Queens Park Rangers FC: a Merchant Navy prisoner-of-war tapestry dated 1942-43, bearing the Merchant Navy crest and inscribed QUEENS P. RANGERS, 1942-43, LEAGUE, WINNERS, CUP, FINALISTS, framed & glazed, 45 by 41cm., 17 3/4 by 16in.

This tapestry was made by Merchant Navy seamen at Milag Nord POW camp. They formed two teams, Newcastle United and QPR, and played each other regularly to keep spirits up. They even played a 'Cup final' every year. This continued for a period of four years.

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A UEFA plaque, in the form of a glazed ceramic roundel of the UEFA crest, mounted on a wooden backboard with a plaque inscribed 1954-1979, 25 YEARS UEFA, TO THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, 40 by 30cm., 15 3/4 by 12in.

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'Eddie' Magill: a green Northern Ireland No.2 international jersey, short-sleeved, white v-neck collar, embroidered badge.

This Northern Ireland 1963 Bukta Match Worn Home Shirt was gained as a swap by Maurice Norman from 'Eddie' Magill of Arsenal following the match at Wembley on 20th November 1963. This was the 8-3 game.

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A trophy shield for the Scotland v France international played in Paris 23rd May 1948, the silvered metal shield set with enamel French and Scottish flags and rampant red lion, inscribed with match details, mounted on a wooden backboard with easel support, height 11.5cm., 4 1/2in. France won this international 3-0.

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Phil Neal's Manager of the Month award season 1989-90, In the form of an Aynsley Bone China plate, the centre gilt with a trophy design and printed in pale blue Barclays Bank, Manager of the Month, Season 1989-1990, within a pale-blue border gilt with scrolls and foliage design, diameter 30.5cm., 12in.

Phil Neal was manager of Bolton Wanderers when he received this award.

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Luis Vinicio: a sky blue No.9 Italian Football League representative jersey, short-sleeved, white v-neck collar, embroidered cloth badge inscribed THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE, ITALIAN MATCH 1963-64. This match was played in the San Siro on 9th May 1964. The Italian League won 1-0.

Luis Vinicio was born in Brazil but came to Italy at the age of 23 to join Naples. His nickname was O Lione. He then transferred to Bologna and was a Vicenza player when representing the Italian League in 1964. In season 1965-66 he scored 25 goals in Serie A, a record that would not be broken until Marco van Basten eclipsed this feat in 1991-92. After his playing days he entered management in Italian football and has had many appointments including spells at Napoli and Lazio.

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Peter Storey's Arsenal 1970-71 double-winning medals, comprising: a 9ct. gold F.A. Cup winner's medal inscribed THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION CHALLENGE CUP, WINNERS, PETER STOREY, ARSENAL F.C.; and a 9ct. gold Football League medal plaque, inscribed THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE, CHAMPIONS, DIVISION 1, 1970-71, P.E. STOREY, ARSENAL F.C., mounted on a wooden backboard with easel support In season 1970-71 Arsenal won the double.

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