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.

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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

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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

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Rare, original football players contract dated 26th April, 1928. Ernest Pattison signs for West Bromwich Albion. The contract bears the original signatures of Ernest Pattison and Fred Everiss of WBA. The contact covers the season 1928 - 1929. Earnings were £3 per week with £1 extra if Ernest was playing for the first team.

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1931 FA Cup Final, a cigarette case, a tribute to Tom Yorke from his 'party', and then represented to his friend Alan Everiss. The engraving of the original presentation states 'Football Association West Bromwich Albion's Victory 25th April 1931'.

Estimate: 100 GBP - 120 GBP

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