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The Sign of The Arsenal Back Four


The Sign of The Arsenal Back Four

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A retro classic book design based on Arsenal and Conan Doyle’s, “The Sign of Four.”


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When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the “Sign of Four” in 1890 little did he know that a famous French descendant Sir Arsene Conan Doyle would write a similar script 100 years later but this time for the Gooners.

This print celebrates Sir Arsene`s work over the last decades in a retro style classic book cover.

Published by Gunners Books this would look excellent in a frame and equally good pinned to the wall.

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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