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Charlie Macartney: Cricket Ball with silver-plated band, engraved 'To Pop & Lionel, with love from Charl., My Testimonial Match - Australia v The Rest, S.C.G. February 1927'. [Charlie Macartney played 35 Tests 1907-26].
Ball That Bowled Bradman: Cricket Ball with shield attached, engraved 'M.F.B.C.C v Army, Bradman C.Buttsworth, Bowled McKimm 109. 11.12.40'. Bradman's 109 raised 2/6 for each run scored against the Fire Brigade bowlers for the 'Fags For Fighters Fund'. [Wa
Shane Warne: 'Skw 500 Cricket Ball' signed by Shane Warne, limited edition 58/200, in original presentation box; plus 'Shane Warne - 600 Test Wickets, Commemorative Ceramic Cricket Ball', limited edition 142/600, in original presentation box. With CoAs. (2
Trophy cricket ball: c1887 cricket ball with gold shield engraved 'Armfield & Lang's Trophies. Used in the final match. St.George v Clyde. Presented to Mr H.Auty, in recognition of his unwearied exertions in behalf of St.George C.C.'. [the Armfield & Lang'
Shane Warne: signature on full size 'Easton' Cricket Bat (rubber handle perishing); Shane Warne signature on 'Kookaburra' cricket ball; plus 1980 Centenary Test souvenirs including plate, rosette, programme, scarf, tickets & scorecards (2)
Dean Jones, signature on yellow cricket ball used in the first ever Sheffield Shield Match played under lights at the MCG from February 3rd-6th 1995. In this match Dean Jones made 324 runs not out. In attractive display box, 23 x 23 cm. With CoA from Victo
Cricket Group, noted Don Bradman signed cricket ball on marble stand; signed items (16) including Don Bradman, Bill Ponsford, Gary Sobers, Douglas Jardine & J.B.Hobbs; books (3) including 'Allan Border - Beyond Ten Thousand' signed by Don Bradman; c1972 We
Joe Hardstaff Jr: Cricket Ball with sterling silver band engraved 'Joe Hardstaff. From the Skipper. 100 Runs in 51 Minutes V Kent at Canterbury. August 6th 1937'; plus a wooden ashtray with small plaque engraved '1948'. (Joe Hardstaff Jr played 23 Tests fo
Cricket group: Stuart MacGill's Australia a One-Day cap, signed to brim 'Stuart M'; Ryan Campbell's Western Australia One-Day cricket cap, signed and endorsed on brim; 'Swampy' team shirt, from Geoff Marsh's Testimonial match with 11 signatures; postcard o
Cricket group, noted 'Australian Test Players Domestic International Season 2004/05, Commemorative Ceramic Cricket Ball', in original presentation box; prints (5) with one signed by Don Bradman; display 'Winning Run World Cup 1999' signed by Darren Lehmann
Cricket Balls: Ross Edwards' collection of cricket Balls, noted a pristine example of the first white cricket ball, as used in world series cricket year one 1977-78 with white stitching, in original box; white cricket Balls (5) from world series cricket ye
Dennis Lillee, display comprising 'County, Dennis Lillee' cricket ball held in a sculpted hand, in perspex display case, overall 16 x 16 x 22 cm. (Dennis Lillee played 70 Tests 1971-84). Also cricket bat signed by 1995 young Australia team (14 signatures i
Shane Warne, display with signature on cricket ball, window mounted with action photograph, framed and glazed, overall 50 x 47 cm. Also Arthur Morris signed print, L/E 174/196, framed and glazed, overall 48 x 61 cm. (2 items)
David Boon's Tasmania cricket cap, Baggy Green with embroidered 'Tasmanian Tigers' logo on front (cricket ball and stumps over Tasmanian tiger), signed inside by David Boon. Good condition. (David Boon played 107 Tests 1984-96, and represented Tasmania 197
Cricket Balls: Ross Edwards' collection, noted a pristine example of the first white cricket ball, as used in WSC year one 1977-78 with white stitching, in original box; white cricket Balls (5) from WSC year two 1978-79 with green stitching, in original bo
Canadian cricket trophy: cricket ball with silver plaque attached, engraved 'D.C.L., a record of 107 Wickets, T.G.Reed, Average 5.7 1928', mounted in silver/Bakelite stand with glass lid. (note: on 1932 Australian Tour of North America, a T.Reed played for
David Boon's Tasmania cricket cap, Baggy Green with embroidered 'Tasmanian Tigers' logo on front (cricket ball & stumps over Tasmanian tiger), signed inside by David Boon. Good condition. David Boon played 107 Tests 1984-96, and for Tasmania 1978-99
Signed miniature Bats: collection of miniature bats signed by teams (5), noted 1988-89 Australia under-19s; New Zealand c1985; South Africa c1992; Zimbabwe c2000; world Masters. Nice array of signatures including Michael Slater, Darren berry, Richard Hadle
Don Bradman, display with print 'The Don - Sir Don Bradman' by John Christie, signed by the artist, mounted with Bradman Museum miniature bat & miniature cricket ball, limited edition 920/1500, framed & glazed, overall 67 x 97 cm.
Canadian Cricket trophy: cricket ball with silver plaque attached, engraved 'D.C.L., a Record of 107 Wickets, T.G.Reed, Average 5.7 1928', mounted in silver/Bakelite stand with glass lid. (Note: on 1932 Australian Tour of North America, T.Reed played for t
Don Bradman, display with print 'The Don - Sir Don Bradman' by John Christie, signed by the artist, mounted with Bradman Museum miniature bat and miniature cricket ball, limited edition 920/1500, framed and glazed, overall 67 x 97 cm
Len Pascoe: signed cricket ball endorsed 'Test Match Ball Used by Lillee, Thomson, Chappell and the Boys 1980'; plus full size 'Symonds' cricket bat signed by Len Pascoe. (Len pascoe played 14 tests 1977-81). (2 items)
Dennis Lillee & Lance Gibbs: 'Kookaburra' cricket ball signed by Dennis lillee & Lance Gibbs, on attractive wooden stand with plaque engraved 'This Ball Was Signed in Melbourne in December 1981, to mark the occasion of Dennis Lillee equalling Lance Gibbs',
Don Bradman, display '1930 Bradman Commemorative Ball' comprising cricket ball with portrait of Don Bradman, on wooden stand with signature of Don Bradman affixed, limited edition 508/974, overall 15 cm hign, 16 cm diameter.
Cricket cruet set, c1890, silver-plated, with 'Cricket Ball' salt & pepper shakers, plus 'Cricket Ball' shaped mustard pot with 'Cricket Bat' spoon, with base featuring stumps & ball. Very attractive item of cricketana
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