A white England v Ireland international football cap awarded to John Holt of Everton FC in 1892, dated 1892.
This match was played at Solitude, Belfast. England won 2-0 through a brace of goals by Harry Daft.
Alan Mullery's blue England international cap for the 1969 Tour of Central and South America, v Mexico, Uruguay and Brazil.
Provenance: Presented by Mullery to "Dennie" Mancini, Landlord of the Lord Palmerston Pub in the Kings Road where the cap was put on display together with England caps from two other Fulham internationals Johnny Haynes and George Cohen, see the two previous lots.
George Cohen's blue England international cap for the 1966-67 British Home Championship internationals v Wales, Northern Ireland & Scotland.
The 1966-67 Home Internationals has remained famous for Scotland's victory at Wembley over George Cohen and his fellow England World Cup winners, allowing them to declare themselves 'World Champions.'
Johnny Haynes England international cap for the match v Italy in 1961. This was a friendly played in the Olympic Stadium, Rome. A late Jimmy Greaves goal clinched a 3-2 victory.
Provenance: Presented by Haynes to "Dennie" Mancini, Landlord of the Lord Palmerston Pub in the Kings Road where the cap was put on display together with England caps from two other Fulham internationals George Cohen and Alan Mullery, see the two proceeding lots.
A blue Scotland amateur international cap awarded to Bert McCann of Queen's Park in season 1954-55, inscribed AMATEUR, S v E, S v I, S v W, 1954-55; sold together with a file of printed information on the match. Bert McCann when later playing inside-right for Motherwell won five full Scotland international caps between 1959 and 1961.
Sold for £220
Rare, presentation braided football cap dated 1906 - 07 from the Glasgow Junior Football Association. The cap was presented to Matthew Thomson when playing for Glasgow club, Maryhill. Matthew went on to play 237 games for Woolwich Arsenal including 100 senior appearances between 1909 - 1914. Also included is an original photograph of Matthew Thomson in his Woolwich Arsenal strip from his personal collection (purchased recently at auction).
A football cap bearing a CFC monogram, believed to be Corinthian Football Club, dated 1915, interior inscribed with various players names.
The Corinthian Football Club was an English football team, based in London, that played at various venues including Crystal Palace, Queen's Club and Leyton. The team was founded in 1882 by N. Lane Jackson, assistant secretary of the Football Association, with the intention of developing a squad capable of challenging the supremacy of the Scotland football team.
A blue Scotland v England international cap awarded to Bert McCann of Motherwell in season 1960-61, inscribed S v E, 1960-61; sold together with a match programme, a file of printed information on the match, and John Swinburne's 1986 publication Motherwell Football Club A History of the, Steelemen 1886-1986.
This cap was from the 9-3 game at Wembley Stadium, 15th April 1961.
Joe Smith's red & blue Football Association Tour of Canada representative cap 1926, wirework and silk crest inscribed ENGLAND, CANADA and with a design incorporating F.A. monogram, rose and lions, dated 1926.
Bolton Wanderers's Joe Smith is 10th in the all time list of England top-flight League goalscorers, netting 243 times. In an illustrious career who won two F.A. Cup winner's medals, and later as a manager guided Blackpool to their famous Cup win in 1953.