Manchester United 2009/10 Squad Hand Signed Ball Football MUFC COA. Official Manchester United football hand-signed by members of the 2009/10 Football League Cup winning squad. This amazing piece of sporting memorabilia comes in an acrylic display case with a certificate of authenticity issued by Manchester United Football Club, an autograph identification sheet, a letter from the Manchester United Foundation, and'The Little Book of Manchester United'. Hand Signed by Manchester United 2009/10 squad. Certificate Of Authenticity issued by Manchester United F.Size 5 Ball in Acrylic display case. British Sports Museum has become a world-renowned distributor of authentic signed memorabilia, Founded in 2009, British Sports Museum was formed by Gary Taylor one of the founder members of the Barmy Army from his previous business One Stop Cricket shop which acted as the official webshop to the Barmy Army. Through many years of working and socialising with many sporting celebrities, BSM has built up an extensive network within the sporting industry. All items of memorabilia are sent and dispatched with our preferred courier partners DHL international in securely packed double walled cardboard boxes. In rare circumstances we may have to use an alternative courier.
AFTAL Online COA unique identification number. Hologram seal A security hologram to prevent duplication.This seal shimmers and animates when tilted and has been incorporated in every Certificate of Authenticity since 2021. Most COA's that are attached to fakes will not have the contact details of the company that issues it, why?
Why is this important that the company number is on the certificate? The company number gives you access to the history of the company the directors and how to contact them, so should the contact details change you can still trace the new company owner or old directors.AFTAL registration number This is British Sports Museum? Should you ever suspect a piece of memorabilia is counterfeit, you should always contact AFTAL who will be able to advise you on how to contact Trading Standards and the Police. You can contact AFTAL and check dealers?