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This fantastic mini Gunn and Moore cricket bat was signed by England's 2005 Ashes-winning captain Michael Vaughan on October 20, 2009 in Leeds. Vaughan enjoyed superb form during the summer, including the highest score in the series by a batsmen of either side of 166 at Edgbaston - all using his trusty Gunn and Moore wand.After probably the greatest ever Test series held on these shores, and possibly the greatest Test series of all time, Vaughan's team finally triumphed 2-1. The Australians had taken the lead at Lord's, but a thrilling two-run victory at Edgbaston turned the tide back in England's favour. A draw at an electric Old Trafford was followed by an England victory at Trent Bridge.England needed to draw or win in the final test at the Oval, and going into the fifth and final day, the match could still have gone either way. An explosive 156 from Pietersen secured victory for England - and the 2005 Ashes series was won.The bat comes with a certificate of authenticity showing Vaughan signing.
This minibat was personally signed by England cricket captain Andrew Strauss in a private signing session at Lords Cricket Ground on October 29, 2009.The bats commemorate the superb Ashes victory over Australia in the summer of 2009. Strauss led his side to the 2-1 series win, to reclaim the precious urn.Throughout the series Strauss led from the front. He made 474 runs at an average of 52.66, more than any other player in the series and 200 more than the next highest-scoring England batsman.Australian coach Tim Neilsen named him man of the series and for the second time Strauss tasted Ashes victory on home soil, this time as captain.This is a wonderful piece of sporting memorabilia presented in icons' stylish framing style with a picture of the England team celebrating. It would make a once-in-a-lifetime present for any cricket fan, or be a magnificent centrepiece to any fundraising auction.
The print features Maradona lifting the World Cup after inspiring Argentina to victory in Mexico.The large print is A2 (23.4 inches by 16.5 inches) in size and was personally signed by Maradona at an exclusive signing session organised and carried out by Icons with Maradona in Buenos Aires in June 2005.The print is one of a limited number that were signed by Mardona and comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Mardona signing the photograph.For information on our UK, US and international delivery terms go to Why buy from Icons - Delivery
This photo was personally signed by John Terry in a private signing session on April 3, 2009 in Gateshead. It shows the Chelsea and England captain lifting the Premiership trophy after the Blues successfully defended their title in 2006-07.Chelsea, under Jose Mourinho, accumulated 91 points and clinched the trophy with a 3-0 victory over fierce rivals Manchester United. Terry was an inspiration all season, leading the side with his never-say-die attitude.Terry is a Chelsea legend, and has just proved his loyalty to the club by turning down the riches of Manchester City. If ever there was a one-club man it is JT.The photo, which is 18 inches by 12 inches, is a superb item of memorabilia and would make an incredible gift for any Blues fan. For information on our UK, US and international delivery terms go to Why buy from Icons - Delivery
This England photo was personally signed by England captain John Terry in a private signing session on April 3, 2009. It shows JT's joy after he had scored the first goal by a senior England player at Wembley, on June 1, 2007. To make it even sweeter, it put the Three Lions 1-0 up against a strong Brazil side.Terry made his debut for England in 2003 and was later made skipper by Steve McClaren. He was outstanding in the 2006 World Cup, being the only English player to be named part of the all-star team for the tournament. He has since become the first name on the teamsheet under Fabio Capello, epitomising the Italian bosses virtues of dedication and professionalism and playing each game as if he's ready to die for the cause.This photo, which is 18 inches by 12 inches, would make an incredible gift for any England fan and is a hugely collectible item of sports memorabilia.For information on our UK, US and international delivery terms go to Why buy from Icons - Delivery
This large photo is A2 (20" x 24") in size and show's the world's greatest ever player, Pele, exchanging shirts with Bobby Moore after their classic encounter in the 1970 World Cup.These photos are from an exclusive signing session carried out with the King of Football in London on September 19, 2006.The photo come with a certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Pele signing the print.For information on our UK, US and international delivery terms go to Why buy from Icons - Delivery
This fantastic photograph was personally signed by Cristiano Ronaldo in an exclusive signing session organised and carried out by Icons with the Portuguese forward in Manchester on February 13, 2009.It shows the number seven holding the Champions League trophy after Utd had beaten Chelsea to become European Champions for the third time. Ronaldo scored the Red Devils' only goal on that incredible night in Moscow, rising above the Chelsea defence to power home a header.He is currently the number one player in the world and has enjoyed an incredible 12 months, winning the Premiership, Champions League and Club World Cup. On an individual level he was voted the FIFA World Player Of the Year and became the first Man Utd player to win the prestigious Ballon d'Or since George Best in 1968.The photo is 16 by 12 inches and comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Ronaldo signing. It is very rare that Ronaldo agrees to a private signing and only does so because of his long relationship with Icons. There is no guarantee he will do signings in the future so we urge you to snap up this highly collectable piece of sports memorabilia right now.For information on our UK, US and international delivery terms go to Why buy from Icons - Delivery
Bryan Robson was England and Manchester United's Captain Marvel, an unparallelled combination of skill and passion, and for many years the country's only truly world-class player.He played 90 times for his country, scoring 26 goals, and would surely have added to both tallies had his uncompromising game not caused him several serious injuries.This superb image is 16 by 12 inches in size and shows Robson lining up before England's game against Denmark in June 1989.The print comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Robson signing in Minehead, England on May 3, 2009. Only ten of these photos were signed, making this a highly collectable items of sports memorabilia for any England fan.
Bryan Robson was England Captain Marvel, an unparallelled combination of skill and passion, and for many years the country's only truly world-class player. After leaving Manchester United he became an inspirational player-manager for Middlesbrough.This superb image is 16 by 12 inches in size and shows Robson, with club captain Nigel Pearson, holding the 1994-95 first division trophy aloft after earning promotion to the Premiership.The print comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Robson signing. Only ten of these photos were signed, making this a highly collectable items of sports memorabilia for any Boro fan.
No sportsman has ever had such an effect on the world as Muhammad Ali. He was the greatest boxer of all time and yet that only tells part of the story. His influence extended beyond sport to the worlds of politics and civil rights. At a pivotal point in the history of the United States, Ali was an icon to millions across the world.This image shows Muhammad Ali's fight with Doug Jones at Madison Square Garden in 1963. A disputed ten-rounder, it was regarded as the 'Fight of the Year', such was the ferocity with which it was contested. It was an important step on the then Cassius Clay's progress to a world title fight with Sonny Liston.This is a truly remarkable piece of sports memorabilia, from the greatest boxer, if not sportsman, that the world has ever known. It is 16 by 20 inches in size.
This superb print was personally signed by Glasgow Rangers striker Nacho Novo on May 29, 2009 in East Kilbride in a closed signing session. It shows Nacho celebrating after Rangers clinched the 2009 Scottish Premiership on May 24, to finally end their wait for the coveted trophy.Rangers needed a victory over Dundee United on the final day of the season to end Celtic's quest for a fourth successive title. They achieved it in style, with goals from Kyle Lafferty, Pedro Mendes and Kris Boyd wrapping up a 3-0 demolition job.This is a superb piece of football memorabilia, commemorating a memorable day for all Rangers fans. The white borders you see in the signing image have been trimmed; the photograph is now 14.5 inches by 12 inches in size.
This photograph shows Pepe Reina celebrating during Spain's Euro 2008 victory over Greece. The Spaniards beat the defending champions 2-1 and went on to lift the trophy themselves.The photograph is 16" x 12" in size and was personally signed by Reina at an exclusive signing session organised and carried out by Icons with Reina in Liverpool on August 7, 2009.The photograph is one of only 30 that were signed by Reina and comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Reina signing the photograph.
Cesc Fabregas was an integral part of Spain's victorious Euro 2008 side that beat Germany 1-0 in the final in Vienna, Austria. This photo of Cesc lifting the trophy was personally signed by Cesc in an exclusive signing session organised and carried out by Icons with the Arsenal and Spain midfielder in London on September 24, 2009.The photo is one of a limited number that were signed by Fabregas and so are an extremely rare piece of football memorabilia.For your peace of mind and to protect your investment, the photo comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Fabregas signing the photos.For information on our Uk, Us and nternational delivery terms go to Why buy from Icons - Delivery
This superb photograph shows Ricky Villa's Wembley wonder strike that won the 1981 FA Cup final replay for Tottenham Hotspur's against Manchester City. It has been personally signed by the Argentinian forward himself.The first match ended 1-1 after Manchester City's Tommy Hutchinson has scored at both ends, setting up a replay four days later. Villa opened the scoring in the eighth minute, before goals from Mackenzie and Reeves put City 2-1 ahead. A strike from Garth Crooks brought the sides level with 20 minutes to go and it looked likely that the tie would again go to extra time.But with 14 minutes left on the clock, Villa picked up the ball inside City's half, jinked past three defenders and slotted the ball home. It was an incredible strike and meant Spurs won the game 3-2. It was also justly voted the Wembley goal of the century in 2001.John Motson's commentary of the strike still sends a shiver down the spine of Spurs fans even today: "Villa. And still Ricky Villa. What a fantastic run, he scores; amazing goal!"The photo is 19 inches by 13.5 inches and comes with a certificate of authenticity to guarantee your purchase and protect your investment.
This photograph shows Steven Gerrard liftingh the 2005 Champions League trophy after his inspirational performance propelled Liverpool to victory over AC Milan in Istanbul.In one of the greatest football comebacks of all time, Steven Gerrard inspired his Liverpool team to overcome AC Milan's 3-0 half-time lead and bring the European Cup back to Merseyside for the fifth time.The photograph is 16inches by 12 inches in size and is one of a limited number that were signed by Gerrard on November 11, 2010 in Formby. The photograph comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Gerrard signing the photograph.