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Own some official All Black history and help Louie kick cancers butt at the same time!

Generously donated to us, this 1999 signed All Blacks memorabilia is a historic piece to add to your collection. It is signed by some of the greats of the game including the late, great Jonah Lomu. Only 300 were made and this is 166 of 300. This comes with an authenticity certificate.

About the cause: At just 2 years old, our nephew Louie Bell has been diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cancer called Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma. Roughly only 3 -5 cases are diagnosed a year in NZ, and this little dude is fighting hard already with numerous rounds of chemo and hospitalisation just 8 weeks into his Cancer journey.

We are running this auction to try and raise additional funds to help get Louie and his parents to the USA for Proton radiation therapy that could decrease the long term risks based on where Louie’s tumor is compared to traditional radiation therapy. He has a large cancerous tumour around his prostate, bladder and backing into his spine and these are very delicate areas. But for this to be an option, we need some help to get him there :)

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Thanks so much in advance!

Lots of love #teamlouie


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Pick-up available from North Shore, Auckland Free

This seller is located in North Shore, Auckland

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    Charity auction- Signed All Black memorabilia 1999 RWC team

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