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Lot 930:
Lot 930
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1937. Willows hardback reprint (2011) in dark brown hardback covers with gilt lettering. Limited edition 213/500. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 931:
Lot 931 Lot 931
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1938 and 1950. 75th & 87th editions. The 1938 edition bound in brown boards with original wrappers bound in, gilt titles to front board and spine. Good/very good condition. The 1950 edition bound in brown boards lacking original wrappers, gilt titles to spine otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 932:
Lot 932
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1939. Willows hardback reprint (2012) with gilt lettering. Un-numbered limited edition. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 933:
Lot 933
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1940. Willows hardback reprint (2003) with gilt lettering. Limited edition 309/500. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 934:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1948. 85th edition. Bound in green half calf leather, gilt spine dated and numbered 'Vol. 58' with initials 'P.F.W.' in gilt, lacking original wrappers, mottled page edges. Very good condition. Signed to the title page in ink by Warner. Formerly the property and from the collection of Sir Pelham Francis Warner. Middlesex and England 1894-1929
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 935:
Lot 935
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1948. Original hardback. Usual browning to page edges, odd minor faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 936:
Lot 936
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1949, 1951 and 1952. Original hardbacks. The 1948 edition with broken internal hinges, wear and fading to boards and spine and breaking to edges of spine, only fair condition. The 1951 edition with dulling to spine and front board gilt titles, broken rear internal hinges otherwise in generally good condition and the 1952 edition with name and address handwritten in small lettering to inside front board otherwise in good/very good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 937:
Lot 937
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1953. Original hardback. Minor wear to gilt title on spine otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 938:
Lot 938
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1954 and 1955. Original hardbacks. The 1954 edition with dulled gilt titles to front board and spine, the 1955 edition in good condition. Both editions with some soiling and staining to page block edges. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 939:
Lot 939
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1956. Original hardback. Minor wrinkling to spine paper, odd minor faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 940:
Lot 940
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1957. Original hardback. Slight dulling to gilt titles otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 941:
Lot 941
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1958. Original hardback. Slight dulling to gilt titles otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 942:
Lot 942
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1959. Original hardback. Very minor staining to top edge of front board otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 943:
Lot 943
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1960. Original hardback. Signatures of ownership to inside front board otherwise in good/very condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 944:
Lot 944
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1961. Original hardback. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 945:
Lot 945
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1962. Original hardback. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 946:
Lot 946
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1962, 1963 and 1964. Original hardbacks. The 1962 edition with dulling to gilt titles, broken rear internal hinges and ownership signature to inside front board, the 1963 edition with broken front internal hinges and the 1964 edition with dulling to front board gilt titles otherwise all three in good condition, the 1964 edition good/very good
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 947:
Lot 947
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1965. Original hardback with dustwrapper. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 948:
Lot 948
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1966 and 1967. Original hardbacks with dustwrapper. The 1966 edition with soiling and foxing to dustwrapper, soiling and foxing to page block edge otherwise in good condition. The 1967 edition in good/very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 949:
Lot 949
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1968 and 1969. Original hardbacks with dustwrapper. The 1968 edition with soiling and foxing to dustwrapper, soiling and foxing to page block edge otherwise in good condition. The 1969 edition in good/very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 950:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1970. Original hardback with dustwrapper. Presentation handwritten inscription to rear dustwrapper, handwritten note to front dustwrapper otherwise in very good condition. Sold with a softback edition for 1970, some bowing to spine otherwise in good + condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 951:
Lot 951
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1971. Original hardback with dustwrapper. Minor wear and soiling to dustwrapper otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 952:
Lot 952
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1972 to 1975. Original hardbacks with dustwrapper. Minor soiling to dustwrapper and page block edge of odd edition otherwise in generally good/very good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 953:
Lot 953
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1976 to 1990. Original hardbacks with dustwrapper. Odd faults otherwise in good+ condition. Qty 15
Estimate: £60/80
Lot 954:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1991 to 2020. Original hardbacks with dustwrapper. Fading to the spine of the 2003 edition, odd faults otherwise in generally good/very good condition. Qty 30
Estimate: £60/80

Lot 955:
Lot 955
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1880. 17th edition. Original paper wrappers. Very minor wear with nicks to edges of front wrapper, rear wrapper in similar condition but with small tear to wrapper edge resulting in small loss, wear with some loss to spine paper causing slight splitting, slight age toning to wrappers otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £300/400
Lot 956:
Lot 956
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1881. 18th edition. Original paper wrappers. Slight age toning to wrappers, very minor wear with odd nick to edges of wrappers, minor wear with small loss to spine paper otherwise in very good condition. This edition rarely seen in this condition
Estimate: £400/600
Lot 957:
Lot 957
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1882. 19th edition. Original paper wrappers. Slight age toning to wrappers, minor wear with very small loss to spine paper at head and base of spine otherwise in very good condition. This edition rarely seen in this condition
Estimate: £400/600
Lot 958:
Lot 958
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1883. 20th edition. Original paper wrappers. Slight age toning to wrappers, some wear to edge of front wrapper where it meets the spine, minor nicks and small corner loss to rear wrapper, small minor loss to spine paper otherwise in generally very good condition
Estimate: £280/350
Lot 959:
Lot 959
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1886. 23rd edition. Original paper wrappers. Slight age toning to wrappers, some wear with small loss to spine paper, slight breaking to internal hinges and page block otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £250/350
Lot 960:
Lot 960
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1887. 24th edition. Original paper wrappers. Some age toning to wrappers, some wear with loss to spine paper, slight breaking to page block otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 961:
Lot 961
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1888. 25th edition. Original paper wrappers. Some age toning to wrappers, some wear with small loss to spine paper, slight breaking to page block otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 962:
Lot 962
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1889. 26th edition. Original paper wrappers. Some minor wear and age toning to wrappers, almost total loss to spine paper, some breaking to page block otherwise in good+ condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 963:
Lot 963
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1891. 28th edition. Original paper wrappers. Some minor wear and age toning to wrappers, darkening to spine paper, some wear and minor loss to spine paper otherwise in generally good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 964:
Lot 964
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1892. 29th edition. Original paper wrappers. Bound in brown boards with gilt titles to spine. Staining to both front and rear wrappers, minor staining and foxing to odd internal page otherwise in good+ condition. Sold with a rebound edition for 1890 and 1891, two editions bound as one, in poor condition. Neither edition appears complete. Plus opening parts of an 1897 edition. Qty 3
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 965:
Lot 965
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1893. 30th edition. Original paper wrappers. Some minor wear and age toning to wrappers, darkening to spine paper, wear and heavy loss to spine paper otherwise in generally good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 966:
Lot 966
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1894. 31st edition. Original paper wrappers. Some minor wear and age toning to wrappers, darkening to spine paper, wear and loss to spine paper, some breaking to page block otherwise in generally good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 967:
Lot 967
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1896. 33rd edition. Original paper wrappers. Rear wrapper cleanly detached, name of ownership neatly handwritten to top border of front wrapper, complete loss of spine paper, some breaking to spine block, minor corner loss to rear wrapper otherwise in good+ condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 968:
Lot 968
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1896. 33rd edition. Original hardback. Minor tear to page liii/liv otherwise in very good condition, this edition rarely seen in this condition. The rare first issue of the original hardback with titles bright
Estimate: £8000/12000
Lot 969:
Lot 969
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1898. 35th edition. Original paper wrappers. Bound in brown boards with gilt titles to spine. Some age toning to wrappers otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 970:
Lot 970
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1899. 36th edition. Original paper wrappers. Bound in brown boards with gilt titles to spine. Some age toning, wear and odd ink blot to wrappers otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 971:
Lot 971
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1900. 37th edition. Original paper wrappers. Bound in brown boards with gilt titles to spine. Some age toning and minor wear to wrappers otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 972:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1901. 38th edition. Original hardback. Very good condition with gilt titles bright. A rare early hardback edition
Estimate: £1000/1500
Lot 973:
Lot 973
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1902, 1903, 1904 and 1908. 39th, 40th, 41st & 45th editions. The 1902 with original front paper wrappers, lacking rear wrapper, crude plain paper spine attached, lacking photographic plate, lacking rear advertising pages, the 1903 edition lacking original wrappers and appears incomplete and the 1904 edition bound in maroon boards, lacking original wrappers and front and rear advertising pages. The 1908 edition with original wrappers, page block broken and book in two parts, appears to be lacking page 385/386 otherwise in good condition. Bought as seen, viewing essential, not subject to return. Qty 4
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 974:
Lot 974
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1905. 57th edition. Original paper wrappers. Bound in brown boards with gilt titles to spine. Some darkening and age toning to wrappers otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 975:
Lot 975
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1920. 57th edition. Original paper wrappers. Darkening, wear and heavy loss to spine paper, minor wear and loss to wrappers otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 976:
Lot 976
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1932. 69th edition. Original paper wrappers. Some wear and small loss to spine paper, some wear to rear wrapper, odd ink blot to page block edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 977:
Lot 977
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1933. 70th edition. Original hardback. Some general wear and soiling to boards and spine paper, some dulling and fading to gilt titles. Internally in good+ condition
Estimate: £200/300
Lot 978:
Lot 978
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1935. 72nd edition. Original hardback. Some dulling and fading to gilt titles on the spine paper, minor bumping to corners otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Lot 979:
Lot 979
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1938. 75th edition. Original hardback. Tear to head of spine paper, minor wear and odd corner bump to boards, internally good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 980:
Lot 980
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1939. 76th edition. Original hardback. Minor breaking to front internal hinge, slight dulling to gilt titles on spine otherwise in good+ condition
Estimate: £180/250
Lot 981:
Lot 981
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1941. 78th edition. Original hardback. Only 800 hardback copies were printed in this war year. Very minor staining to front board, slight dulling to gilt titles on front board and spine paper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare wartime edition
Estimate: £280/350
Lot 982:
Lot 982
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1942. 79th edition. Original hardback. Only 900 hardback copies were printed in this war year. Minor wear to head and base of spine paper otherwise in very good condition. Rare wartime edition
Estimate: £300/400
Lot 983:
Lot 983
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1944. 81st edition. Original hardback. Only 1500 hardback copies were printed in this war year. Minor dulling to gilt titles on spine, bump to corner of rear board otherwise in very good condition. Rare wartime edition
Estimate: £140/180
Lot 984:
Lot 984
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1945. 82nd edition. Original hardback. Only 1500 hardback copies were printed in this war year. Very minor nick to top edge of first advertising page otherwise in very good condition. Rare wartime edition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 985:
Lot 985
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1946. 83rd edition. Original hardback. Only 5000 hardback copies were printed in this war year. Odd minor fault otherwise in very good condition. Rare wartime edition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 986:
Lot 986
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1947. Original hardback. Broken front and rear internal hinges, usual browning to paper otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 987:
Lot 987
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1949. Original hardback. Some splitting to rear internal hinges, odd minor faults otherwise in generally good/very good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 988:
Lot 988
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1950. Original hardback. Minor wear to head and base of spine paper, slight dulling to gilt titles on the spine otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 989:
Lot 989
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1951. Original hardback. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 990:
Lot 990
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1952 and 1953. Original hardback editions. The 1952 edition with broken internal front hinges and the 1953 edition with wear to front internal hinges. Both editions with very minor foxing to page block edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 991:
Lot 991
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1954 and 1955. Original hardback editions. The 1954 edition with slight wear and dulling to gilt titles on the front board and spine, minor wear to spine paper and the 1955 edition with minor wear to the spine paper. Both editions with very minor foxing to page block edge. Good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 992:
Lot 992
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1956. Original hardback. Odd minor faults otherwise in good condition. Sold with a softback edition for 1957, some soiling and age toning to spine otherwise in good+ condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 993:
Lot 993
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1958 and 1959. Original hardback editions. Some light soiling to page block edge to both editions, odd minor faults otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 994:
Lot 994
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1960 and 1961. Original hardback editions. Some light soiling to page block edge to both editions, minor wear to gilt titles on front boards otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 995:
Lot 995
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1962, 1963 and 1964. The 1962 and 1964 are original hardback editions, the 1963 is a softback edition. The two hardback editions with odd minor faults, the 1963 edition with some bowing to spine and age toning to spine. Some light soiling to page block edge to all three editions otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 996:
Lot 996
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1964. Original hardback. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 997:
Lot 997
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1965, 1966 and 1967. Original hardbacks with dustwrapper. Some soiling, wear and nicks to dustwrapper spines otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 998:
Lot 998
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1968 and 1969. Original hardbacks with dustwrapper. Minor wear and slight age toning to dustwrapper spines otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 999:
Lot 999
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1970. Original hardback with dustwrapper. Very minor age toning to dustwrapper spine otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1000:
Lot 1000
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1971. Original hardback with dustwrapper. Very minor age toning and soiling to dustwrapper spine otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1001:
Lot 1001
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1972, 1973 and 1974. Original hardbacks with dustwrapper. Minor age toning to dustwrapper spines, the 1973 edition with slight soiling to dustwrapper front and nicks to dustwrapper edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1002:
Lot 1002
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1975 to 1990. Original hardbacks with dustwrapper. Faults to odd dustwrapper otherwise in good condition. Sold with a softback edition for 1980 in fair/good condition. Qty 17
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1003:
Lot 1003
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1991 to 2010 and 2013 (150th edition). Original hardbacks with dustwrapper. Faults to odd dustwrapper otherwise in good condition. Qty 21. Plus a few Wisden related publications
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1004:
Lot 1004
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1890. Willows softback second reprint (2007) in light brown hardback covers with gilt lettering. Limited edition 187/250. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1005:
Lot 1005
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1891. Willows softback second reprint (2007) in light brown hardback covers with gilt lettering. Limited edition 219/250. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1006:
Lot 1006
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1908. Willows softback reprint (2000) in light brown hardback covers with gilt lettering. Limited edition 296/500. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1007:
Lot 1007
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1927. Willows softback reprint (2007) in light brown hardback covers with gilt lettering. Limited edition 152/500. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1008:
Lot 1008
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1932. Willows softback reprint (2009) in light brown hardback covers with gilt lettering. Limited edition 113/500. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1009:
Lot 1009
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1942. Willows reprint (1999) in softback covers. Limited edition 667/750. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1010:
Lot 1010
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1943. Willows reprint (2000) in softback covers. Limited edition 745/750. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1011:
Lot 1011
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1943. Willows hardback reprint (2000) with gilt lettering. Limited edition 553/750. VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1012:
Lot 1012
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1944. Willows reprint (2000) in softback covers. Limited edition 648/750. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1013:
Lot 1013
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1944. Willows hardback reprint (2000) with gilt lettering. Limited edition 278/500. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1014:
Lot 1014
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1945. Willows reprint (2000) in softback covers. Limited edition 181/500. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1015:
Lot 1015
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1945. Willows hardback reprint (2000) with gilt lettering. Limited edition 432/500. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1016:
Lot 1016
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1946. Willows hardback reprint (2012) with gilt lettering. Limited edition 110/250. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1017:
Lot 1017
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1864-1878. Fifteen facsimile editions, with pink wrappers, second facsimile edition printed by Lowe & Brydone Ltd, London 1974. Limited edition. Some soiling to the rear wrapper of the 1864 edition otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Lot 1018:
Lot 1018
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1897, 1900, 1904 and 1905. 34th, 37th, 41st & 42nd editions. All four bound in various coloured boards, lacking original paper wrappers, with gilt titles to spine, with the exception of the 1897 edition which has original worn and soiled paper wrappers and the 1904 which has an original rear wrapper, some loss to the front wrapper. Odd pages detached in the 1900 edition otherwise all four in good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1019:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1898 and 1906. 35th & 43rd editions. Both bound in brown boards, original paper wrappers, with gilt titles to spine. The 1898 edition in very good condition, the 1906 with age toning, darkening and wear to wrappers, small loss to corners otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1020:
Lot 1020
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1900, 1938 and 1942. 37th, 75th & 80th editions. Original paper wrappered and cloth covered editions. The 1900 edition lacking front wrapper with detached poor rear wrapper, total loss of spine paper otherwise complete, the 1938 with 'light fading' to covers, breaking to front and rear internal hinges, soiling and age toning to covers, handwritten ink annotation to top of front cover and the 1943 edition with bleached and faded covers otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1021:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1907 and 1908. 44th & 45th editions. Both bound in light and dark brown boards. The 1907 edition bound with original paper wrappers with gilt titles to spine and in good/very good condition, the 1908 edition lacking wrappers but complete and in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1022:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1907 and 1910. 44th & 47th editions. Both bound in dark brown boards, with original wrappers, gilt titles to spine. The 1907 edition with some age toning to wrappers, odd minor faults otherwise in good condition, the 1910 edition with odd minor faults otherwise in good+ condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1023:
Lot 1023
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1910. 47th edition. Original paper wrappers. Minor age toning to spine otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1024:
Lot 1024
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1911. 48th edition. Bound in brown boards, original wrappers, with gilt titles to spine. Small ink marks to edge of front wrapper and ink splash to back wrapper, some soiling to wrappers otherwise in good+ condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1025:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1912 and 1920. 49th & 57th editions. Both bound in light and dark brown boards, with original wrappers, gilt titles to spine. The 1912 edition with 'light' fading to wrappers otherwise in good/very good condition, the 1920 edition with wear and soiling to wrappers, minor loss to print on wrappe otherwise in generally good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1026:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1915. 52nd edition. Original paper wrappers. Some restoration to spine, some wear and loss to spine paper, some wear and soiling to wrappers otherwise in good condition. Sold with a further Wisden Cricketers' Almanack for 1914, 51st edition. Bound in brown boards, original paper wrappers, gilt titles to spine. Old tape marks and foxing to wrappers, internally a little tired otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1027:
Lot 1027
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1917. 54th edition. Original paper wrappers. Some wear to spine paper with small loss, slight splitting to spine paper, odd minor faults otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare war-time edition. Sold with a poor softback 1921 edition with replacement spine, poor wrappers and some damage to front and rear outer pages internally
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1028:
Lot 1028
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1920 and 1928. 57th & 65th editions. Both bound in light brown boards, the 1920 with original front wrapper only, the 1928 with original front and rear wrappers. Some wear and slight soiling to wrappers, the 1920 edition a little tired, the 1928 edition in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1029:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1921 and 1923. 58th and 60th editions. Bound in brown boards, original wrappers, with gilt titles to spine. The 1921 edition with slightly darkened wrappers, nick to rear wrapper, the 1923 edition with slightly soiled wrappers otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1030:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1924 and 1925. 61st and 62nd editions. Bound in brown boards, original wrappers, with gilt titles to spine. The 1924 edition with odd faults, the 1925 edition with some darkening, wear and soiling to wrappers otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1031:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1925 and 1928. 62nd and 65th editions. Bound in green and brown boards, original wrappers, with gilt titles to spine. The 1928 edition lacking front original wrapper. The 1925 edition with tight trimming by the binder, the 1928 edition with some soiling to page block otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1032:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1926 and 1930. 63rd & 67th editions. Both bound in brown boards, with original wrappers, gilt titles to spine. The 1926 edition with some 'light' fading to wrappers otherwise in good condition, the 1930 edition with soiled and darkened wrappers, the book a little 'tired' otherwise in generally good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1033:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1926, 1932 and 1936. 63rd, 69th & 73rd editions. All three bound in brown boards, with original paper wrappers, gilt titles to front board and spine. The 9126 edition with slightly soiled and age toned wrappers and in good condition, barring a brown strip of paper which has been attached to the edge of page 14, the 1932 edition has a slightly tired feeling, otherwise complete and in good condition and the 1936 edition with slightly age toned wrappers, some tight trimming by the binder otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1034:
Lot 1034
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1927 and 1931. 64th & 68th editions. Original paper wrappers. Both with broken spine blocks with wear and loss to spine papers, faded, worn and age toned wrappers. The front wrapper of the 1927 edition detached, internally good. The 1931 edition good internally. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1035:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1930 and 1932. 67th and 69th editions. Bound in brown boards, original wrappers, with gilt titles to spine. The 1930 edition with some soiling to page block edge, the 1932 edition with minor wear to wrappers, small top corner loss to front wrapper, some soiling to page block edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1036:
Lot 1036
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1930. 67th edition. Original paper wrappers. Minor wear and slight soiling to wrappers and spine otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1037:
Lot 1037
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1931. 68th edition. Original paper wrappers. Minor wear otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1038:
Lot 1038
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1934. 71st edition. Original paper wrappers. Minor wear otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1039:
Lot 1039
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1935. 72nd edition. Original paper wrappers. Minor wear, minor soiling, small stain to rear wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1040:
Lot 1040
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1935. 72nd edition. Original paper wrappers. Some breaking to spine block, wear with some loss to spine paper, wrappers a little darkened with some wear, internally in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1041:
Lot 1041
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1938. 75th edition. Original paper wrappers. Minor bowing to spine, some soiling and age toning to wrappers and spine otherwise in generally good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1042:
Lot 1042
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1940 and 1946. 77th and 83rd editions. Original cloth covers. The 1940 edition with vertical crease to front cover, minor bowing to spine, some wear and soiling to covers, the 1946 edition with some wear and soiling to covers, minor wear and bumping to corners otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1043:
Lot 1043
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1946, 1947, 1949, 1951 and 1953. Original paper covers. The 1946 edition with some foxing and wear to covers and spine, the 1947 and 1949 editions with heavy bowing to spine, some breaking to internal hinges and wear to covers and spine and the 1951 and 1953 with odd faults otherwise in good condition. Qty 5
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1044:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1947 to 1950. The 1948 edition an original hardback, the other three original limp cloth covers. Some usual browning to page edges of the 1947 and 1948 editions, darkening, wear and age toning to the covers of the three softback editions, the 1949 edition with some bowing to spine. The 1948 hardback edition with wear to boards, dulling to gilt titles and small split to edge of spine otherwise in good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1045:
Lot 1045
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1947 to 1964. Original cloth covered covers with the exception of the 1955 and 1958 editions which are original hardback editions. Ten of the cloth covered editions have bowing to spine to a greater or lesser extent, breaking to the internal hinges of some editions, wear to most editions. The previous owner was a smoker and each edition has heavy smoke staining to the front cover and to a lesser extent internally in parts. Sold with a an incomplete edition for 1933. Qty 19
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1046:
Lot 1046
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1947, 1948 and 1949. Original cloth covers. The 1947 edition has some minor wrinkling to front cover otherwise in good+ condition, the 1948 edition has wrinkling and some wear to front cover, usual browning to page edges and the 1949 edition has some wear to corner of the rear cover, some wear otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1047:
Lot 1047
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1947, 1951 and 1955. Original cloth covers. The 1947 edition with browning to pages, some soiling and wear to covers and spine paper, some bowing to spine, the 1951 edition with some soiling to page block edge and the 1955 edition with some spotting to spine paper and some soiling to page block edge otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1048:
Lot 1048
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1947. Original limp cloth covers. Some usual browning to page edges, slight age toning to cover otherwise in generally good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1049:
Lot 1049
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1950 ( 2 copies), 1951, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1974 and 1975. Original cloth covers. One of the 1950 editions with soiling to covers, and breaking to front internal hinges, the other 1950 in good condition. Some bowing to spine of some books, some soiling to covers, spines and page block edges otherwise in good condition. Sold with two hardback editions for 1952 and 1960. Faults, only fair condition. Plus 'Index to Wisden 1864-1984'. Compiled by D. Barnard. Qty 12
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1050:
Lot 1050
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1950 to 1954, 1956 and 1959 to 1962. Original cloth covers. A run of ten books in varied condition, the latter five in good condition, the first five in around only fair condition, odd edition with some bowing to spine
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1051:
Lot 1051
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1953, 1954, 1955 and 1957. Original limp cloth covers. Some soiling and age toning to covers and spines, the 1954 and 1957 editions with some bowing to spine, the 1955 edition with some spotting/foxing to front cover otherwise in good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1052:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1958, 1959, 1960 and 1961. Original paper covers. Age toning to spines otherwise in good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1053:
Lot 1053
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1959, 1960, 1961 and 1962. Original limp cloth covers. Some bowing to the spines of all four editions, age toning to the spine papers of all four editions otherwise in good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1054:
Lot 1054
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1962, 1963, 1964 and 1965. Original paper covers. Staining to the covers of the 1963 edition, age toning to spines otherwise in good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1055:
Lot 1055
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1962, 1964 and 1967. Original cloth covers. The first two editions with slight bowing to spine to two editions, slight darkening and age toning to spines and soiling to page block edges otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1056:
Lot 1056
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1966, 1967, 1968 and 1969. Original paper covers. Minor bowing to the spine of the 1968 edition, age toning to spines otherwise in good/very good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £40/50
Lot 1057:
Lot 1057
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1966, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973 and 1974. Original limp cloth covers. The 1966 edition in good/very good condition, slight bowing to the spines of three editions, odd faults otherwise in good condition. Qty 6
Estimate: £30/40
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1967, 1969, 1973, 1977 and 1979. Original cloth covers. Odd minor faults otherwise in good condition. Sold with a large format 2006 edition. Qty 6
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1059:
Lot 1059
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1969 to 1975. Original cloth covered editions. The 1969 and 1970 editions have some spotting to spine papers, lesser to the 1970, some editions with slight bowing to spines otherwise in good condition. Qty 7
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1060:
Lot 1060
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1970 to 1979 complete. The 1974 edition, an original hardback edition, the remainder are original paper covered editions. Fading to the title and date on the spine of the 1972 edition and to a lesser extent the 1976 edition, age toning to some spines and the 1974 dustwrapper, odd minor faults otherwise in generally good/very good condition. Qty 10
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1061:
Lot 1061
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1976 to 1997. Original cloth covered editions with the exception of the 1990 and 1992 editions which are original hardbacks with dustwrapper. Five editions with some spotting to spine paper, some editions with slight bowing to spines otherwise in good condition. Qty 22
Estimate: £50/70
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1981 to 1994, 2000 to 2012. Original paper covers. Minor fading to the title and date to the spine of the 1985 edition, age toning to some spines, some heavy, odd minor faults otherwise in generally good+ condition. Qty 28
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1063:
Lot 1063
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1921. 58th edition. Original hardback. Minor wear to boards and spine paper, slight wrinkling to front board, nick to base of spine paper, minor wear to board corners, slight wear to front internal hinges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/350
Lot 1064:
Lot 1064
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1923. 60th edition. Original hardback. Minor wear to boards and spine paper, slight creasing to spine paper, some minor bumping to board corners, minor staining to pages 190/191 of Part II otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/350
Lot 1065:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1942. 79th edition. Original hardback. Only 900 hardback copies were printed in this war year. Dulling to gilt titles on spine, minor marks to rear board otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare wartime edition
Estimate: £300/400
Lot 1066:
Lot 1066
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1945. 82nd edition. Original hardback. Only 1500 hardback copies were printed in this war year. Dulled gilt titles on the spine paper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare wartime edition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1067:
Lot 1067
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1946. 83rd edition. Original hardback. Only 5000 hardback copies were printed in this war year. Minor wear to gilt titles, very minor crease to back board otherwise in very good condition. Rare wartime edition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1068:
Lot 1068
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1950, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1956 and 1957. Original hardback editions with the exception of the 1955 edition which appears to have been rebound by the publishers. Five of the six editions with some fading to gilt titles, odd edition with minor bumps and wear, nick to head of spine paper of the 1950 edition, the 1952 edition with breaking internal hinges at front and rear, the 1955 edition good, the 1956 and 1957 editions with wrinkling to spine papers otherwise all in good condition. Qty 6
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1069:
Lot 1069
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1953. Original hardback. Some soiling to page block edge otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1070:
Lot 1070
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1954 and 1955. Original hardback editions. Both editions with some dulling to titles on front board and spine. Some wear to the front hinge of the 1954 edition otherwise both in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1071:
Lot 1071
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1955 and 1956. Original hardback. Both editions with some dulling to gilt titles, some wrinkling to the spine paper of the 1956 edition, odd minor faults otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1072:
Lot 1072
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1955 and 1957. Original hardback. The 1955 edition with some wear and light staining to boards, dulling to gilt titles, the 1958 edition with slight dulling to gilt titles on the spine and minor crease otherwise both in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1073:
Lot 1073
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1956 and 1957. Original hardback editions. Both editions with some dulling to titles on front board and spine, both with some wrinkling to spine paper, odd faults otherwise both in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1074:
Lot 1074
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1956. Original hardback. Some soiling to page block edge otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1075:
Lot 1075
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1956. Original hardback. Some wrinkling to spine paper otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1076:
Lot 1076
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1957 and 1961. Original hardback. The 1957 edition has slight wrinkling to spine paper and the 1961 edition with some marks to front board, minor wear to top edge of spine paper otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1077:
Lot 1077
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1958 and 1959. Original hardback editions. Both editions with some dulling to titles on the spine, the 1958 edition with slight crease to lower right hand corner, the 1959 edition in good/very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1078:
Lot 1078
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1958. Original hardback. Odd minor faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1079:
Lot 1079
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1959. Original hardback. Odd very minor faults otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1080:
Lot 1080
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1959. Original hardback. Some soiling to page block edge otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1081:
Lot 1081
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1962 and 1963. Original hardback. The 1962 edition with light crease to spine paper, minor soiling to page block edge otherwise in good/very good condition, the 1963 edition with some marks to front board, slight loss to gilt titles on spine paper, minor soiling to page block edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1082:
Lot 1082
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1963, 1965 and 1966. Original hardbacks. The 1963 edition with dulling to gilt titles, slight wear to spine paper, the 1965 edition with dustwrapper, some age toning to the spine of the dustwrapper and the 1966 edition lacking dustwrapper, boards worn and titles dulled otherwise all three in good condition
Estimate: £40/50
Lot 1083:
Lot 1083
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1964. Original hardback. Small bump to the head of the spine paper otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1084:
Lot 1084
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1965 and 1966. Original hardback editions, lacking dustwrapper. Minor wear to the 1966 edition otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1085:
Lot 1085
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1965 and 1967. Original hardback editions lacking dustwrappers. Qty 2. Good+ condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1086:
Lot 1086
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1967 and 1968. Original hardback editions, lacking dustwrapper. Minor crease to the 1967 edition otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1087:
Lot 1087
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1968, 1969, 1975, 1976 and 1978. Original hardback editions, the latter two lacking dustwrappers. The 1968 edition with protective film stuck over the dustwrapper, book a little grubby, the 1969 edition with age toning to dustwrapper spine, odd nicks to dustwrapper, the 1975 edition with some minor wear and marks to boards, the 1978 edition ex-libris, some age toning to dustwrapper otherwise in good condition. Qty 5.
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1088:
Lot 1088
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1968. Original hardback with dustwrapper. Minor soiling to dustwrapper otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1089:
Lot 1089
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1968. Original hardback with dustwrapper. Very minor marks to back of dustwrapper otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1090:
Lot 1090
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1969, 1970, 1972 and 1974. Original hardback editions with facsimile dustwrappers, lacking original dustwrappers with the exception of the 1972 edition which has both. The 1969 edition has a name and address handwritten to inside front board and soiling to page block otherwise in good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1091:
Lot 1091
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1969. Original hardback with dustwrapper. Minor marks to dustwrapper otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1092:
Lot 1092
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1969. Original hardback with dustwrapper. Some marks to dustwrapper spine and rear, slight age toning to spine of dustwrapper otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1093:
Lot 1093
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1971, 1974, 1977 to 1981. Original hardback editions with dustwrappers, with the exception of the 1971 edition which is lacking dustwrapper. The 1971 edition with some fading and wear to boards, light soiling to spine block edge and first and last pages, the remaining six books in good/very good condition. Qty 7
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1094:
Lot 1094
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1972, 1974, 1975, 1995 to 1999 and 2013. Original hardback editions with dustwrapper. The majority of the editions with age toning to their dustwrapper spines, the 1975 edition with soiling and wear to the dustwrapper, part of an internal section of pages detached otherwise all in good condition. Qty 9
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1095:
Lot 1095
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1972. Original hardback with dustwrapper. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £20/30
Lot 1096:
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1973, 1975, 1977 to 1979, 1981, 1982, 1989, 1991 to 1994, 1998 to 2005, 2007 to 2009, 2012 to 2016. The majority are original hardbacks with dustwrapper, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1993, 1994, 1998, 2015 and 2106 are cloth covered editions. Odd minor faults otherwise in good/very good condition. Qty 28
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1097:
Lot 1097
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1975, 1976 and 1977. Original hardback editions with original dustwrapper. Slight age toning to the dustwrapper spines otherwise in good/ very good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1098:
Lot 1098
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1977 to 1997 and 2001. The editions for 1981, 1982, 1985 to 2001 are original hardback editions, the remainder soft back editions. There is a duplicate softback edition for 1981. Age toning and fading to some spines, the 1977 and 1979 softbacks with some bowing to spines, otherwise in good condition. Qty 24.
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1099:
Lot 1099
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1979, 1980, 1989 to 1993, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001 to 2009, 2013 and 2014. Original hardback editions with dustwrapper. Minor faults to odd dustwrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Qty 21. Sold with ten other Wisden publications
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1100:
Lot 1100
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1979, 1981, 1982, 1987 to 1991, 1994 to 2006 and 2015. Original hardbacks with dustwrapper with the exception of the 1979 edition which is softback. All but the 1979 edition are 'Ex Sefton Library Services' books with stamp to page block and label to inside pages. All in generally good/very good condition. Qty 23
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1101:
Lot 1101
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1998 to 2018. Original hardback editions with dustwrapper. Some light fading to the spine of the dustwrapper of the 2003 edition otherwise in good/ very good condition. Qty 21
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1102:
Lot 1102
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack- Australia. Full set of eight Almanacks for 1998 (1st Edition), 1999, 2000-01, 2001-02 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06 . Original hardbacks with dustwrappers. Good/very good condition. Sold with duplicate copies for 1998 (some fading to the spine of the dustwrapper), 1999, 2000-01 (two, one with fading to the spine of the dustwrapper), 2002-03 and 2005-06. Qty 14
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1979, hardback, 1989, soft back, 1991, hardback lacking dustwrapper, 1992, hardback, 1992, softback, four copies, 1993, softback, three copies, 1994, softback, three copies, 1995, softback, 1998, softback, two copies, 1999, softback, three copies, 1999, hardback, 2000, softback, 2002, softback, three copies, 2002, hardback, three copies, 2004, hardback, five copies, 2005, hardback, two copies, 2007, hardback, two copies, 2009, hardback, four copies and 2014 hardback. A selection with some duplicates of softback and hardback editions, twenty one hardback and twenty softback edition. Sold with a large limited edition for 2006 and three other Wisden publications. Odd faults otherwise in good/very good condition. Good dealers box... Qty 45
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950 and 1951. The 1947, 1948 and 1951 are all original hardback edition, the other two are rebound in brown boards lacking original covers. The 1947 edition signed to the photographic plate by Alec Bedser (Surrey), the 1948 edition unsigned, the 1949 edition signed by Arthur Morris (Australia), the 1950 edition signed by Trevor Bailey (Essex) and Reg Simpson (Nottinghamshire and the 1951 edition signed by Sonny Ramadhin and Everton Weekes (West Indies). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. The books in mixed condition, the 1947 and 1948 in worn condition with faults, wear and damage, only fair, the other three in generally good condition. Qty 5
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955 and 1956. Original hardback. The 1952 edition signed to the photographic plate by Bob Appleyard (Yorkshire), the 1953 edition signed by Fred Trueman (Yorkshire) and Tom Graveney (Worcestershire), the 1954 edition signed by Neil Harvey (Australia), the 1955 edition unsigned and the 1956 edition signed by Doug Insole (Essex) and Frank Tyson (Northamptonshire). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Mixed condition, the first four books in generally good condition, the 1956 edition with soiled and stained boards. Qty 5
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960 and 1961. Original hardback. The 1957 edition signed to the photographic plate by Dennis Brookes(Northamptonshire) and Peter Richardson (Worcestershire), the 1958 edition signed by Mickey Stewart (Surrey), the 1959 edition signed by Arthur Milton (Gloucestershire) and John Reid (New Zealand), the 1960 edition signed by four players, Mike Smith (Warwickshire), Ray Illingworth (Yorkshire), Geoff Pullar (Lancashire) and Donald Carr (Derbyshire) and the 1961 edition signed by Raman Subba Row (Northamptonshire) and Ted Dexter (Sussex). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Mixed condition, the 1959 edition in very good condition, the other four editions with wear, some faults and small damage to spine of one edition. Qty 5
Estimate: £50/70
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1962, 1963 and 1964. Original hardback. The 1962 edition signed to the photographic plate by Alan Davidson and Richie Benaud of Australia, the 1963 edition signed by Phil Sharpe (Yorkshire), Mustaq Mohammad (Pakistan), Fred Titmus and Peter Parfitt (Middlesex) and the 1965 edition signed by four players, Brian Close (Yorkshire), Charlie Griffith, Rohan Kanhai and Garry Sobers of the West Indies. The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Mixed condition, some wear to boards otherwise in generally good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £50/80
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1965, 1966 and 1967. Original hardbacks with replacement dustwrappers. The 1965 edition signed to the photographic plate by Bob Simpson of Australia and Fred Trueman (Yorkshire), the 1966 edition signed by Colin Bland (South Africa) and John Edrich (Surrey) and the 1967 edition signed by Bob Barber (Warwickshire) and John Murray (Middlesex). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1968, 1969 and 1970. Original hardbacks with replacement dustwrappers. The 1968 edition signed to the photographic plate by Jim Parks (Surrey), Ken Higgs (Lancashire and Asif Iqbal (Kent & Pakistan), the 1969 edition signed by Barry Richards (Hampshire), Ossie Wheatley (Glamorgan), David Green (Gloucestershire) and Derek Underwood (Kent) and the 1970 edition signed by Mike Procter (Gloucestershire) and Don Shepherd (Glamorgan). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1971, 1972 and 1973. Original hardbacks with replacement dustwrappers. The 1971 edition signed to the photographic plate by Glen Turner (Worcestershire), Roy Virgin (Somerset), Jack Bond and Clive Lloyd (both, Lancashire), the 1972 edition signed by Zaheer Abbas (Pakistan), Brian Taylor (Essex), Geoff Arnold (Surrey) and Lance Gibbs (Warwickshire & West Indies) and the 1973 edition signed by Jon Snow (Sussex) and Denis Lillee (Australia). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. The 1971 edition is ex-libris, with stamps and labels to inside, protective film to original dustwrapper, all the photographic plates are cleanly detached from this book, otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1974, 1975 and 1976. Original hardbacks with replacement dustwrappers, the 1974 edition has original and replacement dustwrappers. The 1971 edition signed to the photographic plate by Peter Sainsbury (Hampshire) and Keith Fletcher (Essex), the 1973 edition signed by Norman Gifford (Worcestershire), Mike Denness (Kent) and Dennis Amiss (Warwickshire) and the 1976 edition signed by Ian Chappell (Australia), Peter Lee (Lancashire), Bob Woolmer (Kent and David Steel (Northamptonshire). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Some faults to the boards of the 1976 edition otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1977. Original hardback with replacement dustwrapper. Signed by all five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, I.V.A. Richards, G. Greenidge, M.A. Holding (all West Indies), J.M. Brearley (Middlesex) and R.W. Taylor (Derbys). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition
Estimate: £25/35
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1978. Original hardback with original and replacement dustwrapper. Signed in ink by four of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, I.T. Botham (Somerset), R.G.D. Willis (Warwicks), A. Jones (Glamorgan) and M. Hendrick (Derbys). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition
Estimate: £20/30
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1979. Original hardback with original and replacement dustwrapper. Signed in ink by all five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, D.I. Gower (Leics), J.N. Shepherd (West Indies), C. Old (Yorkshire), C.T. Radley (Middlesex) and J.K. Lever (Essex). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition
Estimate: £25/35
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1980. Original hardback with original and replacement dustwrapper. Signed in ink by all five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, D.W. Randall (Notts), J. Garner (West Indies), G.A. Gooch (Essex), B.C. Rose (Somerset) and G.M. Gavaskar (India). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition
Estimate: £25/35
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1981, 1982 and 1983. Original hardbacks with replacement dustwrappers, the 1982 and 1983 editions also with original dustwrapper. The 1981 edition signed to the photographic plate by Vincent Van Der Bijl (Middlesex) and Allen Lamb (Northamptonshire), the 1982 edition signed by Rodney Marsh (Australia) and the 1983 edition signed by Trevor Jesty (Hampshire), Kapil Dev (India and Northamptonshire), Alvin Kallicharran (West Indies & Warwickshire) and Imran Kahn (Sussex & Pakistan). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. The 1981 edition has some damp staining and in only fair condition otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1984, 1985 and 1986. Original hardbacks with replacement dustwrappers, the 1986 edition also with original dustwrapper. The 1984 edition signed to the photographic plate by Mike Gatting and John Emburey (Middlesex) and Jeremy Coney (New Zealand), the 1985 edition signed by Geoff Humpage (Warwickshire), Jack Simmons (Lancashire) and Sidath Wettimuny (Sri Lanka) and the 1986 edition signed by Richard Ellison (Kent), Neal Radford (Worcestershire) and Tim Robinson (Nottinghamshire). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1987. Original hardback with original and replacement dustwrapper. Signed in ink by all five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, G.A. Hick (Worcs), J. Childs (Essex), D.B. Vengsarkar (India), C.A. Walsh (West Indies) and J.J. Whitaker (Leics). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition
Estimate: £25/35
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Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 1988, 1989 and 1990. Original hardbacks with original and replacement dustwrappers. The 1988 edition signed to the photographic plate by Jonathan Agnew (Leicestershire), Neil Foster (Essex) and David Hughes (Lancashire), the 1989 edition signed by Kim Barnett (Derbyshire), Phil Neale (Worcestershire) and Franklyn Stephenson (Nottinghamshire & West Indies) and the 1990 edition signed by Jimmy Cook (Somerset), Robin Smith (Hampshire) and Jack Russell (Gloucestershire). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1991 and 1992. Original hardbacks with original and replacement dustwrapper. Signed in ink by four of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, A.R. Butcher (Glamorgan), D. Haynes (West Indies), M.A. Atherton (Lancs) and M. Azharuddin (India). The 1992 edition signed by four of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, A.A. Donald (Warwicks), R.B. Richardson (West Indies), Waqar Younis (Pakistan) and P. De Freitas (Leics) The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1993 and 1994. Original hardbacks with original and replacement dustwrapper. Signed in ink by four of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, A.J. Stewart (Surrey), I. Salisbury (Sussex), M. Moxon (Yorkshire) and Nigel Briers (Leicestershire). The 1994 edition signed by three of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, D. Boon, S. Warne (both Australia) and S. Watkin (Glamorgan). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1995 and 1996. Original hardbacks with original dustwrappers. Each edition signed in ink by all five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate. The 1995 edition signed by D. Malcolm (Derbyshire), T. Munton (Warwickshire), Brian Lara (West Indies), Keppler Wessells (South Africa) and S. Rhodes (Worcs). The 1996 edition signed by A. De Silva (Sri Lanka), D. Cork (Derbys), A. Kumble (India), D. Reeve (Warwickshire) and Angus Fraser (Middlesex). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1997 and 1998. Original hardbacks with original dustwrappers. The 1997 edition signed in ink by four of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Mustaq Ahmed (Pakistan), P. Simmons (West Indies), Sachin Tendulkar and S. Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka). The 1998 edition signed by all five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, G. McGrath, Matthew Elliott and S. Law (both Australia), Matthew Maynard (Glamorgan) and Graham Thorpe (Surrey). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Some wear to dustwrappers, good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1999 and 2001. Original hardbacks with original dustwrappers. The 1999 edition signed in ink by four of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Arjuna Ranatunga (Sri Lanka), Muttiah Muralitharan (Sri Lanka), D. Gough (Yorkshire) and I. Austin (Lancs). The 2001 edition signed by all five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, M. Alleyne (Gloucs), J. Langer, D. Lehmann (both Australia), A. Caddick (Somerset) and M. Bicknell (Surrey). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Some wear to dustwrappers, good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2000. Original hardback with original dustwrapper. Signed in ink by all five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Chris Cairns (New Zealand), Rahul Dravid (India), Lance Klusener (South Africa), Saqlain Mustaq (Pakistan) and Tom Moody (Australia). In addition the book has been signed by the three living 'Cricketers of the Century', Garry Sobers, Shane Warne and Vivian Richards The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Some wear to dustwrappers, good condition
Estimate: £50/80
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2002 and 2003. Original hardbacks with original dustwrappers. Both editions signed by all five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate. The 2002 edition signed by Adam Gilchrist, Jason Gillespie Damien Martyn (Australia), V.V.S. Laxman (India) and Andy Flower (Zimbabwe). The 2003 edition signed by Michael Vaughan (Yorkshire) Matthew Hayden (Australia), Adam Hollioake (Surrey), Nasser Husain (Essex) and Shaun Pollock (South Africa). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Some wear to dustwrappers, good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2004 and 2005. Original hardbacks with original dustwrappers. The 2004 edition signed in ink by four of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Andrew Flintoff (Lancashire), Ian Harvey (Gloucestershire), Graeme Smith (South Africa and Chris Adams (Sussex). The 2005 edition signed by all five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Ashley Giles (Warwickshire), Steve Harmison (Durham), Robert Key (Kent), Andrew Strauss (Middlesex) and Marcus Trescothick (Somerset) The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Some wear to dustwrappers, good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2006, 2007 and 2008. Original hardbacks with original dustwrappers. The 2006 edition signed in ink by three of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Matthew Hoggard (Yorkshire), Simon Jones (Glamorgan) and Kevin Pietersen (Hampshire). The 2007 edition signed by three of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Paul Collingwood (Durham), Monty Panesar (Northamptonshire) and Mark Ramprakash (Middlesex) and the 2008 edition signed by four of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Shivnarine Chanderpaul (West Indies), Ottis Gibson (Durham), Ryan Sidebottom (Nottinghamshire) and Ian Bell (Warwickshire). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Some wear to dustwrappers, good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2009, 2010 and 2011. Original hardbacks with original dustwrappers. The 2009 edition signed in ink by three of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Neil McKenzie, Dale Benkenstein (South Africa) and James Anderson (Lancashire), the 2010 edition signed by two of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Graham Onions (Durham) and Matt Prior (Sussex) and the 2011 edition signed by three of the four 'Cricketers of the Year' (only time there has been four, one dropped due to corruption allegations) to their photograph plate, Eoin Morgan (Middlesex), Jonathan Trott (Warwickshire and Chris Read (Nottinghamshire). The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Some wear to dustwrappers, good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. Original hardbacks with original dustwrappers. The 2012 edition signed in ink by two of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Glen Chapple (Lancashire) and Alan Richardson (Worcestershire), the 2013 edition signed by one of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Nick Compton (Middlesex), the 2014 edition signed by two of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Joe Root (Yorkshire) and Chris Rogers (Australia), the 2015 edition signed by two of the five 'Cricketers of the Year' to their photograph plate, Jeetan Patel (Warwickshire) and Moeen Ali (Worcestershire) and the 2016 edition unsigned. The signatures collected by the vendor in person in the 2000's at various county and Test match grounds through that time. A note has been placed in each edition stating where and when the signature was obtained. Some wear to dustwrappers, good condition
Estimate: £25/35
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'Cricket's Collectors'. David Frith. The Cricket Memorabilia Society. Surrey 2012. Limited edition 125/150 copies produced, signed by The President of the Cricket Memorabilia Society, Tom Graveney and by Vice President, David Frith. Sold with a limited edition, Cricket Memorabilia Society 21st Anniversary 1987-2008 first day cover signed by Bill Frindall, Tom Graveney, Roy Tattersall and Ken Taylor plus C.M.S. Chairman Keith Hayhurst. Limited edition 49/121. VG
Estimate: £80/120
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'Sussex Victorious 50th Anniversary of the Gillette Cup - 1963'. Edited by Roger Packham and Nicholas Sharp. Sussex Cricket Museum and Education Trust, Hove 2013. Limited edition no. 138/150. Signed by seven of the contributors, Ian Thomson, Ted Dexter, Alan Oakham, Tony Buss, Jim Parks, John Snow and Roger Packham. VG
Estimate: £30/40
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Sussex histories. 'Sussex Martlets C.C. 1905-2016. A Miscellany', Peter Hartland 2017. Limited edition no. 58/100, signed by John Barclay. 'Summers By The Sea. The Centenary History of the Sussex Martlets Cricket Club 1905-2005', David Gibbs 2005. 'Good Old Sussex by the Sea', Nicholas Sharp 2008. Sold with three limited edition biographical booklets of Sussex players, each signed by the featured player(s). Subjects are Rupert Webb (signed by his wife, Barbara), no. 35/100. Luke Wells no. 11/50, and Phil Salt & Tom Haines, no. 43/100. Qty 6. VG
Estimate: £30/40
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'The Year of the Magical Martlets'. Nicholas Sharp. Privately published 2007. Hardback in green cloth with slipcase. Limited edition no. 19/25, signed by the author. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'Good Old Sussex By The Sea'. Nicholas Sharp. Privately published 2008. Hardback in green cloth with slipcase. Limited edition no. 18/25, signed by the author. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'The Ross Gregory Story'. D. Frith. Melbourne 2003. Deluxe limited edition of only 50 numbered copies produced in black quarter leather, marbled end-papers and top edge gilt. This copy unnumbered. Signed by Frith. Excellent condition
Estimate: £40/60
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'A History of Derbyshire County Cricket Club 1870-1970'. John Shawcroft. First edition, Derby 1970. Green leather with gilt titles to front and spine. Limited edition no. 226/250. Minor rubbing and bumping to board extremities, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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'The Essential Denison'. A boxed set of facsimile editions of the six volumes of Denison's Cricketers' Companions 1843-1847 and his sketches of the players, together with hardback book 'The Essential Denison' by David Rayvern Allen. Christopher Saunders, Newnham on Severn 2008. Limited edition number 108 of 212 copies produced, signed by Mike Brearley, President of the MCC. Each set is housed in a quarter leather book box with slipcase. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
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'Wisden Anthology 1864-1900'. Edited by Benny Green 1970. Bound in red leather, gilt to front and spine with raised bands to spine, marbled endpapers and gilt to page edges. Signed by Green. G/VG
Estimate: £25/35
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'A Who's Who of Lancashire County Cricket Club 1865-1990'. Robert Brook and David Goodyear. Breedon Books, Derby 1991. Limited edition of 350 copies, this being number 29. Signed to the title page by eleven Lancashire captains. Signatures are Lister, Cranston, Washbrook, Blackledge, Grieves, Statham, Bond, D. Lloyd, C. Lloyd, Abrahams and Hughes. Includes original correspondence from the Club accompanying the book. Good dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Nottinghamshire cricket histories. Three titles by Peter Wynne-Thomas. 'Trent Bridge. A History of the Ground to Commemorate the 150th Anniversary (1838-1988)'. Limited edition no. 85/600, signed by the author. Green leather, gilt to page edges, in slip case. 'Nottinghamshire Cricketers 1919-1939' published by the Club 1980. Green leather, gilt emblems and title to front and spine. 'Nottinghamshire. Cricket's Double Champions 1987', London 1988. Hardback with good dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Summer's Crown. The Surrey Edition'. Stephen Chalke, Newnham 2015. Limited edition of thirty six books, this being number 28, signed by Chalke and Micky Stewart, bound in brown boards with titles in gilt, in slip case. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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'At Last! The Quest for the Shield 1926-1995'. Queensland 1995. Published to commemorate Queensland winning the Sheffield Shield in 1994/5 for the first time. Leather bound limited edition number 392/664. Signed to the limitation page by twelve Queensland players and the coach, John Buchanan. Players' signatures include Allan Border, Carl Rackemann, Andy Bichel, Matthew Hayden, Stuart Law, Michael Kasprowicz etc. Small scrape to front cover, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Signed limited editions. 'Cricket's Greatest Comeback. Warwickshire v Hampshire 1922', Neil Jenkinson, Ewell 1998. Limited edition no. 193/200, signed by the author and John Woodcock. 'Ken Farnes. Diary of an Essex Master', David Thurlow, Manchester 2000. Limited edition no. 34/54, signed by the author. 'Bobby Abel. Professional Batsman', David Kynaston, New Malden 2007. No. 65/150, signed by Kynaston. Qty 3. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'The Archie Jackson Story. A Biography'. D. Frith. Ashurst 1974. Limited edition of 1000 copies, this being number 97, signed by the author. G/VG
Estimate: £30/40
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'Sir Aubrey. A Biography of C. Aubrey Smith. England Cricketer, West End Actor and Hollywood Filmstar'. David Rayvern Allen. J.W. McKenzie, Ewell, 2005. Limited edition number 92 of 150 copies produced, signed by Honor Cobb, daughter of Sir Aubrey Smith and the author. Excellent dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Maco. The Malcolm Marshall Story'. Pat Symes. Manchester 2000. Limited edition number 59 of 100 copies published. Signed by Symes. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Gooch's Golden Summer'. Bill Frindall 1991. Quarter leather. Limited edition of 333 copies published, this being a 'Review Copy'. Signed by Gooch, Findall and Trevor Bailey who wrote the appreciation. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'A Tale of Two Captains'. Bill Frindall. Boundary Books, Cheshire, 1992. Red quarter leather, gilt to top page edges. Limited edition of 350 copies of which this is number 52. Signed to title page by Frindall, Graham Gooch, Ted Dexter and Viv Richards. VG
Estimate: £50/70
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'With the Bookplate of A.E. Winder'. David Rayvern Allen. J.W. McKenzie, Ewell 2008. Limited edition no. 106/175. Signed to limitation page by the author. Good dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Champions.... about bloomin' time'. Graham Hardcastle & Chris Ostick. Nantwich 2011. Unnumbered limited de-luxe edition with titles in gilt and slipcase. Signed by the Lancashire playing staff and management who won the County Championship in 2011, signed by the Chief Executive and Chairman, the two authors and eleven further Lancashire legends. Signatures include Tattersall, Bond, Simmons, D. Lloyd, Fairbrother, J. Anderson, G. Chapple, Sajid Mahmood etc. The book comes with an original menu from the 2011 Championship winning Dinner and a facsimile menu from the 1934 Championship winning Dinner. VG
Estimate: £50/80
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'Hobbsy. A Life in Cricket'. Rob Kelly. Brighton 2018. Limited edition no. 37/44 produced to celebrate the 44 minute century of Robin Hobbs against the Australians in 1975. Signed by Hobbs and by Graham Gooch who wrote the foreword. VG
Estimate: £30/40
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'Boulder Rolling'. Tom Smith. Nantwich 2016. Limited edition no. 27/30. Signed by seventeen members of the 2015 Lancashire team including Croft, Reece, Chapple, Brown, Smith, Anderson, Kerrigan, Jarvis, Hameed etc. VG
Estimate: £25/35
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'The 300 Club'. Lynn McConnell. Dunedin, New Zealand 2003. Limited edition no. 23/385 of which 360 were for sale. Signed in ink by McConnell, Glenn Turner and Ken Rutherford. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'150 Years of Lancashire Cricket 1864-2014'. P. Edwards, G. Hardcastle, A. Serle and Rev. Malcolm Lorimer. Nantwich 2014. Blue leather bound limited edition of 150 copies, this being number 142, signed by all four authors and to opposite page by fourteen Lancashire players including Chapple, Hughes, Bond, Pullar, Fairbrother, Shuttle worth, Hegg, D. Lloyd, Simmons, Engineer, C. Lloyd etc. In official slip case. Sold with '150 Lancashire Greats' limited edition set of cards produced to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of Lancashire C.C.C. 142/500. VG
Estimate: £60/90
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'Adelaide Oval Test Cricket 1884-1984'. Centenary of Test Cricket at the Adelaide Oval 1884-1984. B. Whimpress & N. Hart. Adelaide 1984. De-luxe limited edition no. 230 of 299 numbered copies produced. Sold with a standard hardback edition signed by Chris Harte who co-wrote the book but is uncredited, with an accompanying handwritten letter from Harte. Excellent dustwrapper. Qty 2. VG
Estimate: £60/90
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'A Legend Dies. The Story of a Tree with a Cricketing History'. David Robertson 2006. Limited leather bound edition no. 107/200. Signed by the author and Derek Underwood. VG
Estimate: £30/40
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'Summer of '65'. David Green. Quorn 2015. Leather bound limited edition no. 38/50, signed by the author and by four Lancashire cricketers, Ken Shuttle worth, Alan Beddow, David Lloyd and Duncan Worsley. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'For Essex & England. Graham Gooch's Century of Centuries'. Graham Gooch & Michael Down 1993. Quarter leather. Limited edition no. 105/333. Signed to limited edition page by Gooch. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'The Immortals'. The Book of New Zealand Test Players'. Paul Verdon. Auckland 2006. Limited edition number 413 of 665 copies, signed by the author and by 'every living former and present Test player able to complete the exercise'. Over one hundred and seventy signatures to dedicated decade pages, and a further four loose sheets of signatures of players from 2007 onwards. Signatures include W. Hadlee, Kerr, Tindall, Rabone, Reid, Snedden, Alabaster, Blair, Dempster, MacGibbon, Meale, Cameron, Congdon, D. Hadlee, Howarth, Pollard, G. Turner, Vivian, L. Cairns, Chatfield, Edgar, R. Hadlee, Parker, J. Wright, C. Cairns, Greatbatch, M. Crowe, Morrison, Rutherford, Astle, Fleming, Larsen, Nash, Parore, Spearman, Vettori, Oram etc. In slip case. VG
Estimate: £120/160
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'Farewell to Cricket'. Don Bradman. Theodore Brun Ltd. London 1950. Limited de luxe edition of 500 copies, produced in green morocco binding with gilt, this being number 264. Gilt to top edge. Very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £100/150
Five hundred copies of the book were printed and the first 150 copies were autographed and were available to members of The Collectors Book Club only
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'The Australians in England 1902'. J.W. McKenzie 1993. Comprising facsimile reprints of 'The Eleventh Australian Tour 1902. Particulars of the Team' and 'The Kangaroo in England. A Review of the Tour of the Eleventh Australian XI 1902'. Limited edition no. 175/250. Signed to the limitation page by Don Bradman who wrote the foreword. VG
Estimate: £50/80
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'150 Years of Middlesex County Cricket Club 1864-2014'. Limited edition hardback no. 36/150. Signed to limitation page by Clive Radley, Mike Gatting, Mike Brearley and Andrew Strauss. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'A Bibliography of Cricket'. E.W. Padwick. London 1977. First Edition with good dustwrapper. Only 750 copies were printed. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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'A Bibliography of Cricket'. E.W. Padwick. Second edition, London 1984. Sold with 'Padwick's Bibliography of Cricket Vol II', compiled by Stephen Ely and Peter Griffiths, London 1991, and 'Post Padwick: The Gibbs Extension of Padwick's Bibliography: 1990-2006', compiled by Stephen W Gibbs 2008, limited edition no. 82/120 signed by Gibbs. Qty 3. VG
Estimate: £50/70
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'Sir Home Gordon, Bart- An Affectionate Retrospect'. Irving Rosenwater. Printed for private circulation, Newnham 2000. Limited edition number 31 of sixty numbered copies produced and signed by the author of which 11-60 were for sale. Excellent condition
Estimate: £30/50
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'Alletson's Innings'. John Arlott. First edition London 1957. Original green cloth, limited edition of 200 produced, this one stamped 'out of series' and unsigned. Some 'light' fading to boards, otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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'The 2nd Australian XI's Tour of Australia, Britain and New Zealand in 1880/81 with Appendices'. Alfred James. Privately published in red boards with gilt titles to spine. Limited edition no. 64/100. Signed in ink to the limited page by the author. VG
Estimate: £50/70
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'A Bibliography of Cricket'. E.W. Padwick. London 1977. First Edition with good dustwrapper. Only 750 copies were printed. Ex Libris Library Association. G/VG
Estimate: £20/30
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The Young Cricketer's Tutor 1833. Introduction by Neville Cardus. Dropmore Press. London 1948. Good dust wrapper. Limited edition 272/750. In slip case. Very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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'The Lancaster Cricket Club 1841-1909'. J.J. Gilchrist. Lancaster 1910. Original green cloth with nice bright gilt title to spine. Limited edition no. 59/250. Very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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'Annals of Cricket. A Record of the game compiled from authentic scores, and my own experiences during the last twenty-three years'. W.W. Read. London 1896. Original green cloth boards with vellum spine, gilt to top edges. This is an unsigned copy of the limited de luxe edition, limited to 250 copies, this being number 35. Light wear to covers and soiling to spine, internally in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Many copies of the limited edition were not signed by Read. Walter William Read played eighteen matches for England and was considered one of the best batsmen of the 1880s
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'Sam Cook'. Alan Gibson. Privately published 1992. Limited edition no. 8/50. Bound in original brown cloth and signed to the title page by both Cook and the author. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'Sir Colin Cowdrey'. Richard Walsh. Somerset 1995. Limited edition no. 13/50. Signed to title page by Cowdrey. Slight staining to covers
Estimate: £40/60
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'Imperial Cricket'. P.F. Warner. London 1912. Original full red morocco, gilts to front cover and spine. All pages edges gilt. Limited subscribers edition of 900 copies, this being number 339. Padwick 83. Small tear to frontispiece interleaf, otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
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'A Handful of Confetti'. David Green. Quorn 2013. Limited edition number 63 of seventy five books produced, signed by the author and David Lloyd. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'150 Years of Lancashire Cricket 1864-2014'. P. Edwards, G. Hardcastle, A. Searle and Rev Malcolm Lorimer. Nantwich 2014. Blue leather bound limited edition of 150 copies, this being number 120, signed by all four authors and to opposite page by fourteen Lancashire players including Chapple, Hughes, Bond, Pullar, Fairbrother, Shuttle worth, D. Lloyd, Simmons, Engineer, C. Lloyd etc. In official slip case. VG
Estimate: £50/70
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'Innings Complete'. Philip Paine. Volumes 1-17, each limited edition of either 300 or 250 copies, all signed by the author. 1999-2011. Sold with 'The Montpelier Cricket Club' by Philip Paine 2010. Limited edition no. 31/250 signed by Paine, and 'A Guide to the Memorials of Cricketers' compiled by Michael Ronayne, published by the Association of Cricket Statisticians, Cardiff 2017. Qty 19. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'James Lillywhite's Cricketers' Annual'. Six facsimile reprint editions, issued by 'Cricket Lore', of the 1883, 1884, and 1894-1897 editions. Believed to have been published each as a limited edition of 100 copies. Some fading to spines, otherwise in good condition. Also John Lillywhite's Cricketers' Companion for 1865' facsimile edition published by Roger Heavens 2007. Bound in green cloth, limited edition no. 61/100. Sold with 'Old English Cricket. Six Pamphlets by H.P-T'., facsimile reprint by Willows 1995 bound in green cloth with dustwrapper. Qty 8. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Cricket Lore publications. Three limited edition hardback titles with very good dustwrappers, each signed by the author. Titles are 'At the Crease with Gary[sic] Sobers', Keith A.P. Sandiford 2001, additionally signed by Sobers, limited edition no. 91/160. 'James Aylward: The Untold Story', Roy Clarke 2001, no. 47/167. 'Triple Glory', Michael Baws 2002, no. 58/130. VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1181:
Lot 1181
'First Class Cricket In Australia'. Volume 1, 1850/51 to 1941/42 & Volume 2, 1945/46 to 1976/77. Both compiled by Ray Webster and edited by Allan Miller, 1991 & 1997. Two limited edition volumes in matching green boards with gilt. Volume 1, limited edition no. 79/1500 with accompanying signed letter from Webster, and Volume 2 no. 79/1000. Volume One signed by both the compiler and Editor and Volume Two signed by the compiler. Sold with 'Test Cricket In Australia 1877-2002'. Compiled by Charles Davis. Victoria 2002. Limited edition of 334 signed and numbered copies of which this is number 122. Dustwrapper. Qty 3. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'Long Innings. The Autobiography of Sir Pelham Warner'. P.F. Warner. London 1951. Original blue cloth, gilt title to spine. Limited edition no. 108/250, signed to the limitation page by Warner. Some fading to the spine, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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Lot 1183
'Horan's Diary. The Australian Touring Team 1877-1879'. Edited by Frank Tyson. Nottingham 2001. Limited edition 41 of 330 copies produced, signed by the Editor. D/W. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Lot 1184
Johnny Briggs. Three limited edition biographies of Briggs. 'Johnny Briggs. Ashes century, Ashes hat-trick', K. Martin Tebay, no. 59/200, signed by Tebay. 'The Life of John Briggs. Anecdotes, Recollections, Astounding Feats with Bat and Ball', facsimile reprint, Bolton 2000, no. 17/200, signed by Gerry Wolstenholme. 'Johnny Remembered', Malcolm Lorimer, limited edition no. 147/225, signed by Lorimer. Sold with 'Archie Remembered. A Celebration of Archie MacLaren's 424', Malcolm Lorimer, limited edition no. 248/424. Qty 4. G/VG
Estimate: £25/35
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Lot 1185
'First Cricket In...'. Martin Wilson 2009, limited edition no 26/150 copies signed by Wilson. Sold with 'An Index to Waghorn. An index to Cricket Scores 1730-1773 and The Dawn of Cricket together with corrections and notes to both volumes'. M. Wilson. London 2005. Excellent condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/40
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'Sir Vivian' Vivian Richards. London 2000. Quarter leather bound limited edition copy, signed by Richards. Limited edition no. 13/121. VG
Estimate: £70/100
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Lot 1187
'Bill Edrich. A Biography'. Alan Hill. London 1994. Foreword by Denis Compton. Limited edition bound in full leather, gilt to top edge, in slip case. Limited edition of 150 copies, signed by the author and Compton, this being number 72. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Lot 1188
'In the Eye of the Typhoon'. Frank Tyson. Red Rose Books 2004. Deluxe limited edition of fifty copies signed by Tyson, this being number 34. Blue quarter leather in slip case. VG
Estimate: £50/80
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Lot 1189
Bernard Whimpress. Two signed limited edition booklets by Whimpress published in Australia. 'The First Sheffield Shield Game. South Australia v New South Wales, Adelaide Oval, 16-21 December 1892' 2000, limited edition no. 36/100. 'Lord Hawke's XI at Unley', 2003, no. 81/100. Also 'W.G. Down Under. Grace in Australia 1873-74 and 1891-92'. Rick Smith and Ron Williams, Tasmania 1994. Limited edition no. 256/300, signed by the authors. Qty 3. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Lot 1190
Ronald Cardwell. Two titles by Cardwell. 'The M.C.C. Tour to Australia 1903-1904'. Privately printed 1988. Signed by Cardwell and Bill O'Reilly. 'Bradman at Blackheath', Cardwell and Irene McKilligan', Cherrybrook 2011, signed by the authors. VG
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1191:
Lot 1191
'The Chronicle of W.G.'. J.R. Webber. Nottingham 1998. Original stiffened wrappers. Limited edition subscribers edition of 440 copies, this being 401 in slip case. Signed by Webber and the Grand Daughter and Great Nephew of W.G. Grace. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Don Bradman. 'Pageant of Cricket'. D. Frith. London 1987. Foreword by Don Bradman. De-luxe leather bound limited edition of two hundred numbered copies, this being number 33, signed by Don Bradman and the author, Frith. Bound in full red leather, all edges gilt and preserved in slip case. Very good condition
Estimate: £200/300
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'Felix and the Eleven of England', Gerald Brodribb. Boundary Books 2002. Full leather with gilts to page edges in slip case. Limited Edition of 250 copies each signed by a descendent of Felix, by Ted Dexter, President of M.C.C., and by Hubert Doggart, Chairman of the M.C.C. publishing committee and contributor of a charming foreword. This copy numbered 147. VG
Estimate: £50/70
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'Great Cricketers. The Age of Grace & Trumper'. Compiled by George Beldam, jnr. Boundary Books, Cheshire 2000. Limited edition no. 178 of 548, signed by Cornelia Beldam. Short listed for the Cricket Society Book of the Year in 2000. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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Lot 1195
Nikky Baker. 'The Great Match of Cricket. All England v Hampshire at Canterbury 1772'. 'Described and reconstructed by Nikky Baker, A.N. Other & A. Given Man'. Enram Press, Herne Bay 1993. First proof edition of only thirty copies. Slip case. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Lot 1196
'From Commons to Lord's. A Chronology of Cricket 1700-1799'. Volume One (1700-1750), Volume Two (1751-1770) and Volume Three (1771-1780. Ian Maun, 2009. Both limited editions, volume One, limited edition no. 43/220 copies for sale. Volume Two, 27/200 copies. Volume Three, 27/125 copies. The first volume signed to the limitation page by Maun and President of the M.C.C., Derek Underwood. The second volume signed to the limitation page by Maun. Very good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
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Gerry Wolstenholme. Three limited edition facsimile reprints with new introductions by Wolstenholme. 'Cricket Across the Sea... Gentlemen of Canada 1887', limited edition no. 111/150, signed by Wolstenholme. 'Cricket Across the Seas... Lord Hawke's team in New Zealand and Australia, 1902-03', P.F. Warner, no. 70/300. 'Lancashire County Cricket', F. Reynolds, no. 46/100. Also 'Towering Success. The Eighth Australians in Blackpool, August 1893', no. 60/120, signed by Wolstenholme. Sold with two copies of 'Archie Remembered', Malcolm Lorimer, nos. 249 and 250/424 etc. Qty 9
Estimate: £30/50
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'The Essential Denison'. A boxed set of facsimile editions of the six volumes of Denison's Cricketers' Companions 1843-1847 and his sketches of the players, together with hardback book 'The Essential Denison' by David Rayvern Allen. Christopher Saunders, Newnham on Severn 2008. Limited edition number 55 of 212 copies produced, signed by Mike Brearley, President of the MCC. Each set is housed in a quarter leather book box with slipcase. Very good condition
Estimate: £180/250
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'Britcher's Scores 1790-1805'. A boxed set of the fifteen issues in facsimile, with a commentary by David Rayvern Allen. Christopher Saunders, Newnham on Severn 2003. Published in a limited edition of 212, each set signed by Sir Tim Rice, President of M.C.C., this copy being number 55. Before Britcher, scores were notched on sticks of wood. He was among the first to put them down on paper and between 1790 and 1803 he produced an annual pamphlet listing the principal scores of the year, not just in London but around the country. The scores for 1804 and 1805 were collected into one pamphlet and published by Stanhope and Graham in 1806. The originals are very rare. This set reproduces all 15 pamphlets in exact facsimile, and they are accompanied by a lengthy commentary, specially written by David Rayvern Allen. Each set is housed in a quarter leather book box with slipcase. Includes an official invitation to the vendor to attend the book launch, and an unopened CD of 'An Index to Britcher's Scores'. Very good condition
Estimate: £180/250
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Lot 1200
'M.C.C. in South Africa 1938-39'. Brian Bassano. J.W. McKenzie, Ewell 1997. Good dustwrapper. Sold with four J.W. McKenzie facsimile reprints. 'Curiosities of Cricket from the earliest records to the present time' by an Old Cricketer (1978). Unnumbered limited edition of 150 copies. 'Lillywhite's Illustrated Hand-book of Cricket' edited by A Cantab (1988). 'Recollections of Lord's and the Marylebone Cricket Club', William H. Slatter (1989). 'The Grand Matches of Cricket Played in England from 1771 to 1791', W. Epps (1989). Qty 5. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Lot 1201
J.W. McKenzie facsimile reprint publications. Three limited edition titles, 'The Eleventh Australian Tour 1902' (1993). Limited edition no. 132/250, signed by Don Bradman. 'The Australians in England. A Complete Record of the Cricket Tour of 1882' (1982), no. 111/120. 'Shaw and Shrewsbury's Team in Australia 1884-5' (1985), no. 94/200. Also 'The Third Australian Team in England' (1989) and 'The Doings of the Fourth Australian Cricket Team in England 1884' (1990). Qty 5. VG
Estimate: £60/80
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'Gooch's Golden Summer'. Bill Frindall. Boundary Books, Holmes Chapel 1991. Quarter leather. Limited edition 262/333 copies published. Signed by Gooch, Frindall and Trevor Bailey who wrote the appreciation. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Cricket'. W.G. Grace. Bristol 1891. Leather bound limited edition, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. Original black boards with gilt lettering, somewhat worn. Limited de luxe edition of 652 numbered copies, signed by the author Grace. This being 143/652. Replacement spine with new end papers, with original spine paper laid down, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/350
Subscriber number 143 was Deward Ferdinando Sutton Tylecote of the Union Club, Trafalgar Square. Tylecote played cricket for Oxford University and Kent 1869-1883 and went on Bligh's tour of Australia in 1882/83 and played six Test matches for England 1882-1886. He hit 404* for Classic v Modern at Clifton College in 1868, a record score in any match at that time
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Lot 1204
Sussex cricket. Four signed limited edition biographies and histories published by the Sussex Cricket Museum & Educational Trust, Hove. 'The Indefatigable Thomson', Nicholas Sharp and Norman Epps 2018, limited edition no. 84/150, signed by Ian Thomson. 'Revolution '97', Chris Stoner 2018, no. 127/150, signed by Tony Pigott. 'A Failed Experiment?', David Jeater, no. 16/100, signed by the author and Jim Parks. 'Don Smith. The Entertainer', David Bennett, Norman Epps and Nicholas Sharp, limited edition no. 17/150, signed by Don Smith. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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Lot 1205
Sussex biographies and histories. Three titles by Nicholas Sharp, two signed by the author, one limited edition. 'Some Magic from Mushy and Much More'. Nicholas Sharp 2004. Second limited edition no. 53/75, signed by Sharp. 'Good Old Sussex by the Sea', 2008, signed by Sharp. 'The Year of the Magical Martlets', 2007. Also 'A Pictorial History of Sussex County Cricket Club', Roger Packham, Nicholas Sharp, Phil Barnes and Jon Filby. Sussex Cricket Museum & Educational Trust 2014. All softbacks. Qty 4. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'The Jubilee Book of Cricket'. K.S. Ranjitsinhji. Edinburgh 1897. Limited de luxe edition printed on handmade paper of 350 copies, signed by Ranjitsinhji, this being number 302. Original publisher's cloth. Wear and ageing to boards and spine. Slight breaking to front internal hinge. Internally in good condition. Sold with a standard edition of the same title in original blue cloth, and 'Cricket', W.G. Grace, Bristol 1891. Green cloth. Breaking to internal hinges, minor wear to boards and spine, otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £250/350
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Lot 1207
George Rubens Cox. Sussex 1895-1928. Facsimile edition of 'George Cox's Benefit Match, Sussex v Surrey at Hove, 3rd, 4th & 5th September 1914'. Limited to only ten copies produced, this is number seven. Four pages including a statistical summary of 'What [Cox] has done for Sussex' compiled by 'Leather Hunter'. Sold with an original booklet published following the death and thanksgiving service of George Cox Jnr. (Sussex 1931-1960) 'Cricketer and Man of Sussex' originally held at Hove Parish Church, 7th May 1985, to commemorate Cox's work as President of the Sussex Cricket Society from 1976 until his death. Bookplate of Gerald Brodribb to inside front cover. Qty 2. G
Estimate: £40/60
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Lot 1208
'Outdoor Games. Cricket & Golf'. R.H. Lyttleton. J.M. Dent & Co, London, 1901. Haddon Hall Library series edited by the Marquis of Granby and G.A.B. Dewar. Full vellum, with decorative 'Haddon Hall Library' gilts to covers and spine, hand made paper, limited edition no. 27/150. Handwritten ownership names to verso of the limitation page, of Sir George Noble (Scottish sportsman), dated 1918, and 'William Pinder, June 1943'. G/VG
Estimate: £80/120
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Lot 1209
'Hampshire Cricket Statistics 1895-1968'. Roy Webber and Norman Drake. Bournemouth 1969. Limited edition no. 80/200. Original paper wrappers. This was Richard Gilliat's copy with a handwritten postcard from Gilliat regarding his grandfather who played one match for England. Sold with 'Hampshire County Cricket', H.S. Altham, J. Arlott, E.D.R. Eagar and R. Webber, London 1957. Original green cloth. Qty 2. VG
Estimate: £20/30
Lot 1210:
Lot 1210
New Zealand. Good and varied selection of thirty nine mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. The majority signed by their subject. Signatures are Chris Cairns, Rutherford, Hadlee, McCullum, Wright, McMillan, Lance Cairns, Ian Smith, Greatbatch, Turner, Coney, Larsen, Parore, Turner, Morrison, Pringle, Howarth, Vettori, Martin Crowe and Fleming. Nearly all hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
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Lot 1211
South Africa. Good and varied selection of twenty seven mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. Many signed by their subject. Signatures are Procter (2), Wessels, de Villiers, J. Cook, Richards, Gibbs, van Ryneveld, Omar Henry, Van Der Bijl, B. Richards, Donald and G. Smith. The majority are hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
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England. Good and varied selection of thirty mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. All signed by their subject. Signatures are S. Broad, Pietersen, Panesar, G. Fowler, D. Bairstow, Lamb, Amiss, Irani, Snow, Fletcher, Strauss, Hoggard, S. James, Gooch, D. Shepherd, Tufnell, Cork, Botham, R. Smith, Hick, Gower, Marks, Trescothick, A. Cook, Gatting, D. Steele, Vaughan, Ingleby-Mackenzie, Flintoff and Ramprakash. The majority are hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
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Lot 1213
Australia. Good and varied selection of thirty mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. The majority signed by their subject. Signatures are Border, Booth, Gillespie, S. Waugh, M. Hughes, Stackpole, Lawry, I. Chappell, K. Miller, O'Reilly, Healy, Hookes, C. McDonald, Langer, Warne and G. Lawson. The majority are hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1214:
Lot 1214
Australia. Good and varied selection of twenty eight mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. The majority signed by their subject. Signatures are Boon, Cowan, Chris Rogers, M. Johnson, Langer, Taber, M. Taylor, Border, S. Waugh, McGrath, G. Chappell, Lehmann, and Benaud. Mainly hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1215:
Lot 1215
England. Good and varied selection of twenty mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. All signed by their subject. Signatures are Gooch, G. Fowler, Roland, Butcher, Colin Cowdrey, Graveney, Rayment, Prior, Nixon, Anderson, Hussain, Gower, Agnew, Ed Smith, May, Strauss, Trott, DeFreitas, G. Thorpe, Root and Emburey. The majority are hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Sold with a box of thirty unsigned mainly modern autobiographies and biographies, good selection. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1216:
Lot 1216
Australia. Twelve modern autobiographies and biographies. All signed by their subject. Signatures are Border, Thomson, S. Waugh, Ponting (2), R. Harris, M. Taylor (2), Boon, Yallop, Langer and Gilchrist. The majority are hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Sold with thirty seven unsigned mainly modern autobiographies and biographies, good selection. Mainly hardback, some softback editions. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £60/90
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Lot 1217
England. Good and varied selection of twenty one mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. All signed by their subject. Signatures are Gower, J. Bairstow, R. Smith, Flintoff, Vaughan, Udal, D. Lloyd, A. Fraser, Bicknell, Pietersen, Yardy, Underwood, S. Jones, Gough, Brearley, Swann, Maynard, D'Oliveira, Woolmer, A. Stewart and A. Cook. The majority are hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Sold with a box of twenty five unsigned mainly modern autobiographies and biographies, good selection. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1218:
Lot 1218
England. Good and varied selection of thirty three mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. All signed by their subject. Signatures are S. Broad, Marks, Atherton, Gower, Boycott, B. Reynolds, Malcolm, Stewart, Agnew, Denness, Botham, Brearley, G. Lloyd, Titmus, Strauss, Alley, S. Marsh, Dexter, M. Stewart, L. Hutton, T. Lewis, D. Lloyd, Willis, Cottey, Pocock, Randall, Blakey, Brain, C. Broad, Dilley, A. Bedser, J.K. Lever and D. Reeve. The majority are hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Sold with a box of thirty four unsigned mainly modern autobiographies and biographies, good selection. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1219:
England. Good and varied selection of seventeen mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. All signed by their subject. Signatures are Bomber Wells, P. Walker, Atherton (2), D. Shepherd, Botham, Willis, J. Russell, D. Fletcher, M. Wagh, Boycott, Brearley, S. Broad, Emburey, B. Barber, John Major and Gooch. The majority are hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Sold with fifty one unsigned mainly modern autobiographies and biographies, good selection, some signed by the biographer including Ray Smith, Jenkinson, Frith (2), Keith Booth, Amol Rajan, Barry Phillips etc. In three boxes. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1220:
Lot 1220
Pakistan. Good and varied selection of seventeen mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. Eleven are signed by their subject. Signatures are Wasim Akram (2, both different), Mustaq Ahmed, Imran Khan (3, all different books), Javed Miandad, Zaheer Abbas, Dilip Doshi, Hanif Mohammed and Wasim Khan. All hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1221:
Lot 1221
India. Good and varied selection of eleven mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. Two are signed by their subject. Signatures are Farokh Engineer (2, both different). All hardback editions with good dustwrappers including Tendulkar, Kapil Dev, Gavaskar, Duleepsinhji (faults), Lala Amarnath, Rahul Dravid, Pataudi etc. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1222:
Lot 1222
West Indies. Good and varied selection of twenty mainly modern autobiographies and biographies. Eight are signed by their subject. Signatures are C. Lloyd, C. Walsh, F. Stephenson, G. Sobers, M. Holding, C. Ambrose and G. Greenidge plus '' Real Quick'. M. Savidge & A. McLellan signed by M. Marshall, C. Ambrose, I. Bishop and W. Benjamin. Other biographies include Lara, Garner, Constantine, Griffith, Richards, Worrell, Hunte, Walcott, Haynes etc. All hardback editions with good dustwrappers. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1223:
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Cricket biographies/autobiographies. Good selection of thirty four cricket books, seven books signed by the author or subject. Signatures include Evans, Hutton, Botham, Sobers, Bailey etc. Other, non-signed books on Hoggard, Paynter, Stackpole, Max Walker, Mallett, Border, Bradman, Grace, Mailey, Mead etc. Good condition, many with dustwrapper. Sold with a smaller box including various ACS Publications, Kent Blue Book 1934 (worn), various other cricket annuals, general books etc
Estimate: £40/60
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John Arlott. 'Cricket'. Alfred Gover. London 1949. Dedication in ink to front endpaper, 'To John, with best wishes. Sincerely, Alf Gover'. Tear to dustwrapper, otherwise G/VG. Sold with 'Talking of Cricket'. J.L. Guise. London 1952. Handwritten letter from the author to Arlott tipped in requesting a review. Signed John Guise and dated 22nd June 1952. Small loss to otherwise good dustwrapper. VG. Qty 2
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1225:
Lot 1225
Australian cricket 1940s-1960s. Five titles with dustwrappers, all signed by the author, the majority presentation copies. 'The Australians in England', Roy Webber, London 1953. Signed dedication to Desmond Eagar with Eagar's bookplate to inside front cover. 'Australian Bowlers from Spofforth to Lindwall', London 1953. 'A History of Tasmanian Cricket', Roger Page, Tasmania 1957. 'Mr. Cricket. The Autobiography of W.H. Ferguson', London 1957. 'Cricket Walkabout. The Australian Aboriginal Cricketers on Tour 1967-8', D.J. Mulvaney, Melbourne 1967. Also a further signed title lacking dustwrapper, 'History of the Tests', Sydney Smith, Sydney 1946', and one signed South Africa presentation copy, 'Try and Stump Me!', Arthur Goldman, Johannesburg 1956. Faults to some dustwrappers, otherwise in good condition. Qty 7
Estimate: £30/50
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'Hampshire County Cricket Club 1863-1963'. Limited edition booklet produced for the The Centenary Match, Hampshire v M.C.C., Southampton, 11th-13th September 1963. The booklet includes articles by H.S. Altham, 'The Centenary Match', signed by Altham, and 'Such men as we are...' by John Arlott. The publication was limited to 1550 copies, of which the first fifty copies, this being number three, included the four aquatints by Kenneth New, hand printed on handmade paper and signed by the artist. Together with this is a unique set of the four aquatints hand coloured by the artist, and a copy of the standard issue of the booklet. Also an original menu for the dinner to 'Celebrate the Centenary of the Club' held at The Polygon Hotel, Southampton, 11th September 1963. All items are tipped in to blue cloth and quarter calf with gilt title to spine. To the rear endpaper is a pencil inscription, 'E.K. Brown, 7.12.84. John Arlott collection. John Arlott specially commissioned Kenneth New to hand colour the aquatints bound in'. A unique book in very good condition
Estimate: £1000/1500
The subjects of the aquatints are The Bat and Ball Inn, Broadhalfpenny Down, The Antelope Inn, the Hambledon Cricket Memorial, and The Hampshire County Cricket Ground, Southampton
Lot 1227:
Lot 1227
'The Checkered History of Pakistan Cricket. Celebrating 50 Years of Test Nation (1952-53 to 2002-03)'. Shuja-ud-din Butt and Mohammed Salim Pervez 2003. Original hardback with good dustwrapper. Signed to front endpapers by thirty three Pakistan test players. Signatures include Rameez Raja, Mushtaq Ahmed, Shoaib Malik, Zaheer Abbas, Shoaid Akhtar, Rashid Latif, Yassir Arafat, Younis Ahmed, Mushtaq Mohammad, Waqar Younis, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Salman Butt, Younis Khan etc. Slight splitting to front internal hinge with small tape repair, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1228:
Lot 1228
'Aggers' Ashes. The Inside Story of England's 2011 Ashes Triumph'. Jonathan Agnew, London 2011. Signed by Agnew. 'Ashes 2010-11. The Amazing Story of England's Triumph Down Under'. London 2011. Signed to inside front cover and front endpaper by thirteen members of the England touring party. Signatures are Collingwood, Broad, Bresnan, Swann, Prior, Strauss, Pietersen, Cook, Tremlett, Trott, Finn, Bell and Anderson. Qty 2. VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1229:
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'Surrey County Cricket Club Champions. County Championship 2018'. John Surtees 2018. Original hardback with gilt title to front cover. Signed to the title page by Alec Stewart, and to the inside front cover by eighteen members of the playing staff. Signatures include Stoneman, Burns, Clarke, Foakes, T. Curran, Pope, Virdi, Roy, Morkel, S. Curran, Elgar, Finch, Borthwick etc. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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Lot 1230
The Ashes 2005 and 2009. 'The Unforgettable Tests. England v Australia 2005', Jonathan Rice, London 2005. Signed to half title page by Trescothick, Vaughan, Harmison, S. Jones, Bell and Hoggard. 'England's Ashes [2009]', Peter Hayter, London 2009. Four signatures to half title page of Strauss, Prior, Bopara and Panesar. Qty 2. VG
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1231:
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'Gubby Allen. Man of Cricket'. E.W. Swanton. London 1985. Original hardback with excellent dustwrapper. Signed to bookplates of Roy F. Arnold to inside front cover and front endpaper by Allen and Swanton, and also to half title page by Allen. VG
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1232:
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'Beating the Field. My Own Story'. Brian Lara and Brian Scovell. London 1995. Signed by Lara. Good dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £25/35
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'What Do Points Make?'. Dave Bracegirdle. Loughborough 2010. Signed by the author and to the front endpaper by thirteen members of the Nottinghamshire County Championship winning team. Signatures include Voges, Amla, Pattinson, Mullaney, Read, Shreck, Patel, Hales, Adams etc. Good dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Wisden Cricketers of the Year'. Simon Wilde. London 2013. Original hardback with excellent dustwrapper. Signed in ink to the inside covers and endpapers by fifty two recipients of the award. Signatures include Anderson, Swann, Cook, Morgan, Trescothick, Panesar, Boon, Bell, Trott, Broad, Fraser, Gillespie, Amla, Vaughan, Wasim Akram, Holding, Sangakkara, Pietersen, Boycott, Hussain, Botham, Snow, Arnold, Gower, Strauss, Atherton, S. Waugh, Gavaskar, Dravid, Gatting etc. VG
Estimate: £50/70
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'Champions.... about bloomin' time'. Graham Hardcastle & Chris Ostick. Nantwich 2011. Original hardback with excellent dustwrapper. Signed by the authors to the title page, and to the front endpaper by fifteen Lancashire players including Sajid Mahmood, Kerrigan, Chilton, Keedy, Chapple, Moore, Anderson, Hogg, Croft, Proctor etc. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'Ashes Summer. A Personal Diary of the 1997 England v Australia Test Series'. Nasser Hussain and Steve Waugh. London 1997. Excellent dustwrapper. Signed by both authors to the title page, and to the front and rear endpapers by thirty one former and current England and Australia Test cricketers. Signatures include DeFreitas, Giles, Thorpe, Gough, Gooch, Stewart, B. Hollioake, Crawley, Ponting, Bevan, McGrath, Healy, Langer, Blewett, Warne etc. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'South Africa. The Years of Isolation and the Return to International Cricket'. Mike Procter 1994. Hardback with good dustwrapper. Signed to the title page by Procter, also to the inside front cover by John Major, and to the front and rear endpapers by members of the England and South Africa teams for the first Test, Lord's, 21st-24th July 1994, and former players. Signatures include Tom Graveney, Godfrey Evans, Alec and Eric Bedser, Jackie McGlew, Ali Bacher, Ron Barber, Willie Watson, Fred Trueman, Hansie Cronje, Peter May, Colin Cowdrey, Tony Lewis, Bob Willis etc. Seventy three signatures in total. VG
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1238:
Lot 1238
Jack Hobbs. Two titles by Hobbs. 'Playing for England! My Test-Cricket Story', London, 1931, good dustwrapper. 'Recovering the Ashes', London 1912, decorative card wrappers with some soiling, otherwise good. Sold with a mono real photograph plain back postcard of Hobbs in batting pose, signed by Hobbs. G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
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'Australian Test Cricketers'. Rick Smith. Revised edition, Sydney 2000. Original softback signed to the endpapers, title page, player profiles etc. by thirty two Australian Test cricketers. Signatures include Benaud, Bichel, I. Chappell, Darling, Gilchrist, Gillespie, Healy, M. Hughes, Jenner, Langer, Lawry, Lee, Mallett, Meckiff, Noblet, O'Keefe, Ponting, Slater, Warne, S. Waugh etc. G
Estimate: £30/50
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'The Dominators. One of the Greatest Test Teams'. A. Border, J. Langer, S. Warne and S. Waugh. Sydney 2000. Signed to the inside front cover and title page by twenty six Test and one day international Australian cricketers who played or coached during the late 1990s and early 2000s. Signatures are Border (on piece laid down), Blewett, Bracken, Bevan, Bichel, Fleming, Gillespie, Gilchrist, Healy, Hayden, Harvey, Katich, Kasprowich, Langer, Lee, MacGill, Martyn, Miller, McGrath, Ponting, Slater, Seccombe, S. Waugh, M. Waugh, Warne and Buchan (coach). G
Estimate: £30/50
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'Cricket Characters. The Cricketer Caricatures of John Ireland'. 1987. Signed to title page by John Major, and to 'Introduction' caricature by Christopher Martin-Jenkins. The book also signed to individual caricature pages by eighteen players and other characters. Signatures are Mohammad Azharuddin, Martin Crowe, Keith Fletcher, Mike Gatting, Graham Gooch, David Gower, Dean Jones, Clive Lloyd, Derek Randall, Viv Richards, Ian Botham, Richard Hadlee, Bob Taylor, Joel Garner, Malcolm Marshall, Bob Willis, Dickie Bird and Brian Johnston. Minor age toning to the otherwise good dustwrapper. G/VG
Estimate: £60/90
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Cricket books, scorecards, tour brochures etc. Two boxes comprising a good selection of books and signed biographies etc. Earlier titles include 'Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds'. Edited by C.W. Alcock. 1895. Published in eighteen weekly parts. Two full set of eighteen individual parts, each set bound in differing cloth with original pictorial and decorative wrappers retained. 'The Book of Cricket. A Gallery of Famous Players'. C.B. Fry. London 1899. 'Cricket of To-day and Yesterday', Volumes I & II, Percy Cross Standing, London 1902. 'Cricket Characters', John Ireland, signed to the pages by Martin Crowe, Keith Fletcher, Mike Gatting, Ian Botham, Michael Holding and Bob Willis. Twelve signed mainly modern biographies, autobiographies and histories. Signatures include Godfrey Evans, Alec Stewart, Colin Cowdrey, Tom Graveney, Henry Blofeld, Trevor Bailey, Robin Smith, Peter May, Patrick Eagar etc. A large selection of official and unofficial tour brochures for the period 1930s-1990s, including Rothmans Test Cricket Almanack 1960s (Qty 18), some duplication in mixed condition, official Test and County scorecards 1980s-2000s, including the Botham/ Willis Test match, England v Australia, Headingley 1981, official match programmes for the period etc. G
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1243:
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'150 Years of Lancashire Cricket 1864-2014'. A. Searle, P. Edwards, G. Hardcastle & M. Lorimer. Max Books 2014. Signed to the inside front cover and front endpaper by eleven members of the 2014 Lancashire team. Signatures are Sajid Mahmood, Ashwell Prince, Glen Chapple, Simon Kerrigan, Kyle Jarvis, Tom Smith, Luke Procter, Luis Reece, Wayne White, Paul Horton and James Anderson. VG
Estimate: £30/40
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'Yorkshire. A Champion Year'. Myles Hodgson and Graham Hardcastle. Ilkley 2014. Signed to the inside front cover and endpaper by ten members of the Yorkshire team. Signatures include Sidebottom, Bresnan, Bairstow, Patterson, Plunkett etc. VG
Estimate: £30/40
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'With the 15th Australian XI- A complete record of the team's tour throughout Great Britain and South Africa'. Sydney Smith Jr (Manager). Sydney 1922. Original pictorial boards with replacement spine and endpapers in modern case. Signed presentation copy with handwritten dedication in ink from the author, 'With all good wishes and in appreciation of your kindness in 1921', dated 17th[?] October 1923. One folding plate and other illustrations. Padwick 5030. VG
Estimate: £120/160
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'The Story of the Oval and the History of Surrey Cricket 1902 to 1948'. Louis Palgrave. Cornish Brothers, Birmingham 1949. Signed by Alf Gover to the photographic plate opposite p109. Small album page partially laid down to inside front cover, signed in ink by seven Surrey players, J.B. Hobbs, J.W. Hitch, T.F. Shepherd, H.A. Peach, A. Sandham, H. Strudwick, and the rarer W.C.H. Sadler (51 matches 1923-1925). Original pale blue cloth covers a little faded, slight breaking to page block, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Percy Fender. Two titles by Fender, both with labels laid down signed by Fender in later years. 'The Turn of the Wheel. M.C.C. Team Australia, 1928-1929', London 1929. Two additional labels laid down to page opposite the title page, one signed by Harold Larwood, the other by Don Bradman, and 'Defending the Ashes', London 1921. Both titles in original green cloth. Odd faults, generally in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1248:
Lot 1248
Signed cricket autobiographies. Seven autobiographies, each signed by the subject(s). 'Following On', Alec and Eric Bedser, London 1954. Signed by the Bedser twins. 'All Round View', Imran Khan, London 1988. 'On Cricket', Geoffrey Boycott, London 1999. 'Playing For Keeps, Alec Stewart, London 2003. 'Out of my Comfort Zone', Steve Waugh, London 2006. 'Coming Back To Me', Marcus Trescothick, London 2008. 'True Colours', Adam Gilchrist, Sydney 2008. Also 'Peter May's Book of Cricket' 1956 with an official menu for the 'Sportsman's Dinner' given by the Decca Sports and Social Club, Tolworth, 16th May 1958, signed to the back by May, Eric Bedser, Wally Barnes (Arsenal F.C.), Peter Waterman (speedway) and John Disley (athletics). Also an unopened copy of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1983 hardback etc. Qty 13. G/VG
Estimate: £25/35
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The Playfair Cricket Annual 1948-1962, large issue. Qty 15. Good condition. Sold with a box of mainly large format cricket books and magazines. Plus full sets of fifty cigarette cards for Players 'Cricketers' 1930, Players 'Cricketers' 1938 and Wills 'Association Footballers' 1935. All mounted, framed and glazed
Estimate: £50/70
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Lot 1250
Christopher Helm County Cricket Histories Series. Official histories for Derbyshire, Glamorgan, Gloucestershire (signed by author), Hampshire (9 signatures), Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire (2), Middlesex, Northamptonshire (9 signatures), Nottinghamshire, Surrey, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Yorkshire. Plus the 'Official History of Somerset C.C.C. (Partridge Press). Some signed as indicated. All with original dustwrappers. Qty 15. G
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1251:
Lot 1251
Allan's Australian Cricket Annual. 1987/88 (1st edition) to 2001. Nos. 1-14. Qty 14. G
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1252:
Lot 1252
'First-Class Cricket. A Complete Record'. 1926-1939. A full run of the series compiled and edited by Jim Ledbetter in very good condition. The 1938 and 1939 editions are hardbacks with dustwrappers. Qty 14
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1253:
Lot 1253
Glamorgan C.C.C. Yearbooks 1946 to 2011, not issued 1940-1945. Incomplete run of Glamorgan yearbooks in original paper wrappers, lacking 1951, 1957, 1961, 1969, 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2006 to 2010. Odd faults, minor rusting to staples to some editions, otherwise in good condition. Qty 53
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1254:
Lot 1254
Glamorgan C.C.C. Yearbooks 1947 to 2011, not issued 1940-1945. Glamorgan Yearbooks in original paper wrappers for 1947 to 1950, 1952 to 1954, 1956, 1959 to 1968, 1970 to 1984, 1987 to 1991, 1993 to 1999, 2002, 2005 and 2011 Odd faults, minor rusting to staples to some editions, otherwise in good condition. Qty 48
Estimate: £50/80
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James Lillywhite's Cricketers Annual 1872-1900. Complete full run of the Annual. All copies with original red/orange boards. All photographs present from the 1876 edition as issued. Some faults to books, odd ones with broken internal hinges, some annotation to pages in odd edition, marks and wear, the 1894 edition with damaged front board otherwise generally all in good condition. Many of the books are signed to the front of the book by Reg Perks (Worcestershire & England 1930-1955) and some or all may have been in his book collection. Twenty nine volumes in total
Estimate: £300/500
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Warwickshire C.C.C. Annual Report and Balance Sheet for 1939. Four page folded report listing officers, two page report, accounts etc. Slipped in is a single page printed 'List of Attendees' of the Club Committee, detailing each member's record of attendance. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1257:
Lot 1257
'The Book of Cricket. A New Gallery of Famous Players'. C.B. Fry. Editor. London 1899. A complete set of sixteen individual weekly issues with four page index loosely inserted to Part XVI. Original pictorial wrappers. Illustrated. Minor wear to wrappers, otherwise in very good condition. Rarely seen in this condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1258:
Lot 1258
Playfair Cricket Annual 1949-1962. Good run of thirteen issues of the Annual in large format 1949 (second year of issue) to 1961. Sold with 'The Picture Post Book of the Tests 1954-5', Denzil Batchelor. G
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1259:
Lot 1259
Yorkshire C.C.C. Annuals 1958-1974. Sixteen leather bound editions for seasons 1958-1960 and 1962-1974, lacking 1961. Each edition with gilt to all page edges, front board with titles, club emblem, year and embossed in gilt to lower border 'Mr. J.H. Dickinson J.P., Rotherham'. VG
Estimate: £30/50
J.H. Dicksinon was the District Member of Sheffield and later Rotherham on the Yorkshire C.C.C. committee
Lot 1260:
Lot 1260
Cricket books and annuals. Selection of eleven cricket books and annuals. Titles include 'Forsyth's Scottish Cricket Record 1956'. 'Our Cricketers Past and Present. Special Australian Number' 1896. 'Spalding's Cricket Guide and How to Play Cricket', Ranjitsinhji, London 1906. 'John Lillywhite's Cricketers' Companion' 1868 bound in green boards, lacking original wrappers etc. Faults to some titles, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1261:
Lot 1261
Club histories. 'Devon Dumplings Cricket Club Jubilee Book, 1902-1952', Malcolm Elwin 1952. 'Beaconsfield C.C. 1825-1975'. 'A History of the Jesters Cricket Club 1928-1975', M. Meyer. 'History of Spar Ramblers Cricket Club 1925-1975', S. Gowing. 'The Cornish Choughs Cricket Club 1906-1976', J. Prothero. 'Todmorden Cricket Club 1837-1987', R. Wild. 'Of Smittle-spots and Sticky Buns', J. Glaister, 1994. 'Cloth Caps & Cricket Crazy', F., M., & B. Heywood, Otley 2004, signed by Malcolm Heywood. Qty 8. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Norfolk cricket. 'A Short History of Norfolk Cricket', David J.M. Armstrong, Holt, Norfolk 1958. Presentation copy to Michael Falcon who wrote the foreword, nicely signed by Armstrong and dated 25th April 1958. Included slipped in is a nice accompanying letter from the author to Falcon thanking him for his assistance and reporting on sales to date. Sold with a later, updated edition published in 1990, and 'Looking Back at Norfolk Cricket', Philip Yaxley, Toftwood 1997. Qty 3. VG
Estimate: £30/50
Michael Falcon played first class cricket at Cambridge University 1908-1911 and was considered one of the greatest of Minor Counties cricketers. He served as chairman of Norfolk County Cricket Club
Lot 1263:
Lot 1263
'The Athletic News Cricket Annual'. Complete run of issues for 1892 to 1908. The 1893 with handwritten owner's name of the journalist and collector, E.L. Fletcher, to front cover. The 1892, 1901 and 1908 issues with bookplate of Anthony Woodhouse. The 1892 with expertly repaired spine, the 1894 lacking rear wrapper. Padwick 1034. General wear and age toning to wrappers of all issues, otherwise in good condition. Qty 17
Estimate: £200/300
The Athletic News Cricket Annual ran from 1888 to 1946 where it became 'The Athletic News Cricket & Golf Annual'
Lot 1264:
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'Cricket Lore'. Complete run of the magazine from the first issue, November 1991 (Issue one) to July 2005 (Vol 5, Issue seven). Volumes I-III loose bound in three official blue binders, the remainder as individual copies. Sold with four other 'Cricket Lore' publications, 'Darling Old Oval' (two copies), 'First Knock', and 'Mary Ann's Australians'. G/VG
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1265:
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'Important Cricket Matches' and 'First Class Cricket Matches'. Published by The Association of Cricket Statisticians. Complete run of thirty nine volumes covering 1801-1901, all uniformly bound in green cloth with gilt title to spines, also 1910-1925 in original wrappers. Sold with further A.C.S. publications, 'Complete First-Class Match List' volumes I-V each bound in green cloth, 'A Guide to First Class Matches played in New Zealand 1863-1980' bound in blue cloth, and 'Great Cricket Matches 1772-1800' original softback. Total quantity 63. VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1266:
Lot 1266
Association of Cricket Statisticians publications. Near complete run of 'Famous Cricketers Series' booklets, numbers 1-100 inclusive. Includes 1st and 2nd editions of number one (Jack Hobbs), lacking only the second edition of number four (Frank Woolley). Subjects include McCabe, Grace, Wisden, Sobers, Harvey, Worrell, Clem Hill, Blythe, May, Spofforth, Parr, Lindwall, Armstrong, Ponsford, Larwood, Bligh, Miller, Botham, Jessop, Valentine etc. G/VG
Estimate: £70/100
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Cricket statistics, histories and reference books. Two boxes comprising an extensive selection of Association of Cricket Statisticians and other publications including a complete run of 'First Class Cricket. A Complete Record', 1926-1937 in softback, 1938 and 1939 in hardback, compiled by Jim Ledbetter. 'A Statistical Survey' issues for seasons 1863-1881. Also 'Who's Who of Cricketers', P. Bailey, P. Thorn and P. Wynne-Thomas, London 1984 etc. Sold with eleven Wisden hardback titles with dustwrappers, including 'Wisden Anthologies', 'Wisden Book of Test Cricket', two volumes, 'Cricketers' Lives' etc. Also a good selection of ACS player, club and ground histories etc. Approx. one hundred titles in total. G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1268:
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'Frederick Lillywhite's Cricket Scores And Biographies Of Celebrated Cricketers. Volumes I-XIV, 'M.C.C. Cricket Scores and Biographies' Volume XV, and 'Arthur Haygarth's Cricket Scores and Biographies' Volumes XVI-XXI, Cambridge 1996-2017. Volumes I-IV are rebound in modern blue cloth with gilt title and reproduction of the shield emblem to the front (sold with the original embossing stamp made for the vendor). Volumes V-XV in original red cloth. Volume XV with original dustwrapper. Volumes XVIII-XXI are limited editions of 500 numbered copies, various limitation numbers, each signed by Heavens. Also 'Index to Scores and Biographies Vols. I-XV' compiled by Roger Heavens, 1995. 'An Index to Arthur Haygarth's Cricket Scores and Biographies', Vols XVI and XVII, Roger Heavens, three biographies of Haygarth by Heavens bound as one volume, and a facsimile reprint of 'A Correct Account of all the Cricket Matches... 1782 to 1822', Henry Bentley, published by Roger Heavens 1997. Limited edition no. 42/400. Qty 34. Some wear to the original cloth bound issues, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1269:
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'Five Years' Averages (1919-23) of our Leading Cricketers'. Compiled by H.P-T. (P.F. Thomas). Published by Walter Jenn, London 1924. Original green cloth covers. Also issues for 1927 (1922-1926), 1928 (1923-1927), 1929 (1924-1928), 1930 (1925-1929) and 1931 (1926-1930), renamed as 'The Cricket Spectator. Our Leading Cricketers...', bound together as one volume in green cloth, original wrappers retained. Padwick 1076. Qty 2. Very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1270:
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'The Cricket Quarterly' edited by Rowland Bowen. A complete run of the journal from Vol. 1 no. 1, January 1963 (first issue) to Vol. 8 no. 4, Winter 1970/71. Bound as eight volumes, each of four issues, in blue cloth with original wrappers retained. Volumes 1 to 6 with additional introduction pages and indexes. Very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1271:
Lot 1271
Surrey County Cricket Club Handbook 1900. 192pp. Original boards with titles in good condition. Some wear to the boards and loss to spine. Some pages detached. Ex Merton library. Sold with four official yearbooks for seasons 1976, and 1978-1980 in good condition. Qty 5
Estimate: £20/30
Lot 1272:
Lot 1272
Somerset County Cricket Club. Seven yearbooks for seasons 1930 with original board wrappers, 1958/59, 1961/62-1963/64, 1965/66 and 1967. Some wear, overall in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1273:
Lot 1273
Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club. Seven yearbooks for seasons 1933, 1950, 1963-1965, 1970 and 1978. Original paper wrappers. Some wear and rusting to staples to earlier issues, overall in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1274:
Lot 1274
Warwickshire C.C.C. Complete run of Annual Report/ Yearbooks for seasons 1956-1989. Minor faults to the odd issue, otherwise in good/ very good condition. Qty 34
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1275:
Lot 1275
'All About Kent Cricket 1911. Coronation Souvenir and Cricket Handbook for the County of Kent. First-class Counties Championship Winners 1906-9-10'. Published by Blower Brothers of Watford. Very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £180/250
Lot 1276:
Lot 1276
'All About Kent Cricket 1914. In Commemoration of the County's 4th Championship'. 2nd Edition. Published by Blower Brothers of High Street Watford. Very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1277:
Lot 1277
Worcestershire County Cricket Club. Official History & Guide 1928. Compiled and edited by J.B. Payne. Published by the Club. Original decorative stiffened wrappers. Minor soiling to boards otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1278:
Lot 1278
Worcestershire County Cricket Club Official Yearbook 1936. Original decorative stiffened wrappers. Minor wear to lower right hand corner of the front wrapper, odd nicks and wear to wrapper otherwise in good/ very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £250/350
Lot 1279:
Lot 1279
Worcestershire County Cricket Club Official Yearbook 1939. Original decorative stiffened wrappers. Minor creasing and wear to wrappers otherwise in very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1280:
Lot 1280
Worcestershire County Cricket Club Official Yearbook 1948 & 1949 (Jubilee Year). Original decorative covers. Minor rusting to staples, nicks and age toning to wrappers of the 1948 edition, the 1949 edition with slight soiling and wear to wrappers otherwise both in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1281:
Lot 1281
Worcestershire County Cricket Club Official Yearbook 1948 and 1950. Original decorative stiffened wrappers. The 1948 edition with minor age toning to wrappers, slight rusting to staples otherwise in very good condition. The 1950 edition in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1282:
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'Worcestershire C.C.C. Centenary Year Book 1965'. Original green boards. Signed to front end paper by fourteen members of the 1964 team and playing staff. Signatures include Kenyon (Captain), Graveney, Horton, Ormrod, Gifford, Booth, Slade, Richardson etc. Also signed by M.J.K. Smith of Warwickshire, C.J. Barnett of Gloucestershire, Arthur Sandham of Surrey etc. Eighteen signatures in total. Some light wear to covers and spine otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1283:
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'Worcestershire C.C.C. Centenary Year Book 1965'. Original green boards. Signed to front end paper by eight Worcestershire players. Signatures are Kenyon, Graveney, Horton, Gifford, D'Oliveira, Headley, Booth and Whiting. Some light wear to covers and spine otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1284:
Lot 1284
'The Rugby Cricket Club: its rise and progress from 1844 to 1894. Including an account of foreign matches played on the ground. Also an article on slow bowling, by David Buchanan, M.A., Clare College, Cam'. David Buchanan. Published by the "Rugby Advertiser" 1928. Padwick 2815. Includes references to the formation of Warwickshire County Cricket Club, of which Buchanan was the first captain. Original boards, minor wear, good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1285:
Lot 1285
Don Bradman. Good and varied selection of nineteen books on Don Bradman, some written by Bradman. Autobiographies, tours, 'The Bradman Albums etc. The majority hardback editions with good dustwrappers. One signed by Bradman. Biographers include Perry, Wakley, Page, Williams, Knox, Rosenwater etc. Included 'Icons of World Sport. Don Bradman'. 2008 and 'The Invincibles. The Legend of Bradman's 1948 Australians'. Peter Allen NSW 1999. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1286:
Lot 1286
Surrey C.C.C. Box of books and brochures on Surrey cricket. Includes 'Captain of the Crowd. Albert Craig'. Tony Laughton 2008, 'A Century of Surrey Stumpers'. David Sawyer. 2001. Limited edition no. 338/357. Signed by the author, 'Walkers of Southgate' 1900, seven books by Trevor Jones, four signed by the author, 'Surrey C.C.C. A History since 1945' Jerry Lodge 2004 signed to end papers by M. Stewart, A. Stewart & one other, 'Jackers. A Life in Cricket' Robin Jackman 2012, signed by Jackman etc. Qty 22. G
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1287:
Lot 1287
Sussex C.C.C. Box of books and brochures on Sussex cricket. Includes signed books by John Barclay (3), Chris Adams, Jim Parks, Alan Wells etc, 'A History of the Horsham County Cricket Festival 1908-2007' D. Boorman, signed, 'Sussex Cricket' Gilligan 1933, Sussex Cricket. A History'. John Marshall 1959, Sussex Cricket in the eighteenth Century'. Timothy J. McCann 2004 etc. Qty 26. G
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1288:
Lot 1288
Lancashire & Durham C.C.C.. Selection of books including histories, biographies, 'Laker's Match. 19 wickets and the Ashes'. Vic Rigby. Signed limited edition 67/75, also signed by Ian Craig and Peter Richardson, 'Red Roses crest the Caps' . Eric Midwinter 1989, signed by the author, 'Mike Atherton. Opening Up. My Autobiography', signed by Atherton, etc. Qty 15. G
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1289:
Lot 1289
Somerset C.C.C.. A selection of thirteen mainly modern titles relating to Somerset cricket. Titles include 'Somerset Cricketers', Stephen Hill and Barry Phillips. All four hardback volumes with dustwrappers covering the periods 1882-1914, 1919-1939, 1946-1970, 1971-2000 (signed copy), published in Wellington, Somerset, 2017 and 2018. Good dustwrappers. Also 'Somerset County Cricket Club. Players, Photographs and Statistics 1891-2002', Eddie Lawrence. Limited edition no. 399/500, and the supplement covering 1882-2007. Limited edition no. 122/500. Both volumes signed by Lawrence. Plus 'A Photographic History of Somerset C.C.C. 1891-1991'. Edited by Eddie Lawrence. Taunton 1991. Limited edition of 100 copies, this being number 86, signed by the Editor etc. G/VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1290:
South West County Cricket. A selection of fourteen mainly modern titles relating to cricket in the South West covering Gloucestershire, Hampshire and Glamorgan cricket. Includes 'Hampshire County Cricket. The Official History' H.S. Altham, John Arlott, E.D.R. Eagar and Roy Webber. Phoenix 1957. First edition. Original dustwrapper in good condition. Nicely signed to title page in ink by Arlott, histories, signed biographies, Procter, Lumb, Adams etc, one signed by ten players including Robin Smith, Ayres, Ervine etc, 'Lillywhite's Legacy. A History of the Cheltenham Cricket Festival' G. Simons 2004 etc. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1291:
Lot 1291
South East County Cricket. A selection of fifteen mainly modern titles relating to cricket in the South East covering Middlesex and Essex cricket. Includes histories, biographies, 'Middlesex County Cricket Club 1921-1947. Vol III'. N. Haig. London 1950. Original red decorative boards with Middlesex County emblem, signatures to books including B. Taylor, Lever, Parfitt, Lamb, Carr, Price etc, 'The Rise and Fall of Percy Perrin: Derbyshire v Essex 1904'. John Shawcroft. J.W. McKenzie 2000 etc. G/VG
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1292:
Lot 1292
Midlands County Cricket. A selection of nineteen titles relating to cricket in the Midlands covering Warwickshire, Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Derbyshire cricket. Includes histories, biographies, 'The Story of Warwickshire Cricket. A History of the Warwickshire County Cricket Club and Ground 1882-1972'. L. Duckworth. London 1974. Dustwrapper. Biographies signed by Garry Sobers, Stephen Fleming, Michael Holding etc, 'Northamptonshire Cricket, A History'. Coldham 1959 (DW), 'History of Leicestershire C.C.C.' E.E. Snow 1949, 'Leicestershire Cricket 1949-1977' E.E. Snow, signed by the author etc. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1293:
Lot 1293
Indian Cricket. A selection of thirteen titles relating to cricket in India. Includes 'Illustrated History of Indian Cricket. Boria Majumdar. 2006, 'Times of Brabourne' Ragavendra Kannan 2006, 'A Corner of a Foreign Field. The Indian History of a British Sport', Ramachandra Guha, London 2002, C.C.I. & the Brabourne Stadium 1937-1987. Raija & Dossa 1987, 'Cricket Club of India. Celebrating 75 Years' 2009, B.C.C.I. Statistical Annual 2007-2008. Vol 1, 'Forty five Years of the Ranji Trophy' Vol 1, 1934-1959 and Vol 2, 1960-1979 (poor dustwrappers, 'Indian Cricket' G. Viswanath 1999, 'Wisden India 2014 and 2015 etc. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1294:
Lot 1294
Pakistan Cricket. A selection of six titles relating to cricket in Pakistan. 'Wounded Tiger' Peter Oborne 2014, 'The Unquet Ones. A History of Pakistan Cricket' Osman Samiuddin 2014, 'A Century of Karachi Cricket'. K.H. Baloch and M.H. Baluch 2003, 'Pride & Passion'. Omar Noman 1998 and 'White On Green'. R. Heller and P. Oborne 2016 and Baloch's Encyclopedia of Pakistan Cricket 1947-48 to 2004. Vol II (Limited edition of 450 copies). G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1295:
Lot 1295
Kent C.C.C.. A selection of twelve titles relating to Kent cricket. Titles include 'Early Memoirs of Frank Woolley'. Kent 1976. Limited signed edition number 103/1000 copies. Signed in blue ink by Woolley, 'Kent: The Glory Years 1967-1979'. Dennis Fowle Limited edition, signed by Alan Ealham, 'A Half Forgotten Triumph. The Story of Kent's Championship of 1913'. M. Moseling and Tony Quarrington 2013, signed by both authors, 'For Kent and England'. Paul Lewis 2014, signed by the author, 'The History of Kent County Cricket'. Volume III. 1997 reprint, 'The History of Kent Cricket'. Kent County Cricket Club. Appendix 'H' 1946-1963 and 'I' 1964-1984, one book signed, signatures include Underwood, Jones, Key, Tredwell.etc. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1296:
Lot 1296
Yorkshire C.C.C.. A selection of twenty four titles relating to Yorkshire cricket including histories, biographies, statistical etc. Some books signed, signatures include Boycott, Trueman, Hoggard, Illingworth, Close etc. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1297:
Lot 1297
Cricket histories. Seven titles, 'History of the Oxford University C.C. G. Bolton. Oxford 1962 (good dustwrapper), 'The History of I. Zingari' Arrowsmith & Hill. London 1982, 'Oxford and Cambridge Cricket'. George Chesterton & Hubert Doggart. London 1989, 'Cricket in the Park, the Life and Times of Lord Sheffield 1832-1909'. Roger Packham 2009, 'On Fenner's Sward. A History of Cambridge University Cricket Club'. Giles Phillips. Stroud 2005, 'History of Bucks County Cricket Club'. D. Miller 2006 and 'Cricket in Hertfordshire'. R.G. Simons 1996. G/VG
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1298:
Lot 1298
Worcestershire C.C.C.. A selection of seven titles relating to Worcestershire cricket, mainly histories including 'A History of Worcestershire County Cricket Club 1844-1950'. W.R. Chignell 1950, 'Worcestershire Cricket 1950-1968' W.R. Chignell. 1968, 'The Story of Three Black Pears, Early Worcestershire Cricket'. Bernard Bridgewater. Worcester 1998. un-numbered limited edition of 500 copies, green cloth with quarter leather, 'Pears 150. The Life and Times of Worcestershire County Cricket club 1865-2014'. Andrew Thomas. Worcester 2015. signed by the author, 'Glen Turner's Century of Centuries'. Glen Turner and Ray Cairns 1982, signed by Turner etc. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1299:
Lot 1299
Fairfield Books. Twelve titles published by Fairfield Books, Bath. Nine titles by Stephen Chalke including 'No Coward Soul. Bob Appleyard' 2003, signed by Chalke, Appleyard and co author Derek Hodgson, 'Tom Cartwright. The Flame Still Burns' 2007, signed by Cartwright and Chalke, 'Caught in the Memory. County cricket in the 1960s' 1999, signed by Chalke, 'Guess my Story. Keith Andrew' 2003, 'Charles Palmer. More Than Just a Gentlemen'. D. Miller 2005, Harold Gimblett. Tormented Genius of cricket'. David Foot 2003. Ten titles are hardbacks with good dustwrappers, two softbacks. Qty 12. VG
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1300:
Lot 1300
South Africa. Good and varied selection of twenty four mainly modern histories on Test and State cricket in South Africa. Includes 'South African Cricket 1927-1947'. L. Duffus 1947, 'Cricket in Southern Africa' Jonty Winch, signed by the author, 'Cricket & Conquest. The History of South African Cricket Retold 1795-1914'. Various contributors 2016, 'Century at Newlands 1864-1964'. Compiled by S.E.L. West 1965, 'The Story of an African Game'. Andre Odendaal. Cape Town 2003, 'Cricket's Rich Heritage. A History of Rhodesian and Zimbabwean Cricket 1890-1982'. Jonty Winch 1983, 'The Blue Book. A History of Western Province Cricket 1890-2011' Odendaal, Reddy and Samson 2012, 'W.P. Cricket. 100 not out'. A.C. Parker 1990, 'The History of Transvaal Cricket'. Hayward Kidson 1995 etc. Odd book signed. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1301:
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Australian State and Sheffield Shield cricket histories. Good and varied selection of twenty one books. Includes 'Tiger's Roar, Celebrating Cricket Tasmania's 150th Anniversary', Gandy, Finlay and Smith, 2015. Signed by the three authors, 'Green Hills to the Gabba'. Ian Diehm 2000, 'Hat Tricks, Hundreds and Headlines. Test Cricket at the WACA since 1970'. Stephen Walters 2008, 'The History of the South Australian Cricket Association'. C. Harte. 1990. Signed by the author, '100 Tests. A Century of Test Cricket at the Sydney Cricket Ground'. Philip Derriman 2012, 150 Years of NSW First-class Cricket'. Colin Clowes 2007, 'Cricket's Colosseum. 125 Years of Test Cricket at the M.C.G.' Ken Piesse 2003, signed by the author, 'Seasons in the Sun. The Story of the Victorian Cricket Association'. Robert Coleman 1993, signed by the author etc. Odd book signed. Good/very good condition. In two boxes
Estimate: £50/80
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'The Ashes'. Good and varied selection of fifty two books written on Ashes cricket. Odd book signed, signatures include Strauss, Roebuck, Hussain etc. In two boxes. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1303:
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Australian Cricket. Good and varied selection of thirty books written on Australian cricket. Authors include Pollard, Frith, Piesse, Haigh, Mallett, Perry etc. In two boxes. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1304:
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New Zealand. Good and varied selection of thirty three books on Test and State cricket in New Zealand, histories, tours etc. Includes 'The New Zealanders in England 1931'. O.S. Hintz. London 1931, New Zealand Cricket 1914-1933. Vol II. T.W. Reese. Auckland 1936. Original dustwrapper, 'The Basin. Illustrated History of the Basin Reserve. Neely and Romanos 2003, '100 Summers. The History of Wellington Cricket'. Don Neely. Auckland 1975, dustwrapper, 'The Making of New Zealand Cricket 1832-1914'. Greg Ryan 2004, 'New Zealand International Cricket 1894-1974'. Arthur H. Carman. Wellington 1975, 'The Skipper's Diary'. Walter A. Hadlee 2017, 'Men in White. History of New Zealand Cricket 1894-1985', D.O. Neely, R.P. King and F.K. Payne. Auckland 1986 etc. Includes 'The Stars of Cricket Signature Book'. Shell Cricket. Auckland 1996. Book signed to pen pictures by sixteen New Zealand Test players including Astle, Cairns, Doull, Fleming, Greatbatch, Larsen, Morrison, Nash, Parore etc, odd book signed by the author. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1305:
Lot 1305
Cricket Tours and Tests 1950-1990's. Good and varied selection of thirty three tour and Test books. Includes England to Australia, Australia to England and to other countries. Most books are hardbacks with dustwrappers. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1306:
Lot 1306
West Indies. 'Beyond A Boundary' C.L.R. James. London. Second impression 1966. Original dustwrapper in good/very good condition. Sold with a good selection of ten histories, statistical books on West Indies cricket. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Lords Cricket Ground and the M.C.C. Good and varied selection of fifteen histories, matches, pictorial images, museum relating to Lords. Sold with a selection of thirteen books on various cricket Test, international, county, festivals and out grounds around the world. Some large format and pictorial books included. Qty 28. Includes 'The Official M.C.C. Ashes Treasures in association with the M.C.C. Museum at Lord's'. Bernard Whimpress 2009. In slip case. Odd book signed by the author. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Statistical and reference cricket books and histories. Good and varied selection of forty four mainly modern books. Some large format books included. Odd book signed by the author/player. In two boxes. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Lot 1309
Australia. Selection of six titles. 'Trumper Triumphant'. Red Rose Books 2002. Limited edition no. 86/150, 'The 1899 Australians in England'. P. Sharpham. McKenzie 1997, 'Scarlet. Clarrie Grimmett. Test Cricketer'. Ashley Mallett 2008, 'The Big Ship. Warwick Armstrong and the Making of Modern Cricket', Gideon Haigh 2001, 'The Terror. Charlie Turner, Australia's Greatest Bowler'. Ric Sissons. Victoria 2012, signed by Sissons and 'Before the Lights Went Out. The 1912 Triangular Tournament' Patrick Ferriday 2011, signed copy. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Cricket histories. Good and varied selection of twenty five, mainly modern, cricket histories. Sold with a two boxes of forty one general cricket books. Odd edition signed by the author. Qty 66. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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'Men in White. The History of New Zealand International Cricket 1894-1985. Auckland 1986. Deluxe full leather bound edition of 1200 copies, this copy being number 976. The largest cricket book ever produced measuring 15.5"x22"and weighing 13.2kg!. Gilt to all edges. Very good condition in slip case, minor wear to slip case
Estimate: £180/250
Lot 1312:
Lot 1312
Cricket tours 1940/50's. Good selection of thirty six books on cricket tours. Many with dustwrapper. Authors include Arlott, Duffus, Lansberg, West, Wellings, Swanton, Ross, Gilligan, Fortune, Harris etc. One signed and inscribed by Peter West. Odd faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1313:
Lot 1313
Cricket tours 1960/80's. Good selection of twenty eight books on cricket tours, mainly 1960/80's. Many with dustwrapper. Authors include Litchfield, Clarke, Fortune, Arlott, Whittington, etc. Two later books with the signature of Steve Waugh as issued and another signed by Irving Rosenwater. Odd faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1314:
Lot 1314
Bodyline. Selection of six books related to Bodyline. 'Cricket with the lid off'. A.W. Carr. 1935 (with tatty original dustwrapper), Body-Line?'. H. Larwood. London 1933, 'Ashes & Dust'. D.R. Jardine London 1934, Jardine Justified-The Truth about the Tests. B.Harris. London 1933, 'In Quest of the Ashes'. D.R. Jardine. London 1933 and 'Cricket' D.R. Jardine 1936. Some faults, generally good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1315:
Lot 1315
Ashes cricket. Selection of ten books including 'Those Ashes- The Australian tour of 1926'. M.A. Noble. 1927, 'The Fight for the Ashes 1928/29'. M.A. Noble. 1929, 'Gilligan's Men'. M.A. Noble 1925, 'Collins's Men'. A.E.R. Gilligan. 1926, 'The Game's the Thing'. Noble 1926, 'The Book Of The Two Maurices. M.C.C. Team Australasia 1929-30'. M.J. Turnbull & M.J.C. Allom. 1930, 'The Two Maurices Again. M.C.C. team South Africa 1930/31'. M. Turnbull & M. Allom. 1931 etc. Some faults, otherwise in good condition. Sold with four books, each signed by their author to title page or front end paper. 'Cricket Through the Covers'. Tom Graveney. London 1958, 'Cricket from the Middle'. Doug Insole. London 1960, 'The Gloves are Off'. Godfrey Evans. London 1960 and 'Wickets, Catches and the Odd Run'. Trevor Bailey. London 1986. All four with original dustwrapper
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1316:
Lot 1316
Glamorgan C.C.C. Yearbooks. A large quantity of Glamorgan Yearbooks with many duplicate copies. 1947 (2 copies), 1948, 1949 (4 copies), 1952 (2), 1953 (2), 1954 (2), 1956, 1960 (4), 1961 (2), 1964 (5), 1965 (2), 1966 (3), 1967 (2), 1968, 1970 (6), 1971 (7), 1973 (2), 1974 (8), 1975 (10), 1976 (8), 1977 (2), 1978, 1979 (3), 1980, 1981 (5), 1982 (2), 1983 (3), 1990 (5), 1991 (3), 1994 (3), 1995 (2), 1996 (5), 1997 (4), 1998 (7), 1999 (2), 2005, 2011 (8). Qty 131. A dealers box....
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1317:
Cricket books. Good and varied selection of books. Books include 'The Cricket Field'. J. Pycroft. London 1884, Ayres' Cricket Companion 1914, 'Cricket in the Weald. With Final Foot-notes to the previous Issues of this Series' by H.P.-T. Percy Francis Thomas. C.H. Richards, Nottingham 1929, 'The Memories of Dean Hole'. Samuel Reynolds Hole. London 1897, 'Wickets and Goals. Stories of Play'. J.A.H. Catton (Tityrus). London 1926, Yorkshire C.C.C. Annual 1939 etc. Odd edition signed, Buss, Trueman, Blofeld etc. Some faults, generally good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1318:
Lot 1318
Cricket histories and biographies. Six titles, four unusually with generally good dustwrappers. Titles are 'The Hambledon Cricket Chronicle 1772-1796', F.S. Ashley-Cooper, London 1924, 'The Summer Game. A Cricketer's Journal', Neville Cardus, London 1929, 'History of the Tests', Sydney Smith, reprinted London 1947 and 'The Larwood Story', Harold Larwood, London 1965. Also 'Twenty-Five Years Behind the Stumps', Herbert Strudwick, London 1926. Green cloth boards. 'From a Window at Lord's', E.H.D. Sewell, London 1937. Original decorative paper wrappers. Qty 8. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1319:
Lot 1319
'Grand Cricket Match'. Scarborough v Notts Forest Amateurs 1930. Official scorecard for the match played at the Scarborough Cricket Ground on the 25th August 1930. With handwritten message to verso. Horizontal folds otherwise in good condition. Sold with 'Scarborough Cricket Club Annual Report'. Official four page printed reports for 1909, 1913, 1915 and 1918. Plus more modern Annual Reports for 1990, 1992 to 1996, souvenir Programmes No. 4 and No.6 for the Scarborough Festival of 1954 and 1956 and ten 'Scarborough Cricket Club Centenary Cricket Festival 1986' first day covers. Odd faults, good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1320:
Cricket biographies/ autobiographies etc. Good and varied selection of thirty three books. Subjects include Warne, Grace, Thomson, Fender, Barrie, Cardus, J. Russell, Verity, Brett Lee, Mark Waugh, Ponsford & Woodfull, Hutton etc. Seven books signed by Warne, Brett Lee, Mark Waugh, Jack Russell, Ramprakash, Chris Gayle and Lamb. Nearly all with original dustwrapper, two paperback editions. Sold with a box of twenty eight varied general cricket books. In two boxes. G
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1321:
Cricket biographies/ autobiographies etc. Good and varied selection of thirty two books. Titles include 'Cricket' W.G. Grace 1891, 'My Life Story'. Jack Hobbs 1935, 'Recollections and Reminiscences'. Lord Hawke 1924, 'Life Worth Living'. C.B. Fry 1939 etc. Other subjects include Warner, Wyatt, Sutcliffe, Constantine, Laker, Leveson-Gower etc. Some with original dustwrapper. Some faults, generally good overall condition. Sold with a box of thirty eight varied general cricket books. In two boxes. G
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1322:
Cricket books. Good and varied selection of nineteen pre war books. Titles include 'A Few Short Runs'. Lord Harris. London 1921, 'Cricket with the lid off'. A.W. Carr. 1935, 'The Lighter Side of Cricket' Captain Phillip Trevor 1901, 'The Complete Cricketer'. A.E. Knight. 1911, 'Cricket Highways and Byways'. F.S. Ashley Cooper. London 1927, 'The Walkers of Southgate: A Famous Brotherhood of Cricketers'. W.A. Bettesworth. London 1900, 'Nottinghamshire Cricket and Cricketers'. F.S. Ashley Cooper. London 1923. Some with odd faults, good overall condition. One book poor. Sold with a box of twenty three various cricket histories, some large format. In two boxes. G
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1323:
'The Book of Cricket. A Gallery of Famous Players'. C.B. Fry 1895, 'Famous Cricketers & Cricket Grounds'. C.W. Alcock. London 1895 (with original wrappers) and 'Cricket of Today & Yesterday'. Percy Cross Standing. London 1902. Volumes I & II. The three large format cricket books from the turn of the 20th century. Two of the books rebound. Sold with four cricket histories, 'Annals of the Free Foresters 1856-1894'. W.K.R. Bedford and W.E.W. Collins. Edinburgh and London 1895, 'History of Yorkshire County Cricket 1833-1903'. Rev R.S. Holmes 1904 (faded and discoloured boards), 'The Eton Ramblers Cricket Club 1862-1880'. Philip Norman, London 1928 with decent dustwrapper. Odd faults, generally good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1324:
Cricket instructional books etc. Fourteen books including 'The Game of Cricket' Lonsdale Library. London 1930 (with decent dustwrapper), 'Cricket- Batsmanship'. C.B. Fry. 1912, 'Cricket and how to play it'. G. Jessop. London 1925, 'Bowling' M.S. Nichols, Blackie 1937, 'Batting'. H. Sutcliffe, Blackie 1937 (both with dustwrappers, odd faults), 'A Cricketer on Cricket'. W.J. Ford. London 1930, 'The Jubilee Book of Cricket'. K.S. Ranjitsinhji. Edinburgh 1897. Large subscribers edition, hand made paper, edges untrimmed, original cloth boards (ex-libris with faults) etc. Good selection
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1325:
Cricket writings and prose. Thirty six books, some with incidental cricket. Includes 'The Greenwood Hat'. J.M. Barrie 1937, 'The Little White Bird'. J.M. Barrie 1902, Marget Hughes, A.G. MacDonell, 'Between the Wickets'. Jack Hobbs 1927, De Selincourt, Beyond the Boundary'. C.L.R. James 1963 (ex-libris), lacking first end paper, Lucas, Cardus etc.
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1326:
Lot 1326
'Sussex Cricket in the Olden Time. With Glances at the Present'. A.D. Taylor 1900. Original green boards with printed title label to centre of the front board. Good condition. A scarcer title. Sold with a small selection of seven books with Sussex cricket interest including 'Jardine Justified'. Bruce Harris (with Sussex County Cricket Club official label 'Presented by A.E.R. Gilligan Esq, 14th August 1958' to inside front board, 'Duleep. A Centenary Tribute'. Vasant Raiji 2005, 'Sussex Cricket in the Eighteenth Century'. Timothy J. McCann 2004, 'Complete Record of Sussex C.C. 1728-1957. George Washer 1957 with signed note from Ossie Osbourn 1977 (Sussex Librarian), 'Cricket in the Park. The Life and Times of Lord Sheffield 1832-1909'. Roger Packham 2009, signed by the author
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1327:
Don Bradman. 'The Bradman Albums' Don Bradman. London 1988. Volumes 1 & 2 in slipcase. Sold with thirteen books on Bradman and Australian cricket. Authors include Moyes, Fingleton, Frith, Perry, Pollard etc. G
Estimate: £30/50
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Lot 1328
'Fresh Light on Pre-Victorian Cricket. A Collection of New Cricket Notices from 1709 to 1837'. G.B. Buckley. Birmingham 1937. Original dustwrapper with some wear and minor loss, some minor foxing. G
Estimate: £60/90
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Lot 1329
'The Cricketer's Hand-book containing The Origin of the Game, Remarks on Recent Alterations...'. New Edition. Robert Tyas, London 1841. 48pp plus adverts. Bound in original green cloth with gilt title and figure of a batsman to front, gilt to all edges. Lacking the frontispiece engraving of Lord's Cricket Ground. Padwick 377. Some wear to corners, some breaking to front internal hinges otherwise in good condition. An early manual on the game
Estimate: £200/300
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Lot 1330
'Feltham's Cricketer for 1878'. Edited by George H. West. London 1878. Original blue boards with titles in gilt to front board. Frontispiece image of Henry Jupp. Some breaking to front and rear internal hinges, minor wear to boards, odd minor faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
The second and last issue of 'Feltham's Cricketer'
Lot 1331:
Lot 1331
'The Norfolk Cricket Annual. Season 1889'. Edited by W.S. Barker and J.H. Hatch. First year of publication. Published by Jarrold & Sons, London and Norwich. Original printed card boards. Minor wear to spine and boards, slight age toning otherwise in very good condition. Sold with a further 1895 edition, 6th year of publication, bound in maroon boards with gilt titles, lacking original wrappers, red page edges. Edited by Robin H. Legge. Very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £150/250
The Annual ran in various editions from 1889-1898, 1909/10, 1910/11, 1926 and 1927
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Lot 1332
'The Cricket Year Book 1888'. Published by Abel Heywood & Son, Oldham Street, Manchester. Original pictorial boards. Old tape to spine, some soiling and age toning to boards otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
'The Cricket Year Book' ran for four years 1886-1889 and featured W.G. Grace to the front board
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Lot 1333
'The Athletic News Cricket Annual 1900'. Original wrappers featuring Tom Hayward to front wrapper and 'The Surrey Team of 1899'' to frontispiece. Some age toning to spine paper and to wrapper extremities otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1334:
Lot 1334
'The Derbyshire Cricket Guide for season 1911'. Compiled by L.G. Wright and W.J. Piper. Published by the Derby Daily Telegraph. Front wrapper worn and detached, rear wrapper in similar condition and almost detached, internally with some minor staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Originally published from 1885 until 1893 this handbook was known as the Derbyshire Cricket Annual. After a two year hiatus, it re-emerged in 1896 as the Derbyshire Cricket Guide, under which title it continued until 1939
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Lot 1335
'All About Surrey Cricket. The Oval Cricket Guide 1922'. Edited by Herbert J. Henley and E.J. Larby. London 1922. Original decorative wrappers. Some wear and signature of ownership to top border of front wrapper, some age toning and minor foxing internally otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
This was the 1st year of the annual which ran for only seven years
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Lot 1336
'Richards' Nottinghamshire Cricket Guide for 1924'. Edited by 'Incog' (F.S. Ashley-Cooper). Printed and published by C.H. Richards, Nottingham. Original pale blue wrappers. Some minor wear and age toning to wrappers otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Ashley-Cooper edited this Annual from 1920-1931
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Lot 1337
'Famous Cricketers'. R.Scott & Co, Manchester 1905. Portraits of the leading players in each county plus Trumper of Australia. 24pp. Some soiling/age toning to original wrappers, vertical crease, some nicks to page edges and splitting to spine otherwise in generally good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1338:
Lot 1338
'The Golden Penny' Cricket Album 1902. Special Photographic Groups of the Australians and all the first-class counties'. London 1902. Original pictorial wrappers. Some wear and damage to wrappers with small loss to lower border of the front wrapper and to spine edges, nicks small tears to page edges otherwise in good condition. Rare
Estimate: £100/150
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Lot 1339
'Some Recollections of Cricket' by Lord Charles J.F. Russell. H.G. Fisher, Woburn 1879. Small 8vo, 39pp, original red cloth, lettered in black (slightly soiled). Presentation copy to Rev. A.R. Ward (half title inscribed by the author, and with Ward's name and address at 46 Jesus Lane, Cambridge, later added; his signed pencil note on p. 11 indicating that Lord Charles Russell was the best known spectator at cricket, in the same way that Lillywhite, Pilch and Box were the best known players; "A Dream of the Past" attributed to G. Richmond in ms. Good/very good condition throughout. A rare book, only twelve copies are thought to have been published. Previously sold as lot 87 in the Christie's sale of November 2006
Estimate: £1800/2500
A.R. Ward (Cambridge University cricket), to whom this copy was given by the author, was the son of William Ward who is featured in Lord Russell's Recollections in some detail. Taylor p. 88, giving a limitation of 12 copies; Padwick 6762.
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'Felix on the Bat: Being a scientific inquiry into the use of the cricket bat: together with the history and use of the catapulta. Also, The Laws of Cricket as revised by the Marylebone Club'. Nicholas Wanostrocht. First edition. London 1845. Padwick 397. Forty pages with ten lithograph plates (seven hand-coloured), each with protective tissue interleaf bound before the plate. Rebound in green half leather with raised bands and gilt title, original decorative green cloth cover with gilt titles and cricket scene image bound in to the rear of the book, top edge gilt. Minor wear to leather boards, minor faults to marbled end papers, light foxing to outer pages at front and rear otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
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'Felix on the Bat: Being a scientific inquiry into the use of the cricket bat: together with the history and use of the catapulta. Also, The Laws of Cricket as revised by the Marylebone Club'. Nicholas Wanostrocht. Second edition. London 1850. Padwick 397. Fifty eight pages with unusually ten lithograph plates (seven hand-coloured). Bound in original green cloth with gilt title and cricket scene image to front, gilt to all edges. Minor wear and fading to cloth boards, some foxing and light soiling throughout the book, slight breaking to page block otherwise in good condition. Ink signature of 'S.M.[?] de Winton. 14th June 1850 or 59 [?] to front yellow end paper
Estimate: £180/250
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'Felix on the Bat; Being a scientific inquiry into the use of the cricket bat: together with the history and use of the catapulta; a dissertation on the different styles of bowling; with valuable suggestions as to the management of the field when employed under the operation of fast or slow bowling'. Nicholas Wanostrocht. London 1855. Third edition. Seven hand-coloured lithograph plates and illustrations in the text. Presentation copy with dedication handwritten in ink to half title page, 'Presented to Charles Sharpe Bracher, by his sincere friend and late pupil, Charles Wadham Wyndham Esq., of the Close, Salisbury. July 1859'. Original green decorative cloth with gilt illustration to front cover, all edges gilt. Padwick 397. Slight breaking to page block, some foxing, light wear to covers, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
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'The Cricket-bat and how to use it' by 'An Old Cricketer' (Nicholas 'Felix' Wanostrocht). London 1860. Original green patterned cloth with gilt illustration of batsmen at the wickets, and gilt title to spine. Padwick 398. Minor wear to spine, slight breaking internal hinges, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Padwick lists this title with a first publication date of 1861 but 'some copies have variant title page dated 1860' as does this copy
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Lot 1344
'Great Batsmen. Their Methods at a Glance', London 1907 reissue, and 'Great Bowlers and Fielders. Their Methods at a Glance', London first edition 1906. G.W. Beldam and C.B. Fry. Both volumes in original green cloth with gilt figures to front, gilt to top page edges (faded on 'Batsmen'). Breaking to internal hinges of both volumes, old tape repair to front internal hinge of 'Bowlers'. Some wear and slight staining to boards, with wear to head of the spine of 'Bowlers', otherwise generally good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £70/100
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Lot 1345
Cricket histories, biographies, handbooks etc. A selection of booklets, some with Sussex interest. Titles include 'Crickety Cricket', Douglas Moffat, London 1897. Presentation copy 'from the Author'. 'Pre-Victorian Sussex Cricket', H.F. & A.P. Squire, Henfield 1951. 'Catalogue of the Collection at "The Yorker"', Piccadilly, A. Lloyd-Taylor, London 1954. 'Alfred Mynn', Patrick Morrah, London 1963. 'Uncorrected Proof' copy in green paper wrappers. 'Essays on Arthur Haygarth', Roger Heavens, Cambridge 2000. Limited edition no. 27/208. I Zingari handbook for 1920, Ken Preston (Essex) benefit booklet, Sussex Cricket exhibition catalogue, Hove Museum 1978, Playfair Cricket Annual 1948 (first year of issue), a small assortment of Association of Cricket Statisticians publications etc. Odd faults, overall in good condition. Qty 15
Estimate: £30/50
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Lot 1346
'The Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes. 'Cricket'. A.G. Steele, R.H. Lyttleton, Duke of Beaufort, Editor. Eight copies of various editions, all in original decorative boards. Editions are 1888 (first edition, four copies), 1889 (third), 1890 (fourth), 1893 (revised fifth edition, two copies). Mixed condition, some with wear to boards, splitting to internal hinges etc. Sold with 'Cricket', W.G. Grace, Bristol 1891. Green cloth with bright gilts, good condition. Also three facsimile reprints of James' Lillywhite's Cricketers' Annual for 1883, 1884 and 1894. Good condition. Qty 12
Estimate: £30/40
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Lot 1347
Yorkshire cricket histories. Three volumes of 'History of Yorkshire County Cricket', covering '1833-1903', R.S. Holmes, London 1904, '1903-1923', A.W. Pullin ("Old Ebor"), Leeds 1924, and '1924-1949', J.M. Kilburn, Leeds 1950. Sold with 'Recollections and Reminiscences', Lord Hawke, London 1924. Minor wear to original boards, otherwise in good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £30/50
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Cricket tours 1912-1931. Five titles relating to pre-war cricket tours. 'Recovering the Ashes. An Account of the Cricket Tour in Australia 1911-12', J.B. Hobbs, London 1912, original stiffened decorative boards. 'With the 15th Australian XI', Sydney Smith Jnr., Sydney 1922. Some wear to decorative boards and spine. 'The Turn of the Wheel', P.G.H. Fender, London 1929. 'The Two Maurices Again', M.J. Turnbull and M.J.C. Allom, London 1931. 'The New Zealanders in England 1931', O.S. Hintz, 1931, original dustwrapper with small loss and annotations. Some faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
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Lot 1349
'Ashes- and Dust'. D.R. Jardine. London 1934. Unusually with original dustwrapper with some tears, but complete. G
Estimate: £40/60
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Lot 1350
'The Fight for the Ashes 1932-33'. J.B. Hobbs. London 1933. Original dustwrapper with small loss, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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'Body-line?'. Harold Larwood. Elkin Mathews & Marrot, London 1933. Signature of Larwood on card laid down to title page, signed in later years. Good original dustwrapper. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
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Lot 1352
'Anti Body-Line'. Alan Kippax & Eric Barbour. London 1933. Original decorative wrappers with light wear to spine. Minor foxing to pages otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1353:
Lot 1353
'Bodyline'. M.C.C. tour of Australia 1932/33. 'The Gripu Gallery. Cricket Souvenir of the English Team touring Australia 1932-1933'. Original pictorial covers. Rare small souvenir brochure for the tour with fixtures, pen pictures, player biographies, adverts etc. 48 pages. Printed by G.W. Hall of Sydney. Annotations to the page of fixtures, rusting to staples, otherwise in very good condition. Scarce in this condition
Estimate: £100/150
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Lot 1354
'Bodyline'. Australia v England 1932/33. 'Contenders and Defenders. The Ashes 1932/33'. Roy N. Connolly 1932. Pre tour Australian publication brochure with pictures, records, pen picture and biographies of the players. Original pictorial wrappers. Neat annotations in ink to two scorecard pages. Rusting to staples, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £120/150
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'Bodyline'. Australia v England 1932/33. 'The Sporting Globe Cricket Book 1932/33'. Compiled by E.H.M. Baillie (Bail). With M.C.C. itinerary, Ashes records, pictures of the Australian and England teams including Jardine, Woodfull, Bradman, Oldfield, Ponsford, Grimmett, Larwood, Voce, Allen etc, averages, M.C.C. records against the Australian states, Australian season 1931/32 results and averages, player profiles etc. to inside pages. Some minor ink staining to wrappers, small tape reinforcement to head and foot of spine, odd annotations to pages, otherwise in good condition. Scarce
Estimate: £60/90
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India and Pakistan cricket. 'Presenting Indian Cricket', Berry Sarbadhikary, Calcutta 1946, two hardback copies, one with original dustwrapper. Also six softback titles, 'India vs England 1971', Sunder Rajan, Bombay 1971. 'The Hat-Trick M.C.C. Tour of India 1972-73', Raghunath Rau etc., Bombay 1974. 'India vs West Indies 1974-1975', Sunder Rajan, Bombay 1975. 'One More Over. An Autobiography', E.A.S. Prasanna, Calcutta 1979. 'England in India 1984-85', Bal J. Pandit, Pune 1985. 'Cricket Ups and Downs. West Indies Tour of Pakistan in 1959', Qamaruddin Butt, Karachi 1960. Sold with seven hardback biographies, subjects are C.V. Grimmett 1930, Keith Miller 1952, Trevor Bailey 1954, Jack Cheetham 1956, Jim Laker 1960, John Reid 1963, and Victor Trumper 1981. The majority with good dustwrappers. G. Qty 15
Estimate: £30/50
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'Defending the Ashes 1932-1933', R.W.E. Wilmot "Old Boy", Melbourne 1933. Signed to the front endpaper by Wilmot. Original dustwrapper with loss and old tape repairs. 'The Fight for the Ashes in 1926', P.F. Warner, London 1926. Signed to the front endpaper in ink by the Australian umpire, George A. Hele. Splitting to internal hinges. 'Collins's Men', A.E.R. Gilligan, London 1926. Bound in blue cloth, with a copy of the softback front cover laid down to second endpaper. Ex libris Desmond Eagar, signed to the inside front cover in ink by Eagar. Sold with a selection of six hardback 1920s/1930s Test series histories etc. Some faults as described, otherwise in generally good condition. Qty 9
Estimate: £50/70
George Hele was a Test match umpire who stood in all five Tests in the infamous 'Bodyline' series of 1932/33
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'The All India Cricket Team in Australia 1947'. C.D. Parthasarthy. Sports Publications, Madras 1947. Official tour booklet produced to mark the first tour of the Indian team to Australia. Original colour decorative wrappers. 64pp. Padwick 5632. Wear to spine apparently from previous past binding, with old tape reinforcement to head and foot of spine. Otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Described as the 'All India' team, the tour actually took place shortly after the partition of India and Pakistan. Two members of the touring party, Amir Elahi and Gul Mohammad, later moved to and played for Pakistan
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Mr J.R. Mason. Kent C.C.C. Penny card written by 'A.C. (Cricket and Football Rhymster) [Albert Craig]' and published by the All England Athletic Publishing Co., Paternoster Square, 1898. Previously laid down with adhesive marks to verso, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
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'Ten Years of First Class Cricket In England 1894-1903'. Compiled by S. Santall, Warwickshire XI. Birmingham 1904. Original decorative red wrappers split and detached with some loss and creasing, internally in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
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Sussex Archaeological Collections. Two slim brochures by T. McCann. 'The Cricket Match at Boxgrove in 1662'. T. McCann. Sussex Archaeology 110, 1972, detailing the match held in the Churchyard at Boxgrove, Sussex. Also 'Cricket and the Sussex County By-election of 1741', 1976. VG
Estimate: £60/90
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'Australian Cricketers 1926. Portraits drawn from life and signed by each player'. Laurence East. London 1926. With seventeen full page illustrations of the 1926 touring team with printed signatures. Original pictorial covers. Minor wear, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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'The Ashes? Cricketures of the Australian and English Teams'. Frank Lee. Magnet Publishing Co. Melbourne 1937. 36pp. Original pictorial covers depicting Bradman and Allen. Book of caricatures of the players. Some faults to covers otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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'Death's Doings; Consisting of numerous original compositions in prose and verse...'. D.R. Dagley. London 1826, First edition. Bound in green leather with marbled boards, gilt titles to spine. Cricket content includes an engraving of 'The Cricketer' facing page 53, a poem 'The Game of Life: or Death among the Cricketers' on pp53-56 and an essay, 'Death and the Cricketer' on pp57-62. Padwick 6970. Some scuffing to boards and spine, breaking to front internal hinge with half title page partly detached, some staining to page edges affecting pp81-118, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
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'The Improvement of Cricket Grounds on Economical Principles'. J.A. Gibbs. Horace Cox, London 1895. Bound in green cloth, lacking original wrappers. Includes an original front wrapper slipped in, the wrapper with significant loss. Padwick 300. G/VG
Estimate: £20/30
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'The Famous Cricketer William Gunn, Full Account of his Cricket Career'. Third edition printed and published by C.H. Richards, Nottingham 1921. Original wrappers. Bound in green boards. Padwick 7629. Some wear to extremities of wrappers, small minor damage to rear wrapper otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
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'Pigskin and Willow with other Sporting Stories'. Byron Webber. London. Single volume edition of 1883. Original decorative red cloth with gilt titles and emblems to front and spine. Bookplate of Hampshire C.C.C. to inside front cover. Padwick 6131. Minor ageing and wear to covers and spine, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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'Lancashire County Cricket. A Complete Record of the Full Scores and Bowling Analyses... in 1864... up to the memorable year of 1881'. Compiled by F. Reynolds. Second edition. Published by John Heywood, Manchester, 1882. Bound in modern marbled boards and red leather, gilt title and raised bands to spine. Original wrappers retained. Page 147/8 facsimile. Padwick 2273. Some ageing and small nick to original front wrapper, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
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'The English Game of Cricket: Comprising a Digest of its Origin, Character, History and Progress....'. Charles Box. London 1877. Original decorative red cloth with titles in gilt, all edges gilt. Minor wear to boards and spine, damp staining to rear board. Internally in good/very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
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'The Strand Magazine'. Two bound volumes, nos. XV, January to June 1898 bound in red leather, and XIX, January to June 1905 bound in green quarter leather. Volume XV includes a three page article on 'What Makes a Cricket Ball Curl in the Air?' by F.M. Gilbert. Volume XIX with a five page article, 'The Australian Cricketers', by Plum Warner. Wear to boards of both volumes, the spine of Vol XV partly detached. Internally in good condition. Sold with 'Sportascrapiana. Facts in Athletics', edited by 'CAW', London 1868. Rebound in cloth with original wrappers and spine laid down. Heavy wear and some loss to original wrappers, internally in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £30/50
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'Ranji. The Authorised Biography'. Roland Wild. London 1934. 'The Games the Thing'. M.A. Noble. London 1926. Both titles with original dustwrappers with some loss, but otherwise good. Foxing to the Noble, otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
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Cricket tour books. Three titles by Plum Warner, 'How We Recovered the Ashes', London 1904, 'The M.C.C. in South Africa', London 1906, both in original cloth, and 'England v Australia. The Record of a Memorable Tour', London 1912, rebound in modern blue cloth. Sold with 'Gilligan's Men', M.A. Noble, London 1925, original green cloth, and 'Recovering the Ashes', Jack Hobbs, London 1912, original decorative boards with wear and loss to spine. Some faults, overall in good condition. Qty 5
Estimate: £30/50
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Cricket biographies and histories. Seven titles including 'Peter Steele The Cricketer', Horace G. Hutchinson, Bristol 1895. 'Scores of the Cricket Matches between Rugby & Marlborough', E.S. Andrew, London 1904. 'Recollections & Reminiscences', Lord Hawke, London 1924, 'Kent Cricket Matches 1719-1880', Lord Harris & F.S. Ashley-Cooper, Canterbury 1929. 'Silly Point', Arthur Clitheroe, London 1939 with good dustwrapper etc. Odd faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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'Cricket'. D.R. Jardine. London 1949. Good dustwrapper. Good condition
Estimate: £15/25
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Nottinghamshire cricket. 'A Cricketer's Yarns', Richard Daft, London 1926, two copies, one with rarer dustwrapper with some loss, otherwise good. 'Kings of Cricket', Richard Daft, Bristol 1893. 'Nottinghamshire Cricket and Cricketers', F.S. Ashley-Cooper, Nottingham 1923. Nice bright gilts. 'Trent Bridge. A History...', Peter Wynne-Thomas, Nottingham 1987. Qty 5. G
Estimate: £30/50
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'Cricket. A New Edition'. P.F. Warner, Badminton Library, London 1920. Good dustwrapper. 'My Cricketing Life', P.F. Warner, third edition, London 1923[?]. Qty 2. G
Estimate: £25/35
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'The Young Cricketer's Tutor. A new edition with an introduction by Charles Whibley'. John Nyren. London 1893. Original red cloth. Page edges untrimmed. Owner's name 'H.W. Warner' handwritten to inside front cover. Very good condition. Sold with 'Chronicles of Cricket'. Nyren, Lilywhite & Denison. Swan & Sonnenschein 1888, original green boards with titles in gilt to spine. 'The Light Side of Cricket'. E.B.V. Christian 1898, original decorative cloth boards. Qty 3. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Bowling 'Em Out'. Hedley Verity. London 1936. First edition with very good rare dustwrapper. G
Estimate: £30/50
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Gilbert Jessop. 'A Cricketer's Log', G.L. Jessop, London 1922. Brown cloth with gilt emblem to front and title to spine. Signed in ink to the half title page by Jessop and dated 'Sept 7 1922'. Includes an attractive decorative advertising flyer for the book tipped in to the page opposite the Illustrations index. Foxing to early page otherwise in good condition. Sold with 'G.L. Jessop. A Complete Record of his Performances in First-class Cricket', C.J. Britton, Birmingham 1935. Small loss and tear to otherwise good dustwrapper. G
Estimate: £50/70
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'Cricket Songs' Norman Gale. London 1894. Original decorative green cloth boards. Includes an original single page handwritten letter from Gale in which he informs the correspondent, 'But for the special copies- printed in green ink- of "Cricket Songs and other trifling verses", your set is complete'. Signed 'Norman Gale'. Good condition. Sold with 'The Game of Cricket'. Frederick Gale. London 1887. Some soiling to the original decorative boards, otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
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'Bradman The Great'. B.J. Wakley. London 1959. Excellent copy of this rare book with dust wrapper in good/very good condition. Lists every innings played by Bradman in first class cricket
Estimate: £40/60
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'M.C.C. 1787-1937'. The Times Publishing Company. London 1937. Bound in original blue leather with M.C.C. colours to covers and spine with gilt titles and gilt to top edges. Presentation copy to Leonard Green (Lancashire 1922-1935) with pencil inscription to front endpaper, 'L. Green July 15th 1937. Given by President M.C.C. to commemorate 150th Anniversary', and a hand drawn table plan of 'No. 2 Table' at which were seated 'L.G.' M.F. Jewell, Lord Tennyson, 'Old Sellers', and fellow Lancashire players, G.O. Shelmerdine, M.N. Kenyon, and P.T. Eckersley. Minor scuffs to boards, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £25/35
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The Ashes. England v Australia tour books. Box comprising a good selection of thirteen books relating to Ashes series. Titles include two by Percy Fender, 'The Tests of 1930. The 17th Australian Team in England', London 1930, and 'Kissing the Rod. The Story of the Tests of 1934', London 1934. Other Ashes series covered include 1926, 1928/29, 1932/33 ('Bodyline'), 1934, 1930, and 1936/37. Authors are P.F. Warner, Arthur Mailey, Bruce Harris, Douglas Jardine, Monty Noble, Geoffrey Tebbutt and Percy Cross Standing. Sold with a further box of twelve more recent tour books and histories. Titles include 'Cricket Task-Force. The Story of the 1950-51 Australian Tour', W.J. O'Reilly, London 1951, 'Cricket Crusaders. The West Indies in Australia 1951-52', Harold Dale, London 1952, both with dustwrappers, 'A History of Tasmanian Cricket', Roger Page, Tasmania 1957 etc. Qty 25 in total. G
Estimate: £50/70
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Cricket histories. Box comprising thirty one titles, mainly cricket histories. Titles include 'Jerks in from Short-Leg', 'Quid', London 1866. 'The Cambridge University Cricket Club 1820-1901', W.J. Ford, Edinburgh 1902. 'The Cricket-Field', Rev. James Pycroft, edited by F.S. Ashley-Cooper, London 1922. 'New Zealand Cricket Volume II 1914-1933', T.W. Reese, Auckland 1936, two copies, one with dustwrapper etc. Odd faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Cricket biographies. Box comprising seventeen titles, mainly biographies and autobiographies. Titles include 'Cricket', W.G. Grace, Bristol 1891. 'The Jubilee Book of Cricket', K.S. Ranjitsinhji, London 1897. 'Chronicles of a Country Cricket Club', A.E. Bayly & W. Briscoe, London 1900. 'The Memorial Biography of Dr. W.G. Grace', Lords Hawke & Harris, Sir Home Gordon, London 1919. 'Cricketing Memories', Frank R. Foster, London 1930. 'Playing for England! My Test-Cricket Story', Jack Hobbs, London 1931, with dustwrapper etc. Faults to some titles, overall in generally good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Plum Warner. Six hardback titles by Warner. 'Cricket in Many Climes', two copies with differing boards, both published in London 1900. 'The M.C.C. in South Africa', London 1906. 'The Book of Cricket', London 1911. 'England v Australia. The Record of a Memorable Tour', London 1912 (heavy wear). 'My Cricketing Life', third edition, London c.1921. Faults to some titles, overall in generally good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Yorkshire cricket. Ten histories and biographies etc. relating to Yorkshire cricket. Titles include two by A.W. Pullin, 'Old Ebor', 'Talks with Old Yorkshire Cricketers', Leeds 1898 (original front decorative board partially detached), and 'Talks with Old English Cricketers, London 1900. 'The History of Yorkshire County Cricket 1833-1903', R.S. Holmes, London 1904 (rebound). 'The Hon. F.S. Jackson', Percy Cross Standing, London 1904. 'Recollections and Reminiscences', Lord Hawke, London 1924. 'The Scarborough Cricket Festival', J.M. Kilburn, Scarborough 1948 etc. Some faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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Indian (and Pakistan) cricket histories, biographies etc. Nine titles including three hardbacks with good dustwrappers, 'Figures of Cricket', Sudhir Vaidya, London 1962. 'Lala Amarnath. Life and Times', Rajender Amarnath, Cheltenham 2007. 'The Tebbit Test. The Memoirs of a Cricketing Fanatic', Icki Iqbal, Cobham 2011. Also three softbacks, 'Ranji. A Centenary Album'. Vasant Raiji, Bombay 1972. Original decorative gold boards. 'Great Moments in Indian Cricket', Partab Ramchand, New Delhi 1977, and 'Portrait of Indian Captains', Dr. Narottam Puri, Calcutta 1978. Also three issues of 'Indian Cricket' for 1972, 1977 and 1982. G
Estimate: £30/50
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'With Stoddart's Team in Australia'. Prince Ranjitsinhji. Third edition, London 1898. Original green cloth with decorative boards and gilt titles to front and spine. Signed in pencil to the rear endpaper and inside back cover by thirteen members of the 1933 West Indies touring party, and ten other players and umpires, the majority of whom correspond with the first Test, England v West Indies, Lord's 24th-27th June 1933. West Indians' signatures are Grant (Captain), Headley, Wiles, Christiani, Francis, Da Costa, Achong, Merry, Martindale, Hoad, Roach, Valentine and Griffith. England signatures are Sutcliffe, Ames, Verity, Hulme, Macaulay, Leyland, Allen, Townsend, and the umpires Dolphin and Chester. Includes a cutting image of the West Indies touring party taken from 'The Cricketer', dated 24th June 1933. Breaking to internal hinges, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
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'Ranji. A Centenary Album'. Vasant Raiji, Bombay 1972. Original decorative gold boards. Wear to and creasing to boards and slight creasing to one corner of internal pages, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £20/30
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The Laws of Cricket. 'Hoyle's Games Improved', revised and corrected by Charles Jones, London 1796. Laws of cricket pp 215-218. Bound in contemporary brown calf. Slight splitting to hinges, otherwise in good condition. 'The Laws of Cricket as revised by the Marylebone Cricket Club in 1860', printed by J. Walton, Chesterfield. Original paper wrappers, bound in modern green cloth with the bookplate of A.E. Winder to inside front cover. 'Laws of Cricket as revised by the Committee of the Marylebone Cricket Club, 1884 and 1889', four page leaflet in modern leather and cloth slipcase with ribbon tie and bookplate of A.E. Winder to inside front cover. 'Deutscher Cricket-Bund Berlin. Cricket- Regeln' published c.1913. Original paper wrappers, front cover detached, bound in modern black cloth. Odd faults as described, otherwise in good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £80/120
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'A Correct Account of all the Cricket Matches which have been played by the Marylebone Club, and all other Principal Matches, from the year 1786 to 1822 inclusive...'. Henry Bentley. Printed by T. Traveller, London 1823. Bound in brown quarter leather and cloth with raised bands and title to spine, marbled endpapers, untrimmed pages. Includes three owners' signatures in ink, to the title page the signature of a 'Chas H. Pinnock', to the half title page, that of Robert Stratton Holmes in Liverpool, dated '7.10.[18]85' with inscription 'bought from C.P. [Charles Pratt] Green, 1 Park Villas, Malvern in response to advertisement in "Cricket" 24.9.[18]85" (both Holmes and Green were noted collectors of the period), and of John Arlott to front endpaper. Includes several handwritten annotations in ink to pages in Holmes' own hand with interesting references to notable cricketers who featured in the listed matches, including the Walker brothers, Harry and Thomas, of the Hambledon Club, 'Tom was most tedious to bowl to & one of the slowest runners between wickets. Harry was the hitter... [and] was the first who brought cutting to perfection: a late cut'. The match between 'Five of White Conduit Club, with Six Picked Men, against Eleven of England', 'The first match ever played on "Lord's" which was then on the present site of Dorset Square. This match was played for 1000 guineas'. William 'Silver Billy' Beldham, 'The greatest cricketer of his age... From the many times "run out" wd. appear to have been [a] bad judge of a run'. John Small, 'one of the original Hambledon Club. Played till 70 years old'. 'W. Clarke's first Great Match [1817] - now founder of the All England Eleven' etc. Includes the odd page of handwritten scores bound in for matches not originally listed. Padwick 1221. Front cover detached, repaired with modern tape to internal hinge. Some wear to spine, internally in good/ very good condition. A nice copy of this book with excellent provenance having previously passed through the hands of notable collectors
Estimate: £400/600
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'Rules and Instructions for playing at the Game of Cricket ... to which is subjoined the Laws and Regulations of Cricketters[sic]...' Thomas Boxall. London: Harrild and Billing, c.1802. Second edition, second issue, of the first practical treatise on the game, two parts in one volume, the second part containing the laws. 92pp. with 'A part of the Subscribers' page inserted between pp.vi and 7. The folding frontispiece engraving, title page and pp 11/12 are facsimile copies on aged paper. Contemporary brown calf/ marbled boards. Ownership name in ink to front endpaper of 'James Newman, Shipley July 3 1817'. Contained in a modern box. Padwick 373. Some creasing to covers, otherwise in good condition with expert restoration. Rare
Estimate: £2500/3500
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'Cricket'. British Standard Handbook No. 2'. J. & R. Maxwell. Spencer Blackett, London c.1882. Original decorative colour wrappers. Tipped in to modern blue cloth. Padwick 417. Some splitting to spine, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
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'Cricket'. T.C. Collings with contributions by T.A. Hearne, Albert Ward, M.A. Noble, P.F. Warner, Lord Harris, C.W. Alcock, F.G. Bull, and others. The Sports Library, London 1900. Bookplates of The Cricket Society (Northern Section) and Anthony Woodhouse. Padwick 415. Original green cloth with decorative covers. Some age toning to covers, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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'Cricket as it should be played'. By 'An Ex Captain'. Ward & Lock's Sixpenny Handbook Series, London c.1878. Original green decorative cloth covers. Padwick 428. G
Estimate: £30/50
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'The Game of Cricket. Cassell's Sixpenny Hand-books Series, London, 1866. Original green decorative boards with expertly restore spine. Ownership name in pencil to title page, 'Ja. W. Traill. 9 June 1869', and bookplate of Anthony Woodhouse. Padwick 432. G
Estimate: £30/40
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'Cricket'. W.G. Grace. Published by Heinemann and Balestier (The English Library) in Leipzig and Paris, 1892. Bound in modern tan cloth, original wrappers retained. Owner's name in ink to half title page of Robert Stratton Holmes, Wakefield, and dated 26th February 1893. Padwick 433. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Hints to Young Cricketers'. Lord Harris. John Wisden, London, and J. Burgiss Brown, Maidstone, 1896. Original decorative card wrappers. Tipped in to modern blue cloth. Padwick 436. Odd minor faults to original wrappers, otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £400/600
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'The First of June or Schoolboy Rivalry'. Rev. H.C. Adams. Routledge, Warne and Routledge, London, fifth edition 1862. References to school cricket throughout, with chapters VI and VII devoted to a cricket match, and includes three cricket related engravings including the frontispiece. Original cloth covers with ornate gilt title to front cover, title to spine worn and faded. Neat handwritten inscription in ink to front endpaper, 'A little Gift of Remembrance to Adolphus G. Schwartze from A.J.[?] Noble... 1862, The Groves, Camberwell'. Bookplates of J.W. Goldman and A.E. Winder to inside front cover. Padwick 6134. Loosely inserted is a typed letter, dated 25th May 1933, from C.K. Langley, a Birmingham solicitor, to the collector, C.J. Britton, referring to the loan of a book, and follows in a postscript with a reference to ' The First of June" by a parson named Adams'. The letter nicely signed by Langley. Some age toning and minor wear to the spine, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
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'History of the Cobham Cricket Club, from its foundation in 1850 to the close of the season of 1898'. Thomas Henry Baker of Owletts, Cobham. Rochester 1899. Bound in green cloth with gilt title to front cover, 'Fifty Years of Cobham Cricket 1850-1899'. Contents comprises year by year reports and match scores. Notable players featured include E.V. Bligh (Oxford University, Kent & Middlesex 1849-1864), his nephew, Ivo Francis Bligh (Kent, Cambridge University & England 1877-1883), who is recorded scoring 143 in a 'Married v Single' match played in 1874 when aged fifteen, Ivo's elder brother, Lord Clifton (Kent 1871-1879, six matches) etc. Padwick 2094 and handwritten inscription to front endpaper indicate this was limited to 100 copies. Owner's name of the collector, H.W. 'Plum' Warner in ink to front endpaper. Slight breaking to page block, light wear to covers, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £180/250
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'Bat v Ball. The Book of Individual Cricket Records, &c. 1864-1900'. Compiled by J.H. Lester. Boots Wholesale Printing and Stationery Department, Nottingham and London 1900. Four different editions of the title including the scarce 'Edition de luxe'. Editions are the pictorial 'strongly bound in cloth' edition with handwritten dedication in ink to title page 'To J.W. Goldman, with the compliments & kind regards of A.W. Shelton', dated 23rd May 1937. Goldman's bookplate to inside front cover. Publisher's note on page v indicates an 'Edition de luxe... is being arranged for'. The scarce 'Edition de luxe' is handsomely bound in black calf with marbled endpapers, gilt to page edges, gilt title to front cover and spine with raised bands to spine. Owner's name in ink to front endpaper of S. Sassoon, dated 17th August 1900. The paper edition with decorative pictorial paper wrappers, owner's name in ink to front wrapper of V.F.S. Crawford (Surrey & Leicestershire 1896-1910). The fourth copy was owned by Alfred J. Gaston's with Gaston's signature in ink to front endpaper, J.W. Goldman's bookplate to inside front cover, bound by Gaston in green cloth with gilt title to front, 'Bat & Ball, J.H. Lester. Cricket Curiosities, A.J. Gaston'. Lacking title, introduction and advertising pages. Padwick 118. Some wear to the wrappers of the pictorial paper edition, the others in good/ very good condition. Sold with an original single page prospectus with printed signatures addressed to 'Members of the M.C.C. of County and other Cricket Clubs' announcing the publication of and to seek subscribers to the 'special edition'. Tipped in to modern green cloth. Some foxing, otherwise in good condition. Qty 5
Estimate: £500/700
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'Poems on Several Occasions', James Love, Comedian (James Dance). Printed by R. Fleming. Third edition, Edinburgh 1754. Pages 1-22 comprise a poem titled 'Cricket, An Heroic Poem', considered to be one of the earliest description of a cricket match. Padwick 6445. Original full brown leather with gilt and raised bands to spine. Expert and contemporary repair to spine, minor foxing to internal pages, otherwise in remarkably good condition for the age
Estimate: £700/900
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'Cricket'. Hon. and Rev. E. Lyttleton. The All England Series, George Bell & Sons, London 1890. Original pictorial green cloth. Owner's name handwritten in ink to half title page of the collector, Robert Stratton Holmes, dated 'Liverpool. 13.6.[18]90', with Lyttleton's signature in ink on piece laid down below. On the opposite facing advertising page is a mono real photograph of a head and shoulders portrait of Lyttleton. Bookplate of J.W. Goldman to inside front cover, with pencil inscription, possibly in Goldman's hand, 'Autographs of Rev Stratton Holmes and the Author inserted'. Padwick 448.Slight breaking to page block and some age toning to spine, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Edward Lyttleton (Cambridge University & Middlesex 1875-1882) played thirteen matches for Middlesex and from 1905 to 1916 was headmaster of Eton
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'The Surrey Eleven in 1896. A Descriptive Record of the Matches Played in that Season'. James L. McCance. Merritt & Hatcher, London 1897. Rebound in green cloth, original decorative wrappers retained. Owner's name in ink to first advertising page of 'M.L. McCance'. Padwick 2687. A nice copy in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
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'Register of Cricket Matches played at Milton Abbas Cricket Club, 1876 to 1897'. Privately printed in Blandford, Dorset, on pale green paper throughout. Rebound in green cloth, original paper wrappers retained. Comprises scores for matches played for the period. Annotation in ink to original front wrapper, 'R.C. Watts from H.F. May 25 1907'. Watts appears to have been a player for the club. Inserted in a plastic wallet tipped in to the inside rear cover of the later binding is a sepia real photograph postcard of a cricket team, presumably Milton Abbas C.C., addressed to Watts in Weymouth and dated 'Whit Monday. June 12th/ [19]05'. Not recorded in Padwick. Light adhesive marks to the original spine, possibly from an earlier binding, some foxing and light wear, otherwise in good condition. Rare
Estimate: £400/600
Lot 1407:
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'A Few Hints on Cricket'. R.A.H. Mitchell. R. Ingalton Drake, Eton. Second edition 1887. Original paper wrappers with bookplate of A.E. Winder to inside front cover, acquired by Winder from John Arlott in 1979. Tipped in to modern blue cloth. Padwick 455. Foxing throughout, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1408:
Lot 1408
'Cricket. Containing Hints on, Bowling, Batting, Fielding, and Captaincy'. New Penny Handbooks, Ingram Clark & Co., Bristol 1898. Bound in modern blue cloth, original pictorial paper wrappers, featuring W.G. Grace, preserved. This was Grace's own copy, with a label to the inside of the original front wrapper for the Grace Library sale by Bearne's of Exeter, 1st July 1996. Padwick 418. G/VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1409:
Lot 1409
'The Oxford University Almanack and Register for the Year 1859'. Published by J. Vincent, Oxford, 1858. Comprises the laws of cricket and 47 pages of university and college match scores, including the names of notable players of the day including Nixon, Lockyer, Grundy and Martin as 'given men'. A match between the University and 'the Players engaged at Oxford for the Season' featured Lockyer and Grundy who were employed at the University during the season. Original limp blue wrappers with title label to front cover. Not listed in Padwick. Ex A.E. Winder collection. Slight bowing and fading to spine, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1410:
Lot 1410
'The Cricket Tutor' By the author of the 'Cricket Field' (James Pycroft). London 1862. First Edition. Original green limp cloth wrappers with title in gilt to centre. Wood engraving of a batsman to title page, three wood engraving of players in text. Ex B.J. Wakley collection. Padwick 395. Slight breaking to page block, otherwise in good/ very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1411:
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'A Lay of Modern Yorkshire (Some distance after T.B.M.)'. John Quill. E.T.W. Dennis & Sons, Scarborough 1898. Seventy line poem, in the style of T.B. Macaulay, dedicated 'To the Rt. Hon. The Lord Hawke and the members of the Yorkshire County Cricket Team, 1898'. The poem was written before the end of the season after they lost their first match to the 'wily men of Kent'. Later they lost to Surrey and Middlesex but won the County Championship easily. All the main players receive a line of praise. Bound in original stiff wrappers, and tipped in to modern cream cloth. Not listed in Padwick and no other copy has been recorded. Very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1412:
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'Cricket. A Popular Handbook of the Game'. G.A. Hutchison. 'The Boy's Own Bookshelf III', The Religious Tract Society, London 1887. Original decorative green cloth covers with gilt titles to front and spine. Signed to the front endpaper by Fred Gale, dated 'Nov 1887'. Gale contributed a chapter on 'Cricket Homilies'. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1413:
Lot 1413 Lot 1413
'Lambert's Critical Guide: A Further Critical Analysis'. Col. R.S. Rait-Kerr. Eight page original offprint from 'The Cricketer' Spring Annual 1949. The pages include original advertisements but are unnumbered, possibly run off for Rait-Kerr, the author of the article, who was at the time Secretary of the M.C.C. The content of the article relates to the thirteen issues of the 'Laws of Cricket' known at the time. The article, purchased by Winder from John Arlott in 1979, is contained in a modern green slipcase with the Winder's bookplate to the inside front cover. Also included are six small pages of handwritten notes in an unknown hand concerning the Lambert family, and alluding to Lambert 'selling' matches, and a single page handwritten letter from F.S. Ashley-Cooper to G.N. Weston on the editions of the Cricketer's Guide. Horizontal and vertical folds to the article, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1414:
Lot 1414 Lot 1414
'The Jubilee Book of Cricket'. K.S. Ranjitsinhji. Fourth edition, Edinburgh 1897. Original blue cloth with gilt title to spine. Handwritten inscription in ink to front endpaper, 'R. Poore from H.M. [Poore] January 19th. The book has many of the photographic plates bookmarked with a card, each with a handwritten reference, probably in Poore's own hand. Padwick 467. Some breaking to internal hinges, the inscribed endpaper becoming detached. Minor wear to spine, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Robert Montague Poole (Europeans, Hampshire & South Africa 1892-1914) played in three Tests for South Africa in 1895/96. His first-class cricket in England was restricted due to his military duties, but he finished the 1899 season as the leading batsman, scoring 1551 runs at an average of 91.23 including a top score of 304 against Somerset at Taunton.

Padwick 677-1 refers to an unseen typescript of a book by Poore on cricket technique dated 1928, and it is assumed that this Ranjitsinhji title was used as source material
Lot 1415:
Lot 1415
'A History of Lords and Commons Cricket'. Eric E. Bullus M.P. Westminster 1959. A history of parliamentary cricket in Westminster. Decorative card wrappers. Handwritten dedication from 'Peggy Pusey who was associated with the Houses of Parliament for 39 years'. Padwick 1306. Slight ageing and wear to wrappers otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1416:
Lot 1416 Lot 1416
'Sketches of the Players'. William Denison. London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., Rudolph Ackermann, R. Dark [and others], 1846. 76pp plus advertising pages. Contained in modern green slipcase. Padwick 876. Original printed buff wrappers. Some flaking to spine and age toning to wrappers with slight splitting at hinges, otherwise in good/ very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £1300/1600
Lot 1417:
Lot 1417 Lot 1417 Lot 1417
'I Knew A Man. W.G. Grace'. A.C. MacLaren. Original nine page typed transcript of a broadcast given by MacLaren on BBC Radio, 25th October 1935, with the odd handwritten corrections and additions, presumably by the author. A fascinating study of W.G. recording many moments between the two great batsmen. MacLaren succeeded Grace as captain of England. Tipped in to modern blue cloth. Padwick 6800-1. G/VG
Estimate: £300/500
A full, corrected version of the script is featured as an appendix in 'Archie. A Biography of A.C. MacLaren' by Michael Down
Lot 1418:
Lot 1418
'Sevenoaks and Vine Cricket 1731-1959'. K.J. Smart. Sevenoaks 1959. Original card wrappers. Slight splitting to wrappers, rusting to staples, otherwise in good condition. Sold with an original official mono photograph of the 1959 Sevenoaks Vine team, seated and standing in rows wearing cricket attire in front of the pavilion. Unmounted, 10"x7". Slight creasing, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £18/25
Lot 1419:
Lot 1419
'With the 15th Australian XI- A complete record of the team's tour throughout Great Britain and South Africa'. Sydney Smith Jr (Manager). Sydney 1922. Original cloth-backed pictorial boards. Wear to spine. One folding plate and other illustrations. Padwick 5030. Minor wear to boards, internally in very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1420:
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'An Epistle from Alexander M'C Fisher, of Stockton, to his friend Michael O'Higgins, of London'. Printed by R. Firth, High Street, Stockton, 1846. Eight page booklet containing a poem praising the charms and attractions of Stockton including the food and drink, the theatre, schools, High street, shops etc. and six lines on the cricket club (founded in 1816), including 'Our Cricket Club, Mike, or the members are such/ That no language of mine can extol them too much', comparing them to those of 'the Mary-le-bone'. Tipped in to modern blue cloth, original plain wrappers retained. Not listed in Padwick or recorded in other collections. Some ageing to original wrappers, otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1421:
Lot 1421
'The Winchester Register of Cricketing and Athletic Sports' 1858-1866. Complete run of nine issues for 1858 (first year of issue), 1858/59, 1859/60, 1860/61, 1861/62, 1863, 1864, 1865 and 1866 (last issue). Printed by D. Nutt / Nutt and Wells/ J. Wells of Winchester. Original paper wrappers. Ownership name in ink to front cover of each issue for H.B. or J.B.W. Forster. Bookplate of A.E. Winder to front cover of all issues. The first three issues include appearances by John William Haygarth (Oxford University 1862-1864), cousin of Arthur Haygarth. Odd faults and staining to some issues, overall in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £130/160
J.W. Haygarth emigrated to Australia in 1865 and played no first-class cricket after leaving England
Lot 1422:
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'Holiday Sports and Pastimes for Boys'. H.D. Richardson. William S. Orr, London 1848. Original elaborately decorative colour boards, gilt to page edges. Contains a chapter on cricket, including the score of the Hambledon Eleven, including Lumpy and Bullen, against All England in 1777 when they made a total of 403 (Aylward 167) 'against some of the best bowlers England could at that time produce'. Owner's name in ink to front endpaper of Sydney Santall (Warwickshire 1894-1914). Some wear and age toning to boards and internally, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1423:
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'Cricket'. A.G. Steel and R.H. Lyttleton. The Badminton Library. Second Edition, London 1888. Owner's name boldly inscribed to second endpaper, 'Charles F. Pardon, 112 Fleet Street, E.C. Office Copy'. Splitting to internal hinges, frontispiece partly detached. Heavy age toning and some wear to boards and internally, otherwise in fair condition
Estimate: £40/60
Charles Pardon was editor of Wisden from 1887 to 1880 and was succeeded on his death by his brother, Sydney. The brothers were members of the family who ran the Cricket Reporting Agency from this office
Lot 1424:
Lot 1424
'A Cricketer's Prologue. Spoken in the Kentish Dialect, before the Play of "The Poor Gentlemen," at the Theatre, Canterbury, during the great Cricket Match, August 1st, 1842'. Tom Taylor. A forty five line single page printed verse delivered by 'The speaker [who] is carried on, struggling, by three men, who disappear, leaving him in astonishment'. The verse comprises references to local Kent cricket, mention of Pilch, Lillywhite and Fenner, 'Let Sussex boast her Taylor, Kent her Mynn', and a footnote referring to C.G. Taylor having damaged his arm etc. Handwritten annotation in ink states, 'This match originated the Canterbury Week', and in another hand, '[Written by Tom Taylor]'. A further note at the foot of the page reads, 'Given to me by F.P. Fenner, when calling upon him at his hotel, the "White Lion", Bath, Tues 21 May 1889', with additional comments in pencil by C.J. Britton, claiming that the later notes were written by 'Walter Baily Esq whose vols of S&B I bought...'. The sheet, with bookplate of A.E. Winder to verso, is housed in a modern slipcase with ribbon ties, with a second Winder bookplate to the inside front cover. Padwick 2089-1. No other copy known. Small stain to the original sheet, some adhesive marks to left edge from a previous binding, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £500/800
Lot 1425:
Lot 1425
'Verses Composed on a Cricket Match played at Willoughby, May 6th, 1862'. Original poem comprising twenty six stanzas of four lines each, printed to a single page tipped in to modern cream cloth. The poem is an account of a match 'At Willoughby on Tuesday last'. A number of the team members are mentioned, such as 'Slogger', 'Slasher', 'Young Rowe', 'The Swiper', 'Allix [sic] with his dodgy play' etc. Odd annotations to the margins identify 'Slogger' as 'R. Palmer', and 'The Swiper' as E. Rowe, and at the foot of the page, the initials 'N.C.A.' are written, possibly that of the author. No record of the match can be found. Not listed in Padwick. Horizontal fold and light foxing, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1426:
Lot 1426 Lot 1426
'Cricket Between Two Wars'. Sir Pelham Warner. London. Seventh impression, 1943. Owner's name handwritten to front endpaper of the football and cricket journalist, Eric Todd, dated 'Glasgow. May 1944'. Odd nicks to otherwise good dustwrapper. Sold with an original 'Memorandum of Agreement' issued by the publisher, Chatto and Windus of London, to Warner relating to the publishing of this title, signed by the publisher, accompanied by a single page typed letter from Haddon Wittaker of Sporting Handbooks to Warner dated 25th September 1946, agreeing to a 15% royalty. Both items in modern yellow slipcase with a facsimile of the book's dustwrapper to the front cover. Bookplate of A.E. Winder slipped in. VG
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1427:
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'La Tranca Juego Atletico'. J.W. William. Buenos Aires 1881. 17pp. Spanish adaptation by Williams, with additional material, of Routledge's 1867 edition of 'Handbook of Cricket' (Padwick 394), this being a contemporary albumen facsimile copy of the original, additionally with page 17 reproduced from the copy held at Lord's. Bound in modern black cloth. Padwick 481. Age toning and old tape reinforcement to some page edges, otherwise in good condition. Rare
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1428:
Lot 1428
'Cricket, and How to Play It'. John Wisden. Champion Handbooks series, Henry Lee, London c.1868. Original colour pictorial wrappers. Padwick 482. Tape reinforcement to spine, other odd faults, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1429:
Lot 1429
'A "Bawl" for American Cricket, dedicated to American youth'. Jones Wister. Philadelphia 1893, privately published. Illustrated. Owner's name of F.S. Ashley-Cooper handwritten in ink to original half-title page. Rebound in blue cloth, original pictorial paper wrappers retained. Ex J.W. Goldman collection. Previously sold as lot 251 in the Goldman Collection sale of 1955. Padwick 483. Small loss to top corner of original front wrapper, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1430:
Lot 1430
'Cricket'. Frederic Wood. Warne's Bijou Books series, London 1866. Original very small format book in original green decorative cloth with tooled gilt illustration and title to front cover. Gilt to page edges. Sale plate to inside front cover for the H.A. Cohen sale of 1995. Padwick 485. Good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1431:
Lot 1431
'The Cricket Calendar, a pocket diary containing all the chief fixtures for the season arranged in chronological order'. Published by Murby, Virtue, Wright & Co. and Cricket Press, London, 1869-1914. Complete set of forty six annual issues from 1869 (first issue) to 1914 (forty sixth and final year of issue). Various compilers including G. Kelly King, C.W. Alcock, P. Cross Standing, Charles Plairre, H.L. Bourke, J.N. Pentelow, Sidney Billingham, A. Sinclair etc. All issues bound in original publisher's cloth, with the exception of the 1870 which appears to have been rebound later. The majority with the ownership signature of the writer and collector, R.S. Holmes, also E.G. Wynyard (1901) with handwritten notes of his performances. The 1894 and 1896 issues with the bookplate of J.W. Goldman. Padwick 1155. Odd minor faults, overall in good/ very good condition. Rare to see a complete set of this annual
Estimate: £1400/1800
Lot 1432:
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'The Dawn of Cricket'. Compiled by H.T. Waghorn. Published by the Marylebone Cricket Club. London 1906, with accompanying M.C.C. compliment slip. Sold with 'Cricket Scores, Notes, &c. From 1730-1773. Written as reported in the different newspapers....'. Compiled by H.T. Waghorn. London 1899. Both titles in original red cloth. Qty 2. G/VG
Estimate: £140/160
Lot 1433:
Lot 1433 Lot 1433
'Chats on the Cricket Field'. W.A. Bettesworth. London 1910. Presentation copy to 'E. Penton Esq.' from Bettesworth with handwritten inscription to second endpaper 'with W.A. Bettesworth's compliments'. Original green cloth with gilts tiles to front cover and spine. Padwick 7175. Light wear to board and spine extremities, nick to head of spine, otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
The book contains a collection of interviews which Bettesworth conducted for 'The Cricket Field' and 'Cricket' magazines between 1892 and 1906 and published in one volume by Bettesworth
Lot 1434:
Lot 1434 Lot 1434
'Wickets in the West or, The Twelve in America'. R.A. Fitzgerald. London 1873. The account of the M.C.C. tour to North America in 1872 led by Fitzgerald. Publisher's original maroon cloth with gilts to front cover and spine. Replacement endpapers with former ownership labels laid down to inside front cover and front endpaper, one 'from H.B.B.' dated 1875. Padwick 4895. Light wear to covers with small stain to front, otherwise a good copy
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1435:
Lot 1435
Arthur Mailey. Two titles by Mailey. 'Caricatures of the Australian XI. English Tour 1953'. Inscription to inside front cover. In modern green slip case. Good condition. 'Who's Who in Test Cricket. England v Australia 1920-1921'. In blue slipcase. Wear and repairs to original wrappers, foxing throughout, only fair condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1436:
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'Cricket Notes, with a letter containing Practical Hints, by William Clark...'. William Bolland. London 1851. Original decorative cloth covers and spine paper with cricket bat and ball in gilt, in modern slipcase. Appears to be James Grundy's copy inscribed in ink to front endpaper, 'James Grundy, Cricketer, Carrington, Nottingham...'. Handwritten inscription to inside front cover, apparently in the hand of A.W. Shelton, President of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club in the 1930s, dated 10th April 1936, in which he records, 'A copy of this book was presented to Mrs Grace (mother of E.M., W.G. and F.G. Grace), by William Clarke ("Father of Nottinghamshire Cricket"), Secretary All England XI, Bristol v 22 [of] West Gloucestershire in 1854)' and quotes a reference from p87 of H.S. Altham's 1926 book, 'A History of Cricket', which describes Clarke presenting copies of this book while captain of the All England XI to Grace, and also to Richard Daft, whose copy was previously sold by Knights. Grundy was a member of the All England team under Clarke. Padwick 867. Wear and age toning to covers, repair to internal hinges, otherwise in good condition. Slipped in is an original carte de visite photograph of Grundy by McLean, Melhuish, Napper & Co., London. The photograph very faded and stained
Estimate: £100/150
William Bolland was President of the I Zingari cricket club. James 'Jemmy' Grundy was one of the leading round arms bowlers of the period and was a member of the first England touring party overseas, to North America, in 1859
Lot 1437:
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'Our Village. Sketches of Rural Character and Scenery'. Mary Russell Mitford. New Edition. First Series, London 1863. Includes a chapter, 'A Country Cricket Match'. Original patterned publishers cloth with gilt title to spine. Odd cutting engravings laid down to front and rear advertising pages. Padwick 5906. Breaking to page block and internal hinges. Odd plate detached. Some foxing otherwise in fair/ good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1438:
Lot 1438 Lot 1438
'The Cricket Tutor By the author of the Cricket Field [James Pycroft]'. First Edition London 1862. Original green limp cloth wrappers with title in gilt to centre. Wood engraving of a batsman opposite title page, three wood engraving of players in text. Padwick 395. Title page becoming cleanly detached, otherwise in good/ very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1439:
Lot 1439 Lot 1439
'The Cricket Field or The History and the Science of Cricket'. J. Pycroft. Boston 1859. Rare first American edition. 238pp. Original decorative boards. 'James Pycroft' annotated in pencil to title page. Ex Haverford College Library, C. Christopher Morris Collection. Padwick 394. Replacement spine with title label laid down, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
The frontispiece wood-engraving of Clarke differs to that in the English editions, and there is no 'batsman' plate. The 'Preface to the American edition' gives an account of Clarke's career by William H. Bray
Lot 1440:
Lot 1440
'Great Batsmen Their Methods at a Glance' and 'Great Bowlers and Fielders Their Methods at a Glance'. George W. Beldam and Charles B. Fry. London 1905 and 1906. The two volumes in original green cloth with gilt illustrations to fronts and gilt titles to spines, gilt to top edges, in modern slip case. Slight fading to spines, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £130/160
Lot 1441:
Lot 1441 Lot 1441
'Fifty Years' Cricket Reminiscences of a Non-Player'. W.E. Howard. Old Trafford, Manchester 1928. Bound in brown card with printed titles to front and spine. Possibly a proof copy. Ownership name written to title page of 'R.A. Boddington Esq.' with dedication handwritten in ink, 'An appreciation for the kind treatment received in the past. W.E. Howard'. Padwick 7725. Foxing throughout, otherwise in good condition. Rare
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1442:
Lot 1442
'Talks With Old Yorkshire Cricketers' by 'Old Ebor' (A.W. Pullin). Second edition, Leeds 1898. Original pictorial covers in very good condition. Also 'Old English Cricketers', 'Old Ebor', Edinburgh 1900. 'Cricket. A popular handbook of the game', edited by G.A. Hutchison, Religious Tract Society, London 1887. 'Chronicles of Cricket', Nyren, Lillywhite & Denison, London 1888. 'Echoes from Old Cricket Fields', Frederick Gale, London 1896. Rebound in grey cloth, original card wrappers retained. 'The Cricket Annual 1892', Wm. Dewar, London 1892. 'At the Sign of the Wicket', E.B.L. Christian, Bristol 1894. Rebound in blue cloth, original wrappers retained. 'The Crisis in Cricket and the "Leg Before Rule"'. R.H. Lyttelton, London 1928. Various faults, overall in good condition. Qty 8
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1443:
Lot 1443
'South African Cricket 1919-1927'. M.W. Luckin. Published by the author, Johannesburg 1928. Original green cloth. Light fading to the cloth otherwise in good condition. Sold with 'South African Cricket 1927-1947', Louis Duffus, Johannesburg 1948, original green cloth, and 'South African Cricket 1947-1960', Brian Bassano, Turners Hill 1996 in softback. Good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1444:
Lot 1444
'Lillywhite's Guide to Cricketers containing full directions for playing the noble and manly game of cricket' 1852. Fifth edition. Frederick Lillywhite, W. and T. Piper, London. Original paper wrappers. 104pp. Pages checked and complete. Padwick 1086. Odd minor annotations. Wrappers worn and stained with small loss to extremities and spine. Slight staining to lower edge of some pages, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/350
Lot 1445:
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Cricket, football and sporting fiction. Titles with dustwrappers include '"Quills". A Tale of School-days at Bedinghurst', W. Rhoades, London 1918. 'The Eight Days' Feud', G.H. Tempany, London 1929. 'Gauvinier takes to Bowls', H. de Selincourt, London 1949. 'Close of Play', A. Miller, London 1949. 'The Duffer of Danby', M. Poole, London c.1950. 'Mortimer Also', J. Rice, Kingswood 1968 etc. Others include 'Baxter's Second Innings', H. Drummond, fifth edition, London 1898. 'Chronicles of a Country Cricket Club', A.E. Bayly, London 1900. 'The Hill', H.A. Vachell, London 1906. 'Cresley of Gressingham', G.L. Jessop, London 1924 etc. Qty 14. Mixed condition, overall fair to good
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1446:
Lot 1446
'Collins's Men'. A.E.R. Gilligan. Arrowsmith, London 1926. Some age toning and small loss to otherwise good dustwrapper. G
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1447:
Lot 1447
'Ranji. The Authorised Biography'. Roland Wild. London 1934. Slight wear to original, rarely seen, dustwrapper. Ex libris. G
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1448:
Lot 1448
'The Game's The Thing'. M.A. Noble. London 1926. 'The Greatest Test Match'. John Marchant. London 1926. Both titles with dustwrappers with odd faults, otherwise good. Sold with three postwar titles, 'Cricket Heritage', W.J. Edrich, London 1948. 'Talking of Cricket', Ian Peebles, London 1953. 'The Fight for the Ashes 1953', Peter West, London 1953. All with generally good dustwrappers. Qty 5. G
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1449:
Lot 1449
Don Bradman Flicker Book. No.1 'On Drive and Off Drive'. Flicker Productions Ltd, London, 1930. Some wear to cover, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1450:
Lot 1450
Don Bradman. 'The Bradman Albums'. Queen Anne Press, London 1987. First edition, Volumes I & II. Cloth covers, gilt titles to fronts and spines. Slip case. 'The Art of Cricket', Don Bradman, London 1958, two copies, one with dustwrapper, some loss to dustwrapper. 'Bradman. An Australian Hero', Charles Williams, London 1996. Also 'A History of Australian Cricket', Chris Harte, London 1993. Qty 5. G/VG
Estimate: £20/30
Lot 1451:
Lot 1451
'A Bibliography of Cricket'. E.W. Padwick. London 1977. Second Edition. Sold with Volume II published 1991, both with good dustwrappers. Sold with a box of large format titles including good reference to collecting. Titles include 'Men in White. The History of New Zealand International Cricket 1894-1985', D.O. Neely, R.P. King & F.K. Payne, Auckland 1986. Good dustwrapper. 'The Noblest Game', Neville Cardus & John Arlott, London 1969 in card slipcase. Slight faults to dustwrapper. Good condition. Qty 20
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1452:
Lot 1452
Cricket biographies. 'Annals of Cricket', W.W. Read, London 1896. 'With Bat & Ball', George Giffen, London 1898. 'Seventy-One Not Out. The Reminiscences of William Caffyn', edited by 'Mid-On' (Richard Daft), Edinburgh 1899. 'Alfred Shaw, Cricketer', A.W. Pullin ('Old Ebor') and Alfred Gaston, London 1902. 'G.L. Jessop', C.J. Britton, Birmingham 1935. Original dustwrapper with small loss. Qty 5. G
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1453:
Lot 1453
Cricket biographies. 'Forty Seasons of First-Class Cricket', R.G. Barlow, second edition, Manchester 1908. 'Edward Mills Grace. Cricketer', F.S. Ashley-Cooper, London 1916. 'The Memorial Biography of Dr. W.G. Grace', Lords Hawke and Harris, Home Gordon, London 1919. 'Kings of Cricket', Richard Daft, Bristol 1893, with replacement endpapers. Qty 4. G
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1454:
Lot 1454
Hambledon and Hampshire cricket. 'The Hambledon Men', E.V. Lucas, London 1907. 'Hambledon Cricket and the Bat and Ball Inn', Diana Rait Kerr, Chichester 1951. 'Hambledon. The Biography of a Hampshire Village', John Goldsmith, Chichester 1994. Signed by the author. 'Hambledon. The Men and the Myths', John Goulstone, Cambridge 2001. 'The Glory Days of Cricket. The Extraordinary Story of Broadhalfpenny Down', Ashley Mote, London 1997. Also 'Kissing the Rod', P.G.H. Fender, London 1934. This was Harry Altham's copy, inscribed to front endpaper, 'H.S.A. from R.G.P. 31.7.[19]52'. Sold with four other modern Hampshire related titles. Qty 9. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1455:
Lot 1455
'The Story of Warwickshire Cricket 1882-1972'. Leslie Duckworth. London 1974. Very good dustwrapper. 'Warwickshire County Cricket Club. A History', G.W. Egdell and M.F.K. Fraser, Birmingham 1946. Original dustwrapper with some faults. 'A History of the Worcestershire County Cricket Club 1844-1950', W.R. Chignell, Worcester 1951. Qty 3. G
Estimate: £20/30
Lot 1456:
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'The Young Cricketer's Tutor; comprising full directions for playing the elegant and manly game of Cricket; with a complete version of its laws and regulations'. John Nyren. Edited by Charles Cowden Clarke. London. Effingham Wilson 1833. 126pp plus 36pp of advertising. First edition. Engraved frontispiece of Lord's Cricket Ground. Original green boards with printed paper label to centre. Padwick 390. Some foxing to frontispiece, otherwise in good very condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1457:
Lot 1457
'G.L. Jessop. A Complete Record of his Performances in First-class Cricket'. C.J. Britton. Cornish Brothers, Birmingham 1935. A nice copy in good dustwrapper. G/VG
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1458:
Lot 1458
'The History of Yorkshire County Cricket 1833-1903'. R.S. Holmes. London 1904. Original blue cloth with significant light fading. 'History of Yorkshire County Cricket 1924-1949'. J.M. Kilburn. Published by the Club 1950. Original blue cloth with gilt to front and spine. 'A History of Yorkshire Cricket', J.M. Kilburn, London 1970. Good dustwrapper. 'Over the Summers Again. A History of Harrogate Cricket Club', George L. Greaves, Harrogate 1976. Good dustwrapper. 'A Century of Yorkshire County Cricket' booklet published by The Yorkshire Post in 1963. Qty 5. Odd minor faults, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1459:
Lot 1459
Lancashire histories. Eight titles including 'Lancashire County Cricket 1864-1953'. A.W. Ledbrooke. London 1954. 'Second Innings. The Revival of Lancashire Cricket'. T.C.F. Prittie and John Kay. Altrincham 1947. 'Old Trafford'. John Marshall. London 1971. Uncorrected proof copy in brown card wrappers with printed title to front. 'Lancashire Cricket at the Top', Vernon Addison and Brian Bearshaw. London 1971. Dustwrapper. 'Heads or Tails? Lancashire Captains 1865-1991'. Roy Cavanagh 1992. Limited edition no. 211/1000 etc. G
Estimate: £20/30
Lot 1460:
Lot 1460
'Gentlemen v Players. With introduction and history of the contest since its origin in 1806. Full scores...'. Percy C. Standing. London 1892. Rebound in green cloth with original printed wrappers retained. Padwick 3063. Some wear to original wrappers and old tape repairs to internal hinges, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1461:
Lot 1461
The Ashes. Six titles including 'With Stoddart's Team in Australia', Prince Ranjitsinhji, London 1898. Rebound in modern quarter leather with marbled boards, lacking original wrappers. 'Recovering the Ashes. An Account of the Cricket Tour in Australia 1911-12', J.B. Hobbs, London 1912. 'Collins's Men', A.E.R. Gilligan, London 1926. 'Defending the Ashes 1932-1933', R.W.E. Wilmot, Melbourne 1933. Also 'Spin Me A Spinner', Richie Benaud, London 1963, and 'Simpson's Australians. The England Tour 1964', E.M. Wellings, London 1964, both with very good dustwrappers. Odd minor faults, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1462:
Lot 1462
'Annals of the West Kent Cricket Club 1812-1896'. Philip Norman. London 1897. Original green and cream cloth, gilt titles to front and spine. Light wear to boards, some foxing, otherwise in good condition. Sold with 'Middlesex County Cricket Club 1921-1947', Volume III. N. Haig, London 1949. Original red cloth. Good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1463:
Lot 1463
John Arlott. Three non-cricket titles by Arlott. 'Landmarks. A Book of Topographical Verse for England and Wales', edited by G. Rostrevor Hamilton and John Arlott, Cambridge 1943. 'Krug House of Champagne', John Arlott, London 1976. Both with good dustwrappers. 'The Snuff Shop', John Arlott, London 1974. Original blue cloth. G
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1464:
Lot 1464
Australian Cricket. Four histories. 'A History of Queensland Cricket', E.H. Hutcheon, Brisbane 1946. Original red cloth. 'With the compliments of the Queensland Cricket Association' label to front endpaper. Ex Gloucestershire County Cricket Club. 'First-Class Cricket in Australia. Vol. 1 1850/51 to 1941/42', Ray Webster, Victoria 1991. Limited edition no. 583/1500, signed by Webster. 'True to the Blue. A History of the New South Wales Cricket Association', Philip Derriman 1985. Good dustwrapper. 'At Last! The Quest for the Shield 1926-1995', David Falkenmire, Queensland 1995. Signed to the first title page by four Queensland players including Andy Bichel, Martin Love, Ian Davis etc. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1465:
Lot 1465
Olympic Games. Three Official Reports of the British Olympic Association for the 1948, 1952 and 1956 games. Published by World Sports. VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1466:
Lot 1466
Athletics. Eleven official programmes for the Amateur Athletic Association Annual Championships held at White City Stadium, London in 1948 and 1950-1959. Handwritten annotations to all programmes, file holes to the 1948. Some wear, overall in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1467:
Lot 1467
Athletics. British Empire and Commonwealth Games 1950-2014. Box comprising a selection of souvenir brochures, reports, reviews, books and magazines for the period. Earlier titles include 'Empire Games 1950', New Zealand Sportsman souvenir issue, 'Eye Witness' official photographic record of the Vancouver Games, 1954, 'The B.E.G. Story' 1954, four issues of 'World Sports' magazine previewing the 1954 and 1962 games etc. Qty 24. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1468:
Lot 1468
Frankie Dettori. Excellent original colour press photograph of a smiling Dettori, head and shoulders, signed by Dettori. A good image. Mounted, framed and glazed, overall 13"x15". VG
Estimate: £20/30
Lot 1469:
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Fred Archer. Attractive horse brass with wording 'Fred Archer & Bend Or'. Brass letter clip the front showing a horse shoe with jockey's cap to the top and crossed whips the centre with Fred Archer riding Bend Or. Lacking clip and spring to back otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £20/30
Archer won the Derby on Bend Or in 1880
Lot 1470:
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'The Jockey Club'. Excellent Royal Crown Derby dish with enamel emblem of the Jockey Club and blue and gold enamel border to rim. Royal Crown Derby stamp and number 5053 to base. VG
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1471:
Lot 1471
Epsom Derby winning horses. Six shot glasses, each depicting a colour transfer printed image of a winning horse to side, name and date below. The horses featured are 'Hyperion 1933', 'Windsor Lad 1934', 'Bahram 1935', 'Mahmoud 1936', 'Tulyar 1952' and 'Pinza 1953'. The glasses with gold lustre to rims, each measuring 2.25" tall. Odd faults, good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1472:
Lot 1472
Motorsport. Malcolm Campbell and Kaye Ernest Donsky, 'Kaye Don'. Two pages, each with handwritten title, 'Famous Speed Men', and short description. The first relates to Malcolm Campbell who held the world land speed record in 1931. The page features two cutting images of his car, 'Blue Bird' laid down to the page, both images very nicely signed in ink by Campbell. The other similar page relates to Kaye Don, then holder of the world water speed record. An exquisite, large, bold signature of Don in black ink on small page is laid down above three further cuttings, two of which are signed by Don. Excellent signatures in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
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Sporting ephemera. A good and varied selection of ephemera covering football, boxing, including many signed items, signed football, shirt, first day covers, photographs, cuttings, programmes, books, trade cards, signed photographs etc. G
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1474:
Lot 1474
Oxford Rowing. Attractive cricket glass bottle c1870/90's with 'Codd's patent' glass 'marble' ball stop. 'Jones Brothers, Oxford' and image of a rowing eight and Coxswain in boat to side of bottle. Approx 9" tall. G/VG
Estimate: £50/80
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Sporting Ephemera. Good selection including signed Manchester United football, signatures include Albiston, McClair, Olsen, Robson, Turner, Roache etc. Some fading, Manchester United bookmark 1993/94, Wigan Rugby League paperweight, football biscuit tin c1950's, West Bromwich Albion F.C. Centenary plate 1879-1979, 'Royal Star Automatic lighter' with scenes of ten pin bowling to both sides, cigarette cards, books, football whistle etc. G
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1476:
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Sgt. Freddie Mills v Pilot Officer. Len Harvey 1942. Official programme for the Worlds, Empire and British Light Heavyweight Boxing Championship fight held at the Tottenham Hotspur Football Ground on 20th June 1942. Sold with Jack London v Bruce Woodcock. London 1945. Official programme for the War-time Heavyweight Championship of Great Britain and the British Empire held at White Hart Lane on 17th July 1945. Some wear and staining to the 1942 programme otherwise both in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1477:
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Boxing programmes 1949-1989. Twenty official fight programmes for the period including Dick Turpin v Sands 1949, Randolph Turpin v De Bruin 1951, Pompee v Jensen 1952, Johnson v McCarthy 1956, McAteer v Elliott 1956, Toweel v Gracia 1957, Brown v Charnley 1959 (Houston, Texas), Edwards v Diouf 1960, Kramer v Lewis 1964, Cullen v Nunez 1966 etc. Odd duplication. Mixed condition including some damp damage to some later programmes. Sold with three original mono press photographs featuring Ali knocking out Foreman in Zaire 1974, Dunn in Munich 1976 etc. Also a mono photograph of Jimmy Greaves with Mike Tyson. Qty 4. Age toning and pin holes to the three Ali photographs, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1478:
Lot 1478
Amateur Boxing Association Championship Finals 1954-1980. Nine official programmes for Finals held at Wembley Pool in 1954, 1955, 1956, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1973, 1975 and 1980. Sold with official programmes for the Services International Boxing Tournament, Wembley Pool 1945, London Boxing Championships, Royal Albert Hall 1954 and 1958. Qty 12. Some faults including creasing, wear and rusting to staples, otherwise in fair condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1479:
Lot 1479
Muhammad Ali. Signature of Ali on the reverse of a business card of 'Maurice Jones, Sales Engineering Consultant' for Metz of Gardena, California. VG
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1480:
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'The 77th Annual Dinner of the Savage Club'. 1st December 1934. Original printed double sided menu for the dinner held at the Savage Club with 'H.R.H. The Duke of York in the Chair'. The front features a cartoon by Tom Webster of The Duke seated on a chair in the corner of a boxing ring, his 'second' holding a cudgel, saying, 'They're all a lot of heathen so don't box clever sah- just give 'em a belt with this 'ere gavel'. Printed menu to verso. 7"x9". Light adhesive marks to verso, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1481:
Lot 1481
Evander Holyfield v Larry Holmes. Large official colour poster for the Heavyweight Championship held at Caesars Palace, 19th June 1992. 40"x27". VG
Estimate: £25/35
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Royal Doulton Lambeth Golf Pitcher. A large and impressive Royal Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, of bulbous form, with art nouveau design with scrolled foliate borders, enriched in green, blue and brown glazes, with three golfing scenes in white relief. The designs are based on models by John Broad and are 'Lost Ball, Putting and The Drive'. The base of the jug is stamped 'Doulton Lambeth England' the number '166'. 9" tall. Sadly the jug has had damage in the past and has been riveted around the base, hairline crack to right of handle running up one side to large chip to rim. In need of professional restoration
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1483:
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Golf spoons. Nice selection of four silver hallmarked spoons. Two bear a golf club crest 'K.G.C.' to head of spoon and to handle 'Golden Jubilee 1956', also one with a blue enamel head with crossed golf clubs and ball engraved to back of bowl 'G.G.C.' and another with a golfer about to drive to head and engraved to bowl 'P.T.C. December 1956'. Sold with an attractive silver plated wine bottle holder engraved with 'H.L.G.C. November 1925' to side. 5.25" tall, a silver plated tankard for the winner of the 'Bushey Hall Golf Club Bogey, December 1905' and a Ryder Cup 2006 paperweight G
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1484:
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Severiano 'Seve' Ballesteros. Colour promotional photograph by 'Mizuno' of Ballesteros seated on his golf bag beside a sand dune. Signed to the photograph by Ballesteros. Mounted with title panel below, framed and glazed, overall 16.5"x15". Sold with a signed photograph of Nick Faldo mounted beside a programme for the 1992 Open Golf Championship. Framed and glazed, overall 15.25"x14.5". Qty 2. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1485:
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Tennis. Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships 1925-2010. An excellent and near complete run of official programmes for the Championships for the period, all with original wrappers unless stated. Lacking issues for 1927, 1928, 2006 and 2007. Early issues are 23rd June 1925, vertical crease small hole to rear wrapper, 29th June 1926, lacking rear wrapper, 27th June 1929 wrappers split, rear wrapper detached, 27th June 1930 with vertical fold, 25th June 1931, splitting to spine of wrappers, vertical fold, 28th June 1932, wear to wrappers, 6th July 1933, lacking wrappers, 5th July 1934 lacking wrappers, 3rd July 1935 lacking wrappers, front page detached, 25th June 1936 lacking wrappers, 2nd July 1937, 29th June 1938 front wrapper detached, 29th June 1939 wrappers split and partially detached etc. Some years with multiple issues for different days of the tournament. Later issues in good/ very good condition, others with faults as described. Rare
Estimate: £800/1200
Lot 1486:
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'The Games of Lawn-Tennis and Badminton' by 'Cavendish'. Fifth edition. Thos. de la Rue, London 1883. Original green cloth with decorative gilt emblem to front cover. Floral endpapers, gilt to page edges. Slight wear to top of spine, last few pages and edge of rear board. Minor foxing, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1487:
Lot 1487
Tennis racket. Large Victorian colour chromolitho pierced cut out card picture (scrap) of a tennis racket and two balls ornately decorated with floral scenes. Possibly an advertising card. 8"x11.25". Odd damage otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1488:
Lot 1488
Tennis belt buckle. Victorian brass metal embossed belt buckle, depicting to centre of buckle crossed racquets and three balls over a floral wreath. Approx 2.5"x1.5". 'The Martin Patent' to back. Sold with an original mono real photograph postcard of Betty Nuthall, US Open Champion 1930, taken at Wimbledon. E. Trim & Co, Wimbledon. No H151. G
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1489:
Lot 1489
Tennis toby jugs. Two cricket toby jugs entitled Male Tennis player' and female Tennis player'. One 6.25" tall and the other 6". Sold with an original brass ashtray for 'Compass Lawn Tennis Balls'. 1930's [?]. 4" diameter. Qty 3
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1490:
Lot 1490
United States of America Rugby Football Union. An U.S.A. Rugby red International shirt by Bukta with eagle emblem to chest and 'U.S.A.R.F.U' below. Attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. Overall 22.5"x32.5". Very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1491:
Lot 1491
'Federation Francaise Rugby'. A French International rugby shirt by Adidas with French emblem in shield to chest and 'F.F.R.' below with 'Adidas' sponsors logo blue, red and white trim to shoulders. Attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. It is presumed that this is a players shirt Overall 22.5"x32.5". Good/very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1492:
Lot 1492
Wales R.F.C. Wales 'A' International rugby shirt by 'Reebok' with embroidered Welsh emblem to chest with 'A' in white thread below. The shirt attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. Overall 22.5"x31". It is presumed that this is a players shirt. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1493:
Lot 1493
Union Argentine Rugby. Argentina International blue and white hooped rugby shirt by 'Adidas' with embroidered emblem of a puma with 'U.A.R' below with Adidas logo to chest. Number '17' handwritten to collar. The shirt attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. Overall 22.5"x31". It is presumed that this is a players shirt. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1494:
Lot 1494
Australian Rugby. World Cup 1999. Australian International green and gold rugby shirt by 'Reebok' with embroidered Australian emblem and 'Australian Rugby' below with 'Reebok' logo to centre and 'IRB Rugby World Cup 1999' logo to chest. Green stars to shoulder. The shirt attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. Overall 22.5"x31". It is presumed that this is a players group stage shirt. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1495:
Lot 1495
South African Rugby. South African International green with gold trim rugby shirt by 'Maxmore' with embroidered South African Springbok emblem to chest. c1980's. The shirt attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. Overall 22.5"x31". It is presumed that this is a players group stage shirt. Some 'light fading' to the green of the shirt otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1496:
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New Zealand Rugby. New Zealand International black with white trim rugby jersey by 'Canterbury of New Zealand' with attached embroidered 'Silver Fern' emblem to chest. Number '19' in white to back of shirt. Circa 1960's. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. Some 'light fading' to the black of the shirt otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Lot 1497:
Lot 1497
'Per Angusta Ad Augusta'. A white rugby shirt with emblem in white blue and yellow in shield to chest and 'Per Angusta Ad Augusta' below with 'Hollands' sponsors logo in blue to chest. Blue collar and blue trim to shoulders. Number '5' or 'S' handwritten to inside of shirt near neck. The auctioneers presume this is a club shirt based in New Zealand??. Attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. It is presumed that this is a players shirt. Overall 25.5"x31". Good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1498:
Lot 1498
Australian Rugby. Australian International gold and green rugby shirt by 'Canterbury' with embroidered Australian emblem and 'Australian Rugby' below with 'Canterbury' logo to centre and 'Australian Rugby Football Union, Wallabies' logo to chest. The shirt attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. Overall 22.75"x31". It is presumed that this is a players shirt. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1499:
Lot 1499
Esala Teleni. Fiji International white rugby shirt by 'Umbro' with embroidered Fijian emblem and 'Umbro' logo to chest. A plaque accompanied the shirt stating that Teleni wore the shirt in 1986. The shirt with bold number '6' to back in blue. The shirt attractively mounted and framed, lacking glass. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. Overall 23"x31". It is presumed that this is a players shirt. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
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Lot 1500
Federation Francaise Rugby'. A French International white rugby shirt by Adidas with French wired and embroidered emblem in shield to chest and 'F.F.R.' below with 'Adidas' sponsors logo, blue, red and white trim to shoulders. Circa 1980's (?). Heavy wear to the cloth around the embroidered emblem. The shirt has no number to back. Attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Originally given to the late Paul Russell. It is presumed that this is a players shirt. Overall 22.75"x31". Good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1501:
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Cardiff Rugby Football Club 1905-06 and 1906-07. Two official photographs of the Cardiff 'Reserves' team laid down to photographer's mount with title to top and players named to lower borders. Photograph by A.&G. Taylor of Cardiff. Players include John, McGraith, Evans, Lewis, Thomas etc. Both have faults, about fairly good condition. Overall approx 25"x22"
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1502:
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Rugby Union. Australia v British Isles (Lions) 1966. Original linesman's flag/ pennant from the Test series. The green triangular flag with elaborate embroidered raised Australian coat of arms and 'Australia v British Isles 1966' lettering to both sides measures 18.5". Previously sold by Knights as lot 796 in February 2014, originally described as a linesman's flag, although may have been an official presentation pennant. Some ageing and moth holes otherwise in good condition. A rare item
Estimate: £200/300
Lot 1503:
Lot 1503
Rugby Union. South African v Australia 1953. Official blazer pocket from A.I. Kirkpatrick's blazer with embroidered 'Springbok' and beneath wired 'Rugby 1953'. G
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1504:
Lot 1504
'Cardiff [Rugby] Football Team. Season 1908-09'. Excellent official photograph of the Cardiff team with twenty one individual cameo portrait photographs of each player wearing club blazer with title to centre and players names printed in white below. Players include Percy Bush (Captain), F. Smith, H.B. Winfield, W.L. Morgan, E.G. Nicholls, W.R. Casey, R.A. Gibbs, F. Wood, F. Gaccon etc. Photograph by A.&G. Taylor of Cardiff. The photograph in good condition is mounted, framed and glazed. Overall 21"x16". The display is similar to those shown in the book 'Cardiff Rugby Football Club. History & Statistics 1876-1908', compiled by C.S. Arthur. Pages 163 & 182
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1505:
Lot 1505
New Zealand rugby tour of the United Kingdom 1953/54. Official Test and tour match programmes v Llanelly, v Wales, v Abertillery & Ebbw Vale, v Midland Counties, v Pontypool & Cross Keys, v Newport and v Aberavon (Combined). Plus 'N.Z.R.F.U. Souvenir Programme of the Fourth All Blacks' England Tour 1953-54' (Simpson). The Newport programme lacking rear cover, several programmes with folds and some age toning/soiling, odd nicks to programme edges, odd annotation to some programmes otherwise in good condition. Qty 8
Estimate: £50/80
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New Zealand rugby tours of the United Kingdom 1953/54 to 1993. Good selection of official Test and tour match programmes for the period. Includes one programme from the 1953/54 tour v Abertillery & Ebbw Vale, v Newport 1963, v Scottish Districts 1967, nine programmes for the 1972/73 tour v Cardiff, North Western Counties, Monmouthshire, Gwent, East Glamorgan, Newport, Midlands Counties East, Neath & Aberavon and Barbarians, four programmes for the 1978 tour, v Bridgend, v West Wales XV 1978 with two match tickets, the programme signed by twelve players, v Cardiff 1978 and v North Of England XV, v Edinburgh 1979, v Midland 1979, v Cardiff 1980, v Llanelli 1980, v Newport 1980 signed by five players to front cover, six programmes from 1989, v Cardiff, Pontypool, Llanelli, Newport, Leinster and Swansea and England 'A' v New Zealand 1993. Faults to odd programmes otherwise in good condition. Qty 28. Sold with a small selection of eight programmes for matches on the New Zealand Maoris tour to Wales 1982 plus official your pennant. Qty 37
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1507:
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Australian rugby tours of the United Kingdom 1947/48 to 1992. Good selection of official Test and tour match programmes for the period. Includes v Llanelly (Oct 1947, loss of staple, damage to rear wrapper with loss to bottom edge), v Abertillery & Cross Keys 1947 (appears to be a 'pirate' programme), 4v Pontypool & Cross Keys 1957, eight programmes from the 1966/67 tour, v Neath & Aberavon, v Ebbw Vale & Abertillery (one file hole), v Cardiff v Newport, v Swansea, v Pontypool, Crosskeys & Newbridge Combined, v Wales and v Llanelli, v East Wales, Swansea and West Wales 1973, v Llanelli, Glamorgan, Newport and Gwent 1975/96 etc. Faults to odd programmes otherwise in good condition. Plus fixture card 'Wallaby Rugby Tour 1963' issued by Riggio Tobacco Corp of New York Ltd. Qty 23
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1508:
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South African rugby tours of the United Kingdom 1951/52 to 1969/70. Good selection of official Test and tour match programmes for the period. Includes matches v Ireland, Cardiff and Midland Counties XV 1951/52, v Southern Counties XV, Cardiff, Pontpool & Cross Keys, Swansea, Ebbw Vales & Abertillery, Newport, Neath & Abervon on the 1960/61 tour, v Abervon & Neath, Swansea, Newport, Gwent, Cardiff and Llamelli on the 1969/70 tour. Plus 'Combined Stellenbosch & Capetown Universities v Newport (February 1956). Faults to odd programmes otherwise in good condition. Qty 18
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1509:
Lot 1509
Welsh Rugby Union 'Probables v Possibles' 1937-1978. Fourteen official match programmes for trials matches, the majority played at Cardiff Arms Park in 1951 (Abertillery), 1953, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1966 (two, one at Maesteg), 1968, 1969 (two, one a Pontypool), 1970 (two, one at Llanelli), 1973 and 1974. Some folds and annotations, odd wear to edges, overall in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1510:
Lot 1510
Pre War, Wartime and post War rugby programmes. Official programmes for Cardiff v Llanelly, April 1933, Bridgend v Cardiff, September 1936, Abervon v Swansea, September 1938, Lanelly v Swansea, November 1938, Inter-Divisonal Teams. 48th Division v Devon and Cornwall Division, Devonport, November 1941, Yorkshire XV v Lancashire XV, March 1942 and Burton v G.M. Seldon's XV, April 1951. Qty 7. Some folds, some annotation, odd nick to page edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1511:
Lot 1511
Wales. Good and varied selection of International and club rugby programmes. Includes a good selection of international tour matches including Fiji programmes from the 1964 tour, v Combined Bridgend & Maesteg XV, v Western Counties, v Glamorgan & Monmouthshire, v Welsh XV, v Abertillery & Newbridge etc, New Zealand tour programmes 1970/80's, Australian tour 1966 programmes including v Cardiff, v Neath & Abervon and v Newport, South Africa v Pontypool & Cross Keys 1960, South Africa v Newport 1961 etc, Middlesex Sevens programmes 1970/80's, a good run of Welsh Rugby Union Cup Finals for 1972 to 1998, with duplication of some of the programmes, 'Probables v Possibles' programmes 1968 and 1969, a ticket for the 1975 Final etc. Sold with a run of 'Rugby Annual for Wales 1969/70, 1970/71, 1973/74 to o1980/81 and other Wales Rugby Annuals 1980's/2000's. Plus some original press and reprint photographs featuring rugby match 1930's-1940's including England v Scotland 1945, Scotland v Wales 1936 etc. Some faults, generally good overall condition
Estimate: £60/90
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'History of South African Rugby Football (1875-1932). Ivor D. Difford. The Specialy Press of S.A. Ltd, Wynberg, Cape 1933. Original decorative boards with gilt lettering. Some wear to boards edges and spine otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1513:
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'The New Zealand All Blacks-The 1995 Contenders'. Dynamic Marketing. 1995. Full set of fifty five collectors cards, forty four cards signed. Signatures include Gallagher, Scott, Lomu, Meads, White, Kirwan, Clark, Loveridge, Skinner, Howarth, Bachop, Brooke, Ellis, Osbourne etc. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1514:
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Australia tour of South Africa 1953. Original souvenir pin badge for the tour, paper backing with titles 'Australia-1953 tour-South Africa' printed in English and Afrikaans, a brown rugby ball to centre with ribbon tassels in white and gold, pin to back. Slight wear otherwise in good condition for its age
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1515:
Lot 1515
Rugby World Cup 2003. Collection of twenty one official programmes for the tournament held in Australia from 10th October to the 22nd November 2003 including the four quarter finals and the third place play off. Programmes numbers 26-44 and 47 (two copies). VG
Estimate: £25/35
England beat Australia in the Final 20-17 with Johnny Wilkinson kicking four penalties and the historic drop goal in the last minute to win the World Cup for England
Lot 1516:
Lot 1516
F.A. Cup Final tickets. Official tickets for 1948, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958 (2, one poor), 1959, 1960, 1961 (2), 1962, 1964, 1965 (2), 1966, 1967, 1968 (2), 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1976 and 1981 (2). Sold with League Cup Final tickets for 1969 and 1973 plus two tickets each for the Charity Shield Matches of 1981 and 1982. Some teams and scores handwritten to certain tickets, some wear to odd tickets otherwise in good overall condition. Qty 31
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1517:
Lot 1517
England home internationals 1949 to 1981. Good selection of fifty seven official tickets including England v Scotland 1949, v Austria 1951, v Argentina 1951, v Wales 1952, v Scotland 1953, v Rest of the World 1953 (2), v Germany 1954, v USSR 1958 (2) etc. Some duplication. Plus official ticket for Mexico v Uruguay on 19th July 1966 (World Cup 1966), laid down to card. Some teams and scores handwritten to certain tickets, some wear to odd tickets otherwise in good overall condition. Qty 58
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1518:
Lot 1518
F.A. Amateur Cup Finals 1952 to 1964. Official tickets for 1952, 1956,(2), 1957 (2), 1958 (2), 1959, 1960 (2), 1961 (2), 1962, 1963 and 1964 (2). Some teams and scores handwritten to certain tickets, some minor wear to odd tickets otherwise in good overall condition. Qty 16
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1519:
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Reg Williams. Chelsea F.C. One page handwritten letter from Williams, to Derek, regarding his retirement from the game due to injury. 'Many thanks for your letter of sympathy and kind remarks. Naturally enough, I am very disappointed in being forced to retire from active football so early, but I hope to carry on in the game in a different sphere...'. Signed by Williams. Together with signature on card dated 1951 sent with the letter. Some wear to lower border of letter otherwise good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 1520:
Lot 1520
Italy v Argentina 1954. Official unused ticket for the International match played at the Olympic Stadium, Rome on the 5th December 1954. Excellent condition
Estimate: £18/25
Lot 1521:
Lot 1521
Manchester United v Lazio 1999. Official pre match menu for the Super Cup Final held at the Monte Carlo Grand Hotel on the 27th August 1999. VG
Estimate: £18/25
Lot 1522:
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'Car-Soc. The New Game of Card Soccer'. Original 1950's football game. With original board, instructions and in original box. Includes printed rules, two racks, cards and two teams of eleven 'men'. Lacking board and ball. Good condition. Sold with 'Wembley' football game. Complete with rules and in original box. Plus a small child's plate with transfer printed image of a football scene centre. The plate dates from the late 1880's, early 1900's. Loss to lustre on rim, chip to rim at back of the plate. Qty 3
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1523:
Lot 1523
'Football Punch'. Twenty five unused beer bottle labels for 'Football Punch- a splendid Winter drink'. Produced by Duckworth & Co of Manchester. VG
Estimate: £20/30
Illustrated in the FIFA Museum collection book, page 252
Lot 1524:
Lot 1524
Aston Villa. Original brick reclaimed when the Trinity Road stand was demolished, 20th May 2000. Manufacturer's stamp of 'The Ketley Brick Co. (B.B. Brand), Brierley Hill'. The brick is displayed in a wooden box fashioned from the decking of the upper tier of the stand, with descriptive label describing the brick as originating from the archway separating the Trinity Road Stand from the Holte end, built c.1922. Overall 16" square. Sold with certificate of authenticity. G
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1525:
Lot 1525 Lot 1525
Football ephemera, programmes etc. Ephemera includes 'World Cup 1966 England' football annual, compiled by Gordon Ross, Football Monthly's World Cup Souvenir 1966, World Cup 1966 tournament programme, Daily Express World Cup 1966 Guide and 'England's World Cup' post Final publication, ticket for the England v Argentine International match played at Wembley, May 1951, Tottenham Hotspur F.C. Handbook 1949-50, 'Leicester City F.C. Players Promotion Handbook Season 1956-57', Nottingham Forest v Tottenham Hotspur F.A. Cup semi-final programme 1967 etc. Sold with a good selection of over 110 issues of 'Sport' magazine, early 1950's in good condition and a good quantity of assorted football programmes 1970/1990's with good Leeds United interest etc. G
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1526:
Lot 1526
England World Cup Squad 1986. Unofficial autograph sheet on Post House Hotel, Heathrow letterhead with dedication 'To 18th Bath Scouts'. Signed by fourteen members of the squad including the Manager, Bobby Robson. Players' signatures include Hoddle, Hateley, Stevens, Hodge, Shilton, Anderson, Robson, Butcher, Wilkins, Martin, Sansom etc. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1526a:
Lot 1526a Lot 1526a
Football autographs 1970s-1990s. A selection of sixteen signatures on pages and pieces, the majority individually signed, covering football, with good Manchester United representation, and other sports. Footballers include George Best, Dennis Law, Wilf McGuinness, Terry Venables, Trevor Brooking and Eric Cantona. Other sports are Greg Rutherford, Liz McColgan, Hugh Jones, Steve Cram (athletics), Ramanathan Krishan , Fabrice Santoro, Greg Rusedski (tennis), Leslie Claudius (Indian hockey player), Brian Jacks (judo). Also Frankie Vaughan (singer, signed to Columbia Records promotional card). Sold with two football autobiographies for Bobby Charlton and Rio Ferdinand, both signed by the featured player. Some staining to the Ferdinand book, other odd minor faults, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 1527:
Lot 1527
'Tottenham Hotspur Souvenir Brochure Cup Final 1962'. Published by J. Revuelta of London. Original blue covers. Sold with 'Spurs 1961'. Official publication of the Spurs players. Both in good condition. Sold with 'The Official Football Association Yearbook' for 1950-51, 1951-52, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58 (2 copies), 1958-59, 1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1967-68 and 1984-85. Some faults to earlier issues. Plus various magazines and programmes including official tournament programmes 1966, 1978 and 1980 etc
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1528:
Lot 1528
Gerald Thomas Francis 'Gerry' Summers. West Bromwich Albion 1950s. Mono plain back real photograph postcard of Summers, head and shoulders. Stamp for A. Wilkes & Son, West Bromwich, to verso. Light crease to lower corner, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £15/25
Lot 1529:
Lot 1529 Lot 1529 Lot 1529
Wartime and Post-war Football. Two original hardbacks, 'Football Is My Business', Tommy Lawton, and 'Football from the Goalmouth', Frank Swift, both published by Sporting Handbooks, London 1948 with original dustwrappers. Some wear to dustwrappers otherwise in good condition. Sold with 'Athletic News Football Annual 1945-46' edited by Ivan Sharpe. Repairs to original decorative wrappers which are detached, otherwise good condition. Also eight ruled pages with press cuttings laid down relating to results, league tables, attendances etc. for the 1944/45 football league season, covering the League Cup qualifying competition and second round, League North Cup and South Cup. G
Estimate: £15/25
Lot 1530:
Lot 1530 Lot 1530 Lot 1530
'The Official Manchester United History 1902-2002'. First edition published in 2001 to celebrate the Centenary of Manchester United. Limited edition no. 467 of 500 copies produced, with official limitation page laid to front endpaper, signed by Sir Bobby Charlton. Red faux leather with gilt titles to front and spine. Minor dulling to gilts. Sold with 'The Complete Encyclopedia of Manchester United Football Club'. Tony Matthews and John Russell. Soft covers. 'Special Edition Signed Certificate' to first page, signed by Bryan Robson who wrote the foreword. Qty 2. G/VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1531:
Lot 1531
Arsenal Football Club Official Handbooks for 1949-50, 1950-51, 1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54, 1956-57, 1971-72 and 1972-73. Qty 8. Some creasing, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1532:
Lot 1532
'The Official Football Association Yearbook'. Good run of the yearbook for seasons 1949/50 (second year of issue), 1950/51, 1951/52, 1957/58, 1958/59, 1959/60, 1961/62-1982/83, 1984/85, 1987/88-1992/93 and 1994/95. Overall in good condition. Sold with two wartime issues of the 'Athletic News Football Annual' for seasons 1943/44 and 1944/45 in good condition. Also 'Playfair Football Annual' for seasons 1948/49-1956/57 etc. Some wear to earlier issues. Qty 52
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1533:
Lot 1533 Lot 1533
Charles Buchans Football Monthly. Four bound volumes for 1953 to 1956, each volume in red cloth with twelve complete issues for January to December. Good condition. Sold with a selection of football ephemera including official programmes for the World Cup 1966, 1970's F.A. Cup programmes with some Arsenal interest, Sunderland F.A. Cup Winners 1973 ceramic plate etc. Some faults, generally good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1534:
Lot 1534
'Charles Buchan's Football Monthly' 1963-1970. A good run of loose copies of the magazine from 1963 (3 issues), 1964 (7), 1965 (10), 1966 (8), 1967 (9), 1968 (14, including two duplicates), 1969 (10) and 1970 (3). Also a good run of 'Goal' magazine 1968-1970 comprising issues 3, 24th August 1968, to issue 84, 14th March 1970, lacking issue nos. 30, 47, 59, 70, 71, 75, 76. Sold with a further small selection of magazines, programmes, supplements etc. of the period. In two boxes. Some faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1535:
Lot 1535 Lot 1535 Lot 1535
'The Football Hall of Fame'. Robert Galvin. National Football Museum, London 2005. Boldly signed to the inside cover, front endpaper and half title page by twenty five footballers, managers, owners, television presenters etc., possibly attendees at the book launch. Signatures include Roger Hunt, Lawrie McMenemy, Fred Pickering, Dai Davies, Ray Wilson, Ernie Hunt, Gordon Milne, Howard Kendall, Brian Labone, Gerry Francis, Bobby Charlton, Denis Law, Gordon Banks, Doug Ellis, David Gold etc. Some show through of signatures, otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1536:
Lot 1536
England v West Germany. World Cup Final 1966. Mono photograph of the two teams, referee and linesmen lining up for the national anthems prior to the Final played at Wembley on July 30th 1966. The photograph measures 10"x8" and is mounted, framed and glazed and overall 14.75"x13". Good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1537:
Lot 1537
Aston Villa Football Club 'F.A. Cup Winners' 1956-57. Large official photograph of the Aston Villa team and officials, standing and sitting in rows, proudly displaying the F.A. Cup to centre. The photograph laid down to official photographers mount. Photograph by Albert Wilkes of West Bromwich. Players featured include Dixon (Captain), Sims, McParland, Sewell, Dugdale, Aldis, Crowther, Saward, Lynn etc The photograph measures approx 14.5"x11.75" and overall 22"x17". Excellent image. Pin holes to each corner of the mount, some wear and bumping to two corners, odd marks to mount, minor surface mark to photograph otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £120/160
Aston Villa beat Manchester United 2-1 in the Final played at Wembley before 99,225 spectators
Lot 1538:
Lot 1538
Aston Villa Football Club 'F.A. Cup Winners' 1956-57. Large original photograph of the Aston Villa players in a line in full kit on the pitch at Villa Park each kicking or about to kick a football. The photograph taken prior to the F.A. Cup Final v Manchester United. The photograph may have been taken as an promotional advertising photograph. Two heavy vertical crease and other smaller creases, some wear to photograph edges, two tears to edge of the right hand side, a larger tear to the bottom and a small tear to the top edge of the photograph and wear to corners with small loss to the bottom left hand corner. otherwise in good condition. The photograph measures 15"x12". Sold with a modern reproduction of the photograph with faults magically removed due to the wonders of modern technology
Estimate: £50/80
Aston Villa beat Manchester United 2-1 in the Final played at Wembley before 99,225 spectators
Lot 1539:
Lot 1539
'Aston Villa Football Club. Season 1930/31'. Cotton handkerchief with printed image of the Aston Villa team to centre, with title to top and to lower border the printed names of the team including Waring, Smart, Biddlesstone, Houghton, Beresford, Dorrell, Gibson, Tate, Mort etc. Mounted, framed and glazed. Overall 21"x21.5". Good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1540:
Lot 1540
Bristol City A.F.C. 1927-1928. Excellent original mono photograph of the Bristol City playing staff and officials, seated and standing in rows, the players in football attire, with three trophies to front, Gloucestershire Senior Cup, III Division Shield and the Western League Cup. Players featured include Wadsworth, Rankin, Cherrett, Martin, Callaghan, Good, Glenn, Paul, Garland etc. The photograph laid down to original photographers mount with title to top and players and officials names to lower borders. The photograph, by H.M. Veale & Co of Bristol, measures 10.5"x8.75, framed and glazed, overall 23"x18.5". G/VG
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1541:
Lot 1541
Wales. Replica red Wales International shirt signed to shirt by twenty one players. The shirt appears to be from around the 2010-2015 period with Wales emblem and 'Adidas' logo to chest. One signature is dedicated. Attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Overall 29"x40". VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1542:
Lot 1542
Lee Hendrie. Aston Villa 1997/98. Original shirt worn by Hendrie in the UEFA Cup Quarter Final v Athletico Madrid (it is not known whether it was the first or second leg). The tie ended 2-2, Athletico Madrid winning on away goals. The short sleeve white shirt, with claret and blue trim to collar and sleeves, with 'Hendrie 17' to back, has been signed by Hendrie with inscription, 'The shirt I wore against Athletico Madrid'. Framed and glazed, overall 32"x37". Includes a signed colour photograph of Hendrie. VG
Estimate: £250/350
Lot 1543:
Lot 1543
England football shirt c.2002. Replica white short sleeve England shirt signed by twenty two England players, possibly the 2002 World Cup squad. Signatures include David Beckham, Sol Campbell, Ashley Cole, Nigel Martyn, Teddy Sheringham, Nicky Butt, Wes Brown, Paul Scholes etc. VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1544:
Lot 1544 Lot 1544
Football club rosettes 1970/80's. Collection of twenty nine English club rosettes, the majority 1970's collected by a supporter throughout his adult life. Odd rosette dated in hand to verso. Includes Sheffield United, Queens Park Rangers, Aston Villa (Champions), Birmingham City, Manchester United, Derby County (2), Middlesborough, Arsenal, Nottingham Forest, Luton Town, Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds United, Workington, Southampton F.A. Cup Final Wembley 1976, Manchester City, Ipswich Town, W.B.A., Chester (1970), Liverpool (c1979), Everton, West Ham United. Charity Shield, Tottenham Hotspur 1981 etc. Good/very good condition. Sold with a further twenty six rosettes with 'home made' rather than official decoration plus two rosettes for New Zealand and Australia, presumably cricket or rugby
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1545:
Lot 1545
Football club rosettes 1970/80's. Collection of thirty two International club and country rosettes, the majority 1970's collected by a supporter throughout his adult life. Odd rosette dated in hand to verso. Includes F.C. Bruges. European Cup, Wembley [1978], Skeid (Oslo), F.C. Barcelona, A.Z. Alkmaar 67, Grasshoppers Zurich, Italy. World Cup. Wembley 1977, Denmark 1979, Holland, France, Eire, Scotland, East Germany, Hungary World Cup, Brazil World Cup, Poland Wembley 1973, England, Argentina 1974, Finland, Germany Wembley 1972, Brasil World Cup 1974, Italy Wembley 1977, Norway 1982, Rumania 1982 etc. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1546:
Lot 1546 Lot 1546
Football club rosettes 1950/70's. Excellent collection of forty seven English club rosettes collected by a supporter throughout his adult life. Some rosettes dated in hand to verso. Includes Cardiff City (1958), Kings Lynn (1965), Wrexham, Bolton Wanderers, Burnley (1962), Walthamstow Abbey, Kingstonian, Ilford, Woking, Enfield (1964), Swindon Town (1958), Hendon (1960), Oxford United (1966), Bury, Hounslow Town, West Auckland, Wolves, Crook Town (1964), Fulham (1963), Sheffield United, Luton Town 1959, Spurs, Mansfield Town (1962), Shrewsbury (1963), Chelsea Wembley 1967, Nottingham Forest (1959), Bishop Auckland, Blackpool, Sutton United, (1963), Preston (1964), Leyton Orient (1963), Brighton & Hove (1966) etc. Some minor wear otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1547:
Lot 1547
Football club rosettes 1960/70's. Collection of twenty four International club and country rosettes collected by a supporter throughout his adult life. Odd rosette dated in hand to verso. Includes Nykobing Boldklub (Norway) 1965, Red Star Belgrade, Alles Door Oefenning (The Hague), Rouen, Belgrade Sports Club, Vejle Boldklub (Denmark) 1962, Milan (1962), England Schoolboys, Scotland, England U23's (1966), France U23's 1965, Cyprus, Ireland Amateurs (1961), Soviet Union, Wales (1962), Italy etc. Generally good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1548:
Lot 1548
Football club rosettes 1950/60's. Excellent and attractive collection of twenty two English club rosettes collected by a supporter throughout his adult life. All the rosettes have a figure of a footballer to centre in the clubs colours and appear to be 1950/50's. Some rosettes dated in hand to verso. Odd one with handmade handwritten name. Includes Leeds United. League Cup 1968, Norwich City (1967), Leicester City. Wembley 1969, Manchester City. Wembley 1969, Southampton, Bristol City (1967), West Bromwich Albion. F.A. Cup. Wembley 1968, Liverpool (F.A. Cup Winners 1965), Spurs. Wembley 1967, Ipswich (1956), Coventry City, Arsenal, Charlton Athletic (1967), Plymouth Argyle (1965), West Ham United (1963), Sunderland (1968) etc. Some minor wear otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1549:
Lot 1549 Lot 1549
Manchester United. Attractive and early rosette in red and white ribbon with centre image of a 'Red Devil' to centre with the wording 'Manchester United. Red Devils to circular rim. Large orange football beneath with title 'Man Utd' on piece to ribbon tail. The back label handwritten with 'Man Utd 1958'. Some minor wear otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1550:
Lot 1550
Football club rosettes 1960/70's. Excellent and attractive collection of ten International club and country rosettes collected by a supporter throughout his adult life. All the rosettes have a figure of a footballer to centre in the clubs colours and appear to be 1950/50's. Some rosettes dated in hand to verso. Odd one with handmade handwritten name. Teams are Greece (1971), France, Spain (1967), Holland, Malta, Hungary (1965), Bulgaria, Ireland, Belgium Youth and Floriana (Malta). Plus two further rosettes for Switzerland (1962) and Portugal. Qty 12. Odd faults otherwise in generally good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1551:
Lot 1551
World Cup 1966 rosettes. Two attractive 'World Championship Jules Rimet Cup. England 1966' rosettes for Uruguay and Mexico. The Uruguay rosette features a gilt badge featuring 'World Cup Willie' and the Mexico rosette features a gilt badge featuring the Jules Rimet trophy. Odd minor faults otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1552:
Lot 1552 Lot 1552
Football inkwell. A Victorian glazed transfer-printed stoneware inkwell, shaped as a slightly deflated football, with plated metal mount and hinged cover formed as a sporting cap, Reg no. 167873 (for 1891) to the underside. Approx 3" tall x 2.75" wide. Minor wear, good
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1553:
Lot 1553
Football figure. Large and impressive bronze/spelter [?] figure of a footballer running with the ball. Metal base mounted to wooden plinth. Signed to base 'J. Skeaping'. Approximately 10" tall. Good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1554:
Lot 1554
Football Association English League 1st Division 1906/07. Attractive blue and white ware twelve sided English pottery plate produced to commemorate the 1906/07 football season. The plate, with title 'Football Association English League 1st Division' horizontally across the plate, has to edges the names and club emblems of all the First Division teams with their season's results. With the league table vertically down the plate. Newcastle United won the League with 51 points, Bristol City second with 48 points. To centre is a vignette of the F.A. Cup with 'The Cup' above and below 'Won by Sheffield Wednesday' 1906/07. Wednesday beat Everton 2-1 at Crystal Palace. Around this are the printed names of the Wednesday team. Designed by S.J. Kepple of Bristol for the Bristol Porcelain and glass company. With details to back of plate. Approx 10.5" diameter. Good condition. A rare and highly collectable item
Estimate: £200/300
Lot 1555:
Lot 1555
Wembley Stadium. 'The Stadium'. Crown Ducal Ware souvenir ceramic model of the then, newly opened Empire Stadium at Wembley produced for the 1924 British Empire Exhibition. Produced in various colours, this one with orange walls, yellow and blue to inside. 6.75" wide. G
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1556:
Lot 1556
AIK Fotboll. Brass metal match box with AIK image to centre and images of various sports to top and sides. 4.75"x2.75". 1.75" tall. Previously sold by Phillips Auctioneers. Sold with 'Park Drive' plastic cigarette cases with emblems of Hull City and Blackpool F.C. to front, circa 1950/60's. G
Estimate: £30/50
AIK Fotboll, more commonly known simply as AIK, an abbreviation for Allmänna Idrottsklubben, is a Swedish football club competing in Allsvenskan, the top flight of Swedish football. The club was founded 1891 in Stockholm and the football department was formed in 1896.
Lot 1557:
Lot 1557
World Cup Switzerland 1953. 'Association Suisse Des Arbitres. [Association of Swiss Referees] De A.S.F.A. Lausanne 1954'. Set of a large jug with five 'shot' glasses, presumably made as a souvenir of the competition in Lausanne. The jug stands 7" tall, and the glasses 3" tall, each with titles and World Cup 1954 emblem to sides. Red and white ribbon (swiss colours) tied around the neck of the jug. Good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1558:
Lot 1558
World Cup 1962. Official 'Tibuna de Prensa' (press box) ticket for the Argentina v Bulgaria match held at Rancagua, Chile, on 30th May 1962. VG
Estimate: £40/60
Argentina beat Bulgaria 1-0 in the Group 4 match
Lot 1559:
Lot 1559 Lot 1559 Lot 1559
Brazil 'World Champions' 1958. 'Brasil Campeao Mundial de Futebol 1958'. Original 1958 sticker album complete with twenty four stickers of the Brazil players and coaches including Pele, Gilmar, Didi, Zito, Mazzola etc. Minor age toning to wrappers, internally in very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1560:
Lot 1560
World Cup 1966. Official programmes for the World Cup Final 1966, England v West Germany held at Wembley on July 30th 1966 and the World Cup 1966 Tournament programme. Sold with 'Evening Standard' World Cup Special brochure, edited by Bernard Joy. Odd annotations to the Tournament programme and Evening Standard brochure. Qty 3. G/VG
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1561:
Lot 1561
Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield United. F.A. Cup Final, Crystal Palace 1901. Early mono real photograph postcard showing the huge crowd at the match with spectators in trees, on house rooftops etc. Title to lower border 'Association Football Cup Final Crowd. Crystal Palace.S6335'. The postcard published by W.H.S. in 1910 from a photograph by Kingsway Real Photo Series. Excellent image. Rare. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
The Final was drawn 2-2 and Spurs won the replay one week later 3-1. A world record crowd of 110,820 attended the Final. Sandy Brown scoring both goals for Spurs. The replay was played at Burnden Park, Bolton before a crowd of 20,470. Cameron, Smith and Brown scoring for Spurs. Sandy Brown became the first player to score in every round of the competition. This was the first Cup Final to be filmed by Pathé News. Tottenham Hotspur remain the only non-League club to win the trophy after the advent of the Football League in 1888. Tottenham went on to play in the 1901/02 World Championship, losing to Heart of Midlothian
Lot 1562:
Lot 1562 Lot 1562
Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield United. F.A. Cup Final, Crystal Palace 1901. Early mono printed action postcard from the final showing Spurs on the attack, with a Sheffield United slipping. Title to lower border 'Association Football. A Slip'. Wrench Series 3836. Postally used and dated April 1904. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/80
The Final was drawn 2-2 and Spurs won the replay one week later 3-1. A world record crowd of 110,820 attended the Final. Sandy Brown scoring both goals for Spurs.
Lot 1563:
Lot 1563 Lot 1563
Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield United. F.A. Cup Final, Crystal Palace 1901. Early mono printed action postcard from the final showing goalmouth action with the ball appearing to shave the post. Title to lower border 'Association Football. A Close Shave'. Wrench Series 3838. Postally used and dated January 1904. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/80
The Final was drawn 2-2 and Spurs won the replay one week later 3-1. A world record crowd of 110,820 attended the Final. Sandy Brown scoring both goals for Spurs.
Lot 1564:
Lot 1564
Tottenham Hotspur v Corinthian Casuals. Sheriff of London Charity Shield, White Hart Lane 1902. Early mono printed cartoon postcard from the match showing the Cockspur running and a battered Corinthians defender sitting on the pitch holding his hand to his head with subtitles 'Corinthians- Oh, for another GO! (Posed as the dying gladiator). The Cockspur- Well I don't see much to grumble about'. The Corinthian player states 'Do they call this a friendly'. Published by Jones Bros of High Road, Tottenham'. Postally un-used. A rare postcard. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Tottenham Hotspur beat Corinthians 5-2 with a hat-trick from Cameron. The other scorers were Brown and Kirwan
Lot 1565:
Lot 1565 Lot 1565
Tottenham Hotspur c1903/04. Early mono printed postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names to lower border. Publisher unknown. Addressed in pencil to verso but postally unused. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs were still a Southern League team at this point
Lot 1566:
Lot 1566
Tottenham Hotspur 1904/05. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names to lower border. Rotary Photographic Series. No 3841. Postally unused. Rare Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs were still a Southern League team at this point
Lot 1567:
Lot 1567 Lot 1567
Tottenham Hotspur 1905/06. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and date to left hand lower corner. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs were still a Southern League team at this point
Lot 1568:
Lot 1568 Lot 1568
'After the Football Match at Tottenham'. Early mono printed postcard showing the crowds pouring out of the ground into the Tottenham High Road in 1905. with title to lower border. J. Fuller, Tottenham. Postally used and dated June 1905. Rare. Minor wear to corners otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
The postcard features a horse drawn tram which had been introduced that year. The White Hart Pub and the Red House can be seen in this image
Lot 1569:
Lot 1569 Lot 1569
Tottenham Hotspur v Hull City, F.A. Cup 1st round 1907. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, for the match played at White Hart Lane, with printed title 'Spurs Team. 1906-07. Saturday Jan 12th' to lower border. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused, players names handwritten in ink to verso. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs drew with Hull City 0-0 and beat them 1-0 in the replay.
Lot 1570:
Lot 1570
Tottenham Hotspur 1907/08. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused. Minor fading to image. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £30/50
This was the last season that Spurs played in the Southern League. Being elected to the Football League Division II the following year
Lot 1571:
Lot 1571 Lot 1571
'Tottenham Hotspurs. Caught Bending. 1' 1909. Early mono real photograph postcard of some of the players in training with title printed to lower border. Shamrock & Co, London. Postally used and dated April 1909. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Spurs were now a Football League Team. This small series of two cards was the complete set
Lot 1572:
Lot 1572 Lot 1572
'Tottenham Hotspurs. Caught Bending. 2' 1909. Early mono real photograph postcard of some of the players in training with title printed to lower border. Shamrock & Co, London. Postally used and dated April 1909. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/80
This small series of two cards was the complete set
Lot 1573:
Lot 1573
Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham and v Burnley, F.A. Cup 2nd and 3rd rounds 1908/09. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows on the pitch with the large crowd behind them, for the matches played at White Hart Lane, with printed title 'Tottenham Hotspur Cup Team 1909' to lower border. F.W.Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. A little fading to image otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
This same team played in the two cup ties, Spurs beating Fulham 1-0 on the 6th February 1909 and drawing with Burnley 0-0 on the 20th February 1909, losing the replay 3-1
Lot 1574:
Lot 1574
Tottenham Hotspur 1909/10. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, in front of the new West Stand, at the time the most modern stand in London, with title and date printed to lower border. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs had been promoted in the previous season and were now proud members of the First Division
Lot 1575:
Lot 1575
Tottenham Hotspur 1910/11. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. F.W.Jones, 708 High Road, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Odd minor faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Spurs finished in 15th position in this 1910/11 season
Lot 1576:
Lot 1576
Tottenham Hotspur 1911/12. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Some fading to image otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Spurs finished in 12th position in this 1911/12 season
Lot 1577:
Lot 1577
Tottenham Hotspur 1912/13. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs finished in 17th position in this 1912/13 season
Lot 1578:
Lot 1578
Tottenham Hotspur 1913/14. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs finished in 17th position in this 1913/14 season
Lot 1579:
Lot 1579 Lot 1579
'White Hart Lane, Tottenham'. Colour postcard of the lane showing two ladies and a child on the leafy lane. Published by E. Gordon Smith, 16 Stroud Green Road, no. 2203. Postally used and dated January 1919. Good condition
Estimate: £20/30
Although the Spurs ground was eventually known as White Hart Lane, the actual lane was situated a few hundred yards down the road from the ground, situated at the Edmonton End
Lot 1580:
Lot 1580
Tottenham Hotspur 1919/20. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team, officials and board members standing and seated in rows, with title printed to lower border. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Rare. Minor silvering to card edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs were relegated at the end of the 1914/15 season and were now playing in Football League Division II. They were champions of the Division that year and were promoted back to Division I
Lot 1581:
Lot 1581 Lot 1581
'Entrance to Spurs Ground, Tottenham' c1915/16. Mono real photograph postcard of the entrance to the ground with the White Hart public house to the left side and the Red House, which in later years became club offices to the right. Title printed to lower border. Publisher unknown but numbered 98323. Postally unused. Rare. Good/ very good condition. An excellent image. Sold with a further mono real photograph postcard of 'High Road, Tottenham' featuring the entrance to the White Hart Lane ground. The trolley buses gone... Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Spurs were relegated at the end of the 1914/15 season and were now playing in Football League Division II. They were champions of the Division that year and were promoted back to Division I
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Tottenham Hotspur 1919/20. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials standing and seated in rows, with title printed to lower border 'Tottenham Hotspur. League Champions Div II. Winners of Norwich Charity Cup. Winners of London Combination'. W.J. Crawford of Lower Edmonton. Postally unused. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs were relegated at the end of the 1914/15 season and were now playing in Football League Division II. They were champions of the Division that year and were promoted back to Division I
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Tottenham Hotspur c1919/20. Mono real photograph postcard of members of the team and officials? sitting in front of the West Stand in suits, flat caps and ties. Some identified, Seed, Banks, Lowe, McDonald etc. W.J. Crawford of Lower Edmonton. 'B.&M. Muer' printed to back of card. Postally unused. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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Tottenham Hotspur c1919/20. Similar mono real photograph postcard of members of the team and officials? sitting in front of the West Stand in suits, flat caps and ties. W.J. Crawford of Lower Edmonton. 'B.&M. Muer' printed to back of card. Postally unused. Rare. Minor silvering to edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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Tottenham Hotspur 'F.A. Cup Winners' 1921. Mono real photograph postcard of members of the Cup Final team with Jimmy Minter the Spurts trainer. The team are pictured on the side of the pitch with a large crowd behind them. The card by W.J. Crawford of Lower Edmonton. Title to lower border reads 'Tottenham Hotspur Cup Team 1921' with players names below. 'April 1921' handwritten in pencil to verso. Stamp to top left hand corner of the back of the card 'Jones Bros, High Road, Tottenham'. Postally unused. Rare. Good
Estimate: £40/60
Spurs won the F.A. Cup in 1921 beating Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 in the Final played at Stamford Bridge
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Tottenham Hotspur v Cardiff City, Football League Division One 1922/23. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows, for the first match of the season played at White Hart Lane on the 26th August 1922. Players names printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Spurs drew with Cardiff 1-1
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Tottenham Hotspur 1923/24. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Some wear to card edges, minor soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £20/30
Spurs finished in 15th position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur 1924/25. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Slight silvering to edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Spurs finished in 12th position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur 1925/26. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and trainer, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Slight silvering to edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Spurs finished in 15th position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur 1926/27. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and trainer, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Slight silvering to edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Spurs finished in 13th position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur 1932/33. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, officials and board members, standing and seated in rows, with title printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Signed in ink by Spurs Manager, Percy Smith to image. Postally unused. Slight wear otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Spurs finished in 2nd position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur 1933/34. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, trainer and manager, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Some slight wear, minor faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Spurs finished in 2nd position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur 1938/39. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows on the pitch, with crowd behind them. A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Postally unused. Good/very good condition. Sold with a colour trade card of the 1938/39 team issued by Sherman's Pools Ltd. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/50
Spurs finished in 8th position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur 1948/49. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows. W.E. Atkins of Tottenham. Postally unused. Good condition. Sold with a mono printed image of the 1948/49 team, issuer unknown. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/40
Spurs finished in 5th position in Division II
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Tottenham Hotspur 1949/50. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows on the pitch. W.E. Atkins of Tottenham. Postally unused. Pen annotation over the title to lower border otherwise in good condition. Sold with a mono real photograph trade card of the 1949/50 team issued by Sport magazine. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/40
Spurs were Champions of Division II in the 1949/50 season
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'Tottenham Hotspurs Football Club. Champions Division 2, Football League 1949/50'. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows with large shield to front. Publisher unknown. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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Tottenham Hotspur 1952. Three mono postcard size photographs depicting the re laying of the pitch at White Hart Lane with stands to the background. Two of the photographs are dated 14th May 1952 and the other 26th May 1952. Photographs by Sutton & Sons Ltd of Reading. Good images
Estimate: £30/50
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Tottenham Hotspur Football Club 1950's. Mono real photograph postcard of the entrance and offices at Red House, with the White Hart Pub, to the Tottenham ground at White Hart Lane. Clock and cockerel mascot just below the roof line of the Red House. Publisher unknown. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £20/30
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Tottenham Hotspur 1953/54. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows on the pitch, with crowd behind them. A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Postally unused. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Spurs finished in 16th position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur 1955/56. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows on the pitch. Barratt's Photo Press Ltd of Fleet Street. Postally unused. Good condition. Sold with a Daily Express printed image of the 1956/57 Spurs team. Qty 2
Estimate: £25/35
Spurs finished in 18th position in the League in the 1955/56 season
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Tottenham Hotspur 1958/59. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows on the pitch, with crowd behind them. A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Postally unused. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Spurs finished in 18th position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur 'Double Winners' 1960/61. Mono real photograph plainback postcard of the Spurs team, standing and seated in rows. Publisher unknown. Signed by ten of the players featured Hills, Ryden, Norman, Hopkins, Baker, Mackay, Hollowbread, Henry, Allen and Dyson. Some fading to odd signature. Postally unused. Good condition. Sold with a further real photograph postcard of Tottenham Hotspur 'Double Winners' 1960/61. Publisher unknown. Odd faults, generally good. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Spurs completed the 'Double' winning the League and F.A. Cup in season 1960/61
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Tottenham Hotspur 1962-1980's. Selection of eleven postcards and trade cards of Spurs teams during the period. Includes colour and mono postcards of the 1962 F.A. Cup winning team, three anonymous publisher and the other presented with 'The Hornet', the 1964/65 team (Daily Mirror), colour cards of the 1969/70, 1975/76, 1984 (UEFA Cup win) etc. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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Edward Hughes. Tottenham Hotspur 1899-1908. Early mono printed postcard of Hughes, head and shoulders, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'E. Hughes. Tottenham Hotspur'. Wrench No. 2171. Postally unused. Very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Ted Hughes joined Tottenham in 1899 from Everton. At Spurs, the left half played one game of the Southern League when Tottenham won the competition for the first time. The following season he was a member of the 1901 FA Cup Final winning team
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John Leonard Jones. Tottenham Hotspur 1897-1904. Early mono printed postcard of Jones, head and shoulders, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'J.L. Jones. Tottenham Hotspur'. Wrench No. 2170. Signed in black ink by Jones 'Sincerely yours J.L. Jones'. Postally used. The postcard was sent to Jones in October 1903 by an autograph collector asking him to sign the image and post back to him, which Jones did... Minor soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
After three seasons with Sheffield United, Jones joined Tottenham Hotspur in May 1897, but as Spurs were not members of the Football League they did not have to pay a transfer fee to United, much to the annoyance of their directors. Playing principally in the outside left position for his new club, Jones became a mainstay of the first-team for seven seasons, becoming club captain and skippering the 1901 FA Cup Final winning side, ironically beating his former club, Sheffield United
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John Henry Kirwan. Tottenham Hotspur 1899-1905. Early mono printed postcard of Kirwan, head and shoulders, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'J. K[e]rwan. Tottenham Hotspur'. Wrench No. 2182. Signed in black ink by Kirwan 'Yours sincerely John H. Kirwan'. Postally used. The postcard was sent to Jones in October 1903 by an autograph collector asking him to sign the image and post back to him, which Jones did... Minor soiling and staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
As a football player, he was described as an out and out winger with good pace and skills. He had previously played gaelic football for Dublin. As a football coach he became the first professional manager of Dutch side Ajax. He was the last survivor of the Tottenham team that won the 1901 FA Cup.
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George Clawley. Tottenham Hotspur 1899-1903. Early mono printed postcard of Clawley, head and shoulders, in Spurs shirt and goalkeepers cap. Title to lower border 'Famous Football Players. G. Clawley'. Raphael Tuck. Football postcard. Series 900. Postally unused. Very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
A fine keeper, who was tall with a strong build to repel the physical approaches by attacking players allowed in his day and one who showed no fear in going for the ball, George Clawley's sheer presence gave the defenders in front of him great confidence. He made some good saves in the 1901 FA Cup Final to keep Spurs in the match, but might be best remembered for the controversial goal that took the final to a replay
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Vivian John Woodward. Tottenham Hotspur 1901-1909. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Woodward, full length, in England shirt. Title to lower border 'Vivian J. Woodward Tottenham Hotspurs. Nov. 1906'. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally used with spurs details, dated October 1908. Odd faults to two corners otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Vivian Woodward was an English amateur footballer who enjoyed the peak of his career from the turn of the 20th century to the outbreak of the First World War. He played for Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea. He captained Great Britain to gold medals at the 1908 Olympics in London and in Stockholm in 1912. Woodward's tally of 29 goals in 23 matches for England remained a record from 1911 to 1958; his strike rate of 1.26 goals per game remains the all-time record for an England player
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Herbert Chapman. Tottenham Hotspur 1905-1907. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Chapman, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'H. Chapman. Tottenham Hotspurs'. Appears to be a 'Jones Bros, Tottenham' postcard. Postally used, dated April 1906. Minor faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Herbert Chapman was an English association football player and manager. Though he had an undistinguished playing career, he went on to become one of the most influential and successful managers in the early 20th century, before his sudden death in 1934. In 1925, Arsenal successfully tempted Chapman to join them as manager, and he led the club to its first ever silverware by winning one FA Cup and two First Division titles. His work at Arsenal resulted in their becoming the dominant team of the 1930s - they won five League titles and two FA Cups in the decade before the suspension of football due to outbreak of World War II, but he did not live to see them do so, dying suddenly at the age of 55.
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John Giles Whitbourn. Tottenham Hotspur 1905-1908 and William Dow. Tottenham Hotspur 1905-1908. Two early sepia real photograph postcards of Whitbourn and Dow, both full length, in Spurs jerseys. Title to lower border 'J. Whitbourn. Tottenham Hotspurs' and 'W. Dow. Tottenham Hotspurs'. Both Jones Bros, Tottenham postcards. Both postally unused. Minor light fading to both cards otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
John Giles Whitbourn was an English professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Sunderland, Tottenham and Leyton William Dow made only nine League appearances for Spurs scoring three goals
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Percy Humphreys. Tottenham Hotspur 1909-1911. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Humphreys, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'Percy Humphreys. Tottenham Hotspur'. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Humphreys only made 45 league appearances for Spurs, scoring 24 goals, none of which were as vital as the one that he scored against Chelsea in the final match of the 1909/10 season which ensured that Chelsea were relegated instead of Spurs
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James Cantrell. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1922. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Cantrell, full length, in suit and tie standing next to three trophies on a table. Signed by Cantrell 'Yours Truly, Jimmy Cantrell. Aug 26/1920'. Fryer, Day & Electric Light Studios, Nottingham. Postally unused. Some creasing to postcard, wear to corners, some soiling and staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Jimmy Cantrell scored 74 goals in 160 appearances for Spurs. In a career interrupted by the First World War, Cantrell lead the Spurs forward line that won the Football League Second Division in 1919-20 with a then record 70 points. He went on to collect a winner's medal in the 1921 FA Cup Final at the age of 38
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Ernest Coquet. Tottenham Hotspur 1908-1911. Early mono real photograph postcard of Coquet, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'E. Coquet. Tottenham Hotspur'. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused. Sold with Daniel Steel. Tottenham Hotspur 1906-1912. Early mono real photograph postcard of Steel, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'D. Steel. Captain, Tottenham Hotspur'. Appears to be a 'Jones Bros, Tottenham' postcard. Postally unused. Both cards in good/very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
In his three seasons at White Hart Lane, Coquet made 76 Football League, eight FA Cup and six Southern League appearances.

Steel, after spending two years in the background at Tottenham Hotspur following his move there in 1906, went on to establish himself and make 141 appearances in all competitions for Spurs (scoring four goals) between 1908 and 1912.
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John Joyce. Tottenham Hotspur 1903, 1909-1915. Early mono real photograph postcard of Joyce, full length, in Spurs jersey. Title to lower border 'Tiny Joyce. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Tiny Joyce was known to supporters as 'Tiny' in allusion to his size, being 6 feet tall and weighing over 14 stone. After a brief spell with Tottenham Hotspur in 1903, he returned to Millwall in the summer where he was to remain for the next six years, before re-joining Spurs in 1909. At White Hart Lane, Joyce was initially first-choice 'keeper, before losing his place to Tommy Lunn but by 1912, he had ousted Lunn and taken over as the regular "custodian". On 10 April 1914, Joyce scored from a penalty against Bolton Wanderers and followed this with another against Bayern Munich in a friendly a month later. Joyce played a total of 113 first-team matches for the Spurs, with his career ending following the outbreak of World War 1
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Charles Stanley Rance. Tottenham Hotspur 1910-1920. Early mono real photograph postcard of Rance, full length, in Spurs shirt. 'Crawford of Edmonton, 1920'. Nicely signed in ink 'C.S. Rance' and dated '19/4/23'. Postally unused. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
In 1910, Charlie Rance, a centre half, joined Tottenham from Clapton. He played a total of 110 matches and scored one goal for the club in all competitions
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Walter Scott Tattersall. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1914. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Tattersall, full length, in Spurs jersey. Title to lower border 'W. Tattersall. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Sold with Thomas Henry Lunn. Tottenham Hotspur 1909-1912. Early mono real photograph postcard of Lunn, full length, in Spurs jersey. Title to lower border 'T.H. Lunn. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Both cards in good/very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Watford sold winger Wally Tattersall and wing half Arthur Grimsdell to Tottenham Hotspur in 1912, for a combined fee of £500. He scored five goals in 47 matches in all competitions for the Lilywhites.

Lunn signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1909 where he featured in a further 91 matches in all competitions between 1909-1912. He played regularly over the next two seasons but was replaced by John "Tiny" Joyce in 1912. He played two more games in early 1913 but on taking out a publican's licence he was suspended for breach of contract
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Frank William Bentley. Tottenham Hotspur 1909-1911. Early mono real photograph postcard of Bentley, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'F.W. Bentley. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Minor fading otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Bentley played 41 matches for Spurs in three seasons at White Hart Lane
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Herbert Middlemiss. Tottenham Hotspur 1908-1919. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Middlemiss, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'H. Middlemiss. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Sold with Frederick Ingram Walden. Tottenham Hotspur 1913-1924. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Walden, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'F. Walden. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Both cards in very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Bert Middlemiss was an outside left who between 1908 and 1919 played a total of 261 matches and found the net on 55 occasions in all competitions for the club.

Fanny Walden was only 5 ft 2 in tall and was often described as a 'diminutive winger'. His small stature also accounted for his nickname 'Fanny' which was in common use during his time to describe those of 'dainty physique'. He continued to play for Tottenham after the enforced break caused by the First World War and made his most important contribution for Spurs in the team which won the Second Division title in 1920 but the following year unfortunately missed the 1921 FA Cup Final due to injury. He went on to play in over 300 games for Spurs including 214 league games scoring 21 goals
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Albert Abraham Goodman. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1920. Early mono real photograph postcard of Goodman, half length, in Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Nicely signed in ink 'Sincerely yours, A. Goodman'. Postally unused. Very good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Bert Goodman joined Tottenham Hotspur in 1919 where he played 17 matches and scored one goal in all competitions. After leaving the Lilywhites he played for Margate
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Arthur Grimsdell. Tottenham Hotspur & England. Mono real photograph postcard of Grimsdell (Spurs Captain) shaking hands with the Prince of Wales (later to be crowned King Edward VIII), with Club Director Maurice Cadman, shortly before the F.A. Cup Final in 1921 at Stamford Bridge. Caption to lower border reads 'Our Prince meets Arthur Grimsdell (of the Spurs)'. 'D.S. Copyright'. Good condition. Rare
Estimate: £40/60
In the F.A. Cup Final of 1921, Tottenham Hotspur beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 with Dimmock scoring the winning goal. This was the second of three F.A. Cup Finals to be held at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea and the attendance was 72,805.
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Tottenham Hotspur. Excellent selection of twelve Phillips 'Pinnace' premium issue cabinet size mono real photograph trade card of Spurs players issued in the early part of the 1920's. Players featured are Bert Smith, Bert Bliss, Arthur Grimsdell, Thomas Clay, Jimmy Banks, Bob McDonald, Jimmy Seed, Bill Jaques, Jimmy Cantrell, Fanny Walden, Jimmy Dimmock and Charlie Walters. Each card measures 4"x6". Excellent images. Crease to the top border of the Jimmy Seed card otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
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Robert James McDonald. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1924. Early mono real photograph postcard of McDonald, half length, in Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Nicely signed in ink 'Best Wishes R.J. McDonald'. Postally unused. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Bob McDonald joined the Spurs from Inverness Caledonian in 1919. Playing as a full back he made a total of 125 appearances in all competitions in his time at White Hart Lane. The highlight of his Tottenham career was to be a member of the winning 1921 FA Cup Final team
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Herbert Bliss. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1922. Early mono real photograph postcard of Bliss, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Nick/small tear to base of postcard, corner crease and minor wear to postcard edges, slight soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Bert Bliss was an inside forward who joined Tottenham from Willenhall Swifts for £10 on 12 April 1912. He had a reputation for speed, accurate passing and riffling shots on goal. He played for Spurs between 1912 and 1922 during which time he made 215 appearances and scored 106 goals. He was a member of the team, which was promoted to the Football League First Division in 1920 and won the FA Cup in 1921
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William Jaques. Tottenham Hotspur 1914-1922. Early mono real photograph postcard of McDonald, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Nicely signed in pencil 'Yours truly, W. Jaques, 31/12/21'. A rarer signature. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Bill Jaques signed for Tottenham from Coventry in 1914. The reliable goal keeper played a total of 138 matches in all competitions for the club between 1914 and 1922. He was a regular in the Second Division championship winning side of 1919/20. He died in 1925 at the age of 36 years
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Arthur Grimsdell. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1929. Early mono real photograph postcard of Grimsdell, half length, in Spurs shirt. Publisher unknown. Nicely signed 'Yours faithfully, A. Grimsdell'. Postally unused. Minor wear otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Arthur Grimsdell was signed as a schoolboy player to Tottenham Hotspur at the age of 18 in April 1912. He played his first game that year. His career was interrupted by the First World War. On his return in 1919, he captained Tottenham and scored 14 goals in the 1919/20 season and led the team to win the Second Division that year. In the following season he captained the side, which won the FA Cup in 1921. His successful club career continued until he broke his leg during the 1925 season. He did not return to play for the side until 1927 and he went on to play for Spurs until April 1929 when he was released by the club. He made in total 418 appearances for Tottenham scoring 43 goals including 324 League appearances and 36 F.A Cup matches. In recognition of his distinguished career and service to the club he was admitted the Tottenham Hotspur Hall of Fame
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F. McCudden. Tottenham Hotspur 1923-1924. Early mono real photograph postcard of McCudden, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Nicely signed in ink 'Yours faithfully, F. McCudden'. Postally unused. Minor wear to image otherwise in good condition. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £50/80
F. McCudden played in one friendly match for Spurs v West Ham United at Upton Park on the 23rd February 1924. The match was drawn 1-1
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William Alexander Whitton. Tottenham Hotspur 1921-1923. Mono real photograph postcard of Whitton, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Nicely signed in ink 'Yours, W.A. Whitton'. Postally unused. Good condition. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £50/80
Bill Whitton played two matches and scored two goals for Spurs, before signing for Chelsea in March 1923
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Charles Walters. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1925. Mono real photograph postcard of Walters, full length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Nicely signed in ink 'Yours Sincerely, C. Walters'. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Charlie Walters, a centre half, joined Tottenham from Oxford City in 1919. He made 117 appearances in all competitions for the club including collecting a winners' medal in the 1921 FA Cup Final
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James Cantrell. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1922. Mono real photograph postcard of Cantrell, full length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Nicely signed in ink 'Sincerely yours, Jimmy Cantrell, T.H.F.C.'. Postally unused. Odd faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Tottenham Hotspur impressed by Jimmy Cantrell's goal scoring paid a substantial sum for his services from Notts County in 1912. In a career interrupted by the First World War, Cantrell lead the Spurs forward line that won the Football League Second Division in 1919-20 with a then record 70 points. He went on to collect a winner's medal in the 1921 FA Cup Final at the age of 38
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Charles Wilson. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1922. Mono real photograph postcard of Wilson, full length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton 1921. Signed 'C. Wilson'. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
After being demobbed Charlie Wilson played six times for Tottenham Hotspur in the 1918/19 season, although for reasons unknown he decided to hide his identity. In four of these games he played under the name of 'C. Williams' and in the other under the pseudonym of 'C. Forshaw'. Only in the sixth did he finally take to the field as Charlie Wilson. With the war over the Football League returned and Wilson scored 11 goals for Spurs in the 1919/20 season helping them claim the Second Division title
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James Marshall Seed. Tottenham Hotspur 1920-1927. Sepia real photograph postcard of Seed, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton 1921. Signed in pencil 'Yours Truly, Jimmy Seed 12/21/31'. Postally unused. Card edges a little soiled otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
After initially playing five games in the reserves Jimmy Seed got his first team chance with Spurs, making his debut at inside right and forming an immediate understanding with the legendary, diminutive right winger Fanny Walden. Seed played five games in the remainder of the 1919/20 season, scoring two goals as Spurs ran away with the Division Two title. Seed was a virtual ever present for Spurs in the following seven seasons in Division One. The 1919/20 season saw Tottenham lift the FA Cup with Seed playing in all six matches in the cup run, scoring five goals including a hat trick against Bradford City in the second round. Just two months after getting his cup winners medal Seed was called up for the first of this five England caps on 21 May 1921 against Belgium
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James Henry Dimmock. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1930. Mono real photograph postcard of Seed, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton 1920. Signed in pencil 'Yours Truly, J. Dimmock'. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Jimmy Dimmock holds a unique place in the history of Tottenham Hotspur by being the only player in the club's history to play 400 league games and score 100 league goals. He also remains (at 20 years 139 days) the youngest Tottenham player to appear in an FA Cup Final. Undoubtedly his most memorable season was the 1920/21 season. Jimmy made his international debut against Scotland on 9 April 1921 at the age of 20 years and 125 days to become the youngest Spurs player (at that time) to play for England, and a fortnight later he appeared for Spurs in the FA Cup Final against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Stamford Bridge. Despite sustaining an injury early in the game, he scored the only goal of the game to secure a second FA Cup triumph for Tottenham. Surprisingly, he had to wait five years to gain his 2 further international caps, against Wales and Belgium in 1926.

When he was released by Spurs in 1931 he had scored 100 goals in 400 league games
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James Henry Dimmock. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1930. Mono real photograph postcard of Seed, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Good/very good condition. Sold with Bertram Smith. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1930. Mono real photograph postcard of Smith, full length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Title to lower border reads 'International Spurs Players. Bert Smith (Right Half)'. Some wear with slight damage to left hand edge, some soiling otherwise in good condition Postally unused. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Bert Smith made 319 appearances and scored ten goals in all competitions for the club. The highlight of his Spurs career was collecting a winners' medal in the 1921 FA Cup Final
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Tottenham Hotspur c early 1920's. Plain postcard very nicely signed in ink to face by fourteen Spurs players from the period. Players are Arthur Grimsdell, Lowe, McDonald, Walden, Seed, Cantrell, Dimmock, B. Smith, Lindsay, Skinner, Handley, Maddison, Walters and Clay. Very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
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Tommy Clay, Fanny Walden and Bill Jaques. Tottenham Hotspur circa 1920-1922. Mono real photograph postcard showing all three players, full length on the pitch, in Spurs shirts, with large crowd behind them in the stand. Signed by all three players in pencil. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £70/100
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Thomas Clay. Tottenham Hotspur 1914-1929. Mono real photograph postcard of Clay, full length, in Spurs shirt. Signed boldly in pencil 'J.C. Clay'. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £50/70
Tommy Clay played for Spurs throughout the First World War participating in 107 friendly matches. He captained the side in 1920 when it won the Second division title. In March 1921 he kept a clean sheet as stand-in goalkeeper in a 1-0 victory over Sunderland. Later the same year, although not captain, he played in the 1921 FA Cup Final. He continued to play for Tottenham, totting-up 318 league appearances
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Thomas Clay. Tottenham Hotspur 1914-1929. 'Our Football Boys'. Colour caricature plainback postcard of Clay presented with the Football Favourite/Special. 'No.2 Tom Clay, Tottenham Hotspur, 23rd September 1922. G
Estimate: £20/30
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George Maddison. Tottenham Hotspur 1922-1923. Mono real photograph postcard of Maddison, full length, in Spurs jersey. Signed in ink 'Yours truly, G. Maddison'. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £50/70
George Maddison began his career at Birtley Colliery before joining Tottenham Hotspur in 1922. He made a total of 41 appearances in all competitions for the White Hart Lane club between 1922/23
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John Pearson and James Andrew Banks. Tottenham Hotspur c1921[?]. Mono real photograph postcard showing both players, full length on the pitch, in Spurs shirts, in front of the stand. Signed by both players one in pencil, the other in ink. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good condition. Postally unused
Estimate: £60/90
Pearson and Banks were both awarded a joint Benefit against Chelsea in 1921. This image could well have been taken in that season
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Robert Samuel Brown. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1923. Mono real photograph postcard of Brown, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Some wear to corners otherwise in good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £30/40
Brown began his career at his local club non-League Thorneycrofts before joining Tottenham Hotspur. The left back made 45 appearances in all competitions for the White Hart Lane club between 1919-1923
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Herbert Blake. Tottenham Hotspur 1921-1923. Mono real photograph postcard of Blake, half length, in Spurs jersey. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good/very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £30/50
Herbert Blake joined Tottenham Hotspur in 1921 where he went on to appear in 56 matches in all competitions between 1921-1923
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Alexander Findlay Lindsay. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1929. Mono real photograph postcard of Lindsay, half length, in Spurs jersey. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good condition Postally unused. Sold with Alfred Thomas Messer. Tottenham Hotspur 1930-1931. Mono real photograph postcard of Messer, half length, in Spurs jersey. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £60/90
Lindsay joined Tottenham Hotspur from Raith Rovers in 1919. The centre forward played a total of 224 matches and scored on 48 occasions in all competitions for the Lilywhites.

Alf Messer signed for Reading in 1923 and went on to feature in 271 matches and scored 18 goals between 1923-1929. Messer signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1930 and played in 52 games and found the net twice in all competitions
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A.W. Jennings. Tottenham Hotspur 1923-1924. Mono real photograph postcard of Lindsay, half length, in Spurs jersey. Nicely signed by Jennings 'Yours truly A.W. Jennings'. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £50/80
Jennings played in only two matches in the 1923/24 season, both London F.A. Charity Cup matches against Crystal Palace and Clapton Orient
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Horace Lowe. Tottenham Hotspur 1914-1926. Excellent mono real photograph postcard of Lowe, half length, in Spurs jersey. Nicely signed by Lowe 'Best Wishes, Harry Lowe'. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Crease to postcard otherwise in good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £50/70
Harry Lowe, a centre half, signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1914. He played a total of 72 matches in all competitions between 1914-1926 for the Spurs
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Frank Raymond Osborne. Tottenham Hotspur 1924-1931. Excellent mono real photograph postcard of Osbourne, half length, in Spurs jersey. Nicely signed by Osbourne 'Sincerely Yours, F. Osbourne'. Appears to be a 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton' postcard. Good/very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £50/70
Frank Osbourne was one of the top forwards of the 1920s, playing for Tottenham Hotspur, making 210 appearance and also making four appearances for England
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Matthew Forster. Tottenham Hotspur 1920-1929. Excellent mono real photograph postcard of Forster, half length, in Spurs jersey. Nicely signed by Forster 'Yours sincerely, Matt Forster'. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Good/very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £50/70
Matt Forster a full back joined Tottenham from Newburn in 1920 and made 244 appearances in all competitions for the club
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Alexander Campbell Hunter. Tottenham Hotspur 1920-1922. Mono real photograph postcard of goalkeeper Hunter, full length, in Spurs jersey leaning on a goal post. Appears to be a 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton' postcard. Good/very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £30/50
Alex Hunter joined Tottenham Hotspur in 1920 and was a member of the 1921 FA Cup Final-winning side. Hunter featured in 26 matches in all competitions for Spurs. After leaving White Hart Lane in 1922 he moved on to Wigan Borough
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Frank Hartley. Tottenham Hotspur 1922 and 1927-1929. Mono real photograph postcard of Hartley, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good/very good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £40/60
Hartley began his career at Oxford City before joining Tottenham Hotspur in 1922 and played in one match. After a spell with the Corinthians, the inside forward rejoined Spurs to go on and make a further six appearances and scoring once between 1927-1929
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David Wilson Colquhoun. Tottenham Hotspur 1931-1934. Mono real photograph postcard of Colquhon, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. Photographer unknown, probably W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good/very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £30/50
In 1931 the Davie Colquhoun, a , right half signed for Tottenham Hotspur where he featured in 87 matches and scored twice in all competitions between 1931-1934
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Reginald Harold Bungay. Tottenham Hotspur 1932-1933. Mono real photograph postcard of Colquhon, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Good/very good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £40/60
Bungay joined Spurs at the start of the 1932/33 season but failed to appear in the first team
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James Smailes. Tottenham Hotspur 1930-1931. Mono real photograph postcard of Smailes, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Good/very good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £40/60
Jimmy Smailes, an outside left, signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1930 making 16 appearances and scored three goals for the Spurs
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Harry Skitt. Tottenham Hotspur 1924-1931 and Herbert Hodgkinson. Tottenham Hotspur 1930-1931. Mono real photograph postcards of Skitt and Hodgkinson , half length, wearing Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton' stamp and 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso of each card. Good/very good condition Postally unused. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Harry Skitt joined Tottenham in 1924 and played a total of 229 matches in all competitions for the White Hart Lane club.

Bert Hodgkinson signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1930 and went on to make 58 appearances for the club in all competitions
Lot 1653:
Lot 1653
John Alfred Morrison. Tottenham Hotspur 1931 and 1932-1939. Mono real photograph postcard of Morrison, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. Crusha & Son Ltd, Tottenham. Good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £40/60
Johnny Morrison joined Spurs in 1931 for his first spell at the club. He moved to the Tottenham Hotspur nursery club Northfleet United before rejoining the White Hart Lane side in 1932. The free-scoring centre forward played a total of 154 matches and found the net on 102 occasions in all competitions up to the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939
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Tottenham Hotspur Managers. Peter McWilliam. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1927 and 1938-1942 and John Tresadern. Tottenham Hotspur 1935-1938. Two mono real photograph postcards of McWilliam, both half length. Both postcards by A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Good condition Postally unused. Qty 2
Estimate: £50/80
Peter McWilliam went on to manage Tottenham Hotspur on two separate occasions as well as Middlesbrough. He was the longest serving manager at Tottenham (however, both his stints were interrupted by world wars, therefore he managed fewer years of normal football) and led Spurs to an FA Cup win in 1921, becoming the first man to win the competition as a player, with Newcastle United, and a manager with Spurs.

Jack Tresadern left Crystal Palace to manage Tottenham Hotspur, but had little success at White Hart Lane, resigning to take over at Plymouth Argyle in April 1938 rather than wait to be sacked
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Tottenham Hotspur. Selection of three pre-printed postcards posted by D. Rebbeck, a autograph collector from Chippenham, from 1947 to 1953 to various Spurs players requesting their autograph. The cricketers have signed the cards on verso and returned the cards to Mr Rebbeck. Signatures, nicely signed in ink, are Cyril Henry Spiers (1927-1933), Eugene 'Taffy' (1927-1935) and George Samuel Hunt (1930-1937). Each card with pre-printed request and postage stamp. File holes to card edge not affecting the signatures. Good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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Leslie Francis Howe. Tottenham Hotspur 1930-1939 and Frederick Albert Sargent. Tottenham Hotspur 1933-1945. Two mono real photograph postcards of Howe and Sargent, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Good condition Postally unused. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Les Howe signed as a professional in August 1930 for Tottenham Hotspur. On 26 December 1930, he his debut at right half at Southampton. He played in every outfield position for the White Hart Lane club which also included an appearance as an emergency goal keeper against Coventry City. The versatile player featured in 182 games and scored 28 goals in all competitions for Spurs till the outbreak of World War II in 1939.

Fred Sargent was a right winger who played for Tottenham Hotspur between 1934-1935 making 109 appearances and scored 31 goals for the club.
Lot 1657:
Lot 1657
John Harris. Tottenham Hotspur 1939. Mono real photograph postcard of Harris, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £40/60
Gentleman John Harris made one appearance for Tottenham in the 1938/39 season, after the war he played 326 matches for Chelsea between 1945 and 1956
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Sid Tickridge. Tottenham Hotspur 1946-1951 and Ronald William Dix. Tottenham Hotspur 1939-1947. Two mono real photograph postcards of Tickridge and Dix, full length, wearing Spurs attire. Publisher unknown. Name handwritten to lower border of the Tickridge postcard otherwise in good condition Postally unused. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Tickridge joined Spurs as a junior in April 1946. He played a total of 101 games in all competitions for the club in the position of full back from 1946 to 1950. Tickridge took part in the push and run side of 1950-1951.

Dix joined Tottenham Hotspur in June 1939, scoring once in one of his 3 1939-40 games for Spurs prior to the season being abandoned due to the outbreak of the Second World War, and he played for Spurs both sides of the War, scoring 6 goals in 43 appearances.
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Jimmy Kelly. Tottenham Hotspur 1949-50, Richard K. Cook. Tottenham Hotspur 1949-1950 and Leonard Stanley Duquemin. Tottenham Hotspur 1946-1957. Three mono real photograph postcards of Kelly, Cook and Duquemin, two full length, one half length, wearing Spurs attire. Publisher unknown. Good condition Postally unused. Qty 3
Estimate: £50/80
Jimmy Kelly had been transferred from Glenavon to Second Division Tottenham Hotspur. While Spurs were promoted to Division One in that season Jimmy was transferred to Carlisle United the following February, without making a first team appearance at White Hart Lane.

Richard Cook moved to Spurs from Reading in 1949 but only made three appearance for the club before moving to Watford.

Len Duquemin made 307 appearances for Tottenham Hotspur and scored 134 goals. He won the League Championship in 1951 having won the Second Division title the year before. Known as 'Reliable Len' for his hard work rather than for being a stylish player
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William Ernest Arthur Jones. Tottenham Hotspur 1947-49, Cyril Harvey Toulouse. Tottenham Hotspur 1947-1948 and Victor Frederick Buckingham. Tottenham Hotspur 1935-1949. Three mono real photograph postcards of Jones, Toulouse and Buckingham, all full length, wearing Spurs attire. One card, W.E. Atkins of Tottenham, the other two publisher unknown, but seem very similar. Good condition Postally unused. Qty 3
Estimate: £50/80
Ernie Jones was a free scoring winger transferred to Tottenham Hotspur in October 1947 for a £7000 fee. He went on to appear in 57 matches and found the net on 16 occasions in all competitions between 1947 and 1948.

Cyril Toulouse signed for Tottenham Hotspur in December 1947 and made his debut for the Spurs in a fixture versus WBA on 11 September 1948.Toulouse played two senior matches for the White Hart Lane club.

Vic Buckingham joined Tottenham Hotspur in 1934 and played his first season for Tottenham Hotspur nursery club, Northfleet United. After that single season he returned to Tottenham, then playing in the Second Division, where he accumulated 230 matches as a defensive midfielder and later defender before leaving in 1949.
Lot 1661:
Lot 1661
William Edward Nicholson. Tottenham Hotspur 1939. Mono real photograph postcard of Nicholson, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £40/60
Bill Nicholson had a 36-year association with Tottenham Hotspur he was a player, coach, manager and scout. He played for the club from 1938-1955. He is considered one of the most important figures in the club's history, winning eight major trophies in his 16-year managerial spell (1958-1974), and most notably guiding the team to their Double-winning season of 1960/1961.
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Tottenham Hotspur 1950/60's. Four mono real photograph postcards of Alf Ramsey, Danny Blanchflower, Bill Brown and the last featuring Spurs players and linesman leaving the pitch with snow on the ground. One postcard by Ditchburn & Adcock of Tottenham. All plainback postcards. Good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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Tottenham Hotspur 1950/60's. Four signed mono real photograph postcards of Bill Brown, Ron Burgess, Cliff Jones and Dave Mackay. One postcard by Ditchburn & Adcock of Tottenham. Good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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Tottenham Hotspur 1950/60's. Three signed mono real photograph postcards of Danny Blanchflower, Johnny Brooks and John Ryden. All plain back postcards. Odd faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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Tottenham Hotspur 1960's. Six mono real photograph postcards of Alan Gilzean, Alan Mullery, Terry Venables, Mike England, Jimmy Greaves and Dave Mackay. All plain back postcards. Sold with three mono real photograph trade cards of Les Allen, Ron Henry and John White issued in the 'Star' October 1960. Odd faults otherwise in good condition. Qty 9
Estimate: £40/60
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Tottenham Hotspur 1960's to 1990's. Forty six mono and colour postcards, trade cards, advertising cards and odd photograph of spurs players from the period. Includes Mullery, Jennings, Chivers, Peters, England, Hoddle, Greaves, Howells, Ardiles, Waddle, Lineker, Klinsmann, Gascoigne, Ginola, Sheringham etc. Odd card signed including Nielsen, Ginola, Ardiles, Chivers etc. Five cards are the '3D Gallery of Football Stars' issued by the Sun in the early 1970's. Odd faults otherwise in good condition. Qty 46
Estimate: £40/60
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Tottenham Hotspur v Hastings. Season 1909-1910 and Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham 1910-1911. South Eastern League. Two original reserve team programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Hastings (4th September 1909) and v Fulham (1st September 1910). The Hastings programme appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, minor age toning otherwise in good condition. The Fulham programme in good condition but has paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme. Rare early programmes. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Spurs beat Hasting 2-0 and Fulham 1-0 in these matches
Lot 1668:
Lot 1668
Tottenham Hotspur v Croydon Common. London Football Association Challenge Cup 2nd round. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the Cup match played at White Hart Lane on the 11th October 1909. The programme in good/very good condition but has paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Spurs beat Croydon Common 7-1.

Early programmes for Spurs matches featured a cartoon normally featuring 'Cocky' the Cockerel by artist Fred Perry. The programmes featuring 'Cocky' continued to be published until the 1928/29 season when Jos Walker took over the mantle.
Lot 1669:
Lot 1669
Tottenham Hotspur v Middlesborough. English League Division 1. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 16th October 1909. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
This was Spurs first year in Division One having been promoted in the previous season. Spurs lost to Middlesborough 1-3
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Lot 1670
Tottenham Hotspur v Notts County. English League Division 1. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 30th October 1909. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, minor annotation in pencil to some pages, light horizontal crease otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
This was Spurs first year in Division One having been promoted in the previous season. Spurs lost to Notts County 1-3
Lot 1671:
Lot 1671
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton. English League Division 1. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 8th January 1910. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, small tear to spine edge of programme, minor ink annotation to front wrapper, light horizontal crease otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
This was Spurs first year in Division One having been promoted in the previous season. Spurs beat Everton 3-0
Lot 1672:
Lot 1672
Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City. English League Division 1. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 12th February 1910. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, minor loss to edge of front wrapper, ink annotation to team changes on rear 'field of play' wrapper, light horizontal crease, paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
This was Spurs first year in Division One having been promoted in the previous season. Spurs beat Bristol City 3-2
Lot 1673:
Lot 1673
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United. English League Division 1. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 19th March 1910. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to team changes on rear 'field of play' wrapper, pencil scores to one page, minor chipping to front wrapper edges, light horizontal crease otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
This was Spurs first year in Division One having been promoted in the previous season. Spurs lost to Newcastle 0-4
Lot 1674:
Lot 1674
Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield Wednesday. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 3rd September 1910. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to rear 'field of play' wrapper and to one inside page, pencil scores to one page, minor chipping to edges, light horizontal crease otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Spurs beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-1
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Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City, v Luton Town and v Clapton Orient. Season 1910-1911. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Bristol City (10th September 1910), v Luton Town (1st October 1910) and v Clapton Orient (26th November 1910). All three programmes have a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme. The Luton Town programme has small loss to programme extremities. Good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs beat Bristol City 1-0, Luton Town 2-0 and Clapton Orient 2-0 in these matches
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Lot 1676
Tottenham Hotspur v Preston North End. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 8th October 1910. The programme has a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Spurs drew with Preston 1-1
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Lot 1677
Football League v Southern League. A.E. Kennedy Benefit Match. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the Benefit match played at White Hart Lane on the 17th October 1910. The programme has the remains of a paper tape strip to the spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Arthur Edward Kennedy was connected with WoolwIch Arsenal Football Club and gave many years of service as Finance Secretary, Manager, Director and Chairman. He died at the age of 41 years.

The Southern League beat the Football League 4-0 in the match
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Lot 1678
Tottenham Hotspur v Bury. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 5th November 1910. The programme appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, scorers have been annotated in ink to 'field of play', minor tears and nicks to programme edges otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Spurs beat Bury 5-0
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Lot 1679
Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 19th November 1910. The programme has a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Spurs lost to Villa 1-2
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Tottenham Hotspur v Croydon Common, v Tunbridge Wells and v Brighton. Season 1910-1911. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Croydon Common (9th January 1911), v Tunbridge Wells (21st January 1911) and v Brighton (25th February 1911. All three programmes have a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme. The Croydon Common programme has ink annotation to the 'field of Play' and a tear to the bottom of the rear wrapper edge and nicks to the front wrapper edges otherwise in good condition. The Tunbridge Wells programme in good/very good condition and the Brighton programme with some age toning, minor nicks to page edges and pencil annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs beat Croydon Common 3-0 Tunbridge Wells 4-0 and lost to Brighton 0-1 in these matches
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Lot 1681
Whites v Stripes. International Trial Match. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the Trial match played at White Hart Lane on the 23rd January 1911. The programme appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, some minor wear to covers, some age toning to programme otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Whites beat the Stripes 4-1
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Tottenham Hotspur v Oldham Athletic. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 28th January 1911. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks and splitting to spine edge, some minor wear to covers, some age toning to programme, minor loss to lower right hand corner, ink handwritten annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
The match was abandoned at half time due to fog
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Tottenham Hotspur v Tottenham League & Alliance. Friendly. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the friendly match played at White Hart Lane on the 4th February 1911. The programme has a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme, some minor wear to covers, some age toning to programme otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
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Tottenham Hotspur v Middlesborough. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 13th February 1911. The programme has a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Spurs beat Middlesborough 6-2
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Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool and v Swindon. English League Division 1 and South Eastern League. Season 1910-1911. Original joint match programme for the English League Division 1 match v Liverpool played on the 4th March 1911 and the reserve match v Swindon Town played on the 6th March 1911 at White Hart Lane. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks and splitting to spine edge, the covers very nearly cleanly detached, pencil annotation to results page and attendance written in ink to 'field of play' on back page otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Spurs beat Liverpool 1-0 and Swindon beat Tottenham 1-3
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Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland and v Coventry City. English League Division 1 and South Eastern League. Season 1910-1911. Original joint match programme for the English League Division 1 match v Sunderland played on the 1st April 1911 and the reserve match v Coventry City played on the 3rd April 1911 at White Hart Lane. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks and splitting to spine edge, the covers cleanly detached, pencil annotation to results page and attendance written in ink to 'field of play' on back page otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Spurs drew with Sunderland 1-1 and Tottenham beat Coventry 3-0
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Lot 1687
Tottenham Hotspur v Bradford City. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 15th April 1911. The programme has a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Spurs beat Bradford City 2-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland. English League Division 1. Season 1911-1912. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 20th January 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with nicks, tears and splitting to spine edge, the covers detached, tears and nicks to page edges resulting in some small loss, overall in about fair/good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £30/50
Spurs drew with Sunderland 0-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City. South Eastern League. Season 1911-1912. Original programme for the reserve match played at White Hart Lane on the 18th March 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Spurs lost to Bristol City 0-3
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Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa. English League Division 1. Season 1911-1912. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 23rd March 1912. The programme has small file holes down the spine edge and may have been bound at some point and the covers are worn and wrinkled with folds, nicks, small tears to programme edges, horizontal fold, some soiling and some pencil annotation internally, overall in about fair/good condition. Sold with an original programmes for the Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield United League match played at White Hart Lane on the 6th April 1912. The programme in poor condition with old tape attached to all edges and folds throughout, some minor damage and a small amount of ink annotation internally. Qty 2. Rare early programmes
Estimate: £30/50
Spurs beat Villa 2-1 and drew 1-1 with Sheffield United
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Tottenham Hotspur v Bolton Wanderers. English League Division 1. Season 1911-1912. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 20th April 1912. The programme has small file holes down the spine edge and may have been bound at some point with some splitting to spine, horizontal crease, the wrappers a little worn, some tears and nicks to page edges otherwise in generally good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £30/50
Spurs drew with Sunderland 0-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield Wednesday. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 7th September 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Spurs lost the match 2-4
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Lot 1693
Tottenham Hotspur v Bromley. London Challenge Cup. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 23rd September 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Spurs lost the match 2-4
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Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United, v Watford and v Woolwich Arsenal. Season 1912-1913. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v West Ham (5th October 1912), v Watford (19th October 1912) and v Brighton (2nd November 1912). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge and all three have minor ink annotation to 'field of play' on the back wrappers otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs beat West Ham 4-0, drew Watford 1-1 and drew with Arsenal 1-1 in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Notts County. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 12th October 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, horizontal fold otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
The match was abandoned with ten minutes to go due to fog. Notts County were winning 1-3 at the time
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Tottenham Hotspur v Notts County. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 4th November 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, some age toning otherwise in very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
This was the rearranged match from the original match which was abandoned with ten minutes to go due to fog. Notts County were winning 1-3 at the time. In the rearranged match Notts County beat Spurs 0-3
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Lot 1697
Tottenham Hotspur v Bolton Wanderers. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 9th November 1912. The programme in only fair condition with wrappers detached, nicks and tears to programme edges with small loss, two files holes to left hand edge, minor pencil annotation to inside pages, horizontal fold and some wear to wrappers. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Spurs lost the match 0-1
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Lot 1698
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 23rd November 1912. The programme in only fair condition with wrappers detached, nicks and tears to programme edges with small loss, horizontal fold and some wear to wrappers. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Spurs won the match 1-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City, v Brentford and v Queens Park Rangers. Season 1912-1913. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Bristol City (16th November 1912), v Brentford (30th November 1912) and v Queens Park Rangers (25th December 1912). The latter two programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, the Queens Park Rangers having pencil annotation to 'field of play' on the back wrapper. The Bristol City programme is attached at the head of the programmes rather than the left hand side, is worn with nicks, tears to edges with small loss and some creasing, the other two programmes are in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £70/100
Spurs beat Bristol City 4-0, beat Brentford 3-0 and beat Queens Park Rangers 4-0 in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 26th December 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor ink annotation to 'field of play' on rear wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Spurs won the match 4-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Finchley. Friendly. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the friendly match played at White Hart Lane on the 28th December 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor ink annotation to 'field of play' on rear wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Spurs won the match 5-1
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Tottenham Hotspur v Blackpool. English Cup. 1st Round Re-Play. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the English Cup tie played at White Hart Lane on the 16th January 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor nicks to page edges otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Having drawn with Blackpool in the initial tie, they proceeded to beat them 6-1 in the replay...
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Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea, v Swindon and v Croydon Common. Season 1912-1913. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Chelsea (18th January 1913), v Swindon (15th February 1913) and v Croydon Common (1st March 1913). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor ink annotation to 'field of play' to back wrapper of the Chelsea programme otherwise all in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs drew with Chelsea 1-1, lost to Swindon 2-3 and lost to Croydon Common 0-1 in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Music Hall Artistes. Friendly. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the friendly match played at White Hart Lane on the 6th March 1913. The programme has four small file holes to left hand edge, minor pencil annotation to internal pages, wear to wrappers, horizontal fold, nicks, tears to page edges with small loss otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Spurs lost the match 7-9. Music Hall Artistes included Sam Mayo, George Robey, Harry Weldon in their team
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Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 8th March 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Spurs won the match 1-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Portsmouth and v Fulham. Season 1912-1913. South Eastern League. Joint match original reserve team programme for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Portsmouth (22nd March 1913) and v Fulham (25th March 1913). The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, some ink annotation to 'field of play' to back wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs beat Portsmouth 3-2 and beat Fulham 6-0 in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur [Old Boys] v Walthamstow & Grove United v Montague Athletic (Tottenham Charity Cup Final). Season 1912-1913. Joint match original programme for the matches to be played at White Hart Lane on the 29th March. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, some ink annotation to 'field of play' to back wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £30/50
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Tottenham Hotspur v Oldham Athletic. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 5th April 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to 'field of play' on the back wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Spurs won the match 1-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Tunbridge Wells & Grove United v Montague Athletic (Tottenham Charity Cup Final) and 'Tottenham v Brentford (Middlesex Schools Shield Final) & Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton (South Eastern League). Season 1912-1913. Two joint match original programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane on the 12th and 26th April 1913. The programmes appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge. The Brentford programme in good/very good condition, the Tunbridge Wells programme with some nick and tears with small loss, some folds otherwise in good condition. Qty 2. Rare early programme
Estimate: £30/50
It is not known why there are two different dates for the Tottenham Charity Cup Final.
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Tottenham Hotspur v Croydon Common. Middlesex Football Association Cup. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the Cup match played at White Hart Lane on the 15th September 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Spurs won the match 5-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Brentford, v Clapton Orient and v Bristol City. Season 1913-1914. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Brentford (20th September 1913), v Clapton Orient (18th October 1913) and v Bristol City (15th November 1913). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to 'field of play' to back wrapper of the Bristol City programme otherwise all in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs beat Brentford 5-0, beat Clapton Orient 3-1 and beat Bristol City 3-1 in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Metrogas. London Challenge Cup. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the Cup match played at White Hart Lane on the 22nd September 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, minor loss to top right hand edge of front wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs won the match 11-2...!
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Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 27th September 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs won the match 3-1
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Tottenham Hotspur v Bradford City. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 11th October 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs drew 0-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham. Middlesex Reserve Cup. Semi-Final. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 12th November 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs drew with Fulham 0-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Everton. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 22nd November 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor age toning and minor wear to programme edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs beat Everton 4-1
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Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester, v Watford and v West Ham United. Season 1913-1914. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Leicester (29th November 1913), v Watford (13th December 1913) and v West Ham United (25th December 1913). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to 'field of play' to back wrapper of the Leicester and West Ham programme otherwise all in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs beat Leicester 2-1, beat Watford 5-1 and beat West Ham 1-0 in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield Wednesday. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 20th December 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor age toning and minor wear to programme edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs drew with Wednesday 1-1
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Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton, v Norwich City and v Fulham. Season 1913-1914. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Southampton (3rd January 1914), v Norwich City (14th January 1914) and v Fulham (9th March 1914). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, some wear with small loss to the wrapper extremities of the Norwich programme otherwise all in generally good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs beat Southampton 8-3, beat Norwich City 2-1 and beat Fulham 2-1 in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Walthamstow & District League. Friendly. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the friendly match played at White Hart Lane on the 31st January 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor ink annotation to 'field of play' on the back wrapper, odd nicks/chips to edge of programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Spurs won the game 4-1
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Tottenham Hotspur v Preston North End. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 7th March 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs won 1-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Portsmouth and v Swindon. Season 1913-1914. South Eastern League. Two original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Portsmouth (14th March 1914) and v Swindon (14th April 1914). Both programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Spurs lost to Portsmouth 1-2 and beat Swindon 4-0 in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Bolton Wanderers. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 10th April 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs beat Bolton 3-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 18th April 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge with small loss, rear wrapper detached, front wrapper almost detached otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Spurs lost to Villa 0-2
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Tottenham Hotspur v Everton. English League Division 1. Season 1914-1915. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 2nd September 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, some slitting to spine otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Spurs lost to Everton 1-3
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Lot 1726
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea. English League Division 1. Season 1914-1915. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 5th September 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, some chipping to page edges with very small loss otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs drew with Chelsea 1-1
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Tottenham Hotspur v Clapton Orient. London League. Season 1914-1915. Original single sheet programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 7th September 1914. Irregular trim to left hand page edge, some nicks to page edges otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Spurs won 2-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Norwich City and v Southampton. Season 1914-1915. South Eastern League. Joint match original reserve team programme for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Norwich City (12th September 1914) and v Southampton (14th September 1914). The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs drew with Norwich 1-1 and lost to Southampton 1-3 in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton, v Fulham and v Southend. Season 1914-1915. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Brighton (26th September 1914), v Fulham (3rd October 1914) and v Southend (single sheet programme. 12th October 1914). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, odd minor faults to page edges otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £70/90
Spurs beat Brighton 4-1, drew with Fulham 2-2 and lost 1-4 to Southend in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Middlesborough. English League Division 1. Season 1914-1915. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 10th October 1914. The programme in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs drew with Middlesborough 3-3
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Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa. English League Division 1. Season 1914-1915. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 24th October 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs lost to Villa 0-2
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Tottenham Hotspur v Swindon, v Queens Park Rangers and v West Ham United. Season 1914-1915. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Swindon (31st October 1914), v Queens Park Rangers (14th November 1914) and v West Ham (12th December 1914). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, the Swindon programme has some loss to the rear wrapper, odd faults to page edges otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £70/100
Spurs beat Swindon 2-1, beat Queens Park Rangers 3-0 and lost 1-3 to West Ham in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Queens Park Rangers and v West Ham United. London League. Season 1914-1915. Two original single sheet programmes for the league matches played at White Hart Lane on the 11th January and the 22nd February 1915. Some minor wear to left hand page edge of each programme, ink annotation to the 'field of play' of the Queens Park Rangers programme otherwise in good condition. Qty 2. Rare early programmes
Estimate: £50/80
Spurs lost 0-1 to QPR and drew 2-2 with West Ham
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Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City and v Fulham. Season 1914-1915. South Eastern League and London League. Joint match original reserve team programme for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Bristol City (S.E.L. 23rd January 1915) and v Fulham (L.L. 25th January 1915). The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs lost to Bristol City 1-4 and beat Fulham 3-1 in these matches
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Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United and v Portsmouth. Season 1914-1915. English League Division 1 & South Eastern League. Joint match original first team and reserve team programme for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Newcastle United (E.L.D.1. 2nd April 1915) and v Portsmouth (S.E.L. 2nd April 1915). The programme has three small file holes down the spine edge and may have been bound at some point, some folds, wear to wrappers, some tears and nicks to folds, joined at the top edge as well as the left hand side otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
One match was played in the morning of Good Friday 1915 and the other in the afternoon.

Spurs drew with Newcastle 0-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Gillingham (South Eastern League) and v Croydon (London League). South Eastern League and London League. Season 1914-1915. Two original single sheet programmes for the league matches played at White Hart Lane on the 6th April and the 26th April 1915. Irregular trim and wear to left hand page edge of each programme, minor tape repair to the lower right hand corner of the Gillingham programme, odd nicks to page edges otherwise in good condition. Qty 2. Rare early programmes
Estimate: £50/80
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Lot 1737
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1919/1920. English League Division 2. Five official home programmes for the season, v Clapton Orient (11/10/19), v Fulham (13/12/19), v Hull City (25/12/19), v Stockport County (17/1/1920) and v Stoke City (3/4/20) played at White Hart Lane. Some folds and wear, minor wear to page edges, ink team changes to 'field of play' in one programme, some light fading to two programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £130/160
Tottenham were champions of Division 2 in season 1919/20 and were promoted back to Division One
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Lot 1738
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1919/1920. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Thirteen official home programmes for the season, v Clapton Orient (L.C. 18/10/19), v Q.P.R. (L.C. 25/10/19), v Clapton Orient (friendly, 8/11), v Luton Town (friendly, 22/11), v Southampton (friendly, 6/12), v Fulham (L.C. 20/12), v Brentford (L.C. 26/12/19), v Brentford (L.C. 3/1/20), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 7/2/20), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 9/2/20), v West Ham United (L.C. 10/4/20), v Brentford (L.C. 29/4/20) and v Fulham (L.C. 1/5/20) played at White Hart Lane. Some folds and wear, some wear to page edges (one heavy with some loss to edges), one programme with pages detached otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £120/160
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Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1920/1921. English League Division 1. Sixteen official home programmes for the season, v Blackburn Rovers (28/8/20), v Derby County (6/9/20), v Aston Villa (18/09/20), v Burnley (23/10/20), v Oldham Athletic (6/10/20), v Preston North End (20/11/1920), v Bolton Wanderers (18/12/20), v Bristol Rovers (English Cup first round. 8/01/21), v Bradford (3/02/21), England v The South (International Trial Match. 7/02/21), v Manchester City (12/02/21), v Oxford University (friendly. 21/02/21), v Music Hall Artistes (Charity match. 17/3/21), v Sunderland (2/04/21), v Huddersfield Town (30/04/21) and v Middlesborough (7/5/21) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd ones with pin holes, folds and wear to odd programme, staining, minor nicks and tears to edges to three programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/300
Tottenham won the F.A. Cup in season 1920/21 and finished in 6th position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1920/1921. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Thirteen official home programmes for the season, v Southampton (friendly. 4/9/20), v Brentford (L.C. 11/9/20), v Chelsea (L.C., 20/9/20), v Luton Town (L.C. 30/10/20), v Millwall (L.C. 8/11/20), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 27/11/20), v West Ham United (L.C. 25/12/20), v Arsenal (L.C. 1/1/21), v Fulham (L.C. 22/1/21), programme of the Tottenham Charity Cup semi-final ties (19/3/21), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 23/4/21) and Clapton Orient v Crystal Palace (London Challenge Cup Final. 9/5/21) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd ones with pin holes, some folds, nicks and wear to odd programme, two programmes with heavier wear with tears, nicks and some loss to page edges, one programme with splitting to spine, odd staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £120/160
The London Charity Cup semi-finals featured Tottenham Argyle v London City Mission and Tottenham Park Avondale v Alston Rangers
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Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1921/1922. English League Division 1. Seventeen official home programmes for the season, v Bolton Wanderers (29/08/21), v Cardiff City (3/9/21), v Middlesborough (10/9/21), v Aston Villa (24/9/21), v London Caledonians (London Challenge Cup. 17/10/21), v Newcastle United(5/11/21), v Burnley (19/11/21), v Sheffield United (3/12/21), v Chelsea (17/12/21), v Bradford City (26/12/21), v Preston North End (31/12/21), v West Bromwich Albion (30/1/22), v Oxford University (friendly. 13/2/22), London Combination v London League (Inter-League Match. 30/3/22), v Birmingham City (8/4/22), v Oldham Athletic (14/4/22), and v Blackburn Rovers (29/4/22) played at White Hart Lane. Odd programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd ones with pin holes, folds, soiling and wear to odd programme, some nicks and tears to edges to odd programmes, one heavier with small loss, pencil annotation to two programmes, ink annotation to one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £280/350
Tottenham reached the semi-final of the F.A. Cup in season 1921/22 and finished in 2nd in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1921/1922. English League Division 1. Official programme for the home match against Burnley which was played at White Hart Lane on the 19th November 1921. Light folds, minor wear otherwise in good condition. Sold with an official programme for Tottenham Hotspur v Clapton Orient. London Combination played at White Hart Lane on the 23rd February 1924. Light folds to edge, odd nicks otherwise in good/very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1743:
Lot 1743
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1921/1922. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty official home programmes for the season, v Chelsea (L.C. 27/8/21), v Charlton (L.C. 17/9/21), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C., 1/10/21), v Arsenal (L.C. 15/10/21), v Tufnell Park (friendly. 20/10/21), v Fulham (L.C. 29/10/21), v Charlton (L.C. 12/11/21), v Brentford (L.C. 26/11/21), v West Ham United (L.C. 10/12/21), v Millwall (L.C. 24/12/21), v Brentford (L.C. 7/1/22), v Brentford (L.C. 14/1/22), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 21/1/22), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 4/2/22), v Fulham (L.C. 4/3/22), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 25/3/22), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 22/4/22), v Millwall (L.C. 1/5/22), v Arsenal (L.C. 3/5/22) and v Crystal Palace (L.C. 6/5/22) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd programme with chipping to page edges, one a little soiled and stained with folds, some wear and loss to page edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
Lot 1744:
Lot 1744
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1922/1923. English League Division 1. Twenty two official home programmes for the season, v Cardiff City (26/08/22), v Everton (4/9/22), v Burnley (9/9/22), v Arsenal (23/9/22), v Aston Villa (14/10/22), v West Bromwich Albion (21/10/22), v Liverpool (4/11/22), v Cambridge University (friendly. 16/11/22), v Newcastle United (18/11/22), v Nottingham Forest (2/12/22), v Chelsea (23/12/22), v Sheffield United (25/12/22), v Middlesborough (6/1/23), v Blackburn Rovers (14/2/23), v Bolton Wanderers(17/2/23), v Manchester City (3/3/23), v Music Hall Artistes (charity match. 15/3/23), v Stoke City (24/3/23), v Preston North End (30/3/23), v Birmingham City (21/4/23), v Huddersfield (5/5/23) and v West Ham United(Charity Match 7/5/23) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, folds, soiling and wear to two programmes, one heavier with small loss, odd folds and minor staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £300/400
Tottenham finished in 12th in the League in season 1922/23
Lot 1745:
Lot 1745
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1922/1923. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty one official home programmes for the season, v Arsenal (L.C. 28/8/22), v Chelsea (L.C. 2/9/22), v Charlton (L.C., 16/9/22), v Brentford (L.C. 30/9/22), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 7/10/22), v Fulham (L.C. 28/10/22), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 11/11/22), v Millwall (L.C. 25/11/22), v North London League (Friendly. 9/12/22), v Tottenham League (Friendly. 26/12/22), v West Ham United (L.C. 26/12/22), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 20/1/23), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 10/2/23), v Millwall (L.C. 19/3/23), v Arsenal(L.C. 31/3/23), v West Ham United (L.C. 3/4/23), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 14/4/23), v Edmonton (Friendly. 26/4/23), v Brentford (L.C. 28/4/23) and v Clapton Orient (L.C. 30/4/23) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd programme with small tears to edges, two with ink annotation and one a little soiled, stained with wear and folds, some small loss to page edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
Lot 1746:
Lot 1746
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1923/1924. English League Division 1. Twenty five official home programmes for the season, v Preston North End (25/08/23), v Chelsea (3/9/23), v Middlesborough (8/9/23), v Bolton Wanderers (22/9/23), v Clapton Orient (London Professional Charity Fund. 8/10/23), v Sunderland (27/10/23), v Nottingham Forest (10/11/23), v Arsenal (24/11/23), v West Brom (1/12/23), v Blackburn (15/12/23), v Huddersfield Town (25/12/23), v Birmingham City (29/12/23), v Newcastle United (19/1/24), v Swansea Town (1st Round replay. F.A. Cup. 21/1/24), England v The Rest (International Trial Match. 11/2/24), v Oxford University (18/2/24), v Sheffield United (1/3/24), v Aston Villa (22/3/24), v Liverpool (5/4/24), v Everton (12/4/24), v Inter-Varsities (Friendly. 16/4/24), v Manchester City 21/4/24), v West Ham United (22/4/24) v West Ham United (26/4/24) and v Burnley (3/5/24) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, folds to odd programme, ink annotation to 'field of play' of two programmes , soiling and wear to odd programme, one heavier with folds and minor staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £300/400
Tottenham finished in 15th in the League in season 1923/24
Lot 1747:
Lot 1747
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1923/1924. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty five official home programmes for the season, v Charlton (L.C. 27/8/23), v Chelsea (L.C. 1/9/23), v Clapton Orient (L.C., 15/9/23), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 29/9/23), v Charlton Athletic (L.C. 6/10/23), v Fulham (L.C. 20/10/23), v Crystal Palace (London Challenge Cup-replay 29/10/23), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 3/11/23), v Millwall (17/11/23), v Southend (8/12/23), v Brentford (L.C. 22/12/23), v West Ham United (L.C. 26/12/23), v Amateur Football Association (Friendly. 1/1/24), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 5/1/24), v Arsenal (L.C. 12/1/24), v Chelsea (L.C. 26/1/24), v West Ham (L.C. 2/2/24), v Millwall (L.C. 9/2/24), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 23/2/24), v Brentford (L.C. 8/3/24), v Fulham (L.C. 15/3/24), v Southend (L.C. 29/3/24), v Arsenal (L.C. 18/4/24) and v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 19/4/24) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd programme with small tears to edges, seven programmes with neat ink annotation to 'field of play', odd programme with folds otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
Lot 1748:
Lot 1748
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1924/1925. English League Division 1. Six official home programmes for the season, v Burnley (11/10/24), v Sheffield United (29/11/24), v Preston North End (7/2/25), v West Ham United (28/3/25), v Birmingham City (10/4/25) and Professionals v Amateurs (4/5/25) played at White Hart Lane. Odd programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, folds, wear and small loss to one programme, file holes to edge of one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Tottenham finished in 12th in the League in season 1924/25
Lot 1749:
Lot 1749
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1924/1925. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Seventeen official home programmes for the season, v Millwall (L.C. 15/9/24), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 20/9/24), v Brentford (L.C., 20/10/24), v Edmonton & District (friendly. 25/10/24), v Arsenal (L.C. 8/11/24), v West Ham United (L.C. 22/11/24), v Southend United (L.C. 6/12/24), v Arsenal (L.C. 20/12/24), v Crystal Palace (26/12/24), v Fulham(27/12/24), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 14/2/25), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 7/3/25), v Southend (L.C.. 21/3/25), v Charlton (L.C. 4/4/25), v Fulham (L.C. 18/4/25), v Brentford (L.C. 20/4/25) and v Millwall (L.C. 27/4/25) played at White Hart Lane. Odd programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, twelve programmes with neat ink annotation to 'field of play', odd programme with folds otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1750:
Lot 1750
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1925/1926. English League Division 1. Twelve official home programmes for the season, v Manchester City (5/9/25), v Huddersfield Town (19/9/25), v Liverpool 24/10/25), v West Ham United (7/11/25), v Bolton Wanderers (21/11/25), v Aston Villa (5/12/25), v Arsenal (2/1/26), v Sunderland (6/2/26), v Leicester City (13/3/26), v Newcastle United (25/3/26), v Notts County (10/4/26) and v Burnley (24/4/26) played at White Hart Lane. The majority of the programmes appear to have previously been trimmed a little and bound with nicks to spine edge, folds, wear and tears to three programmes, one heavier than the others, ink annotation to four programmes, file holes to one programme, folds to two programmes, trimming to odd programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £140/180
Tottenham finished in 15th in the League in season 1925/26
Lot 1751:
Lot 1751
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1925/1926. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty official home programmes for the season, v Clapton Orient (L.C. 29/8/25), v Brentford (L.C. 31/8/25), v Southend United (L.C. 12/9/25), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 10/10/25), v R.A.F. (Friendly. 31/10/25), v Chelsea (L.C. 14/11/25), v Millwall (L.C. 23/11/25), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 28/11/25), v Fulham (L.C. 12/12/25), v West Ham United (L.C. 25/12/25), v Brentford (L.C. 16/1/26), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 13/2/26), v Arsenal (L.C.. 6/3/26), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 8/3/26), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 15/3/26), v Fulham (L.C. 20/3/26), v West Ham United (L.C. 3/4/26), v Millwall (L.C. 6/4/26), v Chelsea (L.C. 17/4/26) and v Southend United (L.C. 26/4/26) played at White Hart Lane. The majority of the programmes appear to have previously been trimmed a little and bound with nicks to spine edge, odd programme with folds, one with splitting to spine, odd programme with nicks to edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1752:
Lot 1752
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1926/1927. English League Division 1. Ten official home programmes for the season, v Sheffield Wednesday (30/8/26), v Huddersfield Town (11/9/26), v Bohemians (friendly. 20/9/26), v West Bromwich Albion (25/9/26), v Sheffield United (16/10/26), v Bolton Wanderers (30/10/26), v Cambridge University (friendly. 4/1/26), v Manchester United (25/12/26), v Sunderland (5/2/27) and v Aston Villa (26/3/27) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to three programmes, nicks and very minor loss to odd programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Tottenham finished in 13th in the League in season 1926/27
Lot 1753:
Lot 1753
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1926/1927. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty three official home programmes for the season, v Fulham (L.C. 4/9/26), v Leicester City (L.C. 13/9/26), v Southend United (L.C. 18/9/26), v Arsenal (L.C. 2/10/26), v Watford (11/10/26), v R.A.F. (friendly. 6/11/26), v Chelsea (L.C. 20/11/26), v Brentford (L.C. 18/12/26), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 27/12/26), v West Ham United (L.C. 1/1/27), Tottenham 'A' v Arsenal 'A' (15/1/27), v Brighton & Hove (L.C. 29/1/27), v Charlton (L.C. 12/2/27), v Swansea Town (L.C.. 26/2/27), v Southampton (L.C. 5/3/27), v Reading (L.C. 7/3/27), v Coventry City (L.C. 14/3/27), v Woodgreen Town (friendly. 19/3/27), v Finchley (friendly. 2/4/27), v Portsmouth (L.C. 4/4/27), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 16/4/27), v Luton Town (19/4/27) and Tottenham 'A' v Tottenham & District League (26/4/27) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd programme with folds, three with ink annotation to 'field of play', three programmes with chipping to edges, small loss, odd programme with nicks to edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £120/160
Lot 1754:
Lot 1754
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1927/1928. English League Division 1. Nineteen official home programmes for the season, White v Blue & White (practice match. 20/8/27), v Birmingham (27/8/27), v Huddersfield Town (10/9/27), v Middlesborough (20/9/27), v Leicester City (22/9/27), v Everton (1/10/27), v Blackburn Rovers (15/10/27), v West Ham United (5/11/27), v Oxford University (friendly. 10/11/27), v Sheffield United (19/11/27), v Burnley (3/12/27), v West Ham United (Charity Match. 5/12/27), v Liverpool (17/12/27), v Newcastle United (7/1/28), v Oldham Athletic (F.A. Cup 4th round. 28/1/28), v Derby County (10/3/28), v Sheffield Wednesday (6/4/28), v Arsenal (7/4/28) and v Bury (21/4/28) played at White Hart Lane. The majority of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to six programmes, nicks and very minor loss to odd programme, chipping and nicks to two programmes, small hole to rear page of the Leicester programme, tape to edges of one programme and heavy wear, folds, tears to edges and small loss to the Liverpool programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/250
Tottenham finished in 21st in the League in season 1927/28 and were relegated to Division II.

The 1927/28 season featured the last of the 'Cocky' the Cockerel cartoons on the front cover. A new artist Jos Walker produced the cartoons from that point.
Lot 1755:
Lot 1755
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1927/1928. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty five official home programmes for the season, v Brighton (L.C. 29/8/27), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 17/9/27), v Cardiff City (L.C. 24/9/27), v Southampton (L.C. 26/9/27), v Brentford (8/10/27), v Charlton (29/10/27), v Q.P.R. (L.C. 12/11/27), v Swansea Town (L.C. 26/11/27), v Fulham (L.C. 10/12/27), v Leicester City (L.C. 26/12/27), Clapton Orient (31/12/27), v Coventry City (L.C. 14/1/28), v Chelsea (L.C. 21/1/28), v Southend United (L.C.. 11/2/28), Inter-Varsities v Amateur Football Association (15/2/28), v Dartford (friendly. 18/2/28), v Luton Town (L.C. 25/2/28), v Arsenal (L.C. 3/3/28), v Millwall (L.C. 12/3/28), v West Ham United. 17/3/28), v Watford (L.C. 31/3/28), v Reading (L.C. 9/4/28) and v Swansea Town (L.C. 24/4/28) played at White Hart Lane. The majority of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, one programme with folds, wear, nicks and old tape marks to programme, one with ink annotation to 'field of play', one programme with file holes to edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £140/180
Lot 1756:
Lot 1756
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1928/1929. English League Division II. Twenty five official home programmes for the season, White v Stripes (practice match. 18/8/28), v Oldham Athletic (25/8/28), v Wolverhampton Wanderers (18/9/28), v Millwall (22/9/28), v Hull City (6/10/28), v London Caledonians (friendly. 15/10/28), v Grimsby Town (20/10/28), v Clapton Orient (3/11/28), v Q.P.R. (5/11/28), v Cambridge University (friendly. 15/11/28), v Nottingham Forest (17/11/28), v Barnsley (1/12/28), v Blackpool (15/12/28), v Reading (25/12/28), v Southampton (5/1/29), v Notts County (26/1/29), v Port Vale (9/2/29), v Bradford (23/2/29), v Stoke City (9/3/29), England v The Rest. International Trial match. 11/3/29), v Swansea Town (23/3/29), v Preston North End (1/4/29), v Bristol City (6/4/29), v Chelsea (20/4/29) and v West Bromwich Albion (4/5/29) played at White Hart Lane. The majority of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to six programmes, ink annotation to four programmes, nicks and very minor loss to odd programme, tape to edges of two programmes and heavy wear, folds, tears to edges and some loss to six programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Tottenham finished 10th in Division II in the season 1928/29
Lot 1757:
Lot 1757
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1928/1929. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty four official home programmes for the season, v Southampton (L.C. 1/9/28), v Leicester (L.C. 15/9/28), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 29/9/28), v Cardiff City (L.C. 1/10/28), v Arsenal (13/10/28), v Swansea Town(27/10/28), v Brentford (L.C. 10/11/28), v Portsmouth (L.C. 24/11/28), v Charlton (L.C. 8/12/28), v Brighton (L.C. 22/12/28), v Reading (26/12/28), v Q.P.R. (L.C. 29/12/28), v West Ham United (L.C. 12/1/29), v Watford (L.C.. 19/1/29), v Millwall (2/2/29), v Chelmsford (friendly. 16/2/29), Inter-Varsities v Amateur Football Association (undated, February 1929), v Southend United (L.C. 2/3/29), v Chelsea (L.C. 16/3/29), v Fulham (L.C. 29/3/29), v Luton Town (30/3/29), Tottenham Juniors v Ebbw Vale Juniors (friendly, undated, April 1929), v Coventry City (L.C. 13/4/29), Tottenham 'A' v Northfleet 'A' (friendly, undated, April 1929) and v Clapton Orient (L.C. 27/4/29) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, five programme with folds, old tape marks to one programme, one with ink annotation to 'field of play', odd programme with nicks to page edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £140/180
Lot 1758:
Lot 1758
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1929/1930. English League Division II. Twenty four official home programmes for the season, White v Stripes (practice match. 17/8/29), White v Stripes (practice match. 24/8/29), v Barnsley (7/9/29), v Bury (21/9/29), v Nottingham Forest (5/10/29), v Stoke City (9/10/29), v Bradford City (26/10/29), v Crystal Palace (Charity Match. 4/11/29), v Cardiff City (9/11/29), v Oxford University (friendly. 21/11/29), v Bristol City (23/11/29), v Reading (7/12/29), v Hull City (21/12/29), v Southampton(25/12/29), v Bradford (28/12/29), v Manchester City (F.A.C. 3. 11/1/30), v Blackpool (18/1/30), v Chelsea (1/2/30), v Oldham Athletic (15/2/30), v Wolverhampton Wanderers (22/2/30), v Swansea Town (8/3/30), v Preston North End (22/3/30), v Notts County (5/4/30) and v West Bromwich Albion (18/4/30) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to nine programmes, ink annotation to one programme, nicks and very minor loss to two programme, tape to edges of two programmes and heavy wear, folds, tears to edges and some loss to two programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Tottenham finished 12th in Division II in the season 1929/30
Lot 1759:
Lot 1759
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1929/1930. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty two official home programmes for the season, v Coventry City (L.C. 31/8/29), v Southampton (L.C. 2/9/29), v Clapton Orient(L.C. 14/9/29), v Millwall (L.C. 23/9/29), v Brighton (28/9/29), v Millwall (12/10/29), v Charlton Athletic (L.C. 19/10/29), v Portsmouth (L.C. 23/10/29), v Reading (L.C. 2/11/29), v Q.P.R. (L.C. 16/11/29), v Swansea Town (30/11/29), v Southend United (L.C. 14/12/29), v Watford (L.C. 26/12/29), v Brentford (L.C.. 4/1/30), v Chelsea (25/1/30), v West Ham United (8/2/30), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 1/3/30), v Fulham (L.C. 15/3/30), v Cardiff City (L.C. 29/3/30), v Luton Town (12/4/30), v Leicester City (L.C. 21/4/30) and v Arsenal (L.C. 26/4/30) played at White Hart Lane. Many of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, two programme with folds, two with pencil annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/200
Lot 1760:
Lot 1760
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1930/1931. English League Division II. Twenty seven official home programmes for the season, White v Stripes (practice match. 16/8/30), v Reading (30/8/30), v Burnley (1/9/30), v Bradford (13/9/30), v Preston North End (15/9/30), v Millwall (27/9/30), v Nottingham Forest (11/10/30), v Charlton Athletic (London Challenge Cup. 13/10/30), v Bury (18/10/30), v Charlton Athletic (1/10/30), Football League v Scottish League (Inter-League Match. 5/11/30), v Cambridge University (friendly. 13/11/30), v Swansea Town (15/11/30), v Port Vale (29/11/30), v Bristol City(13/12/30), v Southampton (25/12/30), v Wolverhampton Wanderers (3/1/31), v Preston North End (F.A.C. 3. 10/1/31), v London Caledonians (friendly. 24/1/31), v Oldham Athletic (7/2/31), v Huddersfield Town (friendly. 28/2/31), v Bradford City (14/3/31), v West Bromwich Albion (28/3/31), v Cardiff City (3/4/31), v Plymouth Argyle (11/4/31), v Barnsley (25/4/31) and v Arsenal (London Challenge Cup Final. 4/5/31) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, ink annotation to three programmes, nicks and small tears to four programme and file holes to edge of one programme otherwise in good condition with the exception of the London Challenge Cup Final programme v Arsenal which has major loss to page edges, ink annotation to 'field of play', folds, wear and tape repair to fold on the back of the programme
Estimate: £250/350
Tottenham finished 3rd in Division II in the season 1930/31
Lot 1761:
Lot 1761
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1930/1931. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty two official home programmes for the season, v Brighton (L.C. 6/9/30), v West Ham United (L.C. 8/9/30), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 20/9/30), v Southampton (L.C. 29/9/30), v Brentford (4/10/30), v Swansea Town (25/10/30), v Leicester City (L.C. 8/11/30), v Charlton (L.C. 22/10/30), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 6/12/30), v Arsenal (L.C. 20/12/30), v Cardiff City (27/12/30), v Reading (L.C. 17/1/31), v Chelsea (L.C. 31/1/31), v Millwall (L.C.. 14/2/31), v Q.P.R. (21/2/31), v Coventry City (7/3/31), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 9/3/31), v Fulham (L.C. 21/3/31), v Watford (L.C. 4/4/31), v Southend United (6/4/31), v Portsmouth (L.C. 18/4/31) and v Luton Town (L.C. 2/5/31) played at White Hart Lane. Many of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, three programme with folds, five with ink annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/200
Lot 1762:
Lot 1762
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1931/1932. English League Division II. Twenty two official home programmes for the season, White v Stripes (practice match. 22/8/31), v Preston North End (31/8/31), v Bradford (5/9/31), v Southampton(14/9/31), v Barnsley (19/9/31), v Nottingham Forest (26/9/31), v Burnley 10/10/31), v Plymouth Argyle (24/10/31), v Swansea Town (7/11/31), v Oxford University (friendly. 19/11/31), v Port Vale (21/11/31) v Bradford City (5/12/31), v Oldham Athletic (19/12/31), v Charlton Athletic (25/12/31), v Wolverhampton Wanderers (2/1/32), v Sheffield Wednesday (F.A.C. 3. 9/1/32), v Manchester United (23/1/32), v Chesterfield (13/2/32), v Notts County (27/2/32), v Stoke City (25/3/32), v Bury (26/4/32) and v Leeds United (23/4/32) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to sixteen programmes, ink annotation to four programmes, nicks, folds and small tears and wear to one programme, pencil annotation to three programmes otherwise in good condition. The Manchester United appears to have had ink annotation to the 'field of play' but someone has tried to remove it, successful to some degree, but still visible, some print removed too. Small hole to 'field of play' near the name 'Ridding'
Estimate: £250/350
Tottenham finished 8th in Division II in the season 1931/32. In the League match v Port Vale on the 21st November 1931, Spurs won 9-3 with Davies scoring a hat-trick
Lot 1763:
Lot 1763
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1931/1932. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty five official home programmes for the season, v Watford (L.C. 29/8/31), v Q.P.R. (L.C. 7/9/31), v Leicester City (L.C. 12/9/31), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 21/9/31), v Chelsea (3/10/31), v Brentford (London Challenge Cup. 1st round. 12/10/31), v Swansea Town (L.C. 17/10/31), v Luton Town (L.C. 31/10/31), v Coventry City (L.C. 14/11/31), v Brentford (L.C. 28/11/31), v Arsenal (12/12/31), v Southampton (L.C. 26/12/31), v Northfleet (friendly. 28/12/31), v Brighton (L.C.. 16/1/32), v Clapton Orient (6/2/32), v West Ham United 20/2/32), v Cardiff City (L.C. 5/3/32), v Portsmouth (L.C. 2/4/32), Royal Air Force v Royal House Guards (Bull-Dog Football Challenge Cup. Final Tie. 13/4/32), v Fulham (L.C. 16/4/32), v Millwall (25/4/32), v Southend United (L.C. 30/4/32), Tottenham Juniors v Livingstone (5/5/32) and v Charlton Athletic (L.C. 7/5/32) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, three programme with folds, one programme with heavier folds and wear, two with ink annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/200
Lot 1764:
Lot 1764
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1932/1933. English League Division II. Twenty one official home programmes for the season, White v Stripes (practice match. 13/8/32), v Nottingham Forest (5/9/32), v Oldham Athletic (1/10/32), v Burnley (15/10/32), v Southampton (22/10/32), v Cambridge University (friendly. 3/11/32), v Port Vale (5/10/33), v Chesterfield (19/11/32), v Swansea Town (3/12/32), v West Ham United (17/12/32), v Bradford (27/12/32) v Stoke City (7/1/33), v Bury (1/2/33), v Grimsby Town (4/2/33), v Preston North End (18/2/33), v Millwall (11/3/33), v Lincoln City (25/3/33), v Bradford City (8/4/33), v Plymouth Argyle (14/4/33), v Fulham (22/4/33) and v Notts County (6/5/33) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to eleven programmes, ink annotation to four programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £220/260
Tottenham finished 2nd in Division II in the season 1932/33 and were promoted to Division One
Lot 1765:
Lot 1765
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1932/1933. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Thirty two official home programmes for the season, v Arsenal (L.C. 29/8/32), v Fulham (L.C. 3/9/32), v Charlton Athletic (L.C. 12/9/32), v Northampton Town (L.C. 17/9/32), v Brighton & Hove (24/9/32), v Portsmouth (8/10/32), v Southend United (L.C. 17/10/32), v Crystal Palace (London Challenge Cup. 24/10/32), v Coventry City (L.C. 29/10/32), v Fulham (friendly. 12/11/32), Tottenham Hotspur 'A' v West Ham United 'A' (friendly. 26/11/32), v Clapton Orient (10/12/32), v Brentford (L.C. 24/12/32), v Aldershot (L.C. 26/12/32), v Bristol City (L.C. 31/12/32), v Brentford (friendly. 14/1/33), v Reading (L.C.. 21/1/33), Tottenham Boys v Edmonton Boys (friendly. 28/1/33), v Leicester City (L.C. 11/2/33), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 25/2/33), v Northfleet United (friendly. 4/3/33), v Chelsea (L.C. 6/3/33), v Luton Town (L.C. 18/3/33), v Watford (L.C. 27/3/33), Military College of Science v 1st BTN. Welsh Guards (Bull-Dog Football Challenge Cup Final Tie. 29/3/33), Spitalfields v Covent Garden (Fruit Trades Cup-Final Tie. 30/3/33), v Millwall (1/4/33), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 10/4/33), v Southampton (L.C. 17/4/33), Edmonton Boys v Cardiff Boys (Semi-final. English Schools Shield. 27/4/33) and v West Ham United (L.C. 29/4/33) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, five programme with folds to varying degrees, four with ink annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1766:
Lot 1766
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1933/1934. English League Division I. Complete run of twenty nine official home programmes for the season including all League games including local 'Derbies' v Chelsea and Arsenal, practise match, friendlies, two F.A. Cup home ties, Corinthians v Queen's Park (Glasgow) and Sheriff of London Shield match v Corinthians, all played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to nineteen programmes, pencil annotation to seven programmes, nicks to page edges to odd programme, soiling to four programmes, one programme with minor tape marks to edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/350
Tottenham finished 3rd in Division I in the season 1933/34
Lot 1767:
Lot 1767
England v France 1933. Official programme for the International match played at White Hart Lane on the 6th December 1933. Vertical and horizontal folds, some nicks and wear to edges, minor staining otherwise in generally good condition
Estimate: £80/120
England beat France 4-1
Lot 1768:
Lot 1768 Lot 1768 Lot 1768
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1933/1934. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Almost complete run of twenty six official home programmes for the season, only lacking the London Challenge Cup semi-final v Brentford on the 12th March 1934. Includes all London Combination matches, the London Challenge Cup matches v Fulham, West Ham, 3rd Bat. Coldstream Guards v 2nd Bat. Scots Guards. (Bulldog Cup Final), played at White Hart Lane. A few of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, ten programme with folds to varying degrees, twelve with neat ink annotation, file holes to one programme, soiling to odd programme, one programme with small loss to corners, tape and a tear to one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1769:
Lot 1769
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1934/1935. English League Division I. Complete run of twenty nine official home programmes for the season including all League games including local 'Derbies' v Chelsea and Arsenal, two practise matches, friendlies, three F.A. Cup home ties, Corinthians v Queen's Park (Glasgow) and Sheriff of London Shield match v Corinthians, all played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to the majority of the programmes, pencil annotation to ten programmes, nicks to page edges to odd programme, one quite heavy, soiling and wear to odd programme, small corner loss to two programmes, the Cambridge University programme with piece cut off corner otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/350
Tottenham finished 22nd in Division I in the season 1934/35 and were relegated to Division II
Lot 1770:
Lot 1770
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1934/1935. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Complete run of twenty six official home programmes for the season. Includes all London Combination matches, the London Challenge Cup matches v Brentford, friendly v Islington Corinthians and Tottenham Boys v Birmingham Boys (2nd round English School's Shield), played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, thirteen programme with folds to varying degrees, two with ink, three with pencil annotation, file holes to one programme, some wear to ten programmes to varying degrees, three programmes with small loss to corners, tape marks to three programmes, odd programme with nicks to edges, one heavier, slight trimming to odd single sheet programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1771:
Lot 1771
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1935/1936. English League Division II. Almost complete run of twenty five official home programmes for the season including practise match, friendly v Oxford University, three F.A. Cup home ties, all played at White Hart Lane. Lacking three programmes, the Whites v Stripes, second practice match (24/8/35), friendly v Corinthians and League match v Manchester United. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, ink annotation to three programmes, nicks and wear to pages to three programme, one quite heavy, file holes to one programme, small loss to page edges to two programmes otherwise in good condition. The Port Vale League programme signed by Len Duquemin to 'field of play' and dated 'Nov 1948'.
Estimate: £200/300
Tottenham finished 5th in Division II in the season 1935/36 and reached the Quarter-final of the F.A. Cup
Lot 1772:
Lot 1772
England v Germany 1935. Official programme for the International match played at White Hart Lane on the 4th December 1935. Some horizontal folds, minor foxing staining near to spine, neat ink annotation to inside page otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1773:
Lot 1773
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1935/1936. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Run of twenty one official home programmes for the season, played at White Hart Lane including Tottenham Boys v South London Boys (Corinthian Shield Final, 2nd May 1936). Lacking six programmes from the complete season, v Arsenal (L.C. Cup semi-final), Swansea Town, Reading, Luton Town, Leicester City and Southampton (all London Combination matches). Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, nine programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, five with ink, two with pencil annotation, file holes to one programme, one programme with small loss/rounding to corners, odd programme with nicks to edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £130/160
Lot 1774:
Lot 1774
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1936/1937. English League Division II. Almost complete run of twenty five official home programmes for the season including practise match, League, three F.A. Cup home ties, all played at White Hart Lane. Lacking two programmes, the Whites v Stripes, first practice match (15/8/36) and the friendly v Corinthians. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds and wear to varying degrees to nineteen programmes, ink to one, pencil to four annotation programmes, nicks and wear to pages to seven programmes, small loss to edges to four programmes, file holes to two programmes, tape marks to two programmes, odd minor soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Tottenham finished 10th in Division II in the season 1936/37 and reached the Quarter-final of the F.A. Cup
Lot 1775:
Lot 1775
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1936/1937. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Almost complete run of twenty five official home programmes for the season, played at White Hart Lane including League, friendly, Tottenham 'A' v Fulham 'A', friendly v Northfleet United and London Challenge Cup Final, Tottenham Reserves v Arsenal Reserves (3rd May 1937). Lacking three programmes from the complete season, v Charlton Athletic (L.C. Cup 2), Fulham (L.C. Cup semi-final) and Southend United (London Combination). Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, six programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, four with ink, one with pencil annotation, one programme with small loss/rounding to corners, odd programme with nicks and soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £130/160
Lot 1776:
Lot 1776
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1937/1938. English League Division II. Complete run of twenty nine official home programmes for the season including two practise matches, League including Manchester United, four F.A. Cup home ties, friendlies v Corinthians and Oxford University, all played at White Hart Lane. Odd programme appears to have previously been bound, folds and wear to varying degrees to five programmes, pencil annotation to two programmes, nicks and wear to pages to two programmes otherwise in generally very good condition
Estimate: £300/400
Tottenham finished 5th in Division II in the season 1937/38 and reached the Quarter-final of the F.A. Cup
Lot 1777:
Lot 1777
England v Czechoslovakia 1937. Official programme for the International match played at White Hart Lane on the 1st December 1937. Some folds, minor nicks to page edges, some soiling to rear cover and internally otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
England beat Czechoslovakia 5-4
Lot 1778:
Lot 1778
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1937/1938. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Complete run of twenty eight official home programmes for the season, played at White Hart Lane including League, friendly, v Ipswich, v Arsenal, L.C. Cup 2, v Chelsea 25/12/37 (the match did not take on Christmas Day and was eventually played on January 12th, the original game may well have been abandoned or postponed, both programmes present), Army v RAF (Inter Services Championship) and Bulldog Cup Final, 1st BTN. Coldstream Guards v Royal Army Services Corps (Feltham). Odd programmes appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, three programme with folds to varying degrees, one with pencil annotation, five programme with nicks to page edges, staining and old tape marks to one programme, split to spine edge of one programme otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1779:
Lot 1779
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur 1938/39. Official programme for the Football League Jubilee Trust Fund game between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur played on the 20th August 1938 at Highbury. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Tottenham beat Arsenal 2-0
Lot 1780:
Lot 1780
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1938/1939. English League Division II. Almost complete run of twenty three official home programmes for the season including practise match and two F.A. Cup home ties, all played at White Hart Lane. Only lacking the League match programme against Southampton. Odd programme appears to have previously been bound, folds and some wear to varying degrees to the majority of the programmes, ink three and pencil annotation to two programmes, nicks and wear to pages to five programmes, one with small loss, small old tape mark to one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Tottenham finished 8th in Division II in the season 1938/39
Lot 1781:
Lot 1781
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1938/1939. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Almost complete run of twenty seven official home programmes for the season, played at White Hart Lane, lacking three programmes, v Brentford (L.C. Cup 2), v Islington Corinthians (friendly) and v Southend United (L.C.) including League, friendly, Northfleet United v West Ham United Reserves, Inter Services Championship, Royal Navy & Marines v RAF and Star Shield Final. Middlesex School's, Edmonton Boys v Hendon Boys. Some programmes appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, twelve programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, two heavier, seven with pencil, eight with ink annotation, six programme with nicks to page edges, file holes to one programme, wear with small loss to the corners of one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £120/160
Lot 1782:
Lot 1782 Lot 1782
Tottenham Hotspur v Birmingham City. Season 1939/40. Official home programme for the only first team league match played at White Hart Lane in the season. The match played on the 26th August 1939. Some vertical and horizontal folds, odd nick to page edge otherwise in good condition. A rare programme. Sold with the practice match programme 'Whites v Stripes' played on the 12th August 1939 at White Hart Lane. Qty 2
Estimate: £50/70
The date on which World World Two was declared was the 3rd September 1939, Tottenham only played three official league matches in that season and only one at home
Lot 1783:
Lot 1783
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1939/1940. Selection of eight war-time single sheet programmes for the season, matches in Football League Group 'A', Group 'C' and War Cup. Programmes are v West Ham United (friendly. 7/10/39), v Millwall (Group 'A'. 28/10/39), v Watford (Group 'A'. 11/11/39), v Charlton Athletic (Group 'A'. 25/11/39), v West Ham United (Group 'A'. 26/12/39), v Clapton Orient (Group 'A'. 20/1/40), v Crystal Palace (Football League War Cup. 27/4/40) and v Portsmouth (Group 'C'. 11/5/40). Sold with two reserve match programmes in the London Combination v Coventry City (28/8/39) and v Crystal Palace (2/9/39). Seven programmes with nicks, folds and wear to page edges, three with some soiling/age toning to edge, four programmes with ink and four with pencil annotation, file holes and old tape marks to one programme. Qty 10
Estimate: £130/160
Lot 1784:
Lot 1784
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1940/1941. Three programmes for the season, Whites v Stripes, Practice matches played on 17th August 1940 and 24th August 1940 and London War Cup match v Reading on the 14th April 1941. The two Practice match programmes with slight age toning and neat handwritten annotation to top border and 'field of play' and the Reading programme with loss to left hand top edge, ink annotation to 'field of play', folds and odd nick to page edge otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £70/100
Poignant ink message handwritten to the top of the second Practice match programme 'Stripes leading 1-0, Sainsbury (R.). Interrupted by air raid'
Lot 1785:
Lot 1785
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1941/1942. Selection of eight war-time single sheet programmes for the season. Seven London War League and one London War Cup match. The League matches are v Millwall (13/9/41), v Crystal Palace (25/10/41), v West Ham (6/12/41), v Aldershot (6/12/41. Appears to be incorrectly dated, the match played on 20/12/41), v Arsenal 27/12/41), v Reading (10/1/42) and v Chelsea (28/2/42). The London War Cup match v Watford (28/3/42). Folds to six programmes, mainly neat ink and pencil annotation to six programmes, file holes to one programme, odd nicks to page edges, slightly heavier wear to the Arsenal programme otherwise in good condition. Qty 8
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 1786:
Lot 1786
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1942/1943. Almost complete season of nineteen war-time single sheet programmes for the season for Football League South League and Cup matches. The League matches are v Crystal Palace (29/8/42), v Charlton Athletic (12/9/42), v Southampton (26/9/42), v Aldershot (3/10/42), v Millwall (10/10/42), v Chelsea (31/10/42), v Arsenal (7/11/42), v Watford (21/11/42), v Q.P.R. (5/12/42), v Brentford (25/12/42), v Reading (23/1/43), v Portsmouth (30/1/43) and v Luton Town (20/2/43), only lacking the league home programme v West Ham (19/12/42). War League Cup matches are v Chelsea (6/3/1943), v Millwall (20/3/43) and v Reading (3/4/43) and there are three further programmes that appear to be for Charity matches played at White Hart Lane, the matches are v Fulham (26/4/43), v Clapton Orient (1/5/43) and v Arsenal (8/5/43). Folds to varying degrees to nearly all the programmes, nine programmes with ink and five with pencil annotation, file holes to five programme, odd nicks and wear to page edges to six programmes, four quite heavy, small loss to the corner of one programme and the Arsenal Charity Match programme (8/5/43) has heavier wear with folds, creasing and two small holes worn through the paper otherwise in good condition. Qty 19
Estimate: £140/180
Lot 1787:
Lot 1787
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1943/1944. Complete season of eighteen war-time single sheet programmes for the season for Football League South League and Cup matches. There are fifteen League home matches including big match 'Derbies' against Arsenal and Chelsea and three War League Cup against Portsmouth, Millwall and Aldershot. Folds to varying degrees to eight programmes, ten programmes with mainly neat ink and four with pencil annotation otherwise in good/very good condition. Qty 18
Estimate: £150/250
Lot 1788:
Lot 1788
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1944/1945. Complete season of twenty war-time single sheet programmes for the season for Football League South League and Cup matches. There are fifteen League home matches including big match 'Derbies' against Arsenal and Chelsea and three War League Cup against Q.P.R., Aldershot and West Ham United plus two friendlies against Arsenal (19/5/45) and Fulham (26/5/45). Folds to varying degrees to nine programmes, three programmes with ink and eight with pencil annotation, two with file holes, two with tears to edges with small loss, one with folds, wear and heavier wrinkling, one programme with heavy wear, fold with some loss otherwise in good condition. Qty 20
Estimate: £180/250
Lot 1789:
Lot 1789
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1945/1946. Complete season of twenty seven war-time, the majority, single sheet programmes for the season for Football League South League and Cup matches. There are twenty one League home matches including big match 'Derbies' against Arsenal and Chelsea, friendly v Chelsea (2/3/46), F.A. Cup 3 v Brentford, England (Army) v Scotland (Army) (3/12/45), Royal Engineers (All England ) v Eastern Command (6/12/45) and Southgate & District Minor League Cup Final, Southgate Olympic Minors v Tudor Rose (8/5/46) and friendly, Tottenham Hotspur v F.A. Eleven (G.W. Hall Benefit match 7/5/46). Folds to varying degrees to eighteen programmes, nine programmes with ink and three with pencil annotation, two with file holes, two with old tape marks, one with staining to top border and loss to top edge otherwise in good condition. The Derby County League programme signed to 'field of Play' by Ron Burgess. Qty 27
Estimate: £180/250
Lot 1790:
Lot 1790
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1946/1947. Complete season of twenty six practice match, League, Cup and friendly programmes for the season. Football League Division II. There are twenty four League home matches, two Practice matches, White v Blue & White Hoops, F.A. Cup 3rd round, 2nd replay v Chelsea and friendly v Arsenal (25/1/47). Folds to varying degrees to eleven programmes, six programmes with ink and four with pencil annotation, minor foxing or age toning to three programmes, nicks to page edges to six programmes, ink staining and staining/minor damage to three programmes, loss to the top right hand corner of the Chelsea Cup programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
Spurs finished 6th in Division Two
Lot 1791:
Lot 1791
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1946/47. Football Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Almost complete run of twenty four official home programmes for the season played at White Hart Lane lacking five programmes, the League match programmes v Ipswich, Southend, Northampton and Charlton and the London Cup match v Bromley. Includes friendlies, Tottenham 'A' v Fulham 'A' and West Ham United Reserves, English School's Shield match 7th round, Edmonton Boys v Coventry Boys, Star Shield Final programme, Edmonton Boys v Heston & Isleworth Boys and Football Combination Cup Final, Arsenal Reserves v Swansea Town Reserves held at White Hart Lane. Ten programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, seven with ink annotation, five programme with nicks to page edges, , two with small loss, small tape mark to one programme, age toning to page edges of eight programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 1792:
Lot 1792
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1947/1948. Complete season of twenty six practice match, League, Cup and friendly programmes for the season. Football League Division II. There are twenty one League home matches, two Practice matches, Whites v Reds, F.A. Cup 4 v W.B.A. and FAC 5 v Leicester City and Army International match, British Army v French Army. Folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, twelve programmes with ink, five heavy ink annotation and seven with pencil annotation, age toning or staining to nine programmes, nicks to page edges to seven programmes, odd one with small loss otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £140/180
Spurs finished 8th in Division Two
Lot 1793:
Lot 1793
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1947/48. Football Combination & Cup plus reserve team friendly, other matches etc. Appears to be a complete run of thirty official home programmes for the season played at White Hart Lane Includes Football Combination League and Cup, Football Challenge Cup matches, friendly v Chelmsford City, English School's Shield matches, Edmonton Boys v Walsall Boys and v Norwich Boys, programme for the International Youth Association Football Tournament with some matches played at White Hart Lane and Challenge Cup Final, Tottenham Reserves v Fulham Reserves played at White Hart Lane (2 copies). Sixteen programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, fourteen with ink, four with pencil annotation, eleven programme with nicks to page edges, seven with small loss, small tape mark to one programme, age toning or staining to page edges of six programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1794:
Lot 1794
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1948/1949. Almost complete season of twenty nine practice match, League, Cup, representative and friendly programmes for the season only lacking one programme, the League match v Plymouth Argyle. Football League Division II. There are twenty two League home matches, two programmes for the matches v Nottingham Forest, the first being abandoned due to fog in November and played again in February, two Practice matches, Whites v Reds, London Olympic Games programme for the 1st round of the Football played at Tottenham, Army International match, British Army v Belgian Army, two friendlies v Middlesborough and Hibernian and the Oxford v Cambridge, Varsity match. Folds to varying degrees to ten programmes, eleven programmes with ink and nine with pencil annotation, age toning or staining to three programmes, nicks to page edges to eleven programmes, old tape mark to one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Spurs finished 5th in Division Two
Lot 1795:
Lot 1795
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1948/49. Football Combination & Cup, Eastern Counties League plus reserve team friendly, other matches etc. Good run of twenty eight official home programmes for the season played at White Hart Lane. Includes Football Combination League and Cup, Football Challenge Cup matches, three Eastern Counties league programmes, Football Combination Cup semi-final v Southampton, London Challenge Cup Final Replay, Chelsea v West Ham United and F.A. Youth County Championship, Middlesex v Liverpool. Eleven programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, sixteen with ink, four with pencil annotation, nine programme with nicks to page edges, two heavier with small loss, age toning to some programmes, some staining to three programmes, ink staining to one programme and the Millwall Reserve programme has some major loss to the bottom of the programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1796:
Lot 1796
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1949/1950 'Second Division Champions'. Complete season of twenty nine practice match, League, Cup, representative and friendly programmes for the season. Football League Division II. There are twenty one League home matches, two Practice matches, Whites v Reds, friendly v Hibernian, Glasgow Boys v London Boys, England v Italy International, F.A. Cup Semi-final and Semi-final replay, Chelsea v Arsenal and the Oxford v Cambridge, Varsity match. Folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, twelve programmes with ink and three with pencil annotation, age toning or staining to three programmes, one heavier than the other two, nicks to page edges of six programmes, old tape mark to one programme otherwise in good condition. The Varsity match programme in only poor/fair condition
Estimate: £120/160
Spurs won the second division and were promoted to Division One
Lot 1797:
Lot 1797
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1949/50. Football Combination & Cup, Eastern Counties League plus reserve team friendly, other matches etc. Good run of twenty seven official home programmes for the season played at White Hart Lane. Includes Football Combination League and Cup, Football Challenge Cup match, three Eastern Counties league programmes, Eastern Counties Cup Final, friendly, Tottenham Youth v F.A. Youth and Tottenham 'A' v Harwich & Parkeston 'A'. Nine programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, seven with ink, six with pencil annotation, five programme with nicks to page edges, some with small loss, age toning to six programmes, tape marks and some damage to one programme, file hole, damage and loss to one programme, one programme with some wear and small hole to the centre otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 1798:
Lot 1798
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1950/1951 'First Division Champions'. Complete season of twenty five practice match, League, representative and friendly programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice matches, Whites v Reds, Oxford v Cambridge, Varsity match and two Festival of Britain matches v F.C. Austria and Borussia Dortmund. Folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, six programmes with ink, heavy ink annotation to one, and one with pencil annotation, staining to one programmes, nicks to page edges of three programmes, small loss to corner of one programme otherwise in good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty two Reserve team, Football Combination and Cup, London Challenge Cup and 'A' team (1) programmes for the 1950/51 season. Includes London Challenge Cup Semi-final replay v Brentford etc. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation etc
Estimate: £100/150
Spurs won the First Division Championship in 1950/51
Lot 1799:
Lot 1799
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1951/1952. Complete season of twenty nine practice match, League, Cup, representative and friendly programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Colours, Friendlies v Copenhagon Combination and Hibernian, Charity Shield v Newcastle United, FAC4 v Newcastle United, F.A. Amateur Cup semi-final Barnet v Leyton and F.A. Cup semi-final and semi-final replay, Arsenal v Chelsea. Folds to varying degrees to sixteen programmes, twelve programmes with ink and three with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of five programmes, file holes to one programme otherwise in good condition. Sold with a good run of eighteen Reserve team, Football Combination and Cup and 'A' team (1) programmes for the 1951/52 season. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, one programme a little tatty to edges etc
Estimate: £100/150
Spurs finished in 2nd position in the First Division in 1951/52
Lot 1800:
Lot 1800
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1952/1953. Complete season of twenty five practice match, League and Cup programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3, replay v Tranmere Rovers (Spurs won 9-1), FAC4, replay v Preston and FAC6, replay v Birmingham City. Folds to varying degrees to twelve programmes, eleven programmes with ink and two with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of seven programmes, file holes to one programme, small corner loss to one programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty two Reserve team, Football Combination and Cup and 'A' team (1) and other match programmes for the 1952/53 season. Includes Tottenham Youth v Fulham Youth (Middlesex Invitation Cup), Tottenham Schools v Bristol Schools (English Schools Shield) and Tottenham Juniors v Waltham Cross Boys Club (Winchester Cup). Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, one programme v Q.P.R. Reserves a little poor and tatty otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Spurs finished in 10th position in the First Division in 1952/53
Lot 1801:
Lot 1801
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1953/1954. Complete season of thirty practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Colours, FAC3, replay v Leeds United, FAC5, replay v Hull City, three floodlit friendlies v Racing Club De Paris, F.A. Austria and Hibernian, F.A. XI v RAF, Walthamstow Avenue v Crook Town (Amateur Cup Semi-final) and Tottenham Hotspur v Amateur International XI. Folds to varying degrees to fifteen programmes, twelve programmes with ink and four with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of two programmes, soiling to one programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty five Reserve team, Football Combination and Cup and other match programmes for the 1953/54 season. Includes Tottenham Boys v Edmonton Boys (Hotspur Challenge Cup) and London Boys v Manchester Boys and Tottenham 'B' V Chelsea 'A' (Met & Dist League ). Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, one programme trimmed otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Spurs finished in 16th position in the First Division in 1953/54
Lot 1802:
Lot 1802
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1954/1955. Complete season of thirty one practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Blues & Whites v Whites, FAC4 v Port Vale, five floodlit friendlies v Sportklub Wacker, v Essen Rot-Weiss, v Arsenal, v Racing Club De Paris and v F.C. Servette, friendly v Finchley and Hendon v Hounslow Town (Amateur Cup Semi-final). Folds to varying degrees to sixteen programmes, nine programmes with ink and four with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of two programmes, soiling to one programme and trimming to one programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty three Reserve team, Football Combination and Cup, South Eastern League (2) and other match programmes for the 1954/55 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys and London Schoolboys v Birmingham Schoolboys. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, three programmes trimmed otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs finished in 16th position in the First Division in 1954/55
Lot 1803:
Lot 1803
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1955/1956. Complete season of thirty practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3 v Boston United, FAC4 v Middlesborough, FAC6 v West Ham United, two floodlit friendlies v F.C. Vasas and v Swansea Town, England v Germany (Amateur International), London v Basle (Inter-Cities Cup) and Chelsea v Burnley (FAC4, 4th replay). The Manchester United programme has been trimmed to the top edge, heavy loss to the Swansea Town programme, tear to the West Ham United programme. Folds to varying degrees to thirteen programmes, five programmes with ink and one with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of five programmes, one with small loss, staining and file holes to one programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty four Reserve team, Football Combination, South Eastern League (2) and other match programmes for the 1955/56 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys and London Boys v Berlin Boys and Tottenham Hotspur 'A' v Goleston (E.C.L. Cup Final). Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, the Southend Reserves programme with heavy wear and some loss otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs finished in 18th position in the First Division in 1955/56
Lot 1804:
Lot 1804
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1956/1957. Complete season of thirty practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3 v Leicester City, FAC4 v Chelsea, five floodlit friendlies v Racing Club de Paris, Partick Thistle, Hibernian, Heart of Midlothian and Red Banner and London Police v Edinburgh Police. Folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, six programmes with ink and two with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of three programmes, staining to two programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty eight Reserve team, Football Combination, Eastern Counties League (2) and other match programmes for the 1956/57 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys and London Boys v Birmingham Boys and Tottenham Hotspur Juniors v Bexleyheath Juniors (Southern Junior Floodlit Cup) and Tottenham Juniors v Chelsea Juniors (Southern Junior Floodlit Cup, semi-final) and England v Hungary (Youth International) . Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, one programme with tape mark and one programme in only fair condition otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs finished in 2nd position in the First Division in 1956/57
Lot 1805:
Lot 1805
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1957/1958. Complete season of twenty nine practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3 v Leicester City, FAC4 v Sheffield United, four floodlit friendlies v VFB Stuttgard, Partick Thistle, v Hibernian and v Canto Do Rio (Brazil) and v F.A. Amateur XI. Folds to varying degrees to eleven programmes, twelve programmes with ink and one with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of five programmes otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty six Reserve team, Football Combination, London Challenge Cup, Eastern Counties League and Cup (3) and other match programmes for the 1957/58 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys, England v Rumania (Youth International), Final of the East Anglia Cup v Norwich City 'A'. Spurs won the Eastern Counties League in this season. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, one programme with tape mark and the Leicester Reserves programme in only fair condition otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs finished in 3rd position in the First Division in 1957/58
Lot 1806:
Lot 1806
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1958/1959. Complete season of twenty nine practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3 v West Ham United, FAC4 v Newport County, FAC5 v Norwich City, three floodlit friendlies v Belevista F.C. (Brazil), v Hibernian and v Bucharest Selected XI, F.A. Cup semi-final, Luton Town v Norwich City and Barnet v Walthamstow Avenue, F.A. Amateur Cup, semi-final replay. Light folds to varying degrees to eight programmes, five programmes with ink and one with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of one programmes otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty eight Reserve team, Football Combination, London Challenge Cup, Eastern Counties League and Cup and other match programmes for the 1958/59 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys, Final of the Eastern Counties League Cup Final, 1st leg v Peterborough United Reserves, London Police v Edinburgh Police, London Challenge Cup Final Tottenham v West Ham United, Southern Junior Floodlit Cup matches v Luton Youth and Southampton Youth. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, soiling to one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs finished in 18th position in the First Division in 1958/59
Lot 1807:
Lot 1807
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1959/1960. Complete season of twenty six practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC4, replay v Crewe Alexandra, FAC5 v Blackburn, three floodlit friendly v Torpedo Moscow, Olympic Games Qualifier, Great Britain v Netherlands and T.V. All Stars XI v International Sportsmens XI, April 1960. Light folds to varying degrees to ten programmes, five programmes with ink and two with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of three programmes otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty nine Reserve team, Football Combination, London Challenge Cup, Eastern Counties League and Cup and other match programmes for the 1959/60 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys, London Challenge Cup semi-final, Tottenham v Chelsea, Southern Junior Floodlit Cup matches v Watford Youth and Luton Town Youth, Middlesex v London, County Youth Cup, friendly v Fulham Reserves and Middlesex Boys v Staffordshire Boys. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, nicks, ink and pencil annotation otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Spurs finished in 3rd position in the First Division in 1959/60
Lot 1808:
Lot 1808 Lot 1808
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1960/1961 'Double winning season'. Complete season of twenty six practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3 v Charlton Athletic, FAC4 v Crewe Alexandra, floodlit friendly v Dynamo Tbilisi and England v West Germany, U23 International. Light folds to varying degrees to seventeen programmes, three programmes with ink annotation, nicks to page edges of one programme, light staining to two programmes and wrinkling to one programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty four Reserve team, Football Combination, London Challenge Cup, 'A' team, Youth XI, Eastern Counties League and Cup and other match programmes for the 1960/61 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys, Floodlit friendly v Army, Eastern Counties League Cup Final, 2nd leg v March Town United etc. Odd signature to programme. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, nicks, ink and pencil annotation otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Spurs finished in 1st position in the First Division in 1960/61 and won the F.A. Cup, therefore achieving 'the Double'
Lot 1809:
Lot 1809
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1960/1961 'Double winning season'. Good run of eighteen away match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are seventeen League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal and FAC5 v Aston Villa. Lacking the league away match programmes v Blackpool, Bolton, Leicester City, Fulham and Burnley. Light folds to varying degrees to six programmes, five programmes with ink and two with pencil annotation, light staining to one programmes otherwise in good condition. Sold with two programmes, one v Brighton & Hove Albion, Football Combination, 20th August 1960 and Romford v Tottenham Hotspur 'A', 20th April 1961. Some faults, folds and ink annotation otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Spurs finished in 1st position in the First Division in 1960/61 and won the F.A. Cup, therefore achieving 'the Double'
Lot 1810:
Lot 1810
Ipswich Town v Tottenham Hotspur 1962. Official programme for the F.A. Charity Shield match played at Portman Road on 11th August 1962. Sold with Ipswich Town v A.C. Milan, European Cup 1962 and two friendly match programmes v Vejle Boldklub, December 1962 and v New Zealand October 1979. G
Estimate: £30/40
Spurs beat Ipswich 5-1 in the Charity Shield Match
Lot 1811:
Lot 1811
Queensland v Manchester City. 12th May 1970. Official programme for the tour match played at The Gabba Cricket Ground on 17th May 1970. Some folds otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1812:
Lot 1812
F.A. Cup Finals 1955 to 1982. Official programme for the Finals of 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965 (2), 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1981 and 1982. Sold with Charity Shield for 1981 and 1982. All matches played at Wembley. Odd programme with annotation to 'field of play' or cover otherwise in good condition. Qty 21
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1813:
Lot 1813
F.A. Amateur Cup Finals 1956 to 1974. Official programmes for the Finals of 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964 and 1974. All matches played at Wembley. Odd programme with annotation to 'field of play' or cover, odd faults otherwise in good condition. Qty 10
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 1814:
Lot 1814
England home internationals 1951 to 1981. Good collection of sixty one programmes for the period, all matches played at Wembley. Odd programme with annotation to 'field of play' or cover, odd faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 1815:
Lot 1815
Norwich City 1950's-1980's. Large collection of over eighty home programmes for the period. Good selection. Sold with F.A. Cup Final programmes 1961, 1962, 1965, 1973 and 1974, F.A. Amateur Final programmes 1960, 1961 and 1964 plus a mixed selection of football programmes 1960/1980's. Odd faults, generally good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1816:
Lot 1816
Manchester City F.A. Cup Final 1969. Official programme for the final played v Leicester City at Wembley Stadium, 26th April 1969, and an official 'Dressing Room Pass' for the match. Also an official programme for the League Cup final v West Bromwich Albion, Wembley Stadium, 7th March 1970 with an official players' itinerary for the match. Sold with two other Manchester City programmes 1965 and 1970 etc. VG
Estimate: £20/30
Manchester City beat Leicester City 1-0 in the 1969 F.A. Cup Final, and beat West Bromwich Albion 2-1 in the 1970 Football League Final
Lot 1817:
Lot 1817
Football programmes 1945/46 to 1948/49. Three programmes for Leicester Boys v Stockton 1946 (English Schools' Trophy Final) played at Filbert Street, Leicester on 11th May 1946, Leicester City v West Ham United (FAC3) 1947 and Royal Air Force v Royal Navy 1949 (Inter-Services Cup) played at Reading on 30th March 1949. Some wear, folds, faults, damage, generally good condition. Plus two other 1950's programmes
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1818:
Lot 1818
West Ham United 1955/56 and 1957/58 seasons. Six official match programmes for West Ham United home matches from the 1955/56 season Football League Division 2 matches unless stated. Programmes are v Doncaster Rovers, v Preston North End (F.A. Cup Third Round), v Cardiff City (F.A. Cup Fourth Round), v Bury, v Sheffield Wednesday, and v Lincoln City. Also eight from the 1957/58 season v Sheffield United, v Fulham, v Leyton Orient, v Doncaster Rovers, v Huddersfield Town, v Cardiff City, v Middlesbrough, and v Ipswich Town. Handwritten or typed annotations to the odd programme, some wear, file holes to one, overall in good condition. Qty 14. Sold with four laminated printed mono West Ham team photograph 1960s/1970s. G
Estimate: £40/60

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