Roy Bentley's match-worn green United Kingdom No.9 representative jersey from the match v Europe played at Windsor Park 13th August 1955, with cloth badge with embroidered UK national emblems and inscribed BRITISH XI v EUROPEAN XI, 1955, mounted, framed & glazed, 94 by 84cm., 37 by 33in.

Chaabane Merzekane: a red & white Algeria No.3 international jersey season 1981-82,short-sleeved. This jersey relates to the match v Republic of Ireland in Algiers 28th April 1982.

This is a rare 3rd change Algeria jersey, the nation's first and second choices being green and white both of which clash with the Republic.

Brian Flynn: a signed yellow & green Wales No.8 international jersey from the match v Norway 21st September 1983, signed in black marker pen, long-sleeved.

With Leeds United at this time, Flynn was one of the greatest servants to Welsh football in the 1970s and 80s, and later as manager of the intermediate and youth sides.

Peter Rodrigues: a green Wales No.2 international jersey worn in the match v Poland 26th September 1973,long-sleeved, the FAW badge inscribed V POLAND 1973/74.

This was the first time that Wales had worn green shirts in a modern-day international. It was also the last international appearance for Sheffield Wednesday's Rodrigues. The occasion was the World Cup qualifier in Katowice. Wales lost 3-0 and had Trevor Hockey sent-off in the 39th minute.

Ronnie Rees: a Wales No.7 international jersey worn in the match v Denmark 1st December 1965, long-sleeved, the FAW badge inscribed WORLD CUP V DENMARK 1965-6.

Coventry City's Rees scored in this 4-2 World Cup Qualification win at Wrexham. The game was close to being cancelled due to heavy early winter snow.