Don Bradman, byname of Sir Donald George Bradman was an Australian cricketer, one of the greatest run scorers in the history of the game and often judged the greatest player of the 20th century. In Test matches Bradman scored 6,996 runs for Australia and set a record with his average of 99.94 runs per contest. He scored 19 centuries (100 runs in a single innings) in Test matches against England between 1928 and 1948. On his first visit to England, in 1930, he established a Test record by scoring 334 runs in one innings; in 1934, also in England, he had an innings of 304 runs. In 1948 he was captain of the Australian team that was victorious in England, four matches to none. He retired from first-class cricket in 1949 and was knighted in the same year.
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Colour: Antique Copper
Cufflink Style: 1075-CL