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Rangers: A History In Pictures

Rangers: A History In Pictures

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Sku: 030614010100

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£24.99

Quick Overview

The history of Rangers FC is uniquely depicted through this collection of iconic 20th Century images
  • Black and white pages only

  • Colour of cover may vary

  • Available with recipient's name embossed on the front (additional £5 retail)

  • Cream gift box available for additional £5 retail
  • Maximum number of characters: 22

    Maximum number of characters: 160

    Maximum number of characters: 22

    £24.99
    • Your text will be printed exactly as you have entered it, so please double check spelling, punctuation and capitalisation.
    • Accents and other symbols cannot be printed

    Details

    This book will soon be a treasured possession for a special Teddy Bears fan. Iconic images from their favourite team’s history can be found in one place with this commemorative book. With decades of historic images from Ranger’s history, the Reds fan in your life will love this unique and thoughtful gift. The book covers iconic events throughout the 20th century, meaning football fans can reminisce with this beautifully presented spread of photographs from their club’s history. The book is A4 in size with a sleek linen hard cover, which is embossed to make a premium gift. A striking way for fans to keep momentous photographs of their club. The opening page of your book can be fully personalised with the recipient’s name and a personal message. Our Football Newspaper books are unofficial products, and are in no way affiliated with any football club, unless specifically stated. They have been independently compiled and researched by our archive team.

    Additional Information

    SKU 030614010100
    Weight (grams) 560
    Dimensions (mm) 220 x 310 x 13
    Notes This product is exempt from VAT
    Barcode ISBN 978-1-78597-565-3
    Standard Carriage £3.50
    RRP £24.99 or £29.99 if embossing selected