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STRAY THOUGHTS ON INDIAN CRICKET

STRAY THOUGHTS ON INDIAN CRICKET

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The author was a well-known Parsi cricketer. Covers the early days of Parsi cricket, the famous tour to England in 1886, Hindu cricket, Lord Hawke and Lord Harris in India etc. An important book.

First edition. 8vo. 175pp. Original blue boards with gilt titles to front and spine, lightly rubbed. Presentation inscription, dated June 1906, to front pastedown (possibly by author) and another name in ink to fly-leaf. A very good copy.

Date
1905
Publisher
Bombay: Times Press
Author
J.M. Framjee PATEL

£795.00 (Code: 67568)

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