Pros and Poetry 1920s Football and Cricket 1st Series 2012
Sport In View Cricket Pros and Poetry 1920s Football and Cricket 1st Series 2012 Pros and Poetry 1920s Football and Cricket 1st Series 2012 25 - An unusual set featuring black and white line-drawn caricatures of cricketers and footballers from the 1920s below which are a few lines of verse, for example, for Tommy Urwin (Newcastle) the poetry begins : “When Tommy’s on the wing, The Magpies will sing.” Perhaps the best known are Pat Hendren (Brentford F.C. & Middlesex C.C.C) and Wilf Rhodes (Yorkshire C.C.C). Bournemouth is spelt incorrectly on number 7. The backs are plain. Size 70 x 39mm.
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Pros and Poetry 1920s Football and Cricket 1st Series 2012

Issuer: Sport In View Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: An unusual set featuring black and white line-drawn caricatures of cricketers and footballers from the 1920s below which are a few lines of verse, for example, for Tommy Urwin (Newcastle) the poetry begins : “When Tommy’s on the wing, The Magpies will sing.” Perhaps the best known are Pat Hendren (Brentford F.C. & Middlesex C.C.C) and Wilf Rhodes (Yorkshire C.C.C). Bournemouth is spelt incorrectly on number 7. The backs are plain. Size 70 x 39mm. Number of cards in set: 25

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