LIMITED Edition 1930 Bradman Commemorative Ball

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LIMITED Edition 1930 Bradman Commemorative Ball

The career of Sir Donald Bradman is legendary. And unmatched. His individual performance in the 1930 Ashes series in England stands out as a most memorable achievement. He scored a phenomenal 974 runs at an average of 139.14. His single-day record of 309 runs has never been broken.

THE UNIQUE COLLECTABLE
Sir Donald has signed only 974 copies of this unique heirloom, the only Bradman ball that will ever be produced. A true limited release, each comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

The cricket ball is specially made and gold embossed in 1930's style. It's authentic red leather bears Sir Donald's full colour image. A gold-edged personally autographed plaque graces a hand turned red gum base.

SIR DONALD BRADMAN AC
This limited edition of 974 cricket balls "1930 Bradman Commemorative Ball" with my likeness and original signature as produced by "Sportsball" is the only cricket ball project that will ever be produced with my authority or that of the Bradman Trust.

LIMITED Edition 1930 Bradman Commemorative Ball

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CRICKET BENEFITS Royalties from this project go to the Bradman Trust and charitable organisations, so your purchase of the 1930 Bradman Commemorative Ball will help the future advancement of Australian cricket. Actual size: 160 mm high x 152 mm wide

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