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  • JY131

    Jersey, Ranji Walkers XV, 1950s, burgundy with white collar and cuffs. Ranji Walker's XV motif on breast, No:7 on back
  • JY130

    Jersey, Wales, red with P.O.W. feathers on breast. No: 16 on back.
  • JY129

    Jersey, Sweden, 1982 tour to Wales. Yellow with white collar. Swedish Rugby Union 50th anniversary badge on left breast. Blue No17 on back.
  • SR-1923-1924

    Swansea RFC season breakdown 1923-1924.
  • SR-1921-1922

    Swansea RFC Season breakdown 1921-1922.
  • SR-1920-1921

    Swansea RFC Season breakdown 2021-2022.
  • SR-1919-1920

    Swansea RFC Season breakdown 1919-1920
  • BDP-Wales

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  • SR-1913-1914

    Swansea RFC season breakdown 1913-1914
  • SR-1913-1914

    Swansea RFC season breakdown 1913-1914
  • SR-1912-1913

    Swansea RFC season breakdown 1912-1913
  • SR-1911-1912

    Swansea RFC season breakdown 1911-1912
  • PH232

    Photograph B&W, a 20th century copy of a sepia original circa 1898. Swansea Hockey team. Dimensions: w11 1/2" x h9 1/4" (w29cm x h23.5cm)
  • PH248

    Paper digital scan of photograph B/W (sepia): Jack Bassett. Dimensions: w3 1/5in. x h6 1/4 in. (w9cm x h15.8cm). In biro pen at bottom: “Pilot Officer D J Bassett in 1940”.
  • PH247

    Paper digital scan of photograph B/W (sepia): Jack Bassett. Dimensions: w3 3/4in. x h5 1/4 in. (w9.9cm x h13.5cm). In biro pen at bottom: “D J Bassett (Jack) in 1938”.
  • PH246

    Paper digital scan of photograph B/W: Jack Bassett & Wife. Dimensions: w5 1/8in. x h6 in. (w13cm x h15.2cm). In biro pen top left: “London in 1939”. In biro pen on reverse: “Jack Bassett in London in 1938 with his new wife Sheila (Bulmer) from Middlesboro”
  • PH245

    Newspaper cutting: a reproduced photograph of St Helen’s Cricket & Rugby Ground. Numbered squares superimposed by newspaper publisher (unknown) for use with radio broadcast of matches. Dimensions: w7 ¼ in. x 3 ¼ in. (w8.5cm x h8.2cm). Title beneath indicates the news cutting is from 5th December 1931, the day of Wales v South Africa at St Helen’s.
  • TR014

    Small presentation cup, silver, engraved: “Holyrood School, Bognor, Cricket XI (1929) D.J. Bassett “Bowling Average” ”4 ¼ in. (10.5cm) tall. Silver hallmarked on back
  • MD019

    School medal, caste brass in presentation box. Medal: 2 in. (5cm) diameter. Laurel border round circumference. Scroll at top with “Bono Cum Animo” ('Courage and Faith') legend within. “Holyrood School, Bognor Senior 440 Yards 1929 D.J. Bassett” Reverse shows ‘victory’ figurine holding palm branch and laurels. Presentation case: L.J. Wade Jeweller Bognor.
  • MD018

    School medal, caste brass in presentation box. Medal: 2 in. (5cm) diameter. Laurel border round circumference. Scroll at top with “Bono Cum Animo” ('Courage and Faith') legend within. “Holyrood School, Bognor Senior 440 Yards 1929 D.J. Bassett” Reverse shows ‘victory’ figurine holding palm branch and laurels. Presentation case: L.J. Wade Jeweller Bognor.
  • OT168

    Cricket ball with silver shield affixed. Engraved: “ “D.J.B.” 8 Wickets for 5 runs Holyrood School v Sompting Abbots School 10.VII.29”
  • OT166

    Excerpts from the scrapbook of D.J. Bassett. 9 pages and one half page. Full page dimensions: w8 in. x h10 in. (w20.3cm x h25.4cm). Text & reproduced photograph Cuttings from newspapers Circa 1930-34
  • MP1902

    Match programme, Swansea RFC v Richmond RFC at St Helen's 13 October 1934
  • MP1901

    Match programme: Newport RFC v Swansea RFC at Rodney Parade on Saturday 25 November 1933
  • PH217

    Photograph, B&W by A & G Taylor of Swansea. Swansea Cricket Club C1906-1908. Dimensions: w22 3/4" x h17 1/2" (w57.5cm x h44.7cm)