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WARNER, (P.F.).
HOW WE RECOVERED THE ASHES.
London, 1904.
Large 8vo. xxviii+340pp. 82 plates. Original decorative cloth, top edges gilt, covers soiled and worn.
An account of the 1903-04 England tour of Australia. This was the first tour to be sponsored by M.C.C., as all previous tours had been privately funded. This was selected by C.J. Britton in his 1929 publication Cricket Books. The 100 Best. Padwick, 4434.
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WARNER, (P.F.).
HOW WE RECOVERED THE ASHES.
London, 1904.
Large 8vo. xxviii+340pp. 82 plates. Original decorative cloth, top edges gilt.
H.D.G. LEVESON GOWER'S COPY, inscribed inside the front endpaper: 'H.D.G. Leveson Gower from his mother May 8th 1904.' Leveson Gower (1873-1954) played for Surrey between 1895 and 1920. He played three Test matches for England in 1910, and later became a noted cricket administrator. An account of the 1903-04 England tour of Australia. This was the first tour to be sponsored by M.C.C., as all previous tours had been privately funded. This was selected by C.J. Britton in his 1929 publication Cricket Books. The 100 Best. Padwick, 4434.
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WARNER, (P.F.).
HOW WE RECOVERED THE ASHES.
London, 1905.
8vo. xvi+207pp. Frontispiece and 30 plates. Rebound in cloth with original front pictorial wrapper preserved.
Cheap Edition. An account of the 1903-04 England tour of Australia. This was the first tour to be sponsored by M.C.C., as all previous tours had been privately funded. This was selected by C.J. Britton in his 1929 publication Cricket Books. The 100 Best. Padwick, 4434.
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WARNER, (P.F.).
IMPERIAL CRICKET. EDITED BY P.F. WARNER.
London, 1912.
Large 4to. xxii+504pp. 83 plates (5 photogravure and 3 coloured). Original quarter buckram. Top edge gilt, covers soiled.
LIMITED EDITION of 900 copies. A history of cricket as played at every part of the Empire. Altham, History of Cricket, 1926: 'Sumptuously printed and illustrated.' This was selected by C.J. Britton in his 1929 publication Cricket Books. The 100 Best. Bowen, Cricket Quarterly, Vol. 3, (1965): 'One of the most valuable works of cricket reference...no serious student of the game should be without a copy....much of the work involved was due to Ashley-Cooper...' Goldman, Bibliography of Cricket, 1937: 'The Magnum Opus of Cricket.' Padwick, 83.
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WARNER, (P.F.).
LONG INNINGS. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
London, 1951.
Large 8vo. 240pp. 29 plates. Original buckram, edges untrimmed.
LIMITED EDITION of 260 numbered copies, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Autobiography of the Middlesex and England batsman. Padwick, 8203.
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WARNER, (P.F.).
LONG INNINGS. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
London, 1951.
8vo. 240pp. 29 plates. Original cloth in dust-wrapper.
SIGNED AND DATED BY THE AUTHOR on the title-page. Autobiography of the Middlesex and England batsman. Padwick, 8203.
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WARNER, (P.F.).
LONG INNINGS. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
London, 1951.
Large 8vo. 240pp. 29 plates. Original quarter morocco, top edges gilt.
LIMITED EDITION of 260 numbered copies, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Autobiography of the Middlesex and England batsman. Padwick, 8203.
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WARNER, (P.F.).
LORD'S 1787-1945.
London, 1946.
Large 8vo. 324pp. 52 plates (including 12 in colour). Original buckram, top edge gilt.
LARGE-PAPER EDITION. A history of Lord's Cricket Ground between 1787 and 1945, and the growth of the game. Padwick, 1021
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WARNER, (P.F.).
LORD'S 1787-1945.
London, 1946.
Large 8vo. 324pp. 52 plates (including 11 in colour). Original quarter morocco. Top edges gilt. Preserved in soiled slip-case.
LIMITED LARGE PAPER EDITION of 160 numbered copies, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. A comprehensive history of Lord's Cricket Ground from 1787 to 1945, and the growth of the game. Padwick, 1021.
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WARNER, (P.F.).
LORD'S 1787-1945.
London, 1946.
Large 8vo. 324pp. 52 plates (including 12 in colour). Original buckram, top edge gilt.
SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR AND DATED 9th June 1946 on the title-page. LARGE-PAPER EDITION. A history of Lord's Cricket Ground between 1787 and 1945, with much on the growth of the game. Padwick, 1021.
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