Sugar bowl presented to Keith Truscott, 17 May 1942

Object Type
Trophies and awards/Trophy/Domestic/Tea set
Trophies and awards/Trophy/Domestic/Bowl/Sugar bowl
Date Used
17 May 1942
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Object Detail


Brief Description
Sugar bowl, part of a tea set presented to RAAF fighter pilot and former Melbourne FC player Keith Truscott after playing one game for Melbourne against Richmond whilst on leave, in Melbourne, during World War II. After returning to the War, Truscott was killed in an aircraft accident in 1943. Melbourne FC's Best and Fairest award, the Truscott Cup, is named in honour of him. Maker's details on the underside of the bowl.
Measurements
0 - Whole: H: 90 W: 133 D: 91mm (H: 3 9/16 W: 5 1/4 D: 3 9/16")
Media/Materials
Associated Event
Date Used
17 May 1942
Location
On display
Registration No
M12115.3
Credit Line
Kindly donated to the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum by M Linton.

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