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1948 Australian Team, autograph page with 17 signatures including Don Bradman, Sid Barnes, Lindsay Hassett, Keith Miller & ray Lindwall, window mounted with 1948 scorecard Lancashire v Australians, framed & glazed, overall 38 x 34 cm. VG condition

1899 scorecard for 4th Test, 'Lancashire County Ground. England v Australia. Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, July 17th, 18th & 19th 1899'. Players include Archie MacLaren, Tom Hayward (130), Joe Darling & Victor Trumper.

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.

Don Bradman's Last Test Match, scorecard from 5th Test at Kennington Oval.

Cricket Literature, noted 'Athletic News Cricket Annual' for 1937 & 1938; c1989-2012 programmes (15); c1960-2013 tour guides (14); 1948-2009 scorecards (19); 'Wisden Cricketer Almanack' for 1999 & Australian Wisdens (4); Annual reports for Saca, Tca & Melb

1944-45 wartime scorecards for Nottinghamshire C.C. including two matches v Australian Services XI. Superb condition. (12 items)

C1936-89 group, noted 1936 Leveson-Gower's XI photo with 10 signatures; 1949 New Zealand autograph page; 1953 Australia (6 signatures on pieces); 1956 Australia team sheet; 1965 New Zealand team sheet; 1968 Australia team sheet; 1980 Australia signed score

Bradman's Last Test Match, modern signature on 1948 Scorecard for Fifth Test at the Oval, showing Arthur Morris's 196, and Bradman's duck, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 39 x 51cm.

1938 Australian Tour to England: Balance of collection, noted mini-bat with facsimile autographs; England team sheet with facsimile autographs; scrap books (2); tour guide 'Australian Cricket Tour 1938'; 1937-38 Melbourne Cricket Club badge; player badges

Tour Guides: Range with ABC cricket books (22, from 1968 to 1985-86); 1956 scorecard Middlesex v Australians 1956; 'Test Oddities' produced by Motels of Australia in 1965-66.

Cricket Ephemera: large box of ephemera, menus, tickets, invitations, cricket books & publications, noted signed Don Bradman items in small frames (4); W.A.Oldfield catalogues (4) for 1963-64, 1964-65, 1969-70 & 1975-76; silk scorecard 1957 England v West

1945 Australian Services Team, autograph page with 14 signatures laid down including Lindsay Hassett, Keith Miller & Cec Pepper. Scarce. Also 1945 scorecard for England v Australian Services at Lords

Shane Warne: signature on full size 'Easton' Cricket Bat (rubber handle perishing); Shane Warne signature on 'Kookaburra' cricket ball; plus 1980 Centenary Test souvenirs including plate, rosette, programme, scarf, tickets & scorecards (2)

Don Bradman: Signed items, noted 1948 scorecard; P.O.Pack; postcards (2); Australia Post Delivery Confirmation. (6 items)

1926 Victoria's World Record Score: Silk scorecard 'World's Record Score in First Class Match, Victoria v New South Wales, Played at Melbourne on 24th, 27th, 28th and 29th of December, 1926', window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 35 x 47 cm. (Victoria's

Tickets & Passes: collection of English cricket tickets & passes c1975-2004 (74). Also ephemera range with tour guides (3); programmes (2) including 1948 Lancashire v Australians; booklet & scorecard. (81 items)

Bill Brown: Official scorecard for 1938 Ashes 2nd Test at Lord's, partially completed in by Bill Brown, showing his 206 n.o. in the 1st innings, described by him as his greatest achievment in Test cricket. Good condition. Ex Bill Brown's collection

1887 England Tour to Australia: Silk Scorecard 'Smokers V Non-Smokers, Played on the East Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia, March 17, 18, 19 & 21, 1887. Largest Score in the World! in a Single Innings in a First-Class Match'. minor soiling, t

Scorecards/Stamps & Covers: 1948-2001 scorecards (32), including 9 from 1948 Invincibles tour; plus cricket FDCs (2), commemorative covers (11 - 3 with signatures) & stamps (18)

Mark Taylor: 'The Captain's Knock', display comprising panoramic photograph, showing Mark Taylor's century in the 2nd Test v Pakistan 1995, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 117 x 38 cm. Plus commentary/scorecard signed by Mark Taylor (also framed &

1948 Australian Team, autograph page with 17 signatures including Don Bradman, Sid Barnes, Lindsay Hassett, Keith Miller and ray Lindwall. VG condition. Also 1948 scorecard Lancashire v Australians. (2 items)

1948 Australian 'Invincibles' Tour of England: 9ct gold pencil holder, in original presentation box, with business card from Dr.John Robert Lee, endorsed on reverse 'Just a Small Token of Appreciation with Best Wishes. You Made 99 - a Score 'Don' has never

Cricket team sheets (8) - c1958 New Zealand, 1968 England v Australia, 1993 England 'A', 1999 NZ, 1998 Hampshire, 1999 Durham, 1999 Warwickshire and 1999 Leicestershire; cricket scorecards (2) ; 1924 boxing programme from 1st boxing Tournament at Wembley S

Brian Lara: group with signed scorecard (501 not out, Warwickshire v Durham 1994) ; 'Beating the Field' by Lara and Scovell (London, 1995); 1995 Wisden (hardcover, as new condition) featuring Lara's remarkable record-breaking streak in 1994; set of 4 mint

1977 Centenary test, satchel presented to Ross Edwards, containing a range of souvenirs including first day cover with 24 signatures including Harold Larwood; tie; cuff-links; MCG Centenary test - special Visitor's Ticket; invitations, menus, programme, br

Australia: bill O'Reilly 1949 hand-written letter to a fan in Rhodesia; 1961 Ashes tour - large press photo (30 x 25 cm) signed by Neil Harvey and Bob Simpson; scorecards (2) including 4th test at old Trafford (signed Brian Statham) ; postcard 'The Austral

Signed Scorecards: 1994 Warwickshire v Durham (Lara 501 not out) signed by Lara; 1980 England v Australia Centenary test with 23 signatures; 1990 England v India (Gooch 333 and 123) signed by Gooch. (3 items)

Jack Hobbs and Lord Tennyson, small displays with signed pieces mounted with cigarette cards. Also Charles Macartney with facsimile autograph on front; plus scorecard for 1921 5th Ashes test at Kennington oval. (4 items)

Scorecards: 1930-99 collection including 1930 5th test England v Australia; 1938 1st test England v Australia; signed scorecards (5) with Bob Simpson and Kim Hughes. (12 items)

1951 South Africa Team to England, autograph page with 14 signatures including Dudley Nourse, Eric Rowan and Cuan McCarthy; plus tour guide 'Cricketers from South Africa' and scorecard for 5th test. (3 items)

1998 MCC v rest of the world (Diana Princess of Wales Memorial match), programme with all 22 signatures including Mike Atherton, Ian Healy, Glenn McGrath, Sachin Tendulkar and Graeme Hick; plus scorecard. (2 items)

1956 Australia Tour to England: wooden shield with Australian coat-of-arms and 17 signatures; autograph page with 8 signatures including Keith Miller, Neil Harvey and Ian Craig; 'Pando souvenir Tour Programme, 1956 Tests, Australia v England'; Christmas ca

Don Bradman's Last test match, group with scorecard of 5th test at Kennington oval; together with pieces signed by Don Bradman and Eric Hollies (who bowled Bradman for a duck in his last innings). VG condition. (3 items)

1948 Australia Tour to England: Tour Guides (2) - 'The Listener in test cricket book' (Melbourne, 1948) and 'Cricket 1948, the Australian Tour'; scorecards (3) - 2nd test at Lords, 3rd test at old Trafford and Middlesex v Australians; plus card signed by A

1934 Australian Tour to England: 'Australia's 18th cricket Tour of England 1934 souvenir' tour brochure by A.W.Simpson (Nottingham, 1934); scorecards for 2nd test at Lords and Surrey v Australia; plus postcard 'Australian cricket Team, England, 1934'. (4 i

1926 Australian Tour to England: Ticket for 1st day of 2nd test at Lords; scorecards for 2nd test and Derbyshire v Australians; team picture signed by Stork Hendry; plus book 'Australian Cricketers 1926' by Laurence East (London, 1926) (tone spots). Scarce

Rare scorecard 'Interstate cricket match, Victoria v South Australia, February 16th, 17th, 19th, 20th 1923. Official souvenir Scoring card, the Proceeds of the Sale of These cards to be Handed to the George Giffen Testimonial Fund'; plus 'Cricket coaching

Cricket group, noted c1900 batsman scrapbook; 1956 scorecards from each Ashes test (5) ; plus Dennis Lillee signed print. (7 items)

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

1926 Victoria's world record Score: silk scorecard 'World's Record Score in First Class Match, Victoria V New South Wales, Played at Melbourne on 24th, 27th, 28th and 29th of December, 1926', window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 32 x 41 cm. Ex umpire J

1987 world cup - Australia's first world cup victory, display comprising Craig McDermott's Australian shirt & fielder's hat (sweat-stained & signed), window mounted with match scorecard, framed & glazed, overall 55 x 123 cm. (McDermott was used as a pinch-