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Written on back with black felt-tip pen: “Ranfurly Shield Howhenua Victorious I Beleive Tgame F TREMEWAN”

Ranfurly Shield visit to Shannon, 1927. Seven men are pictured with the shield which is between two men and sitting on the running board of a car.

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Ranfurly Shield Visit to Shannon, 1927

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1927

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1927,
men transport,
motor car,
shannon,
shannon centennial collection,
trophy,
trophy costume,
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