A green Wales Schoolboys International cap, by Pilling, Briggs & Meredith, Manchester, size 6 3/4, probably awarded to fourteen year old Billy Jennings for the match versus England in 1907; together with a sterling silver and enamel badge awarded for the game - the first ever schoolboy International match played against England.

Sold for £300

1912-scotland-international-cap-alec-the-icicle-mcnair-scotland-v-england

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This lot relates to the career of Celtic legend and Scotland International captain Alec `The Icicle` McNair. A blue Scotland v. England International cap, 1912 - inscribed S v E, 1912, area of tape marks. The above cap represents McNair`s 9th appearance. In the match played on the 23rd March 1912 at Hampden Park, Scotland and England drew the match 1-1
 
Estimate: £500 - £800

bradford-city-stuart-mc-call-scotland-international-cap-awarded-switzerland-1992

 

Scotland Legend Stuart McCall Scotland International Cap Awarded for Scotland v Switzerland 1992 He was capped a total of 40 times for Scotland, scoring one goal. McCall´s caps included 11 while at Everton and 29 during his career with Rangers. The cap comes with both: Bradford City football Club issue certificate of authenticity. Letter signed by Stuart McCall - Certificate of Authenticity. The cap was donated by Stuart to the Bradford ´Save our City appeal´ - was Auctioned off - & my hubby was the highest bidder. This would make the ultimate Gift for a Scotland Fan or Rangers Fan or Everton Fan or a Bradford City Fan.....

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