Chaabane Merzekane: a red & white Algeria No.3 international jersey season 1981-82,short-sleeved. This jersey relates to the match v Republic of Ireland in Algiers 28th April 1982.

This is a rare 3rd change Algeria jersey, the nation's first and second choices being green and white both of which clash with the Republic.

Brian Flynn: a signed yellow & green Wales No.8 international jersey from the match v Norway 21st September 1983, signed in black marker pen, long-sleeved.

With Leeds United at this time, Flynn was one of the greatest servants to Welsh football in the 1970s and 80s, and later as manager of the intermediate and youth sides.

A 9ct. gold F.A. Amateur Cup runners-up medal, uninscribed with match details, with an Assay Office date stamp for 1908-09, suggesting this medal was awarded to an Eston United player in the 1908-09 Final following the defeat to Clapton, replacement case.

Sold for £150

A blue Scotland international cap 1935-36 awarded to the Chelsea goalkeeper John Jackson, inscribed S v W, S v I, 1935-36.

John Jackson had moved to Chelsea from Partick Thistle. He won a total of eight Scotland international caps and also represented the Football League four times. After retiring from football he became a professional golfer.

A silver miniature replica of the F.A. Charity Shield 1985, inscribed FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION CHARITY SHIELD, GENERAL MOTORS F.A. CHARITY SHIELD, EVERTON v MANCHESTER UNITED 10th AUGUST 1985, black bakelite backboard, lacking original easel support.

The original recipient of this shield is unknown.

A West Bromwich Albion badge commemorating the double achievement of the F.A. Cup Final victory and the Promotion to Division One in season 1930-31.

A large enamel pin badge with club throstle crest, F.A. Cup trophy, throstle and inscribed F.A. CUP WINNERS, W.B. ALBION, WEMBLEY 1931, PROMOTION 2nd TO 1st DIV, soldered replacement over long pin to reverse, probably had a buttonhole fitting originally.

A Budapest Honved pennant dated 1956, red & white silk with club crest, length 46cm., 18in. Ferenc Puskas was the captain of Honved in 1956.

Honved entered the European Cup in 1956 and were drawn against Atletico Bilbao in the first round. Honvéd lost the away leg 2-3, but before the home leg could be played, the Hungarian Revolution erupted in Budapest.

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