Roy Paul's red Wales No.4 international jersey worn in his international debut match v Scotland 23rd October 1948, long-sleeved, the FAW badge inscribed F.A. OF WALES, INTERNATIONAL, 1948-49, V SCOTLAND.

The Swansea Town player's debut was in Cardiff with the visitors winning 3-1. He is considered one of the greats for Wales and later captained Manchester City in their two FA Cup Finals in the 1950s.

A sky blue & white striped Uruguay No.2 international jersey 1985-86, long-sleeved.

This jersey was gained as swap by Wales's Robbie James and is from the friendly match in Wrexham 21st April 1986. The match was drawn 0-0. It is the only occasion that Wales have played the two times World Champions.

Herbie Evans: a red Wales international jersey 1921-22, long-sleeved. This jersey is from one of Evans's three matches from his debut international season in 1921-22.

The Wales shirt was not numbered until the late 1930's. This style of badge was only used during the early 1920's.

George Theodos: a red Wales Schools' international jersey dating from 1919 or 1920, long-sleeved Originally from Barry in South Wales, after playing as a schools international and helping his town win the Welsh School Shield in 1919, Theodos moved to London for work and played for various amateur sides.

Was in the running for Wales amateur honours in the mid 1930's, he later scouted for various Welsh clubs around the London and Home Counties region. Theodos played in four schools internationals between 1919 and 1920. Badges were not worn on the shirts at this time.

Evaristo de Macedo: a blue & red striped Barcelona No.9 1961 European Cup Final jersey, long-sleeved; sold with a signed letter of authenticity from the former Benfica and Portuguese international footballer Jose Augusto de Almeida confirming that he swapped his Benfica shirt with the Barcelona No.9 at the end of the match in Bern, 31st May 1961.

Sold for £1700

The gold & black striped Wolverhampton Wanderers jersey worn by Tancy Lea in the F.A. Cup final v Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea, 23rd April 1921, by Bukta, long-sleeved, lace-up collar, embroidered silkwork badge bearing the Coat of Arms of Wolverhampton inscribed with the motto OUT OF DARKNESS COMETH LIGHT.

Wolves were defeated 1-0 by Tottenham Hotspur in the 1921 F.A. Cup Final.

The red & white striped Sheffield United shirt worn by Jack Pickering in the F.A. Cup final v Arsenal at Wembley Stadium 25th April 1936, by Bukta for Jack Archer Sports Outfitters, 90 Bramhall [sic] Lane, Sheffield, the neck tag inscribed in ink with the initials J.P., long-sleeved, embroidered silkwork badge bearing the Coat of Arms of Sheffield.

Jack Pickering was born in High Green, Sheffield, in 1908, and learned his football at Barnsley Grammar School. The inside-left was signed by Sheffield United in 1925 where Pickering made a total of 344 League Appearances and scored 101 goals until 1948. He was also capped for England on one occasion. In the 1936 F.A. Cup Final, United were defeated 1-0 by Arsenal.