b'1465SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB: 1889-90 Membership Ticket, No.411 for A.J. Stodgett. Royal blue leather,with gold embossing.1889-90 was the first season to see the introduction of a programme of cricket Pennant Matches in Melbourne; representing the start of the modem era of club competition. The original competing teams were Carlton, East Melbourne, Essendon, Fitzroy, Melbourne, North Melbourne, Port Melbourne, Richmond, St Kilda, South Melbourne, University and Williamstown. Eight rounds of matches were played in the initial season. .$7501,00066706866SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CRICKET ASSOCIATION (Adelaide Oval) 1899-1900 Full Membership medallion, No.243 in silver. .$50060067Stepping Out to Drive a bronze statuette of Victor Trumper, by Frederic Whitehouse, #014 of a limited edition of 500. Height: 21cm. $200300CRICKET1900-192768W.G. GRACE signed photographic postcard; framed and glazed, overall 31.5 x 20cm. .$60080069A pair of miniature ceramic cricket shoes, circa 1900; no makers mark, but both stamped on the heel Rd No:335843 (2). $10015070SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CRICKET ASSOCIATION (Adelaide Oval) 1901-02 Membership fob for Full Member No.661; silver. .$300400711901 - 1904 WISDENS ALMANACKS, rebound into hard covers without original wrappers and some advertisements.(4 vols.) $40050072RULES and BYE-LAWS of the MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. three complete editions; all published by Mason,Frith & McCutcheon, Printers; dated 7th August, 1901 (32pp); 27th February, 1907 (32pp) and 22nd October, 1936 (36pp). The first two, particularly scarce. (3 items).The number of Members shall not exceed 2500[1901], 3500[1907] and 6200.[1936]. .$200300ImagesLot numbers in black indicate lots not illustrated in this catalogue but which are available online at www.leski.com.au'