Archive for the ‘Sir Donald Bradman’ Category

Nov 29, 2011

Cricket Australia Memorabilia & Collectable Range 2011-2012

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Jul 3, 2011

Invincibles – Limited Edition Collectible

The Australian cricket team in England in 1948 was captained by Don Bradman, who was making his fourth and final tour of England. The team is famous for being the first Test match side to play an entire tour without losing a match. This feat earned them the nickname of The Invincibles.

Including five Test matches, Australia played a total of 31 first-class fixtures, plus three other games. Their record in the first-class games was 23 won and 8 drawn; in all matches, they won 25 and drew 9. They won the Test series 4-0 with one match drawn.

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Feb 16, 2010

The Greatest – Sir Donald Bradman or Sir Vivian Richards ?

In full flight they were cricket’s batting machines, drawing accolades for their feats like no others, not least the prestige of being voted crickets Test and One Day players of the Century by cricket’s almanac, Wisden. Whenever they took to the field there was heightened expectation, and more often than not, they delivered. Aggressive and stylish, both knew no fear when facing an opposition attack.

To commemorate the remarkable careers of Sir Donald Bradman and Sir Vivian Richards and by popular demand due to the Viv Bats and Litho near sell out stage – Cricket Australia, The ICC and The Bradman Foundation are proud to release a worldwide limited edition of 100 of this superb lithograph bearing an authorised facsimile signature of Sir Donald Bradman and hand signed by Sir Vivian Richards.

  • Worldwide Limited Edition: 100
  • Authorised by Cricket Australia, the ICC and The Bradman Foundation
  • Protected with A-Tag microchip
  • RRP $795

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Aug 19, 2009

Don Bradman Canvases – Limited Edition

Limited edition Sir Donald Bradman on canvas collectibles.

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Donald Bradman – 300 in One Day

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Donald Bradman at the wicket

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Donald Bradman Walks on Ground

Each canvas print includes authentication label by Cricket Australia and a Donald Bradman replica signature.

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Feb 25, 2009

Cricketers of the Century

Wisden selection of the 5 greatest cricketers of the 20th Century. Includes Viv Richards, Shane Warne, Don Bradman, Jack Hobbs, Garfield Sobers.

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Feb 25, 2009

Donald Bradman in the Nets

The Don in the Nets circa 1932 at the WACA ground in Western Australia. Classic image of Sir Donald Bradman in full swing in the early period of his career as the world’s finest cricket batsman.

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Feb 25, 2009

The 1948 Australian Invincibles

Captained by Sir Donald Bradman, the 1948 Australian Test Cricket Team toured England without losing a single match. The tour involved 31 first class matches including the Ashes series where Australia won 4 and drew 1 test.

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Jan 14, 2009

Australian Cricket – Triple Centurians

Signed cricket bat and print commemorating the 6 triple centuries made by Australian Cricket players Matthew Hayden 380, Mark Taylor 334 (not out), Donald Bradman 334 and 304, Bob Simpson 311 and Bob Cowper 307.

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Dec 17, 2008

Donald Bradman Centenary Collections

Celebrating 100 years since the birth of the great Australian Cricket Batsman Donald Bradman, the Bradman Foundation and Cricket Australia have released a limited edition of 4 images on quality canvas.

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Apr 9, 2008

The Invincibles – 1948 Australian Cricket Team

The Australian cricket team in England in 1948 was captained by Don Bradman, who was making his fourth and final tour of England. The team is famous for being the first Test match side to play an entire tour without losing a match. This feat earned them the nickname of The Invincibles.

Including five Test matches, Australia played a total of 31 first-class fixtures, plus three other games. Their record in the first-class games was 23 won and 8 drawn; in all matches, they won 25 and drew 9. They won the Test series 4-0 with one match drawn.

The Invincibles