211 211. Samuel Garnet WELLS (Australian 1885-1972) [Test Cricket Between England And Australia 1962/3]. Ink and wash cartoon artwork, signed in image lower right, 31 x 38cm. This fascinating work captures the many issues arising from the first three days of the Second Test at Melbourne (Dec.29, 1962 - Jan.3, 1963). Captions make reference to Melbourne’s changeable weather, the slow batting rate, the fall of Australian wickets at 111, 112, 112, 155 and 164, Neil Harvey’s 1st Innings “duck” , the “rescue” of the Innings by the “Old Brigade” (Slasher - Davo - Benno), Fred Trueman’s bowling (“Frolicsome Fred”) and the arrival of the Bedser twins to watch the game. England won the Test Match by 7 wickets.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $500–750 212. Kevin O’Dowd’s very extensive cricket scrap books covering the period from 1963-64 (including the South Africa - Australia Test Series), the 1964 Australian Tour of England, 1964 Australia v India and Pakistan, the 1964-65 Sheffield Shield, 1965-66 Sheffield Shield, 1966 West Indies Tour of England, English Tour of Australia, 1965 Australian Tour of West Indies, 1965 New Zealand, England, South Africa Test Matches, 1965-66 Australian Tour of West Indies, 1966 Australian Tour of South Africa, 1966-67 Sheffield Shield, 1967 Australian Tour of New Zealand, etc. (13 volumes). Provenance: The Kevin O’Dowd Collection.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $200–300 213 213. PAKISTAN CRICKET TOUR OF AUSTRALIA: Commemorative silver cigarette case with green enamelled star of Pakistan and Australian coat-of-arms to top; embossed maps of East and West Pakistan to lower surface. Believed to have been issued to the players.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $200–250 214. 1964 Australia in England Souvenir Tour Programme (by Rostan Press); 1968 Australia in England Programme (Rostan Press); four original press photos (20 x 25cm) from the Fifth Test at Lords, August 1968; 1981 Australian Tour Programme [J & D Enterprises] plus an undated signed picture of Richie Benaud. (8 items).�����������������������������������$100–150 36