A 1960s A C Milan match pennant, embroidered with gold brocade, 42cm., 16 1/2in.
A 1965 bronze medal commemorating Inter's major honours, back-to-back European Cups and Intercontinental Cups in 1964 and 1965, and their nine national titles 1910, 1920, 1930, 1938, 1940, 1953, 1954, 1963 & 1965, the reverse inscribed F.C. INTERNAZIONALE, MILANO.
Dennis Viollet's 1956 F.A. Charity Shield plaque, in the form of a silver miniature replica of the F.A. Charity shield trophy mounted on an octagonal black bakelite backboard with easel support, inscribed MANCHESTER CITY v MANCHESTER UNITED, WEDNESDAY 24th OCTOBER 1956.
Noel Cantwell's debut Republic of Ireland international cap awarded for his appearance in the World Cup qualifier v Luxembourg in Dublin 28th October 1953, the green cap inscribed IRELAND V LUXEMBOURG (DUBLIN), 1953-54.
A medal commemorating the West Germany v Republic of Ireland international match played in Dusseldorf 11th May 1960, inscribed accordingly, in original fitted case The Republic of Ireland pulled off a memorable victory in his match through a goal by Paddy Fagan.
Jean Vincent's match-worn red Europe No.11 representative jersey from the match v the United Kingdom played at Windsor Park 13th August 1955, with cloth badge inscribed FIFA/UEFA, mounted, framed & glazed, 86 by 76cm., 34 by 30in.
Roy Bentley's match-worn green United Kingdom No.9 representative jersey from the match v Europe played at Windsor Park 13th August 1955, with cloth badge with embroidered UK national emblems and inscribed BRITISH XI v EUROPEAN XI, 1955, mounted, framed & glazed, 94 by 84cm., 37 by 33in.
A 1960s Manchester City match pennant, bearing the club crest to the front, the reverse inscribed MANCHESTER CITY F.C., 52cm., embroidered with gold brocade, 20 1/2in.
A 1975 UEFA European Cup continental silver runners-up medal, inscribed UEFA COUPE DES CLUBS CHAMPIONS EUROPEENS, 1975, in original case; sold together with a signed letter of provenance from Allan Clarke. In a final famous for its refereeing controversy and rioting in the stands, Bayern Munich defeated Leeds United 2-0.
The official international match pennant received by England captain Billy Wright from Hungary captain Ferenc Puskas before 'the game that changed everything' at Wembley Stadium 25th November 1953, a silkwork Hungarian tricolor bearing the pre-revolutionary Communist Rakosi Coat of Arms, inscribed MAGYAR NEPKOZTARSASAG, 1953, length 58cm., 22 3/4in.; sold together with a match ticket, a souvenir brochure and a period 10 by 8in. b&w press photo of the two teams taking to the field at Wembley.