An Australian businessman bought the great batsman Donald Bradman's first baggy green test cap at auction for 450,000 Australian dollars ($ 340,000), or Rs 25.5 million), the second-highest price for cricket memorabilia.
Road microphones founder Peter Freedman plans to roll this cap worn by Bradman during his 1928 Test debut across Australia.
Auction officials said Bradman's 1928 Australia cap price is less than the $ 1,007,500 ($ 760,000) Sapphire made earlier this year for Australian leg spinner Shane Warne's test cap.
Bradman represented Australia for 20 years, played 52 Test matches from 1928 to 1948, and is generally regarded as the best cricketer in the world.
Honored with a knighthood in 1949 for his services to cricket. He retired from Test cricket with an average batting of 99.94.