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A purple & gold quartered England v Belgium international cap awarded to Arsenal's Joe Hulme in 1927, dated 1927, unusually the cap is still in its original paper box of issue with F.A. Compliments slip and caption card, consequently the cap is in superb, original condition.

This match took place at Stade du Daring Club on 11th May 1927. England won 9-1. Hulme scored the second goal. For information on Joe Hulme see lot 475.

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A green Wales international debut cap awarded to Dan Lewis in season 1926-27, name tag to the interior inscribed D LEWIS, the cap inscribed F.A.W., 1926-27.

Arsenal's goalkeeper Dan Lewis won three Wales international caps between 1927 and 1929. He made a total of 142 League appearances for the Gunners between 1924 and 1931 and played in the 1927 F.A. Cup Final. He never fully recovered from knee surgery in 1930 and played just a handful of games thereafter. Lewis was making his Wales debut in 1926-27 when selected for the England match at Wrexham 12th February 1927. The game ended as a 3-3 draw.

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A green Wales international cap awarded to Moses Russell in 1921, named to Russell on tag to interior, the cap inscribed F.A.W., 1921; sold together with a trade card issued by The Champion in 1922 portraying Russell wearing a Wales cap and shirt in 1914.

Moses Russell won a total of 23 Wales international caps between 1912 and 1928. At the time of selection in 1921 the full-back was playing for Plymouth Argyle whom he had joined from Merthyr Town in 1914. He made a total of 375 League appearances for Argyle up until 1930.

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An early example of a rose England amateur international football cap awarded for the match v Holland played at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea, 11th December 1909, inscribed E v H, 1909-10; sold together with a photostat from A reference with England line-up.

England won this match 9-1. The original recipient of the cap is unknown, but the England line-up was a s follows: Ronald Brebner (Darlington), Walter Corbett (Birmingham), Arthur Knight (Portsmouth), Kenneth Hunt (Leyton), Frederick Chapman (South Notts), Robert Hawkes (Luton), Arthur Berry (Everton), Vivian Woodward (capt., Tottenham Hotspur), Harry Stapley (Glossop North End), Alfred Owen (Leicester Fosse) & Ernest Williams (Portsmouth).

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A purple England v Scotland international cap awarded to Tommy Crawshaw in season 1896-97, dated 1896-97.

Sheffield Wednesday defender Tommy Crawshaw won 10 England international caps between 1895 and 1904. The Scotland game in 1896-97 was played at The Crystal Palace. England took the lead through Steve Bloomer but the Scots turned the match around to win 2-1. A further Crawshaw cap is being offered as lot 650.

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