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Kent - Centenary multi-signed First Day cover

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This First Day cover celebrates Kent Cricket clubs centenary year and is presented in good condition, measuring 18cm x 11cm.

They are true legends of England and Kent cricket, and this is a fine item of signed Cricket Memorabilia.

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This superb item of signed Kent cricket memorabilia is a First Day of Issue cover, stamped 30th of May 1970, and personally signed by the Kent and England legends, Sir Colin Cowdrey, Derek Underwood and Alan Knott.

This First Day of Issue cover commemorates Kent County Cricket Club Centenary 1870-1970, and measures 18cm x 11cm.

It is presented in excellent condition and is a fine item of signed Cricket Memorabilia.

Cowdrey was a stalwart batsman for England scoring over 7,600 runs in 114 test matches, While Underwood became the youngest player to take 100 County Championship wickets in a debut season.

Knott had the distinction of once scoring 7 runs from a single delivery in Test cricket, off Vanburn Holder in the Fourth England v West Indies Test at Headingley in 1976