263. COURTNEY WALSH and STEVE WAUGH, autographed original caricatures by David Green; individually framed & glazed, each overall 58 x 47cm. (2).��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $250–300 264. VIV RICHARDS “The Master Blaster” limited edition photographic display by Patrick Eagar, #32/350, signed by Richards and with details of his incredible career. With CofA. Framed & glazed, overall 58 x 45cm.������� $120–150 265. Cricket Miscellany, comprising a Sheffield Mint whisky flask in the shape of a cricket bat; a set of 4 drinks coasters in the shape of cricket balls sihned by Don Bradman; a World Cup England 1999 commemorative watch in box of issue plus 5 modern flicker books (4 of Bradman, 1 of Lillee). (11 items).�������������������������������������������������������������������������� $200–300 266. “The Knights of Cricket” framed display signed by the then living six knighted cricketers; Cowdrey, Weekes and Bradman in good condition. Overall 82 x 54cm.����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $200–300 267. FULL -SIZE CRICKET BATS (3) IN PRESENTATION CASES: A Gunn & Moore Steve Waugh “200” Limited Edition (98/200) signed by Steve Waugh; a Stuart Surridge “Mark Taylor” branded bat; a Duncan Fearnley bat signed by players in the 1981-82 Australian Team v West Indies including Greg Chappell, Rod Marsh, Allan Border, Bruce Yardley, Jeff Thomson, Kim Hughes and several others, including Desmond Haynes. (mostly faded).��������������������������������������������������������� $300–500 268. Graham Hick’s batting gloves, pair of match-used Duncan Fearnley brand gloves, both signed by Hick. [Rhodesian born, Hick played for Zimbabwe 1983-86 and for England 1991 - 2001 appearing in 65 Tests and made more than 41,000 runs in all First Class matches].����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $200–300 270 269 269. CURTLY AMBROSE’S WEST INDIESTESTTEAM CAP, maroon wool with the West Indies logo embroidered to front. Cap by Bill Edwards of Swansea with Ambrose’s name in pen on the label (partly overwritten). Attractively framed. [Ambrose played in 98 Tests for the West Indies, taking 405 wickets at an average of 20.99]. Provenance: Originally purchased at a Knight’s Sporting Memorabilia Auction, with the note which accompanied the cap when offered as Lot 919 in June 2005 as part of the M.L. Evans Cap Collection. NB: Clive Lloyd’s West Indies Test Team Cap was sold by Leski Auctions in 2008 for $10,925 (incl. BP).����������� $6,000–8,000 270. PAT SYMCOX’S SOUTH AFRICA “BAGGY GREEN”TEST CAP, green wool, embroidered Protea & “S.A.CRICKET” on front, Albion label inside endorsed “PS” . [Symcox, a tall off-spinner, played 20 Tests 1993-99]. Ex South African cricket writer Brian Bassano, with letter of provenance. Purchased at Leski Auction No.213, Lot 460, May 2003.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ $2,000–2,500 47