Football Association Amateur Cup winner's medal awarded to a player for Bishop Auckland FC in season 1899-1900, 9ct. gold & enamel, inscribed ENGLISH AMATEUR CUP, WINNERS, BP. AUCKLAND F.C. Bishop Auckland beat Lowestoft Town 5-1 at Leicester.
9ct. gold & enamel medal for the 1899 Sheriff of London Charity Shield, The obverse inscribed SHERIFF OF LONDON CHARITY SHIELD, the reverse inscribed PRESENTED BY T.R. DEWAR ESQ., SHERIFF OF LONDON, 1897-8 Although the medal does not have any match detail engraving, the gold hallmark date letter is for 1898-99. In this year Aston Villa and Queen's Park of Glasgow played out a goalless draw at the Crystal Palace and honours were shared.
Irish Football Association Challenge Cup runners-up medal awarded to Fred Barrett of Belfast Celtic F.C. in 1915, 9ct. gold, IRISH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, EST. 1880, C.F.C., RUNNERS-UP, IRISH CHALLENGE CUP, F. BARRETT, 1915 In the 1915 Irish F.A. Cup Final Linfield beat Belfast Celtic 1-0 at Cliftonville, Belfast. Fred Barrett, together with team-mate Jimmy Ferris, were transferred to Chelsea in March 1920. Barrett made 70 League & Cup appearances at full-back for the Blues until 1926. He then returned to Ireland to play for Dundalk.