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4 May 2006
Some cricket outings of the Goldsmiths' Institute Cricket Club in 1892-1898 [2nd series: Cricket Tours of the Goldsmiths' Institute Cricket Club, being a record of the matches played in 1899-1904]
[N.p.]: privately printed, 1898-1904. 2 vols., 4to., 1898 with frontispiece, mounted photograph, and illustrations, 1904 with 3 mounted photographs, illustrations, both vols. with decorative borders in red and green, original half roan and green cloth (rebacked).
PRESENTATION COPIES to W.H. Manley (title of 1898 inscribed "Tour Captain's Copy" and dated October 1898; 1904 inscribed "In memory of many pleasant days spent in his company", October 1904) -- H.W. Warner (signature). Padwick 1633. (2)
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