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Trent Bridge: One Hundred and Fifty 1838-1988

£14.99

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Dark green boards with gilt titles and vignettes, all in fine condition. Interior is pristine, unmarked and without annotations. A detailed history of the famous cricket ground, published by the County and the County Cricket Club, to celebrate its 150th anniversary. Illustrated with black and white/sepia photographs and contemporary drawings. Preface by the comedian, Leslie Crowther, born within walking distance of Trent Bridge and a life-long fan. Two appendices: a register of Notts. cricketers, in chronological order of debut for the County: the officials of the Club. There is also an index, allowing the reader to find the information on any individual. An excellent copy for any cricket enthusiast.

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1987
Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback

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Dark green boards with gilt titles and vignettes, all in fine condition. Interior is pristine, unmarked and without annotations. A detailed history of the famous cricket ground, published by the County and the County Cricket Club, to celebrate its 150th anniversary. Illustrated with black and white/sepia photographs and contemporary drawings. Preface by the comedian, Leslie Crowther, born within walking distance of Trent Bridge and a life-long fan. Two appendices: a register of Notts. cricketers, in chronological order of debut for the County: the officials of the Club. There is also an index, allowing the reader to find the information on any individual. An excellent copy for any cricket enthusiast.

Added value:
1987
Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback

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