b'43v253253ARTHUR EDWARD JAMES [1900 - 1974] TEAM PHYSIOTHERAPIST WHO ACCOMPANIED THE AUSTRALIANS ON 9 CONSECUTIVE TOURS OF ENGLAND BETWEEN 1930 and 1968: Various items from his estate and that of his sister, who passed away in 1995. A scrapbook, with newspaper cuttings, photographs, etc., a letter of commiseration fromAlan Barnes (Secretary A.C.B.) on James passing; 1964, 1968 & 1972 Official signed team sheets; a 33rpm 12 inch recording titled England v Australia Toasts & Speeches at the 200th Test Match Anniversary Dinner; 4 retired cricket balls; a miniature bat signed by Graham McKenzie; a bail cut in half and endorsed 1968; The Cricket Quarterly April 1964, a rubber bear in Australian team blazer and Rothmans Test Cricket Almanac 1965-66. (qty). .$500750254254ZAHEER ABBAS PAKISTAN TEST CAP, green wool with the five-armed star logo of the Pakistan Cricket Board embroidered to front. Made by Naeem Cap Industry, with Z in pen on the label and ZAHEER in pen on the plastic lining. Very fine condition and attractively framed.Zaheer Abbas was the 63rd Pakistani player to be capped for the national team, achieving this honour in 1969.He appeared in 78 Test Matches between 1969 and 1985, amassing 5,062 runs at an average of 44.8. In 1982/83,he became the first batsman to score three consecutive centuries in one-day internationals. Sometimes known as the Asian Bradman, Zaheer Abbas is regarded as one of the finest batsmen in the history of cricket. He had two stints as captain of the national team in 1981 and 1984 and retired from international cricket in 1985, but has officiated as a match referee in one Test and three ODI matches. He has also worked as the manager of the national team. In 2015 he became ICC president, the third cricketer after Colin Cowdrey and Clyde Walcott, to hold the post.Provenance: With Statutory Declaration advising that the cap was acquired in the early to mid-90s from Knights Sporting Memorabilia Auctions. . $2,0002,500255WEST INDIES 1976: A full-size SP brand bat, signed to the front of the blade by members of the touring party in England, including Murray, Fredericks, Julien, Findlay, Greenidge, King and Roberts; further signed on the back by DERBYSHIRE and KENT team members who played against the West Indians. (Yorkshire & Derbyshire signatures also present but mostly faded).Provenance: Collection of Barry Knight [England, 29 Tests 1961-69]. .$100200'