Carlos Peucelle Argentina National Team FIFA World Cup Jules Rimet 1930 Uruguay Runner-Up Silver Medal WITH BOX issued by FIFA.
Museum Piece as he scored ONE GOAL Against Uruguay IN THE FINALS!!! He also scored two goals in the semi-finals against United States!!!
Provenance: 1930 World Cup Museum Letter (Superb Provenance)
Carlos Desiderio Peucelle (13 September 1908 – 1 April 1990) was an Argentine football player who played as an inside forward or as a right winger and is considered one of Argentina's finest wingers in their history. He is also known for being the catalyst for starting "La Maquina" with River Plate who went on to dominate football in South America in the 1940s. Peucelle played first team football for San Telmo and Sportivo Buenos Aires before joining Argentine giants River Plate for a fee of 10,000 pesos. Peucelle played for River from 1931 to 1941 (307 matches and scored 143 goals). During this time "Los Millonarios" were champions of Argentina on 4 occasions; 1932, 1936, 1937 and 1941. Peucelle also played for the Argentina national football team he was in the squad of the 1930 FIFA World Cup, where he scored three goals, and played in the final match against Uruguay, which Argentina lost 2–4. Peucelle was part of two Copa América winning squads, in 1929 and 1937. Peucelle played a total of 59 games for Argentina scoring 12 goals.
Medal details: Silver material (check pictures)