Relive the greatest moments of English Cricket on the international stage through the newspaper reports of the time in this beautiful hand made book, which features:
- The inside cover fully personalised with the recipients name and a message.
- The recipients name gold embossed on the front cover (optional).
- Includes colour newsprint from 2006
With coverage beginning in 1905, this timeless piece of cricket memorabilia takes you back over a century, revisiting all the key moments from Lordís, Edgbaston, The Oval and beyond, right up until the present day. It includes key moment in English cricket history. In 1938, England hit 903 runs in a Test match against Australia, with 364 of them coming from Len Hutton, both records which stand to this day. In 1956, Jim Laker takes 19 wickets in a test match. Who can forget Botham's Ashes in 1981 or the 2005 series, when England registered perhaps their most famous Ashes victory ending almost twenty years of Australian dominance. The book continues right up to and including England's 2019 World Cup victory.
To view the contents, click on this link (PDF file)
How the Books are Made
The papers are reproduced from scans of (mainly) original Daily & Sunday Mirror newspapers going back over a 100 years that are stored in our extensive archive.They are individually printed to order onto a high quality thicker paper to provide greater durability.