b'22133 140133THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM IN ENGLAND - 1921An original real photo postcard of the Australian Touring Party, signed in pen by all 16 players and officials, attractively mounted together with details of the team. Signatories include Armstrong (Captain), Bardsley, Ryder, Gregory, Mayne, Mailey, Carter & Oldfield. Framed and glazed, overall 33 x 29.5cm.Australia won the 5 match Ashes Series, 3-0. For Australia, McDonald was the outstanding bowler, taking 27 Test wickets; Macartney top-scored with 115. Mead top-scored for England, with 182 n.o., while Parkin was the best of the bowlers, with 16 wickets. Astonishingly, England employed 14 different bowlers during the Test Series. $1,0001,2501341921 - 1923 WISDENS ALMANACKS, all rebound in hard covers, preserving the original soft covers in the 1921and 1923 editions. (3). .$250350135Selection of cricket-themed prints including Fuller Pilch playing for Kent against Sussex, 1837, Victor Trumperprint from a photograph taken by George Beldam showing Trumpers strokeplay, Chevallier Taylor 1905 print ofWarwick Armstrong (Australian captain 1920-21), Victorian Gallery (London) humorous scene Village Cricket -Nine Gentlemen In Waiting plus three other items; all framed & glazed, various frame sizes. (7 items)$1502001361371361921 AUSTRALIAN ASHES TOUR OF ENGLAND: mounted display with large portrait photograph of Australian Captain Warwick Armstrong, alongside a smaller photograph showing Australian Touring Team, which has been signed by Armstrong, with a caption beneath; framed & glazed, overall 53x42.5cm.[The 1921 Tour was highly successful, playing 38 matches, winning 22 of them, drawing 14 and losing just twicetowards the end of the tour. Australia won the first three Test Matches in the series, meaning they had won eight in a row, having administered a 5-0 drubbing to England in 1920-21 season in Australia. The last two matches of the Test Series were drawn.] $3004001371923, 1932 and 1935 WISDENS ALMANACKS, attractively rebound in matching hardcovers preserving most original soft covers and advertising pages. (3). .$300500'