260 261 260. CHRIS BROAD’S ENGLAND XI CAP , for the 1990-91 rebel tour to South Africa, blue wool, with embroidered England logo & “England XI 1990-91” on front, named inside “CB” . Fine condition. [Chris Broad played 25Tests 1984-89]. Attractively framed. The 1989-90 English tour was a financial disaster as it coincided with the “unbanning” of the African National Congress and the release from prison of Nelson Mandela. As South Africa began the dismantling of apartheid, Ali Bacher was surprised at the scale of mass demonstrations against the tour as previous rebel tours had passed smoothly in the country. The second tour, scheduled for 1990-91 was cancelled. The Squad comprised: Mike Gatting (captain), Bill Athey, Kim Barnett, Chris Broad, Chris Cowdrey, Graham Dilley, Richard Ellison, John Emburey, Neil Foster, Bruce French, Paul Jarvis, Matthew Maynard, Tim Robinson, Greg Thomas, Alan Wells & David Graveney (player/manager). Originally purchased from Leski Auction No.301, Lot 840, December 2006, with CofA.������������������������������������ $3,000–3,500 261. ALLAN BORDER’S AUSTRALIAN “PRIME MINISTER’S XI” CRICKET CAP, green wool, embroidered “Prime Minister’s XI” logo on front, Albion label inside signed “Allan Border” . Superb condition. [Allan Border played in the Prime Minister’s XI ten times from 1985-96, each time as captain - a unique achievement]. With original CofA. Attractively framed. Provenance: Leski Auctions, June 2008, Auction No.330, Lot 783. ������������������������������������������������������������������� $2,500–3,500 2 262 62. A bronze statuette of Donald Bradman batting, titled ‘The Cover Drive’ by Frederic Whitehouse, ed. 49/500. With original, signed Certificate of Limitation. 18cm tall. Not to be confused with the pewter version of this statuette, issued in an edition of 5,000.���������������������������������� $300–500 46