Gordon Banks signed photograph
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Rare Gordon Banks signed photograph

Gordon Banks Signed Photograph
Gordon Banks Signed Photograph Front
Gordon Banks Signed Photograph Signature Close Up
Gordon Banks Signed Photograph Back

Rare Gordon Banks signed photograph

The setting: the 1970 World Cup Finals. Guadalajara, Mexico.  The game:  England v Brazil.  With no goals scored, England are suddenly pushed onto the defensive as Jairzinho dashes to the by-line before delivering a high cross met by the head of Pele.  The “Black Pearl” must score, his powerful header thumping down towards the corner of England’s goal, but then – as if from nowhere – a hand reaches out to turn the ball away.  The hand belongs to Gordon Banks, that incredible save to the annals of footballing history. 

And now, available in large 10’ x 8’ format, you can own one of the VERY LAST REMAINING hand-signed photographs, personally autographed by Gordon Banks himself.

This autographed photo is exclusive to The Westminster Collection and is a one-off release of our final archive stocks. 

On the back of your photograph you will also find a biography of the career and footballing statistics from Banks’ career – including mention of that save against Pele

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Specifications

  • Size: 10" x 8"
  • Signature: Gordon Banks

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.