Autographs, noted pair of batting gloves, both signed by Adam Gilchrist, cricket balls (3) signed by Ian Chappell, Jeff Thomson && Julien Weiner;pictures signed by Don Bradman, Harold Larwood & Viv Richards. Also pair of vintage keeper's gloves (unsigned)
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,
70s crepe wedding dress with lace applique, together with sequined shift top, a black and grey strapless dress with matching jersey jacket and a cream sleeveless top with heavy gilt embroidery to neckline, together with a bag of gloves, collar and a Gucci
Us open Winners: two displays, one with golf gloves (4) signed by Hubert green, Andy bean, David Graham & Curtis Strange; other with golf balls (7) - six signed including Steve Jones, Nick Price, Lee Janzen, Tom Kite, Paul Azinger & Payne Stewart. Both dis
Signed Sports Items: Small oar on display stand signed by Oarsome Foursome; boxing glove with 4 faded signatures including Johnny Famechon; pair of JRE boxing gloves with c32 signatures including Jack Rennie; Dunlop tennis ball tubes (2 - one signed by Ken
Bert Oldfield's Australian 'Baggy Green' test cap, blazer and Wicket-Keeper's gloves: 'Baggy Green' with wire-embroidered coat-of-arms and '1935-36' on front, Farmers label inside endorsed 'W.A.Oldfield'. Good match-worn condition. Australian test blazer,
Jeff Dujon's Wicket-Keeper's gloves, both signed, match used with some wear, window mounted with letter of authenticity from Jeffrey Dujon, framed and glazed, overall 85 x 49 cm. (Jeffrey Dujon played 81 Tests for West Indies 1981-91)
Crusaders v Politicians: collection, noted Ross Edwards' batting gloves, used by the Prime Minister Bob Hawke, in the 1984 match; team photos for 1981 (inaugural match), 1982, 1984, 1986 & 1988 (each 43 x 31 cm) ; plus Edwards' Crusaders fielder's hat. (in
Adam Gilchrist's batting gloves, both signed, one endorsed 'To Keith, Thanks for Your Help, Adam Gilchrist, 189no, 95/96 sterling silver Final'. (Gilchrist's heroic 189n.o. Unfortunately did not bring WA victory, the match was drawn & South Australia won t
1926 Australian Tour to England: page from the Hippodrome visitors book with ink drawing of a pair of keeper's gloves signed and dated (1926) by Bert Oldfield, also a similar drawing of a bat signed by Johnny Taylor; and also signed by cartoonist Tom Webst
'The Laws of cricket, (by Authority), as Revised by the Marylebone cricket club' poster, published by 'J. Perfect, Printer, and Dealer in dark's, Cobbett's, and page's, Bats, Balls, Stumps, gloves, leg-Guards, &C., Market-place, Newark'
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