Cricket Prints, Original Artwork & Paintings

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England v Australia Test match scorecards 1902-1981. Thirty five official scorecards for Ashes Test matches played in England. The earliest is the scorecard with complete printed scores for the famous 1902 Test played at The Oval, 'Jessops match', which England won by one wicket. Other pre-war Ashes Test scorecards include Lord's 1912, 1926, 1930, 1934, 1938, The Oval 1926, 1930, 1934, 1938, Trent Bridge 1930, 1934, Headingley 1930, 1934 etc. Sold with three wartime scorecards for England v Australia at Lord's, 7th August 1944, 14th & 16th July 1945 and Old Trafford, 20th-22nd August 1945, and three tour matches at Lord's, v Middlesex 1934 & 1948, and v M.C.C. 1938. Printed and/ or handwritten scores. Also two official scorecards from the 1981 series including the famous 'Botham and Willis' Test at Headingley in which Botham scored 50 and 149no, and Willis took 8-43, England winning by 18 runs, and the fourth Test at Edgbaston (England won by 29 runs) with an official tour brochure signed by seven Australians, Hughes, Border, Marsh, Wood, Lawson, Lillee and Chappell. Some faults to the scorecards, overall in good condition. Qty 37
Estimate: £100/150
In the 1902 fifth Test at The Oval, England were set 263 to win, an unlikely target when Gilbert Jessop came to the wicket with the score at 48-5. However Jessop made a century in only 75 minutes and the last pairing of Hirst and Rhodes knocked off the fifteen runs required for the famous victory
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Lot 610
County and tour match scorecards 1936-1979. Black folder comprising approx. one hundred and twenty official scorecards for the period, mainly 1950s and 1960s, covering Test, tour and County matches, with a good number of M.C.C. matches, Kent, Surrey etc. Earlier scorecards include England v The Dominions, Lord's 2nd August 1943. England v The Rest, Lord's 12th-14th June 1946. Tours covered include West Indies 1950, 1963, 1966, India 1952, Australia 1953, 1956, 1961, 1964, 1968, Pakistan 1962, South Africa 1965, New Zealand 1965, India 1967 etc. G
Estimate: £50/70
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Australia v England 1924/25. Rare official scorecard for the first Test played at the Sydney Cricket Ground on the 19th-27th December 1924. The scorecard nicely signed in ink by all seventeen members of the M.C.C. touring party. Signatures include Captain, Gilligan, Hobbs, Sutcliffe, Woolley, Douglas, Chapman, Sandham, Howell, Freeman, Tate, Hendren, Tyldesley, Strudwick etc. Small adhesive marks to verso, minor ageing, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/350
In the first Test, Australia beat England by 193 runs. For Australia, Collins (114) and Ponsford (110) both made centuries in the first innings and Taylor made 108 in the second, Hobbs (115) made a century in the first innings for England and Woolley(123) and Sutcliffe (115) in the second. Tate took 11 wickets in the match and Gregory and Mailey took 7 wickets in the match for Australia
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The Ashes. Australia v England 1924/25. Three rare official scorecards for the first Test at Sydney, and the second and fourth Test matches at Melbourne. The first Test, played at Sydney on the 19th-27th December 1924 with Australia winning by 193 runs (Freeman taking five wickets in the match and scoring 50 not out in the second innings, his highest Test score), the second, at Melbourne on the 1st-8th January 1925 with Australia winning by 81 runs, the fourth, at Melbourne on the 13th-18th February 1925 with England winning by an innings and 29 runs. The scorecard for the first Test is accompanied by a single page typed letter on 'The Cricketer' letterhead from Plum Warner to 'Ben' at Lord's to whom he is sending this scorecard which he suggests the M.C.C. might like to have 'and perhaps think it worthwhile framing and hanging on the walls somewhere in the pavilion'. He wishes 'we had won the third game at Adelaide, but the two teams seemed to be extraordinarily equal in strength, and I am hopeful that we shall win the fourth and fifth games'. Signed 'Plum'. File holes to the letter, some adhesive marks, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Writing on the eve of the fourth Test at Melbourne, England had just lost the third Test at Adelaide by only eleven runs to go 3-0 down in the series. They went on to win by an innings at Melbourne, but lost the final Test, Australia taking the series 4-1
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Durham C.C.C. signed scorecards. 1993-1998. Three official scorecards for tour matches played at Durham, each profusely signed by players who took part and other members of the touring parties. Scorecards are Durham v Australia, 17th-19th July 1993 (Ian Botham's final first-class match). Over twenty signatures including Botham, Larkins, Fowler, Parker, Hughes (Durham), Simpson, Border, Hughes, Reiffel, Slater, Waugh, Healey (Australia) etc. Handwritten scores. Also Durham v South Africa 12th-14th July 1994, over twenty signatures, and Durham v South Africa 14th-16th July 1998, thirty four signatures. VG
Estimate: £30/40
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Warwickshire C.C.C. 1946-1950. Eight official scorecards for tour matches played against Warwickshire at Edgbaston. Scorecards are for matches v India 1946, v South Africa 1947, v Australians 1948 and 1953, v New Zealand 1949 (2 copies), and v West Indies 1950 (2). The majority with printed and/ or handwritten scores. Sold with unofficial souvenir programmes for Warwickshire v Australians, Edgbaston 1948, England v Australia 1948 (with handwritten scores for the Warwickshire tour match), and a souvenir bookmark in the form of a cricket bat for Warwickshire and India 1952. G
Estimate: £30/40
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Kent C.C.C. 1958-1966. A selection of official scorecards for Kent 'home' matches for seasons 1958 (Qty 5), 1959 (2), 1960 (3), 1962 (5), 1963 (3) and 1966 (2). Includes matches played at Canterbury (including v Pakistanis 1962), Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone and Gillingham. Sold with an official scorecard for England v New Zealand, Lord's, 17th-22nd June 1965. The majority with handwritten and printed scores. Horizontal folds, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
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'The Cricketer Magazine' 1922, 1923, 1946 to 1969. A good run of the magazine, the 1922, 1923, 1948 and 1949, each year, bound in boards. The 1922 and 1923 with original wrappers bound in. The remainder are loose individual monthly editions. Near complete, just lacking an odd edition. Duplicate years for 1948 and 1949. Odd faults, otherwise in overall good condition. In three boxes
Estimate: £50/80
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'The Cricketer Magazine' 1921 (first), 1922, 1923, 1927, 1928, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1944, 1945, 1947 to 1965. A good run of the magazine, the 1927, 1928, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1944, 1947 to 1950, 1953, 1956, 1959 and1961 each year, bound in boards, some original bindings. Original wrappers bound in to the 1921 edition. The remainder are loose individual monthly editions. Near complete, just lacking an odd edition. Duplicate years for 1923, 1951 to 1955, 1957, 1958 and 1960. Odd faults, otherwise in overall good condition. Sold with 'Cricket of Today & Yesterday'. Percy Cross Standing. London 1902. Volumes I & II, in original boards. In four boxes
Estimate: £70/100
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Worcestershire C.C.C. Official benefit booklet for Dick Howarth 1949. Good condition. Rarely seen Benefit brochure
Estimate: £30/50
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Worcestershire C.C.C. Official Benefit booklets for Tom Graveney 1969 and Basil D'Oliveira, Benefit 1975 and Testimonial 1990 and two official orders of Service of Thanksgiving for Thomas William Graveney (2015) and Basil Lewis D'Oliveira 2012. The D'Oliveira Benefit book with detached rear wrapper and some wear otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Worcestershire C.C.C. Official Benefit or Testimonial booklets/handbills for Len Coldwell (1968), Bill Powell (Masseur 1968), Norman Gifford Benefit 1974, Glen Turner 1978 (2, different) and Norman Gifford Testimonial 1981 (signed)
Estimate: £30/50
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'M.C.C. in South Africa 1930-1931'. Official souvenir. Golden Jubilee Number. Authorised by the Transvaal Cricket Union. Original yellow wrappers with titles in green print. Very good condition. A rarer pre tour souvenir. Presented in attractive slipcase with gilt titles to spine edge
Estimate: £140/180
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M.C.C. tour of South Africa 1938/39. 'South African Tour 1938-1939'. Official players itinerary for the tour with titles and M.C.C. colours to front cover. To inside page, list of the M.C.C. touring party, match programme, hotels and travelling schedule, two full page map of the venues, postal information and playing conditions. Crease to front cover otherwise in very good condition. Includes a printed facsimile autograph sheet for the tour. Player unknown. A rarely seen official itinerary
Estimate: £120/160
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'Rothmans Rest of the World XI 1968'. Official programme for the five matches played by the Rest of the World XI in 1968. Signed to inside front cover by thirteen members of the Australian touring party for the match played at Lord's, 31st August- 3rd September 1968. Signatures are Lawry, Jarman, Taber, Inverarity, Hawke, Renneberg, Connolly, Sheahan, Chappell, Mallett, Freeman, Redpath and Gleeson. Also fully signed to the fifteen pen pictures of Nawab of Pataudi, Barlow, Bland, Butcher, Chandrasekhar, Hall, Lawry, Lindsay, C. Lloyd, McKenzie, Hanif Mohammed, Nurse, G. Pollock, P. Pollock and Sobers. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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England v India. Official programme for the Texaco Trophy first one day international played at Headingley, 18th July 1990. Signed to the centre pages by sixteen members of the England and India teams. England signatures include Atherton, Small, Malcolm, Lewis, DeFreitas, Gower, Morris etc. India signatures include Azharuddin, Shastri, Wasan, Kumble etc. VG
Estimate: £30/40
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Lot 625
Kippax-Oldfield Testimonial Match' 1949. Official souvenir programme for A.L. Hassett's team v A.R. Morris' team played at Sydney Cricket Ground, 25th February- 1st March 1949. The programme loose mounted to sheet with a signature in ink of Kippax on piece laid down below. Light creasing to the programme, otherwise
Estimate: £30/50
This was Bradman's penultimate first class match
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England v Australia Ashes series 1926-1964. A good selection of official and unofficial tour brochures and booklets. 'Cricket Cartoons', Arthur Mailey, covering the 1924/25 M.C.C. tour to Australia. Original front cover laid down to replacement wrappers, foxing throughout. 'Cricket 1926', illustrated brochure with original decorative paper wrappers, printed and published by Barton & Co., London. 'Souvenir of English Cricketers' Visit to Adelaide', fourth Test, February 1929, compiled by W.R. Wright, printed by R.M. Osborne, Adelaide. 'Autographed Sketches of the 1930 Australian Cricketers Drawn from Life', Laurence East. Original wrappers detached and split. 'In Quest of the Ashes 1934. The Don Bradman Souvenir Booklet and Scoring Records', published 'with the compliments of Wrigley's (A'sia) Limited'. 'The Australians in England 1934', Manchester Guardian. 'Australia's 18th Cricket Tour of England 1934 Souvenir', compiled by A.W. Simpson, published by All Counties' Publicity Co., Nottingham. 'The Australians in England 1938', published by the Manchester Guardian. 'The Listener in Test Cricket Book', Rohan Rivett 1948. Sold with 'Don Bradman's Pictorial Test Record S. Africa- Australia Cricket' 1931/32, complimentary copy from the editor, R.M. Davis. Wrappers detached with old tape repairs. Also an official programme for Duke of Norfolk's XI v Australian Touring Team, Arundel Castle, 28th April 1956 with official scorecard, and three scorecards for England v Australia Tests at The Oval 1953 (two copies) and Old Trafford 1964. Some faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
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Signed benefit and testimonial brochures and programmes. Six benefit and testimonial brochures, each one multi-signed by the beneficiary and other featured players, for Bob Taylor (Derbyshire, 17 signatures) 1973, Jack Birkenshaw (Leicestershire, 4), 1974, Mick Norman (Leicestershire, 26) 1975, Dennis Amiss (Warwickshire, 4) 1975, Basil D'Oliveira (Worcestershire, 3) 1975 and David Steele (Northamptonshire, 12) 1975. Programmes for Lord's finals are for the Benson & Hedges final 1972 (66 signatures) and 1975 (8), and Gillette Cup 1974 (9). Some minor wear otherwise in good condition. Qty 9
Estimate: £30/50
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'A Record of the M.C.C. tour to the West Indies in 1948'. Scarce unofficial post tour brochure published by Shell Leaseholds Distributing Co. Ltd, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. Original decorative wrappers, with reports and scores from tour and Test matches. Not found in Padwick. Vertical fold, wear to wrappers, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
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Australia tour to England 1948. Three brochures produced on the Australian tour of England in 1948. 'The Ashes' Neville Cardus, Sporting Record, 'Sporting Life Cricket Guide', and 'Australia Wins. The Illustrated story of the 1948 Tests'. Listener in Cricket Book. No.2. Generally good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Lot 630
Australia tours to England 1934-1961. Official P&O souvenir tour programme for the England v Australia Tests of 1956. The programme with fixtures, travel details and pen pictures and biography of all members of the Australian team to pages. Very good condition. Sold with official souvenir guides for the Australian tour of England in 1934 compiled by A.W. Simpson, and three Playfair tour guides for the 1953 tour edited by Peter West, and the 1956 and 1961 tours edited by Gordon Ross. Wear to the 1934 brochure, otherwise in good condition. Qty 5
Estimate: £30/50
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'Bodyline'. Official Orient Line 'S.S. Orontes' brochure for the 'M.C.C. Australasian Tour 1932-33'. Pictorial front cover decorated with M.C.C. colours and titles. Team details and player photographs, itinerary, player profile etc. to inside pages. Neat annotations of results in ink to fixture lists. Minor age toning to covers, adhesive damage to rear cover, otherwise in good condition. Scarce. Sold with an official Union Castle Line 'R.M.M.V. Athlone Castle' brochure for the 'M.C.C. South African tour 1938/39'. Pictorial colour front cover. Some wear and soiling to covers otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £70/100
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M.C.C. tour of Australia 1936/37. Official souvenir programme for the M.C.C. tour of Australia 1936/37. Issued by the N.S.W. Cricket Association. Attractive pictorial covers with team detail, itinerary, player profile, pen pictures to inside pages. Odd faults to wrappers otherwise in good condition. Sold with 'The Argus and The Australian Cricket Guide. Test Tour 1936-7' in good condition. Also an official souvenir programme for the M.C.C. tour to Australia 1958/59, New South Wales Cricket Association, and an official brochure for the M.C.C. tour to South Africa 1956/57, published in Durban for the South African Cricket Association. Small old tape repairs to the South Africa brochure, otherwise in good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £30/50
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South Africa tour brochures 1935-1994. Eight tour guides including two rarer 'Book of the Tests' published by the Rand Daily Mail for the South Africa v Australia series of 1966/67 and 1969/70. Others include two official guides for South Africa tours to England compiled by A.W. Simpson for the 1935 tour, Day-by-Day Publishing, and 1947, and two 'Playfair' guides for the 1955 (wrappers detached) and 1960 tours, 'Cricketers from South Africa', 1955 tour to England, Gordon Ross, Playfair Book, London. Also an official brochure for the 1994 Australia tour to South Africa published by the United Cricket Board of South Africa. Odd minor faults to earlier guides, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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New Zealand tour guides. Official souvenir guides for the 1931 New Zealand tour of England published by Angus Thomas Ltd., London (two copies), 1949 compiled by A.W. Simpson, and 1958 edited by Gordon Ross. Also an official guide for the New Zealand tour to South Africa 1953/54 edited by G.A. Chettle, and an official programme for the third Test, New Zealand v West Indies, Wellington, 2rd-7th March 1956. Qty 6. Wear and fading to the wrappers of the 1931 guides, others with some faults
Estimate: £30/40
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Tour brochures, magazines, programmes, booklets 1930s onwards. Box comprising a mixed selection of tour related items. Earlier examples include 'The Indian Team in England, 1946', by 'Gully', Cricket Book Society, 'Cricket Prints Series 2' produced for the Commonwealth tour to India 1949, Published by S.K. Roy, Illustrated News, Calcutta. Official and unofficial guides for India tours to England 1932, 1946, 1952, West Indies to England 1939, 1950, 1957, 1963, 1966, and to Australia 1951/52. New Zealand tour guide 1931, Angus Thomas Ltd., London etc. Qty 37. Odd duplication. Some faults, generally good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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South Africa 1950s-1960s. Three promotional tour guides and fixture cards. 'Springboks vs Australia 1952-53' folding 'Mobiloil' advertising fixture card for the tour, published by Vacuum Oil Company of South Africa. Owner's name to front cover. 'A Shell Guide to the M.C.C. Cricket Tour of Southern Africa 1956-1957' published by Shell. Small tour guide published in English and Afrikaans. '1963-64 South Africa versus Australia Cricket Tour Fixtures' folding advertising fixture card issued by BP etc. G
Estimate: £40/60
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'Mostra Internazionale Del Francobollo Sportivo' 1952. Original postcard advertising an exhibition of sporting postage stamps held in Rome, 19th-30th March 1952. The postcard features an illustration to the front of a cricketer in batting pose. Postmarked 30th March 1952, the closing date of the exhibition. Sold with an original 'Kriegsgefangenenpost' (prisoner of war mail) letter from Sgt. Melville J. Jenkins, dated 24th April 1944. Writing to his mother in Bristol, the British soldier apologises for not having written 'for a month or so', but reports he is fit and well and 'playing plenty of football & cricket', also the difficulty of the situation, efforts to find his brother, difficulties receiving parcels etc. Qty 2. G
Estimate: £30/40
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Cricket tour brochures 1932-1966. A good selection of twenty official souvenir brochures of teams touring England. Tours are Australia to England 1934, 1938, 1948, 1956, 1961, 1964, West Indies 1933, 1939, 1957, 1963, 1966, India 1932, 1946, 1952, South Africa 1935, 1947, 1955, New Zealand 1949, 1958, and Pakistan 1962. Odd minor faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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'Test Tour India'. India tour to England 1971. Unofficial 'pirate' souvenir programme printed by 'Starkey Hammersmith'. The booklet signed in gold and blue ink to the inside back cover 'Autographs' page by eleven members of the Indian touring party. Signatures are Govindraj, Baig, Sardesai, Gavaskar, Solkar, Bedi, Chandrasekhar, Abid Ali, Mankad, Krishnamurthy and Jayantilal. Players' names annotated below each signature. Minor foxing, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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M.C.C. tour to India 1972/73. Original programme for the first match of the M.C.C. tour v Indian Board President's XI, Hyderabad, 5th-7th December 1972. Fully signed to the pen pictures by thirteen of the fourteen featured Indian players. Signatures are Nawab of Pataudi (Captain), Prasanna, Abid Ali, Chohan, Doshi, Gavaskar, Krishnamurthy, Kirmani, Mankad, Amarnath, Parkar, Solkar and Vishwanath. Lacking the signature of Sharma. Slight fading to the odd signature, some wear to the front wrapper, light crease, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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South Africa tour to England 1935. Official souvenir brochure for the South African tour of England in 1935. Compiled by A.W. Simpson. Decorative covers. Signed to pen pictures by fourteen playing members of the touring party. Signatures nicely signed in ink are Wade (captain), Cameron, Mitchell, Siedle, Dalton, Bell, Crisp, Nourse, Vincent, Viljoen, Rowan, Tomlinson, Williams and Langton. Lacking the signatures of Balaskas and the Manager, Snooke. Rusting to staples, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £120/160
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Tour brochures 1947-1973. A selection of seventeen official and 'pirate' tour brochures. Unofficial brochures include 'English Counties v The West Indies 1950', India 1952, South Africa 1953, Australia 1956, 1961, 1964, New Zealand 1965, all published by M. Walker, Sutton. Official brochures include South Africa to England 1947 (Daily Telegraph), England v South Africa 1951, England v Australia 1953 (Day & Mason. Australia to England 1948 'Fight for the Ashes' (Findon). New Zealand to England 1949. M.C.C. Tour of Australia 1970-71, New South Wales Cricket Association etc. Sold with two original Gilbert Jessop bookplates, both framed and glazed, approx. 18"x14". G
Estimate: £20/30
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Cricket in North America 1960s-1970s. A selection of newsletters, programmes, tour brochures and booklets relating to cricket in North America. United States Cricket Association Eastern Zone fixture booklet 1971 (two copies). Hamilton and District Cricket League 1921-1971, official programme for 'Canada- United States International Cricket Championship', Ridley College, St. Catharines, Ontario, 4th-6th September 1971. 'U.S.A. v Canada 1972 Test Cricket' official programme for the match played at Louisville, Kentucky, 2nd-4th September 1972, (some faults to wrappers). 'North America in International Cricket', Rowland Bowen 1960. Limited to 100 copies in the U.K. 50 copies in U.S.A. United States Cricket Association official brochure for the tour to England 1968. Eight official newsletters and journals (one duplicate) of the United States Cricket Association for the period February 1965 to December 1970. G
Estimate: £30/50
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County cricket 1960s/1970s. Large brown album comprising official player and team photographs and first day covers, a good number signed by the featured player(s). Good Sussex interest including a fully signed autograph sheet c.1978, also Lancashire, Somerset, Kent, Gloucestershire, Yorkshire etc. Commemorative covers include Gloucestershire Centenary 1970, three '100 Years of County Cricket' for Hampshire, Somerset and Gloucestershire. G
Estimate: £40/60
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Lot 645
England v Australia 2019. Two official programmes and accompanying complete printed scorecards for the second Ashes Test match played at Lord's, 14th-18th August, and the historic third Test at Headingley, 22nd-26th August in which Ben Stokes scored 139no to lead England to their highest ever run chase in Tests. Sold with thirteen copies of the complete printed scorecard for the 2013 England v Australia Test at Lord's, a complete official scorecard for the inaugural England v Ireland Test match at Lord's 2019, and an official programme for the 2008 one day international series, England v South Africa, with original ticket and scorecard for the match played at The Oval, 29th August. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Midlands Club Cricket Conference' 1948-1987. A good run of the annual for seasons 1948, 1950, 1951, 1953-1957, 1959-1978, 1980, 1981 and 1985-1987. Sold with the 'Sports Argus Cricket Annual' for seasons 1950-1953, 1960-1966 and 1968. Qty 45. Some faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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Cricket World Cup England and Wales 2019. A good selection of official programmes, tickets, scorecards and booklets relating to the 2019 World Cup. Programmes are for the group stage (two copies), semi-final, Australia v England, Edgbaston 11th July (with scorecard), and England v New Zealand, World Cup Final, Lord's 14th July 2019. Also tickets with booklets as issued for England v South Africa, 30th May, v Australia, 25th June, v India, 30th June, Australia v South Africa, 6th July, an official ticket for the first semi-final, (New Zealand v India), Old Trafford, 9th July, three different official match tickets for the second semi-final (Australia v England), Edgbaston, 11th July, the Lord's final (two different), New Zealand v England, Lord's 14th July, some in original card wallet. Also a 'World Cup Cricketers Handbook' produced for tournament volunteers. VG
Estimate: £30/50
With the Final against New Zealand tied, a 'super over' was played, which was also tied. England won on 'most boundaries scored' to secure the World Cup for the first time
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Lot 647
Kumar Sri Ranjitsinhji. A selection of thirteen revenue stamps for the Indian State of Nawanagar in three different styles, all featuring Prince Ranjitsinhji, covering the period 1919 to 1933 the year of Ranji's death. G
Estimate: £40/60

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