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Unveiling of the Tom Vallance Portrait Ibrox Stadium Saturday 26th May.

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Most important man in the whole of Rangers' history and no comments off the retards on here. Typical. Should've made it a MOH thread. 

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2 minutes ago, Redwhiteandblue said:

Most important man in the whole of Rangers' history and no comments off the retards on here. Typical. Should've made it a MOH thread. 

:lol: Irony...

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7 minutes ago, Redwhiteandblue said:

Most important man in the whole of Rangers' history and no comments off the retards on here. Typical. Should've made it a MOH thread. 

Wot

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Wonderful discovery and great to see it restored so well, so all credit to all of those involved.

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Brilliant piece of history.

Have they found any more like this with the Moses brothers and McBeath?

 

 

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:tu::bow:

Stering work as always!

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6 hours ago, mchammer said:

Brilliant piece of history.

Have they found any more like this with the Moses brothers and McBeath?

 

 

Don't think there were any done. Despite what people think, and that they were there at the beginning, the ones others weren't anywhere near as I'm important as Tom Vallance was in turning Rangers into what we became. 

Don't actually think the people you mentioned were even anything to do with Rangers when we won our first title. 

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8 hours ago, AlbertzLoyalRSC said:

:lol: Irony...

Weird how you never commented until I did. Went straight off topic as well. 

Look who got a like off the OP. Shame you didn't get one. 

 

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11 hours ago, Redwhiteandblue said:

Don't think there were any done. Despite what people think, and that they were there at the beginning, the ones others weren't anywhere near as I'm important as Tom Vallance was in turning Rangers into what we became. 

Don't actually think the people you mentioned were even anything to do with Rangers when we won our first title. 

I was talking historically, not titles,  I think forming the team in the first place was what I was getting at.

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There never will be a sight like the marble staircase in football ever again. 

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@The Moonlighter

You know you all have my admiration for the work you do but it never does any harm to mention it again.

Incredible!! :rangers:

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Looks good. Will have to go on a tour to see it. I thought it was bigger. Might look more prominent above the door. 

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On ‎27‎/‎05‎/‎2018 at 12:27, The Moonlighter said:

The restored Tom Vallance painting was unveiled last night at the top of the Marble Staircase at Ibrox Stadium.

We’d like to thank artist Helen Runciman, Club 1872 and Rangers Football Club for their assistance with this project.

Vallance Painting 2018.JPG

Vallance Painting 2018 2.JPG

When I go to the Thornton Suite next season I will be getting my photo taken with the great man.

Fuckin' welling up as I write this.

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16 hours ago, soulboy said:

 

Absolutely amazing. I love this. Showed my workmates too and they were of the same mind.

Great job @The Moonlighter 

What you do for the club and fans should never go unnoticed. Thank you:) 

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