b'261491929 WISDENS ALMANACK rebound in hardcover preserving the original front cover and the 1930 edition rebound in hardcover without original covers. (2) .$200250150150THE WEST INDIES TEAM in AUSTRALIA - 1930WEST INDIES v VICTORIA Souvenir Programme and Scorecard for the four-day match which preceded the Test Match series. Signed internally by the full Victorian Team including Woodfull, Ponsford, Ryder, Hendry, aBeckett, Darling, Barnett and OBrien. Also signed by ten of the West Indians including Headley, Constantine, Hunte, Sealy, Barrow and Martin. The rear cover provides enough space for DON BRADMANS AMAZING RECORDS. Although a little foxed, the brochure is complete and extremely scarce. $200300151151BRADMANS HIGHEST TEST MATCH SCORE - 334.A souvenir silk score card for the Test Match at Leeds, July 1930. Printed in deep blue by Crosland & Co., Kirkgate, Leeds. 12 x 27.5cm.In the Third Test, at Headingley, Bradman scored a century before lunch on 11 July, the first day of the Test match to equal the performances of Victor Trumper and Charlie Macartney. In the afternoon, Bradman added another century between lunch and tea, before finishing the day on 309 not out. He remains the only Test player to pass 300 in one days play. His eventual score of 334 was a world-record, exceeding the previous mark of 325 by Andy Sandham. Bradman dominated the Australian innings; the second-highest tally was 77 by Alan Kippax. The match ended in anti-climax as poor weather prevented a result, as it also did in the Fourth Test. .$300400152A cricket ball manual press used in the manufacturing process, circa 1930s. Cast steel on a wooden base. Very heavy!25cm high, 40cm across .$400500ImagesLot numbers in black indicate lots not illustrated in this catalogue but which are available online at www.leski.com.au'