Black and white photograph copy with cream window mount shows two men in cricket whites, pads, gloves,and cricket caps holding a bat in their right hand, walking out to bat. On the left is Don Bradman, on the right, Archibald Jackson. It was taken at the 5th Test (Kennington Oval, London; 16,18,19,20,21,22 August 1930) which Australia won by an innings and 39 runs. Australia made 695; Bradman made 232 and Jackson scored 73. The Australians toured England in 1930 and regained the Ashes. They won the 2nd and 5th Tests, England won the first, and the 3rd and 4th Tests were drawn. This photo is part of a series (M1935 - 1947). It was produced to advertise (Kaylo) 'Gripu' trousers worn by the Australian cricketers during the 1930 Test. Above the figures on the grey card is the inscription: 'AUSTRALIAN TEST TEAM / 1930' and printed at the lower edge of the actual image is ' "Bradman come out" / Bradman & Jackson coming out in / the 5th Test Match at the Oval'. Handwritten in black ink on the cream mount lower left corner it reads 'C. Trowbridge'.
0 - Whole: H: 200 W: 140mm (H: 7 7/8 W: 5 1/2")
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Don Bradman; 27 Aug 1908; 25 Feb 2001
Archibald Jackson; 05 Sep 1909; 16 Feb 1933
Australian Cricket Team 1930