The women's racket [left, main photo] has a slightly slimmer grip, and the strings are breaking off like dry spaghetti noodles. However, the head and body of the racket are in great condition and will still be playable when restrung. The emblem on this racket says 'Royal Crown - Tournament' and another marking says 'Patent RE 21471'.
The men's racket [right, main photo] is taped up around where the neck and head come together. An 'M' emblem is visible from under the tape. It comes with a wooden frame that has kept the head in excellent condition and prevented any twisting or warping. The strings are in OK condition, and they are most likely still playable.
While the men's racket has a thicker grip than the women's, both measure 27" tall x 9" wide overall.
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