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Great knock : Sim's Australians V. Canterbury, played at Lancaster Park, Christchurch, 27, 28 February, 2 March 1914
Bib ID 1514934
Format BookBook
Description Christchurch, N.Z. : Nag's Head Press, 1978 
67 p. : ill. ; 12 x 11 cm. 
Notes

Match report reprinted from the Sun, Christchurch, issues of 28 February, 2 & 3 March 1914.

Limited edition of 225 numbered copies.

Library's N copy is no. 82 in a limited run of 225 copies; Library's NL copy is no. 214 in a limited run of 225 copies.

Subjects Cricket -- New Zealand.

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