Zlatan Ibrahimovic: a red & white Ajax No.9 Champions League jersey from the tie v Arsenal season 2002-03, short-sleeved, UEFA tournament badge to right sleeve, 4 times European Champions badge to the other, the reverse lettered ZLATAN. Sold for £260

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.

A canary & green quartered Norwich City shirt 1940s, unnumbered, long-sleeved with Umbro BDA "Rigmel" shrunk label, and additional label for R.G. Pilch Ltd., Sports Outfitters, Norwich. Sold for £250

The seller added the following: This shirt dates to 1967/1968 is made by Bukta and is a size 38 chest. It was a gift to me when I was a schoolboy from Tony Waddington.

Bear in mind this is an age before club shops sold replica shirts so this is a rare item. There is a hem of approx. 9.5cm, overall condition is good for it's age. {the team photo is not included in sale}According to info from the Evening Sentinel this is a cold weather shirt, I can confirm the material is thick. There are no moth holes or rips or tears, on the white stripes there is the sort of foxing you find on old photos, also one tiny ink mark the size of a pen tip. The shirt has not been washed for 45 years so these issues may clean up. I do not believe it is a game worn shirt as there is no evidence of a number being sewn on the back. As a Stoke fan growing up in London I was pretty much on my own so I wrote to Tony Waddington about the team and he always found time to reply. I asked him who the supplier was of the team shirts in order to contact them myself, a few days later this shirt arrived in the mail with a note from Tony.{ I wish I still had that note} It has been one of my most prized possessions, I am emigrating and need to thin out my collection.

Ruud van Nistelrooy's debut Manchester United jersey: a signed white Manchester United No.10 jersey from the 2001 F.A. Charity Shield, short-sleeved, sponsor's match badges to sleeves, signed in silver marker pen to the reverse on the "0" numbering, lettered v. NISTELROOY; sold with a COA. Sold for £750

Bill Foulkes blue Manchester United 1968 European Cup Final No.5 shirt, long-sleeved, inscribed above and beneath the club crest E.C.F., WEMBLEY 1968

This jersey was gained as a swap by the Benfica left-back Fernando Cruz after the 1968 European Cup Final at Wembley. The accompanying illustration in the catalogue shows Fernando Cruz holding Bill Foulkes's shirt at his house in Cabanas de Viriato, Portugal, in 2013. Mr Cruz confirmed that he gained the shirt as a swap in the dressing rooms after the match. It has now been acquired by a private collector.

A yellow & blue 'bruised banana' patterned Arsenal No.20 jersey season 1991-92, short-sleeved, no sleeve badges, probably from the pre-season Makita International Tournament. Sold for £180

The blue Cardiff City jersey worn by Len Davies in the F.A. Cup final v Arsenal at Wembley Stadium 23rd April 1927, by Bukta for Welsh Sports Ltd., Church St., Cardiff, the neck label inscribed in ink CARDIFF v ARSENAL 1927, long-sleeved, with embroidered silkwork badge bearing the Coat of Arms of Cardiff and the motto DEFFRO-MAE'N-DDYDD, Y-DDRAIG-GOCH-DDYRY-CYCHWYN.

Len Davies missed out on the opportunity of playing for Cardiff City in the 1925 F.A. Cup Final, but was part of the winning team in 1927 that historically took the trophy out of England for the only time in the history of the competition through a goal by the Scot Hughie Ferguson. Davies was one of only three Welshman in the Cardiff starting XI.