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E.G. Arnold.

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E.G. Arnold.
Ref: 8989994





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler. The usual biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper is missing. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.





Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry.  Part I.  Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part I. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989965





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of K.S. Ranjitsinhji (Sussex), J. Briggs (Lancashire), W. Storer (Derbyshire), Mr P.F. Warner (Middlesex), A.E. Trott (Middlesex). R. Carpenter (Essex), Mr A.C.S. Glover (Warwickshire), W.R. Cuttell (Lancashire) Cap. E.G. Wynyard (Hampshire), anf South of England XI. (v. Australians)







Price: 35.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part II. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part II. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989980




One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of Mr H.K. Foster (Worcestershire), Mr P. Perrin (Essex), W. Chatterton (Derbyshire), Mr A.J.L. Hill (Hampshire), Mr G. Brann (Sussex), Mr G.R. Bardswell (Lancashire), J.T. Rawlin (Middlesex), W. Mead (Essex) and A. Shaw. Worcestershire XI.






Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part III. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part III. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989979





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of E. Arnold (Worcestershire), Mr W.L. Murdoch (Sussex), G. Baker (Lancashire), G. Wilson (Worcestershire), Mr C.O.H. Sewell (Gloucestershire) Mr F.G. Bull (essex), Mr A.J. Turner (Essex), Mr B.J.T. Bosanquet (Oxford University) and V. Barton (Hampshire). England XI (v. Australians)







Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part IV. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part IV. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989978




One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of G. Hirst (Yorkshire), Mr C. McGahey (Essex) Mr F.H.B. Champain (Oxford) Mr F.W. Stocks (Leicestershire) Mr W.L. Foster (Worcestershire) T.M. Russell (Essex), G,Gill (Somersetshire), Mr W.H. Patterson (Kent), Lord Hawke (Yorkshire) and Mr C. Heseltine (Hampshire).








Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part V. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part V. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989977




One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of Mr A.C. Maclaren (Lancashire), Mr MacGregor (Middlesex), A.D. Pougher (Leicestershire), Mr C.J. Burnup (Kent), F. Wheldon (Worcestershire) J.T. Hearne (Middlesex) E. Killick (Sussex), E. Robson (Somersetshire and Mr A.O. Jones (Nottingham).









Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part VI. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part VI. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989976





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of Mr J.J. Darling, Mr H. Trumble, Mr M.A. Noble, Mr C. Hill, Mr J.J. Kelly, Mr W. Howell, Mr F. Iredale, Mr A.E. Johns, Mr F. Laver, Mr S.E. Gregory, Mr V. Trumper, Mr E. Jones, Mr J. Worrell, Mr C. McLeod and Major B.J. Wardill.








Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part VII. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part VII. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989982





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of Dr W.G. Grace (London County C.C.) Mr J.R. Mason (Kent), C.H.G. Bland (Sussex), Mr J.A. Dixon (Nottingham) Mr W.M. Bradley (Kent), W.Rodes (Yorkshire) Mr L.J. Moon (Cambridge) Mr H.B. Hayman (Middlesex), H.R. Butt (Sussex and R. Thoms.







Price: 50.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry.  Part VIII.  Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part VIII. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989981





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of R. Abel (Surrey), Albert Ward (Lancashire) T. Hayward (Surrey), W. Brockwell (Surrey), Mr G.E. Winter (Cambridge), R. Moorhouse (Yorkshire), R. Rocke (Middlesex), Rev. W. Rashleigh (Kent), and Mr D.L.A. Jephson (Surrey). Cambridge University XI.






Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part IX. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part IX. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989973





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of T. Richardson (Surrey) G.J. Weigall (Cambridge), W. Lockwood (Surrey) H.G. Owen (Essex), V.A. Titchmarsh, (Umpire), Major R.M. Poore (Hampshire), H. Wood (Surrey), Mr H.C. Pilkington (Lancashire), Mr C.L. Townsend (Gloucestershire) and Mr F.S. Jackson (Yorkshire) and The Oxford XI.







Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part X. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part X. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989972





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of C.B. Fry (Sussex), W. Lees (Surrey0, J.T. Tyldesley (Lancashire), Mr C.I. Robson (Hampshire), David Denton (Yorkshire) H. Young (Essex), W. Gunn (Nottingham), Mr H.C. Stewart (Kent), Mr S.M.J. Woods (Somersetshire) and Mr D.A. Steele (Hampshire.








Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XI. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XI. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989971

The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XII. Published 1899.



One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of A.A. Lilley (Warwickshire), Mr R.C.N. Palairet (Somersetshire), Mr Leveson-Gower (Oxford), Captain F. Quinton (Hampshire), A. Hallam (Lancashire) W.G. Quaife (Warwickshire), Mr H.B. Richardson (Surrey), Mr R.E. Foster (Worcestershire) and F. Tate (Kent).







Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XII. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XII. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989970





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of Mr L.C.H. Palairet (Somersetshire), C. Smith (Lancashire), H. Baldwin (Hampshire), E.J. Tyler (Somersetshire), Mr A. Eccles (Oxford), Mr R.K.J. Key (Surrey), Rev. A.P. Wickham (Soemersetshire), A. Hearne (Kent), E.G. Hayes(Surrey), and A. Shrewsbury (Nottingham).







Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XIII. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XIII. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989969





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of Mr F.G.J. Ford (Middlesex), W. Attewell (Nottinghamshire), Mr J. Douglas (Middlesex), Mr C.A. Bernard (Somersetshire), Mr W. Troup (Gloucestershire), S. Haigh (Yorkshire), Mr C.E. de Trafford (Leicestershire) Mr A. Collins (Sussex), and D. Hunter (Yorkshire). And Worcestershire Cricket Ground.






Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XIV. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XIV. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989968





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of Mr S.H. Evershed (Derbyshire), E. Wainwright (Yorkshire), A.E. Knight (Leicestershire), J.H. Board (Gloucestershire) G. Ayres (Essex) Mr F. Mitchell (Yorkshire) Mr C.M. Wells (Middlesex), J. Tunnicliffe (Yorkshire) and F. Roberts (Gloucestershire).








Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XV. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XV. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989967





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of A. Mold (Lancashire), Mr H.W. Bainbridge (Warwickshire), Mr L.G. Wright (Derbyshire), Mr R.N. Douglas (Middlesex) E.J. Diver (Warwickshire) S.J. Santal (Warwickshire), Mr E. Smith (Yorkshire), J.T. Brown (Yorkshire) and Mr F. A. Phillips (Somersetshire).







Price: 30.00
  



The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XVI. Published 1899.

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The Book of Cricket........Edited by C.B. Fry. Part XVI. Published 1899.
Ref: 8989966





One of of a sixteen magazines entitled "The BOOK of CRICKET. A New Gallery of Famous Players Edited By C.B.Fry." To be completed in about 14 Sixpenny Weekly Parts. Price 6d. Published by George Newnes, Ltd., 7-12, Southampton St., Strand, W.C. Printed by Hudson & Kearns, 83 - 87 Southwark Street. S.E.

Contains full page photographs of several famous cricketers which also features a facsimile autograph. Light rubbing to extremities. This edition contains photographs of Mr Vernon T. Hill (Somersetshire), Walter Quaife (Warwickshire), Mr W. Newham ( Sussex), John Devey ( Warwickshire), F. Huish (Kent), J. Vine (Sussex), Mr S.H. Day (Kent), H. Wrathall (Gloucestershire), A. Paish (Gloucester), Field (Warwickshire), Mr P.H. Latham (Sussex), Mr R.W. Rice (Gloucester), Mr G.L. Jessop (Gloucester), and J. Hulme (Derbyshire).






Price: 30.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part I  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part I 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989959







This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - W.L. Murdoch, W.G. Grace and Lord's Cricket Ground. Inside - Surrey 1894, W.G. Grace, W.L. Murdoch, Arthur Shrewsbury, Lord Hawke, George Lohmann, C.B. Fry, A.E. Stoddart, F. Marchant, A.N. "Monkey" Hornby, Samuel Moses James Woods, William Chatterton, Edward Wainwright, J. Shuter, John Hearne and Walter Read.








Price: 65.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part II  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part II 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989958






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - Chatterton & The Oval Cricket Ground. Inside - Edward Mills Grace, J.T. Brown, A.C. McLaren, William Brockwell, J.A. Dixon, John Briggs, Maurice Read, W.H. Lockwood, Timothy Carew O'Brien, M. Sherwin, A.J. Webbe, Alec Hearne, George Giffen, Gentlemen XI 1894, Players XI 1894 and J.J. Lyons.








Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI III  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI III 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989956






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - S.M.J. Woods and Sussex County Ground, Hove. Inside - K.J. Key, E.G. Wynyard, Walter Humphreys, Rev. W. Rashleigh, F.S Jackson, A.W. Mold, H.F. Boyle, William Gunn, Allan G. Steel, Robert Peel, J.J. Ferris, Gregor McGregor, H.T. Hewett, Kent, Lancashire and Robert Abel.









Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI IV  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI IV 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989955






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front Cover A.E. Stoddart and Somerset County Ground, Taunton. Inside Frank Sugg, Albert Ward, Ernest Smith, Lionel C. H. Palairet, Tunnicliffe, Frank Mitchell, Kumar Shri Ranjitsinhgi, George Ulyett, Manley Kemp, C. T. B. Turner, T. Richardson, Attewell, F.G.J. Ford, Gloucestershire Eleven and Lord Sheffield's Australian Team, 1891 -2. and George Bean.










Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI V  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI V 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989954






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - Arthur Shrewsbury and Warwickshire County Ground, Edgbaston. Inside - Lord Harris, Alfred Shaw, E. Peate, W. Storer, J.M. Blackham, E.J. Tyler, JohnThomas Rawlin, C.Edmund de Trafford, G.R. Baker, David Hunter, W. Newham, W. Floweers, John Richard Painter, Somerset, The Australians 1893 - Eighth Team and A.D. Pougher.









Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI VI  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI VI 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989953






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front Cover - K.J. Key and Cambridge University Cricket Ground. Inside H. Graham, Hearne, S.E. Gregory, Reginald C. N. Palairet, H. B. Daft, F. Martin, J.H. Board, George Brann, Percy J.T. Henry, A.J.L. Hill, P.H. Latham, Walter Quaife, Stanley W. Scott, Sussex Team and Yorkshire and H. Wood.









Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part VII  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part VII 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989957






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - M. Sherwin and Upper Cricket Ground, Harrow. Inside - John Devey, G.H. Hirst, G.J. Mordaunt, CharlesW. Wright, J.R. Mason, G.H.S. Trott, F. Parris, H.W. Bainbridge, R.Slade Lucas, F.E. Smith, Walter Sugg, Hugh Trumble, T.N. Perkins, Middlesex, Leicestershire County and S.M. Tindall.









Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI VIII  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI VIII 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989952






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies.Front cover - T. Richardson and Oxford University Cricket Ground. Inside - W.G. Grace, Alick Bannerman, H.R. Butt, A. Sellers, G.J.V. Weigall, A. Law, D.L.A. Jephson, L.G. Wright, G.B. Nichols, George W. Hillyard, Sydney Crosfield, H.G. Owen, J.T. Mounsey, Nottinghamshire, Warwickshire County Team and C. Smith.









Price: 65.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI IX  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds PartI IX 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989951






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - J.H. Stogdon and The Playing Fields, Eton. Inside - J. Ernest Hill, R. Henderson, Leslie Wilson, Rev Archdale P. Wickham, J. Hulme, A.A. Lilley, H. Baldwin, A.H. Jarvis, Cyril Foley, Jimmy Cranston, S.F. Barnes, S.Herbert Evershed, H. Carpenter, Victor Barton, L.C.V. Bathurst and W.G. Druce.









Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part X  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part X 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989950






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - K.S. Ranjitsinhji and The Pavilion, Trent Bridge Ground. Inside - G.F. Vernon, S.A.P. Kitcat, Dr H.W.P. Bencraft, L.C. Docker, W.H. Patterson, J.H. Brain, G.L.. Wilson, V.T. Hill, W.H. Scotton, F.C. Holland, Alf Tinsley, Thomas Emmett, H.F. Boyle, G. Davidson, H. Pickett and Surrey Cricket Ground in 1848 (From an old print published in 1848 by Ackermann & Co.










Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XI  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XI 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989949






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - Johnny Briggs and Old Trafford Ground, Manchester. Inside - Captain A.J.H. Luard, R. Moorhouse, Richard Pilling, W.G. Quaife, Henry Perkins, E.J. Diver, H.C. Stewart, George Porter, F.W. Tate, Tom Hayward, Leslie H. Gay, R.G. Barlow, A.E. Street, P.S. McDonnell, J. Burns and Tom Hearne.









Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XII  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XII 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989948







This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - R.S. Lucas and Bradford Cricket Ground. Inside - David Denton, C. Baldwin, J.B. Challen, T.W. Garrett, W.G. Grace (Junior), Alick Handford, J.E. Shilton, G.R. Bardswell, G.G. Hearne, Jim Phillips, C.J. Kortright, W. Tomlin, H. Bagshaw, H. Pallett, Tom Mycroft and Gilbert Jessop.









Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XIII  1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XIII 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989960






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - Lard Hawke and Essex County Ground, Leyton. Inside - J. Holland, J.M. Meldon, Dr G. Thornton, Louis Hall, A.P. Lucas, H. Wrathall, A. Smith, Sydney Santall, F.G. Roberts, G.W. Ayres, Frank Hearne, G.G. Walker, R.P. Spurway, G.J. Bonnor, Richard Daft and C.D. Robinson.









Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XIV 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XIV 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989961






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - G.J. Mordaunt and Lord's Cricket Ground (Eton & Harrow 1895). Inside - W.G. Druce, H.K. Foster, P.F. Warner, Frank Marchant, F.A. Phillips, N.F. Druce, W.Mc.G. Hemingway, H.A. Artwright, C.E.M. Wilson, H. Gray, R.A. Studd, C.B. Fry, C.C. Pilkington, A.B. Lubbock, J.H. Stogdon and R.F. Vibart.









Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XV 1895 Magazine edited by C,W, Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XV 1895 Magazine edited by C,W, Alcock.
Ref: 8989947






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - G.J. Mordaunt and Lord's Cricket Ground (Eton & Harrow 1895). Inside - W.G Druce, H.K. Foster, P.F. Warner, Frank Marchant, F.A. Phillips, N.F. Druce, W.Mc.G. Hemingway, H.A. Artwright, C.E.M. Wilson, H. Gray, R.A. Studd, C.B. Fry, C.C. Pilkington, A.B. Lubbock, J.H. Stogdon and R.F. Vibart.









Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XVI 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XVI 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989945





This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. This was a weekly, 16-page large publication with photographs and biographies of leading cricketers and grounds....... Edited by C. Walcock and published by Hudson & Kearns and the News of the World. This front cover - shows A.E. Stoddart and Rugby School Cricket Ground. Inside - Robert Thoms, T. A. Wardall, Gerald R. Bardswell, A. Lorrimer, W.A. Woof, Walter Wright, J.P. Whiteside, Arthur T. Kemble, Thomas Russell, O.G. Radcliffe, R.W. Rice, Charles P. Lewis, F.E. Lacey, F.H..E Cunliffe, Robert Mee and Lord's Cricket Ground showing - Eton & Harrow Match July 12th, 1895. Front and back covers detached,







Price: 40.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XVII 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XVII 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989946






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front cover - Sir T.C. O'Brien and Hampshire County Ground, Southampton. Inside - Lees Whitehead, J.T. Tyldesley, G.O. Smith, A. Pike, R.P. Lewis, W.W. Read, L.H. Gwynn, J.B. Wostinholm, A.C. McLaren, J. Burrough, C.A. Smith, W.R. Troup, M. Chapman, Gentlemen XI and Players 1895 - match played at Lord's on 8/9/10 July 1895 and on last page 3 photos of cricket grounds - Sussex County Ground, Hove, Somerset County Ground, Taunton and Old Trafford Ground, Manchester.







Price: 50.00
  



Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XVIII 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.

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Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds Part XVIII 1895 Magazine edited by C.W. Alcock.
Ref: 8989962






This was a weekly magazine which included good quality photographs of cricket grounds and famous cricketers of the time, some with facimilie signatures and biographies. Front Cover F.S. Jackson and Leicester County Ground. Inside C.L. Townsend, Frank W. Milligan, Essex Eleven, Hampshire Eleven, Old print of 'Old Lillywhite' (Frederick William Lillywhite), W.C. Hedley, A.O. Jones, F.W. Marlow, A. Watson, G.B. Raikes, W.W. Lowe, Wilkinson, Derby Eleven, Cambridge University Cricket Ground, Oxford University Cricket Ground, Canterbury Cricket Ground, The Oval Cricket Ground, Lords Cricket Ground and Warwickshire County Cricket Groundand C.W. Alcock.







Price: 50.00
  



Wilfred Rhodes, Yorkshire  -  About to deliver.

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Wilfred Rhodes, Yorkshire - About to deliver.
Ref: 2345915





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Mr. Pelham F. Warner, Middlesex  -  Finish of On-drive.

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Mr. Pelham F. Warner, Middlesex - Finish of On-drive.
Ref: 2345916





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Mr. Gregor McGregor, Middlesex  -  About to take a ball on the leg side.

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Mr. Gregor McGregor, Middlesex - About to take a ball on the leg side.
Ref: 2345914





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Mr. J. Darling.  Captain of the Australian XI  -  Stepping out to drive.

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Mr. J. Darling. Captain of the Australian XI - Stepping out to drive.
Ref: 2345917





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.



Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 120.00
  



Mr. Reginald H. Spooner.  Lancashire  -  Finish of Off-drive along the Ground.

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Mr. Reginald H. Spooner. Lancashire - Finish of Off-drive along the Ground.
Ref: 2345918





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.Sharp crease in top left corner.



Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 65.00
  



Mr. Arthur Owen Jones.  Notts  -  On-side Push.

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Mr. Arthur Owen Jones. Notts - On-side Push.
Ref: 2345919





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.



Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.





Price: 95.00
  



The Hon. Francis Stanley Jackson. Yorkshire  -  Finishing Off-drive.

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The Hon. Francis Stanley Jackson. Yorkshire - Finishing Off-drive.
Ref: 2345922




One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.



Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.




Price: 120.00
  



A. A. Lilley.  Warwickshire  -  Stumping.

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A. A. Lilley. Warwickshire - Stumping.
Ref: 8989941





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



J. Iremonger.

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J. Iremonger.
Ref: 8989940





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler. The usual biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper is missing. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Mr A. J. Hopkins.  New South Wales  -  Awaiting the ball.

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Mr A. J. Hopkins. New South Wales - Awaiting the ball.
Ref: 8989939





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Mr H. V. Hesketh-Prichard.

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Mr H. V. Hesketh-Prichard.
Ref: 8989938





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler. The usual biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper is missing. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.





Price: 95.00
  



Mr Percy Perrin.  Essex  -  Ready to play.

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Mr Percy Perrin. Essex - Ready to play.
Ref: 8989937





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Mr J. J. Kelly.  Australia  -  Position behind wicket.

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Mr J. J. Kelly. Australia - Position behind wicket.
Ref: 8989936





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Leonard Braund.  Somerset.  -  Finish of Delivery.

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Leonard Braund. Somerset. - Finish of Delivery.
Ref: 8989935





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.





Price: 95.00
  



Mr W. H. B. Evans.  Oxford & Hampshire  -  Finishing Off Drive.

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Mr W. H. B. Evans. Oxford & Hampshire - Finishing Off Drive.
Ref: 8989934





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Mr S. E. Gregory.  New South Wales  -  Finish of On Drive.

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Mr S. E. Gregory. New South Wales - Finish of On Drive.
Ref: 8989933





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Mr M. A. Noble.  Australia  -  Finish of Leg Glance.

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Mr M. A. Noble. Australia - Finish of Leg Glance.
Ref: 8989932





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



Mr C. E. McLeod.  Victoria, Australia  -  Finish of forcing On-Side shot.

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Mr C. E. McLeod. Victoria, Australia - Finish of forcing On-Side shot.
Ref: 8989931





One of a series of colour lithographic portraits of cricketers on heavy grey paper, after drawings by A. Chevallier Tayler, each with a biographical sketch by G.W. Beldam printed on tissue paper. Mr G.W. Beldam, "of the Middlesex Eleven, well known as an author, an artist, and a first-class cricketer". Published in 'The Empire's Cricketers, 1905' for the Fine Art Society by Dawbarn & Ward, London. . The prints were lithographed by Spottiswoode & Co, London.




Approx 25.5cms by 38cms.






Price: 95.00
  



At Lord's Cricket Grouns :  The Eton and Harrow Match.

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At Lord's Cricket Grouns : The Eton and Harrow Match.
Ref: 8983195





An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on Saturday July 20th, 1872, with later hand colouring.




Approx 21.5cms by 25cms.




Price: 45.00
  



Jessop's Extraordinary Play Against South Africa.

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Jessop's Extraordinary Play Against South Africa.
Ref: 8980432






A full page from the Illustrated London News dated 6th July, 1907 carrying photographs of "Incidents at Lords on the first day of the match" between England and South Africa. One of the photographs shows Dr GRACE inspecting the wicket, another photo shows the two captains R.W. Sherwell S.A. and R.E. Foster. On the verso is a photograph of Mr Bonar Law M.P. 'The winner of the Parliamentary Golf Handicap'.




Approx 25cm by 31cm.





Price: 40.00
  



Some Famous Living Cricketers - A Portrait Group.

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Some Famous Living Cricketers - A Portrait Group.
Ref: 8980428



An antique woodcut engraving prepared for "The Graphic" news paper and published August 11th, 1883 with later hand colouring. A separate Key Block is included where each individual player is identified.


Approx 50.5cm by 30cm


Price: 55.00
  



Highlands.

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Highlands.
Ref: 2356973



An antique line engraving by H.A. Ogg after T. Henwood. Publshed in 1835 with later hand colouring. Cricket match in progress.

Approx 21cms by 14cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Frederick Robert "Fred" Spofforth.

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Frederick Robert "Fred" Spofforth.
Ref: 2356184




An antique print entitled "The Demon Bowler" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published July 13th, 1878.


Approx 20cms by 33cms.


Price: 295.00
  



Mr. Samuel Moses Jones Woods.

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Mr. Samuel Moses Jones Woods.
Ref: 8611





An antique print entitled "Sammy" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Stuff' was published on 6th August, 1892.


Approx 19cms by 32cms.


Price: 145.00
  



W.G. Grace.

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W.G. Grace.
Ref: 2356183





An antique print entitled "Cricket" produced for the famous Victorian Magazine "Vanity Fair" founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles which commenced publication in 1869. For about forty five years caricatures of famous and infamous personalities were carried in the weekly issues of Vanity Fair. Subjects included Royalty, judges, politicians, musicians, sportsmen, artists, actors and criminals of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. This print by 'Spy' was published June 9th, 1877 .


Approx 20cms by 33cms.


Price: 350.00
  



The Lancashire Cricket Club  -  Presentation to the Honorary Secretary.

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The Lancashire Cricket Club - Presentation to the Honorary Secretary.
Ref: 2352507




An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News" on December 8th, 1888. Short report included in the text on verso, of the presentation to Mr. Samuel H. Swire.


Approx 24cms by 33cms.


Price: 40.00
  



The Fieldsman.

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The Fieldsman.
Ref: 10639



This colour printed chromolithograph is from "Laws of Cricket" by Charles CROMBIE published by Perrier Ltd. in 1907.

Approx 21cms by 15cms.


Price: 125.00
  



The innings shall commence, after the ground has been swept and rolled unless the In - Side object.

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The innings shall commence, after the ground has been swept and rolled unless the In - Side object.
Ref: 10644



This colour printed chromolithograph is from "Laws of Cricket" by Charles CROMBIE published by Perrier Ltd. in 1907.

Approx 21cms by 15cms.


Price: 125.00
  



The bowler may make the batman (at the end from which he is bowling) stand on any side of the wicket which he may decide.

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The bowler may make the batman (at the end from which he is bowling) stand on any side of the wicket which he may decide.
Ref: 10645



This colour printed chromolithograph is from "Laws of Cricket" by Charles CROMBIE published by Perrier Ltd. in 1907.

Approx 21cms by 15cms.


Price: 125.00
  



When (in the opinion of the Umpire) six balls have been bowled he shall call "Over".

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When (in the opinion of the Umpire) six balls have been bowled he shall call "Over".
Ref: 10650



This colour printed chromolithograph is from "Laws of Cricket" by Charles CROMBIE published by Perrier Ltd. in 1907.

Approx 21cms by 15cms.


Price: 125.00
  



The University Cricket Match at Lords.

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The University Cricket Match at Lords.
Ref: 12495





A page from "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News" published on July 13th, 1901. The Oxford Captain was F.P. Knox and the Cambridge Captain was S.M. Day. Some old marginal tears not affecting the image.



Approx 24cms by 34cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Cricket  -  Philip Mead.

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Cricket - Philip Mead.
Ref: 7550





A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cricket  -  A.T. Barber.

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Cricket - A.T. Barber.
Ref: 7549





A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cricket  -  F.E. Woolley.

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Cricket - F.E. Woolley.
Ref: 7548





A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cricket  -  George Duckworth.

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Cricket - George Duckworth.
Ref: 7547





A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cricket  -  H.G. Deane.

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Cricket - H.G. Deane.
Ref: 7545





A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cricket  -  Tich Freeman.

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Cricket - Tich Freeman.
Ref: 7544





A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cricket  -  E. Tyldesley.

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Cricket - E. Tyldesley.
Ref: 7543





A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cricket  -  A.P.F. Chapman.

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Cricket - A.P.F. Chapman.
Ref: 7541





A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cricket  -  R.E.S.   Wyatt

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Cricket - R.E.S. Wyatt
Ref: 7540





A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cricket  -  Maurice Tate.

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Cricket - Maurice Tate.
Ref: 7539



A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Cricket  -  Wilfred Rhodes.

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Cricket - Wilfred Rhodes.
Ref: 7538





A rare print after Henry Coller (1886 - 1958) This was published in an early 20th century magazine circa 1928 - 1930. Henry Coller was a commercial artist and illustrator who prepared the artwork for five series of cigarette cards between 1928 and 1934. His entry in "Who's Who in Art" (6th edition) mentions sports sketches and drawings of sportsmen. This print is one of a collection of prints from a scrap book compiled in 1930.


Approx 16cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



W.G. Grace and Thomas Hayward.

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W.G. Grace and Thomas Hayward.
Ref: 6674








An article entitled "Chronicles of Cricket - Changes in the World-Fames Game" which appeared in "The Shere" on July 14th, 1900. It includes two photographs of W.G. Grace and Thomas Hayward.



Price: 30.00
  



Some Representative Cricketers.

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Some Representative Cricketers.
Ref: 5759


A double-page woodcut engraving entitled "SOME REPRESENTATIVE CRICKETERS". Published in "The Graphic" newspaper on July, 12th, 1890. Cricketers include W.G.Grace, Lord Harris and W.W.Read.


Approx 85cms by 35cms.


Price: 75.00
  



Cricket - Oxford and Cambridge at Lord's July 4, 5 and 6 1901.

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Cricket - Oxford and Cambridge at Lord's July 4, 5 and 6 1901.
Ref: 3382





A woodcut engraving by R. Cleaver published in "The Illustrated London News" on 13th July, 1901 with later hand colouring. References are made to E.R. Wilson and F.P. Knox who were participants in the game.




Approx 35cms by 22cms






Price: 55.00
  


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