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A brightly coloured retro book cover print paying homage to Orwell and Liverpool FC.


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When George Orwell wrote this in 1949, little did he know he was also predicting a year when Liverpool would dominate English and European football.

This A3 print is classically designed in a retro book style and would provide an ideal present for any Liverpool supporter.

Listing the trophies Liverpool won that season as part of that momentous year, it also recognizes Joe Fagan`s contribution as co author.

Please note that all watermarks, paper clips and clipped areas are removed from the posted print.

A3, the print comes on 250gsm paper and posted in a tube this print is ideal for framing which really enhances the colours of the print. Alternatively it looks great just pinned on the wall.

Priced at £18 this includes postage to anywhere in the world.


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