A blue Northern Ireland international cap awarded to Terry Cochrane of Gillingham in season 1983-84, inscribed 1983-84; sold with a letter of authenticity signed by the Head of International Football at the I.F.A. in 2002.

Cochrane's final two international appearances were in season 1983-84 against Scotland in the Home International Championship and v Finland, as a substitute.

A red Wales international cap awarded to Gary Sprake in season 1973-74, name tag to the interior inscribed GARY SPRAKE, the cap dated 1973-74.

In season 1973-74 Gary Sprake played in three of Wales's four international matches. These comprised the World Cup qualifier v Poland and the hone internationals v Scotland and Northern Ireland.

A red Wales international cap awarded to Gary Sprake of Leeds United in season 1964-65, inscribed 1964-65, S.D.G.; sold with a hand written letter of authenticity signed by Gary Sprake.

Gary Sprake played 3 matches for Wales this season, v. Scotland in the Home Championship, and two World Cup qualifiers v Denmark & Greece.

The Rothmans All Star XI cap presented to Bobby Moore in 1989, blue with gold wire braiding and tassel, inscribed ROTHMANS, ALL STARS, 1989.

Rothmans Football Yearbook, an annual football reference book, was published between 1970 and 2002. For many years the editors were father and daughter Jack and Glenda Rollin. Jack Rollin was soccer correspondent for the Sunday Telegraph for 21 years and has worked on all but two editions of Rothmans Football Yearbook.

A blue England v Sweden international cap awarded to Wilf Mannion of Middlesbrough in season 1947-48, name label inside inscribed W. MANNION, the cap inscribed v SWEDEN 1947-48; sold with the official programme for the match.

This match took place at Highbury on 19th November 1947. England beat Sweden 4-2, with Stan Mortensen scoring a hat-trick.

A blue Scotland international cap awarded to Frank Brennan in season 1946-47, name label inside inscribed F. BRENNAN, the cap dated 1946-47 and inscribed S v W, S v I.

The Wales match took place at the Racecourse Ground, Wrexham, 19th October 1946 and ended in a 3-1 defeat for the Scots. On the 27th November 1946 at Hampden Park Scotland played out a goalless draw against the Irish.