Billy Jennings' Wales shirt 1914, the red jersey with white cuffs, crew neck collar and drawstrings, with a cream embroidered shield shaped badge with rampant dragon and "F.A.W.", dated 1914. Accompanied by the itinerary cards for Wales v Scotland, Glasgow 28th February 1914 (0-0) and Wales v England, Cardiff, 16th March 1914 (0-2).

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1926 F.A. Cup winners medal won by Billy Jennings, a 15ct gold medal, the obverse inscribed "1926", the reverse inscribed "Bolton Wanderers. F.A. Cup Winners At Wembley. W. Jennings". In the above F.A. Cup Final match played on 24th April 1926, Bolton Wanderers returned to Wembley and on this occasion beat Manchester City 1-0.

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Billy Jennings' 1923 F.A. Cup Final Bolton Wanderers shirt, the white shirt with crew neck collar with drawstrings, worn by Billy when playing in the first ever F.A. Cup final played at the "new" Wembley stadium.

The game resulted in a 2-0 win for Bolton Wanderers over West Ham with King George V presenting the trophy. The crowd on the day was officially 126,047 but was estimated to be as high as 300,000.

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A 1923 F.A. Cup Final presentation gold pocket watch awarded to W. Jennings, an 18ct gold full hunter pocket watch by Thomas Russell & Son, Liverpool, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, the adjusted Swiss movement number 6406, with an inner case inscribed "Presented to W. Jennings Commemorative Assoc. Cup Final 28/4/23.

Bolton 2. West Ham 0.", in a fitted case bearing the retailer name "J.H. Proffitt, Watchmaker and Jeweller, 145-147 Great Moor Street, Bolton".
Presumably awarded to each of the victorious Bolton Wanderers team on their return to the town following their historic victory.

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A red Manchester United short-sleeved shirt. No.18, with crew-neck collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed Manchester United, the reverse lettered Scholes, the sleeves with Barclays Premier League 08/09 Champions flashes, with certificate of authenticity. The above shirt was worn by Paul Scholes in a match during the 2009-10 season. Estimate: £300 - £500

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1981 Centenary F.A.Cup final: a white Minerva Super leather football bearing twenty-seven Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur player autographs. To commemorate the 100th F.A.Cup final 100 balls were fully signed by both teams and an example give to each player, this ball was presented to Dave Bennett. Estimate: £300-500

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A 9ct gold Manchester City v. Tottenham Hotspur 1981 Centenary F.A.Cup final runners-up medal. The obverse inscribed The Football Association, the reverse inscribed The Football Association, Challenge Cup, Runners Up, the rim inscribed Season 1980-81, with ring suspension, in original fitted case.

In the above Centenary F.A.Cup final replay played on the 14th May 1981 at Wembley Tottenham Hotspur defeated Manchester City 3-2. The first match ending in a 1-1 draw. The lot is the property of former Manchester City and Coventry midfielder Dave Bennett. Estimate: £ 1500-2500

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