Retro RFC artwork

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Retro RFC artwork

by hughsies no.1 » 23 Aug 2020 17:01

Wonder if anyone can assist, looking to add some Reading FC retro artwork to my house.

Anyone know of anywhere to do this? Thinking of Cureton celebration at Brentford or some other classic moments like that, only place i could find is > https://art-of-football.com/collections/reading

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Re: Retro RFC artwork

by secks » 23 Aug 2020 20:28

hughsies no.1 Wonder if anyone can assist, looking to add some Reading FC retro artwork to my house.

Anyone know of anywhere to do this? Thinking of Cureton celebration at Brentford or some other classic moments like that, only place i could find is > https://art-of-football.com/collections/reading


Always liked the stuff here https://www.hallydesigns.com/collections/reading

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Re: Retro RFC artwork

by Hendo » 23 Aug 2020 20:55

secks
hughsies no.1 Wonder if anyone can assist, looking to add some Reading FC retro artwork to my house.

Anyone know of anywhere to do this? Thinking of Cureton celebration at Brentford or some other classic moments like that, only place i could find is > https://art-of-football.com/collections/reading


Always liked the stuff here https://www.hallydesigns.com/collections/reading


+1, ordered from there a couple of times and really good stuff.

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Re: Retro RFC artwork

by hughsies no.1 » 24 Aug 2020 10:17

secks
hughsies no.1 Wonder if anyone can assist, looking to add some Reading FC retro artwork to my house.

Anyone know of anywhere to do this? Thinking of Cureton celebration at Brentford or some other classic moments like that, only place i could find is > https://art-of-football.com/collections/reading


Always liked the stuff here https://www.hallydesigns.com/collections/reading


Great, cheers for this!

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Re: Retro RFC artwork

by Green » 09 Sep 2020 22:13



Not sure I get the reference here, why a bear?


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Re: Retro RFC artwork

by Sutekh » 10 Sep 2020 13:14

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Not sure I get the reference here, why a bear?


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Re: Retro RFC artwork

by Forbury Lion » 17 Sep 2020 08:42

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Not sure I get the reference here, why a bear?
In the days before Kingsley Royal and animal cruelty being recognised as a thing, The players used to come out onto the pitch lead by Biscuit the Bear and his handler.
Probably the only instance of a bear being red carded was a home game against Gillingham where Biscuit took an unexplainable exception to one of the opposition players and took a swipe at his leg, from that day on his days were numbered as he was getting on a bit.
Initially after Biscuits retirement to Windsor Safari park (now Legoland) there were plans to have a bear mascot costume but I guess someone has a lion costume available on the cheap so Kingsley Royal was born.

edit - I do also recall a game of half time play your cards right with Biscuit selecting higher or lower with his paws.... clearly his trainer giving instructions.

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