Moscow 1980 Art Print - Signed Seb Coe - Daley Thompson (Limited Edition #153 of 200)
- ID # 53549
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Two of Great Britain's greatest Olympians of all time, Daley Thompson and Lord Sebastian Coe each took home their first Olympic Gold Medals (Decathalon and 1,500 metres respectively) during the 1980 Moscow Games. In a very Limited Edition Series of only 200, both Seb and Daley have personally autographed this art print of the 1980 Olympic Games held in Moscow. Each print in the series is individually numbered and reproduced from the original collection of the Olympic Museum, Lausanne. This hand-signed collectable also includes the Official Sporting Memorabilia hologram, online product registration card and measures approximately 40 x 30cm in dimension.
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