A Football Association and a Dutch Football Association badge, both worked in coloured silk thread and gold wire, the English badge by George Kenning & Son and inscribed FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION 1908, the Dutch badge inscribed N.V.B., 1912.
A 1975 UEFA European Cup continental silver runners-up medal, inscribed UEFA COUPE DES CLUBS CHAMPIONS EUROPEENS, 1975, in original case; sold together with a signed letter of provenance from Allan Clarke. In a final famous for its refereeing controversy and rioting in the stands, Bayern Munich defeated Leeds United 2-0.
A continental gold & enamel medal commemorating Inter's 1965-66 Serie A Championship winning season, hallmarked .750 gold, inscribed 1965-66, F.C. INTERNAZIONALE, MILANO Inter finished the season with 50 points, 4 clear of Bologna. It was their 10th national title.
Sold for £480
Stoke FC: a 9ct. gold medal season 1908-09, the obverse engraved M.B.C., 1908-9, the reverse inscribed STOKE F.C., WINNERS, T. GREAVES.
This medal was awarded to Thomas Greaves (born Hanley, 1888) who made 13 appearances and scored 5 goals for Stoke between 1908 and 1910 before returning to amateur football for Hanley Swifts.
A 9ct. gold Northern League Championship medal won by Middlesbrough in season 1893-94, the obverse with engraved F.K. monogram, the reverse inscribed NORTHERN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP, 1893-4, M'BRO. F.C.
Middlesbrough won the title with 62 points, four clear of Whitby. It endorsed the club's decision to return to amateurism having turned professional in 1889. The following season Middlesbrough triumphed in the F.A. Amateur Cup.