Queens Park Rangers FC: a Merchant Navy prisoner-of-war tapestry dated 1942-43, bearing the Merchant Navy crest and inscribed QUEENS P. RANGERS, 1942-43, LEAGUE, WINNERS, CUP, FINALISTS, framed & glazed, 45 by 41cm., 17 3/4 by 16in.

This tapestry was made by Merchant Navy seamen at Milag Nord POW camp. They formed two teams, Newcastle United and QPR, and played each other regularly to keep spirits up. They even played a 'Cup final' every year. This continued for a period of four years.

An autographed Tottenham Hotspur 1953 Continental Tour itinerary, signed by 16 members of the touring party including Withers, Baily, Robb, Duquemin, Marchi, Nicholson, Harmer etc., this originally issued to Ron Reynolds and complete with his ID card; sold together with an itinerary for Spurs' Tour to Canada and United States in 1957.

Sold for £250

A signed Arsenal 1936 F.A. Cup Final Dinner menu, held at the Cafe Royal, London, 25th April, the inside with 25 signatures, including the Arsenal finalists Male, Hapgood, Crayston, Hulme and Drake; sold together with a printed invitation and a table plan.

Sold for £250

A pair of gold ceramic football boots cast from original George Best match-worn boots, No.2 from an individually hand crafted limited edition of 466 (number of Manchester United appearances) by artist Sean R. Thomas at Sportscasts, on a red baize covered wooden stand set with title plaque and with Perspex display casing.

Created shortly before George's death in 2005, the accompanying COA is signed by George Best; additionally sold with a letter of authenticity confirming that this lot came from the personal collection of Phil Hughes, George Best's agent, manager and close friend.