Cricket Attire, Caps, Blazers & Ties

Lot 489:
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'Brian Lara. 501 not out'. Hunts County full size cricket bat produced to commemorate Brian Lara's record individual Test score of 375, West Indies v England, Antigua, 16th-18th April 1994, listing details of innings and featuring a hand painted portrait, by Flinders, of Lara to face of bat, signed in full by Lara. Limited edition of only 14 produced. G/VG
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 490:
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West Indies tour to England 2004. Full size bat with printed title label to top and players' name label to side. Nicely signed by all sixteen listed members of the touring party. Signatures include Lara (Captain), Sarwan, Gayle, Chanderpaul, Jacobs, Rampaul, Best, Edwards, Collins, Banks, Bravo etc. VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 491:
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Gehan Mendis. Lancashire. Benefit year 1993. Full size Slazenger 'V' bat nicely signed to the face by twenty five Lancashire players. Signatures include Fairbrother, Atherton, Mendis, Watkinson, Fletcher, Fielding, Stanworth, Derbyshire, G. Lloyd, Barnett, Savage, Martin, Fitton, Titchard, Chapple etc. VG
Estimate: £30/50
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Canon John Henry Parsons. Warwickshire & Europeans 1910-1934. Full size Stuart Surridge 'Perfect' cricket bat used by Parsons in his playing career. The bat with heavy cloth tape reinforcement to lower portion and toe. Good condition. Sold with two original mono press photographs of Parsons with the bat, standing with Tiger Smith, taken at Edgbaston on 30th May 1960. Both photographs with annotations in ink in Parsons' own hand to verso, 'taken on my 70th Birthday', one signed by Parsons. The photographs by Birmingham Post & Mail, measures 10"x8". The bat and photographs formerly the property of the Cotswold Cricket Museum. G/VG
Estimate: £70/100
Parsons scored a total of 17,969 runs in his first-class career, at an average of 35.78, with a top score of 225 for Warwickshire in 1927
Lot 493:
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Surrey C.C.C. 1936. Full size 'V.A.L. Jack Hobbs' signature bat signed in ink to verso by Alan Melville (Natal, Sussex, Transvaal & South Africa 1928-1949) and eighteen Surrey players. Signatures include Fender, Ducat, Garland-Wells, Barling, Squires, Mobey, Peach, and some rarer names including K.C.W. King (32 matches), F.C. Gamble (19), F. Berry (47) etc. Formerly displayed at the Cotswold Cricket Museum. G
Estimate: £50/80
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The Ashes. England v Australia 1961. Fourth Test, Old Trafford. Full size Gradidge 'Imperial Driver' cricket bat fully signed in ink to the face by all seventeen members of the Australia touring party and the eleven members of the England team for the fourth Test, Old Trafford, 27th July- 1st August 1961. Australian signatures are Benaud (Captain), Harvey, Gaunt, Quick, Jarman, Kline, Mackay, Booth, Davidson, Simpson, Grout, McDonald, Misson, Lawry, O'Neill, Burge and McKenzie. England signatures are May (Captain), Statham, Trueman, Barrington, Murray, Allen, Close, Dexter, Subba Row, Pullar and Flavell. Also signed to the verso by four counties including Yorkshire (12 signatures), Lancashire (12), Hampshire (12), and Worcestershire (11). G/VG
Estimate: £70/100
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West Indies tour to England 1957. Full size Stuart Surridge 'Peter May Autograph' bat fully and nicely signed in ink to the face by all seventeen members of the West Indies touring party. Signatures are Goddard (Captain), Walcott, Dewdney, Ganteaume, Atkinson, Alexander, Worrell, Hall, Weekes, Gilchrist, Valentine, Pairaudeau, Smith, Kanhai, Asgarali, Ramadhin and Sobers. Also signed to verso by eleven Surrey players including May, A. Bedser, E. Bedser, Fletcher, Loader, Clark, Barrington, Stewart, Laker etc. Also appears to have been signed by Graham Gooch(!). Previously sold as lot 222 in the Phillips sale of 17th July 1991. Very nice signatures, the bat in very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Lot 497:
Lot 497
William Arnold Sime. Bedford School, Bedford R.F.C. & Nottinghamshire C.C.C. 1935-1950. 'George Parr. 'Lion of the North'. Fine Elm from Parr's Tree, Trent Bridge 1800(c)-1976'. Miniature cricket bat produced by Nottinghamshire C.C.C. in 1976. 11.5". Very good condition. Sold with a brochure entitled 'Notts County Cricket Club and Trent Bridge' regarding the history of the club and issued in 1946, some soiling and age toning to covers. G. Qty 2
Estimate: £20/30
Estimated to be 170 years old, the elm tree, situated inside the Bridgford Road boundary wall, was blown down in a gale in December 1976

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