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This historic print features Pele celebrating after winning the FIFA World Cup in 1970. It was his third World Cup winners medal.

The 1970 FIFA World Cup™ winning Brazilian team is generally considered to be the greatest national team of all tim. Pelïïï© was its focal point. The legendary player scored Brazil's first and set up two more in a crushing 4-1 victory over Italy.

These photos are from an exclusive Icons signing session with Pele in London on November 19, 2007.

The photo is approximately 50cm by 41cm in size and is a limited edition of 100. The frame is approximately 74cm high, 50cm 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.

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


Esta imagen histórica muestra a Pelé celebrando luego del triunfo de Brasil en la final del Mundial de 1970, el tercero para el astro carioca. Para muchos, el equipo que triunfó en México 1970 ha sido la mejor selección de todos los tiempos, y Pelé fue par

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