Cincinnati Bengals Newspaper Book

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The Bengals’ successes from 1967 to the present compiled in this newspaper history.

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Capture the history and greatest moments of the Cincinnati Bengals through Washington Post newspaper articles written at the time. The book opens in May 1967, with reports of Paul Brown founding Cincinnati’s new franchise, and continues with highlights and match reports that go up to the present day. This 140+ page coffee table-sized book is the perfect gift for any Bengals fan, who will love seeing their name embossed on the leatherette cover. There is also an option to add a personal message on the title page. Add a gift box to make this a truly special keepsake souvenir.

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SKU060535000000
Packed Weight (lbs)3.219
Packed Dimensions (in)20 x 13 x 2
Product Dimensions12 × 15 in 47 lbs
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BarcodeISBN 978-1-80029-621-3
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RRP$79.99
Lead Time4-5 Days
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