Cricket county history books on Derbyshire history, Durham, Essex, Glamogan, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Middlesex, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Somerset, Surery, Sussex, Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Yorkshire. Minor counties are also included in this section.
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An informative statistical history of a hundred years of Durham County Cricket Club, issued to mark the club's centerary in 1983. 8vo. 186pp. Illustrations. Dust-wrapper, lightly tanned towards edges,
Centenary brochure of Gloucestershire County Cricket club, with articles by S. Canynge Caple, John Arlott, EW Swanton, GLO Jessop. Paperback. Oblong format. 68pp. Illustrated. Pictorial wrappers, very
Booklet on Gloucestershire's first season in 1889 published to celebrate the centenary of the club. Paperback. 8vo. 16pp + pictorial wrappers. Very good.
An account of Ali Brown's extraordinary C&G Trophy innings of 268 against Glamorgan in 2002, the highest ever scored in a one-day match. Paperback. 1st edition. 72pp. A very good copy.
The Oval Guide for 1927 with prospects and fixtures for the coming season. Small 8vo. 16pp + original stiffened card covers. Illus. Old tape repair to spine. John Arlott's copy, signed to the front cover
The story of the 1981 championship from the pen of John Barclay, the Sussex Captain. Small 8vo. 160pp, illustrated throughout. Dust-wrapper, a mint copy. Signed by the author to the half title page.
The story of the 1981 cricket county championship from the pen of John Barclay, the Sussex Captain. Revised edition. Small 8vo. 160pp, illustrated throughout. Dust-wrapper, fine.
History of the wandering club, The Arabs, founded by Jim Swanton in 1935 who have toured the world and included many test and first-class cricketers among their ranks. Large 8vo. 158pp. Illustrated throughout.
Small booklet that contains the fixtures for Gloucestershire, Somerset and the 1905 Australians, plus local club fixtures, laws of the game etc. Paperback. 64pp. 10.5 x 7cm. Very good condition. A rare
A celebration of Somerset's annual cricket festival in Bath. Paperback. Small 4to. 120pp. Very good condition.
Cricket book. Large 8vo. 398pp. Original red cloth with gilt titles and all pages edges gilt. A couple of small marks to covers. A very good copy.
Brochure celebrating 100 years of cricket at the famous Sheffield ground. Paperback. Large 8vo. 48pp + pictorial card covers. A very good copy.
Booklet published to mark 100 years of Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Paperback. 8vo (landscape). 66pp. Very good condition.
Bailey looks at the various counties that compete in the English county championship and points out the various hallmarks and characteristics that define them. 8vo. 216pp. Photographic frontis., 16 pages
A review of the matches played at Cheltenham Cricket Week between 1878 and 1904. Paperback. 1st edition. 8vo. pp.(2),(1), 2-59, (3) Plus photos and advert pages in the main body. Cover photo of E.M and
Potted biographies and records of all cricketers who have played first class matches for Cheshire. Paperback, 8vo. 79pp. Very good.
Celebration of Hampshire's Southampton ground. Paperback. A4 (landscape). 88pp. Profusely illustrated. Very good.
A book of Sussex records from the earliest days, with a foreword by Arthur Gilligan. Paperback. Tall 8vo. ix + 150pp. Frontispiece. Original printed wrappers, sl soiled. A good copy. [Padwick,
Seventeen writers on their favourite county. Contributors include Cowdrey, Arlott, Bailey, Richard Gordon, Frank Tyson, Barry Norman and many others. 8vo. Very good in price clipped dust wrapper.
A superbly-illustrated history of the Central Ground, Hastings, home to the Hastings cricket festival and one of Sussex's most popular "out" grounds since it was created in 1864. In 1990 it was scandalously
James Pycroft (1813-95) was a pioneer of cricket research and in the opinion of Ashley-Cooper his efforts in this direction surpassed those of earlier commentators like Boxall, Lambert and Nyren. This
A pictorial and statistical guide to the cricketing grounds of Derbyshire. Paperback, 1st edition, stapled 8vo. 76pp. including photos. Very good condition.
A pictorial and statistical guide to the cricketing grounds of Durham. Paperback, 1st edition, stapled 8vo. 52pp. including photos. Very good condition.
A pictoral and statistical guide to the Welsh cricketing grounds of Glamorgan. Paperback, 1st edition, stapled 8vo. 50pp. including photos. Very good in the original pictoral wraps.
A history of all of the grounds used by Gloucestershire CCC, including lesser known venues like Durdham Down, Tewkesbury, Stroud and Trowbridge. Paperback. 8vo. 80pp. Illustrations. Pictorial wrappers,
Pictures and descriptions of all grounds in Hampshire that have been used for first class or 'Great' matches. Paperback, 8vo. 28pp. photos, maps. Very good.
A pictorial and statistical guide to the cricketing grounds of Kent. Paperback, 1st edition, stapled 8vo. 104pp. including photos. Very good condition.
Pictures and descriptions of all grounds in Lancashire that have been used for first class or 'Great' matches. Paperback, 8vo. 72pp. photos, maps. Very good.
Pictures and descriptions of all grounds in Leicestershire that have been used for first class or 'Great' matches. Paperback, 8vo. 40pp. photos. Very good.
Pictures and descriptions of all grounds in Middlesex that have been used for first class or 'Great' matches. Paperback, 8vo. 48pp. photos, maps. Very good.
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