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Official cricket scorecard for the 4th Test match of the 1948 Ashes series. Australia won by 7 wickets after Bradman and Morris led a remarkable run chase in the final innings. This proved to be Bradman's
Lord's, September 13-15, 1886. Printed on silk. This friendly match was the 36th game played by the touring Australians, and was made over for the benefit of JA Murdoch. The result was a draw, with WG
Official scorecard for the match played at St. John's Ground, Huddersfield, on July 2 - 5, 1884. The Australians, including Murdoch, Bannerman, Bonnor and Spofforth, were fortunate to escape with a draw
Official scorecard for the match played at the Oval on August 13-15, 1888. England won by an innings and 137 runs with five wicket hauls for Briggs and Barnes and significant batting contributions from
Oval, August 14-16, 1899. Match drawn. England scored an amazing 435 for 4 on the first day, including centuries for Jackson and Hayward, from which point on they were always pushing for victory. Dogged
Lord's, June 26th, 1926. Part completed in ink. Closed tear to left edge. Good condition.
Printed on silk. Oval, Aug 16 - 22, 1930. Australia won this final deciding Test by an innings and 39 runs to regain the Ashes. Bradman's 232 took his aggregate for the series to 974, still a record. It
Official cricket scorecard. Lord's, July 14-16 1945. Australia won by 4 wickets after an unbeaten 71 by Keith Miller saw them home. Hutton scored a century in the first innings. Part-printed
Official cricket scorecard. Lord's, August 6-8 1945. Match drawn after centuries for Keith Miller and Washbrook. Part-completed in pencil. Good condition.
Old Trafford, 3rd Test, July 8-13, 1948. Drawn. Compton scored 145 not out and England outplayed Australia for the only time in the series. 20.5 x 13cm. Mostly printed, with some final details in
Trent Bridge, June 11 - 16, 1953. Drawn. In this rain-ruined Test match Bedser took 7 wickets in each innings and Hassett scored a century. England went on to regain the Ashes at the Oval after Australia
Trent Bridge, June 11 - 16, 1953. Match drawn. In this rain-ruined Test match Bedser took 7 wickets in each innings and Hassett scored a century. Bedser also passed S.F. Barnes' record of 190 Test wickets
Official scorecard for the match played at Trent Bridge on June 11-16, 1953. The match was drawn after Alec Bedser had put England in a strong position, taking 7 wickets in each innings. During the match
Old Trafford, 4th Test, July 26-31, 1956. Jim Laker's Test match. With 19-90, the best ever figures in first-class cricket, Laker spun Australia to defeat and enabled England to retain the Ashes. It might
Edgbaston. June 8-13, 1961. Match drawn. 25 x 20cm. Part printed with one score completed in ink. Good.
Oval. August 17-22, 1961. Match drawn, meaning Australia won the series 2-1. 26 x 15cm. Not filled in. Small tear to left edge. Good.
Lord's. June 18-23, 1964. Match drawn. 24 x 12.5cm. Not filled in. Very good.
Old Trafford, 4th Test, July 23 - 28, 1964. Drawn. The feartherbed wicket that gave high-scoring draws a bad name. Simpson scored 311, adding 201 with Lawry in Australia's massive total. England almost
Lord's. June 16 - 21, 1977. 24 x 12.5cm. Not completed. A couple of light creases. Good.
Lord's. August 28 - September 2, 1980. Centenary Test match. 24 x 12.5cm. Scores not printed. Very good.
Old Trafford. August 13-17, 1981. Largely remembered for Botham's 118 in the second innings, although there were also centuries in the match for Yallop and Border and 9 wickets for Alderman. 32 x 20.5cm.
Edgbaston. August 15-20, 1985. England won by an innings and 118 runs. 30 x 21cm. Fully printed. Very good.
Lord's. June 27 - July 2, 1985. Australia won by 4 wickets thanks to Border's 237 runs in the match. 24 x 12.5cm. Fully printed. Very good.
Old Trafford. August 1-6, 1985. 30 x 21cm. Fully printed. Very good.
Oval. August 29 - September 3, 1985. England won by an innings and 94 runs. 30 x 21cm. Fully printed. Very good.
Trent Bridge. July 11-16, 1985.. 30 x 21cm. Fully printed. Very good.
Edgbaston. July 6-11, 1989. 24 x 12.5cm. Fully printed. Very good.
Trent Bridge. August 10-15, 1989. 24 x 12.5cm. Fully printed. Very good.
Edgbaston. August 5-9, 1993. 30 x 21cm. Fully printed. Very good.
Headingley. July 22-26, 1993. 30 x 21cm. Fully printed. Very good.
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