"Plum" [Sir Pelham Francis Warner] by Spy [Sir Leslie Ward]
"In his father's steps" [Lord Dalmeny] by Spy [Sir Leslie Ward]
"Yorkshire Cricket" [Lord Hawke] by Spy [Sir Leslie Ward]
"Australian cricket" [George John Bonner] by Apey [Carlo Pellegrini]
"Cricket" [William Gilbert Grace] by Spy [Sir Leslie Ward]
[Rossall School _ General View from the Cricket Field.] by William J.Allingham after Francis Philip Barraud
An Artful Bowler [Bernard James Tindall Bosanquet] by Vincent Brooks, Day & Son
'Cricketing (The Pavillion at the Lords Cricket Ground)' by R. S. Groom, Wilkinson & Co. Lithograph with hand colouring. London: Henry Lea 22, Warwick Lane. c.1863. Size: Image 190 x 265 mm. From the 'Book of Field Sports'.
Famous English Cricketers - 1880.
It's Not Cricket | Sanders of Oxford
W. W. Armstrong, Cricket Player from Australia
Albert Trott- The last man to hit the ball over the Lord's pavilion.
The Vintage Moth..: Vintage Illustration- Playing Sports
Allan Border - Cricket great
John Hales, founder of King Henry VIII School. Old grammar school buildings (still to be found in Coventry) can be seen in the portrait, top right.