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Florida State Seminoles (FSU) 2013 National Football Champions Sports Propaganda Screen Print Ticket Frame
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    • NOT eligible for XMAS delivery. This is a manufacturer's direct item and will ship on or before Friday, January 4th.
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Florida State Seminoles (FSU) 2013 National Football Champions Sports Propaganda Screen Print Ticket Frame

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Special event items are produced by manufacturers only after the outcome of a game or event. These are advanced sale items and will ship immediately after they are received in our warehouse.
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Customized items can be personalized with options such as your name, your favorite number, and/or designs. Some options may be limited by league rules.

Your Price: $119.99

  • Details
    • Includes easy-to-follow instructions for adding your ticket
    • High-grade metal frame for a boardroom-quality presentation
    • Double matted using white-core mat board
    • Overall size: 18" x 16"
    • Made in the USA
    • Officially licensed collegiate product
    • Brand: That's My Ticket
  • Description

    Capture the memory of witnessing the Florida State Seminoles capture the 2013 National Football Championship by combining your ticket with this unique Sports Propaganda handmade screen print. Limited edition of 500, each handmade print is signed by artist Chris Speakman and individually numbered on 100% cotton, archival Stonehenge brand paper, and professionally framed. It features a place holder for your BCS Championship ticket. Ticket not included.

    About the artist: A lifelong lover of sports as well as a passion for history drove Chris Speakman to create "Sports Propaganda" limited edition prints. Conceptually inspired by the various war-like rivalries around sports as well as propaganda art from the 1940's, Chris's goal is to recruit fans to support their favorite team. Chris's work has been featured in the Boston Sunday Globe, and on CBS-Boston TV.