London, South Kensington
23 November 2004
ENGLAND V. WEST INDIES, 1933
George Headley, Jamaica and West Indies bat, manufactured by William Sykes, London, signed by the England and West Indian sides, further inscribed Second Test Match at Old Trafford, July 22nd, 24th, 25th 1933; a William Sykes post card, signed by Don Bradman; press clipping showing Bradman meeting Mr and Mrs William Sykes.
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In the 1933 Test series against the West Indies, England won the First Test by an innings and twenty seven runs, and drew the Second Test. England won the Third Test by an innings and seventeen runs and the series 2-0.
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