Original Hardback Wisdens

Lot 1063:
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'The Archie Jackson Story. A Biography'. D. Frith. Ashurst 1974. Limited edition of 1000 copies, this being number 814, signed by the author. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'The Official History of Surrey County Cricket Club'. David Lemmon. Helm Publishing. London 1989. Limited edition of 200 numbered copies, this being number 138. Blue cloth in slipcase. Signed to facing title page by twelve former Surrey players. Signatures are Surridge, Barton, May, A. Bedser, E. Bedser, A. Stewart, M. Stewart, Harman, Constable, Subba Row, Cox and Willett. Slight rubbing to spine, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
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'The Wisden Book of Cricket Memorabilia'. Marcus Williams & Gordon Phillips. Oxford 1990. Blue and black quarter leather limited edition, limited to 100 copies, numbered and signed by the authors Phillips and Williams, this being no. 73. In slip case. VG
Estimate: £60/90
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'The History of Nottinghamshire Cricket Club'. Peter Wynne-Thomas. Christopher Helm, London 1992. Profusely signed by Nottinghamshire players dating from 1919-2010s. Includes signatures on pieces, labels and cuttings laid down, and to the pages throughout the book, with some additional pages taped in. Also includes the odd member's tickets, receipt etc laid down. Over three hundred and forty signatures in total. Earlier signatures include B. Flint, W. Flint, Reddick, W. Walker, C.B. Harris, Woodhead, F.H. Winrow, Keeton, Sime, Smailes, Smales, Wells, W.E. Rhodes, Voce, H.J. Butler, S.J. Staples, Dooland, Miller, G. Gunn, J.R. Gunn, G.V. Gunn, T.W. Oates, Branston, Heane, Halfyard, Shipston, Swetman etc. Odd duplication of signature. Odd faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
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'The Official History of Yorkshire County Cricket Club'. Derek Hodgson. Marlborough 1989. Profusely signed by Yorkshire players dating from 1910s-2000s. Includes signatures on pieces, labels, cuttings and the odd extra page laid down, and to the pages throughout the book. Approx. three hundred signatures in total. Earlier signatures include Raper, Ford, W. Watson, R. Aspinall, Yardley, Sellers, E.P. Robinson, L. Hutton, Bowes, Macaulay, Oldroyd, H. Sutcliffe, W.H.H. Sucliffe, Illingworth, Close, Boycott, Padgett, K. Taylor, Stott, D. Wilson, Bolus, Bird, R.A. Hutton, J.H. Hampshire etc. Odd duplication of signature. Odd faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
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Signed 'Fairfield Books' titles. Seven original hardback biographies published by Fairfield Books, Bath, each with very good dustwrapper, all signed by the author(s) and/or subject. Titles are 'No Coward Soul. The Remarkable Story of Bob Appleyard', Stephen Chalke and Derek Hodgson 2003. 'It's Not Just Cricket', Peter Walker 2006. 'Ken Taylor. Drawn to Sport', Stephen Chalke 2006. 'Mark Wagh. Pavilion to Crease and Back', Mark Wagh 2009. 'Team Mates', John Barclay and Stephen Chalke 2016. 'In Sunshine and in Shadow. Geoff Cope and Yorkshire Cricket', Stephen Chalke 2017. Sold with '20th Century All-rounder. Reminiscences and Reflections of Clive van Ryneveld', Claremont (South Africa) 2011, softback signed by van Ryneveld. Qty 8. VG
Estimate: £50/70
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Signed 'Fairfield Books' titles. Eight biographies published by Fairfield Books, Bath, all signed by the author and/ or subject. Titles are 'Supercat, the authorised biography of Clive Lloyd', Simon Lister 2007. 'Tom Cartwright. The Flame Still Burns', Stephen Chalke 2007. 'The Centurions from Grace to Ramprakash', Patrick Murphy, revised edition 2009, additionally signed by Gooch, Hick and Ramprakash. 'Micky Stewart and the changing face of cricket', Stephen Chalke 2012. 'Lost in the Long Grass', John Barclay with John Woodcock 2013. 'Rosey. My Life in Somerset Cricket', Brian Rose with Anthony Gibson 2019. 'Sense of Humour, Sense of Justice', Fred Rumsey 2019. Also one softback, 'One More Run', 'Bomber' Wells with Stephen Chalke', 2000. VG
Estimate: £60/90
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'The Men in White Coats. Cricket Umpires Past and Present'. Teresa McLean, London 1987. Hardback with good dustwrapper, signed to the front endpaper and half title page by thirty Test and first-class umpires. Signatures include K. Palmer, R. Julian, M. Saggers, I. Gould, M. Kitchen, R. Kettleborough, N. Llong, M. Benson, J. Holder, T. Robinson, B. Leadbeater, V. Holder, P. Willey, R. Illingworth etc. Also signed by the author to label laid down to title page with accompanying letter. Sold with 'You Are The Umpire', Paul Trevillion and John Holder, London 2009. Signed to the title page by Trevor Jesty, Tim Robinson, John Holder and Peter Willey. Qty 2. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Teresa McLean was the first woman to get a cricket Blue from both Oxford and Cambridge
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'Don Bradman's Book. The Story of my Cricketing Life, with Hints on Batting, Bowling and Fielding'. Don Bradman. London 1930. Original green cloth. Signed in ink to the inside front cover by twelve members of the 1932 County Championship winning Yorkshire team. Signatures are Sellers, Verity, Sutcliffe, Barber, Bowes, Mitchell, Dennis, Wood, Macaulay, Rhodes, Holmes and Leyland. Also twelve ink signatures of the 1932 Nottinghamshire team to the front endpaper of Carr, S. Staples, A. Staples, Harris, G.V. Gunn, Hardstaff, Larwood, Voce, Walker, Lilley, Keeton and Shipston, and ten of Somerset to inside rear cover of Ingle, Case, Longrigg, Bennett, Young, Andrews, F.S. Lee, Wellard, Linney and Hazell. Spaces reserved for other County signatures, but unsigned. Slight bleeding to the Nottinghamshire signatures, some light fading to spine, minor ageing and staining internally, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
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'The Baggy Green'. Michael Fahey and Mike Coward. Boundary Books, Cheshire, 1993. Hardback with original dustwrapper. Signed to the title page by Brian Booth, and profusely to the inside covers and front and rear endpapers by forty nine Australian Test cricketers from the 1980s onwards. Signatures include McGrath, Law, Hazlewood, G. Marsh, Cummins, Johnson, M. Taylor, Hogg, Hughes, Siddle, Starc, Khawaja, Warner, Lyon, Katich, Watson, Clarke, Lehmann, Labuschagne, Langer, Paine etc., also Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting to photo images. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'Cricket Conquest. The Story of the 1948 Test Tour'. W.J. O'Reilly. First edition, London 1949. Odd nicks to otherwise good dustwrapper. Signed to the title page by Bill O'Reilly. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Cricket biographies. Five titles, each signed by the author. Some limited editions. Titles are 'A Summer of Plenty. George Herbert Hirst in 1906', Stephen Chalke, Bath 2006. 'Five Five Five. Holmes and Sutcliffe in 1932', Stephen Chalke, Bath 2006. 'George Lohmann. The beau ideal', Ric Sissons, Leichhardt Australia 1991. Limited edition no. 143/500. 'Somerset's Cricketing Clergymen', Eddie Lawrence 2003. Limited edition no. 23/200. 'Laker's Match. 19 Wickets and The Ashes', Vic Rigby, Ewell 2006. Limited edition no. 49/75, additionally signed by Ian Craig and Peter Richardson. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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Signed overseas players' autobiographies. Eight titles, each signed by the subject, comprising seven hardbacks with very good dustwrappers. Titles are 'Gordon Greenidge. The Man in the Middle' 1980. 'Glenn Turner's Century of Centuries' 1983. 'Hanif Mohammed. Playing for Pakistan' 1999. 'Shane Warne' 2001. 'Steve Waugh. Never Say Die' 2003, signed by Waugh and Richard Dawson. 'Basher', Basharat Hassan 2004. 'Mushtaq Mohammed Inside Out' 2006. 'Caught in the Middle. Monkeygate, Politics and Other Hairy Issues', Mike Procter 2017. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Garry Sobers. Six sixes v Glamorgan 1968. Four titles relating to Sobers' achievement of hitting six sixes in one over off the bowling off Malcolm Nash, while playing for Nottinghamshire at Swansea in 1968. Each title signed by the author, some additionally signed. Three hardback titles with very good dustwrappers, 'Six of the Best. Cricket's Most Famous Over', Grahame Lloyd, Cardiff 2008, additionally signed to the half title page by Lloyd and eight members of the Glamorgan team who played in the match, Roger Davies, Peter Walker, Alan Jones, Don Shepherd, Malcolm Nash, Eifion Jones and Brian Lewis. Also signed by Herschelle Gibbs to inside photograph. 'Garry Sobers. My Autobiography' 2002, signed by Sobers and Bob Harris. 'Howzat? The Six Sixes Ball Mystery', Grahame Lloyd, Cardiff 2013. One softback, 'Not Only, But Also. My Life In Cricket', Malcolm Nash 2018, signed by Nash, Gwyn Richards, Alan Jones, Brian Lewis and Eifion Jones. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Multi-signed cricket books. Six titles including five hardbacks with good dustwrappers including 'Spin Bowling', Ray Illingworth 1979. Twenty eight signatures to inside covers and to inside pictures including Barry Norman, Mike Denness, Brian Close, Derek Ufton, Fred Titmus, Tom Graveney, Nicholas Parsons, Mike Gatting, Derek Underwood, Graham Dilley, Allan Lamb, Peter Willey etc. 'Debrett's Cricketers' Who's Who', Iain Sproat 1980, five signatures of J. Edrich, K. Barrington, C. Milburn, B. Close and G. Evans. 'Give Me Arthur [Shrewsbury]', Peter Wynne-Thomas, 1985, five signatures of S. Finn, G. Swann, T. Robinson, A. Strauss and S. Broad. 'Rags', Derek Randall 1992. Nine signatures including Randall, R. Tolchard, R. Maru, P. Such, M. Lynch, C. Radley etc. 'Cricket In Hertfordshire', R.G. Simons 1996, signed by Brian Lara and Henry Blofeld. Also one softback, 'The Centenary Test. Melbourne Cricket Ground March 1977', A. Batchelor, A. Rusden, R. Webster and K. Williams, Melbourne 2002. Signed by the authors and Derek Randall. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'Who's Who of Cricketers'. Philip Bailey, Philip Thorn and Peter Wynne-Thomas. London 1984. Dustwrapper. Signed to the first nine pages and the rear eleven pages by over two hundred and eighty Test and first-class cricketers, including over eighty Nottinghamshire players. The majority signed to labels laid down, with some signed to cutting images. Notable earlier Nottinghamshire signatures include Willatt, 'Bomber' Wells, Simpson, Stocks, Shipston, Yates, Springall, Siddons, Cotton, Cox, Clay, Hill, Frost, Rhodes etc. some signed in later years. Others include Bailey, Statham, Mann, Brookes, Tyson, Shackleton, Insole, Dexter, Evans, Cartwright, Parks, Ridgway etc. Some wear and tape repair to dustwrapper, some age toning to labels with the odd label detached, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
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'Farewell to Cricket'. Don Bradman. London first edition 1950. Nicely signed by Bradman in black ink below frontispiece image. Dustwrapper with some loss to head of spine. G/VG
Estimate: £70/100
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'Cricket Form at a Glance in this Century 1901-1923'. Sir Home Gordon. London first edition 1924. Maroon cloth. Signed in ink to title page by Gordon. Wear and soiling to boards, fading to spine, some internal foxing, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
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'Nelson on the Board. 111 seisoenen Nederlandse cricketgeschiedenis'. Published in Dutch by the Netherland K.N.C.B. 2002. Green cloth with gilt to front cover and spine. Signed to first page by sixteen players and coaches c. 2010. Signatures include Borren (Captain), Kruger, Dighton, Szwarczyynski, Loots, Baresi, de Grooth, Seelar, Bukhari etc. Also to the title page by two Dutch cricket officials, W. Winckel and F. Kapelle. Not previously sold by the auctioneer. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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Don Bradman. Four hardback titles and one softback relating to Bradman, each with signature of Bradman on label or card laid down or mounted. 'Sir Donald Bradman. A Biography', Irving Rosenwater, London 1979. 'The Bradman Era', Bill O'Reilly & Jack Egan, Sydney 1983. 'Farewell to Cricket', Don Bradman with introduction by David Frith, London 1988, with additional signature of Frith on label. 'The Don 1908-2001', Roland Perry, London 2001, with additional signature of Perry on card. 'Remembering Bradman', Margaret Geddes, Victoria, Australia 2002. Qty 5. G/VG
Estimate: £70/100
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'Autobiography'. Neville Cardus. First edition, London 1947. Nicely signed in black ink to half title page by Cardus, dated 'London 1949'. Decent dustwrapper with nicks to edges and age toning to spine. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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'G.L. Jessop. A Complete Record of his Performances in First-class Cricket'. C.J. Britton. First edition, Birmingham 1935. Blue and cream cloth. Nicely signed in ink to inside front cover, 'Gilbert L. Jessop. April 14 1935', and 'To Eileenah from Uncle Gilbert, Jan 25 1953' (possibly Jessop's son, also named Gilbert). Minor soiling to boards, slight splitting to page block, otherwise internally in very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
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Sussex C.C.C. biographies and histories. Six signed softback titles relating to Sussex cricket including four limited editions published by Sussex Cricket Museum & Educational Trust. 'Tony Greig 1946-2013. A Tribute', edited by Roger Packham and Nicholas Sharp 2013, limited edition no. 27/200, signed by six contributors, Barclay, Snow, Spencer, Barrow, Buss and Graves. 'Sussex Victorious. 50th Anniversary of the Gillette Cup - 1963'. Packham & Sharp 2013, limited edition no. 11/150, signed by seven contributors, Thomson, Dexter, Oakman, Parks, Buss, Packham and Snow. 'Mark Robinson. An Appreciation'. Jon Filby & Nicholas Sharp 2016, limited edition no. 97/150. Signed by Robinson and five contributors, Barrow, Cottey, Filby, 'The Diversity of Words. A Collection of Light Verse...', Hubert Doggart 2014, limited edition no. 24/50, signed by Doggart. Also 'From the Sea End', Christoper Lee, signed by the author, also Robin Marlar, Jim Parks and John Snow. 'Some Magic from Mushy and Much More', Nicholas Sharp, limited edition no. 63/75, signed by the author and Mushtaq Ahmed. 'The Year of the Magical Martlets', Nicholas Sharp 2007, signed by the author and Robin Marlar. Sold with 'The Longest Journey. The Inside Story of Sussex's Championship Triumph', Paul Weaver and Bruce Talbot, Stroud 2004. Hardback with good dustwrapper, signed by the authors and John Barclay. Qty 8. G/VG
Estimate: £50/80
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Nico Craven. Eight hardback books and twenty one in paper wrappers dating from 1985 to 2005, all signed by the author, Nico Craven. Hardback titles, all with dustwrappers with odd faults, are 'Best out of Five' 1976, 'Best of both Worlds' 1976, 'Suddenly it was Summer' 1977, 'A Sign of the Times' 1978, 'August Occasions' 1979, 'A Friend of the Family' 1980, 'Playing a Supporting Role' 1981, and 'Tea for Twenty Two' 1983. Qty 29. Odd faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
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'The Oval. Test Match Cricket Since 1880'. David Mortimer. Stroud 2005. Boldly signed to the front endpaper by sixteen current and former Surrey players c. 2010. Signatures include Hamilton-Brown, Ramprakash, Pietersen, Roy, Batty, A. Stewart, Schofield, Meaker, M. Stewart etc. VG
Estimate: £30/40
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'Caught in Action. 20 Years of West Indies Cricket Photography'. Gordon Brooks. Barbados 2003. Boldy signed to the front endpaper by sixteen members of the 2007 West Indies touring party to England. Signatures include Sarwan, Bravo, Chanderpaul, Collymore, Edwards, Ganga, Gayle, Joseph, Morton, Powell, Ramdin, Rampaul etc. Also signed to the title page twice by Tony Cozier, one signature on label laid down. VG
Estimate: £40/60
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'Our Cricket Story'. Alec and Eric Bedser. London 1951. Presentation copy signed to the title page by both Bedsers. Also signed to the front endpaper by eleven Surrey players including May, Clark, Stewart, Constable, Barrington, Laker, Lock, McIntyre, Wilson, Tindall etc. Some wear to dustwrapper. G
Estimate: £40/60
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Pelham 'Plum' Warner. Two first edition titles by Warner, both signed in ink to the title page by the author. 'Cricket Reminiscences with some review of the 1919 season', London 1920. Red cloth with gilt titles. Wear and bumping to boards and spine. 'Long Innings. The Autobiography of Sir Pelham Warner', London 1951. Original dustwrapper with loss and tears. Internally in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
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Learie Constantine. Two first edition titles by Constantine, both signed in ink to the half title page by the author. Both with dustwrappers. 'Cricket in the Sun', London 1946. Presentation copy signed and dated 9th December 1964. Good dustwrapper, internally in good condition. 'Cricketers' Carnival', London 1948. Signed and dated July 1948. Some nicks and loss to dustwrapper, internal foxing, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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'South Africa. The Years of Isolation and the return to international cricket'. Mike Procter with Patrick Murphy. Harpenden 1994. Signed to the title page by Procter and Murphy. Also signed to the half title page and facing title page by members of the 1994 and 1998 South Africa touring parties to England. Signatures include Cronje, Cullinan, Richardson, Rhodes, Liebenberg, Pollock, Kallis, Adams, Boucher, McMillan, Klusener, Snell etc. Approx. forty signatures in total. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Australian Cricket. A History'. A.G. ("Johnnie") Moyes. First edition, London 1959. Publisher's black cloth with title to spine. Nicely signed in ink to front endpaper by thirteen members of the 1968 Australian touring party to England. Signatures are Jarman, Gleeson, Hawke, Connolly, Renneberg, Walters, Chappell, Joslin, Inverarity, Mallett, Redpath, Sheahan and Taber. Minor staining to front endpaper not affecting signatures, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
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Lancashire cricket. Five titles, each signed by the author, two multi-signed. Three hardback titles with very good dustwrappers are 'My Own Red Roses', Gerald Hodcroft, Lewes 1984. Signed to the title and facing pages by twenty Lancashire players. Signatures include Pilling, Ormrod, Atherton, DeFreitas, Watkinson, Allott, Mendis, Fitton, Titchard etc. Also two signed titles by Eric Midwinter, 'Red Shirts and Roses', Manchester 2005, and 'Red Roses Crest the Caps', London 1989, additionally signed by Winston Place and Ken Cranston. Sold with two softback titles, each signed by the author. 'Glory Lightly Worn. A Tribute to Brian Statham', Malcolm Lorimer, Manchester 2001, and 'Johnny Briggs. Poor Johnny', Lives in Cricket series no. 2, Stuart Brodkin, Cardiff 2007, signed by the author. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'The Cricketing Greigs'. David Lemmon. Breedon Books, Derby 1991. Signed by the author and by Tony (twice) and Ian Greig. Dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £20/30
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Gloucestershire 'Double Winners' 1999. 'The History of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club'. David Green. Christopher Helm, London 1990. Signed by the author and B.D. 'Bomber' Wells to the title page. Also signed to the front endpaper by the twelve members of the Gloucestershire teams for the Benson & Hedges Super Cup Final at Lords', 1st August 1999, and NatWest Trophy Final, Lord's 29th August 1999. Signatures include Alleyne (Captain), Ball, Russell, Barnett, Hancock, Cunliffe, Snape, Windows, Lewis, Bracewell etc. Dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £40/60
In the two finals, Gloucestershire beat Yorkshire by 124 runs and Somerset by 50 runs
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'The Larwood Story'. Harold Larwood & Kevin Perkins. Sydney 1982. Paperback edition. Nicely signed to title page by Larwood and Perkins. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Yorkshire's Cricketing Legends'. Yorkshire-born Test Cricketers'. Grenville Firth. Breedon Books, Derby 2009. Signed to the title page by the author. Also signed to pages or to pieces laid down by thirty eight Yorkshire-born Test players. Signatures include Birkenshaw, Bolus, Bowes, Boycott, Hampshire, L. Hutton, R. Hutton, Ray Illingworth, Lever, Moxon, Old, Padgett, Taylor, Trueman, Yardley etc. Odd signature duplicated. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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'Maiden Over. A Short History of Women's Cricket and a Diary of the 1948-49 Test Tour to Australia'. Nancy Joy. First edition, London 1950. Signed in ink (one in pencil) to the half title and facing pages by eleven members of the Australia touring party, and twelve members of the England team for the third Test, The Oval, 28th- 31st July 1951. Australia signatures are Dive (Captain), Paisley, Hudson, Vogt, Batty, Schmidt, Phillips, Jones, Laughton, James and Dow. England signatures are Maclagan (Captain), Hide, Spry, Duggan, McEvoy, Robinson, Morgan, Murrey, Johnson, Birch, Sanders and Cummins. Dustwrapper with wear and loss. G
Estimate: £50/80
England beat Australia in the third Test by 137 runs. The three match series was tied 1-1
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The Ashes 2005. 'Ashes Victory. The Official Story of the greatest ever Test series in the team's own words'. Peter Hayter. Published by the England Cricket Team, London 2005. Boldly signed to the half title page by all twelve members of the England team who played in the series, and coaching staff. Players' signatures are Vaughan, Trescothick, Strauss, Bell, Pietersen, Flintoff, G. Jones, Giles, Hoggard, Harmison, S. Jones and Collingwood. Further signatures include Hayter (title page). Richard Bevan (preface), Trescothick (foreword) etc. Eighteen signatures in total. Dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £40/60
England famously won the series 2-1 with two matches drawn, so regaining the Ashes for the first time since 1986/87
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The Ashes 2009. 'England's Ashes. The exclusive and official story of the npower Ashes series 2009'. Peter Hayter. Published by the England Cricket Team, London 2005. Boldly signed to the half title page by fifteen of the sixteen members of the England team who played in the series, with the signature of Flintoff on detached piece. Other players' signatures are Strauss, Cook, Anderson, Bell, Bopara, Broad, Collingwood, Harmison, Onions, Panesar, Pietersen, Prior, Sidebottom, Swann and Trott. Also signed to the title page by Hayter, and Andy Flower to the introduction. Dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £40/60
England won the series 2-1 with two matches drawn, so regaining the Ashes
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The Ashes 2010/11. 'Ashes 2011. England's record-breaking series victory'. Gideon Haigh. London 2011. Boldly signed to the inside front cover by fourteen members of the England touring party. Signatures are Strauss, Flower. Anderson, Bresnan, Broad, Bell, Collingwood, Cook, Finn, Pietersen, Prior, Swann, Tremlett and Trott. Additional signature of Pietersen to front endpaper. Also signed to the title page by the author. Sixteen signatures in total. Dustwrapper. VG
Estimate: £30/50
England won the five match series 3-1 with one match drawn, so retaining the Ashes
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Jack Hobbs. Three titles, each signed by Hobbs. Titles include two hardbacks, 'My Cricket Memories', Jack Hobbs, London 1924, signed in pencil by Hobbs to the frontispiece photograph and title page. 'Playing for England! My Test-Cricket Story', Jack Hobbs, London 1931, signed in ink to title page. Also one title in paper wrappers, 'The Game of Cricket as it should be played', Jack Hobbs, Maurice Tate & Herbert Strudwick, London 1948. signed in ink to the contents page by Hobbs. Some faults, generally good condition
Estimate: £40/60

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