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Auction Description for Dominic Winter: Books
Auction Description:
Books
Viewing Notes:
3rd Oct 10am - 7pm. 4th Oct 10am - 7pm. Morning of sale from 9am.
Sale Notes:
None

33 lots

October 5, 2000

Mallard House

Broadway Lane

South Cerney, GL7 5UQ United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1285 860006

Fax: +44 (0)1285 862461

Email: info@dominicwinter.co.uk

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Lot 20a: Print. Le Jeu de Billard, after L. Boilly, modern hand-col, restrikeof an early 19th c. lithograph, showing a billiard room with players at the table and numerous other figures, approx. 36 x 44cms, pink andgilt wash mount, framed and glazed.

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Description: Print. Le Jeu de Billard, after L. Boilly, modern hand-col, restrikeof an early 19th c. lithograph, showing a billiard room with players at the table and numerous other figures, approx. 36 x 44cms, pink andgilt wash mount, framed and glazed.

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Lot 20b: Vanity Fair cartoons. The champion Roberts' [Mr John Roberts Jr.], April 4, 1885, together with ['He might be champion if there were a championship', H.W. Stevenson], May 25, 1905, together a pair of orig col, litho. Caricatures, mounted, folio.

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Description: Vanity Fair cartoons. The champion Roberts' [Mr John Roberts Jr.], April 4, 1885, together with ['He might be champion if there were a championship', H.W. Stevenson], May 25, 1905, together a pair of orig col, litho. Caricatures, mounted, folio.

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Lot 262a: Cardwell (Ronald L.). The A.I.F. Cricket Team, pub. [Balgowlah Heights (N.S.W.)], privately printed by the author, 1980, 8opp, b & willusts. From photos, orig. printed wrappers, 8vo, (Padwick vol. 2, 2725. Signed limited edition 128 0f 200 copies, by

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Description: Cardwell (Ronald L.). The A.I.F. Cricket Team, pub. [Balgowlah Heights (N.S.W.)], privately printed by the author, 1980, 8opp, b & willusts. From photos, orig. printed wrappers, 8vo, (Padwick vol. 2, 2725. Signed limited edition 128 0f 200 copies, by the author), together with Riley (John), 10th Wicket First Class Cricket Record Partnership, 307 runs, A.F. Kippax and J.E.H. Hooker, New South Wales December 25th & 26th, 1928, pub. Wonga Park, 1997, 62pp, orig. buckram gilt, small square 8vo, (signed limited edition 185 of 250 copies, signed by the author), plus Cardwell (Ronald L.), M.C.C. Tour to Australia 1903-1904, pub. Glebe, [N.S.W.], privately printed, 1988,b & w illusts. From photos., orig. card covers, slim 8vo, (limited edition, 84 of 287 copies, signed by the author & Bill O'Reilly), together with six other similar signed or limited editions, all published in Australia.

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Lot 262b: Hitchin (A.W.). A Biographical Sketch of Arthur Shrewsbury the Famous Notts. Cricketer, with full details of his chief performances in England and Australia, pub. Nottingham, 1890, 42pp, ads. Both front and rear, orig. printed wrappers, rubbed and

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Description: Hitchin (A.W.). A Biographical Sketch of Arthur Shrewsbury the Famous Notts. Cricketer, with full details of his chief performances in England and Australia, pub. Nottingham, 1890, 42pp, ads. Both front and rear, orig. printed wrappers, rubbed and marked, with one or two chips to extrems., rear cover detached, slim 8vo, (Padwick 8046), together with Pardon (Charles Frederick), The Australians in England.A Complete Record of the Cricket Tour of 1884. Batting and Bowling Averages of the Australians and Englishmen who Played Against Them, London & Melbourne, 2nd ed., 1884, 184pp, ads. At front and rear, inner hinges strengthened with tape, orig. printed boards, rubbed and marked, with crude tape repair to spine, 8vo, (Padwick 4977), plus TheAustralians in England, 1896, pub. 'Athletic News', London & Manchester, [1896], 64pp, one b & w illust., orig. printed wrappers, slightly rubbed and soiled, slim 8vo, (Padwick 4982. Includes 'an Australian opinion of the tour' by George Bull and 'a few jottings on the tour, by J.J.B., with Manchester Guardian. Australia v England, 1877-1926: Book of the Test Matches, pub. Manchester, [1926], 48pp, b & w illusts. From photos., ads., orig. printed wrappers, slightly rubbed and marked on extrems., 4to, (Padwick 4374)., together with others similar (approx. 43)

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Lot 262c: Onslow Archive. An extensive cricketing archive of cricketing records c. 1924-80s consisting of numerable scrap albums, cutting books etc. all containing col. And b & w newspaper cuttings, covering English County Cricket, Test Cricket & Tours

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Description: Onslow Archive. An extensive cricketing archive of cricketing records c. 1924-80s consisting of numerable scrap albums, cutting books etc. all containing col. And b & w newspaper cuttings, covering English County Cricket, Test Cricket & Tours covering the last seventy years,plus a small qty. of handwritten albums, containing scores, stats, etc. (12 cartons).

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