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Unusual souvenir card reproducing a short article announcing that Kent and England wicketkeeper Les Ames will hand the gloves to Lancashire's Bill Farrimond (for the Test v South Africa at Lord's in 1935
Collection of 5 telegrams sent to Archie Maclaren at Canterbury on August 3rd, 1897 congratulating him on scoring 244 for Lancashire against Kent. Includes one from Lord Somerset. All
Collection of 21 telegrams sent to Archie Maclaren at Trent Bridge on May 30th/31st 1905, congratulating him on scoring 140 in the first Ashes Test. This remained his highest Test match score. Senders
First Day Cover (9 of 23 issued) for the Australian rebel cricket tour to South Africa in 1986-87. Signed by all eighteen players and staff, including Hughes, Yallop, Rackemann, Wessels, Hogg and Alderman. Fine
Cricket flyer, advertising a match between Barclays Bank and H.T. Bartlett's XII, played at London Road, Norbury, on September 6th 1959. Bartlett's team was made up entirely of father and son combinations
Two business cards that belonged to Bill Edrich, both while working for Hambro Life Assurance. Also included is a ticket to a Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Bill Edrich, held on October 3rd, 1986. All
First Day Cover commemorating Brian Lara's record score of 375 against England in 1994. Signed nicely by Lara. Fine condition.
Guest list and table plan for a luncheon given for the India Cricket Touring Team at the Savoy Hotel on April 21st 1959. The full touring party attended, as did many illustrious guests, including the Duke
Handwritten original radial score chart of Bruce Mitchell's 164 not out in South Africa's second innings of the 2nd test match at Lord's against England, June 29th-July 2nd 1935, the highest score by a
An original hand-drawn radial score chart of Charles Macartney's 155 for Australia against Kent at Canterbury in 1921. Compiled by Surrey and England scorer Bill "Fergie" Ferguson. 19 x 18cm. Light pencil
Souvenir programme to mark the opening of the new ground, which took place on May 19th 1951, and to commemorate 75 years of cricket in Conisbrough. Contains a short history of the club. The village name
Official Centenary of County Cricket First Day Cover with a 3p stamp, franked with a special commemorative Sussex CCC stamp.Signed sometime after issue (c 1990) by 12 Kent players including Ellison,
Four Press passes to cricket Test matches - England v Pakistan 1962 (Oval), England v Australia 1964 (Old Trafford), England v West Indies 1976 (Oval) and England v India 1979 (Edgbaston). They were issued
Published broadsheet of the verses written and read by the dramatist and I Zingari cricketer Tom Taylor, wearing full cricket gear, on the occasion of the inaugural Canterbury Week, prior to a performance
Programme of events for the Cryptics Cricket Club Golden Jubilee Celebrations, held at St. Edward's, Oxford, on September 9-11, 1960. Contains a short history of the club, list of arrangements and a full
Two original cricket Press cuttings from December 1901, the first reporting the death of the great Surrey and England cricketer George Lohmann in South Africa, and the second (from the Daily
Original radial score chart of Dudley Nourse's 231 in South Africa's second innings of the 2nd Test match against Australia at the Old Wanderers, Johannesburg, 1935. This innings, at that
Cricket flyer advertising the match between the Duke of Norfolk's XI and The Australians, played at Arundel Castle on April 28th, 1956. 19 x 13cm. Fine condition.
First Day Cover to commemorate East Africa's involvement in the 1979 I.C.C. Trophy. Signed nicely by 15 players, including Rehman, Patel, Sharma and Pandor. Very good condition.
First Day Cover (32 of 50 issued), commemorating England's triumph at Sabina Park in 1990. Signed to the front by Peter Such, Micky Stewart and Graham Gooch. Very good condition.
First Day Cover (22 of 28 issued), commemorating the moment that David Gower passed Boycott's record of 8114 Test runs for England. Signed very nicely to the front by both players. Very good condition.
First Day Cover for the 2nd Ashes Test match of 1989 at Lord's. 26 of 52 issued. Signed nicely by all 13 England players involved, including Lamb, Broad, Smith, Gower, Gooch and Gatting. Fine condition.
Half page from the Yorkshire Post, dated July 2nd, 1921. Contains a large article about the Headingley Test match that started that day, including team selection. Also includes pen portraits of all the
An edition of the Daily Mirror Newspaper for June 26th 1934. The whole of the front page, and much more besides, is taken up with England's victory over Australia at Lord's, where Hedley Verity took 15
Ticket for the final Ashes Test match of the 1953 tour, won by England to take the series 1-0 and so recover the Ashes for the first time since losing them in 1934. The ticket was for the fifth day (August
First Day Cover (17 of 25 issued), commemorating the opening game of the Australian 1989 Ashes tour at Arundel. Very good condition.
First Day Cover (30 of 100 issued), commemorating the visit of the Duke and Duchesss of York to Old Trafford to watch the 4th Ashes Test Match. Signed nicely to the front by Allan Border, David Gower
Pair of complimentary tickets for the England v New Zealand Test at the Oval in 1937. One with corner torn off, otherwise good.
Original ground admission ticket and seat reservation for the first day (June 10th 1954) of the Lord's Test match between England and Pakistan. This was the first ever day of Test cricket between the two
Pair of complimentary ground passes issued to C.E.M. Wilson for entry into the ground and pavilion for the 1929 Old Trafford and Headingley Test matches. Wilson represented Yorkshire from 1896-1899 and
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