Malcolm Page: a red Wales No.2 international jersey 1977-78, with yellow & green stripes, by Admiral in Airtex, short-sleeved.

This jersey was from the 0-0 draw in Kuwait 20th September 1977. Page was with Birmingham City at this time.

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.

Robbie James: a yellow Wales No.8 international jersey season 1984-85, short-sleeved.

This jersey was prepared for the World Cup qualifier v Spain in Seville 17th October 1984. Wales lost the game 3-0. James had many teams during his career and was a Stoke City player at this time.

Wyn Davies: a yellow Wales No.9 international jersey worn in the World Cup qualifier v Denmark in Copenhagen 21st October 1964, long-sleeved, the FAW badge inscribed WORLD CUP V DENMARK 1964-5.

This rare yellow Umbro-style shirt was only used twice by the side. Wales lost 1-0. Davies was a Bolton Wanderers player at the time of selection.

Ian Rush: a signed Wales No.9 international jersey dating from 1986, signed in black marker pen to the reverse No.9, short-sleeved.

Liverpool's Ian Rush holds the Wales all-time international goal scoring record of 28 goals. This jersey came from the collection of Robbie James who exchanged one of his own shirts with his Welsh international team-mate.