Faema Cycling Print by Gareth Llewhellin
Detail of the Jersey Eddy Merckx wore when he won both the Giro and Tour de France in 1970
Title - Merckx Giro/Tour Faema 1970 Double
Artist - Gareth Llewhellin
Technique/Medium - Giclee
Printed on - 300gsm heavyweight archival 100% cotton based paper. Textured surface and acid free
Special Features - Signed and editioned by Gareth. Limited edition of 100
Size - A3 297 x 420 mm- designed to fit A3 frames
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