b'49288CURTLY AMBROSES WEST INDIES TEST TEAM CAP, maroon wool with the West Indies logo embroidered to front. Cap by Bill Edwards of Swansea with Ambroses name in pen on the label (partly overwritten). Attractively framed. [Ambrose played in 98 Tests for the West Indies, taking 405 wickets at an average of 20.99].Provenance: Originally purchased at a Knights Sporting Memorabilia Auction, with the note which accompanied the cap when offered as Lot 919 in June 2005 as part of the M.L. Evans Cap Collection.NB: Clive Lloyds West Indies Test Team Cap was sold by Leski Auctions in 2008 for $10,925 (incl. BP). $4,0005,000289WISDENS ALMANACKS: Soft cover editions for 1993, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 & 2010. (Total: 9)$150200290PAT SYMCOXS SOUTH AFRICA BAGGY GREEN TEST CAP, green wool, embroidered Protea & S.A.CRICKETon front, Albion label inside endorsed PS. [Symcox, a tall off-spinner, played 20 Tests 1993-99].Ex South African cricket writer Brian Bassano, with letter of provenance.Purchased at Leski Auction No.213, Lot 460, May 2003. $1,2001,500291291HANSIE CRONJES MATCH WORN SOUTH AFRICAN TEST TEAM CAP 1993/94, with U.C.B. South Africa balland wicket logo on front and Sacop Brand label signed in ink HANSIE CRONJE. Attractively framed. Wessel Johannes Hansie Cronje (19692002) was a South African cricketer and captain of the South African national cricket team in the 1990s. He was voted the 11th greatest South African in 2004 despite having been banned from cricket for life due to his role in a match-fixing scandal. He died in a plane crash in 2002. Cronje led South Africa to a record 23 wins in his 53 Test matches, with just 11 losses. Under his captaincy they also won 99 ODIs.Purchased at Lawsons Auctions, Lot 811, 27 June 2005. . $2,5003,000292AUSTRALIAN TEST PLAYERSA remarkable collection of over 140 signatures of then-living Australian Test Team players, circa 1994, attractively presented on 12 printed cards, each headed AUSTRALIAN TEST PLAYERS with the Australian cost-of-arms in green. The signatures are all in ink and with very slight duplication including Bradman x2. Other notables include Arthur Morris, Sam Loxton, Bill Brown, Neil Harvey, Ian Johnson, Keith Miller, Doug Ring, Leo OBrien, Keith Stackpole, Bill Lawry, Kerry OKeeffe, Steve Waugh, Greg Chappell, Doug Walters, Bob Simpson, Neil Hawke, Colin McDonald, Ian Craig, etc$500750293ZIMBABWE WSC One-Day International Team trousers from the 1994-95 Tour of Australia;match worn and signed by the wicket-keeper, Wayne James.Provenance: The Kevin ODowd Collection. .$100200294DEVON MALCOLMS ENGLAND HOME TEST TEAM CAP, navy blue wool with embroidered Crown over three lions on front, with D.M. to inside label. Very fine condition. Attractively framed.Malcolm played in 40 Test Matches for England between 1989 and 1997.Provenance: Accompanied by an Authentication note, signed by D.E. Malcolm when the cap was auctioned by Knights Sporting Memorabilia in March 1998, Lot 997. .$8001,000'