- Pays tribute to 2017 Brownlow Medallist and Tigers superstar, Dustin Martin
- Features a replica Brownlow Medal and insights from each of Martin’s vote-getting matches in 2017
- Personally signed by Martin
- Each edition includes a replica Brownlow Medal and piece of Martin’s 2017 match-worn guernsey integrated into the display
- Exclusive signing session presided over by the AFL Players’ Association to protect your investment, in the assurance that you’re purchasing legitimate signed memorabilia commissioned with the express endorsement of the AFL and Dustin Martin
- Limited to 444 editions worldwide
- Presented in a deluxe timber frame, made from high-quality timber sourced from FSC-accredited suppliers
- Approximate framed dimensions are an impressive 990 x 590 mm
- Accompanied by an individually numbered AFL & AFLPA-endorsed Certificate of Authenticity
- Buying Official Memorabilia supports your club and the sport and above all is a trusted Authentic Investment for your collection!
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It was only fitting that Martin put the exclamation mark on a stunning season with the game’s highest individual honour, the Brownlow Medal, becoming just the sixth Tiger to take home Charlie. Martin, once viewed by many as a knockabout lad from Castlemaine with boundless potential, transformed that into a brutal reality that was, simply, too much for essentially every opponent. He was too strong for their midfields, too agile for their backlines and, above all, too strong for just about everyone in the league in one of the most physically superior seasons in living memory. It’s not often that a season can be so universally respected by all supporters, but there can be no doubt Martin’s catalogue of astonishing footy in 2017 is one for the ages.