Rare antique football set from Happy families style Old Maid set of playing cards 1905 -1920. 6 cards in Football set - father,mother,son, daughter, grandfather and grandmother.
A Football Association Youth Cup runners-up trophy plaque awarded to a West Bromwich Albion player in season 1968-69, in the form of a bronze shield set on a black bakelite backboard with an easel support, inscribed THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, YOUTH CHALLENGE CUP, COMPETITION, RUNNERS-UP 1968-69.
UEFA European Cup winner's medal season 1977-78, in continental yellow metal, inscribed UEFA, COUPE DES CLUBS CHAMPIONS EUROPEENS, 1978, in original fitted case.
A 1963-64 Football League Division 1 Championship winner's medal awarded to Willie Stevenson of Liverpool FC, in 9ct. gold, inscribed THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE, CHAMPIONS, DIVISION 1, SEASON 1963-64, , W. STEVENSON.
A group of six Alf Sherwood international shirt badges. Four Wales badges in three separate styles, inscribed badges v Ireland 1949-50 & 1953-54 and v England 1950-51 & badges gained after shirt swaps v Ireland and v Scotland in 1949-50.
David Faiclough's red Liverpool No.12 jersey worn during his celebrated performance and dramatic late goal in the European Cup quarter-final 2nd Leg 3-1 win over St Etienne at Anfield 16th March 1977.
A collection of memorabilia relating to Harry Cavan (IFA President & FIFA Senior Vice President)
Comprising: a FIFA boxed set of six table mats produced for the 1966 World Cup with pictorial views of the stadiums used for World Cup Finals 1950 to 1966, a 1970 World Cup.
George Best green Northern Ireland No.7 jersey worn in the World Cup qualifier v Switzerland at Windsor Park, Belfast, 14th October 1964, short-sleeved, white v-neck collar & cuffs, square I.F.A. cloth badge.
Sold with a letter of provenance. The letter of provenance supplied by the consignor states that this jersey came from the Noel Cantwell collection.
Bert Sproston's Bolton Wanderers blazer badge from the 1958 F.A. Cup final v Manchester United.
Silk & wirework Bolton club crest inscribed beneath F.A. CUP FINAL, 1958; sold with Sproston's place setting card from the post-match banquet. Sproston was the Bolton Wanderers trainer.