22 item(s) found:

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

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

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

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

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).

'Dr. W. G. Grace, Champion Cricketer of the World', c1895 cotton handkerchief, printed with portrait of W. G. Grace, biography, and record of his 100 centuries, framed, overall 53 x 53 cm. Handkerchief with some staining Ex Ross Edwards collection

W.G. Grace & Ranjitsinhji, both signatures on autograph page. (W.G. Grace, the most famous cricketer of all, played 22 Tests 1880-99, 13 as Captain; Ranjitsinhji played 15 Tests 1896-1902. England test player nos. 24 & 105). From the Percy Samara-Wickrama

'Wisden Cricketers' Almanack for 1916', (with Tribute to W.G. Grace), original yellow paper wrappers, fair/good condition, one of the rarest editions of Wisden

Cec pepper's cricket bat from Victory Tests, Australian Services Team v England, India & Ceylon 1945-46: full size 'Gradidge' cricket bat, match-used, with signatures of 9 members of the Australian Services team on reverse - Christofani, Keith Miller, Will

'Edward Mills Grace, Cricketer' by Ashley-Cooper (London, 1916), scarce. Fair/good condition

C1903 Wrench 'Australian & English Cricketers', collection including Dr.W.G. Grace, J.J. Kelly, W.A. Noble, Lord Hawke, Clem Hill, F.S. Jackson, J. Darling. Fair/G. (41 items)

W.G. Grace, large original photograph, Studio portrait in his cricket attire, by E. Hawkins of Brighton, overall 23 x 31 cm

C1882 Australia v England: colourful scrapbook piece (11 x 14 cm), showing Australian coat-of-arms, cameos of Dr. W. G. Grace & W. L. Murdoch, and picture of W. G. Grace (as lion) bowling to Billy Murdoch (as kangaroo). Mounted on scrapbook page

'Dr. W. G. Grace, Champion Cricketer of the World', c1895 cotton handkerchief, printed with portrait of W. G. Grace, biography, and record of his 100 centuries, size 58 x 55 cm

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

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

1893 south of England Team: original team photograph of the south of England team that played the Australians at Hastings on 7th-9th September 1893, noted W.G. Grace (Captain), A.E. Stoddart, J.J. Ferris, W.W. Read & J.T. Hearne, overall 40 x 33 cm

W.G. Grace, lovely signature on 1902 (March 9th) hand-written letter, on London County cricket club letterhead, interesting text 'We are holding a committee meeting in a few days to decide what matches etc we shall play next summer. I should like to hear f

W. G. Grace, lovely signature on 1902 (June 1st) hand-written letter, on London County cricket club letterhead, window mounted with contemporary colour litho of W.G. Grace (crease & some soiling, though attractive), framed & glazed, overall 35 x 27 cm

W.G. Grace, lovely signature on 1902 (March 9th) hand-written letter, on London County cricket club letterhead, interesting text 'We Are Holding a Committee Meeting in a Few Days to Decide What Matches Etc We Shall Play Next Summer. I Should Like to Hear F

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