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Great Britain 1948 Australian Invincible signed Team sheet signed by all members of the 1948 Australian cricket team, signed by Bradman, Hassett, Barnes, brown, Hamence, Harvey, Johnson, Johnston, Lindwall, Loxton, McCool, Miller, Morris, ring, Saggers, Ta

1994 Australian Team to South Africa, official team sheet with 19 signatures including Allan Border, mark Taylor, Shane Warne & Glenn McGrath. Fine condition. Scarce. {Glenn McGrath & matt Hayden's first tour}.

1986 Australian Team to NZ, team sheet with 13 signatures including Allan Border, David Boon & Steve Waugh. Fine condition.

1980 Australian team for Centenary test Tour of England, official team sheet with 14 signatures including Greg Chappell (Captain), Kim Hughes, Dennis Lillee & Jeff Thomson.

1977 Australian Team to England, official team sheet with 17 signatures including Greg Chappell (Captain), rod Marsh & Jeff Thomson. Fine condition.

Team Sheets, noted Australia 1966-67, 1978-79 & 1987 world cup;Australia a 1996-97, Pakistan 1981-82, South Africa 1993-94.

VFL/AFL century Goal Kickers 1970-2000', team sheet with 19 signatures including Peter McKenna, Alex Jesaulenko, Peter Hudson, Doug Wade, Bernie Quinlan, Brian Taylor, Tony Lockett, Gary Ablett & Matthew Lloyd

1983-99 team sheets, noted 1997 Australia, NSW, Queensland (2), south Aust (4), Tasmania (2), Victoria (2) & Western Australia (2). Good range of signatures

England Team Sheets, noted 1958-59, 1974-75 & 1979-80, good range of signatures including Peter May, Colin Cowdrey, Mike Deness & Mike Brearley

1948 Australian Team, official team sheet with 17 signatures including Don Bradman, Lindsay Hassett && bill Johnston, plus the usual handstamp of Sidney Barnes. Folded, otherwise very good condition

Australia's Test Record - 16 Wins in A Row: Team sheet celebrating the Australian and World Record of consecutive Test wins - 16 wins in a row, from 1999 until the 2nd Test v India in 2001, signed by all 20 players involved, including Steve Waugh, Adam

1999 Australian Team, official team sheet for Tour to Sri Lanka & Zimbabwe, with 23 signatures including Stephen Waugh (captain), Shane Warne, Adam Gilchrist & Ricky Ponting. Fine condition. Scarce.

Team Sheets, range comprising 1996 Australian team v West Indies, Boxing Day test at MCG, privately produced team sheet with 9 signatures. 1999 Australian Under 19 team to England, official team sheet with 17 signatures including Michael Clarke, Daniel Har

1994 Australia v England, 1st Test at Brisbane, team sheet with both teams. (Shane Warne's career best figures in this Test - 8 wickets for 71. Warne's signature line was typed twice on the sheet in error - the team sheet is fully signed by the Aus

1993 Australian team to England, official team sheet with 21 signatures including Allan Border (captain), Mark Taylor, David Boon & Shane Warne. [Warnie's 1st Tour of England where his first ball on English soil became known as the ball of the Cent

England: Team sheets comprising 1990-91 to Aust/NZ (2). 1992 World Cup. 1996 v India. 1996 v Pakistan. 1996-97 to NZ. 1997. 1997 to Lahore & Sharjah (2). 1997 to Aust. 1998 v Sth Africa. 1998 3rd Test. 1998 to West Indies. 1998-99 to Aust. 1999 World C

1991 West Indies Team to England, official team sheet with 19 signatures including Vivian Richards (captain), Gordon Greenidge, Malcolm Marshall, Curtley Ambrose & Brian Lara. Fine condition. (Last tours of Viv Richards & Malcolm Marshall. first to

1988 Australian Team for 2nd Test v West Indies, Waca team sheet with 12 signatures including Allan Border, Geoff Marsh & Merv Hughes (hat-trick!). Fine condition.

1987 Australian Team to World Cup, official team sheet with 17 signatures including Allan Border (captain), Geoff Marsh & Stephen Waugh. Fine condition. [Australia won it's first World Cup, defeating arch-rivals England by 7 runs].

Team Sheets Album No.2: c1996-2001 team sheets in album, noted Derbyshire (5), Durham (5), Essex (2), Glamorgan (5), Gloucestershire (4), Hampshire (4), Kent (6), Lancashire (6), Leicestershire (3), Middlesex (3), Northamptonshire (4), Notts (5), Somerset

Team Sheets Album No.1: c1985-94 team sheets in album, noted NSW (5), Qld (2), SA (5), Tas (2), Vic (23), WA (3). Derby (1), Durham (2), Essex (3), Glam (1), Glos (2), Hampshire (1), Kent (2), Lancs (1), Leics (4), Middlesex (2), Northants (4), Notts (3),

1985 Australian team to England, official team sheet with 17 signatures including Allan Border (captain), Andrew Hilditch, Craig McDermott & Geoff Lawson.

1964 Australian team for England, official team sheet with 17 signatures including Bob Simpson (captain), Brian Booth, Graham McKenzie & Bill Lawry.

1957-58 Australian Team to South Africa, official team sheet with 16 signatures including Ian Craig (captain), Neil Harvey, Richie Benaud & Wally Grout. Good condition. Scarce.

1953 Australian team, official team sheet with 16 signatures (some faded), noted Lindsay Hassett, Arthur Morris & Richie Benaud, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 42 x 52 cm.

1953 Australian Team, official team sheet with 17 signatures including Lindsay Hassett (captain), Arthur Morris, Richie Benaud & Ray Lindwall. Good condition.

2005 Australian Team, official team sheet for Tour of New Zealand, with 14 signatures including Ricky Ponting, Adam Gilchrist & Glenn McGrath

2005 Australian Team, official team sheet for Odi Series v West Indies & Pakistan, with 14 signatures including Ricky Ponting, Adam Gilchrist & Michael Clarke

2004 Australian Team, official team sheet for Odi Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, with 14 signatures including Ricky Ponting, Adam Gilchrist & Brett Lee

2004 Australian Team, official team sheet for Tour of India, with 17 signatures including Ricky Ponting, Adam Gilchrist & Shane Warne. [Australia's first series win in India since 1969-70]

2001 Australian team to England, official team sheet with 18 signatures including Steve Waugh (captain), Mark Waugh, Adam Gilchrist & Shane Warne

1997 Australian team to England, official team sheet with 22 signatures including Mark Taylor (captain), Steve Waugh, Adam Gilchrist & Shane Warne

Signed Cricket Covers: Collection in 3 albums of cricket covers (220), 44 signed with c290 signatures including Don Bradman (8), Shane Warne, Steve Waugh, Allan Border, Ricky Ponting, plus team sheets (4) with total 70 signatures. Mainly G/VG condition. In

Australian Team Sheets: Group with 1977 Australian Team to England, official team sheets (2) with total 32 signatures including Greg Chappell (captain), David Hookes, Doug Walters, Rod Marsh && Jeff Thomson;1980 Australian Team for Centenary Test tour of E

1973 West Indies team for England, official team sheet (stuck down to backing page) with 19 signatures including Rohan Kanhai (captain), Lance Gibbs, Clive Lloyd & Deryck Murray

1961 Australian team for England, official team sheet with 19 signatures including Richie Benaud (captain), Neil Harvey, Alan Davidson & Bill Lawry

1956 Australian team, official team sheet with 17 signatures including Ian Johnson (captain), Keith Miller, Richie Benaud & Ray Lindwall. [This Ashes series included the famous 4th Test where Jim Laker took all 10 wickets in the 2nd Innings and 9 in the 1s

New Zealand: c1937-2010 collection with autograph pages (4), team sheets (46), signed photographs (53) & signed pictures (43)

Balance of Cricket Collection, noted pair of c1950s 'Perfect Test' wicket-keeping gloves designed by Bert Oldfield, ceramic 'Baggy Green' cap (limited edition 34/500), packet of Cricket && Golf Spikes;cricket medallions (4) && trophy;badge of J.Hardstaff,

1961 Australian Team, official team sheet with 19 signatures including Richie Benaud (captain), Neil Harvey, Graham McKenzie & Bob Simpson. Plus 1961 'P&O Orient Lines' souvenir programme & 3 books re Richie Benaud, Neil Harvey & Wally Grout. (5 items)

1999 Australian Under 19 team to England, official team sheet with 17 signatures including Michael Clarke, Daniel Harris & Mitchell Johnson

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