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Original aerial photograph of the Melbourne Cricket Ground, with a match in progress. Probably taken in the mid 1950s. 25 x 30cm. Some light creases to corners. Good condition. Our image is slightly cropped
Original black and white cricket photograph of SF Barnes and A Fielder stealing a run in their match-winning last wicket partnership of 39 during the Second Test at Melbourne, Jan 1-7, 1908.
Stereocard, published by Underwood & Underwood. Titled "Great international cricket match on the grounds at Melbourne", it shows Jack Hobbs (in his first Test match) and George Gunn running between
Original photograph of the scoreboard at the end of day 2 of the Melbourne Test match of 1936-37 - Australia ended the day on 593 for 9, with centuries for Bradman, McCabe and Badcock. They added a few
Original Press cricket photograph of a floodlit Kingsmead during the game between Natal and the rebel Australian touring team, under Kim Hughes. 18 x 25cm. Very good.
Original Press photograph of C.J. Barnett batting during his innings of 126 in the first Test of the 1938 Ashes series. Ben Barnett, the Aussie keeper on debut, watches on. 25 x 20cm. Press caption to
An original se;pia photograph of a game of cricket being played in front of alarge country house. A handwritten caption to the reverse identifies the house as Pangbourne Rectory and the date as late
Original Press photograph of a cricket match being re-enacted in top hats and traditional clothing. The Press caption has been removed but this probably dates from the mid 1920s (based on other photographs
A group of 13 small Press cricket photographs from the England tour of Australia. Each captioned neatly in white ink before printing. Comprises team photographs of England and Australia
Original photograph of the match bewtween the Viceroy's XI and the touring MCC team, played in New Delhi on November 21-23, 1933. Jardine captained the team and here he is seen batting on day two alongside
Original Press cricket photograph of Norman O'Neill being bowled by Ted Dexter. 15 x 21cm. Press caption stuck to reverse. Slight warping, but otherwise very good.
Original Press cricket photograph of Wally Grout, the Australian wicket-keeper, attempting to stump England's David Allen. The bowler is Bobby Simpson and the non-striking batsman Ken Barrington. 21
Original Press photograph (actually two taped together) from the 1934 Old Trafford Test match against Australia - showing Maurice Leyland cutting Wall through the slips during his innings of 153. Les Ames
Original Press photograph of Grimmett bowling to Herbert Sutcliffe (out of shot) during England's first innings. Wally Hammond was at the non-striker's end. 20 x 15cm. Press caption to reverse. Good condition.
Black and white Press cricket photo of Don Tallon being caught spectacularly by JF Crapp, during the Oval Test Match. Godfrey Evans looks on. Central Press Photos Ltd, London. 15 x 10.5cm. Press
Original Press cricket photograph. Godfrey Evans catches Johnson during the 3rd Test at Old Trafford in 1948. The match ended in a draw. 10.4 x 15cm. Original Press copyright stamp and paper slip
Black and white Press photo of Keith Miller's spectacular catch to remove Hardstaff during the Test Match at Trent Bridge. Sport & General, London. 15 x 10.5cm. Press caption stuck to reverse.
Original Press cricket photograph. Archer leaps in the air to celebrate the wicket of Edrich, caught at 1st slip by Hole off the bowling of Hill. The third Test, played at Old Trafford, Manchester on the
Original Press cricket photograph from the second Test match at Lord's. Morris gets the ball past Trevor Bailey in the slips off the bowling of Freddie Brown. 10 x 15cm. Original Press copyright
Original Press photograph of Compton being caught by Gil Langley behind the stumps off Lindwall during the fifth (and decisive) Test match of the 1953 Ashes series. 25 x 20cm. Press caption to reverse.
Original Press cricket photograph. May is caught by Australian wicketkeeper Grout off Davidson for 17 in the first innings of the 2nd Test played at Lord's, 22-26 June 1961. Australia won by 5 wickets. 10
Original Press Cricket photograph. Action from the 2nd Test at Lord's. O'Neill is bowled for a duck by Statham (stump uprooted), but despite being reduced to 19 fo 4 the Australians went on to score the
Original Press photograph showing Ian Redpath being bowled by Trueman at the Oval, dated August 15th, 1964. This was Trueman's 298th Test wicket and when he took the wicket of Graham McKenzie with his
Original Press photograph showing John Gleeson nearly running out Ted Dexter in the 5th Test at the Oval, dated August 22nd, 1968. Dexter was given not out although from the angle of this photograph it
Original black and photograph, taken on the first day of the 1924 Edgbaston Test match between England and South Africa. It is a classic image of Frank Woolley pulling the ball to leg, with Patsy
Original Press cricket photograph of Graveney batting during the 3rd Test played at at Trent Bridge, Nottingham 30 June to 5th July 1966. West Indies won by 139 runs. Jackie Hendriks looks on from
Original Press cricket photograph from the match between Essex and Kent at Ilford, May 19th 1949. In the second innings Godfrey Evans catches Sonny Avery off the bowling of Crush. 10 x 15cm. Original
Original sepia photograph of the game in progress at Agar's Plough, Eton. Despite the presence of Douglas Jardine at the top of the order for Winchester, Eton were comfortable winners by 95 runs. Overall
Original Press photograph showing the two England batsmen going out to bat at Bramall Lane, Sheffield, against the Australian Services team in late June 1945. 16 x 21cm. Press stamp and date to reverse,
Original photograph of Jack Hobbs batting for Surrey against Worcestershire during the opening day of the 1932 County Championship season. Fred Root, in his last season of first-class cricket, was still
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