b'32171171THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM IN SOUTH AFRICA 1935-36Attractively framed display comprising an Official Programme for the Tour signed on the front by all 14 players including Victor Richardson (Captain), Stan McCabe (VC), Bill Brown, Jack Fingleton, Clarrie Grimmett and Bert Oldfield; mounted together with a team picture and a caption listing all the Australian participants. Overall 54 x 32cm.The Australians played 16 matches, all of them first-class. They won 13 (10 of them by an innings) and drew the other three. Of their four victories in the five Tests, three were by an innings; the 2nd Test ending in a draw. The leg-spin bowlers Grimmett (44 wickets) and OReilly (27) took 71 wickets between them in the Tests; the other Australian bowlers together took 27 wickets. On the tour overall OReilly took 95 wickets at an average of 13.56 and Grimmett took 92 at 14.80$8001,200172GEORGE HEADLEY: A signed picture of Headley in his batting stance. Framed & glazed, overall 44 x 29cm.George Headley [1909 - 1983] represented the West Indies in 22 Tests between 1929 and 1953.He made 2,190 runs at an average of 60.83. $200250173 174173DUDLEY NOURSES SOUTH AFRICA 1935 TEST TEAM CAP, green wool, embroidered springbok & S.A.1935 on front, made by Devereux of Eton, and named to NOURSE in pen on the label. Good match-worn condition. Attractively framed.Primarily a batsman, Nourse was captain of the South African team from 1948 to 1951. The 1935 Tour to England (for which he received this cap) was his Test cricket debut. After he scored a century in three consecutive innings, both innings against Surrey and then against Oxford, Plum Warner commented A Nourse, a Nourse, my kingdom for a Nourse. He made small scores in the first two Tests and was dropped for the Third Test, but then reached 53 not out in the second innings of the Fourth Test at Old Trafford. Four matches were drawn, but South Africa won the Second Test at Lords, and the series 10.Provenance: From the Keith Attree Collection, with a note signed by Attree in which he explains that the cap was acquired from the Doug Wright Collection when it was sold by T.Vennett-Smith Auctions in England in November 2003.NB: Graeme Pollocks South Africa 1964-65 Test cap sold for $5,015 in Leski Auctions, August 2011. $2,5003,000'