Claire Taylor, who played 15 Tests, 126 ODIs and 27 T20Is for England, holds the record for the highest individual ODI score at Lord's, after hitting an unbeaten 156 against India in 2006.
The Rest of the World will feature Perry alongside fellow Australian Meg Lanning, and West Indies duo Stafanie Taylor and Deandra Dottin.
It’s the perfect opportunity to show the cricketing world the quality within the women’s game
Lanning, 21, became the youngest Australian - male or female - to score an international century after her 103 not out against England aged just 18 years and 288 days, beating Ricky Ponting's previous record.
Barbadian Dottin became the first woman to score an international Twenty20 ton when she smashed a 40-ball 112 against South Africa in 2010.
MCC President Mike Gatting said: "MCC is very pleased to have secured the services of so many top class cricketers for this match, and I’m sure we will see a fixture of the highest quality.
"This is the first chance that many will have had to see some of wonderful talent around in the women’s game and I hope as many cricket fans as possible take the chance to enjoy this match and to celebrate the bicentenary of the current Lord’s Ground.”
Charlotte Edwards added: "Lord’s is such a special place to play cricket and I can’t wait to help MCC celebrate the current Ground’s bicentenary by taking part in this game. Some of the best female cricketers in the world are going to be on show and it’s the perfect opportunity to show the cricketing world the quality within the women’s game."