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David Boon's Tasmania Cricket Cap, from 1982-83, Baggy Green with embroidered '(Lion)/ TAS.XI' badge on front, endorsed inside 'D.Boon'. Good condition. [David Boon played 107 Tests & 181 ODIs 1984-96, and for Tasmania 1978-99].
Norm O'Neill's Australian 'Baggy Green' test cap, green wool, embroidered Australian coat-of-arms & '1959-60' on front, Farmer's label inside marked '9/59 N.O'Neill'. Provenance: Ex Sid O'Linn (South Africa 7 Tests 1960-61). [Norman O'Neill played 42 Tests
Ian Chappell's Australian 'Baggy Green' Test Cap, match worn in 1973-74 Australia v New Zealand Test at MCG. Ex Mike Shrimpton (NZ 10 Tests 1963-74), with letter from Ian Chappell confirming provenance. [Ian Chappell played 75 Tests 1964-80 including 30 as
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,
Greg Chappell's Australian 'Baggy Green' Test Cap, green wool with embroidered Australian Coat-of-Arms on front, with albion label inside endorsed 'Greg Chappell' & '1977'. Excellent condition. (Greg Chappell played 87 Tests 1970-84, including 48 as Austra
Phillip Hughes, signature on replica 'Baggy Green' cap. [Phillip Hughes played 25 Tests from 2009 until his tragic death in November 2014, which led to an unprecedented outpouring of grief from cricket fans worldwide].
Australian 'Baggy Green' Test Cap, from the 1970s, green wool with embroidered Australian Coat-of-Arms on front, made by Albion, player unknown. G/VG condition. Ex Len Maddocks who was Australia's team manager in the 1970s, including the disastrous 1977 As
Sam Loxton's Australian 'Baggy Green' 1948 'Invincibles' Test Cap, green wool, embroidered Coat-of-Arms & '1948' on front, endorsed on Farmers label 'S.J.Loxton'. VG condition. [Sam Loxton played 12 Tests 1947-51].
Ray Bright's Australian 'Baggy Yellow' WSC Cap, yellow wool, with embroidered WSC badge (red ball over 3 black stumps & 'W.S.C.') on front. Fine condition. [Ray Bright played 25 Tests & 11 ODIs 1974-86]
Craig McDermott's Australian 'Baggy Green' Youth Team cap, green wool with embroidered Australian coat-of-arms & 'Youth XI' on front, named inside to Craig McDermott. Good match-worn condition. Ex Craig McDermott collection
Craig McDermott's Australian 'Baggy Green' youth Team cap, green wool with on front embroidered map of Australia with 'Australia/youth cricket Team' inside map. Good match-worn condition. Ex Craig McDermott collection
Alan Connolly's Australian 'Baggy Green' test cap, from the 1964 Ashes series, green wool, embroidered Australian coat-of-arms & '1964' on front, Farmer's label named 'A.Connolly'. very good match-used condition. Alan Connolly played 29 Tests 1963-71.
'Allan Border Tribute': Group with Cricket Cap, Baggy Green with Yellow Piping, with Embroidered 'Allan Border Tribute' logo on front; programme, medal, badge, video & framed T-shirt. Also book 'Ashes Glory' signed by Allan Border, Merv Hughes & Dean Jones
David Boon's Australian 'Baggy Yellow' One Day International Cap & Odi Jumper: Cap yellow wool, with embroidered Australian Coat-of-Arms on front; Odi jumper with 'Boon' on reverse, framed & glazed, overall 73 x 56 cm. Fine condition. (David Boon played 10
Eric Freeman's Australian 'Baggy Green' Test Cap, from the 1967 Australian tour to New Zealand, green wool, embroidered Australian Coat-of-Arms & 'N.Z. Tour 1967' on front, signed inside by Eric Freeman. Very good match-used condition. (Eric Freeman played
Ron Archer's Australian 'Baggy Green' Test Cap, from the 1954-55 Ashes Series, green wool, embroidered Coat-of-Arms & '1954-55' on front, Farmers/Sydney label inside endorsed 'R. Archer'. The cap is in very good match-used condition. Ron Archer played in 1
Doug Walters' Australian 'Baggy Green' 1967-68 Test Cap, green wool, embroidered Coat-of-Arms & '1967-68' on front, signed inside & on brim 'Doug Walters'. Fine condition. Doug Walters, one of Australia's most popular cricketers, played 75 Tests 1965-81. H
Bert Oldfield's Australian 'Baggy Green' test cap, blazer and Wicket-Keeper's gloves: 'Baggy Green' with wire-embroidered coat-of-arms and '1935-36' on front, Farmers label inside endorsed 'W.A.Oldfield'. Good match-worn condition. Australian test blazer,
Ron Hamence's Australian 'Baggy Green' 1948 'Invincibles' test cap, green wool, embroidered coat-of-arms & '1948' on front, endorsed on Farmers label 'R.Hamence'. Exceptional condition. (Ron Hamence played 12 Tests 1946-48).
Ian Chappell's Australian 'Baggy Green' 1974-75 test cap, green wool, embroidered coat-of-arms on front, label inside endorsed 'Ic', in display case, overall 65 x 54 cm. Fine condition, with signed letter from Ian Chappell, 'I Confirm That the Australian C
Bill Johnston's Australian 1952-53 'Baggy Green' test cap, green wool, embroidered coat-of-arms and '1952-53' on front. Poor condition. (bill Johnston played in 40 Tests 1947-55 and was one of the Invincibles. in the 1952-53 test series v South Africa he w
Don Bradman, drawing of the Don wearing his 1947-48 'Baggy Green' Australian cap, by Ian Brock, signed by Don Bradman and the artist, and dated 5/94, window mounted, framed and glazed, overall 60 x 77 cm
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