CRICKET. EXCEEDINGLY RARE. 1946 DON BRADMAN NEWSPAPER HOARDING “HOW DON DID IT”.

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This particular hoarding with its headline is possibly the only one surviving that were issued to news agencies. Museum quality, exceedingly rare, not many exist and those that do exist are mainly held by various National Archives, Libraries, Institutions etc. Very few are in private hands. The hoarding is 100% genuine & NOT a copy. It relates to Bradman’s innings of 187 v England 1st Test match the Gabba, Nov 30th 1946. It measures 65.5cms x 51cms. It’s in urgent need of restoring and preservation. Very thin and delicate, they weren’t made to last, it has small holes throughout with tears along the edges and folds. It will be folded and posted in a postal tube, pickup is preferable due to its delicate nature.

 

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