This is a gift that will warm the heart of any loyal Tartan Army member. The book kicks off with some impressive wins over the 'Auld Enemy' in the 1920s and 1930s and there were more to follow. One such win was in 1937 when Scotland won 3-1 in front of a record 149,407 spectators. Scotland's brave performances against the might of top international teams are reproduced from original newspapers in words and pictures, spanning the years from the 1920s to the 'naughties'. Dalglish, Law, Bremner and Stein all feature along with other greats from the past 90 years. Comprising 150 pages this historic record is bound in a black, gold embossed, luxury leather, hardback cover. Any articles originally printed in full colour from 2006 onwards will be displayed as such. The cover is embossed with the recipient's name and the title page is personalised with a name and a message. Size 380X310mm.