England 1966 World Cup Winners Framed Shirt Signed by Sir Geoff Hurst & Martin Peters
This fabulous England World Cup 1966 replica shirt is signed by both goal scorers, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters. English football's finest moment came on 30 July 1966 when Sir Alf Ramsey's 'wingless wonders' triumphed over West Germany in the World Cup final at Wembley and the country that had invented the beautiful game were crowned world champions and lifted the Jules Rimet Trophy. The image displayed is used as an example and the signature position, size and style may vary slightly.
- Frame 70 x 85 cms in approx.
- The item will come with a certificate of authenticity.
- Black Frame.
- Signed by Sir Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters.
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