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Cricket » Cricket Books » Cricket Biographies » W.G. GRACE, CRICKETER: A RECORD OF HIS PERFORMANCES IN FIRST-CLASS MATCHES

W.G. GRACE, CRICKETER: A RECORD OF HIS PERFORMANCES IN FIRST-CLASS MATCHES

W.G. GRACE, CRICKETER: A RECORD OF HIS PERFORMANCES IN FIRST-CLASS MATCHES
W.G. GRACE, CRICKETER: A RECORD OF HIS PERFORMANCES IN FIRST-CLASS MATCHES

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A year-by-year record of the Old Man's cricket career, written soon after his death in 1915.

8vo. [x] + 96pp. inc. adverts. Portrait frontis. Original printed yellow wrappers, very clean, spine sl chipped. Bookplate tipped in to titlepage. A very good copy.  [Padwick, 7571]

Date
1916
Publisher
John Wisden & Co.
Author
Frederick Samuel ASHLEY-COOPER

£260.00 (Code: 6688)

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