Ivor Warne- Smith and other greats in John Devaney's new triple book series

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Port Adelaide 1870

Club Legend
Jul 22, 2000
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Adelaide
AFL Club
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Just recently I've had the absolute pleasure of designing three book covers for renowned Football Historian, Author & Publisher : John Devaney:
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John has written a number of books on the history of Australian Football and is a very well respected authority on the game across Australia.
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The images presented are the conceptual proofs, but are essentially how they will appear when published, bar some new author photos and back cover information:
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The original B/W photos required some restoration and enhancement and also included colorization to bring them back to life.
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The Series will be known as; Creme de la Creme : Noteworthy Australian Footballers of the 20th Century and cover the best from A to Z in three volumes.
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If you are interested in securing your copy, register your interest today.
Via: john.devaney@fullpoints.plus.com
As these book will be very popular and once they are gone ABSOLUTE Collectors items.
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Due for release in early 2021.
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Ivor Warne-Smith

Full name
Ivor Phillip Scharrer Warne-Smith
Known as
Ivor Warne-Smith
Born
29 October 1897
Place of birth
Lavender Bay, NSW (2060)
Died
5 March 1960 (aged 62)
Place of death
Newport, VIC (3015)
Occupation
Farmer, Business manager
Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 21y 256d
Last game: 34y 310d
Height and weight
Height: 182 cm
Weight: 86 kg
Senior clubs
Melbourne
Jumper numbers
Melbourne: 33, 14
Recruited from
Melbourne (1920); Latrobe (1925)
State of origin
NSW
Hall of fame
Australian Football Hall of Fame (Inducted 1996)

Footy Facts courtesy of John Devaney:
B/W Photo restore, enhance & cut out, final colourization and stylization by Yours Truly.
 

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