Autographs of Brian Lara

Brian Lara

Brian Charles Lara, TC, OCC, AM (born 2 May 1969) is a Trinidadian former international cricketer, widely acknowledged as one of the greatest batsmen of all time. He topped the Test batting rankings on several occasions and holds several cricketing records, including the record for the highest individual score in first-class cricket, with 501 not out for Warwickshire against Durham at Edgbaston in 1994, which is the only quintuple-hundred in first-class cricket history. More about Brian Lara

Current items with a signature of Brian Lara

These are the most current items with a signature of Brian Lara that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
thumbnailBook : BRIAN LARA - Beating The Field, Autographed.£9.99logo
thumbnailBRIAN LARA Signed Autograph WEST INDIES Cricket Signature photo fan gift print £1.89logo
thumbnailBRIAN LARA Signed Autograph WEST INDIES Cricket Signature Photo fan gift print £1.89logo
thumbnailBrian Lara Signed Cricket 10x8 Photo AFTAL OnlineCOA£75.00logo
thumbnailBrian LARA Signed Mounted Photo Display AFTAL RD COA West Indies Cricketer£79.99logo
thumbnailBRIAN LARA WEST INDIES CRICKET, AUTOGRAPHED 501 CARD.£24.99logo
thumbnailBrian Lara West Indies Cricketer Personally Signed Album Page £39.99logo
thumbnailGifts for Cricket Fans & Collectors Brian Lara Signed Printed Autograph Photos£8.99logo
thumbnailsigned BRIAN LARA CRICKET LEGEND 12 by 8 photo£20.00logo
thumbnail✺Signed✺ 1995 1996 WEST INDIES Cricket Card BRIAN LARA The Decider BBL £55.60logo

Traded items with a signature of Brian Lara

In total, we tracked 424 items since 01/09/2012. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Brian Lara (BRIAN LARA SIGNED MRF FULL SIZE WORLD TEST RECORD 400 CRICKET BAT + PHOTO PROOF) was sold in March 2018 for £799.99 while the cheapest item (A fantastic 12x8 Autographed Photo of Brian Lara & CoA) found a new owner for £0.99 in September 2019. The month with the most items sold (18) was July 2020 with an average selling price of £13.00 for an autographed item of Brian Lara. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2016 with £199.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with £3.20 was January 2014. In average, an autographed item from Brian Lara is worth £15.00.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Brian Lara were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
thumbnailBrian Lara - West Indies Test Cricketer - Hand Signed B & W Photograph.£15.00logo
thumbnailBrian Lara - West Indies Test Cricketer - Hand Signed Card£10.00logo
thumbnailBRIAN LARA Hand Signed white Card, , West Indies 1990-2007, Tests 131£13.13logo
thumbnailBRIAN LARA SIGNED A4 CRICKET PRINT£8.80logo
thumbnailBrian Lara Signed Card Mounted With 10” x 8” Photo Cricket West Indies with COA£29.99logo
thumbnailBrian Lara Signed Cricket Bat West Indies Test Legend Rare Autograph£20.50logo
thumbnailBRIAN LARA WEST INDIES LEGEND HAND-SIGNED BARBADOS CRICKET POSTCARD£11.95logo
thumbnailCricket Legend BRIAN LARA Signed 375 World Record Score 1994 First Day Cover£75.00logo
thumbnailNew Gray-Nicolls Millennium English Willow Cricket Bat ~ Signed By Brian Lara£99.99logo
thumbnailWest Indies Tour Of England 2000 Signed Cricket Bat, Team Autograph, Brian Lara£69.00logo

Latest News about Brian Lara

Brian Lara: West Indies Cricket Will Survive $42m India Lawsuit (11/04/14): Lara believes India cricket board has no intention of bankrupting West Indies cricket. Go to news article

Brian Lara and Dwight Yorke party at the Kadooment Day parade in Barbados (08/05/14): Brian Lara and Dwight Yorke may be sporting legends of Trinidad and Tobago but they're clearly quite at home in Barbados. Go to news article

Learning from West Indies legend Brian Lara now paying off nicely for Cambridge (06/26/14): Trying to be a bit more like Brian Lara is starting to work for Dougie Rice. A change of job has meant the Cambridge Granta batsman is back playing regularly for the club this season and he is grasping the chance handed to him to open the batting with good friend Johnny Atkinson.

Brian Lara hits half century for MCC against Herts at Lord’s (06/25/14): “This is our 200th birthday party and you are all very welcome to it.” The public address announcer at Lord’s set the tone for a special day at the home of cricket on Sunday, and Hertfordshire’s cricketers enjoyed every second of their chance to be part of the great occasion.

Brian Lara to play for the MCC in Lord's Anniversary match before star-studded R (06/21/14): Brian Lara will play for Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) against Hertfordshire on Lord’s Anniversary Day on June 22. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Brian Lara

Brian Lara to face Welwyn Garden City, North Mymms and Potters Bar cricket aces (06/2014): Hertfordshire will face one of the true legends of cricket when they help launch the bicentenary of Lord’s by playing MCC in a recreation of the very first match on the great ground on Sunday.

Inside Cricket: Forget Don Bradman or Brian Lara - Hedley Verity lays claim to t (05/2014): Scyld Berry: Most people will think of batsmen when it comes to breaking records, but only numerically perfect feat was accomplished by a bowler

West Indies legend Brian Lara hit for six by Scottish stunner who is 20 years hi (02/2014): Cricket legend Brian Lara has been bowled over by a Miss Scotland winner. The ex-West Indies captain is dating Jamey Bowers, who is 20 years his junior. Lara was introduced to 24-year-old Bowers by former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke. Go to news article

West Indies batsman Brian Lara is a hit with Stonyhurst students (09/2013): STONYHURST College welcomed cricket legend Brian Lara during a fact-finding visit. Go to news article

Brian Lara: 'England will not be as invincible as past West Indies or Australia (07/2013): Cricket great talks Ashes 2013

Exclusive – Brian Lara: Don’t rule out Australian Ashes win (06/2013): West Indies legend warns England against complacency ahead of summer series