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Cricket » Cricket Memorabilia » Cricket Menus & Cards » CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY 1931 VALETE DINNER - SIGNED BY TALLENT, KEMP-WELCH, FREDDIE BROWN ETC

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY 1931 VALETE DINNER - SIGNED BY TALLENT, KEMP-WELCH, FREDDIE BROWN ETC

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY 1931 VALETE DINNER - SIGNED BY TALLENT, KEMP-WELCH, FREDDIE BROWN ETC
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY 1931 VALETE DINNER - SIGNED BY TALLENT, KEMP-WELCH, FREDDIE BROWN ETC

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Menu card for a dinner to honour those leaving Cambridge University, held at the Lion Hotel on June 6th, 1931. Signed to the front in pencil by J.A. Tallent (England Rugby), the original owner, and to the inside and back cover by at least 40 (all pencil), including Freddie Brown (Surrey and England), George Kemp-Welch (Warks), Arthur Hazlerigg (Leics), Howard Fabian (Derby County) and John Askew (England Rugby and Durham cricket).

4pp. Some marks to covers, but generally good.

Date
1931

£25.00 (Code: 60024)

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