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Lot 359:
Lot 359
'Surrey v Cambridgeshire 1861'. Original, scarce and very early presentation silk scorecard for the match played at the Kennington Oval on the 27th to 29th June 1861. Cambridgeshire beat Surrey by two wickets. Fully printed match details. Excellent printed vignette 'F. Lillywhite's Cricket Score' with scoring tent and players to sides to top border. The scorecard was presented to Henry Perkins the Captain of Cambridgeshire who was at the wicket when the winning runs were scored, by Frederick Lillywhite, presumably following the match, and there is an ink inscription to the lower half of the scorecard which reads 'Presented by Fred Lillywhite to H. Perkins Esq'. Some wear and small loss to side borders of the scorecard plus minor holes to the main body of the card otherwise in good condition. Attractively framed and glazed. 7.25"x9.25" overall. A signed presentation scorecard from Fred Lillywhite rarely seen
Estimate: £500/800
Hammer price: £1900
In a closely fought and unprecedented high scoring match, Cambridgeshire beat Surrey by two wickets. Surrey batted first and made 228 all out with Caesar top scoring with 50, Bell and Hayward taking seven of the Surrey wickets. In reply Cambridgeshire scored 329 with Robert Carpenter making 100 and Thomas Hayward 108, Sewell and Mortlock taking six wickets between them. In Surrey's second innings they made 259 with Caesar scoring 111, Bell and Hayward taking a further eight wickets between them. Cambridgeshire struggled to make the total required, but eventually with two wickets in hand they won the match with Hayward making 46, Sewell taking five wickets. Other players playing in this early match were Caffyn, Lockyer, Diver, Tarrant etc.

Henry Perkins was an English lawyer, cricketer and cricket administrator. He played first-class cricket for Cambridge University, Cambridge Town Club (Cambridgeshire), Marylebone Cricket Club and various amateur sides between 1854 and 1868, and he was the secretary of the MCC from 1876 to 1898.

Frederick Lillywhite , a member of the famous Sussex cricketing family, but made his name as a sports outfitter, publisher and cricketing entrepreneur. By the time he was 20 he had produced the first edition of The Guide To Cricketers which ran through to his death in 1866, a book which was loosely the forerunner of the more famous Wisden Cricketers' Almanack. In 1859 he accompanied George Parr's professional side on the groundbreaking tour to North America, fulfilling the role of scorer. He also took a tent and a mobile scoring wagon, and subsequently published the definite account of the trip. In 1862 he published Scores and Biographies, the first major work on the game in almost a century. , as well as scorecards of matches. He died in 1866 at the age of 37
Lot 360:
Lot 360
'Surrey v Nottinghamshire 1868'. Original and very scarce silk scorecard for the match played at the Kennington Oval on 13th to 15th July 1868. Surrey beat Nottinghamshire by 74 runs. Fully printed match details. Minor creasing and wear to edges otherwise in very good condition. A rare and extremely early commemorative silk scorecard
Estimate: £300/500
Hammer price: £300
Surrey, in low scoring match, batted first and made 114 all out, Pooley top scoring with 32, J.C. Shaw and Wootton taking four wickets a piece. In reply Nottinghamshire were bowled out for only 58 with Summers top scoring with 24, Southerton and Griffith taking five wickets each. In their second innings Surrey made 184 with Humphrey making a century (103). Alfred Shaw and McIntyre taking three wickets each. Nottinghamshire were then bowled out for 166, Surrey winning the match by 74 runs, Summers and Richard Daft making 57 runs each, Street taking four wickets in the inning. James Lillywhite and William Luck were the umpires. Other players playing in this early match were H.H. Stephenson, Jupp, Mortlock, Calvert, Oscroft, Truswell etc
Lot 361:
Lot 361
Australian Tour of England 1886. 'Surrey v Fifth Australian Team 1886'. Original and scarce silk scorecard for the match played at the Kennington Oval on 29th to 31st July 1886. Surrey beat the Australians by an Innings. Fully printed match details. The scorecard printed by Wright & Co of St Andrew's Hill, Doctor's Common, EC. Minor wear to edges otherwise in very good condition. A rare and early commemorative silk scorecard from this early tour
Estimate: £250/350
Hammer price: unsold
Surrey beat the Australians by an innings and 209 runs. For Surrey, J.M. Read made 186 and Abel 144 in a total of 501 all out. Giffen taking 6-106 for the Australians. In response, the Australians made 185 and 107 all out. T. Bowley took 7-64 in their first and Lohmann took 6-58 in their second innings. Giffen top scored in both Australian innings making 59 and 39, Jones made 25
Lot 362:
Lot 362
'A First Class Match completed in a Day!'. ' Lancashire v Surrey 1888'. Original and scarce silk scorecard for the match played at Old Trafford on the 2nd August 1888, the match was scheduled for three days but thirty wickets fell in one day in this extraordinary game. Fully printed match details. The scorecard printed by Wright & Co of 41 St Andrew's Hill, Doctor's Common, EC. Minor wear to edges and slight soiling to borders otherwise in very good condition. A rare and early commemorative silk scorecard
Estimate: £180/250
Hammer price: unsold
Surrey won the match by an innings and 25 runs. Lancashire batted first and made only 35 all out (46.1 overs), Surrey then made 123 all out and bowled Lancashire out again for 63 all out (41 overs). George Lohmann took thirteen wickets in the match, 8-13 in the first and 5-38 in the second, Beaumont taking 5-19 in the Lancashire second innings. All but one wicket in the second innings was bowled. W.W. Read top scored with 49, Key 25 and Sugg made 20. Lohmann took four wickets in five balls for Surrey in the second innings
Lot 363:
Lot 363
'The Largest Innings Recorded in an Inter-County Match'. 'Surrey v Sussex 1888'. Original and scarce silk scorecard for the match played at the Kennington Oval on the 9th to 11th August 1888. Fully printed match details. The scorecard printed by Wright & Co of 41 St Andrew's Hill, Doctor's Common, EC. Minor wear and fraying to edges and slight soiling to borders otherwise in very good condition. A rare and early commemorative silk scorecard
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: unsold
Surrey won the match by an innings and 485 runs. Surrey batted first and made 698 all out, with Bowden top scoring with 189, W.W. Read with 171, Shuter 95, Key 84, Abel 59. Sussex bowled all eleven players during the Surrey innings. Sussex then batted and made 114 and 99 all out. Lohmann taking eleven wickets in the match, Smith making 37 and 29 for Sussex Surrey won the 'un-official' Championship in 1888
Lot 364:
Lot 364
'George Burton. 10 wickets in the match'. Surrey v Middlesex 1888. Original and scarce silk scorecard for the match played at the Kennington Oval on the 19th-21st July 1888. George Burton (Middlesex 1881-1893) in the Surrey first innings took all ten Surrey wickets for fifty nine runs from 52.3 overs with 25 maiden overs. Fully printed match details. Odd very minor faults otherwise in good/very good condition. A rare and early commemorative silk scorecard
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: unsold
In a closely fought low scoring match, Surrey won the match by three wickets. Middlesex batting first made 161 all out with Scott making the highest score of 60, Lohmann and Beaumont taking seven wickets between them. In reply Middlesex made 163 all with Burton taking all ten wickets for fifty nine runs, Kingston Key making 51. In Middlesex's second innings they were bowled out for 53 with Lohmann taking 7-32. Surrey won the match with seven wickets down achieving their total of 52 with only two batsman making double figures, Burton taking a further three wickets, thirteen in the match
Lot 365:
Lot 365
M.C.C. & Ground v Australians 1878. Early printed scorecard for the match played at Lord's on the 27th and 28th of May 1878. Australia beat M.C.C. by nine wickets in a very low scoring game. M.C.C. batted first and made 33 all out with Hornby top scoring with 19, the highest individual score of the game, Australia then made 41 all out with Midwinter top scoring with 10, M.C.C. in their second innings made only 19 all out and Australia requiring 12 runs to win, scored the runs with the loss of one wicket. Spofforth took 6-4 and 5-16 and Boyle took 3-14 and 5-3 in each of the M.C.C. innings, Alfred Shaw took 5-10 and 1-4 in each of the Australian innings. Mainly printed detail with minor pencil annotation. Some browning to scorecard extremities, small loss to top corner and old adhesive strip to verso otherwise in good condition. A very rare scorecard from the inaugural Australian tour of England
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £240
This was the lowest recorded score by M.C.C. against Australia
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Lot 366
Yorkshire v Australians 1878. Early printed scorecard for the tour match played at Bramall Lane on 1st & 2nd July 1878. Yorkshire beat Australia by nine wickets in a low scoring game. Australia batted first and made 88 all out, Yorkshire replied with 167 all out, in their second innings, Australia again struggled and made 104, Yorkshire scored the required total for victory for the loss of Ulyett. Armitage (45) and Greenwood (31) top scored for Yorkshire and Bannerman (33) and Allan (33) top scored for Australia. Ulyett took eight and Bates seven wickets for Yorkshire in the match. Fully printed detail. Horizontal crease and some age toning otherwise in good condition. A very rare scorecard from this tour match
Estimate: £120/180
Hammer price: £220
Australia lost seven matches from forty five matches on the tour
Lot 367:
Lot 367
Players of England v Australians 1880. Official printed scorecard for the match played at Crystal Palace 27th-29th September 1880. Decorative border around printed details. Horizontal fold and small tear to edge, very minor adhesive marks to verso, minor age toning to top border otherwise in generally good/very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £180
Australia won by two wickets. For Australia the only two bowlers used in both innings were Palmer who took eleven wickets and Boyle who took seven in the match. For England Barnes top scored in the match with 39 runs
Lot 368:
Lot 368
M.C.C. and Ground v Australians 1884. Rare early scorecard for the match played at Lord's on the 22nd & 23rd May 1884. Only part printed detail. Some browning and age toning, centre fold to card, minor loss to one corner otherwise in generally good condition. Adhesive marks to reverse
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: unsold
M.C.C. beat the Australians by an innings and 115 runs. W.G. Grace made 101, Barnes 105 and Steel 134 for M.C.C., Spofforth taking 4-98, for Australia McDonnell made 64, Murdoch 58no with Grace taking 4-61 and Studd 6-96
Lot 369:
Lot 369
Gentlemen of England v Australians 1886. Early official scorecard for the match played at Surrey County Cricket Club, The Kennington Oval on 17th June 'and following days' 1886 with advertising to reverse. Scorecard printed at The Oval by Wright & Co (Cricket Press), London. Advertisement for 'Cricket Weekly Record'. Printed details to the 'Gentlemens' innings and handwritten annotation to Australian innings, horizontal fold, otherwise G/VG. Rare
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £190
The high scoring match was drawn with W.G. Grace top scoring for England with 148, and S.P. Jones for Australia scoring 151. Other notable performances included for England Kemp (83), Roller (63) and Hawke (56), and for Australia Jarvis (71) and Garrett who took 6-131
Lot 370:
Lot 370
Gentlemen of England v Australians 1888. Rare early scorecard for the match played at Lord's on the 28th and 29th May 1888. Printed and handwritten scores. Some age toning to card otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £160
The match was drawn. For M.C.C., W.G. Grace made 165, W.W. Read 109, Shuter 71, Patterson 45 and C.A. Smith took four and Grace three wickets in the match. For Australia, Bonnor made 119, Jones 61 & 51no, McDonnell 41 and Turner took six and Ferris took four wickets in the match etc.
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Lot 371
Lord Londesborough's XI v Australians 1888. Rare early scorecard for the tour match played at the Scarborough Cricket Ground on the 6th-8th September 1888. Incomplete part printed scores and handwritten annotation. Some age toning to card, horizontal crease, some rounding to corners, adhesive marks to verso with loss to print otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £60
Lord Londesborough's XI won the match by 155 runs. Australia were bowled out for 96 and 57 in their two innings, Johnny Briggs taking thirteen wickets in the match, Charles Turner taking twelve wickets for Australia
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Lot 372
Australia v England 1928. Official scorecard for the 2nd Test match played at Sydney on the 14th-20th December 1928. Fully printed details. England won the Test by eight wickets, Wally Hammond making 251 out of a first innings total of 636 and Geary taking seven wickets in the match. Bradman was 12th man and took a catch. Good condition. Sold with an official scorecard for the Queensland v M.C.C. tour match of 27th-30th November 1920. M.C.C. won the match by an innings and 41 runs, Wilfred Rhodes made 162 out of a first innings score of 419, Parkin took seven wickets in the match. Handwritten scores. Odd faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £85
Lot 373:
Lot 373
Scotland v Australia 1921 & 1926. Official opening day scorecard for the tour match played at The Grange Cricket Club, Raeburn Place, Edinburgh on the 14th/15th July 1921, the scores blank. The match was drawn, Collins and Andrews making centuries for Australia, opening batsman, Kerr made 147 for Scotland. Some wear, minor foxing and creasing to card otherwise in good condition. Plus an official opening day scorecard for the North of Scotland League XI v Australians played at Grant Park, Forres on the 18th September 1926, the scores blank. The scorecard signed in pencil to face by Australian player, Arthur Mailey. Australia won by eight wickets, Ryder making 92. Horizontal fold, minor age toning otherwise in good condition. This was the last touring match of the 1926 tour. Qty 2. Rarer tour scorecards
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £75
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Lot 374
Gloucestershire v Australia 1930 'Match Tied'. Official fully completed printed scorecard for the tour match played at Fry's Ground, Bristol on the 23rd-26th August 1930. The match was tied. Minor age toning otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £90
In the match, Gloucestershire batted first and made 72 with Hornibrook taking four wickets, in reply Australia totalled 157 with Ponsford making 51, Goddard taking 5-52 from 26 over. In their second innings, Gloucestershire made 202, Hammond top scoring with 89, Hornibrook taking five wickets. This set Australia 118 to win, in a close match they were bowled out for 117 with Parker taking 7-54 from 35 overs
Lot 375:
Lot 375
'John Edrich 226 not out'. Official scorecard for the Surrey v Middlesex Championship match played at the Oval on the 8th-10th July 1967. Nicely signed by Surrey opening batsman John Edrich who scored 226 not out and shared in a third wicket partnership of 297 with Ken Barrington. Fully completed match score. Handwritten and printed annotation. VG
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: unsold
This was John Edrich's highest first class score at the time
Lot 376:
Lot 376
M.C.C. tour of Australia 1924-25. England v New South Wales 'Official scorecard for the tour match played at the Sydney Cricket Ground on the 21st-25th November 1924. Fully completed printed scores. Small loss to lower left hand corner of the scorecard, minor wear to the other scorecard corners, minor staining and age toning otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £40
M.C.C. won the match by three wickets with Tate taking ten wickets and Tyldesley taking nine wickets in the match, Bardsley made 160 in Australia's first innings and Mailey took seven wickets in the match
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Lot 377
Australia v England 1924/25. Scarce official scorecard for the second Test match played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, 1st-8th January 1925. Odd minor faults otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £60/80
Hammer price: £80
Australia won the 'Timeless Test' by 81 runs. For England Sutcliffe made 176 & 127, Hobbs 154, Tate with 9 wickets in the match. Hobbs & Sutcliffe put on 283 for the 1st wicket in their first innings. For Australia Richardson made 138, Ponsford 128, Taylor 108, with Gregory and Mailey taking 7 wickets each in the match
Lot 378:
Lot 378
Sussex C.C.C. 1989. Official scorecard for the last County Championship match to be played at Hastings, Sussex v Middlesex, 19th-22nd August 1989. Complete printed scores. Signed in ink by twenty players. Signatures include Speight, Smith, Pigott, Gould, Smith, Dodemaide etc of Sussex, Gatting, Tufnell, Fraser, Brown, Emburey, Hughes etc of Middlesex. Limited edition of thirty copies, this being number 22. Framed and glazed overall 14.5"x10". Fading to some signatures otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £28
Middlesex beat Sussex by nine wickets. Mike Gatting was top scorer in the match scoring 121 in Middlesex's first innings
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Lot 379
Jack Hobbs 'Record'. Somerset v Surrey 1925. Official and complete scorecard from the match played on the 15th-18th August 1925, where Hobbs made his 126th and 127th centuries equalling and breaking W.G. Grace's record of number of centuries scored. Hobbs made 101 in the first and 101no in the second. Surrey won the match by ten wickets. Mounted, framed and glazed overall 8.5"x12". Good condition. Sold with 'England's Champion Batsman. J.B. Hobbs. Surrey & England XI' 1922. Large linen handkerchief with printed headings and five images of Hobbs in various batting poses plus total runs and average in first class cricket up to 1922. Listed to outer border are details of centuries scored by Hobbs. 17"x17", mounted, framed and glazed in contemporary frame, overall 21"x23". Light creasing, otherwise in very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £115
Lot 380:
Lot 380
Kilkenny Castle Cricket Club. Original scorebook covering matches played 1901-1913. Original black quarter leather minute book comprising handwritten minutes of meetings and accounts for Kilkenny County Cricket Club, 1906-1914. G
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £240
Lot 381:
Lot 381
M.C.C. Tour of West Indies 1968. Official first day cover for the tour with colour flags of three of the West Indian islands, printed action picture and set of three Jamaica stamps commemorating the tour. Officially date stamped in Jamaica 8th February 1968' and '1st Test Match drawn'.. The cover is signed by sixteen of the M.C.C. team including Cowdrey, Snow, Jones, Graveney, Barrington, Pocock, Knott, Milburn, D'Oliveira, Edrich, Boycott, Parks, Higgs etc. Rare in this signed form. G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £48
Lot 382:
Lot 382
Kent C.C.C. 1985. Mono commemorative card of the 1985 Kent team seated and standing in rows wearing cricket attire. Signed in ink to the borders by twenty four members of the players. Signatures include Cowdrey (Captain), Dilley, Underwood, Knott, Ellison, Luckhurst, Johnson, Taylor, Benson, Jarvis etc. Four commemorative stamps to verso postmarked 'Cricket on Goodwin Sands, Deal, Kent, 1st July 1985'. Slight smudge to the signature of Knott, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: £50
Lot 383:
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Stamps. Two sheets of six 'World Champions' stamps issued in Tuva featuring Brian Lara, Nick Faldo, Andre Agassi, Mike Tyson, Steffi Graf and Anatoly Karpov. One sheet unperforated. Four '1977 Cricket Test', Melbourne labels. 'Australia 56 Olympics Melbourne' label. Four India stamps postmarked 'Ruby International, Calcutta'. Hull Railway Clerks Cricket Club 1873-1973 label. Two perforated labels of Hammond and Sutcliffe. Set of eight Afghanistan Cinderella labels for the 1999 World Cup etc. Also ten I.C.C. Trophy 1979 commemorative covers for the ten participating nations, the Argentina cover signed by eleven players. Centenerary Test, Lord's 1980 official T.C.C.B. cover signed by Mike Gatting etc. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £10
Lot 384:
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Don Bradman. Red folder comprising over thirty commemorative covers, philatelic sheets etc. Includes two 'Australian Legends' Medallic first day covers dated January 1997 with commemorative $5 Bradman coin, one signed by Bradman. '75th Birth Anniversary' commemorative cover dated 18th November 1983, signed by Bradman. Various other 'Australian Legends' covers and sheets. 'Sir Don Bradman The Australian Legend' limited edition cover no. 17/214 issued by the ECB for the Lord's Test 1997, signed by Bradman and Colin Cowdrey. '1788-1988 England Australia Bicentennial Souvenir' limited edition card no. 123/150 signed by Bradman and Len Hutton etc. G/VG
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £85
Lot 385:
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International cricket first day covers 1984-2012. Two blue folders comprising commemorative covers. Series include 'Leaders of the World', David Bairstow and Geoff Boycott, 1984, both signed. A Benham Silk 'Allan Border becomes the World's Greatest Ever Test Batsman', 1993. Set of five official covers issued in South Africa for each of the five Test matches on England's first tour of South Africa for 30 years in 1995/96. Pakistan World Cup winners 1996 signed by Imran Khan. Other countries of issue include India, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Tuvalu, New Zealand etc. Other sports covered include Commonwealth Games 1995, 1998 etc. Approx 200 covers in total. G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £55
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County cricket first day covers 1973-2009. Two blue folders comprising over 120 commemorative covers with good Yorkshire interest, a good number signed. Includes six '100 Years of English County Cricket' covers issued in 1973 for Middlesex, Royal Engineers, M.C.C. and Yorkshire (3 copies). The M.C.C. cover with six signatures including Close, Denness, Trueman, A. Bedser etc. The Yorkshire covers with twelve signatures including Yardley, Close, Illingworth, Boycott, Trueman, Hutton, Bowes, Appleyard etc. Other covers signed include Old, R. Smith, Cowdrey, Brearley. Sachin Tendulkar, 'Yorkshire's First Overseas Player', 1992, limited edition no. 41/150 signed by Tendulkar and Martyn Moxon. Four Benham Silk '120 Years of County Cricket' covers 1993, two signed by Boycott, two by Bradman and one by Trueman. Other series include an official 'County Cricket 1873-1973 Official Medallic First Day Cover', Benson and Hedges Cup finals 1988-2002, NatWest Trophy 1981, 1988-2000 etc. G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £140
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Australia cricket first day covers 1988-2011. Two blue folders comprising over 200 commemorative covers. Covers include 'Australia Bicentenary 1788-1988' signed by Don Bradman. 'Centenary of Test Cricket. Australia England 1877-1977', nine signatures including Statham, Woolmer, Trueman, Tavare, Lever etc. 'Cricketing links with Australia', five signatures including Close, Brearley, A. Bedser, E. Bedser etc. 'M.C.C. 200th Anniversary' signed by Bradman. 'Allan Border becomes the World's Greatest Test Batsman' Benham Silk 1993, signed by Border etc G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £70
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West Indies cricket first day covers 1966-2011. Two blue folders comprising approx 140 commemorative covers. Covers include 'Brian Lara World Record Score 375 1994' signed by Lara. 'Leaders of the World' 1984 signed by Len Hutton. 'Barbados Independence 1966' signed by Garry Sobers. Test series include v South Africa, Barbados 1992, v England 1994, v Australia 1995. Also eight 'Wisden Cricketers of the Century', Grenada 2000 etc. G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £65
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England cricket first day covers 1980-2009. Three blue folders comprising approx 250 commemorative covers. Signed covers include 'A Century of Tests 1880-1980' signed by Micky Stewart, Alec Bedser and John Edrich. 'Centenary of the Ashes' 1982 Benham Silk signed by Brian Close. Other series include thirteen covers for I.C.C. World Cup 1999, each limited edition no. 218/300. Test series include v India 1996, each limited edition no. 51/400. Also v New Zealand and India 1990, v West Indies 1991, v Pakistan 1992, v Australia 1993 and 1997, v New Zealand 1994 and 1999, v South Africa 1999/2000, v West Indies 1995 etc. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £65
Lot 390:
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International cricket stamps 1990s-2010s. Three brown albums comprising stamps issued by Test playing and other nations. Issues include a full set of six 'Wisden Cricketers of the Century' sheets issued in Grenada. 'World Cup Final 1992'. A booklet of 'Cricket in Australia. The Story in Stamps', 'I.C.C. Cricket World Cup, West Indies 2007' etc. G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £60
Lot 391:
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'County Cricket 1873-1973' commemorative covers. Black album comprising twenty official TCCB first day covers issued to celebrate the centenary of County Cricket, and a rarer British Post Office cover, posted from and franked 'British Forces Postal Service', Munich 16th May 1973. Sold with an official 'Bicentenary Presentation Album' issued by the M.C.C. for the Bicentenary Match v Rest of the World, Lord's 20th-25th August 1987. Limited edition no. 22/150. Also a '1999 ICC Cricket World Cup' official album published by Stamp Publicity, limited edition no. 1/100. Qty 3. G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £50
Lot 392:
Lot 392
England v Australia Centenary Test Match 1980. A green presentation folder with embossed '1880 1980' emblem of a kangaroo and lion on the front cover. Limited edition 834/1400. Folder comprises official TCCB First Day Covers, printed photographs of the two teams etc. Sold with a blue presentation folder with M.C.C. logo on the front, issued to commemorated the 100th Test match at Lord's, England v West Indies, 29th-3rd July 2000. Limited edition no. 5/250, signed to the limitation page by Nasser Hussain, Alec Stewart and Jimmy Adams. Also a green presentation folder issued by Stamp Publicity to commemorated the 150th anniversary of the birth of W.G. Grace in 1998. Limited edition no. 62/150, signed by Dominic Grace, Great-great-grandson of W.G. Qty 3. G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 393:
Lot 393
Middlesex C.C.C. 1996-1999. Two green folders comprising official scorecards for Test, international, county, M.C.C., tour and representative matches, the majority played at Lord's. Some scorecards signed. Notable matches include Middlesex v Somerset, 1998 (Langer 233no, Nash 114, Johnson 9-134), Middlesex v Warwickshire 1998 (Lara 226, Munton 7-66) etc. Signatures include Phil Tufnell, Keith Brown, Mike Gatting, Richard Johnson, Keith Dutch, Owais Shah, Justin Langer, David Nash, Tim Bloomfield, David Goodchild, Brian Lara etc. Over 160 scorecards in total, some with accompanying match tickets. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £60
Lot 394:
Lot 394
'Laker's Test 1956 19 Wickets 50th Anniversary'. A print of a handwritten scorecard for England v Australia, Old Trafford, 26th-31st July 1956 in which Jim Laker had match bowling figures of 19-90 including taking all ten wickets in Australia's second innings, England winnings by an innings and 170 runs. Limited edition no. 84/200. Mounted, overall 13.5"x17". VG
Estimate: £18/25
Hammer price: £25
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Lot 395
Muttiah Muralitharan. First day cover issed 3rd December 2007 to commemorate Muralitharan becoming the record wicket taker in Test cricket, with a sheet of stamps in presentation folder. The folder and commemorative cover both signed by Muralitharan. Sold with an official match ticket for the first day's play in the first Test, Kandy, 3rd December 2007, signed by Muralitharan. Also a copy of the 'Island' newspaper 4th December 2007 with reports on Muralitharan's record achievment. G/VG
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £25
Lot 396:
Lot 396
M.C.C. tour to India 1951/52. Original advertising folding scorecard produced by Rhodes Navy Cut Cigarettes with colour image of cricket stumps and printed signatures of the M.C.C. touring party to front, and colour advertisment to rear. Small tears to fold, tape repair to lower edge, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: £20
Lot 397:
Lot 397
Surrey C.C.C. Official benefit brochure for Roger Knight 1984 signed by Knight to the front cover and internally by thirteen Surrey players including Knight, Alan Butcher, Robin Jackman, Micky Stewart, Alec Stewart, Graham Roope, Geoff Howarth, Sylvester Clarke, Graham Clinton etc. Sold with a benefit brochure for Sylvester Clarke 1987, signed to the autograph page by Clarke. Qty 2. G/VG
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: £50
Lot 398:
Lot 398
Pakistan tour of England 1962. Official souvenir brochure published in Pakistan. Signed to the front cover by Hanif and Mustaq Mohammad, and also to internal page by Hanif Mohammad. Good/ very good condition. Sold with an official tour brochure for the Pakistan tour to India 1979/80, bound in grey cloth. G. Qty 2
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £40
Lot 399:
Lot 399
'Meet the Test Stars'. Brochure published by Charles Buchan's Publications, London, for the 1953 Coronation Test series. The front cover depicts the Duke of Edinburgh in bowling action. Nineteen signatures to internal pages including Alec Bedser (5 signatures), Godfrey Evans (5), Roy Tattersall (2), Trevor Bailey, Brian Close, Reg Simpson, Eill Edrich, David Sheppard, Frank Lowson and Eric Bedser. Minor wear to spine, rusting to staples, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: £15
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Lot 400
Signed benefit brochures. Three brochures, for Bob Stephenson, Hampshire, 1979. Nine signatures including Pocock, Tremlett, Nicholas, Cowley, Parks etc. John Lever, Essex, 1980, thirteen signatures including Lever (signed twice), Gooch, Denness, Pont, Hardie, McEwan, Fletcher, East etc. Kevin Sharp, Yorkshire, 1991, ten signatures including Metcalfe, Carrick, Batty, Sharp, Moxon, Grayson etc. Qty 3. G
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £25
Lot 401:
Lot 401
Australia tour to England 1968. Tour brochure, 'Cricket Almanack' published by Rothmans and M.C.C. for the 1968 tour. Six signatures to back page including Tony Greig, John Snow, Alan Oakman, Malcolm Scott, Jim Parks etc. Sold with an autograph sheet for West Indies U25 tour to Zimbabwe 1981, fully signed by the squad including Bacchus, Haynes, Daniel, Dujon, Logie, Marshall etc. 1983 World Cup souvenir brochure, eleven signatures including Gavaskar, Madan Lal, Joel Garner, CLive Lloyd, Viv Richards, Andy Roberts etc. Peter May Memorial Appeal commemorative cover 1997, five signatures including Alec Bedser. Official match ticket England v Wets Indies Edgbaston 2000 signed by Darren Gough. 'Lunch with a Legend' menu signed by Richard Hadlee etc. G
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £20
Lot 402:
Lot 402
Signed benefit brochures. Ten signed brochures for Brian Statham Lancashire 1961. Ken Higgs, Lancashire 1968. Ray Illingworth, Leicestershire testimonial brochure 1977. Graham Gooch, Essex 1995. Joel Garner, Somerset 1986. Martyn Ball, Gloucestershire 2002. Hugh Morris, Glamorgan 1994. Derek Randall, Nottinghamshire 1983. Clive Radley, Middlesex 1987. Paddy Clift, Leicestershire 1986. Sold with a selection of unsigned benefit and tour brochures. Qty 21. G
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: £100
Lot 403:
Lot 403
'Cricket Lore'. Complete run of the magazine from the first issue, November 1991 (Issue one) to August 2000 (Vol 4, Issue four). Also 'Cricket Lore The Guide' edited by Eric Midwinter 2014, 'Mary Ann's Australians. The Australian Tour of England 1909', Peter Mahony. Sold with a collection of fourteen colour reproductions of prints published by Cricket Lore, each 10"x6.75". G
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £38
Lot 404:
Lot 404

Bob Appleyard. Cricket scores and analyses 1948-1952. An unusual collection of detailed and comprehensive handwritten analyses of players' performances including methods of dismissal, types of shot played against different bowling styles, wagon wheels etc. The details, by an unknown compiler, are broken down by county and player covering 1948-1952, and also statistics of the performances of players in the 1953 Ashes series, including typed instructions on how to interpret the data. It appears that the papers were sent to Appleyard in 1952 while he was convalescing from tuberculosis in hospital during a long illness that saw him play only one game in 1952 and none in 1953. An incomplete handwritten letter to Appleyard, apparently written by the compiler in 1953, gives intriguing personal views of the Australian tourists, including an encounter on the train as they were travelling to Bristol for the tour match against Gloucestershire, 'a familiar voice in the dusk beside me said "Hallo Lorna[?]. How are you?" & there was Lindwall... when we parted & I said, naturally, "Well, good luck to you tomorrow" Ray replied that he didn't want any luck at all. All he (and the others) wanted was for Lindsay [Hassett] to win the toss so that they could spend the day with their feet up'. Relating to the statistics [s]he writes 'Please forgive my lateness in sending the stuff along. The rest will follow as & when ready, in the hope that staleness will not affect the validity of the conclusions to be drawn by the facts. Regarding Appleyard's illness, the correspondent writes, 'Your absence has thrown the whole side out of gear... Your return could make them once more into the fine side they could & should be, so get better soon'. After recovering, Appleyard made a remarkable return to the Yorkshire side for the 1954 season finishing second in the bowling averages with 154 wickets at an average of 14.42, presumably armed with the information gleaned regarding opposition batsmen's weaknesses! Ex Bob Appleyard (Yorkshire & England 1950-1958) collection. G
Estimate: £0/0
Hammer price: withdrawn
Lot 405:

Bob Appleyard cricket ephemera. Four boxes containing dinner menus, brochures, booklets (some signed), orders of services including Cyril Wright 2002, Fred Trueman 2006, Brian Statham 2000, etc. Also Yorkshire official cricket shields, CDs, videos, DVDs relating to Yorkshire cricket and cricketers, auction and dealer catalogues, cricket annuals, cigarette cards etc. Includes a souvenir programme for a Lord's Taverners match played at Welton, 1st September 1968, with twelve signatures to the front cover including Willie Watson, Leslie Crowther, Reg Simpson, Bob Appleyard, Jim Laker etc. G
Estimate: £0/0
Hammer price: withdrawn

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