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AIRD, (R.). (1902-1986). (Hampshire).
A one page typed letter, signed, from Ronald Aird to Ron Yeomans. On official M.C.C. headed notepaper. Dated 26th April, 1955.
'...I shall be delighted to sign your name in the Visitors Book so that you may come into the Pavilion...' Aird played for Hampshire between 1920 and 1938. He was President of M.C.C. in 1968-69.
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ALTHAM, (H.S.). (1888-1965). (Surrey and Hampshire).
An autograph postcard from H.S. Altham to John Arlott, initialled. Headed King's Mead, Winchester. Undated.
'...Thank you very much for The Playfair. Quite excellent on Hampshire...HSA.' Altham played for Surrey between 1908 and 1912, and for Hampshire between 1919 and 1923. He was a leading cricket historian.
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AMES, (L.E.G.). (1905-1990). (Kent and England).
A one page signed autograph letter from L.E.G. Ames to Mr. Butterfield. On personal headed notepaper addressed 160 New Dover Road Canterbury, dated 27 July.
'...Since the showing of the bodyline film I am getting numerous letters every week requesting this and that. If I comply, and I have done in many cases, I would find myself doing little else but writing letters...' Ames played for Kent between 1926 and 1951. He played 47 Test matches for England between 1929 and 1939.
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(AUSTRALIAN 1956 TOUR OF ENGLAND).
An official autograph sheet clearly signed in ink by all seventeen members of the Australian team which toured England in 1956.
Fold marks.
Signatures comprise: R. Archer, R. Benaud, P. Burge, J. Burke, I. Craig, P. Crawford, A. Davidson, R.N. Harvey, I. Johnson, G. Langley, R. Lindwall, L. Maddocks, K. Mackay, C. McDonald, K. Miller, J. Rutherford and J. Wilson.
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(AUSTRALIAN 1966-67 TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA).
An official autograph sheet signed in ink by all sixteen members of the Australian team which toured South Africa in 1966-67.
Signatures comprise: G. Becker, I. Chappell, R. Cowper, N. Hawke, J. Hubble, W. Lawry, J. Martin, G. McKenzie, I. Redpath, D. Renneberg, R. Simpson, K. Stackpole, B. Taber, G. Thomas, T. Veivers and G. Watson.
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(AUSTRALIAN 1972 TOUR OF ENGLAND).
An official autograph sheet signed in ink by fifteen members of the Australian team which toured England in 1972.
Signatures comprise: I. Chappell, D. Colley, R. Edwards, J. Gleeson, J. Hammond, J. Inverarity, D. Lillee, A. Mallett, R. Marsh, R. Massie, P. Sheahan, K. Stackpole, B. Taber, K.D. Walters and G. Watson. The only members of the Australian team not to have signed the sheet are G. Chappell and B. Francis.
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(AUSTRALIAN 1981 TOUR OF ENGLAND).
An official autograph sheet signed by fifteen members of the Australian team which toured England and Sri Lanka in 1981.
Signatures include: T.M. Alderman, A.R. Border, R.J. Bright, T.M. Chappell, J. Dyson, R.M. Hogg, G.F. Lawson, D.K. Lillee, R.W. Marsh, S.J. Rixon, D. Macd. Wellham, G.M. Wood, and G.N. Yallop. The only member of the team not to have signed is K.J. Hughes.
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BAKEWELL, (A.H.). (1908-1983). (Northamptonshire and England).
A two page autograph letter from A.H. Bakewell, written in another hand and signed by Bakewell, to Gary. Addressed Bournemouth, Dorset. Dated 10th November 1982.
"...I have much pleasure in signing the enclosed photographs..." Bakewell played for Northamptonshire between 1928 and 1936. He played six Test matches for England between 1931 and 1935.
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BLYTHE, (C.). (1879-1917). (Kent and England).
A pencil signature.
Blythe played for Kent between 1899 and 1914. He played 19 Test matches for England between 1901 and 1910. He was killed in action during the First World War.
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BRADMAN, (Don). (1908-2001). (New South Wales, South Australia and Australia).
"ARISE, SIR DONALD". Reproduction caricatures of Sir Donald Bradman by Arthur Mailey and Sam Wells on a sheet of paper.
SIGNED BY BRADMAN across the image. The most effective batsman in the history of the game, Bradman's career average (95.14) and Test average (99.94) have never remotely been challenged. Bradman played 52 Test matches for Australia between 1928 and 1948.
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