File:Tom Browne, Illustrated Sports Cricket.png

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English: postcard entitled "Illustrated Sports CRICKET" (slightly cropped), signed "Tom B", used in the post with green halfpenny stamp of King Edward VII, postmarked Chippenham, December 1903; on reverse "Davidson Bros. Pictorial Post Cards from Originals by Tom Browne R. I., R. B. A. / Serie 2507"
Date no later than 1903
Source postcard
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