Personalized Philadelphia Eagles History Book - Gift Details
Relive the Eagles’ most memorable moments with this Washington Post Newspaper Book, featuring reprints of reports written at the time.
Look inside the contents page.
This newspaper book on the Philadelphia Eagles starts in October 1937 with the Eagles’ 14-0 win over the Redskins, before fast-forwarding into the 1940s with coverage that includes the team’s first NFL Championship in 1948, when Steve Van Buren scored to secure a narrow win in the snow. The same success one year later also features.
Thereafter, the team’s biggest successes all appear, thus creating a fantastic reportage history for any diehard Eagles’ fan. Included in this is plenty of coverage of the team’s third NFL Championship in 1960, in which a touchdown from Tommy McDonald helped them beat the Green Bay Packers 17-13.
More recent stand-out moments also feature, including four consecutive NFC East championships between 2001 and 2004, the latter of which also saw the team progress to Super Bowl XXXIX where they lost to the Patriots, 24-21. 2009’s memorable 23-11 win over the then Super Bowl champions, the Giants, is also in there, as well as coverage of a huge 28-point victory over the same opponents in 2010.
As for the book itself, it measures in at an impressive 12.5 x 15 inches, bound in a burnt sienna cover. Made with an antique-style finish, the cover beautifully contrasts the book’s originally reported black and white content, for the ultimate Philadelphia Eagles memorabilia.
Your Philadelphia Eagles Book Personalized
Personalize your Philadelphia Eagles Book by adding the recipient’s Name up to 22 characters, gold-embossed for free on the cover and a Message up to 150 characters on the certificate of the title page.
Your Personalized Philadelphia Eagles Book is a collection of vast reports created by the Washington Post archive. Reproduced to an impressive tabloid 12.5 x 15” collectable, your text will be printed exactly as you have entered it, so please double check spelling, punctuation and capitalization. Accents and other symbols cannot be printed.