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Displaying 1 - 20 of 58 Lots in Category - Photographs
BASEBALL: c1905 real photo postcard of the Victorian Baseball team with some of their partners and 21 signatures including Test Cricketer Frank Laver, also T.Vaughan, W.G.Hickford, S.G.Lansdown, W.J.Scott, extremely scarce and superb condition.
VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHS: Roy Battley in boxing pose (amateur lightweight champion of Victoria 1911, severely wounded during WW1); c1898 Parisien Panel photo of an Adelaide team on a 3-man tandem bicycle; an Adelaide Lacrosse team, good condition.
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1988 England v West Indies, collection of 10x8" press photographs, with captions. [The West Indies won the Test series 4-0, and the tour has become known as the 'summer of four captains' as England used four different captains in the five Test matches].
AUTOGRAPHS: Post-war cricketers display comprising signed cards window mounted with photographs of Arthur Morris, Bill Brown, Trevor Bailey, Alec Bedser, Godfrey Evans & Fred Trueman, framed & glazed, overall 87x41cm.
FRAMED DISPLAYS: comprising MCG Centenary; Russel Drysdale print 'The Cricketers'; Keith Miller display with signed mini-bat; MCG Member's Pavilion; D'Arcy Doyle print, various sizes.
POSTCARDS: real photo postcard 'England v Australia, Test Match, Melbourne, Victoria' endorsed on front 'January 1912'. Superb unused condition.
1885 Mount Pleasant Cricket Club (Ballarat) original cabinet card photograph with cameos of each player endorsed 'Presented to C.E.Grainger Esq, as a token of respect by the Members of the Mount Pleasant Cricket Club, 1885' with 'Photographer Chuck, Next Savings Bank, Ballarat (Gold Medallist, London)' printed on back. Good condition.
1934 Historic Tasmanian cricket photograph showing CL Badcock & ROG Morrisby walking out to bat in 1934 Tasmania v Australian XI match at Launceston, both wearing their Tasmania caps.
1938 Don Bradman, slightly faded signature on photograph 'Australian Test Cricketer, Don Bradman, arrives at Southhampton 31.5.1938', window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 45x34cm.
1948 'The Invincibles' display with dinner menu with 18 signatures on reverse including Don Bradman, Lindsay Hassett & Sidney Barnes, window mounted with team photograph, overall 50x85cm.
1948 Don Bradman, signature on photograph 'Some of the 1948 Australian XI at Balmoral Castle', window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 45x35cm.
Don Bradman slightly faded signature on classic photograph of Don Bradman & Bill Ponsford walking out to bat during their record partnership of 451 runs in the 5th Test at the Oval in 1934, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 57x73cm.
Don Bradman signature on piece, window mounted with photograph of Don & Jessie Bradman in 1934, framed & glazed (glass cracked), overall 34x46cm.
Don Bradman superb bold signature on b/w photograph of Bradman's square drive, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 44x54cm.
Don Bradman clear signature on photograph Bradman's square drive, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 31x39cm.
Don Bradman signed photograph of the Don walking out to bat c1938, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 48x62cm.
Don Bradman faded signature on photograph 'Don Bradman Australian XI Captain 1947-48', window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 35x45cm.
Don Bradman signature on action photograph from 1948 tour, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 32x43cm.
Don Bradman signature on photograph 'Some of the 1948 Australian XI at Balmoral Castle', window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 48x40cm.
Don Bradman slightly faded signature on photograph 'Sir Donald Bradman photo taken for the Argus Newpaper 3-3-1956', window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 35x45cm.