b'33174THE ENGLISH TEAM IN AUSTRALIA 1936-37An attractive display comprising a team photograph plus an autograph page signed by all 14 players who appeared in the Test matches plus 3 other members of the touring party, including Wally Hammond, who top scored (231 n.o.) and made the most runs (468) for England, Les Ames, who took 13 catches, Bill Voce, who took 26 wickets, the captain, Gubby Allen and Maurice Leyland, who made 441 runs. Framed & glazed, overall 46 x 27cm.This Ashes Series was Bradmans first as captain. Australia won the Series 3-2 and Bradman made the most runs (810), with a top score of 270 and an average of 90.00. He also took 7 catches. $350400175M.C.C. TEAM - AUSTRALIAN TOUR - 1936-37, official team photograph by the Sydney Mail, attractively mounted with names printed below; framed, but not glazed. Superb condition. (Image 30 x 37.5cm) overall 50 x 62.5cm. $200300176MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB: A collection of membership medallions comprising 1937-38, 1938-39, 1940-41,1948-49, 1956-57, 1957-58 and 1957-58 Country; also, two 50 Years Members pins. (9 items). .$3004001771937-39 WISDENS ALMANACKS; the first rebound in hardcover preserving the original yellow covers, 1938 and 1939 cloth covers. (3). $300400178A miniature William Gunn Autograph bat headed AUSTRALIA 1938 with the signatures of the whole squad including Bradman, McCabe, OReilly and Bill Brown, who also features on a fine laminated portrait photograph by Sidney Riley, Brisbane which has been encased and laminated. (2 items). .$150200179179THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM IN ENGLAND - 1938A display comprising of the official team sheet fully signed by all 17 players in the touring party, including Don Bradman, Stan McCabe, Bill Brown, Bill OReilly and Charles Fleetwood-Smith, mounted together with a picture of the team and officials. Framed and glazed, overall 47.5 x 36.5cm.Five Tests were planned but only four Test matches were played, after the 3rd Test was washed out. Australia won 1 and England won 1. Bradmans 103 in the 4th Test extended to 6 his record for centuries in successive Tests. $500750180AUSTRALIA v ENGLAND: First Test Match at Nottingham, June 1938C.J. Barnett (126) and Len Hutton (100) signed photograph depicting the two batsmen walking out to start their great opening stand. The match ended in a draw. Framed and glazed, overall 44 x 33.5cm. .$200250ImagesLot numbers in black indicate lots not illustrated in this catalogue but which are available online at www.leski.com.au'