RARE Vintage Donnay Ceramic 85 Midsize Mid Belgium L3

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  • Item Category: Sports
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 01,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction
RARE Donnay Ceramic Mid racquet
For auction is a RARE Donnay Ceramic Mid Midsize tennis racket in very good condition. A CLASSIC and timeless player's racket. Ceramic Midsize like Fischer Vacuum Pro used by Michael Stich. T are many Donnay models but this is one of the more RARER versions, the Donnay Ceramic Mid . Like the Bjorn Borg Ceramic Midsize. Only one I've ever seen. A demanding player's racket featuring: heavy 12.8 oz weight, Ceramic / Graphite composite, midsize ~85 sq in headsize, thin 19 mm constant beam, head light balance, standard length and dense 16 x 18 string pattern. Bumperless top has a few light scrapes. Sides are in excellent condition. See pictures. Overall in very good condition, a solid 7.5 4 3/8" L3 gripsize. New Prince Microtac overgrip.
FEATURES: Ceramic / graphite for FEEL & dampening; narrow constant beam for flexibility, midsize head for a more uniform response; Dense 16 X 19 string pattern for control; Heavy weight 12+ oz for stability and 'plow through'; Head Light balance for maneuverability.
Donnay Ceramic Mid Midsize Specifications: Headsize: ~85 sq in/ 548 sq cm Length: 27 in / 69 cm Weight: 12.8 oz / 362 gms Construction: 19mm Constant Beam Balance: Head Light Composition: Ceramic / Graphite composite Stiffness: Flexible String Pattern: 16 mains x 19 crosses Gripsize: 4 3/8" L3
An excellent player's racket. A beautiful collectible racquet and an excellent hitter for the player seeking a taste of early graphite racquet design. See my many positive feedbacks for sales of numerous other rackets . I've sold a lot of rackets and this is another great and very solid racket. A nice addition to your tennis collection. See my other auctions for more vintage and classic tennis rackets.
International bids are welcome. Domestic shipping and handling of $10.00 for USPS. International shipping costs will be additional. Payment by Paypal, Credit or debit card processed through an Internet merchant account. For fastest service use Paypal. Insurance available, $1.80 for first $50. Not responsible for lost, damaged or uninsured items. By bidding on this auction the winner agrees to respond with mailing address via e-mail within 3 days and send in payment within 10 days of end of auction. If payment is not received within 10 days of end of auction, the contract will be nullified, and auction management notified. All items are sold as is. DUE TO AN INCREASE IN NON-PAYING BIDDERS, BIDS BY ALL (0) OR BIDDERS WITH NEGATIVE FEEDBACK WILL BE CANCELED WITHOUT PRIOR EMAIL APPROVAL. E-mail any questions as all sales are final. I reserve the right to cancel auction if E-Bay shuts down or crashes within the last 12 Hours of Bidding. Thanks for looking and good luck! Nice FEEL & dampening; constant beam forflexibility; midsize head for a
uniform response; Dense 16 X 19 string pattern for control; Heavy weight 12+ oz
for stability and 'plow through'; Head Light balance for maneuverability.

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