A 9ct. gold & enamel Football League Division Three Championship Medal awarded to Robbie James of Cardiff City in 1992-93, inscribed obverse & reverse.

Cardiff City won the League with a total of 83 points, three points clear of fellow Welsh club Wrexham. It was the club's first Championship title in the fourth tier of League Football.

A group of eight schools' sports medals awarded to the future Tottenham Hotspur footballer Charlie Withers, a gold-mounted silver medal inscribed CHARLES WITHERS, CHAMPION, ATHLETICS, LATYMER LOWER SCHOOL, 1936; three Middlesex Schools Football Association silver medals; a school swimming champion medal named to Withers, and three others.

Sold for £150

A F.A.W. Welsh Cup winner's medal awarded to Robbie James of Cardiff City in 1992-93, gold-plate & enamel, the reverse inscribed ALLBRIGHT BITTER, WELSH CUP, WINNERS, 1992-1993, in original fitted case.

Cardiff City beat Rhyl 5-0 in the national stadium, Cardiff.

A silver FAW Welsh Cup runners-up medal 1910-11 awarded to a player of Connah's Quay & Shotton. Central design in silver-gilt, inscribed obverse & reverse.

Connah's Quay & Shotton were defeated 6-0 by Wrexham who were playing on their home Racecourse Ground. The medal is uninscribed to an individual player.

An Italian Football Association 18k continental gold medal commemorating the England v Italy international match played at Tottenham Hotspur 30th November 1949, the obverse with a footballing scene in raised relief, the reverse inscribed FEDERAZIONE ITALIANA GIUOCO CALCIO, RICCORDO DI INGHILTERRA ITALIA, LONDRA, 30 NOVEMBRE 1949; sold with two original Italian newspapers with match coverage.

Sold for £380