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Framed Print : Tottenham Hotspurs v Manchester City Division One 1st September 1952

Tottenham Hotspurs v Manchester City Division One 1st September 1952



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Tottenham Hotspurs v Manchester City Division One 1st September 1952

Tottenham Hotspurs v Manchester City Division One 1st September 1952. Manchester City striker beats the Spurs goal keeper to score at White Hart Lane as Don Revie looks on. The final score was a three all draw. Watscan - - 17/03/2009

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Daily Mirror
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England

Media ID 21943584

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Goal Grandstand Scoring Supporters White Hart Lane


14"x12" (38x32cm) Modern Frame

Step back in time with our vintage Framed Print from Media Storehouse and Memory Lane Prints. This iconic photograph captures a pivotal moment in football history, as Manchester City's striker scores against Tottenham Hotspurs during their Division One match on 1st September 1952. Witness the intense concentration on Don Revie's face as Manchester City's player beats the Spurs goalkeeper at White Hart Lane. Add this unique piece to your collection and bring the nostalgia of football's past into your home.

Wood effect frame, card mounted, 10x8 archival quality photo print. Overall outside dimensions 14x12 inches (38x32cm). Environmentally and ozone friendly, 40mm wide x 15mm Polycore® moulding has the look of real wood, is durable and light and easy to hang. Biodegradable and made with non-chlorinated gases (no toxic fumes) it is efficient; producing 100 tons of polystyrene can save 300 tons of trees! Prints are glazed with lightweight, shatterproof, optical clarity acrylic (providing the same general protection from the environment as glass). The back is stapled hardboard with a sawtooth hanger attached. Note: To minimise original artwork cropping, for optimum layout, and to ensure print is secure, the visible print may be marginally smaller

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 24.4cm x 18cm (9.6" x 7.1")

Estimated Product Size is 37.6cm x 32.5cm (14.8" x 12.8")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.


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EDITORS COMMENTS
This print takes us back to a historic clash between Tottenham Hotspurs and Manchester City on the 1st of September, 1952. The intensity of Division One football is palpable as a Manchester City striker skillfully beats the Spurs goalkeeper, sending the ball soaring into the net at White Hart Lane. Don Revie, an iconic figure in English football, watches with anticipation from the sidelines. The match ended in a thrilling three all draw, leaving fans on both sides buzzing with excitement. The grandstand looms behind them, filled with passionate supporters who are completely engrossed in this exhilarating encounter. Their faces reflect a mix of hope and anxiety as they witness every twist and turn on that hallowed pitch. Transporting us back to the 1950s, this print captures not only the action but also provides glimpses into the era's fashion and style. It serves as a reminder of how far football has come over time while honoring its rich history. Preserved by Memory Lane Prints for future generations to appreciate, this image encapsulates everything that makes football such an enduring sport - fierce competition, moments of brilliance on display, unwavering support from loyal fans, and unforgettable memories etched onto stadiums like White Hart Lane.

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