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Personally signed by Pele

This large photo show's the world's greatest ever player, Pele, exchanging shirts with Bobby Moore after their classic encounter in the 1970 FIFA World Cup™.

Brazil triumphed in the quarter-final 1-0 with a fine goal from Jairzinho, but the duel between Moore and Pele also lives long in the memory. The two embraced after the game, and this ensuing photo has become the most enduring image of sportsmanship at the highest level.

These photos are from an exclusive signing session carried out with the King of Football in London on September 19, 2006.

The photo is approximately 61cm by 51cm in size and is a limited edition of 100. The frame is approximately 85cm high, 60cm wide and 3cm in depth. An official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Pele signing one of the product and a FIFA hologram will be attached to the back of the frame.


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