Malcolm Page: a red Wales No.2 international jersey 1977-78, with yellow & green stripes, by Admiral in Airtex, short-sleeved.

This jersey was from the 0-0 draw in Kuwait 20th September 1977. Page was with Birmingham City at this time.

A FIFA replica of the World Cup Championship Trophy commemorating the tournament in Rio in 2000.

Silvered metal, set with title plaque to the base, in fitted case, overall height of trophy 14cm., 5 1/2in., trophy needs reapplying to base.

A green & red quartered England cap awarded to Stanley Matthews for the 'Battle of Highbury' international v Italy at Highbury 14th November 1934, inscribed 1934-35.

The "Battle of Highbury" was the name given to the football match between England and reigning World Champions Italy that took place on 14 November 1934 at Arsenal's ground.

A 15ct. gold Football League Championship medal awarded to Harry Moger the goalkeeper in Manchester United's first ever League Division One winning team, inscribed MANCHESTER UNITED F C, H. MOGER, LEAGUE CHAMPIONS, SEASON, 1907 1908, in original fitted case.

Henry Herbert "Harry" Moger was born September 1879 in Southampton. The goalkeeper began his career with local sides Forest Swifts and Freemantle before joining Southampton of the Southern League in the summer of 1900 where for the most part he was understudy to the England international 'keeper Jack Robinson.

Peter Rodrigues: a green Wales No.2 international jersey worn in the match v Poland 26th September 1973,long-sleeved, the FAW badge inscribed V POLAND 1973/74.

This was the first time that Wales had worn green shirts in a modern-day international. It was also the last international appearance for Sheffield Wednesday's Rodrigues. The occasion was the World Cup qualifier in Katowice. Wales lost 3-0 and had Trevor Hockey sent-off in the 39th minute.

A purple England v Scotland international cap awarded to Arsenal's Joe Hulme for the famous 'Wembley Wizards' match at Wembley 31st March 1928, inscribed 1927-28; ex Harold Mayes collection and comes with a signed note of provenance from the acclaimed football writer.

The Wembley Wizards is a nickname for the Scotland team that bewildered the English at Wembley in 1928 inflicting a devastating 5-1 defeat. Alex Jackson scored a hat-trick and Alex James netted a brace.

A group of three South East Counties League winner's medals awarded to unknown Tottenham Hotspur youth team players, two for season 1991-92, the other 1992-93, gilt-metal & enamel in original fitted cases.

26 & 27 October Sporting Memorabilia