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BROMLEY-DAVENPORT, (H.R.). (1870-1954). (Middlesex and England).
A piece of card signed and inscribed by Bromley-Davenport.
Size 14.5cms x 8cms.
'With all good luck and may The Cricketer's Club continue to flourish - "Keep your promise, Keep your temper, Keep your wicket up."...' Bromley-Davenport played for Middlesex between 1896 and 1898. He played four Test matches for England between 1896 and 1899.
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BUCKENHAM, (C.P.). (1876-1937). (Essex and England).
A clear pencil signature.
Buckenham played for Essex between 1899 and 1914. He played four Test matches for England in 1910.
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CHAPPELL, (G.S.). (1948- ). (Australia).
A very interesting two page signed autograph letter from Greg Chappell to Roger, dated 21st August 1985. On headed notepaper.
"I consider myself fortunate to have played in so much Test cricket...of the really outstanding games...I would choose the 1972 Lord's Test dubbed "Massies Test"... where I played my best innings in Test cricket, 131 in the first innings. As for the best player I played with I would narrow it down to three players, Dennis Lillee, Rod Marsh and Ian Chappell".
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COMPTON, (D.C.S.). (1918-1997). (Middlesex and England).
A one page typed letter, signed, from Denis Compton to Miss Susan Hester. On notepaper headed University College Hospital, W.C.1. Dated 14th November 1955.
Top corner laid down on card.
'...This is just to thank you and your family for your good wishes, which are very much appreciated...' Compton played for Middlesex between 1936 and 1958. He played 78 Test matches for England between 1937 and 1957.
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COTTER, (A.). (1884-1917). (New South Wales and Australia).
A clear ink signature.
Cotter played 21 Test matches for Australia between 1904 and 1912. He was killed in action during the First World War.
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DAFT, (Richard). (1835-1900). (Nottinghamshire).
An initialled postcard from Richard Daft to C.P. Green. Undated, postmarked 6th January 1893.
Addressed in Daft's hand: 'C.P. Green Esq, Beresford House, Gt. Malvern.'
'...Mr Dixon's business address is Howards Gate, Nottingham. I do not know his private one.' Daft played for Nottinghamshire between 1858 and 1891 and was regarded by his contemporaries as the best professional batsman in England.
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DAFT, (Richard). (1835-1900). (Nottinghamshire).
An interesting two page signed autograph letter from Richard Daft to Charles Pratt Green. Regarding his forthcoming publication Kings of Cricket. Headed Radcliffe-on-Trent and dated 20th April 1892:
"...I am writing my publishers & when I get their reply I will write Mr. Allcock [sic] direct. I don't think there will be any objection at all to his making quotations from the work when he thinks well & as you say it would be an excellent help to the sale when it appears in Book form...". In franked envelope, addressed in Daft's hand: 'C.P. Green Esq, Beresford House, Great Malvern.' Daft played for Nottinghamshire between 1858 and 1891. At one time regarded as the best professional batsman in England. He headed the first-class averages in 1867 and was second in 1869, 1870, 1871 and 1873.
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DAWSON, (O.C.). (1919- ). (South Africa).
A one page signed autograph letter from O.C. Dawson to an unnamed correspondent, addressed Junior. Headed Park Lane Hotel, Piccadilly, London, and dated 30th June, 1947.
'...Enclosed please find two tickets for the Test match at the Oval..' With a portion of one of these tickets, for 16th August 1947, loosely inserted. Dawson played for Natal between 1938/39 and 1949/50. He played nine Test matches for South Africa between 1947 and 1949.
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(ENGLAND 1930-31 TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA).
An official Christmas card, containing a team photograph, sent by the M.C.C. team which toured South Africa in 1930-31. Clearly signed in ink by thirteen members of the M.C.C. team, and the Manager.
SIGNED BY THIRTEEN MEMBERS OF THE M.C.C. TEAM, and the Manager as follows: A.P.F. Chapman, M.J.C. Allom, W. Farrimond, T.W. Goddard, E.H. Hendren, H.W. Lee, M. Leyland, I.A.R. Peebles, M.W. Tate. M.J. Turnbull, W. Voce, R.E.S. Wyatt and J.C. White. The only members of the team not to have signed the card are G. Duckworth, W.R. Hammond and A. Sandham.
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(ENGLAND 1956-57 TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA).
An official autograph sheet clearly signed in ink by fifteen members of the England team which toured South Africa in 1956-57, and their manager.
Excellent condition.
Signatures comprise: T.E. Bailey, D.C.S. Compton, M.C. Cowdrey, T.G. Evans, D.J. Insole, J.C. Laker, P.J. Loader, G.A.R. Lock, P.B.H. May, A. Oakman, P.E. Richardson, J.B. Statham, B. Taylor, F.H. Tyson and J.H. Wardle. Also signed by the manager F.R. Brown. The only member of the England team not to have signed the sheet is J.M. Parks, who only played one match before he left the tour through injury.
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