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Carlton and AFL Legend John Nicholls
Limited edition of 6 - Individually signed by AFL Hall of Fame Legends John Nicholls and Ron Barassi and Carlton Legend Sergio Silvagni.
Featuring rare photos of John Nicholls including, battling the great Graham "Polly" Farmer, being chaired off the ground after winning the 1972 Grand Final, Captain Coach Ron Barassi being helped from the ground by John Nicholls and The Carlton team being introduced to Prince Charles at the Oval, London in 1972.
CARLTON FOOTBALL CLUB
Club Best & Fairest : 5 Times / Premiership Player & Premiership Captain Coach
Carlton Team of the Century / AFL Team of the Century / Australian Football League Hall of Fame
Declared Carlton's Greatest Player / Vic Representative : 31 Times
The 3 x Black & White Photos Featured above ( Left to Right )
A. Captain Coach Nicholls chaired off the ground after winning 1972 Grand Final.
B. Nicholls helps Captain Coach Barassi off the ground after beating Collingwood in 1965 at Victoria Park.
C. Nicholls introduces Prince Charles to Carlton players at the Oval, London in 1972.
( Personally signed by : John Nicholls, Serge Silvagni & Ron Barassi )
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