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Sir Richard Hadlee Signed Limited Edition Print

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Last updated on 12th Mar 2013

Tags: new zealand

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Sir Richard Hadlee Signed Limited Edition Print

As bowling all-rounder Sir Richard Hadlee is considered one of the best fast bowlers of all time.In an 86-Test career he took 431 wickets (at the time the world record) and was the first bowler to pass 400 wickets with an average of 22.29 and made 3124 Test runs at 27.16 including two centuries and 15 fifties.This superb limited edition gloss photographic print shows Hadlee in a typical pose appealing for a wicket.It is personally signed by Hadlee with details printed at the bottom.Each print is individually numbered and measures in at a large and impressive 59.5cm by 42cm.

(approx).The print is far more impressive than the image suggests.To have this item supplied framed in a surround of your choice please click on the framing button below.A super item from a cricketing legend Sir Richard Hadlee.


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