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.
A .750 continental gold & enamel European Cup Winners' Cup winner's medal 1962-63, inscribed UEFA, COUPE DES VAINQUEURS DE COUPE EUROPEENNE Tottenham Hotspur became the first British team to win one of the major European football competitions with a 5-1 demolition of Atletico Madrid in Rotterdam.
A 9ct. gold F.A. Cup winner's medal season 1961-62, the reverse inscribed The Football Association Challenge Cup, Winners, in original case In 1962 Tottenham Hotspur won the F.A. Cup for the second year in succession with a 3-1 win over Burnley.
A Glasgow Charity Cup winner's medal season 1877-78, inscribed GLASGOW CHARITY CUP, J.T. RICHMOND, QUEEN'S PARK F.C. James Tassie Richmond was born at Anderston, Glasgow, on 22nd March 1858.
A 9ct. gold & enamel West Ham United medal commemorating their promotion to Division One and their F.A. Cup final appearance in 1923.
A Football Association and a Dutch Football Association badge, both worked in coloured silk thread and gold wire, the English badge by George Kenning & Son and inscribed FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION 1908, the Dutch badge inscribed N.V.B., 1912.