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Sir Jack Hobbs (1882-1963), Cricketer

Sir John Berry ('Jack') Hobbs

Sitter in 9 portraits
Cricketer. Opening batsman, known as 'the Master', the first professional cricketer to be knighted (1953). A career record of 61,237 runs included 197 centuries, 98 of them scored after his 40th birthday.

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Sir John Berry ('Jack') Hobbs

by Robert Stewart Sherriffs
ink, 1936
NPG 5224(8)


Sir Jack Hobbs

by Central Press
bromide press print, 1930s
NPG x182318


Sir Jack Hobbs; Ada Ellen (née Gates), Lady Hobbs

by Central Press
bromide press print, December 1951
NPG x182319


Sir John Berry ('Jack') Hobbs

by Harry Lawrence Oakley
silhouette, 1920s-1950s
NPG D372


Sir John Berry ('Jack') Hobbs

by Alexander ('Alick') Penrose Forbes Ritchie
colour relief halftone cigarette card, 1926
NPG D18017


Sir John Berry ('Jack') Hobbs

by Unknown artist, issued by Godfrey Phillips
colour relief halftone cigarette card, 1932
NPG D2693


Sir Jack Hobbs

by Walter Stoneman
bromide print, 1953
NPG x168340


Sir John Berry ('Jack') Hobbs

by Central Press
bromide print
NPG x18517


Sir John Berry ('Jack') Hobbs

by Unknown photographer
whole-plate film negative
NPG x44736

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