An official Chelsea FC pennant for the match v Internazionale in Milan 8th June 1950, the centre with a silk and wirework figure of a Chelsea Pensioner, in between the match inscription, 43cm., 17in.
A 1960s A C Milan match pennant, embroidered with gold brocade, 42cm., 16 1/2in.
A 1960s Manchester City match pennant, bearing the club crest to the front, the reverse inscribed MANCHESTER CITY F.C., 52cm., embroidered with gold brocade, 20 1/2in.
A Budapest Honved pennant dated 1956, red & white silk with club crest, length 46cm., 18in. Ferenc Puskas was the captain of Honved in 1956.
Honved entered the European Cup in 1956 and were drawn against Atletico Bilbao in the first round. Honvéd lost the away leg 2-3, but before the home leg could be played, the Hungarian Revolution erupted in Budapest.
The official international match pennant received by England captain Billy Wright from Hungary captain Ferenc Puskas before 'the game that changed everything' at Wembley Stadium 25th November 1953, a silkwork Hungarian tricolor bearing the pre-revolutionary Communist Rakosi Coat of Arms, inscribed MAGYAR NEPKOZTARSASAG, 1953, length 58cm., 22 3/4in.; sold together with a match ticket, a souvenir brochure and a period 10 by 8in. b&w press photo of the two teams taking to the field at Wembley.
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.