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GRIFFIN PARK SKYLINE CANVAS

GRIFFIN PARK SKYLINE CANVAS

Our exclusive series of large canvas prints now features this stunning photograph of Griffin Park in all its glory and are the perfect gift for any Brentford Football Club fan, or a present to yourself, to mark the final season at our proud old stadium.

The iconic 1960s photo was taken from the very top of the floodlights, showing a packed Brook Road end during an evening match, with a cracking view of west London in the background.

Limited to a run of 25, these first-rate 90cm x 60cm high quality canvases come stretched over a hand-crafted XL 4cm wooden frames.

CLICK HERE TO BUY YOURS

The price includes tracked courier delivery to your home address in the UK.

Overseas delivery cost on application.

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