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Handwritten letter from A.E. Newton (Somerset 1880 - 1914) to his fellow Somerset cricketer H.N.E. Alston, dated May 17th 1935. Alston seems to be proposing to bring a cricket team to Trull, Newton's local
Handwritten letter (over 3 sheets) from Kardar to his close friends in Guyana Mr and Mrs Raymon. Kardar stayed with the family during the 1957-58 Pakistan cricket tour of the West Indies and this humorous
Cricket autograph. Handwritten letter in ink on headed notepaper from the Australia Hotel, Sydney, dated 17 October 1950. Routine content. 18 x 11 cm. A few small pinholes and some light creasing.
Cricket autograph. Handwritten letter in ink to an autograph collector, dated 20 March 1980. "... this cricket season has been very hectic..." 25 x 20cm. Small tear at top of sheet.
Single sheet letter written in response to a request by an autograph collector. In the letter Ganteaume talks about the recent Australia- West Indies series (1992-93) and of other cricket around the world.
Handwritten letter in ink on personal headed notepaper, dated April 9th, 1930. Bosanquet writes to E.G. Martin (Worcestershire), who contributed the chapter on bowling to The Lonsdale Library's
Cricket autograph. Handwritten letter with signature in ink on Royal Hospital, Chelsea, headed notepaper, dated 21st December 1921. Lyttelton writes to thank the MCC Staff at Lords for their Christmas
Handwritten letter in ink to his friend and cricket collector Geoffrey Copinger, sharing some memories of the tube stations around Lord's. 20 x 14cm. Very good condition.
Handwritten letter from the American cricketer to Henry Grierson regarding the Forty Club and other matters (including being mistaken for Plum Warner), dated 24 October 1959. Signed "Christy Morris". 18
Handwritten note on card, dated Jan 28 1990. Signed in ink "Good Wishes, Colin Cowdrey". 10 x 16cm. Very good condition.
Cricket letter. Handwritten letter with signature in ink on United University Club headed notepaper dated May 8th 1950. Wells writes to Plum Warner congratulating him on being nominated for the Presidency
Handwritten letter with signature in ink, dated 13th August 1919. Sent to Harold Costley-White, headmaster of Westminster School, accepting the offer of a teaching post at the school. Nicely signed. 11.4
Hand-signed typescript letter responding to an autograph request. Folded. Good condition.
Typewritten letter on headed notepaper from Hampshire CCC, dated 8th October 1974. Routine content. 12.6 x 20.4cm. A little creased, very good.
Handwritten letter from Bradman, while in London, to a well-wisher, dated August 29th 1948. This was just a few days after his last Test match and two days after his 40th birthday. "It was very sweet
Single-sheet letter dated 12 September 1983 in which the 75-year-old Bradman discusses Swanton's projected biography of Gubby Allen and the recent book on himself by Michael Page in which the author "with
Typed letter from the Duke of Norfolk to Henry Grierson, secretary of the Forty Club, apologising for not being able to attend a Forty Club dinner. Dated October 14th 1957, on Arundel Castle headed notepaper.
Handwritten letter in ink from Banks to Mr Smithson, the then Hon. Sec. of Kent CCC, declining his invitation to play due to ill health. Probably dates from 1848 or 1849. Accompanied by typewritten transcript.
Single sheet letter written in response to a request by an autograph collector. Sent from Harrogate Cricket Club. Very good condition.
Cricket autograph. Handwritten letter to Archie MacLaren, mainly reminiscing about old friends. "Funny to think back, I remember travelling up in your carriage from Brisbane to Toowoomba, and you were
Postcard, sent by Ashley-Cooper to EBV Christian in 1902. In it he discusses Philip Norman's "Annals of West Kent Cricket" - "one of the best books I have ever read"; and noting a forthcoming change
Cricket autograph. Typed letter on "Victorian Cricket Association" headed notepaper to Bob Blair (New Zealand), regarding a contribution to Blair's testimonial brochure. Signed in ink "Frank". 30 x 21cm.
Typed letter on Lancashire CCC headed paper, written in his capacity as Club Secretary to accompany a copy of the County Annual. Signed nicely by Howard in ink. Howard played 3 matches for Middlesex in
Handwritten letter from G.E. Livock (Middlesex 1925-27) to the cricket collector Geoffrey Copinger. Livock is confirming in the letter the identities of some players featured in a postcard from Copinger's
Single-sheet handwritten letter from the West Indies cricketer to Geoffrey Copinger, dated 21 July 1957. 8 x 14cm. Central fold. Very good condition.
Handwritten letter in ink on 2 sheets to seemingly close acquaintance 'Gerry', dated 11th of September 1946. Gimblett is replying to a letter and covers various subjects including his not quite reaching
Handwritten letter in ink on headed notepaper, dated 30th April 1951, from Altham to D.J. Knight (Surrey & England), asking him to play for the Authentics against Winchester College. Also
Cricket autograph. Typed letter to Archie MacLaren, inviting him to the Ferrets Club Annual Dinner, where he would be joining "every England Captain since 1899, with the exception of Lionel Tennyson and
Printed note on Surrey CCC headed card from Sir Jack Hobbs to a well-wisher (Charles Conolly) thanking him for his "very kind congratulations on the great Honour Her Majesty the Queen has graciously bestowed
Two letters relating to an enquiry about the Northern Nomad(s) Cricket Club - the recipient was hoping for some information about a possible book that had been published on the club. Jacob Wakefield, of
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