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Sir Geoffrey Boycott’s ‘100th 100 bat’ which he used when he became the first batsman in history to score his 100th century in a Test Match. It is estimated at £30,000-50,000 at Christie's.

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The sale comprises 130 lots chronicling the career of the Yorkshire and England great and also features items relating to some of his fellow famous players.

Highlights include Boycott’s so-called ‘100th 100 bat’ which he used when he became the first batsman in history to score his 100th century in a Test Match. It was a feat he achieved in the Ashes against Australia in front of his home supporters at Headingley in August 1977.

It is estimated at £30,000-50,000.

Christie’s is also holding an online charity auction comprising items donated by leading cricketers, closing on November 16. The Twenty20 Charity Cricket Auction has been organised following the postponement of the Twenty20 Cricket World Cup.

It includes the ball with which Muttiah Muralitharan took his world record 503rd wicket in one-day international matches, estimated at £15,000-25,000.