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Steve Backley Signed Olympic Fdc/medal Presentation - 1996

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Last updated on 12th Mar 2013

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Steve Backley Signed Olympic Fdc/medal Presentation - 1996

Steve Backley is a British Olympic legend and is ranked among the great javelin throwers of the modern era winning the silver medal in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic games.This rare one-off item of signed Athletics memorabilia comprises of a large colour photo of Steve in Olympic action.Under this is an historic and colourful Olympic First Day of Issue Postal Cover which is date stamped and personally signed by Backley across the front.

There is also an embedded replica Olympic Medal inset into the cover itself with printed details of his achievements. The cover is mounted within protected corners and inside the envelope is a complete history of the subject. There is a plaque with details of the presentation and it has been recently framed in a stunning black surround with dual inset mounts that gives a great 3D effect.

It measures in at a large and impressive 71cm by 42cm. (approx)A magnificent one-off item of signed Steve Backley memorabilia.

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