Personalised Rugby World Cup Newspaper Book
With over 170 pages of rugby articles this Personalised Rugby World Cup Newspaper Book is a must have read. The first Rugby World Cup in 1987 was won by hosts New Zealand. The southern hemisphere continued to dominate the tournament until 2003 when England beat Australia in their own back yard. It was a momentous win and the action highlights are featured in this account of all Rugby World Cups, right up to 2015, when the All Blacks powered past Australia to reclaim the crown.
This fantastic book has been independently compiled and researched by our archive team, and is produced using original national newspapers which were posted by reporters and photographers, who were watching the action as it happened. Any articles originally printed in full colour from 2006 on-wards will be displayed as such.
The book is carefully bound in a black leather cover which is then embossed with any 22 character name, at no extra charge to you! Inside the book contains space on the opening page for you to add a personal message over 5 lines, using 30 characters per line. There’s also a gift box option on this book for an additional £5, saving you the wrapping time!
Full of world cup action it’s a great personalised gift for him on any occasion, and will show the detail put in to finding a great present.
A brilliant milestone Birthday present for him, and if you’re wondering what to get your husband for a Wedding Anniversary gift then this book is superb if he loves this great sport.
310 x 380 x 12mm
Points To Note:
Double check your spelling and punctuation please, we cannot be held responsible for your mistakes. Thank you.
Personalised products are made especially for you and are therefore non-refundable, unless the item is faulty.
Please do not include accents and special symbols in your personalisation as some of our processes will not allow them. This includes accents above and below the alphabetical or numerical text.
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