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DAFT, (R.).
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:
In franked envelope, addressed in Daft's hand: 'C.P. Green Esq, Beresford House, Great Malvern.'
"...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...". Daft (1835-1900) 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.).
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 (1919-2008) 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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(ESSEX COUNTY CRICKET CLUB 1970).
An autograph sheet signed in ink by eleven members of the 1970 Essex team.
Signatures include: K. Boyce, R. Hobbs and J. Lever.
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(ESSEX COUNTY CRICKET CLUB 1971).
An official autograph sheet signed in ink by twelve members of the 1971 Essex team.
Signatures comprise: D. Acfield, K. Boyce, R. East, B. Edmeades, K. Fletcher, B. Francis, R. Hobbs, J. Lever, G. Saville, B. Taylor, S. Turner and B. Ward.
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FAULKNER, (G.A.).
A clear ink signature.
Faulkner (1881-1930) played 25 Test matches for South Africa between 1906 and 1924.
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FORD, (F.G.J.).
An ink signature.
Ford (1866-1940) played for Middlesex between 1886 and 1899. He played five Test matches for England in 1894 and 1895.
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FREEMAN, (D.).
A one page signed autograph letter from Douglas Freeman to Mr. G. Holmes. Dated 15th August 1988. On personal notepaper headed 2 Jackson Street Balgowlah, NSW, Australia.
'...I enclose an action photograph...I played in the 3 tour matches against D.R. Jardine's great 1932/33 side. To my surprise I am still listed in Wisden as New Zealand's youngest player...' Freeman (1914-1994) played two Test matches for New Zealand during the 1932-33 England bodyline tour of Australia and New Zealand.
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FRY, (C.B.).
A two page initialled autograph letter from C.B. Fry to Mr. Thorpe. On notepaper headed 9 Ashburn Gardens, S.W.7, dated 2nd March 1934.
'...next Sunday I can't be at Hamble 'cos I've got to go to Lewes...that weekend. But you must come soon...' Fry (1872-1956) played for Oxford University between 1892 and 1895, for Sussex between 1894 and 1908, and for Hampshire between 1909 and 1921. He played 26 Test matches for England between 1896 and 1912.
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FRY, (C.B.). (1872-1956).
A one page autograph letter from Percy Warren to C.B. Fry, asking Fry for an autograph.
Fry has added a short pencil note, signed, at the foot of the letter: 'Memo. Sorry but I am not in the photo! Otherwise I'll be only too glad. C.B. Fry.' Fry (1872-1956) played for Oxford University between 1892 and 1895, for Sussex between 1894 and 1908, and for Hampshire between 1909 and 1921. He played 26 Test matches for England between 1896 and 1912. Perhaps the most talented of all English athletes, Fry played cricket and soccer for England, and also held the world long jump record.
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FRY, (C.B.). (1872-1956).
A signed postcard from C.B. Fry to J.W. Robertson-Scott. Addressed in Fry's hand and stamped. Dated 12th March 1954.
'...No. I didn't know of the biography; but all those big Liberals wanted to write their lives. I did Grey or aided in his Autobio...safe man. J.A.S...' The letter is written to the journalist and author J.W. Robertson-Scott (1866-1942). JAS refers to John Alfred Spender (1862-1942) who was a British journalist, newspaper editor and author. He was a member of the Liberal Party and edited the Westminster Gazette between 1896 and 1922. Fry (1872-1956) played for Oxford University between 1892 and 1895, for Sussex between 1894 and 1908, and for Hampshire between 1909 and 1921. He played 26 Test matches for England between 1896 and 1912. Perhaps the most talented of all English athletes, Fry played cricket and soccer for England, and also held the world long jump record.
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