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Curtly Ambrose Signed Limited Edition Print

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Last updated on 12th Mar 2013

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Curtly Ambrose Signed Limited Edition Print

Regarded as a giant of the game in every sense Curtly Ambrose was the most lethal pace bowler of his generation.Among Ambrose's 405 test wickets at 20.99 two spells stand out: the 6 for 24 that hustled England out for 46 in Trinidad in 1993-94 and his series-clinching 7 for 1 against Australia the previous season.This superb print signed by Curtly shows him bidding farewell to the crowd at The Oval London in his last game there in 2000.He has personally signed each print and you will receive a photo of the signing (as shown in inset image).Available exclusively through Spirit of Sport this is a super item from a legend.Actual Size 560mm x 410mm - limited edition of 500 and part of the Sporting Masters editions – Photo printed on 250gsm high quality art board – The accompanying photo of the personality signing this item will include a copyright over the image.This item can be professionally framed with dual mounts and plaque for 59.99.

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