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Jigsaw Puzzle : Sebastian Coe MP awarded the MBE for services to sport Dbase

Sebastian Coe MP awarded the MBE for services to sport Dbase


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Sebastian Coe MP awarded the MBE for services to sport Dbase

Sebastian Coe MP awarded the MBE for services to sport

United Kingdom

Media ID 21561681

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Award Ceremonies Seb Coe 1982

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Discover the thrill of piecing together history with our Media Storehouse jigsaw puzzle featuring Sebastian Coe MP receiving his MBE award from an unknown presenter. This captivating puzzle, brought to you by Memory Lane Prints, offers a unique look into the world of sports and politics. Immerse yourself in the intricate details of the image and relive the moment Sebastian Coe was recognized for his services to sport. Engage your mind, challenge your problem-solving skills, and create a beautiful keepsake to display once completed.

1000 piece puzzles are custom made in Australia and hand-finished on 100% recycled 1.6mm thick laminated puzzle boards. There is a level of repetition in jigsaw shapes with each matching piece away from its pair. The completed puzzle measures 76x50cm and is delivered packaged in an attractive presentation box specially designed to fit most mail slots with a unique magnetic lid

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Estimated Product Size is 50.2cm x 76cm (19.8" x 29.9")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.

In this print from Memory Lane Prints, we are transported back to the 1980s, a decade filled with remarkable achievements in the world of sports. The image captures an iconic moment as Sebastian Coe MP is awarded the MBE for his outstanding contributions to sport. Sebastian Coe's passion and dedication towards athletics shines through his charismatic smile as he stands tall on the stage during an award ceremony. This recognition not only celebrates his individual accomplishments but also acknowledges his invaluable services to sport as a whole. The photograph beautifully encapsulates the essence of that era - a time when athletes like Seb Coe inspired millions around the globe with their incredible feats and unwavering determination. As one gazes upon this historic snapshot, it serves as a powerful reminder of how sports can unite people, transcend boundaries, and ignite dreams within individuals. Although credited to "Unknown" there is no denying that this print holds immense historical significance. It immortalizes a pivotal moment in Sebastian Coe's life while simultaneously representing an entire generation's love affair with athleticism. Whether you were witness to those exhilarating times or simply appreciate sporting legends who have left indelible marks on history, this evocative image will undoubtedly stir emotions and spark conversations about perseverance, excellence, and the power of human achievement.

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Sebastian Coe MP with his parents Peter and Angela 10 December 1979
Sebastian Coe MP with his parents Peter and Angela 10 December 1979