A dish presented on the occasion of the John White Memorial Match Tottenham Hotspur v Scotland XI 11th November 1964, electroplate, presentation inscription, length 15cm., 6in.

Estimate £400 – £600

Ronnie Rees: a Wales No.7 international jersey worn in the match v Denmark 1st December 1965, long-sleeved, the FAW badge inscribed WORLD CUP V DENMARK 1965-6.

Coventry City's Rees scored in this 4-2 World Cup Qualification win at Wrexham. The game was close to being cancelled due to heavy early winter snow.

A collection of schools & senior medals and badges awarded to George Theodos, contained in a leather bag and including a silver & enamel Welsh Schools Shield winner's medal, a 9ct. gold Wales v England 1920 schools' international medal, FAW amateur trial blazer badge and a miscellany of other medals and badges, mostly in silver.

Estimate £300 – £500

Robbie James: a yellow Wales No.8 international jersey season 1984-85, short-sleeved.

This jersey was prepared for the World Cup qualifier v Spain in Seville 17th October 1984. Wales lost the game 3-0. James had many teams during his career and was a Stoke City player at this time.

The match ball used when Celtic won the Scottish League Championship in the game v Queen's Park at Parkhead 28th April 1931, signed by the Queen's Park team.

The ball inscribed QUEEN'S PARK BF.C. LTD, TO MR. Wm. STEELE J.P., PRESIDENT, CONCLUDING GAME IN LEAGUE, APRIL 28th 1931, VERSUS CELTIC FC, AT PARKHEAD, RESULT, CELTIC 1 QUEENS PARK 1, TO Mr. Wm. STEELE FROM THE BOYS AT HAMPDEN IN REMEMBRANCE OF A VERY HAPPY TIME DURING HIS TERM AS PRESIDENT 1929-3.

Wyn Davies: a yellow Wales No.9 international jersey worn in the World Cup qualifier v Denmark in Copenhagen 21st October 1964, long-sleeved, the FAW badge inscribed WORLD CUP V DENMARK 1964-5.

This rare yellow Umbro-style shirt was only used twice by the side. Wales lost 1-0. Davies was a Bolton Wanderers player at the time of selection.

Two official match pennants presented to the Republic of Ireland during the 1983 Toulon U-21 Tournament.

The first from the Argentinian F.A. dated 7th June, the other the French F.A. with the general tournament dates, both in silkwork, the French slightly larger 50 by 40cm. 20 by 16in.

Ian Rush: a signed Wales No.9 international jersey dating from 1986, signed in black marker pen to the reverse No.9, short-sleeved.

Liverpool's Ian Rush holds the Wales all-time international goal scoring record of 28 goals. This jersey came from the collection of Robbie James who exchanged one of his own shirts with his Welsh international team-mate.

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