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Batsman Collection

Background imageBatsman Collection: Sir Donald Bradman

Sir Donald Bradman Unquestionably the greatest batsman ever to play Test cricket. Averaged an amazing 99.94 runs for Australia

Background imageBatsman Collection: Denis Compton at Hastings

Denis Compton at Hastings
Cricketer Denis Compton acknowledges the crowd at the Central Recreation Ground, Hastings. Playing for The South against Sir Pelham Warners Eleven

Background imageBatsman Collection: Compton and Edrich leave the Oval pitch, 1953

Compton and Edrich leave the Oval pitch, 1953
Photograph showing the two English batsman, Denis Compton and Bill Edrich, leaving the pitch at the Oval Cricket Ground, London, 19th August 1953

Background imageBatsman Collection: Ks Ranjitsinhji and C B Fry, cricketers

Ks Ranjitsinhji and C B Fry, cricketers
The leading batsmen of the year in 1901, cricketers K.S. Ranjitsinhji (1872-1933) and C.B. Fry (Charles Burgess Fry 1872-1956)

Background imageBatsman Collection: Cricket at Blackheath

Cricket at Blackheath
Kent host Surrey at the Rectory Field ground, Blackheath. Famous Surrey batsman Jack Hobbs is at the crease, and has been permitted to have a runner (seen at square leg)

Background imageBatsman Collection: Denis Compton at Hastings

Denis Compton at Hastings
Denis Compton turns a ball from spinner Jim Laker (out of picture) off his legs to score another boundary past the despairing reach of the short leg fielder as wicketkeeper Stewart Billy Griffith

Background imageBatsman Collection: Denis Compton and Patsy Hendren at The Oval, London

Denis Compton and Patsy Hendren at The Oval, London
Denis Compton (1918-1997) and Patsy Hendren (1889-1962) at The Oval, London, coming out to bat in a match between Surrey and Middlesex, 1st innings, Monday 10 August 1936. Date: 1936

Background imageBatsman Collection: County Cricket Match in 1939 - a wicket for Gover of Surrey

County Cricket Match in 1939 - a wicket for Gover of Surrey
County Cricket Match at the Oval in 1939 - a wicket has just fallen, caught behind. The bowler appears to be the Surrey player Alf Gover. Date: 1939

Background imageBatsman Collection: Jack Hobbs by Smithson Broadhead

Jack Hobbs by Smithson Broadhead
Jack Hobbs (Sir John Berry Hobbs), English cricketer (1882-1963), in a painting by W. Smithson Broadhead, specially done for The Illustrated Sporting & Dramatic News in 1925

Background imageBatsman Collection: Cricket

Cricket. Not Out. Batsman completes a quick single. Date: 1904

Background imageBatsman Collection: Cricket match at Winchester Eton v Winchester Colleges

Cricket match at Winchester Eton v Winchester Colleges
A Cricket match is being held at Winchester between Eton and Winchester College, many spectators gather around to watch the match. Date: 1864

Background imageBatsman Collection: A Googlie by Lawson Wood

A Googlie by Lawson Wood
A bear batsman looks concerned as a determined monkey bowls a googlie at his batting partner. Date: 1930

Background imageBatsman Collection: Gilbert Jessop (1874-1955)

Gilbert Jessop (1874-1955)
Photograph of Gilbert Jessop, the Gloucestershire and England batsman, who was famous for his feats of quick-scoring - he once scored a century in only 40 minutes

Background imageBatsman Collection: Umpire at a Cricket Match, c. 1905

Umpire at a Cricket Match, c. 1905
Illustration of a rather elderly figure umpiring a cricket match, which came with the following caption: Batsman (taking guard): What guard is that, umpire? Rustic Umpire: Yer can t better it, sur

Background imageBatsman Collection: Neil Harvey batting in the Fourth Test Match, Headingley, 19

Neil Harvey batting in the Fourth Test Match, Headingley, 19
Photograph of (Robert) Neil Harvey, the Australian batsman, playing a shot in the Fourth Test Match between England and Australia, Headingley Cricket Ground, 1948

Background imageBatsman Collection: W G Grace, legendary cricketer, batting

W G Grace, legendary cricketer, batting. late 19th century

Background imageBatsman Collection: A Young Batsman

A Young Batsman
A young batsman

Background imageBatsman Collection: V T Trumper - Cricketer

V T Trumper - Cricketer
Victor T Trumper - Australian Test cricketer

Background imageBatsman Collection: A G Pawson - Captain of Oxford University Cricket Team for the 1910 Varisty match against

A G Pawson - Captain of Oxford University Cricket Team for the 1910 Varisty match against Cambridge. Date: 1910

Background imageBatsman Collection: Jack Hobbs and Herbert Sutcliffe, cricketers

Jack Hobbs and Herbert Sutcliffe, cricketers, coming out to bat. They formed an opening partnership for the England team between 1924 and 1930. circa 1920s

Background imageBatsman Collection: The Master Jack Hobbs - Surrey and England Cricketer

The Master Jack Hobbs - Surrey and England Cricketer
The Master Jack Hobbs (1882-1963) - Surrey and England Cricketer - advertising card for Force cricket bats. Universally regarded by experts as one of the greatest batsmen in the entire history of

Background imageBatsman Collection: Cricket

Cricket
Illustration of a batsman running a quick single. Artist: George Derville Rowlandson. Date: circa 1905

Background imageBatsman Collection: Advert, Great Player's cigarettes, with cricketers

Advert, Great Player's cigarettes, with cricketers
Advert, Great Player's Medium Navy Cut cigarettes, with caricatures of cricketers (cards to collect) Date: 1926

Background imageBatsman Collection: Music cover, The Cricketer's Polka, by W H Stephenson

Music cover, The Cricketer's Polka, by W H Stephenson
Music cover, The Cricketer's Polka, for the pianoforte with vocal refrain, composed by W.H. Stephenson Date: circa 1883

Background imageBatsman Collection: Herbert Sutcliffe, English Cricketer - The Ashes, Sydney

Herbert Sutcliffe, English Cricketer - The Ashes, Sydney Date: 1925

Background imageBatsman Collection: Herbert Sutcliffe, Cricketer

Herbert Sutcliffe, Cricketer
Herbert Sutcliffe (1894-1978) was a professional cricketer who represented Yorkshire and England as an opening batsman. He was part of the M.C.C

Background imageBatsman Collection: Don Bradman batting at Perth, Hammond in slips

Don Bradman batting at Perth, Hammond in slips
Australian cricketer Don Bradman batting at Perth, Hammond in the slips Date: circa 1930s

Background imageBatsman Collection: Jack Hobbs sweeps ball to long leg

Jack Hobbs sweeps ball to long leg
English cricketer Jack Hobbs sweeping a ball to long leg Date: circa 1930s

Background imageBatsman Collection: Don Bradman

Don Bradman
Charcoal sketch of Donald George Bradman, nicknamed The Don. The Australian cricketer was widely acknowledged to be the greatest batsman of all time with a test career batting average of 99.94

Background imageBatsman Collection: Cartoon, The Last Wicket - The Boer War is compared to cricket with a Boer batting

Cartoon, The Last Wicket - The Boer War is compared to cricket with a Boer batting and Kitchener as wicket keeper. Date: 1901

Background imageBatsman Collection: Comic postcard, Drunken batsman who saw three balls Date: 20th century

Comic postcard, Drunken batsman who saw three balls Date: 20th century

Background imageBatsman Collection: Comic postcard, A fast one from the demon bowler Date: 20th century

Comic postcard, A fast one from the demon bowler Date: 20th century

Background imageBatsman Collection: Comic postcard, Bunny faces the fast bowler Date: 20th century

Comic postcard, Bunny faces the fast bowler Date: 20th century

Background imageBatsman Collection: A Young boy playing cricket in a suburban garden - he awaits for a delivery to arrive

A Young boy playing cricket in a suburban garden - he awaits for a delivery to arrive... Date: circa 1920

Background imageBatsman Collection: Reverend Frank Gillingham (1875-1953) - noted clergyman

Reverend Frank Gillingham (1875-1953) - noted clergyman and cricketer - in cricket apparel walking back to the pavilion. His score of 201 for Essex versus Middlesex (as reported in this issue)

Background imageBatsman Collection: Jack Hobbs hitting a boundary for Surrey against Yorkshire

Jack Hobbs hitting a boundary for Surrey against Yorkshire
Jack Hobbs, legendary cricketer, hitting a boundary in a Surrey versus Yorkshire match. circa 1920s

Background imageBatsman Collection: Leaving the cricket pavilion to bat

Leaving the cricket pavilion to bat. 1893

Background imageBatsman Collection: Ticket, Banks Cricket Club Dinner, Bell Hotel, Leicester

Ticket, Banks Cricket Club Dinner, Bell Hotel, Leicester. 1892

Background imageBatsman Collection: Cricket match

Cricket match. 18th century

Background imageBatsman Collection: The Duke of Edinburgh meeting Cricketer Donald Bradman

The Duke of Edinburgh meeting Cricketer Donald Bradman on 22nd April 1948 at the Public Schools Club on Piccadilly, London. Date: 1948

Background imageBatsman Collection: Australia beating England at cricket by three runs

Australia beating England at cricket by three runs
An eventful cricket match in which England was beaten by Australia by three runs. This photograph shows Australia at the wickets; Trumper is receiving the bowling from Rhodes; Duff is the batsman at

Background imageBatsman Collection: Bobby Abel

Bobby Abel (1857 - 1936), nicknamed The Guv nor, was a Surrey and England opening batsman who was one of the most prolific run-getters in the early years of the County Championship Date: 1897

Background imageBatsman Collection: Wrathall and Board, cricketers

Wrathall and Board, cricketers
Harry Wrathall and Jack Board, Gloucestershire county cricketers who made 106 runs at the 10th wicket in a match against Surrey. 1899

Background imageBatsman Collection: S E Gregory, cricketer

S E Gregory, cricketer. circa 1897

Background imageBatsman Collection: Sir Ranjitsinhji Vibhaji Jadeja, Indian ruler and cricketer

Sir Ranjitsinhji Vibhaji Jadeja, Indian ruler and cricketer
Sir Ranjitsinhji Vibhaji Jadeja, Indian ruler of Nawanagar and Test cricketer. circa 1897

Background imageBatsman Collection: J T Brown, cricketer

J T Brown, cricketer. 1897

Background imageBatsman Collection: J Tunnicliffe, cricketer

J Tunnicliffe, cricketer. 1897

Background imageBatsman Collection: Schoolboy bowled out two adult cricketers

Schoolboy bowled out two adult cricketers
The schoolboy (C L Townsend) bowled out H B Steel and E C Hornby before a run was scored



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