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.

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