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Serve for Victory Framed Tennis Print Poster
Winston Churchill was so serious about dishing out coaching advice to fledgling tennis players during the Second World War that he even ditches his trademark cigar to get his plucky message across.

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Poster Wall Decal Mounted Print Canvas Art Framed Print
11" x 16" $9 $12 $20 $64 $69
16" x 24" $12 $16 $28 $89 $89

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Serve for Victory Framed Tennis Print Poster

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