The First Australian Cricket Team to Tour England 1868', limited edition print on canvas by Dave Thomas, showing the famous Aboriginal team, published by the Bradman Museum, framed, overall 87 x 67cm. With framed plaque of players names. (2 items).
A pair of miniature cricket Bats, signed by Donald Bradman & Sir Garfield Sobers, text reads, world's Greatest Cricketers, Sir Donald Bradman, the world's Greatest Batsman, Sir Garfield Sobers, the world's Greatest all Rounder, 67 x 174 cm
Don Bradman, 'A Memorable Summer/48 Farewell' limited edition print by Brian Clinton published by the Bradman Museum, signed by Don Bradman and the artist & numbered 134/334, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 79 x 62 cm
Don Bradman - antique telephone from H.W.Hodgetts Stockbroking Firm: Intercom phone with names of stockbroking staff including 'Mr.Bradman' & 'Mr.Hodgetts'. (in February 1934, Harry Hodgetts, a South Australian delegate to the board of
1932-33 'Body-line' Tour: full page supplements to 'The News' - Don Bradman, bill Woodfull, Bert Oldfield, Tim wall, Stan McCabe, bill O'Reilly, Len Darling, Clarrie Grimmett, Leo O'Brien, Ern Bromley, '1932-3 Victorious English
Ball That Bowled Bradman: Cricket Ball with shield attached, engraved 'M.F.B.C.C v Army, Bradman C.Buttsworth, Bowled McKimm 109. 11.12.40'. Bradman's 109 raised 2/6 for each run scored against the Fire Brigade bowlers for the 'Fags For Fighters Fund'. [Wa
Don Bradman's 1936-37 Australian Test Blazer, from his first series as Australian captain, green wool with embroidered Australian Coat-of-Arms & '1936-37' on pocket, with Farmer's Sydney label endorsed D.G.Bradman. The blazer illustrates just how small (17
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
Don Bradman: 6-page song sheet for 'You're The One, featured by Gloria Swanson', with on back page 'Hear this Happy, Snappy, Fox Trot song by Don Bradman - Every Day is a Rainbow Day for Me'. Good condition
Balance of Cricket Collection, noted cricket books (47) with 'Australian Cricket - A History' by Moyes [Sydney, 1959], 'A History of West Indies Cricket' by Manley [London, 1988], 'Who's Who of Cricketers' by Bailey, Thorn & Wynne-Thomas [London, 1993], pl
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,
Cricket Prints: 'Sir Don Bradman' by Alan Fearnley (Bradman wearing Australian cap with MCG in background), signed by Don Bradman & the artist, limited edition 463/850, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 55 x 68 cm; plus 'A small step for Kepler...'
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