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Grand Cricket Match marylbone antique engraving

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Grand Cricket Match


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Antique sporting print


'Grand Cricket Match, played in Lord's Ground Mary-le-bone, on June 20th and following day between the Earl's of Winchelsea and darnley for 1000 Guineas.' Published July 1st 1793 by J Wheble, Warwick Square, London. The match, played between Lord Winchelsea's MCC team with three Hambledon players (Beldham, Walker, and Wells) given, and Lord Darnley's Kent team, was won by Lord Winchelsea's side. Rare 18th century cricket engraving from 'The Sporting Magazine'. Top of platemark trimmed.

Additional Information

artist Cook (engraver)
method Copper-line engraving
date 1793
size 120mm by 155mm (platemark)
SKU SP1910