FA Cup 1931 Print

New from LegendsFC.com comes a superb limited edition print of Albion's Cup winning squad

OK, so not many of our readers will be able to remember the days of the 1931 FA Cup, in which Albion beat Birmingham 2-1 and became the first team to achieve a Cup victory and promotion to the top division in the same season. But that's really no excuse for not taking a look at a magnificent new limited edition print from LegendsFC.com in which the team proudly show off the trophy just before heading home.

Of course, those were the days before luxury air-conditioned team coaches and police escorts out of town - in those days they got on the train with the rest of us. The photo shows them standing on the station platform, with the steam engine and clouds of water vapour in the background giving it a wonderfully atmospheric feeling.

The paper and print quality is superb, it measures A2 in size (594?x?420?mm, or roughly 23.4?x?16.5?inches) and would look magnificent framed in any Albion fans house. It's a limited run of 500 copies, and it's even packed beautifully, in a stiff silver cardboard tube, wrapped in tissue paper and secured with a ribbon. In the unlikely event that you get hold of one and don't like it, LegendsFC.com operate a full-refund policy.

At ?15 we think it's a bargain - postage is ?2.95 for the UK and ?4.95 for the rest of the world. To see more information and place an order just click on the image above or one of the LegendsFC.com links.

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