151. ENGLAND IN AUSTRALIA 1932/33 -THE BODYLINE SERIES An album containing photographs, pictures, postcards and a score sheet, all associated with the English squad and incorporating 32 original autographs, namely Harold Larwood (2), Bill Voce (2), Gubby Allen (2), Bill Bowes (2), Maurice Tate (3), Hedley Verity (1), Herbert Sutcliffe (4), Wally Hammond (1), Robert Wyatt (1), Eddie Paynter (2), Maurice Leyland (3), Nawab of Patudi (1), Freddie Brown (1), Tom Mitchell (1), Leslie Ames (2), George Duckworth (2) and the managers Pelham Warner (1) and Richard Paliaret (1). [A great basis for someone to complete the collection!]. Accompanied by three of the best books written on the Series: “Bodyline?” by Harold Larwood [1933], “The Fight for the Ashes 1932-33” by Jack Hobbs [1933] and “Bodyline Autopsy” by David Frith [2002].����������������������������������������������������������������������� $500–750 152. Cricket autographs: HAROLD LARWOOD (on a 1932-33 photo of Bill Oldfield after being hit by a ball), BILL BOWES (on 1973 tribute dinner menu), IAN REDPATH (on a1968 photo, walking out to bat with Bill Lawry), DAVID HOOKES (batting photo), GEOFF HOWARTH (N.Z. Captain photo), DAV WHATMORE (on 1990-91 Testimonial programme), ALLAN BORDER (in his book “Beyond Ten Thousand”). (7 items). Provenance: The Kevin O’Dowd Collection.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $200–300 153. HAROLD LARWOOD, two action photographs signed in red ink. One 19 x 29cm, the other 15 x 12cm. (2). Provenance: The Kevin O’Dowd Collection.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $200–250 154. MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB, membership badges, made by C. Bentley, for 1933-34 (No.3964), 1935-36 (No.2188) & by K.G.Luke for 1937-38 (No.4461), by Stokes for 1938-39 (No.2874) and by Bentley for 1939-40 (No.2131). (5).$300–500 155. MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB: “Meeting of the Trustees of the Metropolitan Cricket Ground.....5th July, 1933” in the matter of “Relations with Melbourne Cricket Club. 20pp + grey cover. Unknown printer. “Bodyline” wasn’t the only cricket controversy in 1932-33.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$100–200 156. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM, ENGLAND 1934 official team photograph (17 x 22cm), together with an autographed letter to Ern Bromley on letterhead “Australian Board Of Control For International Cricket” dated 5th Feb. 1934, signed W.H. Jeanes (Secretary), block mounted and laminated with the associated envelope. (2 frames). �������������� $80–120 157. MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB, 1934-35 membership badge by C. Bentley, (No.2393) and the Country member’s badge (No.446). (2). The Melbourne & Victorian Centenary Year.����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $300–500 158 159 158. DON BRADMAN toby jug, with cap in green, made by Marutomo Ware, 1934, 15cm high.������������������������������������ $250–300 159. DON BRADMAN, small toby jug with cap in brown, 10cm high, made by Marutomo Ware, 1934.�������������������������� $250–300 160. A mounted display titled “AUSTRALIA XI 1934” and showing the Orient Line R.M.S.Orford, which carried the Australian Team to England. The complete touring party of 18 has signed (in pen) to the mount but most of the autographs are damp affected. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $200–300 28