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The Boundary book : second innings : a Lord's Taverner's miscellany of cricket / compiled and edited by Leslie Frewin ; with a preface by HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Bib ID 2220790
Format BookBook
Description London : Pelham, 1986 
384 p. : ill., poets ; 25cm. 
ISBN 0720716977
Notes

Cricket. - Personal observations - Collections (BNB/PRECIS)

Ill on lining papers.

Subjects Cricket.
Other authors/contributors Frewin, Leslie, 1917-  |  Lord's Taverners

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