The Spectator's Sussex County Cricket Companion for 1901, fully completed in pencil -- Sussex County Cricket Ground, Brighton. John Lillywhite's Farewell Benefit. Gentlemen of England v. Players of England, Aug. 14th 15th and 16th, 1871, a reprint of the original scorecard by A.J. Gaston (7½ x 5in; 19 x 12.5cm), with advertisement at head by Henry Crowhurst, printer; together with a penny card, 4pp., with portrait and biography of K.S. Ranjitsinhji, 1896; a broadside to Welcome Back again His Highness the Jam Sahib of Nawanager ... the "Master Hand" ... [against] Middlesex, June 1908, with oval portrait and verses by A. Craig; a Sun ... Reliable Racing Cricket & General News fixtures' book with portraits of M. Cannon and Ranji -- C.B. Fry, half tone portrait by Hawkins & Co. on cut-out cricket ball shape, verso with advertisement for The Daily Chronicle printed in white lettering on image of a red ball; and A. CRAIG (publisher). The Excelsior Pictorial Post Card Budget: Portraits of the Sussex County Team [dated 1904 in ms], 4 cards each containing 3 portraits, in original blue printed wrappers; with another post-card, Sussex v. Australians 1926. (12) " /> SUSSEX HISTORY -- TAYLOR, Alfred D. <I>Bazaar Souvenir. Sussex Cricket: Historical Sketch</I>. Brighton: W.E. Nash, [1904]. 8°, 8pp., original wrappers with half tone illustration of the Sussex ground. Padwick 2776 -- A.J. GASTON. <I>Sussex County Cricket 1728-1923</I>, Brighton: 1923. 8°, 70pp. half tone illustrations, many full page, original wrappers, portrait of Gilligan on cover. Padwick 2769 -- the first and second issues of A. Craig's <I>Pleasant Recollections and Amusing Incidents</I>, 1900 and 1901, 8°, 16pp. [including a short article on "Delightful Hove"], original wrappers. [Padwick 6844] -- G. Hammond's copy of <I>The Spectator's Sussex County Cricket Companion for 1901</I>, fully completed in pencil -- <I>Sussex County Cricket Ground, Brighton. John Lillywhite's Farewell Benefit. Gentlemen of England v. Players of England, Aug. 14th 15th and 16th, 1871</I>, a reprint of the original scorecard by A.J. Gaston (7½ x 5in; 19 x 12.5cm), with advertisement at head by Henry Crowhurst, printer; together with a penny card, 4pp., with portrait and biography of K.S. Ranjitsinhji, 1896; a broadside to <I>Welcome Back again His Highness the Jam Sahib of Nawanager ... the "Master Hand"</I> ... [against] <I>Middlesex, June 1908</I>, with oval portrait and verses by A. Craig; a <I>Sun ... Reliable Racing Cricket & General News</I> fixtures' book with portraits of M. Cannon and Ranji -- <I>C.B. Fry</I>, half tone portrait by Hawkins & Co. on cut-out cricket ball shape, verso with advertisement for <I>The Daily Chronicle</I> printed in white lettering on image of a red ball; and A. CRAIG (publisher). <I>The Excelsior Pictorial Post Card Budget: Portraits of the Sussex County Team</I> [dated 1904 in ms], 4 cards each containing 3 portraits, in original blue printed wrappers; with another post-card, <I>Sussex v. Australians 1926.</I> (12) | Christie's