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England v Australia 1936/37 - Autographed Cricket Bat, (99 Signatures) - England Signatures (17) Australian Team (14) To reverse New Zealand (10), Surrey (11), Middlesex (11)Lancs (13) Yorks (12) and Derbyshire 11 XXX - Out of Stock - XXX

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England v Australia 1936/37, The Gradidge Cricket Bat is signed by: Gubby Allen, Robins, Hardstaff, Verity,Voce,Sims, Barnett, Leyland, Copson etc, Don Bradman (2 double centuries in the 3rd and 4th Test + 169 in the 5th, Darling, Fingleton, Ward, Rigg, O'Reilly, Seivers, Badcock, Oldfield, Mc Cormick, O'Brien, Fleetwood Smith etc. England Signatures (17) Australian Team (14) To reverse New Zealand (10), Surrey (11), Middlesex (11)Lancs (13) Yorks (12) and Derbyshire (11)
Signatures mostly good as shown in images some fading to odd signatures though mainly still very visible bearing in mind the bat is 75 years old.
usual rubber perish on handle to be expected otherwise in good condition
A total of 99 signatures.

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The 1936/37 Ashes tour, under Gubby Allen, was a titanic struggle. England, helped by rain freshening the pitch, won by 322 runs in Brisbane and an innings in Sydney where Wally Hammond scored 271 not out. Bill Voce was their spearhead, taking 17 wickets in these two games. Bradman added a record 346 for the sixth wicket with Jack Fingleton at Melbourne and followed that with 212 at Adelaide where his team leveled the score at 2–2. Bradman, McCabe and Badcock all scored hundreds in the decider at Melbourne and Australian took the series 3–2