Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005
Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005 Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005 10 - These black and white photographs capture moments in tennis history as the world’s finest women tennis players fought for the ultimate recognition, Wimbledon Ladies Champion and three of them are British, Angela Mortimer (1961), Ann Jones (1969) and Virginia Wade (1977). Numbered in chronological order, the series finishes with the Williams sisters Venus and Serena who between them lifted the trophy in four consecutive tournaments from 2000 to 2003. The players’ achievements are listed on the backs. size 68 X 36mm
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Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005

Issuer: Rockwell Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: These black and white photographs capture moments in tennis history as the world’s finest women tennis players fought for the ultimate recognition, Wimbledon Ladies Champion and three of them are British, Angela Mortimer (1961), Ann Jones (1969) and Virginia Wade (1977). Numbered in chronological order, the series finishes with the Williams sisters Venus and Serena who between them lifted the trophy in four consecutive tournaments from 2000 to 2003. The players’ achievements are listed on the backs. size 68 X 36mm Number of cards in set: 10

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