Cardboard covered in a light grey paper on the front with blue-grey on the back. On the front is a photograph of a cricketer in white uniform standing batting in front of stumps and a wicket keeper. Printed on the grey above this picture is 'AUSTRALIAN TEST TEAM / 1930' and underneath is 'DON BRADMAN, CUTTING TATE FOR FOUR. / WEARING (KAYLO) GRIPU TROUSERS.'.
0 - Whole: H: 268 W: 266 D: 2mm (H: 10 9/16 W: 10 1/2 D: 1/16")
Australian Cricket Team 1930
Don Bradman; 27 Aug 1908; 25 Feb 2001
Maurice Tate; 30 May 1895; 18 May 1956
Kindly donated to the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum by the Estate of Rosemary Berrigan.