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K: Bargains – December 2013

K:     Bargains – December 2013

The following hard-back books, all in very good condition and most with the original dust-jackets, are offered at the prices indicated while stocks last.

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219.A Cuckoo in the Bodyline Nest (1992) – Gilbert Mant
(The ‘inside story’ of the Bodyline tour by an Australian journalist who travelled with the team)
220.Always Reddy (1976) – Ian Redpath
(Signed by Redpath)
221.Australian Summer (Rupert Hart-Davis edition; 1949) – Neville Cardus
(“The Test Matches Of 1936-37”)
222.Batting From Memory (1981) – Jack Fingleton
(Autobiography of an outstanding cricketer, political journalist and author)
223.Bradman Re-Visited (2003) – A.L. Shilllinglaw
(“The Legacy of Sir Donald Bradman”)
224.Cricket’s Colosseum – Ken Piesse
(The first official Test history of the Melbourne Cricket Ground)
225.Dennis Lillee – An Autobiography (2003) – Dennis Lillee10.00
226.Imran Khan (1994) – Ivo Tennant
(Biography of Pakistan’s greatest all-rounder)
227.Pageant of Cricket (1987; near mint) – David Frith
(“A monumental pictorial history”; over 2000 illustrations)
228.Rhythm & Swing (1989) – Richard Hadlee
(Autobiography of one of New Zealand’s greatest cricketers)
229.The Bradman Albums (1987)
(Two heavyweight volumes in slip-cases. Selections from Sir Donald Bradman’s collection, including letters, photographs, telegrams and newspaper clippings)
230.The Noblest Game: A Book of Fine Cricket Prints (1969) – (ed) John Arlott / Neville Cardus
(Cardus “recalls the past from the days of Hambledon to Bradman”. Arlott provides an introduction to and commentary on 65 prints and paintings, all beautifully produced)
231.The Third Australian Team in England
(Facsimile reprint of the book originally published in 1882, “a complete record of all the matches with portrait and biography of each member”)
232.The WACA: An Australian Cricket Success Story (1998) – Anthony J. Barker
(“A lively account of Western Australia’s progress in Australian cricket”. 386 pages)
233.The Wisden Book of Cricket Memorabilia (1990) – Marcus Williams / Gordon Phillips
(The first comprehensive guide to cricket collectibles, including paintings, prints, books and periodicals, ceramics and sculpture, postcards, cigarette cards and stamps)
234.Victor Trumper and the 1902 Australians – Lionel H. Brown
(Vivid, authoritative account of a dramatic and memorable tour)