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Hard Times

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Hard Times

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

from £18.00

A combination retro book cover print between Charles Dickov and The Blue Army. Published by Blue Moon Books.

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When Charles Dickens wrote this in 1854 little did he know he would be describing what it would be like supporting Manchester City in the 1990’s.

Relegations, an endless stream of managers and poor buys summed up City.

This retro A3 print celebrates all those that were part of the Sky Blue Army at the time.

Written by ex City player Charles Dickov, his name is shown clearly on the front of the print.

This is a fine art print designed as a retro book print from the 1930’s and is coloured in City’s famous sky blue.

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

For A4, the print comes on 350 gsm card and is posted in a C4 cardboard backed envelope. Again this looks good in a frame.

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

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A2 Print, A3 Print

1 review for Hard Times

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Purchased this for myself to hang in the hallway as I attended a lot of City matches then. The colours are really attractive and bright and is printed on good quality paper. Well designed and an attractive piece of design.

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