This lot relates to the career of Celtic legend and Scotland International captain Alec `The Icicle` McNair. A blue Scotland v. England International cap, 1912 - inscribed S v E, 1912, area of tape marks. The above cap represents McNair`s 9th appearance. In the match played on the 23rd March 1912 at Hampden Park, Scotland and England drew the match 1-1
A white Scotland v. Ireland International shirt with lace-up collar and embroidered cloth badge, inscribed S v I, 1920. Areas of staining and holed in places The above shirt was worn by Alec McNair, In the match played on 13th March 1920 at Celtic Park, Scotland defeated Ireland 3-0.
A 9ct gold Scottish League medal. The obverse inscribed Scottish Football League, the reverse inscribed Celtic F.C., Ru.Up, William Hughes, 1930-31, with ring suspension. The above medal was awarded to William Hughes by Celtic F.C., Celtic ended the season as runners-up with 58 points. Estimate:£200 - £300
Set of six bert williams (wolverhampton wanderers f.C.) silver spoons, each engraved 'b.W. 1957' The spoons themselves were made by london silversmiths josiah williams & d. Fullerton in 1923, the engraving obviously being later. Each measures 4.75" long (approx. 12cm). They are presented in a later case. These came from bert's own collection, and were quite possibly a retirement gift, passed on to him when he quit professional goalkeeping in the same year.
Unique specially commissioned 22 carat gold plated pin badges to tribute celtic fc football history.50 pins& 1 extra for this years championship win.every badge comes with a fact card . The collection also includes a luxurious wooden collectors case to store & display your badges.each pin retails at £9.95. Each.thats over £500 worth & the box comes free. This is an ultimate gift for any Hoops fan.