A Colman's Mustard vesta case commemorating the victory of Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 1908 F.A. Cup final, in white metal & blue enamel, inscribed TO COMMEMORATE WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS VICTORY, ENGLISH CUP, CRYSTAL PALACE, APRIL 25th 1908, 5cm., 2in. Estimate: £160-200
A pair of electroplated Victorian footballer candlesticks, stamp for W W H & Co. (registered between 1857-1883), both with a footballer with a ball at his feet the candle holder designed from a tree in leaf, 14cm., 5 1/2in. Estimate £200-300
A desk stand made from the original oak seats of Rangers Football Club stadium, installed in 1929 (removed 1990-91); a pocket watch presented to Andy Goram; autographs of Bobby Charlton and Matt Busby; and other items.
England World Cup 1966: a rare silver salver. Inscribed England World Cup Winners 1966, with twenty-two engraved autographs of the 1966 England World Cup-winning squad and also manager Alf Ramsey, Birmingham, 1972, 36cm (14in.) diameter.
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.
The plaque from pillar number 3, from the East End at Ashton Gate Stadium, the home of Bristol City Football Club. The plaque is being auctioned off to raise funds for Bristol City Community Trust, to help further their work in the community.
If you wish to own a piece of Bristol City's East End history then please bid here. Over the years seats were added, barriers removed and numerous players and came and went. But the plaques on the iconic pillars have stayed throughout.
Reading simply “ERECTED BY JOHN LYSAGHT LTD, BRISTOL, 1928” these plaques are the birth certificate of the stand. Founded in 1857, the eponymous John Lysaght Ltd established the Netham Ironworks at St Phillip’s, Bristol before acquiring works in Wolverhampton, Newport, Scunthorpe and Australia. In 1920 Guest, Keen and Nettlefields (GKN) acquired the company but the John Lysaght Ltd name continued trading until the late 1960s. Although founded in Bristol the John Lysaght story stretched across the globe during Victorian and Edwardian times with work in Uganda, Argentina, Venezuela and The Philippines. In fact John Lysaght Ltd plaques can still be seen on Junction Lock Bridge (1925) by The Pump House pub and on the glorious Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai, India.
Welcome to my auction for this extremely rare item from southampton fc. I have for sale, memorabilia from southampton fc from when my nephew worked at the dell on saturdays. When the saints closed the dell in 2001 before moving to st marys, they gave staff the chance to select certain items that they could have as a "souvenir" from the ground. My nephew was fortunate to acquire this original "seat number 165" in red and white. The seat is in excellent condition, bearing in mind their are signs of wear and tear (see photos)..