For the affluent die-hard cricket fans owning a piece of cricket memorabilia is a matter of pride. Hence, when the belongings of cricket legends go up for auction, the rich and famous people from the cricket playing nations compete with each other to win the auctions. From caps to scorebooks, almost any item associated with cricket and the cricket stars can be bought at the auctions. However, the most expensive cricket memorabilia is not any cricket bat or ball of any cricket legend, but it is a 17th century cricket scorebook written by a cricket scorer Samuel Britcher that recorded the score of matches played from 1795 to 1806 at MCC. The collection of cricket scorebooks was sold for a staggering £324,000. To know about other expensive cricket memorabilia, visit the following link.