"Test Cricket". J. B. Hobbs. Vanity Fair Supplement. Men of the Day. No. 2283. Cricket.

"Test Cricket". J. B. Hobbs. Vanity Fair Supplement. Men of the Day. No. 2283.

1912. Full length chromolithographic portrait of the famous batsman, published August 7th, 1912. John (Jack) Hobbs was an English professional cricketer who played for Surrey (1905 - 1934). He also represented England in 61 Test matches (1908 - 1930) and is thought to be the greatest opening batsman in cricket history. Vanity Fair was an English magazine that published satirical caricatures from 1868–1914. These handsome chromolithographs are prized for their portraits of important scientists, sportsmen, judges & politicians. With page of descriptive text. Approximately 8 x 14", matted. Very good overall. Item #16545

Price: $375.00

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