b'18991909 & 1910 WISDENS ALMANACKS, rebound into hard covers preserving most of the advertisements. (2). .$200300100MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB, 1909-10 membership medallion, made by Stokes, No.407;and the 1911-12 membership medallion, made by C. Bentley, No.956. (2 items). .$600800103101101MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB: 1910-11 Ladies Reserve Season Ticket, No.4812. $400500102SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB: 1910-1911 Members Season Ticket, No.1034; red leather with gold embossing.$100200.103SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND 1910-11 Membership medallion$400500104WISDENS ALMANACK for 1910: rebound from title page to p.516 and incorporating the photographic plateFIVE CRICKETERS OF THE YEAR (which included Warren Bardsley and Vern Ransford of Australia);half red calf over cloth-covered boards, blank end-papers, gilt titles to spine. Provenance: The family, by descent from the estate of Essex cricketer and England selector, Percy Perrin [1876-1945]$150250105105TWO LETTERS FROM JAMNAGAR PALACE, 1910Two autograph letters, written and signed by Harry Lester Simms while at Jamnagar Palace, a guest of Ranjitsinhji.The letters are addressed to Kumar Saheb [Kumar Shri Godji Khengarji Saheb Manhubha, second son of Khengarji Rao III, ruler of Kutch at Bhuj Palace.].His Highness requests that you would be kind enough to play us 2 matches, here and at Bhuj.kindest regards to His Highness, Your Brother & Kuty Saheb, 2 pages undated; and the second letter, dated 19.6.10, I have given your message to the Jam Saheb & he says he real[l]y cannot hear of it. So you see you must come here & play us. He also tells me to tell you that he will play for you if you wishwe are short of matches & should real[l] feel disappointed if you did not pay us a visit this year, 2 pages. Both letters on watermarked letter sheets headed ARCHIE VILLA, JAMNAGAR with Ranjitsinhjis crest embossed in gold. A few small filing holes not affecting text.Harry Lester SIMMS [1888-1942] was an English First Class cricketer who played a prominent role in cricket for Sussex and the MCC. He was born in Adelaide but moved to England. Simms would have known Ranji from the Sussex County Cricket Club in which they both played at the same time. He also played cricket in India for the Europeans Team, based in Bombay.Provenance: Nawanagar Palace Museum Collection. .$8001,000'