A Portuguese Football Association presentation, in the form of a mantel clock with stylised figure of a footballer, the base inscribed FEDERACAO PORTUGUESA DE FUTEBOL, height 24cm., 9 1/2in.
Estimate: £100 - £150
The gold watch presented by Tottenham Hotspur to club captain Danny Blanchflower to commemorate the 1960-61 double winning season, a gentlemen's Longines 9ct. gold automatic wristwatch, 1960, with silvered dial signed Longines Flagship, Automatic, gilt baton and Arabic markers, sweep centre seconds, self-winding, the case inscribed PRESENTED TO R.D. BLANCHFLOWER (CAPTAIN) BY TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR F.C. ON WINNING THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE AND THE F.A. CUP, 1961, 18ct. gold strap, original Harrods retail case; sold together with a signed letter of authenticity from Gayle Blanchflower dated 2003.
Sold for £7000
An 18ct. gold watch presented to the Football Association Secretary Sir Frederick J. Wall upon his retirement in 1935, stamped A.L.D inside case and WALTHAM, U.S.A. to dial, inscribed inside PRESENTED TO, SIR FREDERICK J. WALL, BY THE MEMBERS OF THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE SECRETARIES AND MANAGERS ASSOCIATION, AS A TOKEN OF ESTEEM AND REGARD AND IN APPRECIATION OF THE GREAT SERVICE HE HAS RENDERED TO FOOTBALL, DURING HIS LONG AND HONOURED CAREER, SECRETARY OF THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, JUNE 1935.
Sir Frederick Joseph Wall (1858-1944) became Secretary of the Football Association in 1895 and held the position until his retirement in 1934, at which point he took a Directorship at Arsenal FC until 1938. He was knighted in the 1930 New Year Honours.
The gold watch presented by Tottenham Hotspur to Bobby Smith to commemorate the 1960-61 double winning season, a gentlemen's Longines 9ct. gold automatic wristwatch, 1960, with silvered dial signed Longines Flagship, Automatic, gilt baton and Arabic markers, sweep centre seconds, self winding, the case inscribed PRESENTED TO R.A. SMITH (PLAYER) BY TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR F.C. ON WINNING THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE AND THE F.A. CUP IN 1961, lizard skin strap by Morellato, Italy, signed buckle.
Bobby Smith joined Spurs from Chelsea in 1955 and became an integral part of Bill Nicholson's team that would win the souble in 1960-61, the F.A. Cup again in 1962 and the European Cup WInners' Cup in 1963. The centre-forward made 271 League appearances for Tottenham Hotspur, scoring 176 goals.
An 18ct. gold pocket watch presented to the Bolton Wanderers player Jack Smith in commemoration of the club's historic win in the first Wembley F.A. Cup Final in 1923, by Thomas Russell & Son, Liverpool, hallmarked Chester, 1922, serial no.5689, the interior inscribed PRESENTED TO, J.R. SMITH, COMMEMORATING, ASSOC. CUP FINAL, 28/4/23, BOLTON 2 WEST HAM 0
Jack Smith was a Scottish centre-forward who made 147 League appearances for Bolton Wanderers between 1922 and 1928. He also helped Bolton win the Cup again in 1926. His son and grandson also played football for Bolton Wanderers, Jack Denver Smith and Barry Smith.
This is a great watch circa 1960 approximately, winding and working well I have never seen these and the only research I can find is that "Coppell" made kits way back.
I think that these watches were given to Real Madrids opposing teams as a gift but I will leave it to potential buyers to do there own research. A great looking watch for the die hard Real Madrid Spanish football fan. It measures 35mm across 33mm without crown and 36mm lugs to lugs it really is a stunning vintage piece.
A limited edition titanium and ceramic automatic chronograph wristwatch with date ref 301 no 152/250 case 678578 big bang for euro spanish football team circa 2008.
• automatic nickel lever movement, 27 jewels • black matte dial, applied red indexes, aperture for date, FCF logo • BIg Bang case, bezel highlighted by 6 screws. rectangular pushers, sapphire crystal display back secured by 6 screws • case, dial and movement signed • with a Hublot folding clasp diameter 45 mm
A limited edition titanium and ceramic automatic chronograph wristwatch with date and registers no 240/250 big bang for the Mexican Football Federation circa 2007.
• automatic nickel lever movement, 27 jewels • black matte dial, applied green indexes, aperture for date, FCF logo • BIg Bang case, bezel highlighted by 6 screws. rectangular pushers, sapphire crystal display back secured by 6 screws • case, dial and movement signed • with a Hublot folding clasp, diameter 44.5 mm
An Art Deco wooden cased mantel clock presented to the Arsenal footballer Jack Lambert, set with a plaque reading PRESENTED TO JACK LAMBERT IN APPRECIATION OF HIS SPLENDID SPORTSMANSHIP WHILE PLAYING FOR ARSENAL F.C., FROM SOME OF HIS MANY ADMIRERS, movement stamped Haller, with key. Sold for £650
A 1923 F.A. Cup Final presentation gold pocket watch awarded to W. Jennings, an 18ct gold full hunter pocket watch by Thomas Russell & Son, Liverpool, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, the adjusted Swiss movement number 6406, with an inner case inscribed "Presented to W. Jennings Commemorative Assoc. Cup Final 28/4/23.
Bolton 2. West Ham 0.", in a fitted case bearing the retailer name "J.H. Proffitt, Watchmaker and Jeweller, 145-147 Great Moor Street, Bolton".
Presumably awarded to each of the victorious Bolton Wanderers team on their return to the town following their historic victory.