An elaborate 1930s football trophy, with three chromed footballers supporting a metal football that opens at the equator, all on a stepped base, 59cm., 23in.
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.
A silver-plated miniature replica of The Football Association Challenge Trophy, by Toye, Kenning & Spencer Ltd, London, inscribed THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION CHALLENGE TROPHY, fitted on an ebonised plinth with a plated band, in original fitted box, height 25.5cm., 10in.
A silver-plated miniature replica of The Football Association Challenge Vase, inscribed FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION CHALLENGE VASE, fitted on an ebonised plinth with a plated band, in original box, height 24cm., 9in.
Dennis Viollet's 1956 F.A. Charity Shield plaque, in the form of a silver miniature replica of the F.A. Charity shield trophy mounted on an octagonal black bakelite backboard with easel support, inscribed MANCHESTER CITY v MANCHESTER UNITED, WEDNESDAY 24th OCTOBER 1956.
A match presentation from IFK Gothenburg's 1986-87 UEFA Cup winning campaign, relating to the quarter-final tie v Inter 4th March, an enamelled metal model of a Viking long boat, on marble base with inscribed plaque, length 20cm., 8n.
A silver miniature replica of the F.A. Charity Shield 1985, inscribed FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION CHARITY SHIELD, GENERAL MOTORS F.A. CHARITY SHIELD, EVERTON v MANCHESTER UNITED 10th AUGUST 1985, black bakelite backboard, lacking original easel support.
The original recipient of this shield is unknown.
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 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
Peter Marinello's winner's presentation for the 1970 FAIRS Cup, in the form of a continental miniature silver plated replica of the Trophee Noel Beard, inscribed COUPE d'EUROPE DES FOIRES, TROPHEE NOEL BEARD, VAINQUEUR 1970, 28TH APRIL 1970, P. MARINELLO, fitted on an ebonised base, height 17cm., 6 1/2in.
In the 1970 Fairs Cup Final, Arsenal beat RSC Anderlecht 4-3 on aggregate to win their first European trophy. Peter Storey's trophy sold in these rooms 7th May 2008 for £6,500.