Australia 1990-91 Ashes Series Enameled Lapel Pin: Here is a lovely historic sporting item that any fan of cricket would be proud to wear.
Allan Border and the boys really took this series to the wall for a great result.
Your chance to own a small piece of one of Australia’s best test series. Magic and seldom seen.
Enamel coated metal lapel pin
The England cricket team toured Australia in the 1990–91 season to play a five-match Test series against Australia for The Ashes. The Australians were the holders, having reclaimed the Ashes in England during the 1989 Ashes series, however the 1986-87 Ashes series, which was the previous series in Australia had been won by England. The English tourists were confident their home series loss in 1989 had been a blemish and that they were more that capable of reclaiming the Ashes ‘down under’. The tourists were seemingly well prepared. During their home summer they had 1-0 victories in 3-test series against both India and New Zealand, and had played well in their warm-up matches.However the Australians, led by the authoritative Allan Border were in a ruthless mood. They had home series victories against Sri Lanka and Pakistan, but had lost a one-off test to New Zealand since the 1989 Ashes series victory, and Border and his men were determined to defend the trophy. The Australians came out aggressively from the start, and combined with moments of bad-luck for the tourists, proved too much pressure for the England side to handle. The five test series was won 3-0 by Australia.
*All history taken from Wikipedia for educational purposes only.