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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricket Personalities 1940s/50s 7th Series 2009 Cricket Personalities 1940s/50s 7th Series 2009 LT24 - Yet another crop of county cricketers,the seventh series, whose careers spanned the 1940s and 50s, presented in black and white head and shoulders photos with career details on the backs from which some amazing achievements emerge. We see Emrys Davies who turned our for Glamorgan in 612 matches between 1924 and 1954, and three cricketers who were also professional footballers, Eddie Davis (Northants. and Newport County), Ken Grieves Lancs., Bury & Bolton Wanderers) and Peter Greenwood (Lancs. and Chester). Size 89 x 64mm.
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricket Personalities 1940s/50s 8th Series 2013 Cricket Personalities 1940s/50s 8th Series 2013 LT24 - J.F Sporting continue their trawl of the English first-class cricket scene in the 1940s and ‘50s with a further selection of black and white head and shoulders or half-length photos of players from all thirteen county clubs, including seven who were capped for England (and one, George Tribe of Northants, for Australia), and two who also excelled at football – Leicester’s Walter Cornock who turned out for Rochdale and Freddie Garner for Coventry City and Newport County. Brief career details in small print on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricket Personalities 1940s/50s 9th Series 2014 Cricket Personalities 1940s/50s 9th Series 2014 LT24 - This further selection of black and white head and shoulders photos features county cricketers who were born in the 1920s and ‘30s (except C.B. Clarke, the Northants and Essex player, born in 1918) whose careers peaked in the immediate post-war years, among them Surrey’s R. Tindall who also played football for Chelsea and West Ham, Lancashire’s J. Dyson (footballer for Manchester City) and Surrey’s long-serving (1958 to 1978, 410 matches) Norfolk-born batsman J.Edrich. Career details on the card backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricket Personalities 1960s 1st Series 2007 Cricket Personalities 1960s 1st Series 2007 LT24 - Numbered in County order from Derbyshire to Yorkshire, players from thirteen of the first class teams are covered in these black and white head and shoulders portraits with career histories on the backs. Included are Gloucester’s opener Arthur Milton who was capped for England in both cricket and football, Sussex captain Ted Dexter later chairman of the selectors, Lance Gibbs the Warwickshire and West Indies spin-bowler and Geoff Boycott the Yorkshire captain who scored 151 first-class centuries. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricket Personalities 1960s 1st Series 2007

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricket Personalities 1960s 2nd Series 2007 Cricket Personalities 1960s 2nd Series 2007 LT24 - Arranged in order from Derbyshire to Yorkshire, all thirteen first-class counties as they were then are represented in this series of black and white head and shoulders photos with career details on the backs. Included is Worcestershire’s Jim Standen who also won a F.A. Cup Winners Medal with West Ham in 1964, Sussex Captain Tony Greig, Middlesex and England Captain Mike Brearley and Gloucestershire’s David Smith who was also a footballer for Bristol City and Millwall. Size 90 x 64mm
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Cricket Personalities 1960s 2nd Series 2007

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricket Personalities 1960s 3rd Series 2008 Cricket Personalities 1960s 3rd Series 2008 LT24 - After the second series, J.F. Sporting have come up with another selection of black and white head and shoulders photos of 1960s cricketers arranged in alphabetical county order. They include Warwickshire’s Dennis Amiss who played in fifty Tests for England (262 not out against the West Indies), Surrey captain (later secretary of the M.C.C) Roger Knight, Ken Barrington and England captain Keith Fletcher. Career details on the backs. Size 90 x 64mm.
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricket Personalities 1960s 4th Series 2010 Cricket Personalities 1960s 4th Series 2010 LT24 - In another selection of black and white photos from the 1960's we find representatives from all eleven first-class counties in sequence from Essex to Yorkshire, among them Derek Shackleton (Hants and seven England Tests), Roger Tolchard (Leics. And four Tests), Fred Titmus (Middlesex and 53 Tests), Ray Illingworth Yorkshire's captain who played in 61 Tests for England captaining the side on 31 occasions, and Garfield Sobers the great West Indies all-rounder who was knighted for his services to the game. Career details on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricket Personalities 1970s 1st Series 2014 Cricket Personalities 1970s 1st Series 2014 LT24 - We get an interesting collection of black and white head and shoulders photos of county players including the likes of Javed Miandad (Wisden’s 1982 Cricketer of the Year), A. Long (record 11 catches in a 1964 match for Surrey, and two players who hit 1,000 runs in a season ten times – Northants cricketers D. Steele and P. Willey. Size 89 x 65mm.
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Cricket Personalities 1970s 1st Series 2014

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricket Personalities 1970s 2nd Series 2014 Cricket Personalities 1970s 2nd Series 2014 LT24 - Here we have the 2nd series of 24 black and white head and shoulders photos of cricketers from the 1970s among whom can be found G.A. Gooch who played 322 matches for Essex, Lancashire’s P. Lever, Northamptonshire’s B.G. Bedi who played in 67 Test Matches and A. Sidebottom who played cricket for Yorkshire as well as football for Manchester United. Size 89 x 64mm.
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers 1919-1939 10th Series 2015 Cricketers 1919-1939 10th Series 2015 LT24 - In a similar format to their other nine series here we have another set of black and white pictures of cricketers playing between 1919 and 1939. Included in this batch are Worcestershire’s H.L. Higgins, A.C. Watson who played 104 matches for Sussex, Surrey’s J.F. Parker, Lord N.W.M. Rothschild of Northamptonshire, A. Mounteney of Leicestershire who also played football for a number of teams including Preston North End, G.J. Bryan of Kent, Gloucestershire’s E.G. Dennett who took all 10 wickets in an innings against Essex in 1906 and Glamorgan wicket-keeper J. Stone. The numbered backs give brief career details. Size 91 x 64mm.
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Cricketers 1919-1939 10th Series 2015

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers 1919-1939 1st Series 2008 Cricketers 1919-1939 1st Series 2008 LT24 - These are black and white photos of twenty-four English cricketers (E.R.T. Holmes of Surrey was actually born in Calcutta) whose playing careers peaked between-the-wars. In a mixture of action shots and portraits, they are arranged alphabetically by county and include Warwickshire’s captain P.Cranmer who also played rugby for Oxford and England, Surrey’s R.J. Gregory who also played football for Fulham and Patsy Hendren, long serving Middlesex star. Size 90 x 64mm
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Cricketers 1919-1939 1st Series 2008

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers 1919-1939 2nd Series 2008 Cricketers 1919-1939 2nd Series 2008 LT24 - Arranged alphabetically from Derbyshire to Yorkshire, all the then first-class counties, with the exception of Notts., are represented in this series of black-and-white photos, which include the likes of Leicester’s long-serving keeper pictured behind the wicket, his achievement “caught 583, stumped 137”, Yorkshire and England’s A. Waddington who also played football for Halifax, and Northants’ B.W. Bellamy equally at home kicking the ball for Northampton Town. Size 90 x 64mm
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Cricketers 1919-1939 2nd Series 2008

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers 1919-1939 3rd Series 2008 Cricketers 1919-1939 3rd Series 2008 LT24 - This third selection of county cricketers from between-the-wars is based on contemporary black and white photographs, mostly head and shoulders shots, but some taken during practice or in matches, among them M. Leyland who turned out 548 times for Yorkshire and played in 41 Tests, Surrey and England stalwart Percy Fender, and Derbyshire’s (Debyshire on the card) J.M. Hutchinson, all with their career statistics on the backs. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers 1919-1939 3rd Series 2008

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers 1919-1939 4th Series 2009 Cricketers 1919-1939 4th Series 2009 LT24 - Cricket fans with an interest beyond the recent Ashes Tests will appreciate this opportunity to meet these players of yesteryear, many of whom, I believe had not been featured on cards before. The black and white photos, a mixture of action shots and head and shoulders portraits, include Lancashire’s long-serving opening bat F.B. Watson (456 matches) and W.H. Ashdown who turned out 482 times for Kent but what about G. Brown who represented Hampshire not fewer than 539 times in a career spanning 25 years! Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers 1919-1939 4th Series 2009

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers 1919-1939 5th Series 2009 Cricketers 1919-1939 5th Series 2009 LT24 - Following the 4th Series, J F Sporting have issued a further selection of cards picturing county cricketers from the inter-war years in black and white photos, mostly head and shoulders but some in action, including Northants’ F. Walden who also played football for Spurs and England, South African born W. Greese who turned out 278 times for Hampshire and W. Beisiegel whose brief career for Leicestershire extended to just ten matches in 1934. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers 1919-1939 5th Series 2009

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers 1919-1939 6th Series 2010 Cricketers 1919-1939 6th Series 2010 LT24 - A selection of pre-war county cricketers are pictured posing in these black and white photos arranged in order from Essex to Yorkshire, the latter including G.G. Macaulay who also played eight times for England. Macaulay's 445 appearances for his county beat, by just one match, Warwickshire's long-serving (1904 to 1930) opening bat's 444. Kent's L.J. Todd turned out 426 times for Kent between 1927 and 1950, but never represented his country, facts which we learn from the card backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Cricketers 1919-1939 6th Series 2010

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers 1919-1939 7th Series 2011 Cricketers 1919-1939 7th Series 2011 LT24 - Using the now well-established format of the previous six series, black and white photos of cricketers in various poses arranged in alphabetical order of county and with career details on the back, this selection includes Hedley Verity who played 278 matches for Yorkshire and in forty Tests for England, F.R. Santall (496 matches for Warwickshire) and W. Voce (345 for Notts. and 27 for England). Size 89 x 64mm.
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Cricketers 1919-1939 7th Series 2011

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers 1919-1939 8th Series 2013 Cricketers 1919-1939 8th Series 2013 LT24 - In this series J.F. Sporting continue to expand their gallery of county cricketers, including nine who also represented England, from between-the-wars, in a mixture of head and shoulders and full length black and white photos with career details on the backs, among them the Gilligan brothers who between them played more than 500 matches for Sussex, Surrey’s long-serving batsman L.B. Fishlock, and Australian Oxford blue Sir B.W. Hone. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Cricketers 1919-1939 8th Series 2013

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers 1919-1939 9th Series 2013 Cricketers 1919-1939 9th Series 2013 LT24 - These cricket sets are popular, a J.F.Sporting continue plundering the archives to give us another selection of cricketers, some famous such as Jack Hobbs who turned out for 598 matches for Surrey and in 61 Tests for England, other less well-known – the likes of W.L.T. Jenkins whose meagre career extended to just 10 matches for Glamorgan in the 1921 season. Black and white full length or head and shoulders photos with playing statistics on the backs. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Futera (Australia) Cricket Cricketers 1994 Cricketers 1994 LT110 - This set begins with 37 colour action photos of World Series cricketers representing England, Australia and Zimbabwe, and including Mike Atherton, Phil Tufnell, Graham Gooch, Shane Warne etc., with a close-up photo and career details on the back. Nos. 38 to 64 are devoted to Australia’s inter-state Sheffield Shield, and nos. 65 to 100 the Mercantile Mutual Cup. The next six feature up-and-coming players in the Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy and nos. 107 to 110 are checklists. Size 89 x 64mm.
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers From Overseas 1919-1939 1st Series 2009 Cricketers From Overseas 1919-1939 1st Series 2009 LT24 - Using a combination of action shots and head-and-shoulders photographs backed by a descriptive text summarizing their career achievements, we see here some of the great overseas cricketers from Between-the-wars. Beginning with four Australian players, among them Don Bradman “the greatest batsman the game has yet produced”, the series continues with eight South Africans, three from New Zealand, five Indians (including the Nawab of Pataudi) and ends with four from the West Indies the most well-known of which is Sir Leary Constantine. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers From Overseas 1919-1939 1st Series 2009

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 1st Series 2004 Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 1st Series 2004 LT24 - This set will delight cricket lovers, portraying as it does some of the great names in British cricket during the immediate post-war years in black and white action photos with descriptive backs. Graveney, Insole, Edrich, Statham, Washbrook Tyson, May, Close, Hutton and a host of other famous players are included, legends all. An interesting choice is Abdul Kardar who toured England with India in 1946 and played for Warwickshire from 1948 to 1950 when he left for Pakistan to captain their side. Size 89 x 64mm
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Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 1st Series 2004

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 2nd Series 2005 Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 2nd Series 2005 LT24 - Names here that will bring back memories for cricket lovers, Freddie Trueman and Alex Bedser bowling, Godfrey Evans keeping wicket, Colin Cowdrey and Trevor Bailey in bat, plus Tony Lock again and Yorkshire’s Frank Smailes making one of his rare card appearances. Text backs. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 2nd Series 2005

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 3rd Series 2005 Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 3rd Series 2005 LT24 - We find Bill Edrich and Eric Bedser in this series in black and white action shots, along with Jim Laker whose greatest feat was taking 19 wickets in the 1956 Old Trafford Test v Australia, and stalwarts like Laurie Fishlock, Somerset’s captain Maurice Tremlett and Raman Subba Row the Cambridge triple-blue who became captain of Northants. Narrative descriptions on the backs. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 3rd Series 2005

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 4th Series 2006 Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 4th Series 2006 LT24 - In more action shots from what many regard as the golden age of cricket we see the likes of Yorkshire’s Johnny Wardle and Ray Illingworth, Worcestershire’s Peter Richardson who scored more than 2000 runs in a season four times, and Middlesex’s Fred Titmus equally masterful as batsman and bowler, who made his first-class debut at the age of 16 and appeared in 53 Tests for England. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers in Action 1940/50s 4th Series 2006

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers in Action 1960s 1st Series 2007 Cricketers in Action 1960s 1st Series 2007 LT24 - The black and white photos show representative players from fourteen first-class counties in action during the 1960s, with brief biographical information and career statistics on the backs. Many also had distinguished international appearances like Surrey’s John Edrich (77 matches for England) and Ken Barrington (82), Worcester’s Basil D’Olivera (44) and Nawab of Pataudi (46, for India). Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers in Action 1960s 1st Series 2007

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers in Action 1960s 2nd Series 2007 Cricketers in Action 1960s 2nd Series 2007 LT24 - This further selection of Cricketers pictured in action on black and white photos is arranged in county alphabetical order from Glamorgan to Yorkshire, and includes eight who represented their country, among them Kent’s Alan Knott who played for England in 95 Test matches and Worcestershire’s Ron Headley who appeared for the West Indies. Brief career details are on the card backs. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers in Action 1960s 2nd Series 2007

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers in Action 1960s 3rd Series 2008 Cricketers in Action 1960s 3rd Series 2008 LT24 - Following hot on the heels of the 1st and 2nd Series we have here another selection of black and white photos of county cricketers born in the 1930s and 1940s in action during the 1960s, with career details on the backs which reveal a wide variation in appearances from Barry Wood who turned out for Yorkshire just five times to Roy Marshall who clocked up 504 matches for Hampshire just pipping Geoff Boycott’s 414 for Yorkshire. Size 89 x 64mm.
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 1st Series 2009 Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 1st Series 2009 LT24 - Here we see cricketers whose ‘golden age’ was the last decade of the 19th century and the early years of the 20th, portrayed in black and white photos, some waist-length, others in full-length poses, arranged alphabetically by county. They include D. Hunter who turned out for Yorkshire in 521 matches, Middlesex’s J.T. Hearne (453 matches plus 12 Tests) and A. P. Lucas whose career began as a Cambridge blue in 1875 and ended at Essex 32 years later having played also for Middlesex and clocking up five Tests in the interim. Career details on the backs. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 1st Series 2009

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 2nd Series 2010 Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 2nd Series 2010 LT24 - This is a further selection of black and white photos of cricketers whose careers spanned the late 19th and early 20th centuries in county alphabetical order from Derbyshire to Yorkshire. Among them Hampshire’s G.B. Raikes who also played football for England, Warwickshire’s long-serving (665 matches between 1894 and 1928) batsman W. Quaife who represented England seven times, Sussex Australian-born player G. L. Wilson and Middlesex right-hand batsman/left-arm bowler Sir T.C. O’Brian. No doubt some of these players have not previously featured on cards, giving this set added interest. Size 90 x 64mm
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Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 2nd Series 2010

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 3rd Series 2010 Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 3rd Series 2010 LT24 - Cricketers from the period represented in these black and white photos are far removed from today's game of 20/20 and allegations of sleaze, harking back to the time when Lord Hawke took to the field for Yorkshire 515 times and for five Test matches, and Canon W. Rashleigh forsook the cloth to be Kent's opening bat. In fact, no fewer than 15 of the players in this set represented England at one stage or another, Warwickshire's A.F. Lilley clocking up 35 Test matches, we are informed. At the other end of the scale, G.E. Winter (Middlesex) played just two county matches. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 3rd Series 2010

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 4th Series 2011 Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 4th Series 2011 LT24 - Included in this latest batch of cricketers born in the second half of the 19th century is Sussex batsman W.L. Murdoch who was born in Australia and played in eighteen Tests for that country (as well as one for England) and Hampshire’s Major R.M. Poore who represented South Africa in three Tests, as well as England stalwarts such as F.S. Jackson (Yorkshire), and Lancashire’s J.T. Tyldesley, all pictured in good black and white photos with career details on the backs. Size 89 x 64mm
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Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 4th Series 2011

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 5th Series 2011 Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 5th Series 2011 LT24 - Whilst most of these are indeed pre-Great War players, in the case of Sir. H.W.R. Bencraft as far back as 1876, Yorkshire’s T.A. Jacques’ career was entirely post-Great War extending from 1927 to 1936. Some of the subjects were not only cricketers. J.P. Wilson (Yorkshire) also won the 1925 Grand National on ‘Double Chance’, A. Drake played football for Doncaster Rovers, Sheffield United and Birmingham City, whilst Kent’s C. J. Burnup was an England football international. We see them all in full-length black and white photos except Jacques (head and shoulders). Size 89 x 64mm.
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 6th Series 2012 Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 6th Series 2012 LT24 - Here we have another collection of black and white photos featuring worthy English cricketers all of whose playing careers began (and were in many cases completed) before 1914, among them several who also excelled at other sports – Yorkshire batsman T.J. Birtles also played football for Barnsley and Northampton Town, Lancashire’s batsman J. Sharp and Hants. Batsman L.V. Lodge were both England football internationals and E.W. Dillon of Kent was a rugby international. Of many who represented England at cricket, A.C. Maclaren stands out with 35 Test matches. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 6th Series 2012

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 7th Series 2014 Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 7th Series 2014 LT24 - This further selection of country cricketers born during the second half of the 19th century and whose careers blossomed in the years before the Great War (and in one or two cases later – W.R.D. Payton turning out for Notts. 489 times between 1905 and 1931, and Surrey’s W. Abel carrying on for the county until 1926 at the age of 69) are shown in a variety of poses in black and white photos with career details on the backs. Eight were England cricket internationals and Leicester’s G.W. Hillyard represented England at tennis in the 1908 Olympics. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 7th Series 2014

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 8th Series 2017 Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 8th Series 2017 LT24 - This set features black and white pictures of cricketers who were playing before the Great War. They include Yorkshire’s W. Sugg and F.W. Mulligan, the legendary C.B. Fry of Sussex who took part in 26 Tests for England, Somerset’s Sir W.C. Hedley, P.E. Warner of Middlesex who played 15 matches for England, but was born in Port of Spain in 1873, Lancashire’s S.M. Tindall, J.M. Meldon who played for Ireland, Hampshire’s R.A. Studd, H. Wrathall of Gloucestershire and N.V. Riches of Glamorgan. Aside from the preponderance of moustaches these pictures could have been taken yesterday as most are very good pictures with many in casual pose. An interesting set for any cricket lover with brief career details on the numbered backs. Size 92 x 65.
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Cricketers The Golden Age Pre Great War 8th Series 2017

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Families in First Class Cricket 2011 Families in First Class Cricket 2011 LT24 - Each of these cards features black and white head and shoulders photographs of two cricketers related by birth either brothers or father and son who played in the first class county game at one time or another (they range from 1877 to 1983) including D. and L. Compton, L. and R. Hutton, H. and W. Suttcliffe, J. Hardstaff snr. and jnr., E. and J. Tydesley etc., with their career details summarised on the backs. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Families in First Class Cricket 2011

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Gentlemen v Players Pre-War Personalities 1st Series 2003 Gentlemen v Players Pre-War Personalities 1st Series 2003 LT24 - Gentlemen v Players is, of course, cricket of the “old school” and the pre-war personalities in this series of black and white photograph-based portraits cover a wide timescale from the 1860s to the 1930s. Nos. 1 to 12 are Gentlemen such as W.G. Grace, Billy Murdoch, Arthur Appleby, Arthur Carr, Vallance Jupp etc. and Nos. 13 to 24 are Players such as Jack Hobbs, ‘Dick’ Lilley, F E Woolley, H Strudwick and so on. Career summaries on the backs. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Gentlemen v Players Pre-War Personalities 1st Series 2003

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Gentlemen v Players Pre-War Personalities 2nd Series 2004 Gentlemen v Players Pre-War Personalities 2nd Series 2004 LT24 - The first series proved popular with collectors, and J F have now produced a further batch of sepia photographs, mostly action shots, of famous cricketers from the 1890s through to the outbreak of World War 2. May of the names will be remembered today, and not only by fans of the game. They include C.B.Fry, Bob Wyatt, “Ranji”, Jardine, Verity, Ames, Hammond and Sutcliffe, with the player’s career described on the back. Size 90 x 64mm
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Cricket Gentlemen v Players Pre-War Personalities 3rd Series 2007 Gentlemen v Players Pre-War Personalities 3rd Series 2007 LT24 - The Gentlemen, the first eleven cards in this series of sepia oval full-length photo portraits include W.G’s younger brother G. F. Grace, Yorkshire all-rounder F. W. Milligan killed in the Boer War, and the Rt. Hon. Sir F.S. Jackson whose record 4th wicket stand with Ranjisinhji helped win the 1904 fixture. Among the players are J. Gunn who took eleven wickets in the first fixture of the 20th century and Wilf Rhodes who was one of only two cricketers (the other was W.G. Grace) to score 1000 runs and take 100 wickets in these fixtures. Howzat! Size 90 x 64mm.
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