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Imperial Cricket Gallery

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Choose from 35 pictures in our Imperial Cricket collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


A cricket match on Bansted Downs, Surrey, 19th century (1912)
A cricket match on Bansted Downs, Surrey, 19th century (1912)
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The all-India cricket team of 1911 (1912)
The all-India cricket team of 1911 (1912)
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Tossing for Innings, 19th century (1912).Artist: Henry Dixon
Tossing for Innings, 19th century (1912).Artist: Henry Dixon
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King George V of Great Britain (1865-1936), 1912. Artist: Downey
King George V of Great Britain (1865-1936), 1912. Artist: Downey
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The Australian-touring English cricket team of 1911-1912.Artist: CA Petts
The Australian-touring English cricket team of 1911-1912.Artist: CA Petts
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The first English cricket team to visit Australia, 1861-1862 (1912)
The first English cricket team to visit Australia, 1861-1862 (1912)
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The arrival of the first English cricket team in Australia, 1861 (1912)
The arrival of the first English cricket team in Australia, 1861 (1912)
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The Phoenix Park cricket ground, Dublin, 1912.Artist: D'Arcy
The Phoenix Park cricket ground, Dublin, 1912.Artist: D'Arcy
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A country cricket match, 19th century (1912).Artist: Henry Dixon
A country cricket match, 19th century (1912).Artist: Henry Dixon
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A memento of James Southertons benefit cricket match, 19th century (1912)
A memento of James Southertons benefit cricket match, 19th century (1912)
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A cricket match, 18th century (1912).Artist: George Morland
A cricket match, 18th century (1912).Artist: George Morland
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A cricket match in progress at Kennington Oval, London, 1848 (1912)
A cricket match in progress at Kennington Oval, London, 1848 (1912)
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King George V of Great Britain (1865-1936), 1912. Artist: Downey Featured Print

King George V of Great Britain (1865-1936), 1912. Artist: Downey

King George V of Great Britain (1865-1936), 1912. George V was king of Great Britain from 1910 to 1936. In 1924 he appointed Ramsay MacDonald, Britain's first Labour Prime Minister, and in 1932 he introduced the idea of broadcasting a Christmas message to the people. He died of influenza on 20 January 1936 and was succeeded by his eldest son, Edward. From Imperial Cricket, edited by P F Warner and published by The London and Counties Press Association Ltd (London, 1912). (Colorised black and white print)

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A cricket match in progress at Lords cricket ground, London, 1912
A cricket match in progress at Lords cricket ground, London, 1912
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James Henry Dark (1795-1871), cricketer, 1912
James Henry Dark (1795-1871), cricketer, 1912
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Lords cricket ground, London, 1836 (1912)
Lords cricket ground, London, 1836 (1912)
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Flyer advertising a cricket match between Hampshire and England, 1819 ((1912)
Flyer advertising a cricket match between Hampshire and England, 1819 ((1912)
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Surrey Cricketers, 1852 (1912)
Surrey Cricketers, 1852 (1912)
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A cricket theme for a menu card design, 1911 (1912).Artist: George Hillyard Swinstead
A cricket theme for a menu card design, 1911 (1912).Artist: George Hillyard Swinstead
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A ladies cricket match, Newington Green, Islington, London, 1811 (1912)
A ladies cricket match, Newington Green, Islington, London, 1811 (1912)
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Kensington House (Palace), London, 1776 (1912)
Kensington House (Palace), London, 1776 (1912)
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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)
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The Prince of Wales (1894-1972), the future King Edward VIII, 1912.Artist: Rose Burrant
The Prince of Wales (1894-1972), the future King Edward VIII, 1912.Artist: Rose Burrant
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Prince Christian Victor of Schleswig-Holstein (1867-1900), 19th century (1912)
Prince Christian Victor of Schleswig-Holstein (1867-1900), 19th century (1912)
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Madingley Hall, Madingley, Cambridgeshire, 19th century (1912)
Madingley Hall, Madingley, Cambridgeshire, 19th century (1912)
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The Prince of Wales (1894-1972), the future King Edward VIII, 1912.Artist: Rose Burrant Featured Print

The Prince of Wales (1894-1972), the future King Edward VIII, 1912.Artist: Rose Burrant

The Prince of Wales (1894-1972), the future King Edward VIII, 1912. On the death of his father, King George V, in January 1936, Prince Edward was proclaimed King Edward VIII. Before long, rumours circulated about his alleged romance with an American, Mrs Wallis Warfield Simpson, then married to her second husband, a London shipping broker. On 20 October 1936, Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin counselled Edward, as king and head of the Church of England, to remove all cause for the rumours. A week later Mrs. Simpson was granted a divorce, to become final in six months. In November the king confided to Baldwin that he intended to marry Mrs Simpson even if it meant his abdication. A morganatic marriage was proposed, but the cabinet was unwilling to accept this compromise. On December 11 1936, therefore, the king abdicated in favour of his brother, the duke of York, who became King George VI. Edward received the title duke of Windsor and married Mrs Simpson in June 1937. From Imperial Cricket, edited by P F Warner and published by The London and Counties Press Association Ltd (London, 1912)

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Frederick Louis (1707-1751), Prince of Wales, 18th century (1912)
Frederick Louis (1707-1751), Prince of Wales, 18th century (1912)
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Cricket at Moulsey Hurst, 1780, (1912)
Cricket at Moulsey Hurst, 1780, (1912)
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The South African cricket team of 1912
The South African cricket team of 1912
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Lords cricket ground, London, 1793 (1912)
Lords cricket ground, London, 1793 (1912)
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The first English cricket team to tour America, 1859 (1912)
The first English cricket team to tour America, 1859 (1912)
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The England cricket team of 1912
The England cricket team of 1912
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The English cricket eleven of 1846 (1912)
The English cricket eleven of 1846 (1912)
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Royal cricketers at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, 1911 (1912)
Royal cricketers at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, 1911 (1912)
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Cricket in 1743 (1912)
Cricket in 1743 (1912)
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Edward Sackville (1591-1652), 4th Duke of Dorset, playing cricket, 18th century (1912)
Edward Sackville (1591-1652), 4th Duke of Dorset, playing cricket, 18th century (1912)
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The Australian cricket team of 1912
The Australian cricket team of 1912
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