218. AUSTRALIAN TEST CRICKETER AUTOGRAPHS: A lovely collection of autographed displays in an album; mostly one autograph per page and including Ian Chappell, Ricky Ponting, Ian Healy, Glenn McGrath, Shane Warne, Barry Richards, Des Hoare, John Dyson, Jeff Hammond, Murray Bennett, Tony Mann, Lindsay Kline, Terry Alderman, Michael Bevan, Ray Bright, John Duncan, Jack Potter and many more. [Total: 166].����������������������������������������������������������������������� $750–1,000 219. INTIKHAB ALAM’S WORLD XI 1971-72 CAP, pale blue wool, with embroidered logo & “1971-72” on front. Good condition, match used. [Intikhab Alam played 47Tests for Pakistan between 1959 and 1977 .The World XI tour of Australia was organised to replace the cancelled South African tour. Champions from six countries made up the World XI: - Garfield Sobers & Clive Lloyd (West Indies); Intikhab Alam & Zaheer Abbas (Pakistan); Graeme & Peter Pollock (South Africa); Sunil Gavaskar & Bishen Bedi (India);Tony Greig (England) & Bob Cunis (NZ).The 5Test Series resulted in 2 matches drawn, 1 won by Australia and 2 won by the World XI]. Attractively framed. An extremely rare piece ofTest Match memorabilia. Provenance: Leski Auctions, December 2006 - Auction 301, Lot 721; with original CofA.���������������������������������� $3,000–5,000 220. A collection of signed player photographs in an album, noted Ian Chappell, Doug Walters, Keith Stackpole, David Hookes, Rodney Hogg, Ian Healy, Chris Rogers, Ryan Harris, Glen Maxwell and many more. [Total: 27].����������������������������� $200–300 221. 1972 Australian Cricket Touring Team commemorative ashtray issued to the “Honoured Guests” of The National Sporting Club, 27th June 1972.����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$100–150 224 222 222. RAY BRIGHT’S VICTORIAN STATE TEAM CAP , navy blue wool with the VCA logo embroidered to front; made by Phillip Joseph and signed on the label. Attractively framed. As well as captaining the Victorian Shield team for several years Bright also had a long though intermittent career in the Australian Test Squad having played in 25 Test Matches between 1977 and 1986. Provenance: With a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Ray Bright.����������������������������������������������������������������� $1,000–1,500 223. VIV RICHARDS & CLIVE LLOYD autographed, black & white action photographs (2) of the great West Indies batsmen in their follow-through positions; Rod Marsh looks frustrated behind Richards’ wicket. Both approx 28 x 20cm. Provenance: The Kevin O’Dowd Collection.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $150–200 224. ZAHEER ABBAS’ PAKISTANTEST CAP, green wool with the five-armed star logo of the Pakistan Cricket Board embroidered to front. Made by Naeem Cap Industry, with “Z” in pen on the label and “ZAHEER” in pen on the plastic lining. Very fine condition and attractively framed. Zaheer Abbas was the 63rd Pakistani player to be capped for the national team, achieving this honour in 1969. He appeared in 78 Test Matches between 1969 and 1985, amassing 5,062 runs at an average of 44.8. In 1982/83, he became the first batsman to score three consecutive centuries in one-day internationals. Sometimes known as ‘the Asian Bradman’, Zaheer Abbas is regarded as one of the finest batsmen in the history of cricket. He had two stints as captain of the national team in 1981 and 1984 and retired from international cricket in 1985, but has officiated as a match referee in one Test and three ODI matches. He has also worked as the manager of the national team. In 2015 he became ICC president, the third cricketer after Colin Cowdrey and Clyde Walcott, to hold the post. Provenance: With Statutory Declaration advising that the cap was acquired in the early to mid-90s from Knight’s Sporting Memorabilia Auctions.����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $2,000–3,000 225. 1977 CentenaryTest Character Jug, made by Bendigo Pottery, with heads of Greg Chappell andTony Greig, 17 cm tall; with Certificate #18/300, also, a Sir Donald Bradman Australian Legend pewter tankard with 1997 Certificate. (2 items).��$100–150 38