Complete Mary Poppins Costume including coat, blouse and trousers
- ID # 38993
- Current bid: £82.30
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- Closes: 05 December 2012
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This is a costume used during the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony which celebrated the creativity, eccentricity, daring and openness of the British genius. This Mary Poppins aerialist costume was worn by a cast member portraying one of the best loved ficitional characters, who flies in to save the day against the villians terroising the children in the "Swing Out Sister" segment. This sequence honoured two of Britains?s greatest achievements: its amazing body of children?s literature and its National Health Service (NHS).
This authentic piece of memorabilia is perfect for any fan or collector looking to bring home a piece of the games.
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