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Top 10: Most expensive pieces of cricket memorabilia

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10) Keith Miller 53 Ashes cap – £16,000

In 2004 a cap worn between 1954 -55 by the man considered to be Australia’s greatest all-rounder, Keith Miller, was sold at auction for A$40,775 (approx £16,000).

Gary-Sobers-six-sixes-ball9) Garfield Sobers’ ‘six sixes’ ball – £26,400

In 1968 Garfield Sobers made county cricket history by hitting six consecutive sixes in a single over for Nottinghamshire against Glamorgan. One of the balls used during this historic innings was sold at a Christie’s auction in 2006 for £26,400.

8) Victor Trumper 1907 -11 test cap – £33,642

In 2004 another green cap, this time belonging to Australian Cricket legend Victor Trumper, sold at auction for A$83,000 (approx. £33,642).

7) Don Bradman’s 1946-47 Ashes bat – £42,484

The bat used by Don Bradman during the 1946-7 Ashes series including his World Record Fifth Wicket partnership with Sid Barnes, sold for A$65,000 (approx. £42,484) at Ravenswick Auctions in December 2012.

The cap worn by Bradman during the same Ashes series of 46-47 had sold at a Christie’s auction in June 2003 for £35,250.

6) Garfield Sobers’ 1958 bat – £46,892

In October 2000 at a Christie’s auction in Melbourne, the bat used by Garfield Sobers to achieve 365 not out for West India against Pakistan in 1958 (breaking Len Hutton’s test record) was sold for A$129,250 (approx. £46,892).

5) Sachin Tendulkar’s bat – £58,480sachin

At an auction in Mumbai in October 2010, the bat used by India’s greatest batsman Sachin Tendulkar in his record-breaking one-day innings of 163 against New Zealand in 2009 sold for Rs 42 lakh (approx. £58,480).

4) A set of Wisden’s Almanacs 1864-1984 – £90,000

In 2009 at a Bonham’s auction, a complete run of the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack for the years 1864 to 1984 was sold for £90,000, far beyond its estimated price of £50,000 – £70,000.

3) MS Dhoni’s World Cup winning bat – £100,000

In July 2011, the bat used by Indian captain MS Dhoni to hit the winning runs in that year’s Cricket World Cup Final was sold for £100,000. The sale was during a charity auction held to raise funds for Dhoni’s own charity ‘Winning Ways Today for Tomorrow’, which encourages disadvantaged children to play cricket.

bradman2) Don Bradman’s ‘Invincibles’ tour cap – £175,375

In 2008 the baggy green cap worn by Don Bradman on the 1948 ‘Invincibles’ tour of England was sold at a Charles Leski auction for A$400,000 (approx £175,375).

1) Samuel Britcher’s cricket scorebooks – £324,000

In a Christie’s auction in 2005 the MCC purchased a collection of cricket scorebooks written by Samuel Britcher, the MCC’s first official scorer. His record of matches between 1795 and 1806, recorded in four books, was sold for a combined total of £324,000.

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