A maroon and blue Barcelona shirt. No.6, with crew-neck collar and printed badge FCB, the reverse lettered Xavi, the sleeves with La Liga flashes. The above shirt was worn by Xavi. Estimate: £400 - £600
A red Real Madrid shirt. No.7, with crew-neck collar and printed badge, the reverse lettered Ronaldo, the right sleeve with La Liga flash. The above shirt was worn by Cristiano Ronaldo in a match v Sevilla. Estimate: 600-800
A Lladro World Cup. The base inscribed FIFA World Cup, with printed and impressed factory marks, Lladro, Sport Billy Productions, by Salvador Furio, on original base, 16.1/2in. (41.5cm) high overall, in mint condition.
Lladro were commissioned by FIFA to produce a small quantity of full size replicas of the newly designed World Cup ready for the 1974 World Cup finals in Germany.
England World Cup 1966: a rare silver salver. Inscribed England World Cup Winners 1966, with twenty-two engraved autographs of the 1966 England World Cup-winning squad and also manager Alf Ramsey, Birmingham, 1972, 36cm (14in.) diameter.
A red Scotland International short-sleeved shirt. No.7, with v-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed The Scotland Football Association, with letter of authenticity from former Liverpool manager Roy Evans.
The above shirt was worn by Kenny Dalglish in an International match during the 1982-1985 seasons.
A white Santos v. Bahia short-sleeved shirt. No.10, with crew-neck collar and embroidered badge, inscribed S.F.C., the front of the shirt autographed by Pele, areas of staining, with letter of authenticity.
The above shirt was worn by Pele in the match against Bahia in 1969, the match ending in a 3-1 victory for Santos.
Hampden Heroes 2000: A large oil painting of the Greatest Ever Scotland Team. The image depicting the eleven Scottish Internationals who were voted by the Scottish public as the greatest ever Scotland line-up at the Hampden Heroes event on 3rd December 2000.
The line-up comprises: Danny McGrain; Willie Miller; Andy Goram; Billy McNeill; Graeme Souness; Eric Caldow; Jim Baxter; Denis Law; Billy Bremner; Kenny Dalglish; Jimmy Johnstone. Oil on canvas. 122 x 183cm (48 x 60in.) framed and glazed.
Provenance: Hampden Heroes, Sunday December 3 2000, Hampden Park. The above oil painting was one of the Hampden Heroes Grand Auction lots sold on the evening on the event.
A pair of black Adidas Copa Mundial match worn football boots. Size 9, worn by Paddy McCourt, each boot autographed. The above boot were worn by Paddy McCourt whilst playing for Celtic. Estimate: £100 - £150