Birmingham City 1976 shirtYour Birmingham City 1976 football shirt is quality assured and guaranteedBuilt with short sleeves, an open collar and the Blues embroidered badge, this Birmingham City 1976 Shirt is the ideal choice fro a fan.Benefits of this Birmingham City 1976 ShirtShort sleevesOpen CollarBlues Embroidered BadgeCotton pique fabricMachine washable100% COTTONBirmingham City 1976
Kirkpatrick black antique gothic style letters. Letters measure 45mm and are available from A to Z. Kirkpatrick have produced a traditional ironwork collection that will add authentic style and beauty to any home. Supplied complete with fixings.
Get one of the most iconic shirts of all time in this mens Official Wales Home 1976 Shirt. In the traditional red colourway this shirt features the number 10 printed on the back, the number of the one and only John Toshack. In 1976 the Welsh national team who were managed by Mike Smith made the final 8 of the European Championships, therefore marking a fantastic era of The Dragons history..
Have you been a geek from birth? Time to show it off in these uniquely designed t-shirts! Customisable to any year you want, these geeky tees are made from 100% soft cotton, with a crew neck and short sleeves. Let the world know how long youve been a geek! Features: T-Shirts are made from pre-shrunk 100% Cotton (Grey 90% Cotton 10% Polyester). Ethically Sourced. If you prefer a baggy fit,
This photograph was taken at the 1976 South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami in Gauteng. The race was won by Austrian driver Niki Lauda in a Ferrari 312T. The win was Laudas third win in succession. He finished 1.3 seconds ahead of British driver and Laudas season long rival James Hunt in a McLaren M23-Ford. Hunts McLaren team mate, West German driver Jochen Mass finished third. In this shot the
David Lynchs 1977 debut feature, ERASERHEAD, is both a lasting cult sensation and a work of extraordinary craft and beauty. With its mesmerizing black-and-white photography by Frederick Elmes, evocative sound design and unforgettably enigmatic performance by Jack Nance, this visionary nocturnal odyssey remains one of American cinemas darkest dreams.
Phaidon Oh So Pretty: Punk in Print 1976-1980 by Toby Mott and Rick Poynor is a stunning visual depiction of Britains Punk culture. The story of the music phenomenon is told through the authors previously unseen archive of gig posters, flyers and badges to offer a unique view of the periods music, history and art. Features: Oh So Pretty: Punk in Print 1976-1980 Authors: Toby Mott and Rick