Peter Marinello's winner's presentation for the 1970 FAIRS Cup, in the form of a continental miniature silver plated replica of the Trophee Noel Beard, inscribed COUPE d'EUROPE DES FOIRES, TROPHEE NOEL BEARD, VAINQUEUR 1970, 28TH APRIL 1970, P. MARINELLO, fitted on an ebonised base, height 17cm., 6 1/2in.

In the 1970 Fairs Cup Final, Arsenal beat RSC Anderlecht 4-3 on aggregate to win their first European trophy. Peter Storey's trophy sold in these rooms 7th May 2008 for £6,500.

A 15ct. gold 1901 F.A. Cup winner's medal awarded to Tom Smith of Tottenham Hotspur, inscribed 1901, TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR, WINNERS, TOM SMITH, FOOTBALL; sold together with a repro photo of the Spurs 1901 Cup Winners.

Tom Smith was born in Maryport, Cumbria, 26th November 1876.

A blue Scotland v England international cap awarded to Celtic's Jimmy McMenemy in 1910, inscribed S v E, 1910, ex-Harold Mayes Collection and comes with a signed note of provenance from the acclaimed football writer.

This match was played at Hampden Park 2nd April 1910. McMenemy scored the opening goal in Scotland's 2-0 victory

A group of four medals awarded to W T Hancock of Nottingham Forest.

W T Hancock played in 26 F.A. Cup matches for Nottingham Forest between 1881 and 1889 and was a full-back in the club's pre-League era. Hancock became the Nottingham Forest Chairman in 1897 and served until 1920.

An unusual late 19th century football cap inscribed CHILE, FA, 1898, red velvet with gold wirework inscription.

The earliest football competition in Chile was organised in 1898, the MacClelland Cup, which was held in Valparaiso and lasted until 1910. Perhaps there is a connection to this cap. The Chile Football Association had been founded in 1895.