b'311631933 WISDENS ALMANACK, original soft cover edition, complete. Minor insect damage to front and back covers. .$100150164MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB: 1934-35 Honorary Membership Ticket, No.127 for Mr.A. Hough;red-brown leather with gold embossing. (faults). .$100200165 167165WOMENS CRICKET: AUSTRALIA v ENGLAND 1934 - 1935 green and gold badge;the text continues Souvenir of Visit First English Ladies XI. Extremely rare,The English womens cricket team toured Australia and New Zealand in 1934 and 1935. It was on this tour that the first womens Test matches were played: three against Australia, followed by one against New Zealand. England won the first two Tests against the Australians convincingly, and had the better of a drawn third Test, to clinch the Ashes. The game against New Zealand was even more one-sided in Englands favour. $200300166166THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM IN ENGLAND - 1934An attractive display comprising of an autograph page with 9 signatures in pen including Bert Oldfield, Bill OReillyand Bill Ponsford; mounted together with a signed action picture of Don Bradman and a picture of the whole team being introduced to King George V. Window mounted, framed and glazed, overall 37.5 x 52.5cm. .$500750167MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB, membership medallions for 1934-35 (No.568), 1935-36 (No.549) and 1936-37 (No.875); all by C. Bentley. (3 items). $300500168THE 1934 ASHES SERIES: A collection comprising of a lizard skin wallet (by Smythson of Bond Street) inscribedin gold lettering With congratulations and best wishes to Mr. A.E. James from W.Harrison - Australia v England 1934 [NB: these were presented to all members of the touring party]; an official team postcard by Photo-Work Ltd., Brighouse; an ACB letterhead sheet with reproduction autographs of the touring party; a Surrey County Cricket Club printed score sheet recording the result in the Fifth Test, which Australia won by 562 runs, Ponsford making 266 and Bradman 244 in the first innings. (4 items).Provenance: The estate of A.E.James, Physiotherapist to the Australian Cricket Team, 1930s-1960s.$1001501691934 AUSTRALIA vs ENGLAND 5th TEST: signatures of Australian tour members on a plain postcard (faults) stated to have been collected by Bradman himself and signed by him, plus those of Alan Kippax, Clarrie Grimmett, Bill Woodfull, Bill Ponsford, Hans Ebeling (his only Test Match), Len Darling, Arthur Chipperfield, Bill OReilly, Stan McCabe, Bert Oldfield, Bill Brown, Ben Barnett, Chuck Fleetwood-Smith & Ernest Bromley reverse is annotated The signatures were collected by Don Bradman himself on the 18th August 1934 when he scored 244 in the 1st innings of the 5th Test Match. .$200250170A mounted display titled AUSTRALIA XI 1934 and showing the Orient Line R.M.S.Orford, which carried the Australian Team to England. The complete touring party of 18 has signed (in pen) to the mount but most of the autographs are damp affected$150200'