Cricket Prints & Paintings

Lot 898:
Lot 898
Leonard Stewart 'Len' Darling. Victoria & Australia 1926-1937. Attractive original mono pen, ink and watercolour caricature of Darling playing a shot to leg, by Brodie Mack. Signed by Darling and the artist. Originally published in the Star newspaper, Johannesburg 1935. To verso, copyright stamp to verso confirming the purchase of the usage rights from the artist dated 31st October (1935), with Mack's address label for Sydney, New South Wales. 7.5"x12". Small tear and creasing to corners, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £100
Brodie Mack was an artist, illustrator and theatrical entrepreneur based in New Zealand and Australia
Lot 899:
No lot
Estimate: £0/0
Hammer price: withdrawn
Lot 900:
Lot 900
England and County cricketers. Good collection of original drawings and caricatures in pencil or ink, some signed by the featured player, artist unknown. Signed drawings include Len Hutton, Graeme Pollock, Tony Brown (Gloucestershire), Barry Stead (Nottinghamshire). Unsigned drawings include Hobbs and Sutcliffe, Maurice Tate, Colin Cowdrey, etc. Qty 16. G/VG
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £55
Lot 901:
Lot 901
William Henry 'Bill' Copson. Derbyshire & England 1932-1950. Original colour artwork by Mike Tarr of Copson, head and shoulders in blazer and cricket attire. Produced by Tarr for trade cards in the 1990s. 6.5"x7.5". VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £105
Lot 902:
Lot 902
Alfred Ernest Dipper. Gloucestershire & England 1908-1932. Original colour artwork by Mike Tarr of Dipper, head and shoulders in cap and blazer. Produced by Tarr for trade cards in the 1990s. 6.5"x7.5". VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £92
Lot 903:
Lot 903
Arthur Percy Frank Chapman. Cambridge University, Kent & England 1920-1938. Original colour artwork by Mike Tarr of Chapman, head and shoulders in striped blue and yellow blazer. Tarr's monogram 'T' to lower right corner. Produced by Tarr for trade cards in the 1990s. 6.5"x7.5". VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £50
Lot 904:
Lot 904
Bryan Herbert Valentine. Kent, Cambridge University & England 1928-1948. Original colour artwork by Mike Tarr of Valentine, head and shoulders in striped red, green and white blazer. Tarr's monogram 'T' to lower right corner. Produced by Tarr for trade cards in the 1990s. VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £55
Lot 905:
Lot 905
Kenneth Lotherington Hutchings. Kent & England 1902-1912. Original colour artwork by Mike Tarr of Hutchings, head and shoulders in striped pale blue and black blazer. Tarr's monogram 'T' to lower right corner. Produced by Tarr for trade cards in the 1990s. 6.5"x7.5". VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £55
Lot 906:
Lot 906
George Geary. Leicestershire & England 1912-1938. Original colour artwork by Mike Tarr of Geary, head and shoulders in cap and green blazer with gold trim. Produced by Tarr for trade cards in the 1990s. 6.75"x7.5". VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £40
Lot 907:
Lot 907
Greville Thomas Scott Stevens. Oxford Univerity, Middlesex & England 1920-1932. Original colour artwork by Mike Tarr of Stevens, head and shoulders in Oxford University cap and cricket attire. Produced by Tarr for trade cards in the 1990s. 6.5"x7.5". VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £50
Lot 908:
Lot 908
George Edward Tribe. Victoria, Northamptonshire & Australia 1945-1959. Original colour artwork by Mike Tarr of Tribe, head and shoulders in cricket attire. Tarr's monogram 'T' to lower right corner. Produced by Tarr for trade cards in the 1990s. 6.5"x7.5". VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £50
Lot 909:
Lot 909
Henry Dudley Gresham Leveson-Gower. Oxford University, Surrey & England 1893-1920. Original colour artwork by Mike Tarr of Leveson-Gower, head and shoulders in England cap and M.C.C. tour blazer. Produced by Tarr for trade cards in the 1990s. 5.5"x7.5". VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £60
Lot 910:
Lot 910
Andrew Sandham. Surrey & England 1911-1937. Original colour artwork by Mike Tarr of Sandham, head and shoulders in brown Surrey blazer. Signed in pencil to lower border by Tarr. Produced by Tarr for trade cards in the 1990s. 6.5"x7.5". VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £45
Lot 911:
Collection of ten water colour paintings by 'Astor' in the manner of Vanity Fair lithographs. All uniformly and attractively framed and glazed. Players are Abel, Dalmeny, Bonnor, Stoddart, Bosanquet, Palairet, Lyttleton, Spofforth, Ranjitsinhji and Jessop. Overall 9.75"x13.5". G
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 912:
Lot 912
Victoria v New South Wales 1952/53. '"The Barnstormers". Victoria Cross!'. Original pen and ink caricature/ cartoon artwork by artist Samuel Wells for publication in an Australian newspaper. The cartoon relates to the close of the second day's play in the Sheffield Shield match, Melbourne, 21st-25th November 1952, Victoria having scored 347 and New South Wales on 320-2. The main part of the cartoon shows Barnes (136no) dressed as a clown painting the New South Wales score on a board, Morris (69) looking on chuckling, 'Excuse us larfin'', and Burke (67no) and Carroll (44) dancing together behind, 'They ain't seen nuthin' yet!'. Other references show Hassett praying for rain, 'With the 2 B's Barnes & Burke still there & Miller, de Courcy, Benaud, Lindwall & their latest batting babe Ian Craig to follow- we reckon Hassett better start praying for rain or an earthquake otherwise Vic will never get 'em out'. It also describes 'A black day for Vic bowlers', and bored selectors predicting Sam Loxton will be the only Victoria player likely to be picked in the Tests based on performances in this match. 11.25"x18". Pin holes to corners not affecting the cartoon, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £85
Wells born in 1885 worked drawing sporting cartoons for the Melbourne Punch, Herald and The Age and also worked for the Daily Dispatch in the UK New South Wales ended their first innings all out for 567, Barnes 152, de Courcy 110no, Benaud 69. Victoria were then bowled out for 185 in their second innings for New South Wales to win by an innings and 35 runs
Lot 913:
Lot 913
South Africa tour to Australia 1952/53. 'Hassett the Asset Bakes "A Cake" in Adelaide'. Original pen and ink caricature/ cartoon artwork by artist Samuel Wells for publication in the Melbourne Age. The cartoon relates to the conclusion of the drawn fourth Test played at Adelaide, 24th-29th January 1953. The cartoon depicts Hassett dressed as a chef baking a cake with ingredients '8th Century in Tests, 53 in 1st Class Games', and below is shown a South African batsman sobbing against a wall on which is displayed Australia's first innings total of 530, Hassett's score of 163, McDonald's 154, Harvey 84, Hole 59 and Ring 28, '"The Wailing Wall". Looked like if S. Africa would need a bulldozer to bring it down'. Also depicted on the wall are Johnston (5/110) and Benaud (4/118) with despondent batsmen Watkins, 'Fun' (Funston), Melle and Mansell looking on. Other areas of the cartoon feature Hassett and McDonald shaking hands celebrating their stand of 275 to beat Woodfull and Bradman's previous record by one run, and Morris (77) and Harvey (116) in Australia's second innings, 'But it was all in vain' as a shocked kangaroo is told 'Time Gentlemen Please' and Australia are described as 'The Laughing Stock' with the 'World' looking on laughing. 11.25"x18". G/VG
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £40
Lot 914:
Lot 914
'A Trip into the Christmasphere' 1957. Original pen and ink caricature/ cartoon artwork by artist Samuel Wells for publication in an Australian newspaper around Christmas 1957. Hand written title in pencil to top border, 'Happy Landing, Fellers!'. Celebrating Australian sporting achievements in 1956 and looking forward to 1957, the cartoon depicts a hot air balloon in the form of a jovial winking Father Christmas floating over the sea with a grinning leaping fish in the background. In the basket of the balloon are a group of notable Australian sportsman including cricketers Colin McDonald, Norman O'Neill and 'Ben' (Richie Benaud), with the golfer Peter Thomson, and tennis players Mal Anderson and Ashley Cooper. Above, on the horizon, is a table laden with a 'Century Pudding', a sack of 'Prosperity' with the tag '"Sparkling" Cricket', the Ashes urn labelled 'Recovery of Ashes' and a trophy, probably the Australian tennis open trophy, labelled 'Hold that Cup'. In the top corner is the Sputnik satellite sending the message 'Eat Drink & B. Merry'. 11.25"x18". Excellent condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: unsold
Tennis player Ashley Cooper won the Australian Open in 1957 and retained the title in 1958. The golfer, Peter Thomson, had won the (British) Open Championship in 1954, 1955 and 1956, was runner-up in 1957, before winning the title again in 1958. In the following Ashes series when M.C.C. toured in 1958/59, Australia regained the Ashes for the first time since 1950/51
Lot 915:
Lot 915
M.C.C. tour to Australia 1965/66. 'Lion Down- Takes a Tumble'. Original pen and ink caricature/ cartoon artwork by artist Samuel Wells for publication in the Melbourne Age, 26th November 1965. The cartoon marks Victoria's first win in forty one years against M.C.C. in the match played at Melbourne, 19th-23rd November 1965. The cartoon depicts '"Alan Conn-tinu-olly" 4/84', an Australian batsman with a knot tied in its tail diving onto a prostrate lion with a bat showing the M.C.C. scores of 211 and 306, and 'Happy Billy Boy [Bill Lawrie, Captain] did everything just right- where there's a 'Will' (Lawry) there's a way'. Below, Lawry is shown shaking the hand of Graeme Watson, and 'Full marks to "Kennie the Knocker" [Ken Barrington] for his 158- probably would still be there only for umpire Collicoat & his poor batting mates' and the '"Dux" of the class', M.C.C. batsmen Murray, Jones, Brown, Higgs and Barber who all scored ducks in the match. Finally, a view of a flooded cricket ground with rowing and sailing boats, '"You Rower!" 2nd wash out for M.C.C. visit to Euroa- time they changed it to "You Rower" & turned it into aquatic events'. 12.25"x18". Excellent condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £140
Victoria beat M.C.C. by 32 runs. The following tour match v Victoria Country at the Memorial Oval, Euroa, was washed out without a ball being bowled
Lot 916:
Lot 916
India tour to Australia 1947/48. 'Indians' Keen Cricket Follower!' Large original pen and ink caricature/ cartoon artwork, highlighted with colour, for 'The Herald' newspaper by artist Samuel Wells. The cartoon, date stamped to verso 19th December 1947, depicts a large man with 'Jupe Pluvius (The Drip)' to the front of his costume, bearing a watering can with labels for 'Brisbane', 'Sydney' and 'Melb?' shown underneath an extract from Coleridge's poem, the Ancient Mariner. Water is being poured over the manager of the Indian touring party, Pankaj Gupta, depicted with a fish's tail, smoking a pipe, holding a cricket bat and holding a piece of paper which reads, 'Ruined Gate Receipts'. The cartoon, signed by Wells, measures 15.5"x20". Minor damage to extremities, otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £180
The 1947/48 tour to Australia was the first by 'India' rather than 'All-India', following the partitioning of India, Pakistan and Ceylon in 1947. The first two matches of the Test series were hampered by wet weather, Australia winnings the first Test at Brisbane by an innings and 226 runs, the second Test at Sydney being drawn. Australia ended winning the five match series 4-0, with the Indian touring party making a significant financial loss. 'Pluvius' (giver of rain) is one of a number of weather-related epithets connected with the Roman god, Jupiter
Lot 917:
Lot 917
Australia 1948. 'Tain't Cricket- It's Skittles!! that was played at the MCG Saturday'. Original pen and ink caricature/ cartoon artwork, highlighted with colour, for 'The Herald' newspaper by artist Samuel Wells. The cartoon, date stamped to verso 28th February 1948, relates to the Sheffield Shield match, Victoria v South Australia, 20th-24th February 1948. At the end of the second day's play Victoria were '7 for 127' with Victoria players depicted as skittles having been sent flying by the ball, with the South Australia bowlers, 'Geoff' Noblet and 'Bruce' Dooland, shown with devils tails and shaking hands. Below are caricatures of players including the South Australia captain, Ridings riding on the 'Vic. bowlers' as if on horseback, '(Rough) Ridings 186no', Lindsay Hassett and Ken Meuleman shown as 'A couple of dooks' having both made ducks, and the Test selectors including Bradman, 'must be wondering if they've picked the right blokes for Blightly!'. The cartoon, signed by Wells, measures 15"x19.5". G
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: unsold
South Australia won the match by eight wickets
Lot 918:
Lot 918
South Africa tour to Australia 1963/64. 'Sacking the Springbok'. Original pen and ink caricature/ cartoon artwork by artist Samuel Wells. The cartoon relates to the close of the fourth day's play in the second Test match, Melbourne, 1st-6th January 1964, with Australia needing 41 runs to win. Bob Simpson (32no) and Peter Burge (7no) are seen beating a Springbok with their bats as they force it into a sack, with Bill Lawry (20) and Ian Redpath (25) lying on the ground looking on. Also featured are South Africans Waite (77) and the Pithey brothers depicted as Springboks with horns etc. Mounted framed and glazed overall 18.5"x16.5". Some ink staining, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £25
Australia sealed their win on the final day without further loss to win by eight wickets
Lot 919:
Lot 919
William Gilbert Grace. Archibald Stuart Wortley 1890. Large limited edition colour oleographic reproduction of the famous painting of Grace which hangs in the Long Room at Lord's. From the M.C.C. Portfolio of prints. Excellent image. Attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Overall 28.5"x32.5". VG
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £62
Lot 920:
Lot 920
'To Benjamin Aislabie Esq, the zealous supporter of the noble game of cricket. These sketches of celebrated players are by permission, most respectfully dedicated by his obliged and obedient servant. W.H. Mason. London. Mr James Dark. Lord' Cricket Ground. Ackerman & Co Strand'. Mono aquatints, four on a single sheet of cricketers Fuller Pilch, William Lillywhite, Thomas Box and Jas Cobbett by C. Hunt. Mounted, framed and glazed in modern mount, overall 21"x24". Minor fading, odd minor faults, otherwise in good condition. Rare
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £100
Lot 921:
Lot 921
Percy Chapman.'Team-work Wins!' Large original colour poster issued by National Services Ltd, London. The poster features a stylised view of a cricket match in progress, by the artist W.H. Goss, with the caption 'Chapman says - "The secret of their success is their magnificent team-work. Every man pulled his weight". Hear! Hear! says Bob Briton'. Date to verso '26th April 1930'. Approx 29.5"x20". VG - cricket
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £95
Lot 922:
Lot 922
'Rugby School- New Big Side'. Large etching, by Fred Hunter after H.J. Brooks, showing a cricket match in progress in front of the school buildings with spectators to foreground. Published by Dickinson & Foster, London, 2nd December 1889. Signed by the two artists to lower margin. Attractively mounted, framed and glazed, overall 27"x21.5". Good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 923:
'Charterhouse'. Large etching, by F.G. Stevenson and A.H. Wardlow after H.J. Brooks, showing two cricket matches in progress in front of the school buildings with spectators to back and foreground. Published by Dickinson & Foster, London, 2nd December 1889. Signed by the two artists to lower margin. Attractively mounted, framed and glazed, overall 31"x22". Good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 924:
Lot 924
'Eton v Winchester'. Large hand colour etching, by F.G. Stevenson after H. Jamyn Brook, showing a cricket match in progress with spectators to fore and background. Published by Dickinson & Foster, London, 2nd December 1889. Signed by the two artists to lower margin. Attractively mounted, framed and glazed, overall 31"x18.5". Good condition. A rarer image
Estimate: £180/250
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 925:
Lot 925
'Highlands'. Colour engraving featuring the highlands in Sussex with a cricket match in progress. Engraved by H.A Ogg from the drawing by T. Henwood. Titled to lower margin. Attractively mounted, framed and glazed, overall 14"x12". VG
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £20
Lot 926:
Cricket prints, paintings and ceramics. Prints include Jas Cobbett 1826-1835. Original aquatint engraving, highlighted in colour, of Cobbett holding a cricket ball by Charles Hunt. Published by W.H. Mason, Brighton, May 16th 1841. Framed and glazed in contemporary frame, overall 8"x9.5". Minor foxing to image, otherwise in good condition. 'Fuller Pilch of Canterbury. Born 1803. Height 6 ft 1/2 in. Sketches at Lords No. 7'. Published by John Corbet Anderson and Frederick Lillywhite on 1st March 1852. Mounted, framed and glazed, overall 13"x16". Good condition. Three Chevallier-Taylor lithographs of Yorkshire cricketers, G.H. Hirst, F.S. Jackson and W. Rhodes. Uniformly mounted, framed and glazed, overall 13.5"x19". Odd faults, generally good condition. Ceramics include a W.G. Grace Royal Doulton ceramic caricature toby jug of 'The Champion. W.G. Grace' 1989. 4" tall. Limited edition no. 6519/9500 etc. G
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £65
Lot 927:
Lot 927
'Lord's May 30th 1895. The Champion Completes another Century'. Mono lithographic print depicting Grace batting at Lord's viewed from short fine-leg with the grandstand and scoreboard in the background. Publisher unknown. The print measures approx. 9"x7", mounted, framed and glazed overall 16.25"x14.25". Foxing to print, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/80
Hammer price: £45
Lot 928:
Lancashire & Yorkshire. John Thomas Tyldesley, Lancashire & England 1895-1923. Original Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Tyldesley. 'Forty-six Centuries in eleven years' by SPY. Sold with Albert Nielson Hornby, Lancashire & England 1867-1899. Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Hornby. 'Monkey'. August 15th 1891 by STUFF. Plus Hon Frank Stanley Jackson, Surrey & England 1890-1907. Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Jackson. 'A Flannelled Fighter'. August 28th 1902 by Spy and George Herbert Hirst, Yorkshire & England 1891-1929. Vanity Fair. 'Yorkshire'. Original colour chromolithograph of Hirst by SPY, dated 20th August 1903. All four loose as issued and in good+ condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 929:
Middlesex. Bernard James Tindall Bosanquet, Middlesex & England 1898-1919. Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Bosanquet. 'An Artful Bowler'. September 15th 1904 by Spy, Hylton Philipson. Oxford University, Middlesex & England 1887-1898. Vanity Fair. 'Oxford Cricket'. Original colour chromolithograph of Philipson by SPY and dated June 29th 1889 and Pelham Francis Warner, Middlesex & England 1894-1929. Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Warner. 'Plum'. September 3rd 1903 by Spy. All three loose as issued and in good+ condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £55
Lot 930:
Somerset. Samuel Moses James Woods, Somerset, England & Australia 1886-1910. Original Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Woods. 'Sammy'. August 6th 1892 by Stuff. Sold with Lionel Charles Hamilton Palairet, Somerset & England 1890-1909. Vanity Fair. 'Repton, Oxford & Somerset'. Original colour chromolithograph of Palairet by SPY, dated 6th August 1903. Both loose as issued and in good+ condition
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 931:
Australia. Frederick Robert Spofforth. New South Wales, Victoria & Australia 1874-1888. Vanity Fair. 'The Demon Bowler'. Original colour chromolithograph of Spofforth by Spy, dated July 13th 1878. Sold with George John Bonnor. New South Wales & Australia. Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Bonnor. 'Australian Cricket'. September 13th 1884 by APE. Both loose as issued and in good+ condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £70
Lot 932:
Lot 932
Yorkshire. Lord Hawke, Cambridge University, Yorkshire & England 1882-1912. Original Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Hawke, 'Yorkshire Cricket', dated 24th September 1892 by SPY. Sold with George Herbert Hirst, Yorkshire & England 1891-1929. Vanity Fair. 'Yorkshire'. Original colour chromolithograph of Hirst by SPY, dated 20th August 1903. Both loose as issued and in good/ very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £120
Lot 933:
Lot 933 Lot 933
Middlesex. Hylton Philipson, Oxford University, Middlesex & England 1887-1898. Original Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Philipson, Oxford Cricket', dated 29th June 1889 by SPY. Andrew Ernest Stoddart, Middlesex & England 1885-1900. Vanity Fair. 'A big hitter'. Original colour chromolithograph of Stoddart by Stuff, dated 9th July 1892. Bernard James Tindall Bosanquet, Oxford University, Middlesex & England 1898-1919. Vanity Fair. 'An artful bowler'. Original colour chromolithograph of Bosanquet by SPY, dated 15th September 1904. Pelham Francis Warner, Oxford University, Middlesex & England 1894-1920. Vanity Fair. 'Plum'. Original colour chromolithograph of Warner by SPY, dated 3rd September 1903. All four loose as issued. Odd minor faults to borders, otherwise in good/ very good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £70
Lot 934:
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Surrey, Hampshire & Somerset. Edward George Wynyard, Hampshire & England 1878-1908. Original Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Wynyard, 'Hampshire', dated 25th August 1898 by CG. Lionel Charles Hamilton Palairet, Oxford University, Somerset & England 1890-1909. Vanity Fair. 'Repton, Oxford & Somerset'. Original colour chromolithograph of Palairet by SPY, dated 6th August 1903. Robert Abel, Surrey & England 1881-1904. Vanity Fair. 'Bobby'. Original colour chromolithograph of Abel by SPY, dated 5th June 1902. Digby Loder Armroid Jephson, Cambridge University & Surrey 1890-1904. Vanity Fair. 'The Lobster'. Original colour chromolithograph of Jephson by SPY, dated 22nd May 1902. All four loose as issued. Odd minor faults to borders, otherwise in good/ very good condition. Qty 4
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 935:
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Middlesex, Surrey and Hampshire. Andrew Ernest Stoddart, Middlesex & England 1885-1900. Original Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Stoddart. 'A Big hitter'. 9th July 1892 by Stuff. Walter William Read, Surrey & England 1873-1897. Vanity Fair. 'W.W.'. Original colour chromolithograph of Read by LIB. 28th July 1888. Hylton Philipson, Middlesex & England. Original Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Philipson, 'Oxford Cricket'. 29th June 1889 by SPY. Bernard James Tindall Bosanquet, Middlesex & England 1898-1919. Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Bosanquet. 'An Artful Bowler'. 15th September 1904 by SPY. Edward George Wynyard, Hampshire & England 1878-1908. Original Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of Wynyard, 'Hampshire', 25th August 1898 by CG (2 copies). All six loose as issued. Faults to some borders, otherwise in good condition. Qty 6
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 936:
Worcestershire C.C.C. Two Chevallier-Taylor lithographs of Worcestershire players, E.G. Arnold and H.K. Foster. Attractively and uniformly mounted, framed and glazed, each 15.5"x19.5". Sold with a poster produced to commemorate Graeme Hick hundred centuries in first class cricket, with each century listed. Signed by Hick. Framed and glazed, 17"x13". Qty 3. VG
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 937:
Kent and Yorkshire prints. Two Chevallier-Taylor lithographs of Lord Harris and C.J. Burnup of Kent. Uniformly framed and glazed, approx. 15"x10". Also an original colour chromolithograph of 'Yorkshire', George Hirst by SPY, dated August 20th 1903. Mounted framed and glazed overall 17.5"11.5". Mono photograph of Wilfred Rhodes, full length in England blazer and Yorkshire cap. Mounted, framed and glazed overall 14.5"x11.75". Qty 4. G
Estimate: £20/30
Hammer price: £10
Lot 938:
'Lord's'. Alan Fearnley. Large colour print of the ground by Fearnley. Signed to lower border by Denis Compton. Mounted, framed and glazed. Sold with two Durham limited edition cricket prints. The first 'The University Ground, Durham' by Roy Perry. Limited edition 71/250 and signed by Perry. The other 'Durham v Surrey 1992' by Bill Hudson. Limited edition 13/600 and signed by Hudson. Both attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Plus a set of Players 'Cricketers' 1938 in album. G. Qty 4
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £25
Lot 939:
Lot 939
Don Bradman. New South Wales, South Australia & Australia 1927-1949. Original bookplate printed photograph from a Sport and General Supplement of Bradman standing full length in batting attire. Minor ageing, otherwise in very good condition. Excellent image
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: £20
This was the first supplement picture of Bradman issued just before his first Test appearance
Lot 940:
Lot 940
'Lord's Cricket Ground'. Alan Fearnley. Large limited edition colour print produced to commemorate the Centenary Test in 1980, England v Australia. Signed to lower border by the England team from that game. Twelve signatures including Botham, Gower, Boycott, Old, Gooch, Gatting, Bairstow etc. Limited edition 119/850. Also signed by the artist Fearnley. Published in 1980. Mounted, framed and glazed, 28"x24.5" overall. G/VG
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 941:
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'Leicestershire, 1996 Britannic Assurance County Champions'. Full colour limited edition print by Artist Tony Booker. Limited edition 97/500. The print depicts fourteen members of the squad. Signed by all players featured including Simmons, Mullally, Maddy, Wells, Habib etc. 16"x20". Mounted framed and glazed, overall 18.5"x25". Sold with a colour watercolour of Darren Maddy in batting action, limited edition no. 5/20. Mounted, framed and glazed overall 13.5"x17.5". Qty 2. G/VG
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 942:
Lot 942
'The Fast Men'. Dennis Lillee, Jeff Thomson and Rodney Hogg. Very large print featuring three photographs of each of the Australian bowlers celebrating taking a wicket. Each image nicely signed by the respective player. Limited edition no. 666/2000. Published by Moments in Time. Certificate of authenticity mounted to verso, signed by Hogg and dated 10th May 2000. Mounted, framed and glazed overall 46"x26.5". G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £65
Lot 943:
Lot 943
Lord's Taverners. 'The Old Tavern Lord's', Jack Russell, 1993. Large limited edition 265/500 print of a view of the Old Tavern, with a fielder standing in the outfield and a large crowd in attendance. The print is signed by the artist Russell, Sir John Mills and Sir Harry Secombe, both past President of Lord's Taverners and Denis Compton. Mounted framed and glazed, overall 25"x26". VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £40
Lot 944:
Lot 944
'The View from the Boundary. Cricketing Legends from Yorkshire's Golden Era'. Large limited edition 463/700 print published in 2005 of Fred Trueman seated to the centre demonstrating his bowling grip, surrounded by Ray Illingworth, Brian Close and Geoff Boycott in later years. The print is signed in pencil to the border by the artist John Blakey and all four featured players. Mounted framed and glazed, overall 31"x28". VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £25
Lot 945:
Alan Knott. Kent & England. FICA International Cricket Hall of Fame. Colour print of Knott window mounted with career details to side etc. Limited edition no. 7/600. Alan Knott's personal copy. Framed and glazed overall 21"x19". VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £20
Lot 946:
'Crowd around a Cricket Sight Board'. L.S. Lowry. Reproduction print of 850 copies published after the artists death and stamped by the Fine Art Trade Guild. Limited edition 813/850. 34.5"x14.25". VG
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £80

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