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Cricket ball with two labels, inscribed, 'Inter-State Cricket, South Australian Collapse, All out for 90, Victoria win by 268' and 'Second Innings scoreboard of South Australia', 1923

1986.0001.0013

Cricket ball with two labels, inscribed, 'Inter-State Cricket, South Australian Collapse, All out for 90, Victoria win by 268' and 'Second Innings scoreboard of South Australia', 1923

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A cricket ball made out of four pieces of red leather that have been stitched together. Labels/newspaper clippings in red ink have been glued to each side. One label reads "INTER-STATE CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COLLAPSE. ALL OUT FOR 90. VICTORIA WIN BY 268.", the other label reads "SECOND INNINGS SCOREBOARD OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA". Further text in black ink reads "...1923".

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