Notre Dame Fighting Irish Newspaper Book

$79.99

The Notre Dame Victory March should be played as your read the history of their football triumphs.

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This history of Notre Dame college football begins in 1925 with their 27-10 victory over Stanford and goes on to collect the triumphs of the team over the years, right up until the end of last season. Including fantastic moments such as thrashing Pittsburgh 58-0 in the 1944 season opener, defeating their Air Force rivals 48-15 in ’73, and shaming the Navy with a 38-0 score in 1991. Reproduced to near full tabloid newspaper size it is bound in luxury tan leatherette, gold embossed, hardback cover. The recipient’s name will be added to the cover in gold foil, and further personalization can be added by including a message from you on the title page.

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SKU062208010100
Packed Weight (lbs)3.902
Packed Dimensions (in)19.7 x 13.2 x 1.6 in
Product Dimensions12 × 15 in 47 lbs
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BarcodeISBN 978-1-80029-157-7
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RRP$79.99
Lead Time3-5 Days
TaxExempt
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