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Sport In View Sports Miscellaneous The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 7 General Sport 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 7 General Sport 2012 EL5 - Featuring sporting events, which took place between May and September 1907, Ramsbottom captures the essence of a Lacrosse Test Match, the Crewe Athletic Festival, the A.A.A. Championships, the Manchester Wheelers Meet (cycling) and The Gulliver of Games in his customary inimitable style. Plain backs. Size 130 x 100mm.
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The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 7 General Sport 2012
Sport In View Cricket The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 4 Lancashire League Cricket 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 4 Lancashire League Cricket 2012 EL6 - Ramsbottom continues to apply a humorous touch in this series each of which shows a sequence of events within a specific cricket match, each incident being captioned. It’s very cleverly done and you get a good idea of what was happening during the game, whether it be Lowerhouse playing at Colne, Church being defeated at Burnley or whatever – and there’s that gremlin peeping again. Plain back. Size 130 x 100mm.
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The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 4 Lancashire League Cricket 2012
Sport In View Rugby Union & League The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 5 Rugby Union 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 5 Rugby Union 2012 EL7 - The magic of the artwork conjures up some terrific images of rugby matches dating from the Springboks losing in 1906 to Australia’s defeat in 1909 (on the latter card a tiny gremlin is shown chasing a kangaroo!) and Scotland’s victory over England at Blackheath, the All Blacks beating Huddersfield by 19 points to 8, and so on. The sequence of captioned pictures on each card makes you feel as though you are in the crowd. Plain backs. Size 130 x 100mm.
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The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 5 Rugby Union 2012
Sport In View Rugby Union & League The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 6 Rugby League 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 6 Rugby League 2012 EL6 - Ramsbottom applies his artistic talent to produce cartoons and caricatures representing incidents in rugby league matches in 1907/08 such as the Northern League clash between Halifax and Salford, both of which attribute their success to their black cat mascots, and Oldham v Wigan in the Lancashire Cup Final. Some marked “Evening Chronicle” with date of publication. Plain backs. Size 130 x 100mm.
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The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 6 Rugby League 2012
Sport In View Football The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 1 Football and Rugby 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 1 Football and Rugby 2012 L16 - These are reproductions of artwork by Amos Ramsbottom, signed 1907, caricatures of footballers and rugby players, all from northern clubs except for two New Zealand All Blacks. Bolton Wanderers are honoured with three players, Manchester City, Manchester United. And Broughton Rangers with two each. Line drawings with added colour. Plain backs. Size 90 x 60mm.
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The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 1 Football and Rugby 2012
Sport In View Football The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 2 Football 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 2 Football 2012 EL10 - Signed by the artist between 1906 and 1908, these are comic portrayals of specific football matches (some portraits others landscape) mostly showing a sequence of incidents within the game, for example no. 1 comprises six separate captioned moments when Woolwich Arsenal lost to Bolton, and no. 6 similarly represents Northampton drawing at Bradford Park Avenue. Perhaps these were for newspaper illustrations, no. 5 says ‘Evening Chronicle’ in one corner. Plain backs. Size 130 x 100mm.
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The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 2 Football 2012
Sport In View Cricket The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 3 Cricket 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 3 Cricket 2012 EL10 - Presented in similar fashion to Set 2, this is a selection of cartoons and caricatures (coloured) on the contemporary cricket scene, including England v South Africa Test matches, Notts. as county champions, the M.C.C.’s selection for the approaching tour of Australia, and so on. Brilliantly observed and if you look closely you’ll find a tiny gremlin somewhere in each picture. Some portrait, others landscape. Plain backs. Size 130 x 100mm.
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The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 3 Cricket 2012
Sport In View Cricket Pros and Poetry 1920s Football and Cricket 1st Series 2012 Pros and Poetry 1920s Football and Cricket 1st Series 2012 25 - An unusual set featuring black and white line-drawn caricatures of cricketers and footballers from the 1920s below which are a few lines of verse, for example, for Tommy Urwin (Newcastle) the poetry begins : “When Tommy’s on the wing, The Magpies will sing.” Perhaps the best known are Pat Hendren (Brentford F.C. & Middlesex C.C.C) and Wilf Rhodes (Yorkshire C.C.C). Bournemouth is spelt incorrectly on number 7. The backs are plain. Size 70 x 39mm.
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Pros and Poetry 1920s Football and Cricket 1st Series 2012
Sport In View Cricket Pros and Poetry 1920s Football and Cricket 2nd Series 2017 Pros and Poetry 1920s Football and Cricket 2nd Series 2017 25 - The 1st set of these unusual cards was issued back in November 2012 and now a 2nd set has been issued. As before these are black and white line-drawn caricatures of cricketers and footballers from the 1920s each accompanied by a few lines of verse. For instance the card for ‘Jack’ Russell the Essex cricketer contains a verse which begins “When the team are in a tussle, Essex fans rely on Russell. When the prospect seems so black, then they murmer ‘Where’s our Jack?’. The footballers include Fred Hawley, J. Trotter, Bert Smith, Fred Shelley, Dick Johnson etc., whilst among the cricketers are Wally Hammond, E.A. McDonald and Wally Hardinge. The cards are numbered on the front 26 to 50, with plain backs. Size 80 x 52mm
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Pros and Poetry 1920s Football and Cricket 2nd Series 2017
 
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