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A History of the Yellowhammers Cricket Club 1909-1964

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A History of the Yellowhammers Cricket Club 1909-1964

by Simon Langdale

Privately Published (1964). Stamped No 22 of limited edition.

In good condition, a little spotting and rubbing to covers otherwise clean and tight*.

A history of the Tonbridge-based Yellowhammers Cricket Club, founded in 1909 by Leonard Marzetti who wanted a week's holiday playing cricket. the book includes notable matches and events.

Includes some ephemera: a postcard stuck to the inner front cover (1965)*, a letter stuck to first page (1966)*, an extract from a paper by E. W. Swanton (1966) stuck to first page*, two loose letters (1967), a scorecard written on the back pages. All these relate to the club.

Item details

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Added value:
Including some interesting ephemera on the club.
Author(s):
Simon Langdale
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1st no 22
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
28
Publisher:
Private publisher
Title:
A History of the Yellowhammers Cricket Club 1909-1964

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A History of the Yellowhammers Cricket Club 1909-1964

by Simon Langdale

Privately Published (1964). Stamped No 22 of limited edition.

In good condition, a little spotting and rubbing to covers otherwise clean and tight*.

A history of the Tonbridge-based Yellowhammers Cricket Club, founded in 1909 by Leonard Marzetti who wanted a week's holiday playing cricket. the book includes notable matches and events.

Includes some ephemera: a postcard stuck to the inner front cover (1965)*, a letter stuck to first page (1966)*, an extract from a paper by E. W. Swanton (1966) stuck to first page*, two loose letters (1967), a scorecard written on the back pages. All these relate to the club.

PLU:
0
Added value:
Including some interesting ephemera on the club.
Author(s):
Simon Langdale
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1st no 22
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
28
Publisher:
Private publisher
Title:
A History of the Yellowhammers Cricket Club 1909-1964

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