Automatic Sports Co. Cricketer at HutchinsonScott

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pennymachines
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Re: Automatic Sports Co. Cricketer at HutchinsonScott

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Fantastic! Thank you so much for that. Is the aforementioned crown above the instructions on your Cricketer a crest or the three cricketer casting?
sentimental salvage
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Re: Automatic Sports Co. Cricketer at HutchinsonScott

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It has a coat of arms above the plate and two finials on top. Salter casting. I’ll get some better pics when I get a chance. :)
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Re: Automatic Sports Co. Cricketer at HutchinsonScott

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sentimental salvage wrote: Sun May 02, 2021 12:08 pm I’ll grab a pic of the golf later :)
lovely, thank you!
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treefrog
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Re: Automatic Sports Co. Cricketer at HutchinsonScott

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So who sold grandmother's teeth...? .£18000 plus the extras. :roll:

Is it staying in U.K. or unfortunately abroad? :!?!:
aristomatic
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Re: Automatic Sports Co. Cricketer at HutchinsonScott

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I didnt want to get caught up in a bidding war on the day, so just chucked a bid in with the auctioneers last week. I thought I stood a good chance @ £12K but seems now
others got carried away. Anyway, the winning bidder likely doing cartwheels now!
Hopefully, stays in UK but I know a big collector in Manhattan posted on another site that he was going to bid, so maybe Jack bought it with an extra bid at the end?
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Re: Automatic Sports Co. Cricketer at HutchinsonScott

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Started off slow and quite a few bidders up to £15,000 and then just a couple slogging it out after that; a couple of last second bids from those that had dropped out pulling back in again along the way.
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