Vintage Gunn & Moore Cannon Cricket Bat
Vintage Gunn & Moore Cannon Cricket Bat
Vintage Gunn & Moore Cannon Cricket Bat
Vintage Gunn & Moore Cannon Cricket Bat
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    Vintage Gunn & Moore Cannon Cricket Bat

    $177.00
      DESCRIPTION
      GUNN & MOORE CRICKET BAT
      Place of Origin: Made in England
      Date of Manufacture: circa 1960
      Materials: Willow
      Condition: Excellent consistent with age and use
      Authentic Original Cricket Bat

      The blade is embossed with Antique markings:
      ‘GUNN & MOORE Makers Nottingham England’
      ‘HARROW’
      ‘CANNON’
      ‘SUPER’
      ‘MADE IN ENGLAND’

      The Gunn & Moore cricket bat is in good condition with a lovely patina. This fine example of mid-20th Century craftsmanship was made in Nottingham England circa 1960. It is a good example of a 'CANNON' Gunn and Moore cricket bat. The writing on the two shoulders reads: 'GUN & MOORE Ltd, MAKERS, NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND', whilst on the blade 'TREBLE SPRING, 'THE CANNON', Harrow'. To the rear of the bat are the words 'The Cannon' and 'Sub Standard', refers to the cut of the willow that was used for this bat.

      Stunning polished vintage finish on antique English willow. Wonderful condition, given its age. This is a full-sized professional class cricket bat. You could still play with this bat but it would also make a perfect wall display, or you could show it in a frame or display case. A tremendous conversation starter for any office, home or in your bar. Ships same day from our facilities in the United States.

      Still in business today and more commonly recognized by the GM logo the company has continued to produce some of the world's finest cricket bats.

      This mid-20th century antique cricket bat is in excellent condition with a lovely patina and would look wonderful framed or exhibited on a wall or shelf.

      Founded in 1888, Gunn & Moore is one of England’s finest Cricket bat manufacturers. Gunn & Moore started life at 49 Carrington Street in Nottingham, England, 135 years ago in 1885. Businessman Thomas James Moore had originally met English Test batsman William Gunn through a family connection.


       

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