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Three Signatures of Pelé (1960)

Three Signatures of Pelé (1960)

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In 1960, Pelé, only 20 years old and already World Champion, signed a bank document three times with his full name.

Bank document signed three times by Pelé when he was 20 years old. A leaf. 15cm x 10.5cm. In Portuguese. Santos, 10/28/1960. Good condition, durex tape on the back. Single piece.

At the time, Pelé (born in 1940) has played and lived in Santos for four years and is at the height of his career, 1961 being considered by specialists as the most prolific year of the player who scored 110 goals, a year after winning of his first World Cup and the First World Cup in Brazil. This bank document was drawn up at a Banco de Minas branch in the city of Santos, we have no information about its purpose and the other people mentioned.

Pelé is one of the best known Brazilian personalities in the world and is still very popular, as is another sporting genius, Ayrton Senna. His autographs are not very rare, he was always very attentive to his fans, but more unique documents such as letters, manuscripts or autograph documents from him as a young man are much rarer and sought after by collectors around the world. Recently found in Brazil, this document, with three Edson A. de Nascimento signatures, is absolutely unique. We particularly like the information on the back: Profession “footballer”. Yes, The footballer, the greatest of all, the King.

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