Football commemoratives, comprising: two F.A. tankards issued in 1975 and displaying the names of all the previous winners; a cased gilt-metal medallion struck for the Football League's 90th anniversary; a gilt medal struck for Euro '80; and a Football Association key ring; sold together with a McDonalds cricket medal. Estimate: £120-160

An old Wembley Stadium seat back numbered "6", mounted in a deep frame together with a colour photograph of England's No.6, Captain Bobby Moore, receiving the Jules Rimet Trophy from HM the Queen at Wembley in 1966, also mounted with a COA from the Wembley auction after the stadium closure, plus a title plaque, 68 by 56 by 6.5 cm., 26 ¾ by 22 by 2 ½ in.; sold together with a signed colour magazine photograph of Bobby Moore.

Estimate: £200-250

A shield made to commemorate Arsenal's first appearance in a F.A. Cup Final in 1927, in the form of a varnished wooden shield inscribed gilt ARSENAL FOOTBALL CLUB, set with a shelf mounted with a gunmetal miniature replica of a cannon and inscribed THE GUNNERS, all on a rectangular wooden backboard with wall fittings, the reverse dated, signed and inscribed 1927, J. HARRIS, WOOLWICH, 84 by 58.5cm., 33 by 23in. Estimate: £300-500

wolverhampton-wanderers-bert-williams-silver-spoons-1957

Item description:

Set of six bert williams (wolverhampton wanderers f.C.) silver spoons, each engraved 'b.W. 1957' The spoons themselves were made by london silversmiths josiah williams & d. Fullerton in 1923, the engraving obviously being later. Each measures 4.75" long (approx. 12cm). They are presented in a later case. These came from bert's own collection, and were quite possibly a retirement gift, passed on to him when he quit professional goalkeeping in the same year.
 
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