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Limited edition cricket books by Bernard Whimpress [Adelaide, 1994-2004], all signed by the author, noted 'Lord Hawke's XI at Unley', 'W.G.Grace at Kadina', 'Adelaide gold', 'Corroboree - Adelaide oval 1885', 'Hughie

'Wisden Cricketers' Almanack for 1916', (with Tribute to W.G.Grace), original paper wrappers. Fair/Good condition. One of the rarest editions of Wisden.

1899 scorecard 'Lord's Ground. M.C.C. and Ground v Australians, Monday, June 5, 1899'. Players include W.G.Grace, A.E.Trott, Joe Darling & Victor Trumper.

Cricket Frames, noted 1884 print 'Our Cricketing Guests', c1905 hand-coloured photo of cricketer (looks like Vernon Ransford), print of W.G.Grace, Don Bradman signed display

Framed Cricket Displays, noted lovely original photograph of the 1926 Australians practicing in the nets, panoramic photograph of a c1930s Test match. All framed, various sizes. Also cast iron W.G.Grace door stop

Grace Secomb type koala vase. No signature to base apparent. Height 13 cm

1905 Albert Chevallier Tayler Prints, of cricketers in action, noted W.G.Grace (trimmed); plus all Australian cricketers - Warwick Armstrong, Albert Cotter, Joe Darling, R.A.Duff, Syd Gregory, Clem Hill, A.J.Hopkins, J.J.Kelly, Frank Laver, C.E.McLeod, Mon

'Kings of Cricket' by Richard Daft [Bristol, 1893] with 34 signatures inside - including W.G.Grace, Walter Read, A.E.Stoddart, F.S.Jackson (England's 8th, 9th, 12th & 17th captains); Jack Blackham, George Giffen, Harry Trott & Hugh Trumble (Australia's 5th

'Century of Centuries' Plates, collection of plates made by Coalport, comprising Sir Donald Bradman; Dr W.G.Grace; Sir John Berry Hobbs; Herbert Sutcliffe; Colin Cowdrey; Geoff Boycott - 100 Centuries for Yorkshire. (6 items)

'Great Cricketers - The Age of Grace & Trumper' by George Beldam Jr & Cornelia Beldam [Cheshire, 2000], signed & numbered 332/548.

Hand-Painted Cricket Bats: Full size cricket bats (3), with paintings in oil on front - one showing W.G.Grace; another 'Captain of the Eleven', from the painting by Philip Hermogenes Calderon; last showing 'Hillyer' & 'Stephenson' (from the lithographs by

W.G.Grace: April 28th 1902 ½d Postal Card printed on reverse for 'London County Cricket Club, with hand-wriiten message, and signed by W.G.Grace at base.

W.G.Grace: March 14th 1901 hand-written letter on 'London County Cricket Club' letterhead (with Cricket crossed out and 'Bowling' inserted), signed by W.G.Grace at base. In later life W.G.Grace became very interested in lawn bowls. He founded the English B

W.G.Grace Cricketana: Collection including W.G.Grace pipe marked 'Centuplico/ W.G.G. AEt.47. A.D.1895'; signatures on piece (2); photos including two showing Dr. W.G.Grace pub signed by Don Bradman; ties (6); postcards, pictures, articles.

'Vanity Fair' Cricket Prints, comprising 'Cricket' (W.G.Grace), 'Australian Cricket' (George Bonnor), 'Yorkshire Cricket' (Lord Hawke), 'I Zingari' (John Loraine Baldwin), 'Plum' (Sir Pelham Warner). Each framed & glazed, each overall 27 x 40cm. (5 items)

W.G.Grace: April 24th 1908 postcard printed on reverse for 'London County Cricket Club, with hand-written message 'Cricket match tomorrow abandoned', and signed by W.G.Grace at base.

W.G.Grace: April 25th 1904 hand-written letter on 'London County Cricket Club' letterhead, signed by W.G.Grace at base.

Cricket books, noted 'How's That?, Including a Century of Grace' by Furniss & Milliken [Bristol, 1896]; 'Old Cricket and Cricketers' by Montgomery (Bishop of Tasmania) [London, 1890]; 'W.G.Grace 1848-1915' by Sugden [Surrey, 1965].

W.G. Grace, superb original painting 'W.G. Grace', from the 'Legends of Cricket Series', by Dave Thomas, oil on board, signed by the artist 'Dave Thomas '99' lower right, window mounted, framed, overall 74 x 64 cm

W.G.Grace, signature on postcard. (The most famous cricketer of all. England 22 Tests 1880-99, 13 as Captain)

W.G.Grace, display with signature on endpaper of book, window mounted with two pictures, framed & glazed, overall 74 x 55 cm

W. G. Grace, fine signature on original photograph, showing him full-length batting, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 23 x 29 cm

'Vanity Fair' cricket print: 'Cricket' (W.G.Grace) by Spy (Sir Leslie Ward), colour lithograph, published June 9 1877, window mounted, framed and glazed in maple frame, overall 44 x 57 cm. Print with minor tone spots, though attractive display. (This was t

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

Original pencil drawing by J.S. Cotman d. 1817 Abbey church of Montevilliers near Havre de Grace. 36 x 23 cm Statement on back declaring original watermark of paper d. 1820 by restorer. Relates to plate 82 in the previous lot. Signed J.S. Cotman 1817

1891-92 England Tour to Australia: musical programme from R.M.S.'Arcadia' en route to Australia, 'Friday Nov.6th 1891, the Darkest African Minstrels, Interlocutor Mr W.G.Grace' with musical numbers featuring cricketers bean, Stoddart, Read, Peel and Briggs

The MCC portfolio of cricketing prints, limited edition of fine oleographs, from six of the most outstanding oil paintings in the collection at Lord's, set No. 28/500, comprising:- 'Mr Hope of Amsterdam' by Jean Francois Sablet, framed and glazed, overall

'Wisden Cricketers' Almanack for 1896', rebound in brown cloth, though lacking front cover, includes original photograph of Mr.W.G.Grace. Fair/good condition

Pc W.G.Grace, signature on postcard. (the most famous cricketer of all. England 22 Tests 1880-99, 13 as Captain)

1894 south of England Team: original team photograph of the south of England team that played the north of England at Hastings on 6th-8th September 1894, with title 'South, 1894' and players names printed on mount, noted W.G.Grace (Captain), Billy Murdoch

Cricket books, noted 'First-Class Cricket in Australia' in 2 vols by ray Webster (both signed 742/1000) (Melb., 1991 and 1997), ; 'W.G.Grace at Kadina - Champion Cricketer Or Scoundrel?' by Whimpress (signed 37/300) (Adelaide, 1994); 'The First Sheffield S

Cricket Displays, noted Don Bradman signed caricature; Colman's mustard - W.G.Grace poster; 'The Australian XI - 1989 Ashes Series' poster with 19 signatures; Richard Hadlee signed picture; 'Clashes For the Ashes' medallions. (5 items)

Cricket books, noted 'The Bradman albums' in 2 volumes (Sydney, 1987); 'The test match Surprise' by Jack Hobbs (London, 1926); 'W.G.Grace' by Darwin (London, 1948); 'The complete History of Australian cricket 1803-1989' in 5 volumes by pollard (Sydney, 198

Cricket books, noted 'The cricket-field, or the History and Science of the game of cricket' by James Pycroft, (London, 1862) (rebound) ; 'W.G.Grace on batting, Bowling, Fielding' by W.G.Grace (Bristol, 1892); 'Baxter's second Innings' by Drummond (London,

1896 Australian Tour of England: rare scorecard 'M.C.C. And ground v Australians, Thursday, June 11, 1896'. (the powerful MCC team including W.G.Grace, A.E.Stoddart, K.S.Ranjitsinhji and J.T.Hearne dismissed Australia for 18 runs!). Fair/good condition

Cricket books, noted 'The test match Surprise' by Jack Hobbs (London, 1926); 'W.G.Grace' by Darwin (London, 1948); 'The complete History of Australian cricket 1803-1989' in 5 volumes by pollard (Sydney, 1987-90); 'Cricket in Australia' volumes 1-6 (Melbour

Don Bradman, signature on title-page of 'Cricket' by W.G.Grace (Bristol, 1891). Good condition. Unusual and scarce.

W. G. Grace, signature on piece, with small circular photograph below. (the most famous cricketer of all. England 22 Tests 1880-99, 13 as Captain).

1893 south of England Team: original team photograph of the south of England team that played the north of England at Hastings on 11th-13th September 1893, noted W.G.Grace (Captain), Billy Murdoch (former Australian Captain), A.E.Stoddart, J.J.Ferris, W.W.

'Wickets in the West; or, the twelve in America' by Fitzgerald (London, 1873), rebound in maroon cloth. One of the first tour books, an English XI that included W.G.Grace, with a wood-engraved frontispiece of the team, and a portrait of the author (the Cap

'vanity Fair' cricket print: 'Cricket' (W.G.Grace) by Spy (Sir Leslie Ward), colour lithograph, published 1877, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 39 x 54 cm. Ex Craig McDermott collection. (the first 'Vanity Fair' cricket print).

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