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Cricketer Collection

Background imageCricketer Collection: The Croucher, 1901. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward

The Croucher, 1901. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward
The Croucher, 1901. English cricketer Gilbert Laird Jessop (1874-1955) played for Cambridge University, Gloucestershire, and England, and was Wisden Cricketer of the Year for 1898. [London, 1901]

Background imageCricketer Collection: The England Test cricket XI at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, 1899. Artist: WA Rouch

The England Test cricket XI at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, 1899. Artist: WA Rouch
The England Test cricket XI at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, 1899. Englands team in WG Graces final Test, against Australia at Trent Bridge

Background imageCricketer Collection: Yorkshire Cricket, 1892. Artist: Spy

Yorkshire Cricket, 1892. Artist: Spy
Yorkshire Cricket, 1892. A portrait of Lord Hawke. Martin Bladen Hawke, 7th Baron Hawke (1860-1938) captained the Yorkshire County Cricket Club for 28 seasons

Background imageCricketer Collection: A cricket match in progress at Lords cricket ground, London, 1912

A cricket match in progress at Lords cricket ground, London, 1912. From Imperial Cricket, edited by P F Warner and published by The London and Counties Press Association Ltd (London, 1912)

Background imageCricketer Collection: Alfred Mynn, 1852, (1947). Creator: John Corbett Anderson

Alfred Mynn, 1852, (1947). Creator: John Corbett Anderson
Alfred Mynn, 1852, (1947). Portrait of English cricketer Alfred Mynn (1807-1861). From " English Cricket", by Neville Cardus. [Collins, London, 1947]

Background imageCricketer Collection: 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. Artist: WA Rouch
Dr WG Grace, English cricketer, playing for London County Cricket Club, c1899. Regarded as possibly the greatest cricketer of all time

Background imageCricketer Collection: A memento of James Southertons benefit cricket match, 19th century (1912)

A memento of James Southertons benefit cricket match, 19th century (1912). James Southerton (1827-1880) was an English cricket international

Background imageCricketer Collection: James Cobbett, c1830s. Creator: Unknown

James Cobbett, c1830s. Creator: Unknown
James Cobbett, c1830s. Portrait of English cricketer James Cobbett, (1804-1842), one of the best all round players of his time

Background imageCricketer Collection: Bobby, 1902. Artist: Spy

Bobby, 1902. Artist: Spy
Bobby, 1902. Robert Abel, English cricketer. Bobby Abel (1857-1936) was an opening batsman for Surrey and England. In a career lasting from 1881 until 1904 he scored 33

Background imageCricketer Collection: The all-India cricket team of 1911 (1912)

The all-India cricket team of 1911 (1912). From Imperial Cricket, edited by P F Warner and published by The London and Counties Press Association Ltd (London, 1912)

Background imageCricketer Collection: T.J. Matthews, Aust. between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

T.J. Matthews, Aust. between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
T.J. Matthews, Aust. between c1910 and c1915

Background imageCricketer Collection: Cricket as Played in the Artillery Ground, London, 1785, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Cricket as Played in the Artillery Ground, London, 1785, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Cricket as Played in the Artillery Ground, London, 1785, (1947). A game of cricket being played at Finsbury (now in north London)

Background imageCricketer Collection: Cricket Game. From Almanach de Douze Sports, 1898. Artist: Nicholson, Sir William

Cricket Game. From Almanach de Douze Sports, 1898. Artist: Nicholson, Sir William
Cricket Game. From Almanach de Douze Sports, 1898. Private Collection

Background imageCricketer Collection: The Jam Sahib of Nawanagar (Prince Rantjitsinhji)... First World War, January 1915, (c1920)

The Jam Sahib of Nawanagar (Prince Rantjitsinhji)... First World War, January 1915, (c1920)
The Jam Sahib of Nawanagar (Prince Rantjitsinhji) in his Uniform on Active Service, First World War, January 1915, (c1920)

Background imageCricketer Collection: International Cricket Match at Kennington Oval, late 19th century. Creator: Unknown

International Cricket Match at Kennington Oval, late 19th century. Creator: Unknown
International Cricket Match at Kennington Oval, late 19th century. Male spectators at a cricket match at the Oval cricket ground in Lambeth, south London

Background imageCricketer Collection: Lords Cricket Ground, 19th century. Creator: Unknown

Lords Cricket Ground, 19th century. Creator: Unknown
Lords Cricket Ground, 19th century. Thomas Lord opened his first ground in Marylebone, London, in May 1787. In 1814 the ground moved to its current site in St Johns Wood

Background imageCricketer Collection: Plum, 1903. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward

Plum, 1903. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward
Plum, 1903. British right-handed batsman Pelham Plum Warner (1873-1963) played for Oxford University, Middlesex and England during a career lasting from 1894 until 1920

Background imageCricketer Collection: Hampton Court Green, 1891. Creator: Camille Pissarro

Hampton Court Green, 1891. Creator: Camille Pissarro
Hampton Court Green, 1891

Background imageCricketer Collection: R. Kynaston, Esq. 1844. Creator: Unknown

R. Kynaston, Esq. 1844. Creator: Unknown
R. Kynaston, Esq. 1844. Portrait of English cricketer Roger Kynaston of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), wearing a top hat while preparing to make a catch

Background imageCricketer Collection: C. Taylor, Esq. 1844. Creator: Unknown

C. Taylor, Esq. 1844. Creator: Unknown
C. Taylor, Esq. 1844. Cricketer wearing a top hat to bat. From " Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

Background imageCricketer Collection: Grand Cricket Match at Brighton, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Grand Cricket Match at Brighton, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Grand Cricket Match at Brighton, 1844. Game being played between the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) and Surrey County Cricket Club. From " Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

Background imageCricketer Collection: F. R. Spofforth, 1906, (1947). Creator: Henry Scott Tuke

F. R. Spofforth, 1906, (1947). Creator: Henry Scott Tuke
F. R. Spofforth, 1906, (1947). Portrait of Australian cricketer Fred Spofforth (1853-1926), known as The Demon Bowler. He is shown wearing the red

Background imageCricketer Collection: Cricket Song in Honour of Honest Baxter of Surrey, 1839, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Cricket Song in Honour of Honest Baxter of Surrey, 1839, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Cricket Song in Honour of Honest Baxter of Surrey, 1839, (1947). Illustrated lyrics to a song dedicated to a member of the Surrey cricket team. From " English Cricket", by Neville Cardus

Background imageCricketer Collection: Jack Hobbs, c1923, (1935). Creator: Unknown

Jack Hobbs, c1923, (1935). Creator: Unknown
Jack Hobbs, c1923, (1935). English cricketer Sir John Berry Hobbs (1882-1963) played for Surrey from 1905 until 1934 and played 61 test matches for England

Background imageCricketer Collection: Mrs Hill Wood, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Mrs Hill Wood, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Mr Sir Samuel Hill Hill-Wood, 1st Bt, 1911. Portrait of Sir Samuel Hill Hill-Wood, 1st Baronet (1872-1949), British businessman, Conservative politician, cricketer and football club chairman

Background imageCricketer Collection: Major Eustace Crawley, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Major Eustace Crawley, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Major Eustace Crawley, 1911. Portrait of British army officer and cricketer Eustace Crawley (1868-1914) of the 12th (Prince of Waless Royal) Lancers

Background imageCricketer Collection: Thomas Box, c1850s. Creator: Unknown

Thomas Box, c1850s. Creator: Unknown
Thomas Box, c1850s. Portrait of English cricketer Tom Box (1808-1876), remembered as one of the most outstanding wicketkeepers of his time

Background imageCricketer Collection: William Lillywhite, c1850. Creator: Unknown

William Lillywhite, c1850. Creator: Unknown
William Lillywhite, c1850. Portrait of English cricketer William Lillywhite (1792-1854) who did not play his first game at Lords until 1827 when he was 35

Background imageCricketer Collection: Fuller Pilch, c1850s. Creator: Unknown

Fuller Pilch, c1850s. Creator: Unknown
Fuller Pilch, c1850s. Portrait of English cricketer Fuller Pilch (1804-1870), right-handed batsman described as the greatest batsman ever known until the appearance of W. G. Grace

Background imageCricketer Collection: Ranji, 1897. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward

Ranji, 1897. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward
Ranji, 1897. Sir Ranjitsinhji Vibhaji Jadeja (1872-1933), also known as Ranji, was ruler of the Indian princely state of Nawanagar as Maharaja Jam Saheb

Background imageCricketer Collection: Yorkshire Cricket, 1892. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward

Yorkshire Cricket, 1892. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward
Yorkshire Cricket, 1892. Martin Bladen Hawke, 7th Baron Hawke (1860-1938) captained the Yorkshire County Cricket Club for 28 seasons

Background imageCricketer Collection: Repton, Oxford & Somerset, 1903. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward

Repton, Oxford & Somerset, 1903. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward
Repton, Oxford & Somerset, 1903. English amateur cricketer Lionel Charles Hamilton Palairet (1870-1933) was educated at Repton School

Background imageCricketer Collection: Sammy, 1892. Creator: Stuff

Sammy, 1892. Creator: Stuff
Sammy, 1892. Australian cricketer Sammy Woods (1867-1931). [Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, London, 1892]

Background imageCricketer Collection: Cricket, 1877. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward

Cricket, 1877. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward
Cricket, 1877. Gloucestershire and England cricketer William Gilbert WG Grace (1848-1915) was one of the most iconic figures in the history of English cricket

Background imageCricketer Collection: John Wisden, c1850s. Creator: Unknown

John Wisden, c1850s. Creator: Unknown
John Wisden, c1850s. Portrait of English cricketer John Wisden (1826-1884), founder of " Wisden Cricketers Almanack", at Lords cricket ground in London

Background imageCricketer Collection: A Flanneled Fighter, 1902. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward

A Flanneled Fighter, 1902. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward
A Flanneled Fighter, 1902. British cricketer, soldier and politician Stanley Jackson (1870-1947). In 1927 Jackson was appointed Governor of Bengal. [London, 1902]

Background imageCricketer Collection: Mr. R. E. S. Wyatt (Warwickshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown

Mr. R. E. S. Wyatt (Warwickshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown
Mr. R. E. S. Wyatt (Warwickshire), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: W. W. Whysall (Notts), 1928. Creator: Unknown

W. W. Whysall (Notts), 1928. Creator: Unknown
W. W. Whysall (Notts), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: Mr. J. C. White (Somerset), 1928. Creator: Unknown

Mr. J. C. White (Somerset), 1928. Creator: Unknown
Mr. J. C. White (Somerset), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: L. Townsend (Derbyshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown

L. Townsend (Derbyshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown
L. Townsend (Derbyshire), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: Hon. L. H. Tennyson (Hampshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown

Hon. L. H. Tennyson (Hampshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown
Hon. L. H. Tennyson (Hampshire), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: H. Sutcliffe (Yorkshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown

H. Sutcliffe (Yorkshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown
H. Sutcliffe (Yorkshire), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: E. J. Smith (Warwickshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown

E. J. Smith (Warwickshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown
E. J. Smith (Warwickshire), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: F. Ryan (Glamorgan), 1928. Creator: Unknown

F. Ryan (Glamorgan), 1928. Creator: Unknown
F. Ryan (Glamorgan), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: W. Rhodes (Yorkshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown

W. Rhodes (Yorkshire), 1928. Creator: Unknown
W. Rhodes (Yorkshire), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: C. W. L. Parker (Gloucestershire), 1928. Creator: Unknown

C. W. L. Parker (Gloucestershire), 1928. Creator: Unknown
C. W. L. Parker (Gloucestershire), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: E. A. MacDonald (Lancashire), 1928. Creator: Unknown

E. A. MacDonald (Lancashire), 1928. Creator: Unknown
E. A. MacDonald (Lancashire), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageCricketer Collection: B. Lilley (Notts), 1928. Creator: Unknown

B. Lilley (Notts), 1928. Creator: Unknown
B. Lilley (Notts), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]



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