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A one page autograph, signed letter from A.A. Thomson to Alan Ross, dated February 1961. On notepaper headed 13a Marine Drive, Rottingdean.
"This is out in mid-March. If you can, without outrage of conscience, give it a line, I should be most grateful".
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A clear ink signature.
Tyldesley (1873-1930) played for Lancashire between 1895 and 1923. He played 31 Test matches for England between 1899 and 1909.
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A one page typed letter, signed, from K.G. Viljoen to H.W. Warner. On Park Lane Hotel headed notepaper, addressed Piccadilly W.1. Dated 4th September 1955.
'...Believe me it has been a great pleasure for all of us to play on this tour amongst such good sportsmen as the English, and we are only glad we have managed to provide some interesting and good cricket...' Viljoen (1910-1974) played 27 Test matches for South Africa between 1930 and 1949.
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A one page signed autograph letter from Cyril Washbrook to Susan. Addressed 46 Perry Road, Timperley, Cheshire and dated 15th August, 1948.
Tape marks to edge.
'...Thank you very much indeed for your donation to my Benefit Fund. I will certainly see that your gift is included on the list of Subscribers...' Washbrook (1914-1999) played for Lancashire between 1933 and 1959. He played 37 Test matches for England between 1937 and 1956. His Benefit in 1948 raised a record 14,000.
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WEBBE, (A.J.).
An interesting one page signed autograph letter from A.J. Webbe to an unnamed correspondent. Headed 9 Cambridge Square, Hyde Park. Dated 6th April 1889.
'...I hope you will have a most successful Bazaar in aid of your Cricket Club, for I am sure the more the game is encouraged, the better...' Webbe (1855-1941) played for Middlesex between 1875 and 1900. He played one Test match for England in 1879.
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WILLATT, (G.L.). (1918-2003).
A one page typed letter, signed, from G.L. Willatt to J.D. Coldham. Headed Pocklington School, York. Dated 8th May 1972.
'...I will certainly try to see that my article 'Cricket and the Arts' is with you before the 1st July...' Willatt played for Nottinghamshire between 1939 and 1948, and for Derbyshire between 1950 and 1956.
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WOOLLER, (W.). (1912-1997).
A one page typed letter, signed, from Wilf. Wooller to J.D. Coldham. On official Glamorgan County Cricket Club headed notepaper. Dated 9th April 1957.
'...The Glamorgan Year Book will be out later this month...' Wooller played for Glamorgan between 1938 and 1962.
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WOOLLEY, (F.E.). (1887-1978). (Kent and England).
An ink signature.
Woolley played for Kent between 1906 and 1938. He played 64 Test matches for England between 1909 and 1934.
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A sheet of paper signed in pencil by eleven members of the 1934 Worcestershire team.
Signatures include: H.H.I. Gibbons, P. Jackson, Nawab of Pataudi, R. Perks, and C.F. Walters. With the ink signature of the Kent and England cricketer A.P. Freeman on reverse.
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A one page signed autograph letter from Doug Wright to Mr. Butterfield. On notepaper headed Bossingham, Nr. Canterbury. Dated 13th November 1984.
"...I am quite agreeable to sign the book entitled Cricket Heroes (Fame at Last)! What an extraordinary title!!.I look forward to reading it..." Wright (1914-1998) played for Kent between 1932 and 1957. He played 34 Test matches for England between 1938 and 1951.
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