The blue West Bromwich Albion shirt worn by Bert Trentham in the 1935 F.A. Cup Final, long-sleeved with white collar & cuffs.

The embroidered silkwork badge bearing the West Bromwich municipal crest and inscribed 1934-35, the back of the neck with a tag inscribed in ink H. TRENTHAM.

A silver-plated football trophy shield roundel circa 1920, with five players in raised relief and portraying the goalkeeper saving a shot on goal, the referee and a packed grandstand beyond, 16 by 11cm.

The match ball from the F.A. Cup semi-final West Bromwich Albion v Blackburn Rovers played at Liverpool Football Club's Anfield Ground 30th March 1912.

The brown leather ball mounted with a silver plaque inscribed ENGLISH CUP, SEMI-FINAL, WEST BROMWICH ALBION v BLACKBURN ROVERS, AT LIVERPOOL, 30th MARCH 1912. The game ended as a 0-0 draw, with West Brom progressing to the Final through a 1-0 victory in the replay at Hillsborough.

The blue Bristol City shirt worn by Bob Hardy in the F.A. Cup Final v Manchester United played at The Crystal Palace 24th April 1909.

Made by Harris's Sports Depot, Bristol, long-sleeved, the cloth badge with silkwork City Arms of Bristol; sold together with a Bristol published supplement (poor condition) that featured the 1909 Cup Final and includes a team-group portrait of the Bristol City Team.

A 1908 F.A. Cup winner's medal awarded to Billy Wooldridge of Wolverhampton Wanderers, in 15ct. gold, inscribed 1908, THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS F.C., ENGLISH CUP, WINNERS, 1907-8, W.T. WOOLDRIDGE, CAPTAIN.

Vintage football equipment, comprising: a pair of brown leather shin pads; two brass football inflators, one stamped ''Football King''; Frank Sugg Ltd.; and two referee's whistle, a patent ''League Whistle'' by John Piggott of Cheapside, London; and a patent ''The Acme Whistle''

An 1899 Italian National Football Championship runners-up medal awarded to a player from Internazionale Torino, silver, inscribed CAMPIONATO NAZIONALE, 1899, the reverse inscribed FOOTBALL.

White & blue ribbon The 1899 Championship consisted of the same four teams that competed in the inaugural competition the year before.