A trophy shield for the Scotland v France international played in Paris 23rd May 1948, the silvered metal shield set with enamel French and Scottish flags and rampant red lion, inscribed with match details, mounted on a wooden backboard with easel support, height 11.5cm., 4 1/2in. France won this international 3-0.
Phil Neal's Manager of the Month award season 1989-90, In the form of an Aynsley Bone China plate, the centre gilt with a trophy design and printed in pale blue Barclays Bank, Manager of the Month, Season 1989-1990, within a pale-blue border gilt with scrolls and foliage design, diameter 30.5cm., 12in.
Phil Neal was manager of Bolton Wanderers when he received this award.
Luis Vinicio: a sky blue No.9 Italian Football League representative jersey, short-sleeved, white v-neck collar, embroidered cloth badge inscribed THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE, ITALIAN MATCH 1963-64. This match was played in the San Siro on 9th May 1964. The Italian League won 1-0.
Luis Vinicio was born in Brazil but came to Italy at the age of 23 to join Naples. His nickname was O Lione. He then transferred to Bologna and was a Vicenza player when representing the Italian League in 1964. In season 1965-66 he scored 25 goals in Serie A, a record that would not be broken until Marco van Basten eclipsed this feat in 1991-92. After his playing days he entered management in Italian football and has had many appointments including spells at Napoli and Lazio.
Peter Storey's Arsenal 1970-71 double-winning medals, comprising: a 9ct. gold F.A. Cup winner's medal inscribed THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION CHALLENGE CUP, WINNERS, PETER STOREY, ARSENAL F.C.; and a 9ct. gold Football League medal plaque, inscribed THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE, CHAMPIONS, DIVISION 1, 1970-71, P.E. STOREY, ARSENAL F.C., mounted on a wooden backboard with easel support In season 1970-71 Arsenal won the double.
A collection of lapel badges, pin badges and key rings, mostly associated with overseas clubs and Football Associations, some Spurs examples (a qty. in excess of 50)
A group of memorabilia relating to Maurice Norman's participation in the F.A. Centenary Match at Wembley in 1963, comprising: Maurice Norman's blue England international cap for this game v FIFA XI; his match-worn white England No.5 jersey with centenary badge; together with a cased wristwatch, the reverse inscribed CENTENARY MATCH, ENGLAND V F.I.F.A., OCTOBER 23RD 1963; a pewter tankard presented by the F.A.; and a framed group of facsimile signatures for the two teams. This was Norman's 12th appearance for England.
A green No.4 South Africa National League XI jersey worn in the match v Tottenham Hotspur in Cape Town 31st May 1963, short-sleeved, gold v-neck collar, embroidered felt badge.
Daan Schrijvers: an orange Holland No.4 international jersey, long-sleeved, crew-neck collar, embroidered badge.
A .750 continental gold & enamel European Cup Winners' Cup winner's medal 1962-63, inscribed UEFA, COUPE DES VAINQUEURS DE COUPE EUROPEENNE Tottenham Hotspur became the first British team to win one of the major European football competitions with a 5-1 demolition of Atletico Madrid in Rotterdam.
Maurice Norman's 1961 F.A. Cup final Tottenham Hotspur tracksuit, the white zip-up top with blue piping, cockerel and inscribed WEMBLEY 1961, the reverse inscribed SPURS; together with a pair of blue tracksuit bottoms with white stripes.