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W.G.Grace, Glos, Eng, (1869-1904) - Hand Written Letter Dated 13 Dec 1906, Penned on official London County Cricket Club, Crystal Palace Headed Notepaper - Rare Collectable or Investment

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W.G.Grace Hand Written Letter 1906, - Rare Collectable or Investment

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W.G.Grace Hand Written Letter 13 Dec 1906, good condition Penned on official notepaper London County Cricket Club, Crystal Palace
This rare letter is in good condition it has a fold in the centre as shown in images where it was originally folded for posting some 106 years ago.

Full name William Gilbert Grace
Born 18 July 1848
Downend, near Bristol, England
Died 23 October 1915 (aged 67)
Mottingham, Kent, England
Nickname W.G., The Doctor, The Champion, The Big 'Un, The Old Man
Batting style right-handed batsman (RHB)
Bowling style right arm medium (RM; roundarm style)
Role all-rounder
Relations E. M. Grace, Fred Grace (brothers), Walter Gilbert (cousin)
International information
National side England
Test debut (cap 24) 6 September 1880 v Australia
Last Test 1 June 1899 v Australia
Domestic team information
Years Team
1869–1904 MCC
1870–1899 Gloucestershire
1900–1904 London County
Career statistics
Competition Tests FC[a]
Matches 22 878 (870)
Runs scored 1,098 54,896 (54,211)
Batting average 32.29 39.55 (39.45)
100s/50s 2/5 126/254 (124/251)
Top score 170 344 (344)
Balls bowled 666 126,157 (124,833)
Wickets 9 2,864+12 (2,809)
Bowling average 26.22 17.99 (18.14)
5 wickets in innings 0 246 (240)
10 wickets in match 0 66 (64)
Best bowling 2/12 10/49 (10/49)
Catches/stumpings 39/– 887/5 (876/5)
Source:CricketArchives