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Antiques Shops in Epsom

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JW Mckenzie Cricket Bookseller

12 Stoneleigh Park Road
KT19 0QT
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Speciality: Cricket Books

This Surrey based bookshop has been trading for thirty years solely on the subject of cricket. Mainly a mail-order business, catalogues are issued on a regular basis, at approximately four a year. A large stock of early and rare cricket books is held, together with Wisden's Cricketers' Almanacks and cricketana. Customers are welcome to visit the shop during normal business hours, but it is advisable to telephone for an appointment first. Secure on-line shopping is available on our website.

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