A purple England v Scotland international cap season 1928-29, with wirework rose and inscribed 1928-29; sold together with printed literature relating to the match and team.

The recipient of this cap is unknown. The match was played at Hampden Park. Scotland won the match 1-0 from a goal which was quite literally the last kick of the game.

A 1931 Football Association Tour of Canada cap awarded to Jack Jennings whilst playing for Middlesbrough, purple & red with F.A. crest lion, a Canadian beaver, rose & inscribed ENGLAND, CANADA. Jack Jennings later became trainer to Northampton FC. Sold for £550

A Noel Cantwell green Republic of Ireland international cap season 1962-63, a seasonal cap for two appearances against Iceland and one against Scotland

In the European Nations Cup 1st Round match against Ireland played on 12th August 1962 in Dublin, the Republic won 4-2 with Noel Cantwell scoring one of the goals. In the return fixture in Reykjavik the match ended as a 1-1 draw. The Scottish game relating to this cap was the friendly in Dublin on 9th June 1963. Cantwell scored the only goal of the match.

Sir Tom Finney: a blue England v Argentina international cap 1951, Inscribed v ARGENTINE, 1951, stuffed with soft padding with the idea to maintain a head shape.

This match was organised as part of the Festival of Britain celebrations on 9th May 1951 and, historically, Argentina became the first international team other than Scotland to play England at Wembley Stadium. In a compelling match, England came back from a 1-0 deficit at half-time to beat the Argentine team 2-1 with goals in the final 11 minutes from Stan Mortensen and Jackie Milburn

A Football Association international trial cap awarded to 'Fanny' Walden whilst playing for Tottenham Hotspur in season 1913-14, purple & white quarters with F.A. monogram.

Fanny Walden was a winger who played for Tottenham Hotspur between 1913 and 1924. He joined Spurs from Northampton Town for a then record signing fee of £1,700 and made over 300 appearances. He missed the 1921 F.A. Cup final through injury. What is being offered here is a trial cap during which he impressed enough to win a full England international cap in 1914, and won a second in 1922. During the summer months played first-class cricket for Northamptonshire CCC. He was an all-rounder who scored over 7,000 career runs and took over 100 wickets and later became an umpire and stood in Test Matches.

A blue England v Luxembourg international cap season 1982-83, inscribed LUXEMBOURG, 1982-1983; sold together with a programme for this match. The original recipient of this cap is unknown. This European Championship match was played at Wembley on 15th December 1982. England won the game 9-0. Estimate: £250-400

Billy Wright's blue England international cap for the match v Portugal at the Estadio das Antas, Porto, 22nd May 1955, inscribed v PORTUGAL, 1955, the cap lining signed by Billy Wright.

Provenance: Bought at Christie's Glasgow 10th December 1998 where the catalogue description explained that this cap had been purchased at a charity auction and that the winning bidder had Billy Wright autograph the interior of the cap.

An early and rare Scottish Football Association junior international cap awarded for the match v Ireland in 1911, with an identical design to the full senior international cap but in red as opposed to the normal dark blue, inscribed S v I, 1911. This match was played at Cliftonville, Belfast, on 18th March 1911. The game ended as a 1-1 draw. Estimate: £200-300

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A green velvet International cap awarded for the 1928-1929 season, with metal thread and hung with a tassel.

Sold for £850

A green velvet International cap for the 1924 season which followed Wales's first Triple Crown the previous year, applied with metal thread and hung with a tassel.

Sold for £900