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Cricket Bat Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 36 pictures in our Cricket Bat collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Dr WG Grace, English cricketer, playing for London County Cricket Club, c1899. Artist: WA Rouch Featured Print

Dr WG Grace, English cricketer, playing for London County Cricket Club, c1899. Artist: WA Rouch

Dr WG Grace, English cricketer, playing for London County Cricket Club, c1899. Regarded as possibly the greatest cricketer of all time, WG Grace (1848-1915) played first class cricket for 44 seasons from 1865 until 1908, representing Gloucestershire, London County Cricket Club, the MCC and England. A print from The Book of Cricket, a Gallery of Famous Players, edited by CB Fry, George Newnes Ltd, London, c1899. (Colorised black and white print)

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George, the Prince of Wales (1762-1830), the future King George IV, 18th century (1912) Featured Print

George, the Prince of Wales (1762-1830), the future King George IV, 18th century (1912)

George, the Prince of Wales (1762-1830), the future King George IV, 18th century (1912). George IV was king of Great Britain and Ireland between 1820 and 1830. He had earlier served as Prince Regent when his father, King George III, suffered from a relapse into insanity from an illness that is now suspected to have been porphyria. The Regency, George's nine-year tenure as Prince Regent, commenced in 1811 and ended with George III's death in 1820. It was marked by victory in the Napoleonic Wars in Europe. George IV is remembered largely for the extravagant lifestyle that he maintained as prince and monarch. From Imperial Cricket, edited by P F Warner and published by The London and Counties Press Association Ltd (London, 1912)

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Cricket - Capital Practice for the Round Bowling of the Period, 1859 Featured Print

Cricket - Capital Practice for the Round Bowling of the Period, 1859

Cricket - Capital Practice for the Round Bowling of the Period, 1859. This cartoon shows cricket practice being enlivened by the use of a cannon to replace the more traditional bowler. Due to the situation in Europe, and the perceived threat of invasion by Napoleon III, war was much in the news. From Punch, or the London Charivari, July 30, 1859

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