b'281541541930 AUSTRALIAN TEAM POSTCARDS: An official team photo PC by T.Bolland, St. Leonards, signed in ink on reverse by Victor Richardson, Hornibrook, ABeckett, McCabe and Bradman. Also, a particularly scarce advertising postcard titled THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKET XI. OF !(#). Visit to the English Steel Corporation Ltd., Vickers Works, Sheffield, 13 May, 1930. depicting the players and various officials during the visit. (2).Provenance: The estate of A.E.James, Physiotherapist to the Australian Cricket Team, 1930s-1960s.$150250155A delightful autograph album with nearly 120 signatures gathered from teams playing in Sydney, mainly during the 1930s. Includes the Australian team v South Africa (Sydney, 2nd Test Dec.1931) which Australia won by an innings and 155 runs (Rigg 127, Bradman 112, Grimmett 8-72); a page with most of the 1931 South African team; a Queensland team (including Benshed, Thurlow, Mossop and Cook); a New South Wales team (including Kippax, Fingleton, Brown, OReilly, McCabe & Oldfield); a Victorian team (including Woodfull, Ironmonger, Ponsford, Darling & Rigg); Cumberland C.C. Premiers 1932-33 (including Len Leabeater, William Howell, Jack Fitzpatrick & Ray Rowe); a NSW v The Rest selection (24/11/33) including OReilly, Fingleton, Woodfull, Nitsche, Darling & Clem Hill; a South Australian team including Vic Richardson, Jack Nitschke, Wally Catchlove & Clarrie Grimmett. The last page is headed Aust. XI and features the 1936/37 team including Bradman, Ebeling, Brown, Robinson, Tallon, Gregory, Chipperfield, Badcock and Fingleton. . $2,0002,500157156156THE SOUTH AFRICAN TEAM IN AUSTRALIA - 1931/32An attractive display comprising of a signed action photograph of Don Bradman, mounted together with an autograph page of the South African tourists with 18 signatures; window mounted with a caption listing the South African team. Framed & glazed, overall 37 x 32cm.Australia won the series 5-0, with Bradman scoring 806 runs including a 299 n.o. at an average of 201.50. Grimmett took 33 wickets and Ironmonger 31. For South Africa, the highest batting score was 111 by Viljoen and Bell took 23 wickets. $500750.1571931 - 1936 WISDENS ALMANACKS, all rebound in hard covers, all preserving the original yellow soft covers. (6)$1,0001,250.'