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Tennis Racquet and cover

Overview

Wooden tennis racquet with padded grip. Made from Canadian Ash with cream and white paint
Wooden cover with butterfly screws used to hold the racquet straight.

Historical information

Wooden tennis racquet most likely from the 1960s/1970s.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-50-21.004
Item type
Material
Inscriptions and markings

Slazenger. New speed strength, flexibility. Exlcusive cradled construction.
Federation cup Ken Rosewall

Contextual Information

Used at the Duranillin and Moodiarrup tennis clubs

Keywords
Sport
recreation
Fun
Country
Australia
Primary significance criteria
Social or spiritual significance
Comparative significance criteria
Well provenanced
Betty Brown Historical Centre (Shire of West Arthur)

Betty Brown Historical Centre (Shire of West Arthur)

Organisation Details
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tennis racquet and cover
Tennis racquet and cover