Perrier 'The Laws of Cricket' No.32 "The striker being.." , by Charles Crombie

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Coloured print in the centre of a piece of white paper with the title "32. The striker being caught, no runs shall be scored." It features a policeman holding a young (and dirty) boy who has dropped his cricket bat. In the background are some other children and a broken window. It is signed by Chas Crombie with text on the back including "THE CHAMPAGNE OF TABLE WATERS" under a picture of a Perrier bottle. The print is clamp-mounted in a white window mount.
Measurements
print: H: 113 W: 234 D: 1mm (H: 4 7/16 W: 9 3/16 D: 1/16")
mount: H: 270 W: 303 D: 4mm (H: 10 5/8 W: 11 15/16 D: 3/16")
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Location
In storage
Registration No
M6443.6
Credit Line
Kindly donated to the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum by Mr Anthony Baer.

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