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Wheelbarrow Magpies Notts County Pride of Nottingham print

£15.00
3 in stock (0 reviews)

"One for sorrow, two for joy", the old adage goes when referring to the noble magpie, one of the most recognisable and iconic birds of Britain.

As well as being a symbol of the British countryside, the magpie is also synonimous with Notts County, itself a noble club boasting rich tradition and a fixture in the Football League.

Another icon specific to Notts is the broken wheelbarrow, a quirky and whimsical item borne out of the Black and White Army changing the words of "On Top Of Old Smokey" as sang by the deep Shropshire-accented Shrewsbury Town fans back in 1990.

Show your support for Notts with this iconic and exclusive print showcasing two of the club's most recognisable symbols, the two magpies and the broken wheelbarrow.

A wonderful, unique piece of football memorabilia, this print makes an ideal gift for friends and family.

Product size: A3 print (420 x 297mm)

All artwork is printed with high quality Epson inks on 300gsm acid free premium paper stock and shipped in protective packaging.

We offer free shipping for all United Kingdom orders via courier. Please allow 3-7 working days for delivery.

Please note: We do not deliver outside of UK/Mainland. Frame not included.


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