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Pelé - Bobby Moore Framed 1970 World Cup Photo

Guide price: £200

Last updated on 12th Mar 2013

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Pelé - Bobby Moore Framed 1970 World Cup Photo

Edson Arantes Do Nascimento – Pele is considered by many to be the world’s greatest ever footballer.He scored an amazing 1281 goals during his career and is the only player to have won three FIFA World Cups™. This new and stunning addition to the Spirit of Sport Pelé collection is a great photographic presentation featuring Pele exchanging shirts with Bobby Moore after their classic encounter in the 1970 World Cup.

The print was personally signed by Pelé in July 2007 and a photo of the great man signing is supplied with the item. The details of the game are printed at the bottom and it is presented in a black surround with two bottom mounts offset with a small gap against a top mount giving a wonderful 3D effect.It has a modern contemporary look and feel that does not detract from the photo and measures in at a large an impressive 62.5cm by 47cm by 4cm.

It would compliment most household decor would also look great in the office.A simply stunning item of signed memorabilia from two legends of Football Pelé and Bobby Moore.

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