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Bradman letters withdrawn from sale

Published: Friday, November 10, 2000, 23:53 [IST]
 
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Sydney: A Sydney bookseller has apologised to former cricketer Don Bradman over plans to sell a collection of his private letters, Australian media reported on Saturday.The letters, which newspapers said contained a moving account of his wife's death, were listed for sale at a book fair next week, where they were expected to fetch around 20,000 Australian dollars ($ 10,600 US).But the bookseller withdrew the letters from the auction and apologised to Bradman after learning that the 92-year-old former master batsman disapproved of the sale.Bradman retired from Test cricket in 1948 with a batting average of 99.94.(c) Reuters Limited. Click here for Restrictions


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