By Russell March with an introduction from John Arlott.
A collection of 40 of "Vanity Fair's" cricketing cartoons, accompanied by biographical notes which give an glimpse of outstanding figures in the public eye over a period of nearly fifty years. At this time the game of cricket became an international sport and masters of the game like W.G.Grace, Bernard Bosanquet and Alfred Littleton are seen togther in the caricatures of artists such as "Spy " and "Ape". It includes details of their batting and bowling averages, overseas tours and county matches.
Condition: Good, hard back, 112 pages.