A 9ct. gold Durham Cup winner's medal 1900-01 won by Alf Common at Sunderland, inscribed DURHAM CUP COMPETITION 1900-1, WON BY SUNDERLAND 'A', A. COMMON, in original case.
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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.
A 15ct. gold Football League Championship medal awarded to Harry Moger the goalkeeper in Manchester United's first ever League Division One winning team, inscribed MANCHESTER UNITED F C, H. MOGER, LEAGUE CHAMPIONS, SEASON, 1907 1908, in original fitted case.
Henry Herbert "Harry" Moger was born September 1879 in Southampton. The goalkeeper began his career with local sides Forest Swifts and Freemantle before joining Southampton of the Southern League in the summer of 1900 where for the most part he was understudy to the England international 'keeper Jack Robinson.
A group of four medals awarded to W T Hancock of Nottingham Forest.
W T Hancock played in 26 F.A. Cup matches for Nottingham Forest between 1881 and 1889 and was a full-back in the club's pre-League era. Hancock became the Nottingham Forest Chairman in 1897 and served until 1920.
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.