A signed Tottenham Hotspur football c1990 including Gazza, Lineker, Stewart, Fenwick, Van Den Hauwe etc. Comes with a COA certification.
Estimate: 125 GBP - 175 GBP
Manchester City, a signed 'Anromac Meteor' match football (which is very collectable in its own right) from the successful 1970's period, autographed by Horsewill, Macrae, Tueart, Doyle, Henson, Bell, Summerbee, Daniles, Clements, Barrett, Leman, Hartford, Oakes & Corrigan.
Estimate: 60 GBP - 90 GBP
A match ball used at the 1962 World Cup in Chile, stamped with 1962 World Cup logo, a 'Mr Crack' by Zamora, signed in green pen by the Italy World Cup squad, unfortunately quite faded now
This ball was originally owned by an officer of the FIGC, Italian Football Association. It is likely to have been used in either the match against Germany or Switzerland.
A brown leather football signed by the Tottenham Hotspur 1960-61 double-winning team, with stencilled inscription TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR F.C., 1960/61, the signatures now quite faded, including Danny Blanchflower, Les Allen, Ron Henry, Peter Baker, Tony Marchi, Maurice Norman, Terry Dyson et al. Sold for £400
A match ball from the UEFA Champions League final Bayer Leverkusen v Real Madrid played at Hampden Park, Glasgow, 15th May 2002, bearing 7 autographs from finalists, including Michael Ballack, but now quite faded; sold with a COA.
This ball was kept by a steward on duty at Hampden Park.
The match ball used when Ryan Giggs made his first full start and scored his first goal in senior football, Manchester United v Manchester City at Old Trafford, Football League Division One, 4th May 1991.
An Adidas Etrusco Unico, sold with a signed letter of authenticity from the match referee on that occasion, Peter Tyldesley; and a DVD with highlights of the game. Estimate: £500-700