- Personally Hand signed by Dragons Greats – Graeme Langlands, Reg Gasnier, John Raper & Norm Provan
- Limited Edition of only 50 Worldwide
- Accompanied by an official Certificate of Authenticity
- Features the signatures signed on a Dragons Red V jersey swatch & career details of each player.
- Professionally Framed and a very unique piece of St George Dragons Memorabilia
- Approx Framed size of 1000mm x 700mm
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The late Reg Gasnier was known to all as “Puff the Magic Dragon” for his sheer genius on the field. He played centre for the St. George Dragons from 1959 to 1967 and represented Australia in a then-record 36 Tests and three World Cup games. He was the Captain of the national side on eight occasions between 1962–67. Reg Gasnier was included on the National Rugby League’s list of 100 greatest players and the honorary Team of the Century. He is a member of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame and Australian Rugby League Hall of Fame. He also was awarded the Order of Australia.
Johnny Raper, MBE (born 12 April 1939 in Sydney, New South Wales) is a legendary former rugby league footballer and coach. He was a lock-forward for the Australia national team. He had a record 33 test caps between 1959 and 1968 and played in 6 World Cup games between 1960 to 1968. Raper captained Australia on 8 occasions in 1967–68 and played in eight consecutive NSWRFL grand final victories for the St. George Dragons club. He has since been named as one of the nation’s finest footballers of the 20th century.
Johnny Raper is one of rugby league’s Immortals.
Norm “Sticks” Provan remains a giant of a man. He was a second-row forward with the St. George Dragons during their 11-year consecutive premiership-winning run from 1956 to 1966. Named amongst the nation’s finest footballers of the 20th century, he was a representative in the Australian national team from 1954 to 1960 earning 14 Test and 2 World Cup caps.
In 1963, Norm Provan and Arthur Summons were immortalised one of the most memorable sporting images ever captured in Australia, John O’Gready’s award winning photo ‘The Gladiators’ which later became the model for the NSWRL premiership Winfield Cup trophies from 1982 to 1995 and the NRL trophy since 1998.
The late Graeme “Changa” Langlands retired as the most-capped player for the Australian national team with 45 international appearances from 1963 to 1975, and captained his country in 15 Test matches and World Cup games. Langlands was the full-back and goal-kicker for the St. George Dragons in the latter half of their 11 year consecutive premiership-winning run from 1956 to 1966. Fundamentally taciturn and introspective he was not given to pre or post-match speeches as captain but demonstrated an uncompromising leadership style via his will-to-win and a preparedness to be mean and ruthless if required.
He was a graceful, balanced runner of the ball, long-striding and fast. His trademark sidestep off either foot has become legendary in the Australian game. He would almost undetectably feint one way then make a 2m leap the other way at full speed taking him diagonally through a gap and into the clear.