Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1973 – 1973 Hardback (Ref 10182)

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  • Wisden Year 1973
  • Condition Very Good 7.75/10
  • Front Hinge Excellent 9/10
  • Back Hinge Excellent 9/10
  • Cover Lettering Excellent 9.25/10
  • Spine Lettering Very Good 7.75/10
  • Spine Condition Very Good 7.5/10
  • Dust Wrapper Very Good 7.5/10

This Wisden 1973 Hardback is in Very Good condition. The 110th edition.

This dust jacket is in very good condition. The front and rear covers are bright and clean. The flap to cover edges are a little worn. The spine is dusty, with scuffing to the top and foot and some light marks. Inside the wrapper, aprevious owner has made a small repair.

Internally this Wisden is in super condition and the page block is dusty to the top, lovely to the side.

Contents Include:
Skills and Controversy.
Shillings for W.G.
The Warwickshire Way.
Australia in England.
Sir Donald Bradman – selector.
County Champions: Warwickshire.
John Player League: Kent.
Gillette Cup: Lancashire.
Benson & Hedges Cup (First Year): Leicestershire.

Sheffield Shield: Western Australia.
Plunket Shield in New Zealand: Otago.
A World Team in Australia, 1971-72.
New Zealand in West Indies. 1971-72.


“What have you done? What have you done?” (Geoffrey Botcott’s lament to Ian Botham who had followed instructions to run him out because he was batting too slowly, New Zealand 1978. (Taken from A Century of great cricket quotations.)