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.

A Bolton Wanderers F.A. Cup final supporter's favour first worn in 1894 and worn at the 1904 F.A. Cup Final, a round pin badge with a pair of 'Bowton Trotters' and inscribed GIVE US ANOTHER GOAL, two suspended blue ribbons inscribed BOLTON WANDERERS.

Sold with a press cutting featuring this very favour that appeared in the Bolton Evening News 18th February 1959, explaining that it was first worn in a Cup Tie at Goodison Park when Bolton beat Wanderers 4-1; the lot also including a Bolton Wanderers supporter's metal fob.

A Football Association table cigarette lighter presented to the Italian F.A. on the occasion of the World Cup qualifier at Wembley Stadium 16th November 1977, the cubic marble base set with enamel plaques including the F.A. Coat of Arms and references to the Silver Jubilee, height 8cm., 3 1/4in., in original paper box.

Sold for £150

Four items relating to William Pickford and his association with Hampshire football, 1) a silver cigarette box commemorating the 1,000th box of presents provided by the Hampshire F.A. for wounded soldiers in 1914. 2) a large silver bowl being a second commemoration of the efforts of Mr & Mrs Pickford for the Wounded Soldiers Fund in 1918, on a wooden base. 3) a 9ct. gold cigarette case presented on the occasion of the Hampshire F.A. Golden Jubilee in 1937. 4) A 1930 Bournemouth F.A. silver pin tray.

Sold for £460