"Plum" [Sir Pelham Francis Warner] by Spy [Sir Leslie Ward]

"Plum" [Sir Pelham Francis Warner] by Spy [Sir Leslie Ward]

"Yorkshire Cricket" [Lord Hawke] by Spy [Sir Leslie Ward]

Lord Hawke of Wighill Park, Yorkshire and England. Our studio is situated in the stables of his former estate.

"Australian cricket" [George John Bonner] by Apey [Carlo Pellegrini]

"Australian Cricket", cartoon from 'Vanity Fair', September 1884

[Rossall School _ General View from the Cricket Field.] by William J.Allingham after Francis Philip Barraud

[Rossall School _ General View from the Cricket Field.Allingham after Francis Philip Barraud

An Artful Bowler [Bernard James Tindall Bosanquet] by Vincent Brooks, Day & Son

Category:Caricatures by Leslie Ward in Vanity Fair

'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'.

'Cricketing (The Pavillion at the Lords Cricket Ground)' by R. Groom, Wilkinson & Co. Lithograph with hand colouring. Size: Image 190 x 265 mm. From the 'Book of Field Sports'.

Famous English Cricketers - 1880.

(July 1848 - October the prolific cricketer, England's first Test centurion, first to runs, 2000 wicket

It's Not Cricket | Sanders of Oxford

It's Not Cricket | Sanders of Oxford

Cricketing (Lord Cricket Ground, St. John's Wood, Match of Gentlemen & Players) by R.S. Groom, Wilkinson & Co.

John's Wood, Match of Gentlemen & Players) by R. Groom, Wilkinson & Co.

Cricket by Maggie Burley

Cricket by Maggie Burley

Radley _ "The Exterior." by Frederick Hunter after Francis Philip Barraud

Radley _ "The Exterior." by Frederick Hunter after Francis Philip Barraud

Beaumont _ "Cricket-field" _looking towards the beaches. by W.A. Cox after Francis Philip Barraud & A.H.Wardlow

Beaumont _ "Cricket-field" _looking towards the beaches. Cox after Francis Philip Barraud & A.

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