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Item #49639
  1. Personally signed by Pele!
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Personally signed by Pele!

Brazil's 1970 World Cup-winning team, spearheaded by the magnificent Pele, is widely regarded as the greatest international side of all time.

The tournament, held in Mexico, is remembered for Pele's epic battle with England's Bobby Moore, and Brazil's 4-1 demolition of Italy in the final, in which Pele scored the opening goal.

This retro 1970 Brazil jersey was personally signed on the back by Pele, the greatest footballer in history, in an exclusive signing session organised and carried out by Icons in London on 19 November 2007.

This iconic gold Brazil number 10 jersey is recognisable the world over and comes in presentation packaging with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Pele signing the jersey.

NOTE: All sales final for signed memorabilia in order to protect standards of authenticity.


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