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Collecting Cricket Memorabilia is a most enjoyable hobby, pastime or small business. As with all Sports Memorabilia condition is important though consideration must be given to the age of the Cricket Collectable and its previous purpose. For example Match worn attire, Signed Cricket bats, balls and associated equipment will not always be in pristine condition. It may be useful for potential collectors to specialise in one specific category say Post - war or Pre-war or maybe follow one particular Cricketing Icon or Series, the Ashes,  Bodyline autographs from the Tour in 1932/33 would be a good example. Popular Cricket Memorabilia includes sought after items such as Official completed printed Cricket Scorecards and Programmes, Autographs and letters, Signed Presentations, Cricket Ephemera, Blazers, Caps, Bats, Balls, Real Cricket Photographs, Cricket Tour itineraries and dinner menus, Wartime editions of Wisden and so much more. The more limited a collectable is the more desirable it is to own, some Cricket Players were prolific “Signers” others few and between, it is a good idea to research these factors. W.G. Grace Cricket memorabilia would be worth far more than a Don Bradman autograph, DB did sign rather a lot. County Cricket is popular with excellent examples of Team” Real Photographs” from around 1907. My advice to aspiring collectors would be to study the subject and initially build a Portfolio from one category. It is important to establish authenticity especially when making purchases from auction sites over the internet I have recently written an article” Rare Autographs Real or Fake” which should be helpful. The most collectable item of Cricket Memorabilia is housed in Lords Museum, the holy grail of Cricket The Ashes. . - England v Australia 1948 - The Boat Voyage

 

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clive lloyd signed dinner menu

Clive Lloyd signed dinner menu
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