Ken Willingham's dark blue England v Wales international cap season 1938-39, inscribed ENGLAND V WALES, 1938-39; sold together with a Wills's Cigarettes card portraying Ken Willingham.
A gentlemen's top hat in a Battersby of London hat box depicting a F.A. Cup final and a Test Match at Lords, colour lithographic decoration to box, the silk top hat by J.H. Breekveldt, Lochem.
Noel Cantwell's debut Republic of Ireland international cap awarded for his appearance in the World Cup qualifier v Luxembourg in Dublin 28th October 1953, the green cap inscribed IRELAND V LUXEMBOURG (DUBLIN), 1953-54.
A Surrey County Football Association medal, representative cap and shirt/badge all dating to season 1911-12 and awarded to George Shipway of Dulwich Hamlet FC, the medal a Senior Cup runners-up issue in silver & enamel Dulwich Hamlet were defeated 1-0 by Nunhead in the 1912 Surrey Senior Cup final.
Estimate: £280 - £320
A London Football Association representative cap and shirt badge 1912-13, together with a Middlesex Wanderers shirt badge and a gilt-metal & enamel badge; and two repro postcards of the Dulwich Hamlet.
Estimate: £280 - £320
A Wales international cap circa 1910, green velvet, wirework Prince of Wale's feathers, original recipient unknown.
Estimate: £300 - £500
A red football cap awarded to C.O.S. Hatton and inscribed C.F.A. circa 1900, C.O.S. Hatton played for Casuals and for Cambridge University making both a possibility for the awardees of the cap.
C.O.S. Hatton appeared in the very first F.A. Amateur Cup final for Casuals.
Sold for £100
A blue Scotland international cap 1935-36 awarded to the Chelsea goalkeeper John Jackson, inscribed S v W, S v I, 1935-36.
John Jackson had moved to Chelsea from Partick Thistle. He won a total of eight Scotland international caps and also represented the Football League four times. After retiring from football he became a professional golfer.
A green & red quartered England cap awarded to Stanley Matthews for the 'Battle of Highbury' international v Italy at Highbury 14th November 1934, inscribed 1934-35.
The "Battle of Highbury" was the name given to the football match between England and reigning World Champions Italy that took place on 14 November 1934 at Arsenal's ground.
A purple England v Scotland international cap awarded to Arsenal's Joe Hulme for the famous 'Wembley Wizards' match at Wembley 31st March 1928, inscribed 1927-28; ex Harold Mayes collection and comes with a signed note of provenance from the acclaimed football writer.
The Wembley Wizards is a nickname for the Scotland team that bewildered the English at Wembley in 1928 inflicting a devastating 5-1 defeat. Alex Jackson scored a hat-trick and Alex James netted a brace.