The ICC is giving cricket fans across the world the opportunity to bid for an official piece of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 history in the form of the match-used coins from each of the 49 matches during the prestigious tournament which is being co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand.
SE Products, as the ICC’s memorabilia and collectables licencee, released a similar programme for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 with great success. Fans relished the chance to bid for the official coin used in the matchday coin toss and SE Products is looking forward to making more official memorabilia available for the upcoming event.
Limited edition coins have been specially produced for the ICC CWC 2015 tournament. Each and every coin includes the specific dates used from the official match.
In a first for cricket fans worldwide, the official scorecard is also available for auction for each match of the ICC CWC 2015. Furthermore, a match-used ball from each of the four quarter-finals, two semi-finals and the ICC Cricket World Cup final are also up for auction.
Specialist collectors and astute fans alike will have the chance to bid at www.icc-shop.com for the following exclusive items:
o Produced under licence and displayed in a deluxe presentation display
o Authenticated by A-Tag & protected by Microchip technology
o Accompanied by a unique Certificate of Authenticity
o Officially licenced by the International Cricket Council
This is undoubtedly a unique opportunity for cricket fans and astute collectors alike to secure a piece of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 history.
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