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WISDEN CRICKETER'S ALMANACK 1985 by  John (edited by) Woodcock - Paperback - 1985 - from Diversity Books and


by Woodcock, John (edited by)

Condition: Very Good +

London: John Wisden & Co, 1985. 1280pp., plus 1 x 12 page, b/white photographically-illustrated section. Book clean. Spine firm. Leaves clean, albeit very slightly tanned on edges. Printed covers very good. Published annually before the start of the English cricket season, this reference book is considered by some to be the 'bible' of cricket. Numerous contents. Book weight approx. 700g. . Softcover. Very Good +. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.


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