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Vanity Fair Print, In His Father's Steps, after SPY, Lord Dalmeny, Surrey County Cricket Club.

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Reference
27517
Height
34.5 cm (13 1/2")
Width
19.5 cm (7 3/4")
Framed Height
50 cm (19 3/4")
Framed Width
34 cm (13 1/2")
Vanity Fair Cricket Print 'In His Father's Steps'.
A framed modern reprinted chromolithograph cricket print of the original, first published Sept. 22nd 1904, by Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Ltd. Lith., for Vanity Fair. The Vanity Fair cricket caricature is titled 'In His Father's Steps' after SPY and is an original print of Lord Dalmeny, Surrey County Cricket Club.

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Albert Edward Harry Meyer Archibald Primrose (1882-1974), 6th Earl of Rosebery, 2nd Earl of Midlothian, KT, DSO, MC, PC, FRSE (8 January 1882 - 31 May 1974), styled Lord Dalmeny until 1929, was a British politician who briefly served as Secretary of State for Scotland in 1945.
As Lord Dalmeny he was a prominent cricketer and he played two first-class matches for Middlesex in 1902. He served as captain of Surrey County Cricket Club (1905-1907). He played in 102 first-class matches in all, scoring 3551 runs at an average of 22.47, including 2 centuries with a highest score of 138. He was a hitter of notable power and though never consistent he could on occasions 'knock the best bowling all over the field', as when he hit 58 against Hallam on a difficult wicket at The Oval in 1905.

Lord Dalmeny was commissioned into the Grenadier Guards as a Second lieutenant 12 February 1902. During the First World War, he served in France from 1914-17 as Camp Commandant and ADC to General Allenby and subsequently in Palestine as Allenby's Military Secretary.
Height
34.5 cm (13 1/2")
Width
19.5 cm (7 3/4")
Framed Height
50 cm (19 3/4")
Framed Width
34 cm (13 1/2")
Condition
very good
Year
1980's
Period
1950-1999
Country
United Kingdom