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1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'M.C.C. XI., 1932, Members of Team and List of Fixtures', published by The Sydney Morning Herald. Fair condition.

c1932-33 England 'Bodyline' Tour to Australia: Gift box of three Anona soaps, lid with cricket scene, lion & kangaroo. Impressions on face of soaps (1) 'The Score Board at Melbourne', (2) H.Sutcliffe, D.R.Jardine, W.R.Hammond, (3) W.M.Woodfull, W.A.Oldfiel

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'Who's Who in Australian Cricket, 1932-33' by H.Drysdale Bett [Melbourne, 1932], rare supplement to 'The Australian Cricketer'. Good condition. (Padwick 3331 & 7174-1. Also listed by Ramsbottom, who notes 'It Was Intended to Be a Reg

1928-29 England Team, autograph page with 12 signatures including Percy Chapman (captain), J.B.Hobbs, Douglas Jardine (captain of the 1932-33 Bodyline team), Maurice Tate & Harold Larwood. Also another page signed by two umpires in Victoria v England match

c1900-56 cricket postcards of teams, noted 1907 South Africa team with facsimile autographs; Orient Line Rms 'Orontes' with facsimile autographs of 1932-33 England Bodyline team; 1946-47 England with facsimile autographs on reverse. Fair/VG. (21 items)

Bodyline Books, noted 'Anti Body-Line' by Alan Kippax [London, 1933 - scarce]; 'And Then Came Larwood' by Arthur Mailey [London, 1933]; 'Bodyline Umpire' by Whitington & Hele [Adelaide, 1974]; 'Gubby Allen - Bad Boy of Bodyline?' by Rendell (signed 81/100)

Bodyline Books, noted 'The Larwood Story' by Larwood & Perkins [London, 1965] signed by Larwood with inscription 'Yorkers beat them all - Lol Larwood'; 'In Quest of the Ashes' by Jardine [London, 1933]; 'Jardine Justified' by Harris [London, 1933]; 'Body-L

Harold Larwood, display comprising signed action picture from the Bodyline series, window mounted with 'A Service of Thanksgiving' brochure (framed, 60 x 33cm); plus 1968 signed hand-written letter (framed, 27 x 31cm). (2 items).

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: Menu 'Dinner tendered to the Members of the English cricket Team by the Government of New South Wales', with 9 signatures inside including Harold Larwood, Freddie Brown, Maurice Tate, Bill O'Reilly & Herbert Ironmonger.

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'The Sporting Globe Cricket Book 1932-3' by Baillie (Melbourne, 1932);. 'Special Test Souvenir, With Careers of Players to Beginning of 1932-33 Season', issued by 'The Australian Cricketer' (Melbourne, 1932); 'N.S.W. Cricket Souvenir

Bill Woodfull's Blazer Pocket, from the 1932-33 Bodyline Series, green wool, yellow silk trim, wire-embroidered Coat-of-Arms & '1932-3', made into a small cushion with other parts of the blazer. Good condition. All that survives of the Australian captain's

1932-33 England 'Body-line' Team, autograph page with 15 signatures including Douglas Jardine (Captain), R.E.S.Wyatt, Nawab of Pataudi (scarce) & Harold Larwood. On reverse is 1931-32 Australia with 12 signatures including Don Bradman, bill Woodfull & Clar

1946-2012 cricket cards & postcards, noted 1946 Anonymous 'English test Team 1946-1947' [1/2 known]; 1948 Donaldson 'Sports Favourites' (3 cricketers); 1950 W.C.Douglas 'Fountain of Merit series' [1/12 cricketers]; 1984 Brindley 'Cricketers (the Jubilee bo

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'Bodywhine! a Treatise on the Jardinian Theory', cartoons by R.W.Blundell with a few words by V.M.Branson [Adelaide, 1933]. Fair/good condition (some tone spots on covers)

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'Queensland Cricket Souvenir. Queensland Team, Careers, Averages, Photos and Statistics, Full Match Scoring Sheet and Programme 1932-33', supplement to 'The Australian Cricketer' [Melbourne, 1932]. Fair/good condition. Extremely scar

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'Cricket Sketches and Short Stories, By Arthur Mailey, the Australian Googly Bowler, 1932-33' [Sydney, 1933]. Poor/Fair condition (cover faults & tape on spine). Extremely rare.

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'The Tests 1932-3' (second edition), scarce pre-tour brochure published by Keating-wood [Melbourne, 1932]. Fair/good condition.

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'Souvenir of English Cricketers' Visit to Adelaide. Third test match. January 13, 1933', scarce programme [Adelaide, 1933]. Fair condition (missing covers).

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'Bodywhine! a Treatise on the Jardinian Theory', cartoons by R.W.Blundell with a few words by V.M.Branson [Adelaide, 1933]. Fair condition (missing covers).

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'Some Statistics Concerning Cricket Casualties (Showing Batsmen Struck By Bowlers in Test Matches Between England and Australia', published by Australian Broadcasting Commission [Melbourne, 1933]. Fair/good condition.

1932-33 Bodyline Tour: 'Defending the Ashes 1932-1933' by Wilmot [Melbourne, 1933]; plus 'And Then Came Larwood - An Account of the Test Matches 1932-33' by Arthur Mailey [London, 1933]; 'Bodyline?' by Harold Larwood [London, 1933]. Fair/good condition.

1932-33 England 'Bodyline' Tour to Australia: Unusual 'Test Cricket Blotter' with picture of the English team & fixture list, issued by Yee Hop Loong & Co., Wholesale Fruit Market, Melbourne. Used, though extremely rare

1932-33 England 'Bodyline' Tour to Australia: Dinner menu 'Oxford and Cambridge Dinner to the Oxford and Cambridge Members of the M.C.C. Team. University Club, Sydney, 30th November, 1932', with G.O.Allen, F.R.Brown, D.R.Jardine, R.C.N.Palairet, Nawab of P

1932-33 England 'Bodyline' Tour to Australia: Menu 'Commercial Travellers Club. Luncheon, Tendered to The English Cricket team, 1932-33. Melbourne, 10th November, 1932', with 6 signatures on reverse including George Duckworth, Hedley Verity & Gubby Allen.

1932-33 England 'Bodyline' Tour to Australia: Postcard of 'Orient Line R.M.S. Orontes 20,000 Tons' written by Freddie Brown in Port Said to his brother in Middlesex dated Sept.27th; plus an unused postcard of 'P&O R.M.S. Comorin 15,000 Tons' which the team

'Mark Taylor - Time to Declare' by Mark Taylor & Ian Heads (Sydney, 1999), deluxe edition signed by Mark Taylor; plus reprinted team photographs (8) - 1912 Australia; 1922 Australian XI v The Rest; 1932-33 England 'Bodyline' team; 1932-33 Australia; 1936-3

1928-29 Cricket Bat (Bradman’S First Test Series), Cricket Bat (66 cm long), signed on front by England - 15 signatures including A.P.F.Chapman, Walter Hammond, Douglas Jardine (the infamous Bodyline captain) & Harold Larwood; and signed on reverse by Aust

'Defending The Ashes 1932-1933' by Wilmot (Melbourne, 1933), original cloth, one of the few Australian books on the 'body-line' tour, signed inside by Australian captain Bill Woodfull. Poor/Fair condition

Bill Woodfull's Blazer Pocket, from the 1932-33 Bodyline Series, green wool, yellow silk trim, wire-embroidered Coat-of-Arms & '1932-3', made into a small cushion with other parts of the blazer. Good condition. All that survives of the Australian captain's

1932-33 England Body-Line Tour to Australia: Cricket Stump with brass Fennell at top, endorsed along stump '5th Test Sydney v England '33'. A very scarce survivor of this most controversial Series

Bill Woodfull's 1932-33 Bodyline Tour photograph album: Large photograph album, very well annotated, with photographs (126), including the Bodyline tour (84); beautiful photograph titled 'Village Cricket - England'; 1930 Ashes tour (2); 1933-34 Sheffield S

Cricket Balls: Bill Woodfull's collection of match-used Cricket Balls, note one endorsed 'Sydney. 1929 v England'; two Bodyline cricket balls, endorsed '1st Test Sydney v Eng 1932' & '4th Test v Eng '33 Brisbane'; plus two unidentified. Each ball accompani

Scrapbooks of Press Clippings (15), including some compiled by cricket writer Hugh Buggy (who coined the term 'Bodyline'), range from 1938-55, including 1939 Australian tour to England; 1946-47 England Tour to Australia; 1948 Australian 'Invincibles' Tour

1932-33 England 'Body-Line' Team, autograph page with 9 signatures - R.E.S. Wyatt, Nawab of Pataudi(scarce), Tommy Mitchell, Bill Voce, Freddie Brown, Maurice Leyland, Bill Bowes, Maurice Tate & Plum Warner (manager). G/VG condition. Ex Hal Hooker's autogr

Framed Items: Photograph signed by Don Bradman & Bill Brown; Signed displays - 'Perfect' signed by Steve Waugh; 'The Bodyline Series 1932-33' signed by Ian Craig. All framed & glazed, various sizes. (3 items)

Arthur Mailey, signed self-portrait, titled 'So this is bodyline?'. (Mailey played 21 Tests 1920-26, and achieved considerable success as a cartoonist). Ex Hal Hooker's autograph book

1932-33 England 'Bodyline' Tour to Australia: Dinner menu 'Melbourne Club, 12th November 1932' with handdrawn cartoon on reverse referring to 'F.B.' (England's Freddie Brown). scarce

1932-33 England 'Bodyline' Tour to Australia: Dinner menu 'The Oxford and Cambridge Association of South Australia, Annual Dinner, Adelaide, November 5th 1932', with guests P.F.Warner, R.C.N.Palairet, J.R.Jardine, Nawab of Pataudi, G.O.Allen & F.R.Browne.

1928-29 England Team, page endorsed 'With My Best Wishes, Geo.Geary' with 16 signatures including Percy Chapman (Captain), J.B.Hobbs, Douglas Jardine (Captain of the 1932-33 Bodyline team), Maurice Tate & Harold Larwood. Also has a Queensland Cricket Assoc

1932-33 'Body-Line' Tour: 'The Sporting Globe Cricket Book 1932-3' by Baillie (Melbourne, 1932). fair/good condition. Rare 'Body-Line' tour guide

1928-29 Cricket Bat (Bradman's First Test Series), the bat (66 cm long), signed on front by England - 15 signatures including A.P.F.Chapman, Walter Hammond, Douglas Jardine (the infamous Bodyline Captain) & Harold Larwood; and signed on reverse by Australi

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