Hailed as one of the greatest Old Firm performances in Rangers history, the top flight encounter with bitter rivals Celtic in 1988 lives long in the memory of every fan. Considered by many as a close contest before kick off, Rangers put on a masterclass & went on to win 5-1 on the day.
This print, featuring all the legendary players involved, is the perfect way to celebrate this historic achievement either for yourself or as a very special gift for someone.
Each kit featured is represented by one of our very own digitally illustrated classic jerseys, exclusive to Good Team on Paper.
A4 Unframed Print - 21cm x 30cm
A3 Unframed Print - 30cm x 42cm
A4 Black Framed Print - 31cm x 38.5cm (UK Only)
A4 White Framed Print - 31cm x 38.5cm (UK Only)
A3 Black Framed Print - 40cm x 50cm (UK Only)
A3 White Framed Print - 40cm x 50cm (UK Only)
Printed to order, on premium quality 290gsm pearl paper stock.
Frames come with ivory mount & clear perspex front protection.
Please note: We unfortunately cannot ship framed prints outside of the UK, for overseas orders please choose one of the unframed options.
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For UK orders please allow 3-5 working days for your product to arrive. Need it quicker? Express shipping is also available.
Not in the UK? Good news! We ship worldwide, our delivery prices and times are shown at checkout.
Please note, to provide added protection for overseas orders our packaging differs from the image shown. The buyer is also responsible for any import taxes and/or customs charges imposed by their country, if applicable.
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