SIR DONALD BRADMAN ~ R.I.P ~ (27 August 1908 – 25 February 2001) was an Australian cricketer, widely acknowledged as the greatest Test batsman of all time. Bradman's career Test batting average of 99.94 is often cited as the greatest achievement by any sportsman in any major sport.
Print of 1934 Australia Ashes Tour of England
Cricket - 1934 Australia Ashes Tour of England - Worcestershire vs. Australians The Australian team line-up before the game at County Ground, New Road, Worcester. Donald Bradman is centre. #MediaStorehouse
Don Bradman's New South Wales team blazer
PRG682/5/31 Don Bradman's New South Wales team blazer, blue, insignia on pocket. Bradman played for New South Wales between 1927 and 1934. Blazer is undated. Visit the State Library of South Australia to view more photos of South Australia
The Ashes - Fourth Test - England v Australia - Headingley - Fifth Day as a 14"x12" (38x32cm) Framed Print
Australias Don Bradman makes his way back to the pavilion through crowds of well-wishers after helping his team. Framed Print, Poster, Canvas Print, Jigsaw Puzzle, Photo Gift and Wall Art. Prints made in the USA, UK and Australia for quick and safe delivery
The Almighty Don Bradman
Is that really him? It's 1938 and Don Bradman walks down the Strand in London, a shortish man at 1.70m but a giant in the minds of the awestruck children trailing after him, like puppies. Eyes straight to camera, impeccably attired, Bradman, then 30, is as cool and as confident as Don Draper from 1960s-era TV sensation Mad Men. And it's no wonder he glows with self-assurance.