Eight continental football club badges relating to Arsenal FC end of season continental tours in the 1930s, including a silver backed Goteborgs Alliansen lapel badge inscribed to the back HARRY HOMER, ARSENAL F.C., 25.5.37, a Staevnet Copenhagen issue dated 1936, Akademisk Boldclub and others; sold together with a gold-mounted silver medal for an unknown presentation dated 1897; and a badge for Sharp's Toffee.

Harry Homer is better known by his pen name "Marksman" and was the Arsenal programme editor of the day.

Sold for £240

18 & 19 May Sporting Memorabilia
Sotheby's New Bond Street Saleroom
18 May 2015


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