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Los Angeles Highland Mint 2020 Dual Champions 13'' x 16'' Bronze Coin Photo Mint

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  • THIS IS A MANUFACTURER DIRECT ITEM. THIS ITEM SHIPS ON OR BEFORE Wednesday, January 27th.
Details
  • Product ID: 4129722
  • Material: 100% Metal – Coin; 100% Paper – Photo; 100% Wood – Frame; 100% Mat Board – Backing
  • The 7'' x 12'' photo features the 2020 World Series Champions Dodgers and the 2020 NBA Champions Lakers
  • The Dodgers coin features a domed baseball with their Champions logo embedded in the center and the Lakers coins is minted with a domed basketball with their Champions logo in the center
  • Limited Edition of only 2020
  • Matted under glass features an exclusively designed photo and minted coins
  • All the key players from each team are collaged around the respective prestigious trophy they just captured
  • The  frame includes two 39mm minted bronze Champions coins
  • Frame measures approximately 13'' x 16''
  • A certificate is matted between the two very unique coins
  • Officially licensed
  • Made in the USA
  • Brand: Highland Mint
Description
Los Angeles is for winners. Both the Dodgers and the Lakers overcame each and every obstacle in this unprecedented season, making this year in LA sports history one worth honoring for years to come. Celebrate the reign of the 2020 World Series Champions and the 2020 NBA Finals Champions with this Highland Mint 13'' x 16'' Bronze Coin Photo Mint. It features exclusive graphics to show off your excitement for the city of Los Angeles and commemorate this unforgettable moment in LA history.