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English: The 1921 first published photo of The Ashes Urn used in a montage by the Perth Western Mail newspaper in 1924
Date 1924
Source The Western Mail (Perth) 18 December 1924 page V. Online reference"knights of the willow" "battle in sydney"&searchLimits=
Author unknown
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