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Paul Fraser Collectibles

Steve Redgrave signed London 2012 Olympic torchbearer's jersey

£495.00

Steve Redgrave signed London 2012 Olympic torchbearer's jersey

PT1245

£495.00

  • A London 2012 Olympic Games torchbearer’s jersey 
  • Signed by former Team GB rowing champion Steve Redgrave 

In 2012, London became the first city to host the modern Olympic Games three times – having previously hosted in 1908 and 1948. The spectacular event featured more than 10,000 athletes from 204 nations, with new world records set in archery, swimming and weightlifting. It’s also remembered for the inventive opening ceremony overseen by director Danny Boyle and featuring iconic Britons like Queen Elizabeth II, Daniel Craig and Dizzee Rascal. 

A London 2012 Olympic Games torchbearer’s jersey bearing a large signature from former Olympic rowing champion Steve Redgrave in black pen.  

Redgrave carried the torch during the Opening Ceremony, but we can't be certain this is the same jersey he wore then. 

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