Arckit signed by Rugby World Cup 2015 Finalists

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We have TWO very special boxes of Arckit signed by many of the players from the New Zealand v Australia Rugby World Cup 2015 Final now up for auction!

This is a once in a lifetime chance to acquire an exclusive box of Arckit 120 (usually worth €189) signed by many of the players including captains Richie McCaw and Stephen Moore at this truly historic clash of the titans. This is your chance to own the ultimate Christmas present for any rugby or architect fan.

All proceeds will be donated to The Arc Foundation, an amazing charity that offer personal support to men and women affected by cancer and those who care for them. 

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To see more photographs of Arckit founder Damien Murtagh with the players please visit our Arckit post here

€ 400
Arckit signed by RWC2015 Australia Players
€ 500
Arckit signed by RWC2015 New Zealand Players
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