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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 weelky 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


S. Haig

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S. Haig Ref: 2345926



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: 60.00


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


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


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. 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. 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


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. 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


Dr. W.G. Grace, Gloucestershire and London County  -  Beginning of Off-Stroke.

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Dr. W.G. Grace, Gloucestershire and London County - Beginning of Off-Stroke. Ref: 2345913



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: 250.00


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


A Ladies Cricket Match  -  Harrow versus Pinner.  Played at Harrow School Grounds.

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A Ladies Cricket Match - Harrow versus Pinner. Played at Harrow School Grounds. Ref: 12494





Antique woodcut engravings drawn by George Du Maurier which were published in "The Graphic" newspaper on Saturday, August 18th, 1888. Later coloured by hand.




Approx 23cms by 30cms.  


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


Some Famous Living Cricketers - A Portrait Group.

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Some Famous Living Cricketers - A Portrait Group. Ref: 474

An engraving prepared for "The Graphic" news paper and published August 11th, 1883.Later colouring.
Approx 50.5cm by 30cm 


Price: 65.00


Cricket - Surrey v. Oxford University at The Oval

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Cricket - Surrey v. Oxford University at The Oval Ref: 503




An engraving prepared for the front page "The Illustrated London News" newspaper published June 29th 1901. Later coloured by hand.





Approx 31.5cm by 21.5cm 


Price: 45.00


Cricket at Lord's - "Eton and Harrow"

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Cricket at Lord's - "Eton and Harrow" Ref: 504

An engraving prepared for the front page "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News" newspaper published, July 21st, 1877. Later coloured by hand. Repaired tear in bottom left corner of printed area. No paper loss.

Approx 33cm by 22cm 


Price: 45.00


Jessop's Extraordinary Play Against South Africa.

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Jessop's Extraordinary Play Against South Africa. Ref: 1200


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.

Approx 25cm by 38cm. 


Price: 45.00


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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