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1868: Cricket Match Between the St. George's and Knickerbocker Clubs. Hand colored antique engraving from the Aug. 1, 1868 issue of Harper's Weekly.
6x11 in. $30

1868 International Cricket Match Scenes. Engraved views from the Oct. 3, 1868 issue of Harper's Weekly, showing various plays in the game of Cricket. At the bottom of the page is a group portrait of the "All England Eleven" cricketers and their umpire. Text between the images explains how the game of cricket is played.
11x16 in. $20

1924 British Cricket Teams. Photographic images of the Eton and Harrow cricketers, from the July 12, 1924 issue of The Graphic. The two teams were about to engage in a highly publicized match. This print is in very good condition. Several holes along the center vertical crease have been professionally repaired with archival tape on the back. 16x22 in. $40

1858 Cricket Game in New Jersey. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "Cricket Match Between Canada and the United States at Hoboken, August 2, 3 and 4, 1858." Shows a view of the cricket field from a distance, with a crowd watching the game. 8x11 in. $30

1875: Cricket Player and Suit of Armor. Engraved image from Harper's Weekly, titled "What a Jolly Wicket-Keeper He Would Make!" Shows a boy dressed in a cricket uniform admiring a suit of armor. 11x16 in. $30

1882 Cricket Game in Pennsylvania. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "Match Between the Western Cricketers and the Merion Club, at Ardmore, Pennsylvania." View of the match from the field, where a batter is preparing to swing at the ball. 8x11 in. $60

1879 Cricket Match in the Country. Large, hand colored antique engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "A Country Cricket Match." The match is underway in the background, while spectators in the foreground socialize and enjoy refreshments. Text underneath the image describes the scene. 16x22 in. $120

1862 Cricket Match in Australia. Hand colored engraving from the Illustrated London News, titled "The Match Between the All-England Eleven and Twenty-Two of the New South Wales Cricketers, Played in the Domain at Sydney." Festive scene at the cricket field, where a large crowd has gathered to watch the match. 11x16 in. $50

1878 Cricket: New York vs. Australia. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "The Cricket Match Between the Australians and the New Yorkers, with Portraits of the Australians. The Australian team's portraits surround an image in the middle, showing the game in progress. 11x16 in.$50

1868: Scenes from an English Cricket Game. Hand colored, engraved scenes from Harper's Weekly. Top scenes show six different plays in progress during a cricket game. At bottom is a group portrait of the All-England Eleven cricket team. Between the illustrations is part of an article describing an international cricket match. 11x16 in. $50

RARE Old Scene at a Cricket Match in PA. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "International Cricket Match on the Ground of the Germantown Club at Nicetown, Pennsylvania." Shows a view from the field, where one player has just caught the ball with a flying leap.
11x16 in. $60

Full page hand-colored wood engraving titled, "Well Played! - A Sketch At A Ladies' Cricket Match". This originally appeared September 20, 1890 in The Graphic. 16x11in. $50

This Harper's Weekly from 1891 has a lovely colored scene at the bottom titled, "The New "Manheim" Grounds of the Germanatown Cricket Club, Philadelphia." This shows the spectators in the grandstand looking out into the field while the match is in progress. 16x11in. $50

This print shows four views of Philadelphia's Cricket Clubs in 1893. The photos are titled: Merion Cricket Club's Country Home; Merion Cricket Club House; Belmont Cricket Club's New House - rear view; Belmont Cricket Club's New House - front view. 7.5x11 $30

Full page of Harper's Weekly from 1897 in its original black and white. The bottom of the page shows the "All Philadelphia Amateur Cricket Eleven - Gone to play a Two Months' Schedule with the full Strength - Amateur and Professional - of English Cricket." 16x11in. $30

Hand-colored wood engraving from Harper's Weekly in May of 1884. The engraving at the bottom of the page shows the Philadelphia Cricket Team along with an article on how the team will be traveling to England to play matches. Players names are listed. 16x11in $40

Harper's Weekly full page about the Ireland vs America match at the Manheim Cricket-Grounds, Philadelphia. Views include, The Germantown Club Grounds, Near the Junior's Club Ouse, Among the Coaches and a Section of the Grand Stand. A full description of the match and players is on the reverse side of this print. 15.5x10.5 $50

1880 Images of men playing cricket. Elegantly hand colored engraved image titled, "Notes at the Eton and Harrow Cricket Match," drawn by Hall from the Graphic. Shows scenes of men playing cricket along with spectators watching.
11 x 16in. $50

1859 Picture of the English Cricketers. Gorgeous hand colored engraved image titled, "The English Cricketeres-The Eleven of All England," from Harper's Weekly. Shows scene of the English Cricketers.
 11 x 16in. $50


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