Two outfield-style England international shirts used by Bert Williams as undershirts for heavy woollen goalkeeper's jerseys, a long-sleeved and a short-sleeved, both neck tags inscribed in ink BERT WILLIAMS; sold with a match-action photograph of Bert Williams.

Wolverhampton Wanderers legend Bert Williams won a total of 30 England international caps between 1949 and 1955.

Neil Franklin: a white England No.5 international shirt from the match v Wales played at Villa Park 10th November 1948, by St Blaize, long-sleeved, embroidered three lions badge; sold with a photograph of Neil Franklin.

This shirt was gained as a swap by Wales's Trevor Ford. Ford's Wales shirt swapped with Franklin is being sold elsewhere in this sale as lot 437.

Don Roper: a white Football League No.11 representative jersey for the Danish match in 1953, long-sleeved, the F.L. badge inscribed DANISH MATCH, 1953, THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE.

This match between the International Football Combination of Denmark and the Football League took place at the Idraetsparken, Copenhagen, 5th May 1953.

Gary Sprake: a yellow Wales international goalkeeping jersey season 1974-75, long-sleeved, the reverse of the Umbro label inscribed in ink G. SPRAKE.

This style of jersey was worn by Sprake in the final matches of his international career, the European Championships qualifiers in the autumn of 1974 when he kept goal v Austria, Hungary & Luxembourg.

Wyn Davies red Wales No.9 jersey from the U-23 international v England in season 1963-64, short-sleeved, cloth badge inscribed with match details.

Wyn Davies was at Bolton Wanderers when he was selected for this U-23 international. The forward went on to win 34 full senior caps between 1963 and 1973.

Fred Cook: a red Wales international jersey circa 1925, by St Margaret's, long-sleeved, inscribed in ink on the inside of the collar F. COOK, embroidered F.A.W. cloth badge.

Fred Cook won 8 international caps for Wales between 1925 and 1931. This jersey would be either from his debut or 2nd international match in season 1924-25.