London, South Kensington
5 July 2005
The Cricket Match, between Sussex and Kent at Brighton
London: E. Gambart & Co., 1 May 1849
engraved by G.H. Philips, painted by William Drummond and Charles J. Basebe
engraving (browned with extensive tears and scratches)
25¾ x 36in. (65.5 x 91.5cm.), framed and glazed
'Key plate', 11½ x 13in. (29 x 33cm.), framed and glazed.
and a London County Cricket Club album, 1890-1900s, bound volume including two hand-written letters by W.G. Grace, on 'London County Cricket Club' headed paper, also with scorecards, telegrams, press clippings relating to London County Cricket Club, Snodland Cricket Club, Mill Hill Park Cricket Club etc., original brown cloth (worn). (3)
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