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AUSTRALIA 1957-58 signed itinerary

AUSTRALIA 1957-58 signed itinerary
AUSTRALIA 1957-58 signed itinerary

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SIGNED

Shaw Savill Line post-tour itinerary and results card for the tour to South Africa, with a postcard of the QSMV "Dominion Monarch" laid down on the back cover. The itinerary is signed inside in ink by the full touring party of 16: Craig, Harvey, Benaud, Burge, Burke, Davidson, Drennan, Favell, Gaunt, Grout, Jarman, Kline, Mackay, Meckiff, McDonald and Simpson.

8vo. Folding vcard covers, water stains to top and bottom which do not affect the signatures. Beautifully signed throughout.

Date
1958
Publisher
Shaw Savill Line
Author
(AUSTRALIA TOUR OF SOUTH AFRIC|A 1957-58)

£375.00 (Code: 467)

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