Frank Brennan: a blue Scotland No.5 international shirt worn in the match v Wales at The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham, 19th October 1946, long-sleeved, with embroidered S.F.A. badge inscribed W v S, 1946-47.

Scotland were beaten 3-1 in the 1946 match at Wrexham. Nicknamed 'The Rock of Tyneside', the 6ft. 3in. Newcatsle United centre-half won a total of 10 Scotland international caps.

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Archie Gemmill: a blue Scotland No.10 jersey worn in the international match v Hungary in Budapest 31st May 1980, short-sleeved Airtex; sold with a dealer's COA confirming that they had acquired the shirt from the Hungarian player Ferenc Csongradi who played in the match won by the home team 3-1.

Hungary won this match 3-1. Archie Gemmill, who was capped 43 times, was the Scotland captain for this game and at the time of selection was a Birmingham City player.

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John Harkness: a yellow Scotland international goalkeeping jersey worn in the match v Wales at Ninian Park, Cardiff, 26th October 1929,woollen roll neck sweater, long-sleeved, with embroidered S.F.A. badge inscribed S v W, 1929-30.

John Harkness is best remembered as the goalkeeper in the famous Scotland "Wembley Wizards" side of 1928. The Hearts 'keeper made a total of 12 international appearances between 1927 and 1933.

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A blue Scotland No.4 international jersey dating from the wartime period, long-sleeved, with embroidered S.F.A. badge inscribed S v E.

The original recipient of this shirt is unknown, but there is a good likelihood that it was worn by a one of two rival right-half Scottish players who would be immensely influential managers in the post-war period, Matt Busby or Bill Shankly.

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William Robb: a yellow Scotland international goalkeeping jersey worn in the match v Wales at Ninian Park, Cardiff, 31st October 1925,woollen roll neck sweater, long-sleeved, with embroidered S.F.A. badge inscribed S v W, 1925-6

Scotland won this match 3-0. This was William Robb's debut match. The Rangers goalkeeper played in one further international keeping goal in the Wales match in 1927 by which time he kept goal at Hibs.

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Paul Parker's signed red Manchester United 1994 F.A. Cup final No.2 jersey, short-sleeved, inscribed F.A. CUP FINAL 1994, F.A. Premier League 'Golden Lion' 1992-93 Champions badges to sleeves.

Manchester United completed the 'double' in this match. After already having won the Premier League title by an eight point margin, they comfortably beat Chelsea 4-0.

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Eric Cantona's signed yellow & green Newton Heath-style No.7 jersey from the 1994 Coca-Cola League Cup Final at Wembley, signed to the front in black marker pen and dedicated TO GEORGINA, BEST WISHES, inscribed THE COCA-COLA CUP, THE FINAL, WEMBLEY 1994, F.A. Premier League 'Golden Lion' 1992-93 Champions badges to sleeves, the reverse lettered CANTONA; sold with a signed letter of provenance from the named Georgina, the current vendor, explaining how Eric Cantona presented her with his Coca-Cola Cup final jersey.

Manchester United nearly pulled off a domestic treble in season 1993-94. They won the Premier League and F.A. Cup, but were beaten 3-1 by Aston Villa in the Coca-Cola League Cup final played at Wembley 27th March 1994.

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