Eleven South African Cricketing Postcards –


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The South African cricket team toured England in the 1929 season to play a five-match Test series against England. It was the first tour since 1924, though Tests has been played between the two sides in the interim with the 1927-28 England tour of South Africa. England won the 1929 Test series, winning two matches with the other three games drawn. In first-class matches overall, the South Africans won nine games and lost seven, with 18 being drawn. There were three non-first-class matches; two of them ended in South African victories, the other was drawn. The following players are represented on the cards: N.A. Quinn (Griqualand West), H.W. Taylor (Transvaal), J.A.J. Christy (Transvaal), D.P.B. Morkel (Western Province), E.A. vand der Merwe (Transvaal), I.J. Siedle (Natal), Q McMillan (Transvaal), A.J. Bell (Western Province), A.L. Ochse (Eastern Province), R.H. Catterall (O.F.S.), H.G. Owen Smith (Western Province). All cards unused. Some light foxing and creasing. General condition good to very good.

Date Published: 1929

First Edition: Yes

Condition: good to very good

Dimensions: 8.8 x 14cm

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Weight 500 g