Guess Who 87 FA Cup Box Frame Complete Print & Game Edition.

FA Cup 87 Guess Who Art Box Frame Complete Game Set.
Limited to just 87 this is the pinnacle of the series.

Comes with 3 x LIMITED EDITION PRINTS (plus exclusive numbered Rule Sheet)

2 x SOURCED VINTAGE ORIGINAL FLIP CARD GAME SET BASES FROM AN 80’s GUESS WHO GAME.

The included Game comes with FA Cup 1987 game cards set & ready to play so no need to destroy the prints.

1 x BOX PICTURE FRAME – All this is packaged neatly inside a box frame ready for you to hang or play. This is a great talking piece! (white or black frame)

Print #1 – A remake of the classic Guess Who box but with the twist of the golden FA Cup still talked about today as one of the best cup games. “Is it Houchen?”

Print #2 – Shows all the FA Cup 87 cards that you would choose in a game of Guess Who.

Print #3 Shows all the individual cards that would have been placed in the flip boards of a vintage game.

Vintage 80’s Guess Who Blue Flip Card Base replaced with Blue FA Cup 87 Cards.

Vintage 80’s Guess Who Red Flip Card Base replaced with Red FA Cup 87 Flip Cards.

Original Game Pegs & FA Cup 87 Choose Cards enclosed.

Strictly limited to 87, each Ltd Edition Print comes embossed & signed by artist. Each set will be unique.

What comes inside the Box Frame.

Artist Proof Box set still available and could be sent out randomly to one customer. Note: Signed as artist proof

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You can also buy these prints separately if only want one design or would prefer to cut up and make the game yourself.

DESIGN ALSO AVAILABLE ON OTHER MERCH

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