DUBAI (UAE) Former Australia captain and Team India coach, Greg Chappell, has no qualms over his baggy green cap fetching less price than Neil Harveys in a recent auction bidding which took place in Australia recently. Two baggy green caps worn by Australian Test cricket greats Neil Harvey and Greg Chappell have been sold at auction for a combined price of $25,000. Neil Harveys baggy green fetched $15,660 while Chappells cap went under the hammer in Melbourne for $9490 last week. Speaking from Australia, Greg Chappell said, As for the different price I cannot be sure but maybe Neil Harveys cap was from the Invincible Tour of 1948 which would make it much sought after. I have no feeling one way or the other about the number of bidders (for my cap). When I played for Australia we were given a new cap for each tour that we went on. Over the years I have given some caps to friends who have either kept them or, in some cases, they were used as an item to be sold/raffled for their benefit season...usually in UK. I have also auctioned two of my caps for charity purposes. Some of these are the caps that have surfaced in recent times in auctions.