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									Sale to Commence at 11am Prompt Motor Sports 1. BAR HONDA FORMULA ONE TEAM RACE SUIT by Sparco, FIA full regulation apparel with labels to outer and inner neck line collar, rare split colour sponsorship 1 st season 1999 including Lucky tyre, Run Free and Magneti Marelli with false zipper to front, fine condition c/w colour photograph 12” x8” showing the pit crew in action wearing the suits. £100-200 2. JOHNNY HERBERT BENNETON FORMULA ONE RACE SUIT by OMP, FIA Nomex 3 full regulation practice race worn suit for 1989 season with F1 compliance labels to inner neck line collar and belt, additionally embroidered JOHNNY HERBERT, green and yellow striking Colours of Benetton with logos 1989 season suit, fine condition c/w 4 b/w and colour photographs and press cuttings showing the Herbert in this suit and driving the Ford engine Benetton F1 car Illus £200-300 3. JOHNNY HERBERT FORMULA ONE LOTUS STEERING WHEEL of 1994, a Momo steering wheel fitted to Johnny Herbert‟s F1 Lotus 109 of 1994, red suede grip over aircraft alloy 3 spoke frame, 10” diameter with assorted race cockpit adjust controls still fitted with electric switchgear to rear, Team Lotus domed badge to centre, fine condition, mounted against grey velour, brass plaque reads “Team lotus, F1 Steering wheel, Original Equipment on the Lotus 109 as Driven by Johnny Herbert in 1994” in wood framed and glazed display case 13” x 13” x 4” c/w an Autosport magazine article showing Herbert in the 109 with the steering wheel in clear view and an A4 colour photograph of Herbert in the Lotus 109 coming into the pits (possibly Spa). Illus £150-250 4. ALEXANDER WURZ BENNETON FORMULA ONE RACE WORN SUIT by Sparco, FIA Nomex 3 full regulation suit for 1998 season with F1 compliance labels to inner neck line and outer collar, Sparco date label marked WURZ, 01-07-95 ref 23/98, blue suit with striking United Colours of Benetton logos, Alexander Wurz embroidered to belt, Bridgestone Mild Seven and Fed-Ex sponsors, zip and Velcro front, fine condition, note, Wurz is currently test driver for Brawn GP. Illus £200-400 Note Wurz's Formula One debut was on June 15, 1997 at Montreal for Benetton filling in for fellow Austrian Gerhard Berger, who couldn't race due to illness. Wurz impressed with a podium position in his third race before returning to being a test driver upon Berger's return to the cockpit at the German Grand Prix, which Berger won. However, Wurz was rewarded with a full-time race seat for the 1998 season with Benetton and spent three more seasons at the team, partnered each year by Giancarlo Fisichella. A strong start to 1998 suggested a bright future, and even attracted the interest of Ferrari. 5. JORDAN X WING DAMON HILL CAR: A front X wing carbon fibre spoiler aerodynamic aid as fitted to Damon Hill‟s Formula One Jordan 198 car No 9, yellow livery with Jordan, Master Card and B&H sponsor decals, stands 17” tall and 12” wide c/w COA from Jordan Grand Prix signed by MD Trevor Foster and 4 colour images of the wing fitted to the car with Hill driving and a Jordan Press Pack. £50-100 6. JORDAN SPOLIER END PLATE DAMON HILL CAR: A rear wing carbon fibre spoiler end plate as fitted to Damon Hill‟s Formula One Jordan 198 car No 9, yellow livery with H.P, Master Card and number 9 sponsor decals, 20” x16” c/w COA from Jordan Grand Prix signed by MD Trevor Foster and an A4 colour photograph of Hills car with the actual board fitted to the car. £50-100 7. JORDAN RACING TEAM SHIRT: A genuine Jordan racing Formula One Team shirt in yellow showing B&H, MasterCard, HP and Scania logos, size 15-1/2, embroidered Nigel to chest, unused, £20-30 8. RUBENS BARRICHELLO JORDAN RACE WORN SHIRT: A Jordan Racing Formula One team shirt, race worn and embroidered to chest Rubens, yellow livery with early green trimmed short sleeves, made by Slam, showing Unipart, Peugeot F1, Total and Scania sponsor logos. £30-50 9. MINARDI FORMULA ONE RACE TEAM SHIRT: Unused official Minardi Team shirt from 1999, blue green livery with Telefonica, Fondmetal Doimo sponsor logos, size 4 with packaging. £30-50 10. MARC GENE SIGNED FORMULA ONE MINARDI RACE SUIT: A Formula One race worn Minardi suit by Sparco, worn by Marc Gene and signed by him to chest and as well as on the Sparco carry bag, full FIA compliance labels, Sparco inner label marked Gene, dated 1999, blue green livery with Telefonica, Bridgestone, Magneti Marelli and other sponsors, padded elbow pads, with 2 colour pictures of the signing event, additional colour A4 photographs showing Gene wearing the suit and with Minardi Team members inc Luca Badoer and Schumacher of Ferrari. Illus £200-300 Note: In November 2004 Marc joined of the Ferrari Scuderia as test driver. He works alongside long-term test driver Luca Badoer, whom he raced with in 1999 in the Minardi squad and following the team‟s continued success Gene has remained at Maranello testing on Ferrari‟s Mugello and Fiorano circuits. 11. JACQUE VILLENEUVE CRASH DAMAGED FORMULA ONE WHEEL: The front alloy wheel from Jacques Villeneuve‟s crash damaged BAR Formula one car which hit the barrier at Eau rouge corner in practice session Spa Grand Prix, Belgium 1999, bright blue finish with extensive gravel marks to front, BAR marking to inner well, c/w colour photograph of the actual crash event and a COA from F1 and More showing the car on Spa circuit with crash location identified. £50-100

12. RUBENS BARRACHELLO CARBON FRONT WING SIGNED: A carbon fibre front wing inner trailing edge plate from the 1994 Jordan No 14 car of Rubens Barrichello, measuring approx 10” x7”, Goodyear sponsor logo, signed in black sharpie by Rubens Barrichello, c/w 3 colour photographs of the car and part. £30-50 13. MARK BLUNDELL SIGNED VISOR 1994 F1: A genuine race worn crash helmet visor signed by Mark Blundell during the FIA Formula One World Championship of 1994 whilst driving for Tyrrell, c/w Formula 1 World COA and an Onyx miniature replica Blundell Tyrrell helmet in display case. £50-75 14. 2001 F1 FORMULA ONE ANNUAL SIGNED by MANSELL: F1 2001 Annual, Edited by Nigel Mansell, signed “Nigel Mansell-Red 5” in black sharpie to frontis, 1st edition 2001, hard back, glossy DJ 672 pages, full colour, mint copy. £30-50 15. EDDY IRVINE SIGNED RACE GLOVES: A pair of race worn Sparco gloves, red with leather palms, signed by Eddie Irvine in the 1994/5 season, c/w signed Irvine colour photograph, F1 Grand Prix COA in glazed shadow frame 16” x14” and 2 further colour photographs of Irvine‟s Jordan and race memorabilia display. £75-100 16. JENSEN BUTTON SIGNED RACE GLOVES: A pair of Sparco blue grey race worn gloves signed by Jensen Button after his grand Prix race in Australia 2001 whilst driving for Williams BMW, in glazed shadow frame 17” x17” c/w COA from Final Lap and a signed colour photograph of Jensen from the 2001 season. Illus £100-200 Note: Jensen Button is currently leading the 2009 World F1Drivers and Constructors Championship for Brawn GP 17. RUBENS BARRICHELLO REAR WING END PLATE: A Jordan rear wing end plate in carbon fibre from car 11 driven by Rubens Barrichello in 1995-7 season, measuring approx 23” x19, gold livery with HP, Control & Plose sponsor logos, adjuster ribs to centre, c/w magazine article on Barrichello and colour photo of the car with end plate fitted. £50-75 18. LOTUS FRONT WING END PLATE: A Camel sponsored Lotus front wing end plate no 102-2009 from car type 102 (the only F1 lotus to use a Lamborghini V12 engine) measuring 35” x10”, car driven by Warwick, Donnelly and Herbert during the 1990 Grand prix season, c/w COA from Clive Chapman, Classic team lotus, a signed colour photo of Donnelley in the Lotus car and b/w photograph of car and drivers. £50-75 19. FORMULA ONE FIA RACE POSTER SIGNED 7 DRIVERS: an original FIA Grand prix race poster Gran Premo Marlboro De Argentina, April 1996 signed in back & silver sharpie, by 7 drivers M. Schumacher, Damon Hill, Jacques Villeneuve, Eddy Irvine, Jean Alesi & Gerhart Berger, mounted in glazed frame 25” x19” c/w 2 cuts out listing race report result (Hill winner) £75-100 20. RICARDO ZONDA SIGNED WING END PLATE B.A.R: A BAR carbon wing end plate from the 1999 car No 23, signed in silver by Ricardo Zonda, driver, measuring approx 20” x13”, c/w COA from F1 and More plus a colour photograph of the car. £50-75 21. FORMULA 1 SHIRT HONDA SIGNED; Genuine Bar Honda Team shirt still with tags and metal badges attached signed in black sharpie by Jensen Button, Takuma Sato and Anthony Davidson, 2007, rare to get all 3 team drivers together. £40-60 22. FERRARI F1 TEAM SHIRT SIGNED SCHUMACHER, A genuine Fila Ferrari team shirt with Vodafone and Shell logos, signed to chest in black sharpie by Michael Schumacher, fine £75-100 23. SCHUMACHER FERRARI LIFE SIZE OMP SUIT DISPLAY, unusual merchandising full size figure of Michael Schumacher wearing the Ferrari “ OMP The Winning Choice” race suit, waterproof Foamex board with pop out rear support, hinged to middle for ease of transport, great display item. £40-60 24. ROGER MOORE SIGNED PRINT: A limited edition print no 206/300 Signed by Roger Moore showing his Saint Logo and featuring the Volvo P1800 car as used in the series The Saint, from original pencil drawing by Joan Garretty and sponsored by the artist and Volvo Concessionaires of London to auction in support of the Great Ormond Street Hospital 1998, Certificate of Authenticity to rear, glazed and framed approx 17 x13” £30-50 25. FRAMED PRINT COULTHARD SIGNED: A limited Edition print “David Coulthard Mighty Mercedes 1998” by Ian Finlayson no 653/1000 commissioned and signed by A P Masters showing Coulthard in car on track, glazed and framed 27”x21” £20-40 26. DAMON HILL SIGNED FRAMED PRINT: A limited Edition print “Damon Hill Jordan Honda 1998” by Ian Finlayson no 665/1000 commissioned and signed by A P Masters showing Hill in car on track, glazed and framed 27”x21” £20-40 27. JAGUAR FORMULA 1 WING END PLATE: A jaguar F1 racing wing end board, metallic green with Bridgestone, WorldCom and Visteon sponsors, as used on the Jacky Stewart managed race team car of 1995/7 £50-75 28. FORMULA ONE SIGNED 8 DRIVERS PROGRAMME NURBURGRING 1995: An official German language F1 programme for the 1995 Grand prix of Europe, Nurburgring, signed throughout by 8 drivers, Mika Hakkinen, Michael Schumacher, Mika Salo, Damon Hill, David Coulthard, Mark Blundell, Eddie Irvine and Martin Brundel. £50-75 29. F1 & MOTORSPORT DRIVERS SIGNATURES ALBUM: A collection of drivers signatures from F1 and related motor sport events, 23 in all on varied media pictures photos etc, drivers include, Denny Hulme, Alan Jones, nick Heidfeld, Martin Rowe, Roger Clark, Flavio Briatore, Martin Brundel, Alistair McRae etc, all in A4 loose leaf pocket binder. £80-120 30. F1 & MOTORSPORT DRIVERS SIGNATURES ALBUM: A collection of drivers signatures from F1 and related motor sport events, 35 in all on varied media pictures photos etc, drivers include, Johnny Herbert, Ken Tyrrell, Jacky Ickx, Jody Scheckter, Jochen Mass, Alain Prost, Nelson Piquet, Bertrand Gachot, Derek Bell, Ronnie Peterson, James Hunt etc

all in A4 loose leaf pocket binder. £80-120 31. F1 & MOTORSPORT DRIVERS SIGNATURES ALBUM: A collection of drivers signatures from F1 and related motor sport events, 0ver 50 in all on varied media pictures photos etc, drivers include Ron Dennis, Guy Edwards, Tim Harvey, Rene Arnoux, Ivan Capelli, Phil Hill, Alain Prost, Jarno Trulli, John Watson, etc all in A4 loose leaf pocket binder. £75-100 32. F1 & MOTORSPORT DRIVERS SIGNATURES ALBUM: A collection of classic and current racing drivers signatures from F1 and related motor sport events, 0ver 50 in all on varied media pictures photos etc, drivers include Johnny Herbert, David Brabham, Emerson Fittapaldi, Mario Andretti, Pedro de la Rosa, Mark Weber, Fernando Alonso, Takuma Sato, Eddie Jordan, Murray Walker, etc all in A4 loose leaf pocket binder. £75-100 33. F1 & MOTORSPORT DRIVERS SIGNATURES ALBUM: A collection of drivers signatures from F1 and related motor sport events, 0ver 50 in all on varied media pictures photos etc, drivers include Martin Donnelly, Marc Gene, David Coulthard, Tony Brooks. Keke Rosberg, Nigel Mansell x 2, Jos Verstappen Jackie Stewart, Toby Schechter, etc all in A4 loose-leaf pocket binder. £75-100

34. F1 & MOTORSPORT DRIVERS SIGNATURES ALBUM: A collection of drivers signatures from F1 and related motor sport events, 0ver 50 in all on varied media pictures photos etc, drivers include Ayrton Senna and his sister Vivianne Senna (rarely seen autograph) Damon Hill Jarno Trulli, Christian Fitapaldi, Lord Hesketh, Luca Badoer, Mika Hakkinen, Alex Wurz etc all in A4 loose-leaf pocket binder. £100-150 35. JUAN MANUEL FANGIO SIGNED PICTURE: A rare Juan Manuel Fangio hand signed picture print 7” x5”, signed in black marker across base and dated 4/2/83, Fangio was World Champion 5 times in 1951, 54, 55, 56 & 57, driving 51 Grand Prix races and winning 24, his consistent performance also helped him achieve 29 Pole positions and 23 fastest laps, one of the most flamboyant of the early stable of race drivers Illus. £50-100 Jim Clark‟s last Formula One Grand Prix race which he won before the fatal crash at the Hockenheimring in Germany 35A. 1968 South African Grand Prix signed Goodyear autograph card: signed by the winner Jim Clark, Graham Hill (2nd), Jochen Rindt plus Jack Brabham (66 World Champion) and Jackie Stewart (future World Champion) £200-250 Note: The 1968 South African Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Kyalami Circuit on January 1, 1968. It was the first round of the 1968 Formula One season. The race, contested over 73 laps, was won by two time World Drivers' Champion and 1965 Indianapolis 500 winner Jim Clark for Lotus-Ford after starting from pole position. The race is significant as not only the last Formula One race to be won by the Jim Clark, but also the last in which he ever competed, due to his fatal crash at the Hockenheimring in Germany four months later. Jim Clark broke many records during the weekend, such as leading the most Grands Prix (43), having the most laps led (1943), having the most perfect weekends (11), achieving the most pole positions (33) and finally achieving 25 race wins. 36. World Superbike Championship: Carl Fogarty signed ltd ed colour print titled “Farewell Foggy” no 168/750 signed to the border by both the artist Ray Goldsbrough and Carl Fogarty – mounted overall 34.5” x 24.5” £50-60 37. Michael Schumacher: Official Ferrari red short sleeved shirt signed in black felt tip pen by Michael Schumacher just below the embroidered Vodafone and Shell Logos – note Schumacher holds the record number of 7x World F1 Championships plus many more. £65-75 38. Speedway: collection of replica brass and enamel Supporters club pin badges mostly taken from the 1930s to incl Crystal Palace (5), West Ham (5), Lea Bridge (5), and HSSC (6) – many duplicates (21) £20-30 39. 1998 Silverstone – Large autograph display of Formula1 racing champions and drivers obtained at Silverstone in 1998 totalling in all 108 autographs c/w legend and full list of drivers to include Alesi, Barrichello, Jack Brabham, Jenson Button, Fisichello, Mika Hakkinen, Johnny Herbert, Damon Hill, Eddie Irvine, Nigel Mansell, Colin McRae, Stirling Moss, Jody Scheckter, Michael Schumacher, Jackie Stewart, Roy Salvadori, Jacques Villenueve, Mark Webber, to name just a few – c/w full laminated key and legend – overall 48 x 36” £350-500 40. Speedway autographs and programmes: to incl an autograph album containing 140 plus signatures (all back to back) namely, Payling, Harold Hill, Charlie Monk, Harry Denton plus 12 various International Speedway programmes from the 1950s and 60s, to incl GB v Poland v Sweden v The USSR and other Championships, Cradley Heath v Prague and incl a rosette and a signed black and white photograph. £80-£120 40A. 1939 World Water Speed Record: Original Flicker book titled “Sir Malcolm Campbell Breaking the World Water Speed Record” courtesy of Movietone news sponsors Castrol Circa 1939, blue in colour. An interesting piece (VG) £40-50 Air Rifles and Antique Arms 41. Rare percussion combination pistol/penknife: Unwin & Rodgers Sheffield horn handle folding penknife/ percussion

pistol c/w folding trigger, removable bullet mould and ramrod plus a separate percussion cap compartment concealed in the handle together with 2x folding blades – in full working order – overall 8” Illus £2000-2500 42. Early BSA pre war .177 under lever air rifle serial no 18002 with adjustable sights, top lever loader, steel butt plate and stamped with BSA trade mark and Hooton & Jones Liverpool (Gun Makers) to the 13.25” walnut stock – and fitted with customised rifle sights – overall 39.5” Illus £75-100 43. Early BSA pre war .22 under lever air rifle serial no 48588/2 with adjustable sights, top lever loader, steel butt plate and stamped with BSA trade mark and Hooton & Jones Liverpool (Gun Makers) to the 13.25” walnut stock – – overall 45” £100-125 Olympics, Boxing, Cycling and Other Sports 44*. Olympics 1952 – Rare Official XVth Olympic Games coloured poster for the Helsinki Games 9 VII – 3VIII 1952 – note top left hand corner clipped and minor creases and tears to edges as well as fold creases overall 38” x 24” Illus. £475-500 45. Olympics 1952: Official Olympics Report on The Helsinki Games in the original blue and gilt cloth decorative boards (some discolouring to edges and spine) – c/w many photographic illustrations internally clean – publ‟d in Finland. £200-250 46*. Olympics 1976: Official XXI Olympic Games Handball poster for the Montreal Games held in 1976 – in French & English -overall 23.5” x 16.5” £50-60 47*. Olympics 1976: Official XXI Olympic Games Archery poster for the Montreal Games held in 1976 – in French & English - overall 23.5” x 16.5” £50-60 48*. Olympics 1980: Official XXII Olympic Games Cycling poster for the Moscow Games held in 1980 – publ‟d by the Montreal Organizing Committee – overall 24” x 16” £50-60 49*. Olympics 1980: Official XXII Olympic Games poster for the Moscow Games held in 1980 – publ‟d by the Montreal Organizing Committee – overall 24” x 16” £50-60 50*. Olympics 1988: Official XXIVth Olympic Games poster for the Seoul Games held in 1988 designed by Hyun Kim and signed by the artist to the lower right hand corner – publ‟d by the Seoul Organizing Committee – overall 39” x 23” £50-60 51*. Olympics 1988: Official 24th Olympic Games poster for the Seoul Games held in 1988 featuring the Hodori (tiger) Games mascot – publ‟d by the Seoul Organizing Committee – overall 33” x 23.5” £50-60 52*. Olympics 2008: Official XXIX Olympic Games poster for the Beijing Games held in 2008 – publ‟d by the Beijing Organizing Committee – overall 27.5 x 19.5” £50-60 53*. Olympics 2012: Olympic Games Sailing Poster by the Artist Brain Grimwood publ‟d by The London Transport Company in support of London‟s bid to hold the Olympics in 2012 – overall 30.5 x 20” £50-60 54. Olympics 1936: Official Olympic Programme for the Berlin Games 14 th August to incl swimming, equestrian, hockey, basket ball, rowing and boxing together with an up to date results of the other sports to the rear incl Jesse Owens success on the track – Some hand written ink results otherwise (G). £50-60 55. World Heavy Weight Boxing Selection: Including George Carpentier signature on card (clipped), plus 3 boxing soft back publications to include “How to Box” by Joe Louis 1948, 2x “Focus on the Fight Game” – to inc No 4 Bruce Woodcock. (4) £25-30 55a. 1963 Cassius Clay v Henry Cooper boxing programme: “Eliminating Contest for the Heavy weight Championship of the World” at Wembley Stadium 18th June 1963 (F/G) £25-30 56. Boxing Press Photographs: collection of images from c1930s/60s to include Randolph Turpin, Bruce Woodcock, Jack London, Danamar, Jackie Paterson, Billy Walker et al – some with legends on the back – mostly 10x8” and 8x6” (19) £5570 57. 1950 World Heavyweight Boxing Championship programme – official programme for Bruce woodcock (GB) v Lee Savold (USA) at White City Stadium London June 6th 1950 – in original wrappers, 36p some minor nicks otherwise (F/G) plus a small scrap book of the fight (2) £25-30 58. 1949 Boxing Heavyweight Championship Programme – for the Great Britain, British Empire and Europe Final Eliminator for The Heavy weight Championship of the World between Woodcock and Mills plus 2x Focus On Boxing magazines on each boxer plus small scrap on the fight. (4) £25-30 59. 1940/50s Boxing Annuals, Guides, Scrap Books et al – to incl How to Box by Joe Louis, (A/F), Focus On Boxing, Int. Boxing Annuals for 1950 & 1952, 1948 Annual of The Ring. Tense Moments Vol1 No 1 1952 etc (F) plus a collection of 5x boxing scrap books incl Freddie Mills v Joe Maxim (20) £25-30 60. Boxing Ephemera relating to Ron Olver, Editor of Boxing News– large box incl personal letters, file on boxers records, address books, correspondence et al – a lot £50-60 61. Boxing Muhammad Ali magazines c1971/72 – to incl Boxing Illustrated magazine produced for “The Fight Of The Century Joe Frazier v Ali” featuring records, statistics, and predictions for the fight publ‟d in US plus Muhammad Ali Monthly Fan Club magazine No1 dated February 1972 publ‟d in England. (2) £30-40

62. Boxing Books and Magazines – selection incl hard backs by Nat Fleischer and Sam Andre “A Pictorial History of Boxing” 1st ed 1959 plus biographies on Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, Encyclopaedia of Boxing, Illustrated History of Boxing, and 8x various Illustrated Boxing Magazines from the 1990s onwards (17) £50-60 63. Boxing Magazines and Pamphlets – large collection relating to ex professional boxers association, magazines, menus, et al – ex Ron Olver collection (a lot) £25-30 64. World Heavyweight Boxing Figures – Rare and complete collection of all 16 World Heavyweight boxing champion figures from John L Sullivan (1882) to Rocky Marciano (1956) each figure is mounted on a naturalistic base, signed and dated by the artist c/w plinth and brass engraved plaque overall approx height 11.5” max - the figures were retailed over a period of 3/4 years and on completing the full set one automatically received a free figure of Rocky MarciaNo The set was produced by Endurance Ltd “Art of Sport” series and ltd to 1500 figures (with each mould being destroyed) crafted by English sculptor Daniel Lovatt and hand painted by Artists of either Holland Studio Craft or Cloudside Studios of Stoke on Trent. In view of the time scale to acquire the collection its rare to find a complete collection plus the Marciano Figure. These are the original figures and are not to be mistaken for similar smaller figures produced in the USA in the late 1990s Illus £800-1000 Note: Boxers incl Sullivan, Corbett, Fitzsimmons, Jeffries, Burns, Johnson, Willard, Dempsey, Tunney, Schmeling, Sharkey, Carnera, Baer, Braddock, Louis, and Rocky Marciano. 65. 1925 University Boxing Photograph: Official “Edinburgh University Boxing Champions” photograph of past and present champions mounted on the original photographers‟ mount by Alex Ayton Bruntsfield Place Edinburgh c/w legend covering the period from 1906 – 1924 – incl Scottish International Dr B T Halliwell – mf&g c/w gilt slips overall 20.5 x 25.5” £35-50 66. Rare 1951 International Boxing Tournament programme signed by H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh: Official programme promoted by Jack Solomons and Frank Gentle in aid of The National Playing Fields Association President HRH The Duke of Edinburgh – signed in pen to the front cover “Philip of Edinburgh” (F) £75-80 67. Frank Bruno World Heavyweight Boxing Champion signed t-shirt and dated 1991 £30-50 68. Original Boxing painting by renowned artist Tom Wood titled “Boxer Study No 1” dated 1983 and being a early study of Frank Bruno ( future Heavy weight champion of the World - c/w original labels on the back for the Bradford Art Galleries & Museum Exhibition held from 3 Nov – 9 Dec 1984, original descriptive paper label “Tom Wood – Boxer Study 1 1983 – Aquatec on Paper” mf&g – image size 10” x 10”, overall 18.75” x 18.5” Illus £800-1000 Note: The painting comes with original email from Mr Tom Wood to the present owner and the painting stemmed from an etching of unknown boxer at the time called Frank Bruno – subsequently as his fame and success grew the image became better known – and a copy is now owned by the National Portrait Gallery. The painting was trying to use the idea of a bruised and battered face as a kind of equivalent for the scraping and stretching and pulling of the paint. It was painted in Aquatec, which was a very expensive high grade American acrylic that is no longer available. 69. 1950s Boxing Press Photographs – collection of 17x various S. American fighters to incl Hector Bejarano Roberto Costa, Pereyra, Ciucci, Rueda, Cachaza, Jose Acha Paz, Bobby Bell, Carmelo Costa – note Hector Bejarano was inducted into the Hispanic sports Hall of Fame – mostly 10 x 8” £20-30 70. 1926 Montevideo South American Games – collection of 10x various press athletic and track photographs incl officials, parade, crowd scenes, competitors for track, discuss, Argentina team et al. £20-30 71. 1930s Latin American Championship Athletic Photographs – covering the period from 1930-1955 – incl means and women track and field events, teams, opening ceremonies, delegates et al, mostly 10 x 8” and some edited for printing. (80#) £30-40 72. 1950s S American Archery Photographs – incl 9x glamour photographs of leading young ladies, plus 6x large press photographs of young lady archers (15) £10-15 73. Collection of 1950/60s South American press sports photographs: to incl cycling (Jose Lampichiatti Argentina Champion) (4), swimming/water polo (4), ladies‟ hockey (2), men‟s basket ball championships (20), ladies‟ volleyball (5) – some edited for printing. £25-30 74. 1988 Olympic Masterfile Collection of Postal Stamp issues – produced in ltd ed form no 726/2500 for both the Seoul Summer Olympics and Winter Games in Calgary 1988 – comprising 64 stamps, 10 FDCs incl one signed by Olympic 100metres Gold Medallist Allan Wells – all contained in original “MasterFile” publishers folder. £20-25 75. 1954 Commonwealth Games signed menu: a banquet menu from The Sportsman‟s Club, Savoy Hotel, London dated November 24th 1954 for the dinner held in honour of the competitors and officials chosen for the games. Caricature to the front cover is signed by the artist Webster and also signed inside by Roger Bannister, Chris Chattaway, Jack Beresford and on the back by Lord Aberdare, Alexander of Tunis and Sandy Duncan (GB team manager) and finally by A P Herbert to the base of his poem to the inside front cover – vertical crease fold and minor thumb wear (F/G) £175-200 76. 1972 Olympic Posters: 6x original coloured lithograph posters produced for the 1972 Munich Olympic Games designed and signed b y the various artists – overall 39.5 x 25” – one has minor tears and nicks to the edges otherwise (F/G). £120-150 77. Royal Caledonian Curling Medal – Royal Caledonian Curling Club “District Medal” made by Edwards & Son

Glasgow, the obverse is embossed with early curling scene and the Caledonian crest and on the reverse embossed to the border “Royal Caledonian Curling Club instituted 25 th July 1838 c/w ribbon and bar (ribbon frayed) – overall 1.5” £75-100 78. Early Sporting Books: Fine set of 5x leather bound volumes “C B Fry‟s Magazines” to incl Vol II Oct 1904 – Vol VI March l907 inclusive - bound in blue boards with decorative leather gilt spines. Sports incl Football Association, Cricket, Golf, Rugby, Athletics, Cycling, Boxing, Motoring et al – incl Glasgow City of Football (Queens Park, Rangers, Celtic) – Golf Faults Illustrated by Taylor and Beldam – containing many illustrations etc. All in fine condition. £75-100 79. Olympics 1964: Scarce Official Winter Olympic Games competitor‟s participation bronze medal for the IXth Winter Games at Innsbruck - the medal is heavily embossed with the Olympic symbols and on the reverse Innsbruck town square and Alps. Overall 60mm c/w original red and white embossed folding case. £125-150 80. Olympics 1992: Rare Official Winter Olympic Games competitors participation silvered medal for the XVIth winter games at Albertville – heavily embossed with Olympic Symbols and Mountain scenes - in original blue box c/w its stand. Overall 60mm together with an official Albertville souvenir. (2) £200-250 81. Olympic Commemorative Medals: Collection of Winter Olympic Games volunteers commemorative medals, pin badges and coin to incl 1964 “Innsbruck” Austrian 50 Schilling coin, 1968 Joint Olympic Commemorative medal for Mexico and Grenoble, 1972 Sapporo Bronze medallion, and 1992 Albertville Games plus 1996 Centennial ltd ed Olympic Spirit of Design figure. (11) £50-75 82. Rocky Marciano World Heavy Weight Boxing Champion signed display: comprising an Anglo-American Sporting Club Dinner Menu in Honour of Rocky Marciano former undefeated Heavy Weight Champion of the World held at The Hilton, London 1965 and together with the back cover signed by Rocky Marciano, Len Harvey, Jack Gardner, Russ Maddocks and a further 8 autographs and a facsimile action photograph – mf&g. £250-£300 83. 1936 Berlin Olympic publications: a complete set titled „Olympia Zeitung‟ the official publication for the Berlin Olympic games, published daily incl 29 publications no 1 - 29 issued from 21st July - 18th August – to incl the opening and closing ceremonies images of Adolf Hitler and other German Officers together with many action shots covering most of the sporting events. In matching large bound boards – see p196 and 237 for an articles on Jesse Owens c/w photographs £80-120 84. 3x Olympic Reports publications: to incl 2x German Cigarette Card issues for the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics and The 1952 Helsinki Olympics plus the 1956 Melbourne Olympics Games c/w the original DJ, and the original manufactured art leather and gold embossed boards - some wear to cover and dust stains to boards, internally clean c/w numerous colour gravure and black and white illustrations £60-75 85. Curling Medal – Royal Caledonian Curling Club “District Medal” made by Edwards & Son Glasgow, the obverse is embossed with early curling scene and the Caledonian crest and on the reverse embossed to the border “Royal Caledonian Curling Club instituted 25th July 1838 - c/w ribbon and bar (ribbon frayed) – overall 1.5” £75-100 86. 1960 European Shooting Championships: scarce silver and enamel plaque celebrating the European Shooting Championships (in assoc with Olympic Committee) held in Barcelona in 1960 – mounted on black agate plaque – overall 4” x 7” in makers original presentation box. £75-100 Note – its origins date back to 1867 when both France and Italy formed the first shooting clubs (using live birds) and it wasn‟t until 1893 that England formed its first shooting club. In 1924 shooting was introduced to the Olympics but was withdrawn after games and wasn‟t reintroduced until 1948 – during which time both The World And European Championships thrived and continue to do so the present day. The following 3 lots relate to the illustrious cycling racing careers of Ireland‟s Sean Kelly and Stephen Roche Sean Kelly‟s worn Combined competition leader jersey from the Tour De France 1989 – Autographed. 87. 1989 Tour de France rare cycling signed competition shirt: rare combined competition jersey from the 1989 Tour de France for the best all rounder, awarded to and worn by Sean Kelly. 1989 was the last year in which this jersey was awarded hence very rare and collectable. It is made up of various colours each representing all the other jerseys of the Tour de France, yellow, green, polka dot, red and white. £450-500 Note Sean Kelly never won this competition but in 1989 he was leader in 3 of the competitions at one time, Points, Sprints and combined, but the PDM team instuctions were for Sean to let his team mate Steven Rooks win the combined competition as it would look better to have 2 riders being presented with jerseys rather that one. Sean agreed but yet won the points and sprints competiton outright in that years Tour De France. This was the last year that this jersey was awarded so it is a very rare jesery and also very collectable. It looks like it will never be awarded again. The combined jersey was first awarded in the 1968 (it was white then) but wasn‟t awarded between 1975-1979 and again between 1982 & 83, and was last awarded in 1989 to Kelly- so over a twenty year period only 13 shirts were awarded and thejersey is made up of different colour segments, each representing the other jerseys awarded in the Tour De France ie Yellow – race leader; Green – points leader: Polka Dot – best climber: Red – sprints leader and White – best young rider. Sean Kelly‟s race worn Nissan Classic cycling yellow race leaders jersey 1985 – Autographed

88. 1985 Nissan Classic yellow race leaders cycling jersey: this was the 1st Nissan Classic and it was worn by Sean Kelly, he is pictured in a number of top cycling mags wearing this jersey. This jersey comes from the very 1st Nissan Classic in 1985 – this was the year that the top class professional cyclists came to Ireland for the 1st time. At the time Sean Kelly was ranked as the No 1 cyclist in the world. In fact he was ranked continually as worlds number 1 for 6 consecutive years from 1984. He won the Nissan Classic 4 times 1985 / 86 / 87 and 1991 (a record). £400-500 Note: Note John (Sean) James Kelly was one of the most successful road cyclists of the 1980s, and one of the finest classics riders of all time. From turning professional in 1977 until his retirement in 1994, he won nine monument classics, and 193 professional races in total, bettered only by Eddy Merckx. He won Paris-Nice seven years in a row and the first UCI Road World Cup in 1989. He won the 1988 Vuelta a España and had multiple wins in the Giro di Lombardia, MilanSanremo, Paris-Roubaix and Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Other Victories include the Critérium International, Grand Prix des Nations and smaller tours including the Tour de Suisse, Vuelta al País Vasco and Volta a Catalunya Notably missing is the world championship, which he almost won against Greg LeMond in 1989. Kelly was first to be ranked No.1 when the FICP rankings began in March 1984, a position he held for six years, the record. Kelly was one of the hard men of cycling, achieving 33 Victories in one season (1984). Stephen Roche‟s World Cycling Champions Rainbow jersey from 1987 - Autographed 89. The coveted signed Rainbow jersey was awarded to Roche in 1987: at Villach, Austria after winning the world road race title. As world champion the rider is entitled to wear this jersey in all races for the following year . In the same year Roche also the won the Tour De France and Giro d‟Italia thus becoming only the 2nd man in history to win all 3 titles in the same year - the other man was Eddie Merkx. This jersey was worn by Stephen in the 1987 Nisson Classic - Eveready were the co sponsors of the team, Carrera was the main sponsor and the team Stephen raced for when winning all 3 major races 1987 Illus £450-500 Note: Stephen Roche in a 13-year professional career, he peaked in 1987, becoming only the second cyclist to win the Triple Crown of Victories in the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia stage races, plus the world cycling championship. Roche's rise coincided with that of fellow Irishman Seán Kelly although the two were never team-mates Kelly was recognised as one of the finest cyclists of his generation and admired for his pedalling style, he struggled with knee injuries and never contended in the Grand Tours after 1987 – he had 58 professional wins. 90. Fine 1893 silver plated cycling trophy: the ornate silver trophy presented to the Woodside Cycling Club Halifax by Lewis Marshall Vice President – known as the Marshall challenge Cup and engraved with the winners details from 1893 to 1913 awarded for various roads races ranging from 9 miles to 100 miles as well as Hill Climb. The trophy is engraved with the Woodside Cycling Club Wings and Wheels crest and on the reverse 3 racing cyclists and winners details c/w a removable lid mounted with a period racing cycle (missing handle bars) £350-400 91. 1930s England International baseball cap and Gold medals display: awarded to Edward Jones comprising a fine dark blue velvet cap with gold brad tassel trim and dates to the rim and peak as well as a red embroidered red rose to the front panel together with 5 gold, and enamel winners medals to incl 2 English Challenge Cup and 2 x league winners medals comes together with his playing record and team photograph taken in 1938 v Wales at Cardiff Arms Park mf&g plus a photo copy of the England v Wales 1908-1957 matches and other facsimile photographs. £600-700 92. Early Hockey stick stamped A Watson Manchester 20 oz with a fully whipped handle: fitted with a rubber ring c1915 £25-30 93. F H Ayres cast iron triangular shaped hoop: stamped with the registration No 417313 to the one side and the figure 1/2 to the other fitted with two long circular tapered teeth – possibly a half way marker for polo. Overall 11” x 6” £15-20 94. Fine Vic Horseracing silver vesta: hallmarked Birmingham 1894 with a fine embossed horse racing scene in relief to the front panel and on the opposite panel engraved with the initials A S G. Illus £275-300 95. 1880 Derby winner Bend Or trophy: interesting pewter figure of a race horse mounted on a horse shoe shaped wooden plaque with a handwritten label laid down on the reverse inscribed „Bend Or – Winner of the Derby with compliments‟ – note Bend Or won the 1880 Derby ridden by Fred Archer who had a broken arm and at that time there was a great deal of controversy over the true identity of the winner which has never been resolved – this trophy with the handwritten details on the reserve may well have been given to the stable yard, groom or a.n.other. the mystery continues – overall 14” x 12” maximum c/w a later newspaper article dated April 24 th 1927 covering the incident £150-200 Note: The velvet lining has been removed from the wooden plaque 96. Hunting – Green white stone ware humidor c1885 by Taylor-Tunnecliffe Staffordshire decorated with a continuous hunting scene in white relief to the sides – c/w original lid seal overall 3.5” x 4.5" £40-50 97. Billiards: Early Burroughs & Watts glass paperweight, the base is stamped with the maker‟s details, crossed cues and Billiards balls together with an E J Riley Accrington small „Billiard table‟ brass and wooden spirit level made by Smallwood and Birmingham (glass broken) overall 6” (2) £60-80 98. Billiards: set of miniature composite billiard balls in their original box. (G) £15-20 99. 1901 The America‟s Cup book: titled „The Story of The America‟s Cup, 1851-1901‟ by Chas P Tower 1st ed 1901

published New York in the original red and gilt decorative gilt boards – ex library with embossed stamp marks – hinged weaknesses but still a scarce copy £50-60 100. Vic Huntley and Palmer sporting oval biscuit tin c1880: the lid decorated with a golfing scene together with polo, tennis, cycling and fishing scene to the side panel (well used and colours faded) £125-150 Tennis, Badminton, Croquet and other related items 101. Fine Anderson and Sons Princess St Edinburgh, transitional flat top, Fantail wooden tennis racket: with a patent convex inlaid wedge, period thick gut stringing (G) note 3 small chips to handle otherwise (VG) £60-75 102. Fine AG Spalding & Bros US patent wooden tennis racket: with laminated inlaid and lined neck and shoulders, inlaid convex wedge and an unusual carved square dimpled handled grip, c/w he original red double centre mains stringing to the elongated head (G) £150-200 103. Fine „Champion‟ convex wooden tennis racket: fitted with red and plain stringing (G), an unusual high peak convex wedge – slim full length handle fitted with leather collar and butt cap. (VG) £100-120 104. A rare Slazenger steel and wooden tennis racket c1925: made by A West ltd for Slazenger‟s fitted with piano steel strings and wooden handle complete with leather collar and butt cap – unnamed early prototype see the next lot. £100-150 Note see Kuebler – „Book of Tennis Rackets‟ p331 for further details 105. A rare Slazenger‟s patent steel and wooden racket c1925: c/w the Slazenger‟s coloured transfer label to the wooden handle and brass collar – fitted with steel head, original piano wire stringing, wooden handle stamped A Slazenger‟s Ltd to the one side and their address to the opposite side c/w leather collar and butt cap. £150-175 106. A Rare Hobbies patent steel and wooden tennis racket: fitted with a steel head with piano wire stringing, a single bar wedge – cloth bound handle fitted with the original leather collar and makers butt cap (G) £100-150 107. A Rare Hobbies patents steel and wooden racket: fitted with a steel head, piano wire stringing and a Hobbies patent steel concave single bar wedge – original full length cloth bound handle c/w leather collar (G) £100-150 108. A good Slazenger Demon wooden fish tail tennis racket: fitted with convex wedge, period heavy gut stringing to the elongated head – deep grooved handle retaining good shape (some wear to head) otherwise good £80-£100 109. A rare Hazells Streamline Blue Star patent wooden badminton racket: original stringing (one vertical broken) imagine blue and white trim, original leather grip, collar and makers butt cap, c/w a period F H Ayres „The Wimbledon‟ wooden racket press. £150-200 110. A rare Hazells Streamline Red Star patent wooden tennis racket: later red and white stringing (G) the original leather grip c/w collar and a period Alrak alloy tennis racket press. £150-200 111. Tennis Racket: E J Riley Ltd Accrington “The Royal” wooden convex tennis racket with thick gut stringing (4 verticals broken) smooth regular handle, leather butt collar – retaining good shape hence (G) and a later wooden badminton racket – well used (2) £25-30 112. 3 period wooden tennis rackets: to incl a convex wedge racket with unusual 6x red and plain double centre mains stringing (six broken) c/w Bussey‟s patent wooden racket press. A Stanley hexagon patent wooden racket with a concave wedge, stamped „Made Expressly for Hope Brothers Ltd Ludgate Hill, London, Hexagon frame fitted with the original green and plain double certain mains stringing, leather collar and butt cap, and a later Spalding wooden racket c1930 fitted with a Spalding Bros (British) Ltd adjustable wooden cross shaped racket (press) £30-40 113. 4x modern wooden laminated and steel tennis rackets: to incl a Wilson „Chris Evert‟ autograph racket and the original autographed head cover – an unusual Dunlop lady Maxply (unused) – a Slazenger plus Championship racket made in South Africa (used but G) – Wilson T4000 steel framed tennis racket with head cover. £20-30 114. A rare Thos J Tate Cavendish Square, London: mahogany and brass pear shaped multiple racket press for 2 fitted with the original leather carrying handle and brass furniture. Note minor chip to rim otherwise (G) £50-75 114a. An early H J Gray & Sons Cambridge Rackets racket press: light stained mahogany free standing multiple “Rackets” racket press for 4 rackets, overall 10”/8” £60-80 115. Vic tennis racket press: A fine mahogany and brass tennis racket press for 4 rackets, complete with original leather strap (VG) £50-60 116. A fine and rare Slazenger‟s London free standing oak and brass club multiple tennis racket press: made for the Richmond Tennis and Croquet Club: the large free standing oak frame is fitted with brass turning handle, oak sliding clamp and brass rails, retaining ten of the original divisions to hold 11 rackets - the bottom stretcher is inscribed Richmond Tennis and Croquet Club – note small grain split to the one endplate, overall (34”x33”x12”) (G) £650-700 117. A fine set „Gardiner‟s‟ Lawn Tennis Marking Pins: a complete set of 8 Angles and 2 Tees for marking out a tennis court, in the markers original box c/w trade labels to the lid and side panels. Price 2/9 per set (note labels to side panels partially torn) otherwise it appears unused hence (VG) £80-120 118. A rare Lt. Gen. Nicholson‟s „Lawn Tennis Court Tracer‟ c1886: comprising three sets of interlink chains used to mark out the exact dimensions of a Lawn Tennis Court contained in the original makers box complete with labels to lid and further instruction labels on the inside with the Reg No 49550 – the box is divided into three compartments labelled „AA, CB, AC‟ as defined in the instructions and a spare compartment for the pins (missing) - plus 2 Slazenger‟s London Angles

and single plain Tee – overall 20x 3.5 x5” Illus £300-400 119. Rare 1890 tennis book: titled – „Tennis, Rackets, Fives‟ by Julian Marshall, Major James Spems and Rev J A Arnan Tait, 1st ed 1890 in the original Victorian cloth boards containing many illustrations, diagrams et al, together with numerous tennis advertisements to the front and rear – note spine has being rebound, covers complete but poor and some discolouration to the front and back endplates nevertheless a tight copy – rare early tennis book – hence the realistic price guide. £80-120 Note see Everitt – „Racket Sports Collectables‟ p15 guide price £300-350 120. Trim Wimbledon signed tennis postcards: a collection of 1920/1930s signed gentlemen tennis players‟ real photograph postcards each signed very boldly in ink – to incl G P Hughes – partnered Fred Perry in the Davis Cup, won both the Australian and Wimbledon doubles, beat Cochet in the final of the Italian Championships 1931 – P D B Spence (S Africa) won both the Wimbledon and French Mixed Doubles with Miss Ryan and Miss Betty Nuthall in 1928 & 1931 respectively - B de H Kehrling - Queen‟s Champion 1927, Champion of Hungary and Germany in 1931, - E Higgs GB Davis Cup team in the late 1920s and H G N Lee GB Davis Cup Team and Mixed Doubles Champion Germany. Note 3 with the impressed Trim blind stamp marks (5) (VG) Illus £150-200 121. Rare tennis book: titled „A History of Tennis‟ by Noel and Clark, 1st ed 1924 vol. 1 in later rebound brown and gilt cloth boards by the university of Oregon c/w university library label to the front endplate (some general ware to the boards) containing numerous photographs and other illustrations – internally clean and tight £60-75 122. 1903 Lawn tennis book: titled „R.F. & H.L. Doherty on Lawn Tennis‟ first edition 1903 in the original blue and white cloth boards. Still retains tissue guard to the original photogravure of the brothers, plus a real photograph of her Royal Highness the grand Duchess Anastasie laid down to the dedication page – c/w numerous photographic illustrations – some slight discolouration to the endplates and some slight speckled foxing otherwise internally clean £60-80 Note see Everitt - „Racket Sports Collectables‟ p19 123. Scares Badminton Library Book of Tennis: titled „Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Rackets and Fives‟ first edition 1890 in large paper ltd ed no 20 / 250, in the original deluxe half leather and gilt boards with replaced matching leather and gilt spine, hence tight and a good clean copy £250-300 124. An early gold plated tennis racket bar brooch c1900: comprising a fan tailed racket see through stringing c/w a mounted pearl style tennis ball in the original army and navy case. Plus a later 9 ct gold modern tennis racket brooch, see through stringing and a mother of pearl tennis ball to the head (2) £75-100 125. A Vic Silver plated tennis bangle: fitted with an early style long handled tennis racket, clip and hinge opening and c/w the original safety chain £35-50 126. Rare large United States Law Tennis Association Golden Jubilee Anniversary gilt medal: the obverse features the American Eagle crossed tennis rackets and dated 1881 – 1931 and on the reverse winner stamped and engraved (winner – Meadow Club Invitation Singles – George M Lott Jr Championship 1931) (2.75”dia) £200-300 Note G M Lott was beaten finalist in the United State Lawn Tennis Championship of 1931 losing to H E Vines 127. An Early Baby „film‟ tennis reel: in it‟s original tidy canister c/w paper label „ No 3 tennis‟ to incl Henry Cochet and other leading tennis players – made in France £75-100 128. An original Marc Grimshaw tennis painting – an aerial view of a tennis player playing a cross court back hand shot, signed to the lower right hand corner „Marc Grimshaw‟ framed and glazed with red slips, overall 22”/17” £300-350 Note Marc was born in Macclesfield in 1957 – after moving to Manchester he attended a local school and progressed to the Manchester School of Art. His passion for art led to a two-year course at South Trafford College where he covered a broad spectrum of subjects including Art Design and Graphics. After a few years in full-time employment he turned professional and has established himself as a very talented and versatile artist, especially in pastel. He is widely recognised, more recently for his capacity to capture in pastel, street-life in the 50s and 60s; his work has sold readily to a wide variety of people at home and abroad including Austria, Canada and Ireland. He now lives in Cheshire with his wife and family. From his studio he fulfils commissions some of which include the BBC, University of Manchester, Granada TV and Shell to name a few. Other works incl Old Trafford and Main Road football stadiums, Cricket Boys - all in pastel and commanding figures in the region of £400 129. Tennis signed photograph displays: to incl Wimbledon Champions Jan Kodes, Virginia Wade, Michael Stich, Ann Jones plus Guy Forget, Pam Shriver, Brian Gottfried, all in matching sized mounts overall 10”/12” plus a bound vol. Titled „ Tennis World Fan Club‟ issued c1983/84 to incl Wimbledon champion player profiles c/w photographs of Jimmy Connors, Chris Evert and Bjorn Borg (8) £40-50 130. 1920s/30s Ladies tennis dress: ladies silk tennis dress c/w 4 pockets and belt –with embroidered cross tennis rackets to both breast pockets. £35-50 131. Rare George Jones (maker) ceramic tennis tea set c. late 19 th century: comprising teapot, milk jugs, sugar bowl and 3x cups and saucers each decorated with the rare green motifs of tennis nets, rackets and balls, c/w the makers stamp mark to the base of each saucer. Note – some visible wear to the transfers, and visible crack to the teapot, sugar bowl and one cup and saucer, no visible chips. Known examples and in this colour are extremely rare. £450-500 132. Vic blue and white tennis ceramic teapot stand and a later ladies glove box: the top decorated with a period Victorian racket scene, the base is stamped with the makers mark and logo and fitted with 3 brass feet – overall 6.25”dia

(note – chip to rim), together with an interesting ladies glove box fitted with a melamine embossed lid with Victorian young children playing with an early racket and ball. (2) £35-50 133. 1930s Children‟s Tennis Clock: stoneware “Happy Hours” mantle clock with children leaning and seated either side with tennis racket, balls, and toys – and stamped on the back with reg. no “RD 788932” for 1933 and “Case made in London” – overall 8” x 10.5” x 2.5” Note: 2 minor chips Illus £40-60 134. Fine Hermes makers Paris silver jewellery box: c/w a hinged lid decorated with rows of tennis rackets and tennis balls which opens to reveal 3 wooden lined compartments ideal for ladies jewellery – overall 7.5”/4.75”/1” (VG) £150-200 135. Interesting base metal tennis cigarette lighter and brass paper weight: comprising a tennis ball fitted with a cigarette lighter and mounted on 3x 1950s style crossed tennis rackets stand, base of the ball is stamped Japan (G) plus 1933 brass tennis racket paperweight trophy with engraving to the handle and inscribed in relief „V11 Mezinarodni‟ Turnaj Junioro‟ and “Pardubice – 1933” (Czechoslovakia) (2) £50-75 136. 4x Vanity Fair coloured tennis prints: to incl Doherty and Michael Michailovitch etc. all in matching frames £35-40 137. 2x Hand coloured tennis engravings: to incl an early Victorian rackets match by Robert Cruikshank (noted for his illustrations of Dickens‟ Oliver Twist) and a later Edwardian mixed double Lawn Tennis match scene – both mf & g. £2030 138. Collection of official Lawn Tennis Championship Annuals, programmes and books: to incl 7x official Wimbledon annuals - 1984, 1986/1990 inclusive and 1994 plus a good collection of Lawn Tennis championship programmes from 1956/1996 to incl some finals plus Lance Tingay – „100 Years of Wimbledon – The Official History of The Lawn Tennis Championships‟ 1st ed 1997 c/w DJ – some discolouration otherwise clean copy. (33) £50-75 139. 2 interesting tennis prints: to incl tennis silk screen titled „The First Set‟ ltd ed no 131/2000 reproduced in the style of Thomas Stevens the famous 19th c. Coventry weaver mf&g (7”/10.5”) together with an original hand coloured tennis scene engraving c1884 titled „At Last‟ by G H Sydney Cowell depicting a young lady in full tennis attire holding a period flat top tennis racket and ball mf&g (14.5”/10.5”) (2) £30-50 140. 2 x original Kinsella coloured tennis postcards: mounted in attractive period wooden frames (refurbished) decorated with tennis balls and tennis nets and the one titled „Deuce‟ and „Let ‟em all come‟ – overall (8.5”/7”) together with a children‟s fictional book by Mrs Prentiss in the original and fine coloured decorative pictorial red cloth and gilt boards and spine with a young lady playing tennis to the cover and golf to the spine £30-40 141. Tennis ball canister: Wright & Ditson “Championship Tennis Balls” canister circa 1950 for 3 balls c/w original lid made by Spalding (G) £30-35 142. Tennis Balls: Slazenger “Victory “ Lawn Tennis ball box c1970 – c/w hinged lid to reveal 6 x unused Slazenger Victory Tennis balls (G) £25-30 143. Wimbledon Tennis Books: incl A Wallis Myers “Fifty Years of Wimbledon – The Story of the Lawn Tennis Championships” 1st ed 1926 in original decorative boards c/w 85 photograph illustrations – some dust stains to boards otherwise internally very clean (G) plus James Medleycott “100 years of The Wimbledon Tennis Championships” in original DJ (2) £50-60 144. 1932 Wimbledon signed ticket and programmes: incl 1932 programme and ticket for the Centre Court which is signed on the back by Fred Perry, Jean Borotra, J. Satoh, Ms. Josane Sigart and Macey all either Wimbledon Champions or Finalists plus 2x further Wimbledon Programmes for 1927 (F/G) and 1938 (covers loose) both for the first week. (4) £150-200 145. 1937/38 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Programmes: for 29th June „37 up to the men‟s semi finals and quarter final stages and Thursday 30 June ‟38 with results up to Men‟s Final round 30 th in original wrappers (some slight thumb stains – spine partially split and some hand written pencil results) – internally clean (G) £75-100 146. 1930 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Programme - rare extended tournament played Monday 7th July (Ex Finals Day) in original grey wrappers (spine taped - tiny nicks to edges) c/w various tennis advertisements throughout – completed printed programme except for the Gentlemen‟s Doubles and Exhibition match organised after rain stopped play on the Saturday Final day – otherwise clean internally. Rare £125-150 Note Won By Tilden (after 9yr lapse) and Mrs Helen Wills Moody (4th Consecutive year) 147. Wimbledon ladies tennis postcards: incl Ladies Wimbledon Champions Miss A Gibson 1957 and 1958, Miss M Bueno 1959,1960 and 1964 plus 2 others Miss B Baker and Miss A Mortimer- all unused hence (G) (4) £20-40 148. Early “Ping Pong” posts and net: made by Jaques & Son Ltd London– with brass feet and table clamps plus a spare net and “Tab Ten” Table-Lawn-Tennis Rule Booklet 1st ed c/w original leaflet and price list c1922 (3) £20-30 149. Tennis Trophies: Fine 1947 Belgium Interclub Tennis Championship bronze medal with embossed figure of a male tennis player running across court to the obverse and on the reverse embossed with the winners of Men‟s Doubles Div V c/w case plus 6x Middlesex County Lawn Tennis Association silver and enamel tennis teaspoons, all hallmarked Birmingham and engraved on the reverse with Finchley Manor LTC ladies winners. (7) £75-100 150. Tennis Books: a collection of 7x various autobiographies and instruction tennis books to incl Budge Patty - “Tennis My Way” 1st ed 1951 c/w 72 “Flicker” photographs of the author in action; Lew Hoad – “My Game” 1st ed 1958; “Ken Rosewall – “Twenty Years at the Top”; “The Arthur Ashe Diary”; Jack Kramer – “My Forty Years in Tennis” plus “Fred Perry An Autobiography” and Alan Mills signed copy – “Lifting The Covers” – all 1st editions c/w DJs. Hence (G) £25-35

151. 1950s Tennis Almanacks: 3x The Dunlop Lawn Tennis Annual and Alamanacks for 1952, 1955 and 1956 – edited by G.P Hughes all in original wrappers plus reprint of the Badminton Library Series “Tennis – Lawn Tennis – Rackets – Fives” in red and gilt cloth boards publ‟d 1987 (4) £25-30 152. 1920s Tennis Scoring Book: Unused The “Favourite” Lawn Tennis Scoring Sheets score book for 20 matches with “each sheet perforated for tearing out” – original hard boards – some slight stains otherwise (G). £15-20 153. Early Cricket/Tennis Club Accounts Book: for Dalton – in - Furness Wesleyan Cricket & Tennis Club from 1899 – 1904, small black leather hand book listing receipts and expenses to incl Tennis Outfit for £1- 10s, repair to bats 8p, tennis court whiting 11p, cricket ball 5/-, 2x new bats 19/-, 12doz Tennis Balls, 4/9p, rent of Field £1-10s et al £20-25 154. Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championship collection: to incl 1977 Wimbledon centenary official Slazenger Lawn tennis ball box c/w 6 x the hardly used original tennis balls plus 3 others incl 2 x 1978 and 1 x 1972 (G), plus a Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championship small silver plated glass base drinks tray and paperweight both decorated with the cross tennis rackets and ball £25-30 155. Rare tennis postcard of Mlle S Lenglen: by Chaplin Jones Kingston – Thames (G) together with 6 others incl a glamorous young lady holding a tennis racket, 3 x humorous and 2 others £50-60 156. Original Imperial Tobacco Co cigarette tennis shop counter advertising card: advertising „Davie‟s Sweet Memories Tobacco‟ depicting a tennis player in the background tennis trophy. Overall 12”/8” together with an unopened packet of Churchman‟s „Olympic cigarette packet‟ (10) listing on the back the world of sport cigarette card series Lawn Tennis Wimbledon Women‟s singles Championships from 1950/1961, together with a match box tennis label and one other. £40-50 157. Collection of early tennis real photograph cigarette trade cards and others: 38 x various trade cards from the early 19th c incl Ernest Renshaw, Susan Lenglen, King Edward VIII, Vivian McGarth, The Davis Whiteman Cup Team, Wimbledon, Fred Perry, Henry Cochet et al- brands incl Cope Bros Turf, Ogden‟s Guinea Gold, Adkins and Son‟s, Churchman‟s, State Express, Ardarth, Gallaher and many more £35-40 158. 2x silver tennis teaspoons: to incl 1935 Hall mark Birmingham silver teaspoon decorated with cross tennis rackets, ball and tennis net finial engraved „U.B.L.T.A.‟ another Hall marked Birmingham 1933 with a circular finial embossed with a Victorian lady tennis player plus a later silver plated teaspoon with a embossed ladies tennis player and a silver tennis racket money clip (4) £30-40 159. Silver tennis pill: box hall marked London c late 20th plus a circular silver vesta hall marked Birmingham 1906 and engraved „Warrenpoint Tennis Club 1904 Mixed Doubles‟ and a cut glass tennis silver inlaid cufflink trinket dish (3) £5060 160. Rare early Staffordshire ware ceramic: decorated with an early shuttlecock black and white transfer scene – minor chips to rim and a full length crack to the side £50-60 161. Collection of 4 ceramic tennis figures: to incl Royal Dolton 1930s figure of a lady tennis player titled „Emily‟ c/w makers stamp mark and production No to the base. Another Royal Dolton figure of a male tennis player serving - titled „The Ace‟ issued in 1991 1st ed c/w makers stamp mark and production No to the base. Together with Coalport male tennis figure titled „Match Point‟ issued 1984 and a Goebel West Germany figure of a Victorian lady tennis player titled „Centre Court 1903‟ c/w makers stamp mark and production number to the base, signed and dated, 1985 – overall 8.75”-10.75”h all (VG) £100-120 162. 2x animal character tennis figures: to incl a Royal Dolton „Ace Bunnykins‟ bone China figure c/w makers stamp mark and production No to the base and a Pendelfin hand painted stone crafted figure of a rabbit playing tennis titled „ Tennyson‟ design no 1040550 (G) plus a hand painted gift box with a hinged lid painted with a Victorian tennis scene and on the base inscribed in ink „Specially designed for Wimbles‟ by Catriona Stuart 1987, and finally a „farmers glory‟ wooden figure of a lady tennis player £40-50 163. 2 x Arthur Wood sporting series Tankards: finished in Treacle Brown c/w transfer tennis figures of Jack Cramer and Margret Osborne from the 1947 Wimbledon Championship both fitted with tennis racket and tennis ball handle (G) £30-40 164. Tennis selection: to incl a signed ltd ed print „Ivan Lendle‟ signed by the artist Geldart no 12/50 mf&g 18”/15” – a Perry and Maskell brochure „The P-M Way To Lawn Tennis‟ published by Slazenger in the original wrappers (split and torn) plus a 1932 Lytham St Anne‟s Tennis Tournament Programme and a cast iron „Tennis Opponent‟ patent anchor game weight – will make an ideal paperweight (4) £30-40 165. Badminton Library: Tennis Series by J M and C G Heathcote – “Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Rackets and Fives” 1st ed 1890 – publ‟d London: Longmans, Green and Little Brown, Boston, c/w many illustrations throughout – rebound in full red morocco boards with gilt title to spine – ex Wimbledon Public Library – internally clean but is stamped intermittently throughout £30-50 166. Fine Art Deco silver plated tennis trophy oil lamp c1912 – the wonderful classic design is engraved „From Liberton Tennis Club July 1912‟ to the front of the square base – comes c/w Burner and glass Chimney – overall 28” Illus £250-300 Note: Liberton Tennis Club was one of the earliest Scottish Tennis Clubs which dated back to the late 1880s and fell into disrepair and closed in 1973 167. 1934 silver tennis trophy plaque: comprising a silver engraved shield hall marked Birmingham 1934 mounted on a

wooden shield c/w a silver embossed male tennis figure in period clothing playing a back hand cross court shot – the plaques engraved „F.R.T.C.‟ mixed doubles championship – W B Mouat and Miss V Brown 1934 £25-30 168. Collection of pre war tennis items: to incl Monte Carlo Tennis Championship day ticket, 1924 Menton LT &C. Club Open Tennis Tournament entry Badge, a cabinet photograph of a Victorian lady tennis player, Brass Compass Ashtray advertising Lawn Tennis Balls, plus 2 brass and enamel tennis pin badges plus a Swiss chocolate tin and a miniature play racket. (7) £30-40 169. Large cast iron “No 4 Court” tennis sign – overall 7.5”/28.5” £50-75 170. Rare unnamed single handled Lawn Tennis white line court maker c.1890: fitted with 2 x small front wheel line guides and a large rear line marker c/w original cast iron box and handle. Handle length 26.75” Illus. £75-100 See Robert T Everitt – „Racket Sports Collectables‟ p.147 171. Jaques & Sons Ltd “Eclipse Marker” London, Lawn Tennis white line marker c1910: three wheel cast iron line marker with a clever and early cleaning wheel deVice c/w matching wooden handles and cross bar embossed with makers details £40-50 See Robert T Everitt – „Racket Sports Collectables‟ p147 172. Rare “Osmond‟s Patent Eclipse Marker” manufactured by Jaques & Son Ltd London 1930: Lawn Tennis white line marker fitted with two small front wheel line guides, and a large wheel rear wheel line marker c/w original cast iron box. The cast iron frame is fitted with twin wooden handles and cross bar which is embossed with makers details £40-50 See Robert T Everitt – „Racket Sports Collectables‟ p.148 173. An Ernest Lake Ltd Makers Bishops Stortford cast iron Lawn Tennis Marker: a blank painted three-wheel Lawn Tennis marker with original transfer and twin spoke wheels – c/w the makers oval plaque the right hand side upright £30-40

174. 1920/30s Lawn Tennis Dress: fine handmade short sleeved knee length Lawn Tennis theme green cotton dress – decorated with tennis balls in felt, crossed rackets in silk with fine strings, net made of tape, posts and netting in cotton. £80-120 175. Rare 1906 South African Lawn Tennis Championship programme: to incl the Championship and Handicap Events held at Berea Mitchell Park Club Courts Durban on Friday 20 th July and following days – (in the original covers – split, tears and speckled foxing) – internally clean – rare £80-120 176. Rare 1906 Lawn Tennis book signed by the author: by Paul De Borman and titled „Lawn-Tennis – Quelques Conseils‟ rare 1st ed 1906 in the original leather and gilt bound boards signed by the author to the front blank page and dated 14th May 1906 c/w the Table of Handicap‟s and interesting advertisements to the rear to incl Severin Freres, J J Perry, Ch Donnay etc overall condition (G) £80-100 177. Rare 1907 Handwritten postcard by Miss May J Sutton Wimbledon and US Single Ladies Lawn Tennis Champion: postmark Wimbledon SW dated June 25th 1907 (Wimbledon Lawn tennis fortnight) addressed to Eric Doeg Earls Court and is inscribed „I do not know at present exactly what day the finals of the ladies singles take place – there will however be some very good matches next Saturday so do try to come that day...... I am going to try my level best to win‟ signed May J Sutton. This card was obviously written prior to her second Wimbledon Championship 1907 £150-200 Note: May Sutton won the Wimbledon Singles Ladies Championship in 1905 and 1907, also won the Wimbledon Ladies Double Championship 1906, the Mixed Double in 1907 and also held the US Ladies Singles and the Women‟s Doubles title in 1904 and the lot comes with other letters and photographs from relatives et al 178. Collection of 1930s/40s South American Tennis Press photographs: most 10” x 8” to incl Alberto Basaldua, Talbot Wright, Lucilo del Castillo, Adriano Zappa and Augusto Zappa and ladies Maria Mercedes, to incl informal and action shots from various final, semi finals et al. Some „touched up‟ for newspaper publications (14) £60-75 179. No Lot 180. No Lot Cricket Memorabilia and related items 181. Herbert Sutcliff Staffordshire ware cricket mug: printed in black and white „Herbert Sutcliff World‟s 1 st Record Maker 4 Centuries in 5 Test Matches‟ showing him full length batting and on the reverse a list „England and Australian Test Records‟ scoring 2437 runs in 39 innings incl 8 centuries which are listed with the details within a printed shield – together with details of his record first wicket partnership 550 runs and also the 3 seasons he scored 3000 runs or more – chip to rim and crack to the base and side and some discolouring £50-75 182. 1953 England v Australia Cricket Test Series: a scarce glass commemorative half pint tankard with a colour transfer featuring the Ashes Urn, British Lion and Australia Kangaroo either side of the wicket m bat and ball. £20-25 183. W G Grace cricket plate – Coalport “Century of Centuries” ltd ed commemorative blue & white bone china plate c1983 printed with a portrait of W G Grace to the centre and a record of each innings and signed W G Grace to the base No 326/750 – overall 9” – in original box £50-75 184. J B Hobbs cricket plate – Coalport “Century of Centuries” ltd ed commemorative beige & white bone china plate

printed with players portrait to the centre and a record of each innings and signed J B Hobbs to the base ltd to only 500 overall 9” in original box. £30-50 185*. Rare Don Bradman: Coalport “Century of Centuries” ltd ed commemorative green & white bone china plate printed with players portrait to the centre and a record of each innings and signed to the base - ltd to only 500 - issued in 1979 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of his retirement - overall 9” - in original box – see the Keith Crump Collection lot 355 £75-100 186. Leslie Ames cricket plate – Coalport “Century of Centuries” ltd ed commemorative blue & white bone china plate printed with player‟s portrait to the centre and a record of each innings and signed to the base - ltd to only 500 - overall 9” in original box. £20-25 187. 1976 & 1993 Middlesex County Cricket Champions: 2x Coalport bone chine plates to commemorate winning the first Schweppes County Cricket Championships in 1976 & 1993 – ltd to 1000 & 1500 respectively - overall 10.5” (G) £2025 188. 1977 Kent & Middlesex Joint Holders County Cricket Champions: Coalport bone chine plate to commemorate winning the first Schweppes County Cricket Championship in 1977– ltd to only 1500 –overall 10.5” (G) £20-25 189. Official Australian cricket replica of the Ashes Urn: in the original Foster‟s retail box together with a photograph of the Victorious England Captain Michael Vaughan who regained the Ashes in 2005 c/w COA £30-50 Don Bradman‟s Debut in Test Cricket Australia v England 1st Test Match 1928/29Ashes Series 190. Rare 1928/29 Australian cricket team signed autograph album page for this momentous occasion: signed by Jack Ryder (Captain) Woodfull, Ponsford, Oldfield, Gregory, Grimmett, Ironmonger, Hendry, Kippax, and 12 th man Oxenham £1200-1500 Don Bradman‟s 1st Tour to England 1930 191*. Rare „Welcome to the Australian 1930‟ signed British Sportsman‟s Club dinner menu and the official table plan and guest list: the menu for the luncheon given to welcome the 1930 Australian Touring team to England, The Savoy Hotel, London, April 24th, 1930 – signed to the double centred page by 62 of the 275 invited guests, mainly test players, incl the 1930 Australians and 14 former England captains, signatures to incl: Bradman, McCabe, Woodfull, Grimmett, Ponsford, Oldfield, Hawke, Fry, Harris, Jackson, MacLaren, Gilligan, Carr, Fender, Chapman, White, Hammond, Bosanquet, Wynyard, Spooner, Leveson-Gower, Mailey, Macartney, Duleepsinhji, Woolley, Hobbs, Sutcliffe, Larwood, Warner, Hendren, Gunn, Mann et al. Sold with the original guest list/ seating plan for all attendees. This was Bradman‟s first tour to England and was signed before a ball was bowled on the tour. A wonderful array of signatures for this very rare menu and guest list. There were a total of only 275 listed guests for this prestigious luncheon, incl many former England test players, rugby players, chairman of football and rugby clubs, Wavell Wakefield, Lord Desborough (Olympics), Australian governmental officials, as well as the Australian touring team and Sir Julian Cahns team to Argentina £1500-2000 Don Bradman‟s last Test Match 1948 192. Rare 1948 Scotland v Australia official cricket programme: played at Mannofield, Aberdeen 17th and 18th September 1948, with the original coloured pictorial wrappers featuring Don Bradman in a typical batting action picture c/w a certain fold of the team with facsimile autographs, (some speckled foxing to covers slight crease fold) otherwise (G) together with an unused score card and an official „Meet The Australian‟s Tour Guide For The 1948 Tour‟ (staple rust and minor nicks to spine) otherwise (F/G) (3) £300-350 Don Bradman Unique Caricature Art Work MCC 193*. Unique original pen and ink newspaper artwork by Wells: entitled „No rest for the Wicket‟ depicting the England players at the time of selection for the 1932/33 Ashes series. One caption reads „The Selector‟s problem is who is going to get Bradman out?‟ - Signed in ink to the left centre lower board by Don Bradman. unique Bodyline collectable, excellent for display (overall 14”x10”) £1000-1500 194*. 1977/78 scarce England tour to Pakistan and New Zealand signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount by Allied Photo Company Lahore Pakistan and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad (19) incl Brearley, (Captain), Boycott, Botham, Gatting, Willis, Roope, Miller, Randell, Barrington (manager) et al. Ex G Saulez (England scorer) collection. Overall 13”x7.5”x18” £250-300 195*. 1978/79 scarce England tour to Australia signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared

for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount by Ronald S Woolmore Adelaide and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad (21) incl Brearley, Botham, Gooch, Taylor, Barrington (manager), Boycott, Willis, Old, Lever et al. Ex G Saulez (England scorer) collection. Overall 12”x13” £250-300 196*. 1981/82 scarce England tour to India and Sri Lanka signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad (19) incl Fletcher, Boycott, Willis, Botham, Gower, Gooch, Gatting, Dilley, Subba Row et al. Ex G Saulez (England scorer) collection. Overall 12”x13.5” £200-250 197*. 1983/84 scarce England tour to Fiji, New Zealand and Pakistan signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad (19) incl Willis (captain), Botham, Gower, Randell, Taylor, Dilley, Tavare, Smith, Fowler, A C Smith (manager) et al. Ex G Saulez (England scorer) collection. Overall 11”x14” £200-250 198*. 1984/85 scarce England tour to India and Australia signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount by Graham Morris and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad (19/) incl Gatting, Gower, Lamb, Pocock, Edmunds, Robinson, French. Ex G Saulez (England scorer) collection. Overall 13.75”x18” £200-250 199*. 1986/87 scarce England tour to Australia signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad (17) incl Gatting, Gower, Botham, Dilley, Broad, Edmonds, Small et al. The last Ashes winning team in Australia. Ex Graham Dilley collection. Overall 12”x14” £200-250 200. 2 x Vic Cricket and Billiards copper oval plaques: each with match scenes in relief (A/F) overall 7.5”x6”max £3050 201. Vic cricket trophy and later velvet cap: interesting presentation trophy for the best batting average for the 1894 season presented by Cheddon CC comprising a section of a period cricket bat mounted with a silver plated engraved plaque together with a velvet rugby cap embroidered with a coronet, initials RNCC and dates 1903/04 1904/05 (A/F) £30-50 202. Cricket /Rugby League 1960: 1960 Presentation Match Cricket ball mounted on a wooden stand c/w silver plated shield engraved “Highfield Cricket Club – presented to W. J. Boston – 9wkts for 25 runs against Winstanley Park 1960” – overall 5” £340-50 Note: William "Billy" John Boston MBE is a former Wales and Great Britain rugby league player, a member of the Rugby League Hall of Fame, Welsh Sports Hall of Fame and was, along with Shaun Edwards the first to be voted into the Wigan RLFC Hall Of Fame. He was awarded an MBE in 1986 203. Cricket Measuring tape: an early brass case c1900 with paper label titled “Cricketers‟ Tape” with details and size of cricket measurements incl length of pitch, bowling and popping crease, wickets, bat and ball – tape shortened (2”) some stains to label – otherwise (G) £30-50 204. Official ECB Cricket Umpire pure wool pullover, c/w the ECB embroidered Crown and Lion crest to the chest long sleeve and appears unused. £25-40 205. Official ECB Cricket Umpire pure wool pullover, c/w the ECB embroidered Crown and Lion crest to the chest short sleeve and appears unused. £25-40 206. Rare Indian Cricket League shirt: “ICL” 20:20 International Championship official Umpire long sleeved shirt and cap – comprising a cotton dress shirt both with ICL embroidered crests. Note this was first event in India attended by international teams and became known as the Rebel League hence rare. (3) £20-40 207. Slazengers signed cricket hat – signed in black felt tip pen by various international cricket stars, actors to incl Subba Row, Tim Rice, Gatting, Bill Frindall, Darren Gough, Tom Graveney, Rachel Heyhoe Flint, Richard Stilgoe, Robert Powell (actor) (11) £20-30 208. Scarce Derrick Robins XI cricket touring blazer to the West Indies 1974-75 green cloth with gold and cream braid trim and embroidered braided crest c/w touring tie (VG). Illus. £100-150 Note: Derrick Harold Robin was an English cricketer and played twice for Warwickshire in 1947 and became sports promoter and one time chairman of Coventry City F.C – He started to promote overseas cricket tours and Derrick Robins had one simple ambition, and that was for his cricket side "to do so well that you will invite us back again". He also toured S. Africa while there were no sanctions against cricket players and his team always incl top class players such as Bob Willis, Brian Close, Tony Greig, Trevor Chappell et al. He was born in 1914 and died at the age of 89 in 2004 in South Africa 209. Marston Blue ECB signed cricket “T” shirt - signed to the front by Hoggard and Gough either side of cricket transfer portrait of Hoggard plus a Hill House Hammond “Zone 6 City Cricket” sponsored cricket Umpire‟s wind proof top c/w 2 zipper pockets and adjustable toggles. (2) £20-25 Note the Zone 6 City match was played at Hove in an experimental game where the umpire‟s were wired for sound for the first time – match was played between Sussex and Players & Cricketers Assoc. Hence scarce top. 210. Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl G O Allen, CBE, b 1902 – Cambridge Univ, Middlesex, and England. He was one of the first leading fast bowlers in the game; C J Barnett, b 1910 - Gloucestershire and MCC – scored 1000 runs in a season x12 E Bowes, b 1908 - Yorkshire, and MCC tour to Australia and New Zealand in 1932/33,

took 100 wickets in a season x 9 - Freddie Brown, b 1910 - Cambridge Univ, Surrey, Northants, and England – scored 1000 runs in a season x 4, and took 100 wickets three times achieving “the double” twice. £40-50 211. Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl W E Astill b 1888 - Leicestershire and England test cricketer. £20-30 212. 2x post war Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl Ken Barrington and Peter May both Surrey & England May went to Charterhouse, heading school‟s batting average at the age of 14, played for Cambridge Univ £40-50 213. Early Cricket Test Player Signature: to incl E H Bowley, b 1890 - Sussex and England - scored 1000 in a season x 15 plus 4 double centuries £25-30 214. Early Cricket Test Player Signature: to incl Len Braund, b 1875, played for Surrey, Somerset, London Counties and England, he toured Australia 1901 £40-50 215. 2x pre war Lancashire Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl Kenneth Cranston, b 1917, (England Capt.) hit 1000 runs in a season x 2 and L Wilkinson who took 151 wkts in his first season, toured South Africa in 1938/39 and took 44 wkts £40-50 216. Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl J N Crawford, b 1886, played for Surrey while a schoolboy at Repton in 1904 – hit 1000 runs in a season x 3, and 100 wkts in a season twice. £50-60 217. 4x Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl Arthur Fagg, b 1915 - Kent and England, Doug Wright - Kent and England took 100 wkts in 10 seasons plus 7x hat trick; R E S Wyatt b 1901 – Warks, Worcs. and England scored 1000 runs x 17 seasons, and 2000 runs x 5 seasons and captained England- Norman Yardley b 1915 -Cambridge Univ, Yorkshire and England, captain, scored 1000 runs x 8 seasons. £40-50 218. Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl P G H Fender, b 1892 - Sussex, Surrey and England, scored a century in 35 minutes against Northants in 1920 £30-35 219. 5x various Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl Jack Flavell, b 1929 – Worcs. and England - took 100 wkts x 8 seasons, Cyril Walters, b 1905 - Lancs and England, hit 1000 runs x 5 seasons; Cyril Washbrook, b 1914 - Lancs and England hit 1000 runs x 17 seasons, Allan Watkins b 1922 - Glamorgan and England hit 1000 runs x 13 seasons and took 100 wkts in a season twice; Alan Wharton b 1923 - Lancs and England, also a good Rugby League player for Salford. £3550 220*. 1989 England MRF World Cricket Series signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount by Graham Morris and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad (17) incl Gooch, Hussain, Pringle, Russell, Lamb, De Freitas, Small, Smith, Larkins, Cook et al. Ex G Saulez (Scorer) collection. Overall 13.5”x16” £200-250 221*. 1990/91 England Tour to Australia and New Zealand signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount by Graham Morris and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad (20) incl Gooch, Atherton, Lewis, Gower, Malcolm, et al. Given to the vendor by Mickey Stewart. Overall 13”x15” £200-250 222*. 1994 England Tour to West Indies signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount by Graham Morris and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad (21) incl Atherton (captain), Hick, Thorpe, Ramprakash, Tufnell, Hussain, Stewart, K Fletcher (manager). Ex G Hick collection. Overall 12”x16” £200-250 223*. 1998 England Tour to West Indies signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad and officials (23) incl Atherton (captain), Hussain, Thorpe, Ramprakash, Tufnell, Stewart, D Lloyd (manager). Overall 11”x16.5” £200-250 224*. 1998/99 England Tour to Australia and New Zealand signed team photograph: an original colour squad photograph (prepared for players and official only) laid down to original photographers mount and neatly signed in ink to the border by the full squad and officials (23) incl Stewart, Hick, B. Hollioake, Gough, Headley, Giles et al. Ex G Hick collection. Overall 11.75”x16.5” £200-250 225. 1934 England cricket team autographs: v Australia 4th test at Headingly, Leeds - match was drawn but incl Don Bradman scoring a record 304 runs in his 1st innings of 584, signed by 7 of the players to incl Hammond, Leyland, Bowes, Verity, Ames, Hopwood, W Keeton and Mitchell - £30-50 The following lots 226-255 relate to the cricketing career of William Walter Keeton, England and Nottinghamshire county cricketer - a prolific run scorer hitting 1000 runs in a season 12 times, 2000 runs 6 times. His highest score was 312 for Nottinghamshire v Middlesex at the Oval in 1939 – a county record. He also hit 6 other double centuries all for Nottinghamshire and with C B Harris he recorded 45 opening century partnerships. He also played football for Sunderland and Nottingham Forest as an inside right forward. The items come from a direct descendant. 226. 1932 „Double Century‟ presentation cricket ball: c/w a silver shield engraved „W W Keeton - Notts v Glamorgan at Trent Bridge – 242 runs Aug 13, 15, 16 1932‟ c/w an oak turned presentation stand £100-120 227. 1932 Notts County Cricket Club silk score card: recording W W Keeton‟s double century v Glamorganshire at Trent Bridge – mounted on card, overall 8.5”x6.5” £30-50

228. 1934 „Double Century‟ presentation cricket ball: c/w a silver shield engraved „W W Keeton – 261 - Notts v Gloucester – 21st June 1934‟ c/w an oak presentation stand £100-120 229. 1934 Notts County Cricket Club silk score card: recording W W Keeton‟s double century v Gloucester at Trent Bridge – mf&g and on the reverse a presentation label hand written in ink to W W Keeton from A W Shelton president Notts County Cricket Club, overall 14.25”x12” £30-50 230. 1934 „Double Century‟ presentation cricket ball: c/w a silver shield engraved „W W Keeton – 223 v Worcester – Worksop - July 14, 16, 17 1934‟ c/w an oak presentation stand £100-120 231. 1934 Notts County Cricket Club silk score card: recording W W Keeton‟s double century v Worcestershire at the Worksop ground – mf&g and on the reverse hand written in ink presentation details to W W Keeton from A.W. Shelton president Notts County Cricket Club, overall 14”x13” £30-50 232. 1948 „Double Century‟ presentation cricket ball: c/w a silver shield engraved „W W Keeton – 208 v Glamorgan – Trent Bridge July 6, 7, 8 1948‟ c/w a fully printed score card for the 1 st innings dated 1949 £100-120 233. 1949 „Double Century/ Record Score‟ presentation cricket ball and score card: presented to Walter Keeton who scored 210 against Yorkshire at Bramall Lane, the highest score recorded against Yorkshire by a Nottingham player c/w a circular silver shield engraved plaque dated 27th June 1949 and full inscription together with a fully printed score card Yorkshire v Nottinghamshire 1949 (vertical crease fold) £100-120 234. Scarce 1929 Notts County v Rest of England silk cricket score card: titled „Champion County v Rest of England‟ played at Surrey County Cricket Club at The Kennington Oval – 4 day match, keenly contested over the four days with the rest of England winning by just 8 runs, with Notts County knocking up a total of 673 runs – mounted on card – approx 10”x7” £30-50 235. Scarce 1932 Cambridge Univ v Notts cricket light blue silk score card: recording Keeton‟s double century – 200 not out 1st innings with Notts. bowling the Cambridge out in both innings for 34 and 81 runs, with Larwood taking 5 wickets and Voce taking 10 – mounted on card 6”x8.25” £30-40 236. Fine collection of 21 x 100s W Keeton fully printed Nottinghamshire cricket score cards (1931-1950): recording his outstanding batting achievements 100 v Essex („31), 134 v Lancs. („49), 110 v Hampshire („33), 116 v Lancs („33) 129 v Surrey („33), 154 v Somerset („46), 110 v Notts („33), 188 v Essex („47), 115 v Warwickshire („50), 124 v Gloucestershire („49), 160 v Kent („46), 142 v Kent („51), 131 v Hampshire („31) plus 10 others £50-60 237. Collection of 3 x Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club fully printed score cards: to incl breaking the 1st wicket stand record of 100 runs v Warwickshire in 1948 (Keeton – 67 and Harris – 92) plus v Australia 1948 and v New Zealand 1949 (G) £15-20 238. 1929 Notts County Cricket Champions signed collection: to incl 1929 dinner menu to celebrate the winning of the County cricket Championship signed to the front in pencil by J B Hobbs (Surrey), Garnet Lee (Derby) plus the Notts John Gunn, A Hallam, J W Day, E Alletson, C E James, T Wass. Together with the original table plan and guest list, Invitation card and 1929 Souvenir brochure (4) £75-100 239. Collection of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club Year books, signed benefit brochure and Invitation: to incl 13 handbooks from 1932/34, „47, „49/53 plus 3 others to ‟64 and the 1949 C B Harris Benefit Souvenir brochure signed by 14/16 of the players to incl Simpson, Keeton, Same, C B Harris, Jepson, Stocks et al and an Invitation to a presentation dinner held in honour of James Ire monger (15) £40-50 240. 3 x Pre-war Nott‟s County Cricket Club Official Team Photographs plus one other: all mounted on board late 1920s/ early 30s, one by Wilkes & Son and players incl Butler, Keeton, Voce, Hardstaff, Gunn, Larwood, Harris, Staples, Carr et al and incl the 1929 Championship winning team (3) overall 13” x 16” – 14” x 18” – 9.5 x 12” plus a official 1936 North England XI cricket team photograph played at Lords against the South England XI (4) £100-120 241. 3x 1930s signed Nottingham cricket club postcards: to incl 2x early 1930s team photographs signed by Harold Larwood, Voce, Lilley, Keeton, Staples, Gunn, Woodhead etc plus another card of 2x Notts players of Keeton and S D Rhodes (who toured overseas with J Cahns XI) and signed to each image. £75-90 242. 3x Nottingham Count cricket club postcards plus another: to incl 2x pre war team photographs for 1928, an early post war team 1947 and North of England XI team photograph taken at Scarborough Festival -some minor creases. (4) £4045 243. Collection of various Notts. County Cricket club team and other photographs: to incl Notts. V Middlesex at the Oval when Keeton scored his record 312 runs plus other pre and post war team photographs, North Of England XI c1930s, group shot of Notts. players Voce, Keeton and Gunn, another of Middlesex players Hendren and Price entering The Trent Bridge ground etc. plus 8x cricket players Topical Times supplements. (20#) £40-50 244. 1934 England International cricket cap and tie – awarded to W W Keeton – navy blue cloth England cap by Devereux with embroidered braid England Crest of Three Lions and Crown together with England cricket silk tie by Simpsons Piccadilly. (2) £250-300 245. 1936/37 Rare Australian and New Zealand commemorative silver plated knapkin ring given to MCC players and official members of the tour party – comprising knap ring supported by a Kangaroo and Kiwi and mounted with boomerang and Country Australia – given by Joe Hardstaff to Walter Keeton plus 1935/36 MCC Official Tour Australia and New Zealand Christmas Card signed Joe to Wally and on the reverse “Dear Walter – I would like to see you on these wickets, I

think you would get just as many as you liked – hope you are fit again signed Joe” (2) £50-75 246. 1936- 37 MCC Australasian Cricket Tour Itinerary and MCC tie: to incl 1936 itinerary incl Team,, Match programme, Hotels and Travelling schedule dept Sept 12th 1936 to Australia leaving Australia for New Zealand on March 12th 1937 – departing New Zealand April 3rd sailing back via, Los Angles, then by train to Chicago/New York and finally sailing back on 21st April back to Southampton arriving on 26th April plus MCC Cricket tie – both Ex Joe Hardstaff. £75100 247. 1953 Australia signed cricket team press photograph: signed by all 17 team players for the 1st Test at Trent Bridge on 13/6/1953 – signed by Hassett, Morris, Harvey, Miller, Benaud, Davidson, Tallon, Lindwall, Johnston et al plus another press photograph of Hassett acknowledging the cheers on reaching 100 in the first innings at Trent Bridge – both 10 x8” – some creases (2) £100-150 248. Collection of pre and post war England cricket Test press action photographs against Australia, India, and West Indies: incl 3x v Australia (‟34), 3x West Indies (‟39), v India (‟46) and v Australia (‟53) to incl King Edward VIII congratulating Hardstaff on scoring 205 against India, others incl Weekes, Hassett, Keeton, Headley, Voce, plus 2x printed score cards England v W Indies (‟39) at Oval and v Australia ‟48 at Trent Bridge ( Bradman 138, Hassett 137 , Compton 184) (10) £40-50 249. Fine cricket scrapbook belonging to Walter Keeton – following his cricket career from his first match for Notts. 2nd XI v Staffordshire in Minor Counties League August 1927 up to August 1939 to incl his record breaking score 312 n/o and his selection for the 4th Test v West Indies– the neatly laid out hardback book contains 13x printed silk score cards recording his various centuries and joint opening partnership with Harris, 3x original signed cricket press photographs of opening batsmen to incl 1939 Test Len Hutton (165) and Keeton, plus with Notts. openers Geo Gunn and Harris, a rare 1934 signed England v Australia 4th Test match dinner menu at Headingly Leeds signed to the inside front cover by 14 England players to incl Wyatt, Walters, Hendren, Leyland, Sutcliffe, Keeton, Hopwood, Ames, Verity, Mitchell, Hammond, Longridge, Bowes, and one other, plus in depth newspaper articles on his record breaking innings of 312 n/o against Middlesex at The Oval on 18th July 1939 (more notably as Keeton had played with a damaged finger) , plus related telegrams from Sir Albert & Lady Atkey, Geo Gunn, a telegram from All at Roker Park ( where Keeton played for Sunderland FC) on being selected for the Final Test v West Indies and last test before the outbreak of War, et al £250-£300 250. Collection of pre war Official MCC letters from the cricket selection board, press photographs, telegrams, and newspaper cuttings relating to Walter Keeton England & Notts. County Cricketer – to incl selection letters to play for England incl v Australia July 1934 signed Stanley Jackson, v West Indies 1939 signed P Perrin, Test Trial match North v South 1936 signed Pelham Warner, Sponsorship and endorsement letter from makers Cawood “K” ( Keeton) cricket bats in Nottingham and reminding Keeton to “Show the face of the bat to the press” , official Final Test West Indies notification of admission tickets to the Oval, original press photographs , 1950/51 MCC Tour to Australia & New Zealand – official Christmas card signed “Reg” and 1947 England V South Africa match ticket for the 1st Test at Trent Bridge – plus 3x cricket magazines with features on Walter Keeton - a lot (G) £100-150 251. Collection of pre war England cricket test player press photographs: incl 1932 Test Trial team photograph England v Rest incl Keeton and the players selected for the forthcoming “Bodyline Series” against Australia, 1934 v Australia 4th Test with Keeton ( debut test match) and Walters walking out to bat on day one, another signed by Hammond and last but no means least Jack Hobbs And Jardine walking out to bat Surrey v Somerset at Taunton on the occasion of Jack Hobbs equalling WG Grace‟s record of 126 centuries as well as equalling 13 centuries scored in any one season. (5) £100-120 252. Collection of cricket books – some signed: personal property of Walter Keeton to incl 3 x hard back Wisden Almanack – 1940, ‟57 (spine split) ‟63 (100th ed) plus ‟60 soft back (A/F) together with „The World of Cricket‟ signed to the front blank page by Jim Swanton, Collin Cowdrey, Brian Johnston – plus „The Larwood Story‟ with DJ (G), „The Freddie Trueman Story‟ with dust jacket, plus 3 others (10) £60-75 253. Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club silver and enamel cuff links – presented to Walter Keeton on scoring his record innings of 312 n/o v Middlesex at The Oval in 1939 £40-50 254. 2x pre war original cricket test match stumps – given to Walter Keeton on his debut against Australia in 1934 at Headingly and again on his selection for the final test in 1939 v West Indies a the Oval plus 2x signed cricket bails to incl test match v Pakistan c1960s and another (4) £100-120 Note – 4th Test at Headingly England v Australia was noted for Don Bradman‟s record 304 runs as well as 181 by his fellow opener Ponsford – and as already mentioned the ‟39 test match v W Indies was the last test match played before the outbreak of war. 255. Walter Keeton‟s 1933 Record 11162 run cricket bat scored in just a month– original Gunn & Moore Autograph cricket bat used by Keeton to score 1162 runs in just under one month commencing 5 th July – 1 September 1933 – c/w hand written label laid down on the face with details of each of 8x matches and number of runs scored to incl 6x Centuries (5 consecutive matches) – rubber handle perished and binding has been removed from the bottom to reveal a crack to the back of the bat. £300-400 256*. A O Jones signed cricket bat c1910 - England Capt, Cambridge Univ, Notts. & London County cricket teams– b 1872 – 1914 – used Gunn & Moore Autograph cricket bat signed and dated 1910 to the top left hand corner on the back of the blade c/w the original Gunn & Moore grip (G) – some old wood worm otherwise (G) and original photograph mf&g (2)

£350-400 Note Jones was a brilliant opening batsman and a leg-break and googly bowler. In 1903 he made what was then the highestever score by a Nottinghamshire batsman, scoring an unbeaten 296 against Gloucestershire at Trent Bridge. In 1907 Jones led Notts to the County Championship and captained England to Australia in 1907/08 tour but due to illness he only played in 2 matches – he remained Captain of Notts up until his untimely death in 1914 from tuberculosis 257. 1948 MCC/ South Africa Tour cricket bat: full size Warsop/ Hendren Autograph cricket bat with details of the scorecard on front for the game between Government House XI v MCC- and dated 2nd December 1948 on the reverse – some signatures but mostly faded - rubber grip perished otherwise (G). £30-50 258. 1930s Yorkshire/Sussex signed cricket bat: a full size Herbert Sutcliffe Autograph “Flexo” patent handle cricket bat signed on the back by 12 members of each team to incl Yorkshire players – Brian Sellers, Herbert Sutcliffe, H Verity, Mitchell, Barber, Turner, Bowes, Leyland etc and Sussex players Bartlett, Langridge, Cornford, J H & H W Parks, etc – signed ink some slight fading and rubbing. (F) £75-100 259. West Indies signed cricket bat 1966: Gray Nicolls full size cricket bat signed to the front by 15 players Sobers, Kanhai, Butcher, Nurse, Wes Hall, Griffith, Lance Gibbs et al (some faintly signed) plus 1957 England v West Indies score card for the 1st Test match at Edgbaston where Sonny Ramadhin took 9 wickets and Peter May and Cowdrey put on 285 & 154 for the 4th wicket stand plus England v S Africa score card 1960 (3) £75-100 260. 1955 England/ South Africa signed cricket bat: full size Gradidge Len Hutton autograph signed on front by England (11) to incl May, Compton, Bailey, Jim Laker, Lock, Statham, Close, Graveney, et al and South Africa below (mostly faded) – rubber handle perished – otherwise (G) £40-60 261. 2003 England v South Africa v Zimbabwe – Nat West Series One day Cricket International signed cricket bat: official full size Duncan Fearnley bat signed by all three teams - England (15) Vaughan, Flintoff, Giles, Gough, Harmison, McGrath, Solanki, Trescothick et al South Africa (16) Smith, Adams, Boucher, Gibbs, Kallia, Pollock, Jaarsveld et al Zimbabwe (16) Streak, Brent, Carlisle, Ebrahim, Flower, Marillier, Price Sims - et al. £80-120 Note The Final was played between England and South Africa at Lord's which England won by 7 wickets 262. Middlesex CC team signed cricket bat c2000 – official team bat signed by 14 members of the squad incl Fraser, Ramprakash, Nash, Bloomfield, Strauss, Roseberry, et al (VG) £30-60 263. England & West Indies signed cricket bats: 2 signed cricket bats at 5th Test match at the Oval 2000 – signed by each team to the face of the bat England (11) to incl Hussein, Atherton, Thorpe, Gough, Hick, Trescothick, Stewart, Vaughan, et al West Indies (17) to incl Brain Lara, Adams, Harper, King, Ambrose, Gayle, Dujon, Walsh et al – note this was England‟s first series Victory over the West Indies for 31yrs on Sept 4 th 2000 £50-60 264. 2005 Australian Cricket Tour to England signed cricket bat: signed by 6x leading players to incl Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath, Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, Gillespie, & Hayden to their 6x hand drawn cricket portraits. £60-80 265. 2 x signed cricket books: to incl Len Hutton „Cricket is my Life‟ signed by Len Hutton in pen to the 1 st title page, a handwritten letter from Leslie Ames, together with his book titled „Close of Play‟ together with 5 x copies of the German sports magazine „Der Rasensport‟ dated between June and August 1908 which incl articles on cricket, athletics, Lawn Tennis, football etc. together with a collection of cricket brochures and programmes incl Test match, World Cup, Benson & Hedges, Benefits, et al £30-35 266*. 1959 MCC cricket tour to Canada – an excellent and rare cricket team press photograph of the squad boarding the liner Corinthia at the docks in Liverpool before departing for Canada – captained by Dennis Silk who supporting a dapper straw hat – overall 10x8 £40-50 267*. 1961/62 MCC cricket tour to India, Pakistan and Ceylon team photograph – original b/w photograph on plain mount decorated with MCC cloth colours, India BCC insignia and Royal Coat of Arms – framed overall 10 x 16” £40-50 268*. 1966 England v West Indies cricket team photograph: taken before the 1st Test match at Old Trafford to incl Colin Milburn, Colin Cowdrey, Fred Titmus, Jim Parks, Mike Smith, Ken Barrington, D‟Oliveira – overall 10x8” £40-50 269*. 1967 England Young Cricketers Tour to Pakistan - scarce cricket press photograph of the 1st Young England squad (in the history of game) as they board their plane in London – players incl Mike Brearley. Keith Fletcher, et al overall 10x8 £40-50 270*. 1969 First Professional Cricket team to The Middle East (Kuwait) – rare squad team photograph about to board Pakistan Airways flight at London Airport to incl Worcester Tom Graveney (cap), Coldwell, Gifford, Ormrod, Headley, Ibadulla, Clive Lloyd and Neil Hawke – missing Basil D‟Oliveira who was at Buckingham Palace to receive his OBE – overall 10 x 8” £40-50 271*. Collection of 5x various cricket photographs to incl 1922/23 MCC touring team to South Africa, plus a collection Notts. CCC players incl Wilf Flowers who played against the 1 st Australian team to England in 1878, also x2 Notts bookplate team photos dated 1875 and 1905 and an original photograph of Pelham Warner c1937 £75-100 272*. Hanif Mohammed (Pakistan and Rest of World cricketer): 3x original press photographs c.1960s batting against MCC for Pakistan and 2x Rest of The World played at Lords in 1962 and 1965 respectively. £40-50 273. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl George Geary b 1893 – Leicester and England – 100 wkts in a season x 11 times £20-25 274. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl Paul Gibb, b 1930 – Cambridge University, Yorkshire, Essex and

England who went on to become a professional umpire. £20-25 275. 2x Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl Harold Gimblett, b 1914 and Morris Tremlett b 1923 – both Somerset and England, and each scoring 1000 runs in a season x 12 and 10 times respectively £50-60 276. Don Bradman Australia signed cricket display: incl a facsimile score card 1947 Australia v India recording Bradman‟s Century of Centuries in first class cricket matches, plus a FDC and various trade cards and a signed photograph – mf&g overall 21 20” £100-120 277. 4x Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl Tom Greenhough (Lancs.); Joe Hardstaff Jnr, (Notts); Malcolm Hilton (Lancs); Eddie Ledbeater (Yorks & Warks). £40-50 278. 2x Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl John Gunn & James Iremonger both b 1876 and both played for Notts. and England, each scoring 1000 runs in a season 11 & 9 times respectively with Iremonger also representing England at football. £40-50 279. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl N Haig, b 1887 – Middlesex and England – scoring1000 runs in a season x6 and also took 100 wkts in a season x5 £25-30 280. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl H T W Hardinge, b 1886 - Kent and England – scored 1000 runs in a season x18 incl 4 double centuries for England, he also played football for Newcastle United, Sheffield United, and Arsenal. £40-50 281. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl J W Hearne, b 1891 -Middlesex and England hitting 1000 runs in a season x 19 and also took100 wkts in a season x 5 £20-30 282. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl E H Hendren b 1889 - Middlesex and England, hitting 1000 runs in a season x 6 times, scored 3x 3000 runs and 12x 2000 runs in a season (pencil signature). £20-30 283. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl J Iddon, b 1902 – Lancashire and England, scored 1000 runs in a season x 13 times incl 5x double centuries. £20-30 284. 4x Early Test & County Cricket Players Signatures: all Notts. cricketers incl W Voce b 1909 – (England) taking a 100wkts x 6 season and partnered Larwood in the Bodyline Series, plus W W Keeton, b 1905 (England), W Walker b 1892 and W Payton b 1887 each player scoring over 1000 runs a season 12, 10 & 9 times respectively with Keeton also recording 2000 runs x6 as well as holding the record run score at Notts with 312 n/o £40-50 285. Cricket and other sporting medals: 5x silver and enamel sporting fobs – all hallmarked – sports incl Cricket, Football, 4x Darts et al – c/w 2x silver-plated chain links. £25-30 286. Cricket Advertising Sign: coloured advertising laminated tin sign for “Sportsman Gin” featuring a cricket batsman going out to bat with the slogan “The Finer Spirit”– overall 11x 7.5” max £35-40 287. Shane Warne signed ltd ed cricket book: bound in full red leather and gilt boards c/w white stitching to the edges, no 350 (players number) and signed by Warne to the limitation page no 523/1000 plus the ltd ed set x6 photographs c/w tissue leaves and its original envelope together with green cloth protective book case and original delivery card board packing (VG) £150-200 Australia Cricket Tour to England 1934 288*. Fine and original 1934 Australia Cricket team sepia tone signed photograph display: on the original photographers mount by Sasha (signed to the lower right corner) and neatly signed in ink by the players to incl Woodfull, Bradman, McCabe, O‟Reilly, Grimmett, Oldfield, Ponsford, Kippax et al – mf & g overall 16.5 x 18” £800-1000 Australia Cricket Tour to England 1964 289*. Fine and original 1964 Australian Cricket Touring Team signed photograph: Excellent original black and white squad photograph (10x8) laid down to original photographers mount and neatly signed in ink to both the upper and lower borders by al 21 players including: Simpson, Lawry, Burge, O‟Neill, Booth, McKenzie, Hawke, Cowper, Redpath, Grout et al – mf & g overall 13.5 x 15.25” £750-800 290*. 1988 Australia (v England) The Bi Centennial cricket match – scarce official signed team sheet: played at Sydney 29th Jan – 2nd Feb 1988 – signed by the team of 12 to incl Border, Boon, M Hughes, McDermott, Taylor, S. Waugh. £120-150 291*. 1981 Australia Tour to UK & Sri Lanka official signed team sheet: signed by 16 members of the team and 4x officials to incl Hughes, Marsh, Border, Chappell, Lawson, Lillee, Yallop et al £60-80 292*. 1986 Australia v England signed cricket FDC: titled „Clashes For The Ashes‟ and signed by 3x cricket legends, Allan Border Ian Botham and Sir Donald Bradman (laid down) dated 14 th Nov 1986 £90-120 293*. 1988 Australia v England signed cricket FDC: titled „Bi Centennial One Day International‟ signed by Australian captain Allan Border and dated 4th Feb 1988 £40-50 294*. 1980 England v Australia Centenary Cricket Test Match signed score cards (2): both blank score cards signed by both teams – England players (12) incl Boycott, Gooch, Athey, Gower, Botham, Gatting, Bairstow, etc and Australia players (12) incl Greg Chappell, Hughes, Yallop, Allan Border, Mash, Lillee, Thomson et al (2) £150-200

295*. 2x rare 1989 England v Australia signed cricket score cards: 2x superb gilt commemorative scorecards fully printed and each signed by the respective squad for the Test match at Lord‟s June 1989 – Australia (13) inc: Border, Taylor, Boon, Jones, Waugh, Hughes, Alderman, Lawson et al. England 13 inc: Gooch, Gatting, Gower, Russell, Smith, Broad et al. £200-250 296*. Scarce 1989 England v Australia cricket record signed scorecard: fully printed scorecard showing the opening stand of 329 between Mark Taylor and Geoff Marsh and signed in ink by both Australian openers played at Trent Bridge. £100-120 Note Australia won by an innings and 180 runs and achieved their highest score at Trent Bridge and a record for Australian Opening Partnership in the history of Ashes series. 297*. Rare 1993 England v Australia signed cricket score card: fine gilt commemorative fully printed scorecard signed in ink by the three Australian first innings centurions – incl Mark Taylor, Mark Slater and David Boon the opening and no 3 batsmen plus official autograph sheet of the England squad for the 1993 Texaco Trophy v Australia, signed in ink by 13 inc: Gooch, Caddick, Cork, Hick, Lewis, Thorpe, Smith et al Lord‟s Test match. (2) £60-75 298. 3x Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl James and John Langridge, b 1906 & 1910 – both played for Sussex – each scoring 1000 runs in a season x20 and x17 respectively £20-30 299. 2x Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl H W Lee, b 1890 & I A R Peebles b 1908 both played for Middlesex with Lee scoring 1000 runs in a season x 13 times and Peebles taking 100 wkts x 3 seasons who also played for Scotland as well as Oxford Univ – after losing an eye during the war he then became a Writer and Journalist. £40-50 300. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl H Makepeace, b 1881 - Lancashire and Double International hitting 1000 runs in a season x 13 times, also played football for Everton and England. £40-50 301. 3x Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl Jim McConnon, played for Glamorgan and England; A J McIntyre, played for Surrey and England; Arthur Milton, played for Gloucester and England. £25-30 302. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl Walter Mead, b 1868 - Essex taking 100 wkts in a season x 10 as well as 9 wkts x 3 innings and made his first class debut for MCC in 1892 £40-50 303. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl A Mitchell, b 1902 - Yorkshire and taking 100 wkts in a season x10 £20-25 304. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl N S Mitchell-Innes, b 1914 – Somerset, Oxford University, Scotland and England hit 1000 runs in a season x 3 times. £20-25 305. 2x Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl M S Nichols, b 1900, & J O‟Connor b 1897, both played for Essex with Nichols performing the double x 8 times and O‟Connor hitting scored 1000 runs in a season x 16 times £40-50 306. 4x various Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl Alan Oakman, b 1930 & Jim Parks, b 1931 both played for Sussex, each hitting 1000 runs in a season 9 & 20 x times respectively times plus Winston Place, b 1914 & Dick Pollard, b 1912, both played for Lancs – with Place scoring 1000 runs in a season x8 times; and Pollard who took 100 wkts in a season x7 £30-40 307. 4x Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl C J Poole, b 1921 – Notts hitting 1000 runs in a season x 12, G H Pope, b 1911 – Derbyshire scoring 1000 runs in a season x 4 times and 100 wkts in a season twice; Andrew Sandham b 1890 – Surrey hitting 1000 runs in a season x18 incl 2000 runs x8 and Derek Shackleton, b 1924 – Hampshire taking 100 wkts in a season x20 £30-40 308. 3x Early Cricket Test & County Players Signatures: to incl M Sibbles, b 1904, H Makepeace b 1881, and A W Wellard, born 1923, all played for Lancs with Sibbles taking 100 wkts in a season twice and both Makepeace and Wellard hitting 1000 runs x 13 and 11 seasons as well as playing for England FA and Rugby League for Salford respectively. £5060 309. 5x cricket test and 2x county players photographs: all head and shoulder portraits to incl Murray, Loader, Mike Smith, Swetman, Barber, Barry Knight, and D Carr, all c1959-1962 (7) £40-50 310. 7x various cricket test player photographs: to incl D. Lloyd, Denness, Greig, Gooch, Dexter, Moxon, Sharp and Knight incl test matches, Benson & Hedges Cup Final, et al – all with annotations on the reverse. £40-50 311. Gary Sobers West Indies – cricket photograph: full length press photograph of Sobers putting on pads ready for the practice nets at Crystal Palace – from the West Indies tour to England in 1966 – overall 10 x 8” £40-50 312. Gary Sobers and Lance Gibbs West Indies Cricket photograph: toasting each other and celebrating after 4th test victory over England at Headingly in 1966 with Gibbs taking 6 for 39 overall 10 x 8” £40-50 313. Cricket book and programmes: author Brunell Jones titled “The Best of Cricket - West Indies v England 1895 1974' 1st edition in original pictorial wrappers (G) plus 4x West Indies tour brochures in Australia 1988-89, „92-93, „95-96 and „96-97 (5) £40-50 314*. 3x West Indies cricket tour photographs c1961/63: to incl Ted Dexter toasting Frank Worrell on the balcony of the Oval pavilion following the W Indies Victory, Conrad Hunte in the nets and Lance Gibbs heads & shoulders after the victory over Australia in 1961 £45-60 Gary Sobers 6x6‟s signed scorecard Glamorgan v Nottinghamshire – August 31st 1968

315*. Very rare 1968 Glamorgan v Nottinghamshire signed original cricket scorecard: produced at the end of the first days play, fully printed and signed by the Nottingham team c/w scores to show Sobers 76 not out, innings declared closed at 394 for 5 Nash with figures of 21 overs, 3 maidens, 4 for 100 Up until the historic last over Nash‟s figures were far more respectable 20 overs, 3 maidens, 4 for 64. Contemporary fully printed scorecards from this match are exceptionally rare and hard to find let alone signed. £1000-1500 316*. Sir Garfield Sobers signed cricket colour press photograph; depicting Sobers batting during the 6x6‟s match for Notts v Glamorgan 1968 beautifully signed to the lower border. £75-100 317*. Malcolm Nash - Glamorgan County cricket cap c1968: blue embroidered cap with daffodil emblem above peak and M.A. Nash written to the inside label (in Nash‟s hand) c/w signed card. (G). £350-400 Note: Malcolm Nash is best remembered for being the bowler despatched for six consecutive 6‟s in one over by Garfield Sobers in 1968 – Provenance: Ex George Pope collection (Derbyshire and England) and acquired at Knights sale Australia World Cup 1999 Winners Shirt 318*. Tom Moody‟s Australian World Cup Winners signed shirt 1999: Australian long sleeve players shirt signed to the front by Tom Moody – also worn in other matches during the competition – mounted on board hence (G) £750-1000 Note: Comes c/w letter of provenance signed by Stuart Lampitt of Worcester CC who was given the shirt by his Worcester teammate Tom Moody for his Benefit year in 2000 319*. Allan Border Australia match worn cricket shirt 1992: Australian short sleeved shirt from the 1992 World Cup and signed to the front by Allan Border (G). £250-300 320*. Eddie Hemmings England match worn cricket shirt: white short sleeves shirt c/w England crest to the front pocket and signed to the front by Hemmings (G) £60-75 321*. Trevor Jesty Hampshire one-day match worn cricket shirt: white long sleeve shirt with sponsors “Pound Stretcher” logo to the collar worn for the Nat-West Semi-Final 1986 and signed to the front by Jesty. £60-75 322. Don Bradman Cricket Book 1944: titled “Bradman 1927-1941” 1st ed by E L Roberts publ‟d E F Hudson Birmingham – in original wrappers – some water stains – complete up to date history of his career at that time. £15-20 323. 1953/54 – Ashes cricket Newspapers: 2x bound “Overseas Daily Mirror and Sunday Pictorial” newspapers – in original newspaper wrappers with pictorial covers titled “Ashes – The Last Run” and “ Demon Bowler” – each bound volume covers a complete weeks run of newspapers Aug 20 - 26th 1953 and Aug 4th – 10th 1954, together with 1972 Eng v Aus scorecard and match ticket played at Lords on the 23 rd June 1972 and WG Grace 150th Anniversary Brochure. (5) £3050 324. Set of 4x early Famous Cricketers resin portraits in relief: each laid down on black velvet background c/w name plate to incl F Pilch (b 1804 – 1870, Thomas Box (b 1808 – 1876) John Wisden (b 1826 –1884) and Alfred Clarke (b 1831- 1878) – overall 10 x 8” £40-60 Note: See Keith Crump Collection lots 286 & 290 325. Set of 4x early Famous Cricketers resin portraits in relief: each laid down on black velvet background c/w name plate to incl Sydney Barnes (b 1873 – 1967) , Victor Trumper (1877 – 1915),W Rhodes (b 1877 – 1973) and Sir J.B. Hobbs (b1882- 1963) - overall 10 x 8” £40-60 Note: See Keith Crump Collection lots 286 & 290 326. Set of 4x Famous Cricketers resin portraits in relief: each laid down on black velvet background c/w name plate to incl Herbert Sutcliffe (b 1884 – 1978), Walter Hammond (b 1903 – 1965), Wm O‟ Reilly O.B.E. (b 1905 – 1992) and Sir Donald Bradman (b 1908 – 2001) the greatest of all Australian batsman - overall 10 x 8” £40-60 Note: See Keith Crump Collection lots 286 & 290 327. Collection of Famous Cricketers resin portraits in relief: each laid down on black velvet background c/w name plate to incl Denis Compton CBE (b 1918 - 1997); Keith Miller MBE (b 1919 - 2004), Jim Laker (b 1922 - 1986), and Sir Garfield Sobers (b 1936) – overall 10 x 8” £40-60 Note: See Keith Crump Collection lots 286 & 290 328*. Famous Cricketing Knights signed card: printed on official card and signed by the following 5x Cricket Knights: Donald Bradman, Garfield Sobers, Colin Cowdrey, Richard Hadlee, Clyde Walcott, plus Everton Weekes and Alec Bedser – in all 7 signatories - overall 6 x 8” £250-300 329*. Maurice Tate England v Australia 1st cricket Test match at Sydney 1924/25 signed illustrated photograph: laid down to card showing Tate in jubilant mood having just taken 11 x Australian wkts in the first test – c/w details to lower border recording his feat having bowled 54 overs of 8 balls for 130 runs and taking 6 wickets – overall 9.5 x 7.5” £50-75 330. Rare 1949/50 cricket photograph album: comprising 20 pages containing 75x black and white photographs incl The West Indies touring team of 195 plus North v South, and many County Matches to incl Glamorgan fielding v Yorkshire, Essex v Worcester, Trent Bridge images, Sussex v Middlesex, Duke of Beauforts XI v Gloucester, Worcester v North ants,

Kent v Warwick, Derby v Essex, Scarborough Festival and other charity matches – incl teams and individual players to incl the West Indies captain John Goddard, Worrell, Learie Constantine, Everton Weekes, Stollmeyer, Gomez, Christiania, and others plus Walter Hadley (NZ capt) and other notable players incl Simpson, Hardstaff, Wyatt, Insole, John Langridge, Leslie Compton, Edrich, Warr, Wellard, Peebles, Mooney (NZ), Jack Crapp, Freddie Brown, Len Hutton, and many more mostly with type written labels – sizes vary between 6” x 4” and 2.25” x 3.25” £175-200 331. 2x Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl R Sinfield, b 1900 - Gloucestershire hitting 1000 runs in a season x 10 and also took 100 wkts in a season x 4 £20-25 332. 4x Early Cricket Test Players Signatures: to incl RT Spooner, b 1880 and Roy Tattersall, b 1922, both played for Lancs; Frank Tyson, b 1930, Northants and B H Valentine, b 1908, played for Kent. £30-40 333. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl L F Townsend, b 1903 - Derbyshire hitting 1000 runs in a season x 9 times and 100 wkts x 4 £20-25 334. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl M J Turnbull, b 1906 – Glamorgan & Cambridge Univ and England, hitting 1000 runs in a season x 10, as well as being a noted rugby half back playing for Cardiff and Wales (pencil autograph). £30-40 335. Early Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl E Tyldesley, b 1889 - Lancashire achieving “The Double” x7 times, hitting 1000 runs in a season x 18 times, 2000 runs x6, and 3000 in a season. £30-40 336. Early Overseas County Cricket Players Signature: to incl Frank Tarrant, b 1880 - Australia, played for Middlesex and Victoria hitting 1000 runs x 9 and taking 100 wkts in a season x 8 £20-30 337. Early Overseas Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl George Tribe, b 1920 Australia - Northants and Victoria, scoring 1000 runs x7 seasons and took 100 wkts in a season x 8 £20-30 338. Early Overseas Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl S J Pegler, b 1888 in Transvaal, South African international player, took 189 wkts on the 1912 South African tour. £20-30 339. Early Overseas Cricket Test Players Signature: to incl Herby Taylor, b 1889, played for South Africa and Transvaal, and scored 1000 runs in 3 seasons in England between 1924-29 £20-30 340. 8x South African Test Players Signature: to incl McLean, Mitchell, Nourse, Owen Smith, Richards, Rowan, H W Taylor, and C B Van Rynveld (8) £40-60 341*. 1936 rare signed cricket photograph C J Barnett: played for Gloucester, MCC & England Tours - hitting 1000 runs x 12 seasons, plus 4x double centuries his highest against Queensland - half length pose c/w scarce full signature. £5060 Note: Ex C J Barnett collection. 342*. South African cricket quartet signed colour photograph: to incl Bob Woolmer (Manager) Shaun Pollock, Brendan McMillan and Allan Donald – overall 5.5” x 9” £80-100 343*. Richard Hadlee signed cricket photograph and FDC: large press photograph of Hadlee batting in full flow and a FDC celebrating “World Cricket Bowling Record” 374 wickets achieved in the 1 st Test v India Nov. 1988 at Bangalore signed to the front by Hadlee. (2) £30-40 344*. Les Ames England & Kent signed cricket photograph: original press batting photograph signed & mounted – one of the most prolific Kent players of the 1930s achieving a record 100 x centuries, a record number of dismissals behind the stumps (128) incl 64 stumpings another record, scoring 1000 runs x 17 seasons, and hitting 3058 runs in 1933 a career spanning nearly 50 years £60-75 345*. Rare 1899 MCC and Ground v Australians cricket scorecard: unused card for the match played at Lords on the first day Monday 5th June 1899 – MCC team incl W G Grace, Warne, Gunn, Wynyard, Hearne etc and Australians incl V. Trumper, Darling, Noble, Iredale, Hill et al c/w a copy of the result. (G) £75-100 346*. Scarce 1905 Oxford Univ v Cambridge Univ cricket score card: played at Lords on July 1905 printed with the first days play and then completed in pencil (G) £50-60 Rare 1882 Eleven Dafts v Skegness CC printed score card 347*. Rare 1882 post match fully printed cricket scorecard: for the Daft family team v Skegness cricket club played on August 26th 1882 at Skegness. The match was won by the Daft family (on first innings rule) mainly due to England Allrounder H.B. Daft‟s performance in scoring 103 runs and then taking 7x Skegness wickets c/w match details – mf& g overall 15 x 13” £250-300 1895 - Lancashire v Somerset record cricket silk score card - Archie MacLaren hitting a record 424 348*. 1895 Original cricket silk scorecard display: featuring Archie Maclaren‟s (England & Lancs) record first class score of 424 in a first class county cricket match played at Taunton, July 15th – 17th, 1895 – mounted with a contemporary print of MacLaren with innings details – some loss and discolouration, however still exceptional piece of cricket history mfg overall 22.5 x 27.5” £350-400 Note: Lancashire won the match by an innings and 452 runs

1926 Australia Sheffield Shield Record Cricket Match Score Card – Melbourne Cricket Ground 349*. 1926 Victoria v New South Wales – World record cricket scorecard: fully printed scorecard for the record score 1107 – with Victoria‟s first 4 batsmen scoring over 800 runs with on 133, Ponsford 352, Hendry 100 and Ryder 293 – which is a world record in first class cricket and signed to the lower border by R.M..Bell – mf &g overall 18 x 14” £250300 350*. 1945 Pelham Warner (England Cricket Captain and Past President of MCC) signed letter: hand written in ink and with reference to Lords and the tour of Australia 1933 mounted with photograph - overall 13 x 16” 351. 1991Worcestershire CC Benson & Hedges Champions signed cricket scorecard: Large score card produced to commemorate Worcester‟s success against Lancashire in the final of the Benson & Hedges Cup played at Lords 1991 signed by both teams – Worcs won by 65 runs and the man of the match Graeme Hick – Worcester players incl Curtis, Moody, Hick, Botham, Neale, Rhodes, Illingworth, et al Lancashire players incl Atherton, Mendis, Fowler, Fairbrother, Wasim Akram, et al – mf&g overall 14.5” x 23” £75-100 352. Vanity Fair Cricket Print and various signed books and benefit brochures: Vanity Fair Supplement colour print titled “Father” – C M Wells Surrey and England - mf&g overall – plus 9x various cricket publications signed by Darren Gough, Les Lenham, John Emburey, Ted Dexter, plus 10 autographs signed to the inside front end plate “MCC Cricket Coaching Book” obtained at Lilleshall Coaching Course 1972 et al (a lot). £35-40 352A. Selection of Pre and post war cricket material: to incl Rothman‟s Tour Almanacks, cricket programmes, score cards, The Cricketer and other magazines: plus later test match programmes from the 1990s onwards, scrap book et al (a lot) £30-50

353. Shane Warne signed cricket caricature: colour ltd ed cricket print no 1/6 signed in felt tip pen by Warne and the artist Bev – mf&g overall 18 x 12” £40-50 354. Alec Stewart signed cricket caricature: colour ltd ed cricket print no 1/5 signed in felt tip pen by Stewart and the artist Bev – mf&g overall 16 x 13.5” £25-30 355*. Vic brass cricket mantle clock : comprising stumps, crossed bats and cricket ball mounted on a naturalistic rectangular base fitted with bun feet – the base is stamped with diamond makers mark and no 4 – overall 6.5”h (still ticking). £200-250 Note: see Keith Crump collection lot 223 which realised £350 356. 2x Cricket Medals: 9ct gold and enamel cricket medal dated 1920 c/w crossed cricket bats and balls and the letters D.S.E.C.L to the enamel centre and on the reverse engraved “K.A.CC - A.H. Nash” stamped Vaughton & Sons Birmingham – plus a Birmingham Public Parks Cricket Association heavy silver and enamel cricket medal hallmarked Birmingham 1911 and engraved on the reverse “7th League – Old Meeting CC – 1911” c/w suspension ring. (2) £75-100 357. Cricket and other sports medals (8): to incl 2x Silver cricket medals hallmarked Birmingham 1911/13 both embossed with cricket batsman at the crease and engraved on the reverse “23 rd L R 1911 & „13” plus 6x others for hockey, target shooting, Athletics etc – 7x pre 1st WW and awarded to Pt Fisher – some with cases etc. £45-50 358. 1995 Cricket One-day Final Trophy: The Bain Hogg Tankard played for by County Cricket 2 nd XI, MCC Young Cricketers and Minor County Teams – presented to players and officials in the final. £15-20 Note The 1995 final was played between Gloucester and Leicester 2 nd XI – with Leicester coming out on top. 359*. 2x 1980 Ashes Cricket tour posters: 2x scarce original cricket bill board posters for England v Australia 1980 & 1981 Prudential Trophy Series. £80-100 360*. 1980 West Indies Test Match Cricket Poster: Large cricket poster for England v West Indies 1980 - Cornhill Insurance Test Series titled “Cricket Lovely Cricket” – overall 40 x 30”. (VG). £40-50 361*. 1968 Warwickshire CC official signed cricket compliment slip: inc Lance Gibbs, Kanhai, Ibadulla, Abberley, Jameson, Blenkiron et al £20-30 362. Set of England v Pakistan 1992 Official signed cricket team sheets: for Texaco Trophy test match series (incl x2 different) for the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th test matches. (7) £50-70 363*. 8x 1990s England signed cricket team sheets : to incl 1996 A team to Australia , England v Pakistan Texaco Trophy for the 1st, and 2nd test matches, England v New Zealand for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th test matches. £60-80 364*. Ian Botham signed cricket print: by David Byrne ltd ed no 257 /500 depicting Botham in a three quarter length batting pose signed by both the artist and subject- overall 11.75 x 14.25” £75-100 365*. Scarce Brian Lara 501 not out official signed cricket scorecard: fully printed 1994 Warwickshire v Durham scorecard signed by Lara. £40-50 366*. 1992 England v Pakistan/David Gower official signed cricket record scorecard: 3rd test at Old Trafford signed by Gower who became England‟s leading run maker in his 200 th innings £15-20 367*. Dickie Bird signed cricket score card: 1996 England v India – Bird‟s last Test as an official umpire - signed in pen

across his photograph. £15-20 368*. Graeme Hick record 405 run signed cricket scorecard: 1988 Somerset v Worcs and signed by Hick to the front cover. £20-30 369. 1970 Rest of The World signed miniature cricket bat: Gray Nicolls Crusader signed to the front by 11 members of the team to incl Sobers, Barlow, Gibbs, Engineer, Intikhab, Kanhai, Clive Lloyd, McKenzie, Mike Proctor, Pollock, and Barry Richards. Ex Bill Frindall dated the 29th August 1970 £40-60 370. Fine set of 6x early cricket buttons c1900 - depicting different cricketing figures - bowling, batting, wicket keeper, catching, throwing and fielding – colour tinted scenes each stamped copyright and comes in the original fitted case c/w backing pins. Illus. £150-200 371. 1932 India cricket tour to England souvenir programme: deluxe large format programme with the original decorative and embossed gilt wrappers (2 slight corner creases) c/w numerous photographic illustrations et al internally very clean hence (G) £50-60 372. Scarce 1880 Gloucestershire CCC cricket book: titled „Scores‟ by the Gloucestershire CC 1870-1879 – in the original pictorial papers wrappers (some tears and nicks to edges, corners and spine) together with 2 earlier matches dated 1863 and 1868 (note – minor tear to the inside front page otherwise internally clean). £30-40 373. 2 x cricket books signed by the well known cricketing author S Canynge Caple: titled „Cricket‟ by Andrew Ducat and „Sussex County Cricket‟ by Sir Home Gordon both 1 st ed in their original cloth boards (G) £25-30 374. Centenary Test Match: Official Australia v England at Melbourne 1877 – 1977 commemorative cover and medal for the Centenary match, comes c/w silver proof medal and 5 stamps honouring the Centenary Test Cricket, officially postmarked at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds on 15 th Match 1977 exactly 100 yrs after the first day‟s play –c/w official green folder. £15-20 374a. Andrew Flintoff England signed cricket FDC display: 2005 Cover celebrating The Ashes win and signed by Freddie Flintoff c/w colour photograph – in blue mount ready for framing – overall 12 x 19” £35-50 375. 1930 cricket medal 9ct gold and enamel: Halifax Parish Cricket Challenge Cup engraved on the reverse „Triangle CC – 1930 – R A Lord‟ c/w suspension ring £75-100 376. 1976 England v West Indies signed cricket team sheet: a roneo print out for the 2nd one day international signed by the full squad 14 players to incl Tony Greig, Botham, Amiss, Hendrick, Knott, Randall, Woolmer, Gooch, Underwood et al £30-40

377. Scarce 1995 signed record cricket scorecard: the 3rd Highest aggregate score in County Championship history – Notts v Kent totalling 1642 signed by De Silva (225) and Ealham (121) – Kent record 315 for 6th wicket £20-25 378. Scarce 1997 record signed cricket scorecard: signed by Peter Such having bowled the most 6 ball overs and most deliveries in Championship history for Essex v Leics - 86 overs 49 maidens 4 wickets for 94 runs £20-25 379. 1995 England Hat trick signed cricket scorecard: by Dominic Cork (in his 3rd test) v the West Indies at Old Trafford – first England hat-trick since 1957 and 8th overall – signed by Cork. £20-25 380. 1994 record 10 wickets signed cricket scorecard: by Richard Johnson Derby v Middlesex being the first bowler to take 10 wickets in an innings in the championship since Ian Thomson in 1964 signed by Johnson. £20-25 381. Graham Gooch England „Record Run scorer‟ signed cricket scorecard: Gooch became the leading England run maker over taking David Gower in the Eng v Australia 6 th test match at the Oval in 1993 signed by Gooch. £20-25 382. 1987 MCC v Rest Of The World Bi-Centenary signed scorecard: signed by both of the MCC centurions run makers with Graham Gooch and Mike Gatting. £20-25 383. Sir Richard Hadlee England v New Zealand signed cricket scorecard: for Hadlee‟s 1st appearance as Sir Richard at Lord‟s 2nd test 1990 £20-25 384. 1994 England v South Africa signed cricket scorecard: South Africa‟s 1st test match in England since 1965 and signed by both captains Atherton and Wessels to the picture photograph £20-25 385. 1979 Yorkshire Cricket Club hand painted bottle: engraved with the players autographs to the side panels incl Ray Illingworth, Boycott, Chris Old, Bairstow, Athey, Silvester et al overall 11.5” £15-20 386. Cricket Stump divider – original “MCC Bedford” cast iron wicket hole marker comprising a 3x tapered points and a ball top – overall 8” x 6” £30-50 387. Early Cricket/Tennis Club Ledger/Accounts Book: for Corbin Cricket & Lawn Tennis Club 1914 – 1932, large ledger book covering Tennis Courts Up Keep, Cricket & Tennis Tools, Tennis & Cricket Rent incl the war years – it would appear that in 1914 it became just the Lawn Tennis Club – each signed off with a copy of the Treasurer‟s Report. £25-30 388. 1948 Australian cricket tour to England related items: to incl „Meet the Australians‟ handbook, England v Australia souvenir pirate programme, Findon‟s cricket annual, Sport Weekly Magazine, facsimile autographs etc. £25-30 388A. Cricket Test match tickets: to incl World Cup, Triangular tournaments, and other on e day series – incl overseas matching involving England, together with 3 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis tickets (22#) £20-25

Golf Autographs and Other Golfing Related Artefacts 389. Tiger Woods signed Augusta National Golf Club Scorecard: signed in felt tip ten to the front cover after he won his fourth masters in 2005 £120-150 390. Jack Nicklaus signed 18th hole Muirfield Stroke Saver postcard: with commemorating the 250th anniversary of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh golfers 1744-1994 franked and dated 5th July 1994 £150-175 Note: Jack won his first open at Muirfield in 1966 391. Jack Nicklaus signed Royal Bank of Scotland £5 bank note: to commemorate 40 years of Open Championship golf, the reverse of the note show‟s images- come c/w the original RBS pictorial envelop £150-175 392. Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods rare 2006 Open Championship programme and final day draw sheet: the programme is signed by Jack Nicklaus under „Memories of Hoylake 1967‟ and the scorecard is signed to the front cover by Tiger Woods – a rare double set signed by 2 of the greatest golfers of all time. £300-350 393. 1995 Open Golf Championship official signed programme: at the Old Course St. Andrews signed by the winner John Daily to his profile on p84 (VG) £40-50 394. 1999 Open Golf Championship official signed programme: at Carnoustie signed by the winner Paul Lawrie to p55 (VG) £30-40 395. 2002 Open Golf Championship official signed programme: at Muirfield signed by the winner Ernie Els to player profile on p104 (VG) £30-40 396. 2003 Open Golf Championship official signed programme: at Royal St. Georges signed by the winner Ben Curtis to p3 (VG) £30-40 397. 3 period golfing enamel gold and stainless steel: pin/brooches to incl a gold plated golf club bar brooch with a pearl style ball mounted to the head – an original brass and enamel character caddie figure and another pin badge of a similar style caddie figure stamped on the back with the reg. No and „If Golf Interferes With Your Business – Give Up Your Business‟ plus 2 other similar style period snow skiing brooches c1920s (5) £75-100 398. Silver golf Ashtray and a Victorian book on sports: Royal Lytham and St Anne‟s Golf Club silver ashtray hallmarked Birmingham 1953 together with a sports book by P H Ditchfield titled „Old English Sports Past Times and Customs‟ 1st ed 1891 in the original green pictorial boards (some thumb stains and minor knocks) containing 12 chapters incl Golf, Cricket, Trap-Ball, Tennis, Football, Bull and Bearbaiting and many other sports – internally very clean £40-50 399. Rare Robertson Brothers (Canada) golfing chocolate biscuit tin: circular tall tin in the shape of a golf bag decorated to the side panel with 2 x Victorian golfing figures in relief c/w lid (clubs) and original handle - overall 8.75” £150-175 400. Interesting Tobacco Tin decorated with golfing figures: Shieldhall Cut Golden Bar tobacco, made by the Scottish Co-operative Society with a hinged lid showing Victorian golfing characters with their caddies £50-75 Rugby Memorabilia 401. Rugby Programmes from the mid 1960s onwards- mainly Welsh Clubs, Welsh Internationals, England, Barbarians, Oxford and Cambridge, IRFB Centenary et al – clubs incl most of the leading Welsh sides to incl Cardiff, Swansea, Pontypool. Pontypridd, Newport, Llanelli, Aberavon, Maesteg, et al and many tourist teams incl The Maoris – 65# £30-50 402. Scarce New Zealand “All Blacks” signed rugby book: by Paul Verdon titled “Born to Lead – The Untold Story of The All Blacks Test Captains” Special signed ltd ed. 275/500 publ‟d in 2000 in the original black and silver boards c/w matching slip case – and signed by all the living 28x All Black Captains to incl Jack Griffiths, Fred Allen, Ron Elvidge, Kevin Skinner, Bob Stuart, Bob Duff, Wilson Whineray, John Graham, Brain Lochore, Chris Laidlaw, Colin Meads, Ian Kirkpatrick, Andy Leslie, Tane Norton, Graham Mourie, Frank Oliver, Dave Loveridge, Andy Dalton, Jock Hobbs, Stu Wilson, David Kirk, Wayne Shelford, Gary Whetton, Paul Henderson, Sean Fitzpatrick, Justin Marshall, Taine Randell and Tod Blackadder – appear unread hence (VG) Illus £550-600 403. Scarce signed rugby book titled - “Legends Of World Rugby – A Book of The World‟s Great Players From The Amateur Era” by Paul Verdon ltd ed. no 231/530 in the original pictorial and gilt boards c/w matching slip case and signed by 75 International Players from New Zealand, Australia, England, South Africa, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France, Argentina, - appears unread hence (VG) Illus. £500-550 404. Early 1920s Rugby Football Magazines: Six Rugby Football weekly magazines Vol.1 No 12 to Vol.1. No 17 dated November 24th – December 29th 1923. Illustrated Articles covering Rugby in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales & France incl the Int. Teams Scotland v France to be played on New Year‟s Day 1st Jan 1923 in Paris, plus match results, match fixtures, Newport Invincibles and much more. The magazine unfortunately ran for only a short period hence scarce to find. (F/G) £60-70 405. Cardiff RFU Match Worn Rugby Shirt c.: A light blue and black short sleeve No 21 player‟s shirt with embroidered club crest and sponsors Kintana across the front made Size XXL. Player un-known. £25-30 406. Cardiff RFU signed players shirt c. 2000: A blue & black short sleeved shirt with embroidered club crest and BMI Baby Sponsors logo to the front and No 2 A. Lewis on the back and signed in marker pen by 28 members of the team.

Appears unused (VG) £50-60 407. British Lions Programmes and ticket collection: incl programmes Australia v Lions First Test 1989 plus v Queensland, v Canberra, Springboks v Lions 2nd & 3rd Test 1997 plus v Free State Cheetahs, Lions v Argentina 2005 c/w ticket & tickets for Auckland v Lions 1983, Canterbury v Lions 1983 (14) £40-50 408. Rugby signed programmes et al: to incl England v Scotland 1977 programme signed by 14 England players and 12 Scottish players other items incl signed RFU Awards Dinner menu, cards, et al incl Willie John McBride, Bill Beaumont, Fran Cotton, Steve Smith, Rob Andrews, Cardiff RFU, Leicester Tigers 1989, Worcester warriors 2005, etc (15) £30-50 409. 1924 Scotland Int. rugby programme: Scotland v Ireland 23rd February 1924 at Inverleith, Edinburgh.- Tatty condition, torn, piece missing from back page – hence (P) & (A/F) £25-30 410. New Zealand signed replica rugby shirt: a white with black trim New Zealand All Blacks shirt with embroidered Fern crest and signed in black marker pen by 13x team, size Large from Adidas. Tagged as new. £50-60 411. England Sevens Rugby Shirt: A red & blue England rugby long sleeve shirt with embroidered red rose crest with 'England Sevens' below and No 8 on the back and worn by Nick Beale. Note Nick Beale was in the first winning England Seven‟s side of 1993 (VG) £30-50 412. 1994 Rugby League World Club Championship: signed boomerang to celebrate Wigan beating Brisbane Broncos played in Brisbane - signed by all 20 Wigan players and inscribed “Wigan V Brisbane Broncos – World Club Champions” (G) £50-70 413. Rugby Cap: navy blue velvet and silver braid rugby cap embroidered with the letters D L W to the front panel – overall (F/G). £80-100 414. Wales Rugby League World Cup signed shirt 2000: A red green & white Wales Rugby League replica shirt signed in marker pen by the 24x squad members including Harris Cunningham Deveraux, Moriarty & Sullivan etc. – Wales reached the semi finals in 2000 losing to the Champions Australia c/w COA. £75-100 415. New Zealand “All Blacks” Rugby signed replica shirt c2007/8 signed to front in silver marker pen by Ten New Zealand All Blacks players to incl Sivivatu, Scott Hamilton, Leon Macdonald, Jason Eaton, et al (unused) hence (VG) £4050 416. 2005/6 Gloucester Rugby signed shirt: Gloucester Home Rugby Shirt signed to front in black marker by 30x Gloucester Squad winners of the European Challenge Cup defeating London Irish in the finals 36-34 – mf&g overall 39.5” x 32.5” £120-150 417. 1980 England Rugby Grand Slam Winners signed ltd ed print: titled “1980 Grand Slam” by artist James Owen No 245/ 360 ( Scotland v England) signed in pencil to their vignettes by Bill Beaumont, Clive Woodward, Peter Wheeler, Roger Uttley, Dusty Hare & the artist - mf&g overall 32” x 24.5” £45-50 418. Rugby Union: Collection of Wales RU match programmes (H) mostly 1970/1980s against overseas teams to incl v New Zealand ‟53, ‟72, ‟74, ‟78, ‟80, v NZ Maoris ‟82, Australia 1973 – 1984, v Canada ‟71, v Argentina ‟76, v Fiji ‟85, plus a run of programmes from the 1990s v overseas teams – overall (F/G) (27) £20-30 419. Rugby Union: Collection of Wales RU triple crown match programmes (h) to incl v England 1955, 1973 – 1997 ( inclusive) 2001, and 2005 and v Ireland from 1971 – 2005 (complete except 1977 & 2003) some duplicates (F/G) (36) £25-30 420. Rugby Union: Collection of Wales RU Five/Six Nations match programmes (h) to incl v France 1966 – 2002 (missing ‟68, ‟92, ‟98) and v Scotland 1970 – 2004 (13) plus various others incl Welsh Centenary Year 1980/81 and England (A). (F/G) (37) £30-35 421. Rugby Books: Rothmans Rugby Union Year Books complete run from 1972 – 1998/99 – overall (F/G). (27) £45-50 422. Rugby Books: Rothmans Rugby League Year Books complete run from 1981 – 1998/99 – overall (F/G). (18) £45-50 423. South Africa Provincial wartime rugby programmes: to incl Western Province RFU all played at Newlands Ground – teams incl Gardens, Stellenbosch, Maitland, University, Villagers, Paarl, Somerset West, Garrison, Parow H.S., Bellville H.S. – some with vertical and horizontal folds, minor nicks and dust stains. (P/G). (6) £30-40 424. Rugby Programmes: British Lions Tour to New Zealand 1977 complete set of 25 programmes incl 4 Test matches played 25 - won 21 - lost 4 – c/w Official NZ end of Tour (G) Illus. £180-200 425. Rugby Programmes: 11x British Lions Tour to New Zealand 2005 complete set of programmes incl 3 Test matches plus the Zurich Test v Argentina at Millennium Stadium May 2005 – c/w BBC match reports (G) £55-60 426. Irish Rugby International Programmes: 2 scarce Ireland v France VIP programmes for 1972 and 1981 in original card wrappers and green plastic and gilt wallets- played at Lansdowne Road Dublin, plus v France 1973 – all with hand written team changes and scores - otherwise (G) plus Irish Rugby Union Complimentary cigar box dated 14 th April 1973 (4) £35-40 427. France Rugby International Programme: scarce France v England VIP programme for 1978 and 1981 in original white plastic and gilt wallet - played at Parc Des Princes with hand written team changes and scores plus Dinner Menu and Separate Guest Cards (G) and France Rugby Union Complimentary cigar box dated 21 January 1978 (4) £25-30 428. Irish Rugby International Programme, Ticket and Menu: scarce Ireland v France VIP programme for 1983 in original card wrappers and green plastic and gilt wallet- played at Lansdowne Road Dublin together unused match ticket, invitation to the Committee Room and Dinner menu plus 2 other match programmes v France ‟67 signed by 12 of the

French side & ‟77 with hand written team changes and scores. (6) Illus. £35-40 429. France Rugby International Programmes: 2 scarce France v Wales VIP programmes for 1979 and 1983 in original red and gilt card boards and plastic and gilt wallet - played at Parc des Princes together with Dinner Menus and Gust Lists and France Complimentary cigar boxes – note hand written team changes and scores. (8) £45-50 430. France Rugby International Programme: scarce France v Scotland VIP programme for 1983 in original black and gilt boards wallet - played at Parc des Princes plus official invitations Dinner and Separate Guest Card (G) and France Rugby Union Complimentary cigar box. (5) £30-35 431. 1951 British Lions Rugby Programme and others: scarce 75th Anniversary Cardiff RFU v British Lions programme (F/G) plus Barbarians v S. Africa ‟70, v Australia ‟76 & ‟82 plus various 5 nations, Welsh Cup Finals from the 1970/80s, various complimentary cigar boxes, FDCs et al. (28) £25-30 432. France Rugby Programmes 1960/70s: to incl v South Africa 2nd test 1971 at Durban signed to the cover by Dr Danny Craven (President SAR Board), Basil Medway Natal R U President, plus Tour programme , France v Wales ‟70 at Arms Park, plus 5x French Cup Final programmes ‟69-73 et al (10) £15-20 433. England 5 Nations Rugby Programmes, Menus & Guest lists: v France 1969 & 1971 both with team changes and scores, official menus and guest cards and England complimentary cigar boxes. (8) £25-30 434. Rugby Union menus and programmes: to incl Rugby Union Centenary Conference presentation Shield 1970 c/w Centenary Dinner cigar box, Lancashire County RFU related items incl 1976 signed Championship, Centenary Menus, 1981 Lancashire v Australia and 2x County Championship programmes for 1974 & 1980 (10) £25-30 435. Auckland (New Zealand ) Rugby programmes: v tourists to incl Barbarians ‟72 at Eden Park, v Suva (Fiji) ‟81, v Argentina ‟89 & v Ireland ‟92 (F/G) £15-20 The following lot was the property of Henry “Harry” Jarman, British Lions, Wales and Pontypool Rugby Player of the early 1900s. Harry Jarman was the outstanding forward in the British Lions team that toured South Africa in 1910. Born in 1883, Harry played three times for the British Lions and four times for Wales, making his debut in 1910 against England at Twickenham, then against Scotland at the Cardiff Arms Park, and Ireland in Dublin. In the following 1911 season he played his last match against England. Harry Jarman was also a member of the Newport team that faced Australia in 1908. He died prematurely a hero in December 1928 having reportedly thrown himself in front of a runaway coal truck which was careering towards a group of children. 436. Welsh International Rugby Shirt 1910: Early red Welsh International rugby shirt with embroidered Wales Rugby Union Crest and white button up collar as worn by Harry Jarman in one of four internationals (G) Illus. £500-600 437. Rare British Lions Rugby Cap 1900: Dark navy blue velvet rugby cap with gold braid trim and tassels c/w gold embroidered Lion to the front panel and 1900 to the peak. Note lining has been removed otherwise (F/G). Illus. £600-800 Note British Lions toured Australia then again in 1903 to South Africa 438. 1924 British Lions Rugby Shirt: Navy blue shirt with original British Lions combined embroidered crest with No 7 white linen number sown to the back c/w maker‟s label which Aitken & Niven Edinburgh (collar frayed and some slight fading. Note the 1924 tour to South Africa was the first since 1910 by a British Lions side, and this tour marked the occasion when the team first became known as the Lions. Illus. £800-1000 439. 1935/6 New Zealand “All Blacks” Rugby team signed album page: 3 album pages signed either in ink or pen by 15x players including pencil drawn caricature of the All Blacks‟ captain J F Manchester – players include King, Ball, Gilbert, Collins, Yorrath, King, Wynyard, Reid, McKenzie, Soloman, Best, Mitchell, Mahoney, Brown – mounted, framed and glazed 14” x 14” – c/w with facsimile of the touring size, overall (VG). £250-300 440. England Rugby Centenary signed programme: England v President‟s Overseas XV played at Twickenham on Saturday 17th April 1971 to celebrate the Rugby Football Union Centenary – signed by David Duckham, John Spencer and Fran Cotton to their player‟s profiles; together with a facsimile team photograph, mf&g. £25-30 441. 4x Post War Rugby League Challenge Cup Final Programmes: 1948 Bradford Northern v Wigan, 1950 Widnes v Warrington, 1951 Barrow v Wigan, 1952 Featherstone Rovers v Workington – all with vertical folds, some staple rust (F) £25-30 442. 23x Rugby League Challenge Cup Final Programmes: To include 1954, 1957, 1963, 1964, 1966 to 1983 inclusive, inc 1982 replay. Overall (F/G). £30-40 443. Leather Rugby Ball: Stamped “Made for A G Spalding & Brothers” to either side. £15-20 444. Billy Boston (Rugby League Hall of Fame) Selection: To include pewter tankard presented by the players and committee of Wigan Athletic RFL 1979, small silver plated dish presented by the Riversiders Supporters Club in 1999, and one other pewter tankard. £25-30 Note Billy Boston MBE is a former Wales and Great Britain rugby league player, a member of the Rugby Hall of Fame, the Welsh Sports Hall of Fame and, along with Shaun Edwards, the first to be voted into the Wigan RLFC Hall Of Fame. He was awarded an MBE in 1986 following his distinguished career in Rugby League. 445. Rugby Ceramic: Victorian Copeland Spode Rugby milk jug moulded in white relief with rugby players scrummaging, goal posts, and a player kicking the ball – base stamped with maker‟s marks, production numbers, and dated 1895 – overall

6” – note 3x minor chips to the lower white grass border, otherwise (G). Illus. £180-200 446. Rugby Books & Rugby Programmes: To include 3 Rothman‟s Year Books, 1975/76, 1976/77, and 1984/85 hardback with DJ; various later England International rugby programmes from late 1990s onwards to include World Cup Rugby Final in 1991; selection of Lancashire club side programmes, mostly Orrell, etc (45) £25-30 447. 1967 France v Wales International VIP rugby programme, invitation, and match tickets et al: in red vinyl presentation wallet c/w French Cockerel and Welsh Prince of Wales Feathers Motifs and 1967 in gilt £45-50

448. 1977 France v Wales International VIP rugby programme: in red vinyl presentation wallet c/w French Cockerel, Welsh Prince of Wales Feathers Motifs, France v Pays De Galles – Paris 5th Fevrier 1977 in silver. £35-45 449. 1979 France v Wales International VIP rugby programme: in red vinyl presentation wallet c/w French Cockerel, Welsh Prince of Wales Feathers Motifs, France v Pays De Galle – Paris 5th Fevrier 1979 in silver £35-45 450. 1968 France v England International VIP rugby programme and official's badge: in white vinyl presentation wallet c/w French Cockerel and English Rose Motifs and 1968 in gilt. £45-50 451. 1972 France v England International VIP rugby programme: in white vinyl presentation wallet c/w French Cockerel and English Rose Motifs and 1972 in gilt £45-50 452. 1976 France v England International VIP rugby programme: in white vinyl presentation wallet c/w French Cockerel and English Rose Motifs and Paris 1976 in gilt £35-45 453. 1978 France v England International VIP rugby programme: in white vinyl presentation wallet c/w French Cockerel and English Rose Motifs and Paris – 21 Janvier 1978 in gilt £35-45 454. 1967 France v Australia International VIP rugby programme: in white vinyl presentation wallet c/w French Motif, “France v Australie” and Paris 30 Octobre 1967 in gilt £55-60 455. 1971 France v Australia International VIP rugby programme: in green vinyl presentation wallet c/w French Motif, and “France v Australie” in gilt. £55-60 456. 1976 France v Australia International VIP rugby programme: in white vinyl presentation wallet c/w French Motif, “France v Australie” and 1967 in gilt £40-50 457. Scarce 1967 South Africa v France International rugby programmes: played on 15 July 1967 at Kings Park Durban - some slight creases to corners. £50-60 458. Rare and early 1930‟s rugby newspaper: titled “Rugger – The only known Rugby Football Paper in Great Britain” Vol. 1, Nos 1, 2 and 3 dated from Sept 19th 1931 onwards – horizontal crease fold with slight wear. Otherwise (G) £100-150 459. Rare 1936 Pre war New Zealand All Blacks Rugby Tour to Great Britain Souvenir Tour Brochure: covering all tours from 1888-1936, compiled by B.M Turner in original wrappers – some slight wear to front cover – removed from an album hence back page with adhesive marks and clip to bottom corner- a written team details to centre page. £100-150 460. Scarce 1974 Rhodesia v British Lions rugby tour match programme: British Lions captained by Willie John McBride and remained undefeated for the tour and recognised as one of the greatest test teams of all time. £65-70 461. Rare 1906 South Africa rugby tour postcard – titled Souvenir of the Springbokken Tour in Great Britain Seasons Greetings” in 1906 featuring The British Lion and Springbok walking arm in arm with a rugby ball under the arm – general wear to edges & image (A/F). £70-75 Note this was the first ever tour by South Africa to the North Hemisphere and the first introduction to the 3-4-1 scrum. 462. Scarce 1972 Western Province v England rugby programme for the tour to South Africa in 1972 – light horizontal crease fold – otherwise (G) £100-120 463. Rare 1961 Western Transvaal v Ireland rugby programme for the first ever Ireland overseas tour to South Africa in 1961 – some slight discolouration – otherwise (G) £200-220 464. Rare 1873 Original England rugby team signatures from 3rd ever international match in 1873 v Scotland 3 rd March played at the West of Scotland Club Glasgow, on plain paper and signed in pencil by 16 players, to incl. Finney, Mills, Freeman, Boyle, Morse, Hammerley, Still, Turner, Bush, Rickards, Lawrence, Body and Cheston - the match was dawn with neither side scoring played in melting snow and incessant rain – the outstanding players for England were Finney, and Boyle - sold with modern day RFU Museum framed presentation ltd ed no 147/1000. With 20 players aside. Illus £200250 465. Rare 1961 France v South Africa International Rugby after match Dinner menu: held on 18 Fevrier 1961 au Stade De Colombes- vertical pocket fold and slight creases otherwise (G) £200-250 466. Rare 1906 Newspaper Rugby Match report on Yorkshire v South Africa 1906 – issued by The Daily Graphic with front page headlines and containing match report and action photos for the first tour of South Africa to Northern Hemisphere and coming out comfortable winners 34 – 0 and their 6th successive tour win – ex binder horizontal with some slight discolouration – otherwise (G) £40-45 467. South African Rugby FDC c1970: to incl a collection of 5 first day covers celebrating rugby events during the 1970s to incl. the „76 All Blacks Rugby tour c/w facsimile autographs etc. £50-60 468. Scarce 1927 North of Scotland v New South Wales rugby after match dinner menu: Scottish Rugby Union Dinner

held in Honour of The New South Wales Rugby Team at The Douglas Hotel Aberdeen on Wednesday 19 th October 1927 – been laid sown in album – outer paper covers spine split – some thumb stains – otherwise (F/G). £75-100 469. Rare 1908 Wallabies Rugby Tour : comprising a concert menu on board SS Omrah on the journey to UK for first ever tour in 1908 – part of the concert schedule incl the “Australian Football Team performing “War Crys” - some stains to edges – ex album. Illus. £300-350 470. Rare 1906 Scotland v South Africa rugby after match dinner menu: In Honour of South African Team at The Grosvenor Glasgow 17th Nov 1906 – this was the first game between the 2 nations with Scotland recording a famous 6-0 win in Glasgow – and the first of only two defeats for South Africa out of a total of 28 matches played in England Scotland, Ireland, Wales and France – the small gilt edged card menu cover is split. £500-550 471. Rare 1959 South African Rugby signed Dinner Menu: given by the Rhodesia Congo Border Rugby Union held in honour of Dr. Danie Craven President of South African Rugby Board on his visit to The Copperbelt April 1959, signed to the front cover by Craven and 21 others- some slight stains otherwise (G). £250-300 472. Rare 1937 Australia v South Africa International rugby programme: played on July 17 1937 – in original pictorial wrappers – poor with sellotape, some wear and tears to spine and edges and 2x horizontal crease folds. (A/F) £200-220 473. Rare Welsh rugby character postcard featuring “Dai Lossin”: featuring the Welsh rugby cartoon character that appeared regularly in The Western Mail newspaper between the wars. £75-80 474. Rare 1932 Rugby Souvenir Knapkin: celebrating The Prince of Wales visit to Swansea in 1932 including attendance at Wales v England rugby international, framed decorative paper souvenir £200-250 475. 1963 New Zealand All Blacks rugby team Greetings Christmas card: from the New Zealand Rugby Team tour in Great Britain 1963/64 – signed by Bruce Watt £75-80 476. 1992 Currie Cup Rugby Final signed ball: official leather rugby ball signed produced for the final between Transvaal and Natal played at Ellis Park in 1992 – decorated with the crest of each team, The Currie Cup and date – signed in felt tip pen by 22 players £50-60 477. 2000/1 Saracens signed rugby shirt: official black and red short sleeved home shirt signed to front in white pen by 25 of the squad c/w Canterbury Maker‟s label - mf&g overall 35 x 33.5” £50-75 478. Ben Cohen - England / World Cup autographed rugby boots: A pair of match worn Adidas rugby boots signed in ink by the England International and World Cup winger. £40-60 479. 1996 England v Wales Rugby signed programme/menu: Lords Taverners “The Courage Eve of Five nations International Rugby Dinner”, Friday 2nd February 1996, signed on the inside added wrappers by the guest of Honour Dewi Morris (England) , Nick Farr-Jones (Australia), and dignitaries Tim Rice, Tom Graveney and Robert Powell (G) £25-30 480. Rugby Union Programmes 1951 – 1978: selection of London based rugby club programmes incl a rare 1951 double programme London Scottish v Northern & Richmond v London Welsh; 2x 1952 Bath v London Hospitals & v Old Blues; 1956 Semi Final County Championship Middlesex v Lancashire; 1957 Guys Hospital v London Welsh plus later Middlesex Sevens, US Marines v US Navy plus England v Ireland and other big matches at Twickenham. (F/G) (13) £30-50 481. Pontypool Rugby Club Jubilee Handbook: titled “1901 – Jubilee – 1951 Fifty Years of Rugby History” in original red wrappers, 32p c/w illustrated photographs and publ‟d by Mullock & Sons Ltd of Newport. Vertical crease fold and some wear to wrappers otherwise clean internally (F/G) £25-30 482. Pre war Rugby Book: titled “Rugby Football Today” 1st ed 1931 by E H D Sewell in it‟s rare pictorial d/j and original green cloth decorative boards – published by John Murray, London, with numerous illustrated photographs – d/j has minor wear, dust stains and tears – internally clean and sound. £30-40 Note Early record of all the touring test games, International teams and Intervarsity matches from 1900 - 1930 483. Rugby Autograph Album: Large collection of 100x modern day England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, All Blacks and other International and first class rugby players signed on large cards to incl rob Andrew, Neil Back, Balshaw, Ross Beattie, Phil Bennett, Neil Best, Borthwick, Bortolami, Andrew Blower (NZ), Gary Botha (SA), Finlay Calder, Mike Catt, Jonathan Davies, David Duckham, Toby flood, Guscott, Greenwood, Richard Hill, James Hook, Ben Kay, Cliff Morgan, Andy Nicol, Dean Richards, John Taylor (Wales), Shane Williams and many more. £100-120 484. Widnes Rugby Football Club League colours c1920 – original BDV coloured silk issued by Godfrey Phillips – overall 6 x 4” (G) £15-20 485. Warrington Rugby Football Club League colours c1920 – original BDV coloured silk issued by Godfrey Phillips – overall 6 x 4” (G) £15-20 486. 7x Rugby Programmes: to incl 1927 England v The Rest trial match; 1964 Swansea RFC 90 th Anniversary v International XV and 1975 Welsh Rugby National Sevens 7- a- side tournament played at Pembroke Dock. Plus 4 other welsh programmes from the 1970s £30-356 The following 3 lots relate to the rugby career Wilfred Wooller one of Wales first sporting icons, his list of achievements on and off the fields of play make Wooller a true legend of British sport. Progressing from being a Double Blue at Cambridge, Wooller made his international rugby debut for Wales in the first Welsh side to defeat England at Twickenham. A member of the Welsh XV that defeated the 1935 All Blacks, Wooller made 18 appearances for Wales before the outbreak of the Second World War. Wooller spent much of the

war as a POW at the hands of the Japanese in Changi prison, experiences that further shaped the man for his success in sport. Aside from his rugby successes, Wooller was a fine all round sportsman gaining honours for Wales as a squash international and a Cardiff City footballer. In 1948, he captained Glamorgan to their first ever County Championship, his association with the game of cricket lasting many years as an administrator and as a Test selector. 487. 1932/33 Wales International rugby cap: presented to Wilfred Wooller (regarded as one of Wales‟ best ever sportsman) – the cap awarded on his debut against England in 1933, and Wales first ever victory at Twickenham – some fading Illus. £1500-2000 488. 1932/33 Wales v England Signed rugby touch judge‟s silk and cotton flag: from Wooller‟s debut match and the famous first ever Welsh win over England at Twickenham signed and dated “Twickenham 21-1-33” to the one panel and profusely signed by all the Welsh players and others to incl Wooller, Dai Thomas, Isaacs, Raymond Jones, Edgar Jones, etc. Rare £500-750 489. Wilfred Wooller rugby biography book: titled “The Skipper” 1st ed c/w d/j and signed by the author Andrew Hignell. £50-60 490. 1938 Wales v England Signed rugby touch judge‟s silk and cotton flag signed by the Welsh squad to incl. Vickery, F.L. Morgan, H Tanner, C. Davey, and others to incl R Bolton Eng et al some faded – and silk side is faded and frayed (A/F) £250-300 491. 2007 Rugby World Cup final/semi final menus: for the final England v South Africa and the semi final South Africa v Argentina, together with a further menu for the France v Argentina pool game (3) £60-75 492. 1980 Swansea v New Zealand rugby tour after match dinner menu: sold with a photo of the touring party and a press ticket for the Wales v New Zealand match 1980. (3) £25-30 493. 1931 Springboks rugby tour team postcard: photograph postcard depicting the team dressed in official tour blazers c/w legend below. £25-30 494. 1951 Springboks Rugby Tour to Ireland menu: comprising the official dinner menu card celebrating the visit of the Springboks to the Guinness brewery St James‟s Gate Brewery Dublin. £50-60 495. 1951/52 Springboks Rugby tour to UK dinner menu: on the occasion of their visit to Eastbourne 31st December – 4th January 1952 held at The Grand Hotel Eastbourne on New Year‟s Eve. £60-70 496. Rare France v Australia 1967 Rugby dinner menu: held on 11 Fevrier 1967 at Stade de Colombes. £60-70 497. Welsh Rugby Union 125th anniversary dinner menu: held at the Millennium Stadium on Wednesday 14th December 2005 c/w guest list and invitation. £20-25 498. Rugby Advertising Signs: coloured advertising laminated tin signs for “Sportsman Gin” featuring a rugby player running with the ball under his arm and with the slogan “A Great Spirit” – overall 11x 7.5” max £35-40 499. 1922 Berry FC 9ct gold rugby medal: engraved on the obverse, „Berry FC - Premiers 1922‟ c/w a raised rugby ball to the centre and on the reverse engraved „S. C. R. L. – C grade – L McAuley‟ £75-100 500. Welsh International dark green velvet football cap: in dark green velvet c/w gold braid „Prince of Wales‟ feathers to the front panel and similar trim – lining complete but frayed hence makers details (indecipherable) £150-200 Note: possibly Wales v Ireland Football Memorabilia, Programmes, Caps Medals, Shirts and related Items 501. 5x FA Cup Final football programmes to incl 1958 Bolton Wanderers v Manchester Utd. 2x 1959 Luton Town v Nottingham Forrest, 1962 Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur and 1965 Leeds Utd v Liverpool with 8 blank pages– all very clean hence (G) £40-50 502. Collection of Bristol City Football Reserves single sheet programmes c1961 to incl v Notts Forest Res (8), v Watford Res (8), v Ipswich Res (8), v Weymouth (4), v Dorchester Town (8), v Yeovil Town Res (8), Bristol City Youth v Bristol Rovers Youth (8) plus a facsimile copy 1909 Bristol City v Derby County English Cup Semi Final ( Stamford Bridge) and a reprint 1905/06 Chelsea Football Club Handbook and Fixtures – overall F/G (54) £30-40 503. Collection of various football programmes from 1944 – 1980s to incl a wartime England XI v Combined Services XI played at Stamford Bridge, Fulham v Tottenham ‟45/6, 3x Shrewsbury Town v Newport County, v Aldershot and v Wolves ( Birmingham League) 55/56, 2x Orient v Charlton „57/58, v Lincoln „59/60, plus 1976 UEFA Gts Wisla v Celtic, others incl FA Cup, Anglo Scottish Cup, Testimonials et al (F/G) (34) £35-50 504. Collection of West Ham United football programmes 1964/69 to incl League, League Cup, FAC, ECWC, Testimonial, Semi Final League Cup v Cardiff City ‟65 v West Bromwich Albion ‟67, ECWC v La Gantoise ‟64, v Spartak Praha ‟64 and v FC Madgeburg ‟66 et al – some with hand written results to covers otherwise (F/G) (155) £50-60 505. Collection of 9x FA Cup and Amateur Cup Final/Semi Finals football programmes 1951 – 1966 to incl Birmingham v Man City ‟59 (covers split), Luton v Notts Forest ‟59, plus 1962, 1963, 1964, & 1966 plus Amateur Cup Final incl 1962, 1963 and 1951 S/Final at Arsenal Stadium and 2 others. (F/G) (11) £35-40

506. Champions League 1999/20002 – collection of official football guides, media players guides, match information & report sheets to incl Man Utd, Arsenal & Leeds together with a good selection of European sports news papers. (47) £40-60 507. Collection of Football Biography Books (25) to incl John Barnes, John Charles, Jack Charlton, Brain Clough, Doug Ellis (signed), Tom Finney, Geoff Hurst, Stanley Matthews, Joe Mercer, Bobby Moore, Ian Rush, Don Revie, Tommy Smith, Jock Stein, Frank Swift et al – all with DJs. £50-60 508. Football Book – titled “The Story of The Football League 1888 – 1938” complied by Sutcliffe, Brierley and Howarth - 1st ed in original red and gilt cloth boards c/w numerous photographic plates and illustrations – some bruising to corners – some weakness to hinges otherwise clean internally – ex libris but still scarce (F) £50-60 Note An official history published in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the League's formation. 509. Large collection of Sporting Auction Catalogues from 1990s to date incl Bonham‟s, Christies, Graham Budd, Knight‟s, Mullock Madeley, Sotheby‟s, Sporting Gold, Vennett Smith, et al (55) plus 1971/72 Rothmans Football Year Book– 2nd year in original wrappers (G), Sunday Chronicle Football Annual 1955/56 plus a good selection of Motor Racing material, Speed Trials, Saloon Car Racing incl many signed photographs – mixed bag (a lot) £30-40 510. Collection of football trade and other cigarette cards –mostly part sets and odds to incl Panini, Jay Dees, Subbuteo Squad, Team Tactix et al and many many more – plus Turfs, Churchman, Wills, Players et al covering various sports from boxing, cricket to personalities etc too many to count. £35-40 511. Football Autographs – mainly newspaper and magazine cuttings incl English and Scottish league teams and players c1960s from Spurs, Leeds, Man City, Stoke, Rangers, Kilmarnock, Leicester, West Ham, Chelsea – Osgood, Hateley, Peters, Hurst, Bremner, Colin Bell, Eastman, Callaghan, plus lots more – all contained in a looses leaf folder – approx 200 signatures. £50-60 512. Football Autographs – mainly newspaper and magazine cuttings incl English and Scottish league teams and players c1960s signed by individual players and managers from Man. Utd, West Brom, Spurs, Sunderland, Southampton, Blackpool, Liverpool, Leeds, Man City, Stoke, Rangers, Kilmarnock, Leicester, West Ham, Chelsea – Osgood, Hateley, Peters, Hurst, Bremner, Colin Bell, Roger Hunt, Summerbee, Busby, Johnny Haynes, Cyril Knowles, Eastman, Callaghan, plus lots more – all contained in a loose leaf folder – over 200 signatures. £40-50 513. Football selection – to incl 1910 Notts Football Club Debenture Certificate, 1966 World Cup newspaper publications, football annuals from 1950s, various midland football team programmes incl Birmingham (h) & (a) plus Birmingham Ladies (h) & (a), Worthington Cup, Texaco Cup finals - numerous match tickets all c1990/2000 (a lot) £30-40 514. England Football programmes – incl World Cup qualifying group matches, European Championships, British Championships etc from 1972 – 1988 v Hungary, Brazil, Czechoslovakia, Spain, Norway, Argentina, Holland, USSR, Rumania, West Germany, Scotland, Ireland and Wales et al (G), plus York City Breedon Complete Record from 1922 – 1990 (39) £35-40 515. Champions League, UEFA Cup, ECWC, FA Cup qualifying football programmes – relating to Arsenal and Tottenham from 1991 onwards together with some random media report packs and official team sheets (80) £25-30 516. 1950/1960s Football selection – incl programmes, annuals, handbooks - 1953 Intercity Floodlit Match London v Berlin at Arsenal (p), 1952 London Senior Charity Cup Final Finchley v Wealdstone at Arsenal, Croydon Amateurs v PO Engineers 1953, Ruislip Manor v PO engineers 1953, Dundee v Partick Thistle 1959, plus other from the 1960s St. Mirren, Hibernian, Bexley Heath – various later England Intl programmes from the 1980s – a mixed lot. (70) £35-50 517. Scarce 1912/13 Cardiff City A F C team photograph with The Welsh Cup – official press photograph overall 4” x 7.5” – clipped and with hand written notes on the reverse. £40-60 Note – The Welsh Cup was inaugurated in 1877 and was dominated by teams in North Wales and this was the first time that a team from South Wales won The Cup and interestingly the final was against Pontypridd another team from South Wales. 518. 1963 FA Cup Final signed display: Leicester City v Manchester United comprising facsimile programme cover and match ticket together with an original ticket to an evening with Denis Law signed in blue felt tip pen mf&g - overall 14” x 17” £40-60 519. George Best (Manchester United and Ireland) signed display; comprising an inlaid dish with a black and white transfer portrait of George Best together with a black and white scrap signed by the player mf &g – overall 19” x 15” c/w COA £75-100 520. Manchester United 1997/98 signed display: comprising a large colour press photograph showing Gary Neville, David Beckham and Roy Keane celebrating and signed to the centre by David Beckham mf & g c/w a mounted brass plaque – overall 14” x 18” £40-50 521. A rare Edson Pele (Brazil) signed ltd ed coloured print: titled „Pele – probably the most gifted footballer in the universe‟ signed in black felt tip pen Edson Pele and by the artist Jose Palomares No 205/350 mounted and ready for framing c/w COA overall 19.75” x 15.75” £100-120 521a. 2003/4 Kanu - Arsenal football team signed shirt display: official replica shirt signed by18 players from the season the team went undefeated for a record number of games – to incl Kanu, Pires, Ashley Cole, Clichy, Bergkamp, Silva, Edu, Sol Campbell, Parlour et al- m.f. & g overall 33.5 x 25.5” £80-100 522. Selection of football handbooks, programmes, and autographs: to include1954 FA Cup Final song sheet, 5 Chelsea

signed “soccer star profiles”, 1977/78 Tottenham Hotspurs handbook et al. (30#) £25-30 523. Collection of Football team sheets: from the 1980s to 2007 to include the Champions League, Scottish FA Cup, First Division, Barclays Premiership, FAC, WC qualifying matches, Coca Cola League 1. Teams include Chelsea, Spurs, West Ham, Man United, Arsenal, Real Madrid, AC Milam et al. (245#) £120-150 524. Collection of Football trade cards, magazines and newspapers: to include a 1939 Topical Times, Topical Times trade football cards, FDCs, Footballer of the year dinner menus, a 1960 Sporting Star newspaper FA Cup Final edition Wolves v Blackburn £30-50 525. Collection of Birmingham FC pre-war ephemera: various letters written on official Birmingham FC headed note paper and postcards to John Bye informing him of selection, together with an original photograph of John Bye wearing his English Schools Football FA Cap and kit (13#) £25-30 526. 1952 Arsenal FC match programme: a rare single sheet for the FA Amateur Cup 4 th Rd, 2nd replay – Wimbledon v Walthamstow Avenue – Hand written score and some minor creases otherwise very clean £35-40 527. FA Cup Semi-Final programme 1951/52: played at Tottenham between Arsenal and Chelsea on 29 th March 1952, together with the replay on April 7th with Arsenal winning 3-0 (vertical and horizontal crease folds, thumb wear to edges and minor creases) hence (F) £50-60 528. Arsenal FC Programmes (6): to include 1934 v Sheffield Wednesday, 1947 v Blackpool, 1948 v Blackburn Rovers and v Derby County (Christmas day), 1949 v Tottenham Hotspurs, 1957 v Newport County (A) – Some staple rust to 1933 otherwise (F/G) £40-60 529. 1950 Tottenham Hotspur official programme: Middlesex Boys v Essex Boys, single sheet – minor nicks and creases otherwise (F/G) £25-30 530. 1962 Accrington Stanley FC official Programme: v Bradford City incorrectly dated to the centre page 3/2/61 instead of 3/2/62 – handwritten score to the centre page otherwise (G) £75-80 531. Reading FC war time/post war programmes (8): to incl single sheet 1944 v Watford (A) 1949 v Swindon, v Notts County, v Fulham (signed by the Fulham players Harris, Gage, Fox and Jones), Res v Cardiff City, 1950s v Crystal Palace, v Torquay, v Southend and v Portvale – some with hand written team changes and results £40-60 532. 1961/62 Crewe Alexander v Accrington Football programme: Note this was Accrington Stanley‟s last ever league game before going into liquidation – light creases otherwise a clean copy £130-150 533. 1955 Arsenal FC football programme: single sheet v the FA Youth XI –Arsenal losing 5-4 (horizontal crease fold, slight stain and two sellotape marks) otherwise (F/G) £30-50 534. 1936 Chelsea FC programme: FA Cup 4th Rnd v Plymouth Argyle special ed. edged in black following the death of King George V plus a rare 1959 double programme v West Thurrock A – FA Youth Cup 1st Rnd and v Portsmouth Res Combination League – and a 1955 v West Ham United FA Youth Cup 4th Rnd – vertical and horizontal crease folds otherwise internally clean (3) £60-75 535. 1947/48 Crewe Alexander FC football programme: an Easter double programme v York City (Good Friday) and v New Brighton (following day) handwritten scores and attendance (F/G) £40-50 536. 1925/26 Arsenal FC official programme v Aston Villa Easter Monday 5th April 1926 (staple rust, some discolouration and random creases) plus a scarce war time Liverpool v Blackpool single sheet 19 th May 1945 horizontal crease fold and handwritten result (2) £60-80 537. Diego Maradona (Argentina) signed display: comprising Argentinean International replica shirt signed to the front together with 2 coloured WC photographs mounted in plain mount with matching light blue trim ready for framing – overall 32” x 24” £150-170 538. Robinho (Brazil and Manchester City) signed display: comprising a Manchester City replica players No 10 shirt signed between the players name and the number 10 – mounted with 2 coloured photographs in plain mount and matching light blue trim – overall 32” x 24” £150-170 539. A scarce Wayne Rooney/Manchester United signed shirt: to commemorate the European Cup 40th Anniversary dark blue shirt signed to the front „Wayne Rooney 10‟ £200-250 540. Theo Walcott Arsenal signed replica football shirt: Sponsors Fly Emirates away stripe signed on the back in black felt tip pen between „Walcott and No 32‟ c/w COA £75-100 541. 1966 signed England World Cup winners display: comprising 2x FDCs one signed by Bobby Moore and the other by 9 members of the team plus Alf Ramsay and Bobby Charlton, mounted with various facsimile photographs including the final programme, ticket et al. In plain mount with red trim - overall 22.5” x 26” £500-600 541a 1966 Wembley Stadium signed seat display: removed after the final match against Germany on 7 th October 2000 and signed by England World Cup hero Geoff Hurst – window mounted c/w facsimile photographs of Hurst et al , f&g overall 30.5 x 22.5” c/w COA £75-80 541b. Michael Owen England signed display: replica England shirt signed to the front in felt tip pen – mf&g overall 25.5 x 36” c/w COA £50-75 542. A collection of pre and post war non-league football programmes and menu: to include 2x Dulwich Hamlet v Ilford, v Oxford City‟37/38, Tooting and Mitcham v Finchley „54/55 others from ‟55 incl Southall, Enfield Town, Leyton, Ilford, Bexley Heath Res, St Albans et al. (17) (P/G) £40-50

543. Early post war football programmes: to include Lincoln City v Rochdale ‟45/46, 3x Stoke City v Birmingham „48/49, v Huddersfield, v Burnley ‟49/50, 2x Fulham v WBA „48/49, v Bolton „49/50 some staple rust and slight discolouring to edges otherwise (F/G) (6) £60-70 544. 1950s football programmes (34): to include Stockport County v Ex Internationals „50/51, Charlton v Arsenal ‟52/53, Barnsley v York „53/54, 2x Chelsea v Luton „55/56, v Esporte Clube Bahia, floodlit match „56/57, a run of 10x Reading programmes spring of „58 and others for Brentford, Barnstaple, Notts County et al. £60-75 545. A selection of reserve football programmes from the late 1950s onward: to include some single sheets and 4-page issues notably Manchester City Res v Derby County Res, Notts Forest Res v Bristol Rovers Res, Chelsea Res v Arsenal Res, up to 2003 and a quantity of team sheets covering the same period (75#) £45-50 546. A collection of 1960s football programmes: including Mansfield v Harlepools „61/62, Blackpool v Ipswich „62/63. Swansea v Portsmouth „62/63, Southport v Crewe „64/65, Manchester City v Sparta ‟67 other clubs incl Bradford City, Aldershot, Mansfield, Arsenal, Bolton Wanderers, Fulham, Darlington, Charlton Athletic et al. (F/G) (60#) £30-60 547. A scarce 1946/7 Hartlepools United FC programme: v New Brighton 4-page ed, some tiny nicks to edges otherwise (G) £75-80 548. 2x New Brighton official football programmes 1949/50: to include v Crewe Alexander 8/10/49 (H) and v Stockport County 14/9/49 (A) (some horizontal crease folds and score and team changes to the latter) otherwise clean (F/G) £120-140 549. 4x Accrington football programmes (A): to include v Mansfield Town „47/48, v 2x Southport „52/53 & „53/54, v Stockport County FA Cup 1st Rnd ‟61/62 note, this was Accrington Stanley‟s last season and FA Cup match £60-80 550. Collection of 1960s football programmes: to include testimonials, all stars, FA Cup, 1st, 2nd division, Southern and other league programmes teams include Walthamstow Avenue, Bromley. Leicester, Wolves, Birmingham City. Derby County Man United, Kings Lin, Boston United, Arsenal, Hendon, West Ham et al. (40#) £25-30 551. Manchester United selection: to include Big match programmes, friendlies, souvenir brochures, newspapers, Charles Buchan, The United Story in pictures, The Reds at Wembley „62/63, covering the period from 1950s-2002 (a lot) £35-50 552. Collection of Portsmouth FC programmes (H) and (A): mostly ‟60s and „80s to include League Cup, FA Cup and League matches plus other Big Match programmes incl FA Cup Finals and Semi-Finals, UEFA Cup. Teams incl Spurs, Arsenal, Manchester City, Norwich, Wolves, Everton, Watford, Coventry City, Liverpool et al. (154#) £40-60 552A. 1966 World Cup Final football signed shirt display: Replica red 1966 World Cup Final Shirt signed on front in black marker pen by Geoff Hurst & Martin Peters – mf&g 22.5” x 27” c/w COA £75-80 553. An England signed shirt: Replica red white and blue, short sleeved shirt signed to front by 16 players including Ashley Cole, David Beckham, Michael Owen, Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes, Owen Hargreaves, Sol Campbell, Nicky Butt & Teddy Sherringham. Mounted on board (G) £100-120 553a. David Beckham England signed display: Replica England shirt signed to the front by Beckham mf & g overall 30 x 34” c/w COA dated 2003. £50-75 554. George Best (Manchester United/Ireland) Signed commemorative football shirt: 1968 European Cup Final replica blue shirt with embroidered logo and signed to the front „George Best‟ to commemorate winning the European Cup Final for the 1st time in 1968 c/w 2x photographs – in plain mount c/w red trim – overall 32” x 24” £200-220 555. Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United/England) signed shirt: comprising a red replica shirt signed „Rio‟ on the back to the number 5, together with 2 coloured photographs celebrating winning the Champions league 2008. In plain mount with red trim Overall - 24” x 32” £120-150 556. Fernando Torres (Liverpool FC) signed shirt: Liverpool replica red shirt signed to the front „Best wishes Fernando Torres 9‟ together with 2 coloured photographs in plain mount with red trim overall 32” x 24” £175-200 557. Arshavin (Arsenal) signed shirt: official replica arsenal short sleeved shirt, signed to the front „Arshavin 23‟ £100120 558. 1966 England World Cup winners signed shirt: replica red round neck long sleeved shirt embroidered to the front in gold „1966 ENGLAND WORLD CUP WINNERS‟ signed to the front from top to bottom by 9 players incl Alan Ball, Peters, Hunt, Wilson, Hurst, Jackie Charlton, Banks, Cohen, Stiles. £180-200 559. International and other Big Match football programmes: to include FA Cup Finals 1960, 62, Welsh Internationals (H) and (A), European Championships and WC qualifiers, Champions League, UEFA Cup and friendlies. (63#) £30-50 560. 2x Hungary International football programmes: v England ‟60 (Budapest) and v Wales ‟61 (Budapest) Both (VG) £45-50 561. Brentford FC programmes 1946-1960: to incl v Sunderland „46/47 (G), v Swansea (worn)„49/50, v Walsall, v Torquay „54/55, v Hull City, v Rochdale, v Southampton „58/59, v Southampton Barnsley Shrewsbury Town plus others „59/60 et al (31#) (F/G) £50-80 562. 3x Chelsea FC war-time football programmes: all single sheets v West Ham Cup tie ‟44, v Charlton Athletic ‟45, v Portsmouth ‟45 Two with handwritten team changes and half time scores – two with crease folds, nicks to edges and slight dust stains otherwise (F/G) £45-60 563. 1907 Chelsea FC football programme: single sheet v Hastings & St. Leonards Southern Eastern league match 10/10/1907 – ex bound volume with slight fraying to the spine and one team change £75-80 564. 1974 WC programme: group match Scotland v Brazil 18/6/1974 In the original wrappers (slight wear and stains to

cover) – some hand written group match results otherwise internally clean – scarce £90-100 565. 1974 WC programme: group match Poland v Yugoslavia 30/6/1974 in the original wrappers see p19 tear to bottom right corner otherwise (VG) £40-50 566. Bournemouth and Boscombe football programmes: to incl v Torquay ‟49, scarce v Nancy ‟51 (Festival of Britain), v Portvale ‟51, scarce amateur International match England v Wales ‟55 (4) all with minor faults hence (F) £40-60 567. 1960 League Cup Bradford City v Manchester United: official programme, 2nd Rnd League Cup programme - 2 small handwritten numbers to the cover otherwise (VG) rare £150-160 568. Collection of 1950s England International football programmes: to incl Great Britain v Bulgaria, Olympic qualifying Rnd, and v Germany, V Scotland, v Wales ‟54; v Wales ‟56 (2); v Romania ‟57 plus v Italy, v Sweden, v Ireland ‟59 and a 1961 WC qualifying match England v Luxembourg played at Arsenal et al (13) £30-50 569. Billy Wright (Captain Wolverhampton Wanderers England) Civic banquet menu; to celebrate his 100th full international for England held at the Civic Hall Wolverhampton 29/4/1959 c/w the original 4 page folding centre spread – some discolouration to the front and back cover but internally (VG) £50-60 570. 2 English Cup tie football postcards 1910: to include an original postcard of an air balloon decorated with the portraits of Barnsley FC players rising over the football ground titled „en voyage to Crystal Palace via Leeds (heavily creased but complete) and another dated 5/3/1910 for the 4th rnd v Queens Park Rangers with match scenes (2) £30-60 571. 1902/3 Folly Athletic FC team photograph: On the photographers original card by Victor Beadle. Bow of East London, bottom edge clipped otherwise (VG) overall 11” x 12.5” £30-50 572. An original football coloured lithograph c1880: titled „Goal‟ from the original painting by Thomas M. Hemy commissioned for The Boys Own Paper- featuring a congested goal mouth scene mf &g overall 21” x 27” £25-30 573. 1999 Manchester United Treble Winning season signed print: titled “The Treble” by Stephen Doig and signed randomly by 10 members of the team – mounted and ready for framing overall 19 x 16” £200-250 574. 2x World Cup 1966 signed ltd ed. displays: to incl Gibraltar FDC World Cup History 1966-2002 no 102/300 signed in ink by Nobby Stiles, George Cohen, Ray Wilson and Jackie Charlton and a similar 1966 World Cup Heroes Autographed presentation display No 35/495. and signed by Ray Wilson, Nobby Stiles, Gordon Banks & George Cohen – c/w COA and both mf&g £80-100 574A. World Cup 1966 signed football display: Impressive facsimile display of 1966 World Cup Final England v West Germany ephemera to incl programme cover signed by Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst, match ticket, photograph, plus Sunday Express Newspaper front page headlines – mf&g overall 32.5 x 29 c/w COA £75-100 574B. 2x World Cup 1966 signed displays: incl official Bobby Moore Fund Silver Coin 40 th Anniversary first day cover along with 2x large 1966 World Cup first day covers and a similar display of 9x FDCs celebrating 40 th Anniversary in conjunction with Bobby Moore Fund to incl each game played by England c/w facsimile autograph of Bobby Moore together with one signed by Geoff Hurst – both mounted c/w COA (2) £50-75 575. 1945/6 Manchester United war-time football programme: a single sided printed sheet v Burnley possibly a misprint without any details, fixtures etc on the reverse – hence rare (note pencil indentations to the team changes and score) vertical crease folds otherwise (G) £140-150 576. A scarce Newcastle United Fairs Cup programme (A): quarter final match v R.S.C. Anderlecht played 11/3/1970 played in Anderlecht (VG) £30-35 577. A collection of 1950s Non-League football club programmes: to incl FA Amateur Cup 3rd rend Briggs Sports v Bromley ‟54, Scarborough v Doncaster Rovers res ‟58 other teams incl Woodford Town, Yiewsley FC, Wokingham, Cheltenham, Ashington, North Shields, Trowbridge, Bedworth, Dover, Chatham etc. contained in a folder, generally (F/G) £50-60 578. 1946 Wales v Ireland Victory football programme: played at Ninian Park on Saturday 4th May 1946 , horizontal crease folds and thumb stains and hand written scrawl (F) £35-40 579. 1958 FA Cup Final signed display: comprising original autographed album page signed by 12 Bolton players incl Nat Lofthouse, Tom Banks, Roy Hartle, Parry, Edwards, Birch, Holden, et al. Together with facsimile ticket and programme cover and 2 photographs, mounted and ready for framing overall – 20.5” x 16.5” £150-175 580.Tottenham Hotspurs signed football display: incl 5 signed individual photographs and cards incl Cliff Jones, Danny Blanchflower, Johnny White, Bill Nicholson in plain mounts with dark blue trim overall 15” x 15” £100-125 581. England football heroes signed display: comprising Stanley Matthews, Tom Finney and Nat Lofthouse in plain mount with blue trim overall 15” x 20.5” £100-125 582. The Football League Evening of Legends signed programme: held in association with the BBC Sports-signed to the cover by Cliff Jones, Tom Finney, Nat Lofthouse, Dave MacKay plus one other, mounted in plain mounts with black trim £175-200 583. A Wayne Rooney (Manchester United /England) Nike signed football boot: signed in felt tip pen below the Nike tick, scarce £200-250 583A. Pele Brazil signed football display: Replica Brazil International shirt signed to the front in black marker pen by Pele – mf&g overall 35 x 26.75” c/w COA (VG) £200-250 584. Robbie Savage match worn football boots: A pair of Puma football boots worn while playing for Birmingham City

size 9 and comes with full COA (G) £80-100 585. Match Worn Football Boots: Pair of white Nike football boots worn by Steve Marlet, (France & Fulham FC) c/w his name embroidered to the side and initials to the tongue and back of the heel onto both boots with full COA (VG) £80100 586. Messi (Barcelona FC) signed colour photograph: in blue and red mount overall – 16” x 12” £50-75 587. Wayne Rooney, George Best signed display: titled ‟The Ultimate Manchester United Strike Partnership in the Theatre of Dreams‟ comprising 2 colour photographs signed by both Wayne Rooney and George Best overall – 13” x 22” £200-250 588. Duncan Edwards (Manchester United) autographed display: comprising a stunning large autograph, mounted and clipped together with 3 other illustrations in black mount overall 20” x 20” £200-250 589. 1999 Manchester United signed FA Cup Final display: comprising 2 facsimile covers signed by 7 players incl David Beckham in plain mount with red trim overall – 15.5” x 20” £180-200 590. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United/Portugal) signed colour photograph: – display in plain mount overall – 16” x 20” £50-75 591. Foreign football programmes; incl Brazil v Chile 1959, Brazil Cup Final 59 Vasco De Gama v America, Portugal v Greece 1969, Germany, Sweden, Holland and Denmark well represented. (vg) (100*) £30-50 592. Portsmouth football friendly programmes: from 1950s onwards, noted homes include Red Banner 1956, Rampla 1956, O.F.K. Belgrade 1961, Burnley 1962, and Opening of lights Harris Benefit 1960. Many single sheets and scarce issues. (vg)(82*) £80-100 593. Leeds football programmes: collection late 50s onwards (H) & (A). All but 6 are from 60s. Some reserves, European & Cups. (vg) (53#) £40-60 594. Portsmouth football programmes 1953-1962: all homes to incl23x 1950s, 18x 1960s namely Sheff. Wed. 52/3, Cardiff, Grimsby FA Cup, Charlton, Sunderland, Luton 55/6, Newcastle, Plymouth Res., Burnley 56/7 & many FA Cup. (G)(41*) £70-90 595. Liverpool football programmes 1962-1965: all homes to incl FC Koln 64/5, Juventus 65/6, Derby, Port Vale & Swansea from 64 FA Cup. ( f/g) (22*) £25-35 596.Cardiff football programmes late „50s – early „60s: all homes, 14 x 58/9, 8 x 59/60, 12 x 60/61, 11 x 61/62 Cardiff‟s last season in the top flight, 14 x 62/63, 25 mid – late 60s. (F/G) (84*) £60-70 597. Everton football programmes 1955-62: all homes incl Man City 55/6, Burnley, Chelsea, Spurs, Sunderland, Sheff Wed, Birmingham 57/8, 14 x 58/9, 14 x 59/60 plus 16 x 60 to 62. Vast majority (G) (51*) £50-70 598.Sheffield United football programmes 1953-1960s: all home to incl Blackpool, Bolton, Newcastle, P.N.E. 53/4, A. Villa, Blackpool, Charlton, P.N.E., Sheff Wed & Wolves 54/5, 11 x 55/6, 9 x 56/7, 7 x 57/8, 8 x 58/9, 8 x 59/60 plus 20 early 60s. Some staple rust otherwise majority (G) (72*) £120-140 599.Millwall football programmes 1950s: all home good collection, 4x 54/5, 8x 55/6, 14x 56/7, 19x 57/8, 14x 58/9 includes FA Cup & friendlies (G) (60*) £70-80 600.Millwall football programmes 1960s: all home 19x 59/60, 8x 60/1, 20x 61/2, 18x 62/3, 14x 63/4 - 68/9 (G) (77*) £30-35 601. Everton football programmes 1960s: all (H), 9x 60/1, 11x 61/2, 8x 62/3, 7x 63/4, 8x 64/5, 21x 65/6, 18x 66/7, 17x 67/8, 16 x 68/9 (G) (115*) £40-60 602. Collection of 1960s football programmes: to incl West Ham (70), Spurs (80), Leicester aways (100+), Ipswich (40), Q.P.R. (40) (g/vg) (500*) £30-40 603. Large box 1950-„70s football programmes: to incl 10 FA Cup Finals includes 59, 60, 69, 71, 72, 74, 76 & 77, Internationals, friendlies, testimonials, FA Cup. Worth an inspection. (f/vg) (170*) £60-80 604. Preston North End football programmes1950s: to incl Servette F.C, (Geneva) friendly, Arsenal, Blackpool, Cardiff City, Derby County, Newcastle, Sheff Wed, Sunderland & Middlesboro all 52/3. (G) (40*) £100-120 605. Preston North End football programme 1960s: to incl Tom Finney‟s last game v Luton Town (30/04/60), Finney‟s testimonial v All Star XI, scarce 4 pagers v Leeds 63/4, Norwich City 63/4 & 5 similar. 60/1 (9), Preston last season in top flight, 61/2 (11), 62/3 (10), 63/4 (8), 64/5 (15), 65/6 (16), 66/7 (9) & 67/8 (8). Mainly (vg) (88*) £70-80 606. 1950s Sheffield Wednesday football programmes: to incl 56/7 x 8, 57/8 x 6, 58/9 x 9, and 59/60 x 11. Mainly (G) £40-50 607. FA Cup 1960/1 & 1961/2 football programmes: to incl Notts County v Margate, Burnley v Bournemouth, Gillingham v Leyton Orient, Chelsea v Crewe, Newcastle v Fulham, Stockport County, Lincoln City v W.B.A all 60/1. (g/vg) (33*) £30-40 608. Burnley football programmes 1950s: all home to incl, 8x 55/6 and 17x 56/7 incl friendly v Fortuna and Chesterfield FA Cup. (G) (25*) £70-90 609. Burnley football programmes 1960s: all homes to incl 60/1 x 10, 61/2 x 14, 62/3 x 15, 63/4 x 14, 64/5 x 11, 65/6 x 10, 66/7 x 12, 67/8 x 13, 68/9 x 12, 69/70 x 11. Incl scarce postponed games, Birmingham 19/01/69. (g/vg) (122*) £80100 610. Selection of football programmes1959/ 1960s: to incl 1959/60 (16) and 1960/61(42) teams incl Preston North end,

Plymouth, Gillingham, Scunthorpe, Notts. County, Rochdale, Darlington, Coventry, Bristol, Bradford City, Hull City, Everton Burnley, et al. (G)(58*) £30-40 611. Collection of reserve team football programmes 40s to 60s: to incl A. Villa v Man City 47/8, Huddersfield v A. Villa 50/1, Sheff United v Blackpool, P.N.E. 50/1, Biggleswade v Coventry „A‟ 53/4, Leicester City v Cardiff City single card 64/5. (f/g/) (45*) £100-120 612. Early 1960s League Cup football programmes: to incl Birmingham v Swindon 4 pages 61/2, A. Villa v W.H.U. single card 63/4, Sunderland v Blackpool 64/5, Hull v Fulham 62/3, Rotherham v Luton Town replay 61/2, Bury v Sheff Utd 60/1. (G) (36*) £50-70 613.Good collection of 50s/60s football friendly programmes: to incl Arsenal v Eintracht (4p) 57/8, Q.P.R. v Rampla 55/6, Chelsea v Cauto Do Rio, CDNA Bulgaria 57/8, Birmingham v Sampdoria 57/8. (G) (60*) £60-80 614. Complete set of Wembley FA Cup Final football programmes 1958-1984: 1984 was the last of the smaller issues, 26 years plus replays and a 1967 souvenir edition. (f/g – v/g) (30*) £100-120 615. Manchester Utd. F.C. football programmes 1970s: all home, large box. Several complete/near complete seasons (G) plus a quantity 1980s , various European plus testimonials, all with tokens.(vg) £30-40 616. Manchester Utd. F.C1980s football programmes: to incl all homes. Good European, FA Cup, League Cup, near complete seasons. (vg) (170*) £30-35 617. Manchester United F.C. 2000s football programmes: all home, large modern high face value, complete or near complete seasons, includes European content. (vg) (100*) £30-40 618. Liverpool away football programmes 1960s onwards: to incl all cups, testimonials and friendlies. (vg) (140*) £6070 619. Football programmes 1960s onwards: to incl friendly, testimonials & challenge matches (G) (150*) £60-70 620. Football programmes 1960s: collection of Div1, Div2, Div 3 & Div 4 to incl Tottenham, Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea, Blackpool, Plymouth, Bristol Rovers, Aldershot, Birmingham, Burnley, Tranmere, Oxford, Newcastle, Notts Forest, Bournemouth & Boscombe, Chester, Chesterfield et al (F/G) (375*) £60-80 621. Man City football programmes 1960s –„70s: all home to incl 60s (241) & 70s (172), European cups complete runs, league cup runs & near complete seasons. (f/vg) (433*) £80-100 622. Fulham F.C, football programmes1960s: all homes near complete, to incl61/2(20), 62/3(24), 63/4(22), 64/5(24), 65/6(24), 66/7(14), 67/8(22), 68/9(25) & 69/70(24). (g/vg) (199*) £60-80 623. Football programmes from 1960s onwards: to incl Tottenham homes, Arsenal aways, various cups, top teams aways & friendlies. (G)(250*) £30-35 624. Large collection of Brighton homes football programmes: to incl the mid 1950s onwards. Noted v Millwall 55/6, Bournemouth, Norwich, Swindon, Walsall 56/7. (G) (300*) £50-60 625.Chelsea F.C. football programmes some complete sets: to include (H) & (A) and complete sets of homes 74/5(24), 76/7(22) promotion season, 77/8(22), 79/80(24) incl 2 supplements for postponed games, 94 FA Cup Final v Man Utd + other finals. (g/vg)(144*) £30-40 625a. Chelsea FC Football Programmes: 1985/86-1998/99 Home Football Programmes. Near complete First team run including FA Cup & League Cup, all seasons are in official Chelsea FC Programme Folders, Two seasons are in nonofficial folders (1 Box) Generally (VG) approx. 400 plus programmes £60-75 626. Stockport County football programmes: all homes 1956 -1959/60. In good condition for this large format, noted v Gateshead 56/7, Huddersfield Town opening of lights 56/7, Bradford Park Avenue 57/8. (G) (28) £50-70 627. Manchester City championship & Cup Final memorabilia: incl testimonial brochures, specials & player publications. (vg)(20) £20-30 628. Brighton & Hove Albion Handbooks: a good run of handbooks from 1958/9 to 1976/7 (G)(16) £30-40 629. Charlton football programmes 1950s & 1960s: to incl 1954/55 to 1962/63 homes, noted v Man City 54/5, Swindon FA Cup 55/6, plus 3 postponed games from the 1962/63 severe winter Newcastle Boxing day 1962, Southampton 19/01/63 & Cardiff City FA Cup 26/01/63. 13 x 50s, 20 x 60/1, 23 x 61/2 (complete set), 28 x 62/3 (complete set). (F/G) (84*) £80100 630. England F.A. Tour to South Africa 1956: 2x programmes to incl v Eastern Province at Port Elizabeth 26 th May, and v Southern Rhodesia at Bulawayo 17th June (VG) (2) £50-60 631. Collection of 1950s/ 1960sfootball programmes: including York City v Bolton Wanderers 1957/8 (FAC), Wolves v Arsenal 1958/9, WBA v Burnley 1953/4, Torquay Utd. v Brighton & Hove Albion 1956/7, QPR v Chesterfield 1949/50, Notts. Forest v Halifax Town 1960/1 (FLC), Fulham v Newcastle Utd. 1950/1, Man City v Portsmouth 1957/8 and others (46) £50-70. 632. Collection of 1950s/1960s football programmes: including Aston Villa v Leeds Utd. 1959/60 (FAC), Blackburn Rovers v Fulham 1954/5, Bolton Wanderers v Blackpool 1955/6, Bradford PA v Southport 1957/8, Brentford v Newport Co. 1958/9, Darlington v Workington 1960/1, Fulham v Arsenal 1949/50, Huddersfield Town v Luton Town 1955/6 and others (46) £45-65. 633. Collection of 1950s/1960s football programmes: including Aston Villa v Gais (Sweden) 1958/9, Birmingham City v Sampdoria 1957/8, Bradford PA v Watford 1958/9, Brentford v Luton Town 1951/2, Charlton Athletic v Arsenal 1953/4,

Darlington v Carlisle Utd. 1961/2, WBA v Manchester Utd. 1958/9 and others (46) £50-70. 634. Football trade Cards superb collection of Topical Times Panel Portraits (circa 1936) (72), Miniature Panel Portraits 1937 (43), Triple Portraits 1937 (6), and Portraits Special Issue (coloured) 1934 (8), should be very attractive to collectors (129). £80-120 635. Various football programmes: 1954, 1957 FA Amateur Cup Finals, 1953 FA Amateur S/F Pegasus v Southall plus others, non-league Redhill v Leyton 156/7, Bath City v Wells City 1952/3, Prestwich Heys v Finchley 1966/7 + others, schoolboy internationals, Anglo Italian programmes etc. (47) worth a look £40 -60 636. Liverpool F.C. Programmes (H) & (A): to incl 69x 1960s (H), 46x 1960s (A), 17x 1970s (H) and 20x 1970s (A), mainly good but varied condition. Also autographs which include Callaghan, Graham, Byrne, Ogston, Lawler, Lawrence, St. John plus others. (152) £40-£80 637. Football Programme Selection: Good selection of clubs incl 1950s, 1960s and 1970s - condition varies but generally good. Worth an inspection (125) £90-£125 638. Football Programmes: Good selection of clubs incl 1950s 1960s and 1970s all included, condition varies but generally good. Worth a look! (130) £85-£125 639. Manchester United F.C, Programmes: incl First Season 2005/06, (6) plus later (H) and (A), League, Cup and Friendlies for this aspiring football club (91) 40-£50 640. Manchester Utd. Menus 1998/9 Treble Season. Selection of menus incl the final at Barcelona Champions Lounge 26 May 1999, Newcastle Utd. v Tottenham Hotspur (FACSF) 11 April 1999, Charity Golf Day 26 April 1999, and several others all in excellent condition (15). £40-£50 641. Manchester United Menus. A superb collection of menus incl the Association of Former United Players, FA Cup S/Fs, representative games and United Luncheon Club, well worth a look. (61) £45-£65 642. Manchester United Menus and Ephemera. 3x menus multi-autographed (signatures incl Sadler, Morgan, Stiles, McGuinness, Alex Ferguson, Crerand, Law, Robson, Foulkes, Parker, Hill, Albiston, Gaskell, Stepney, Whitefoot, Scanlon, Carolan plus many others). Also Honorary Freedom of Manchester to Alex Ferguson, Honorary Freedom of Aberdeen to Alex Ferguson plus other interesting items. (A Lot) £70-£100. 643. Manchester United Black & White Photographs. A collection of black & white photographs, sizes vary, from the 1950s to 1980s with several around the pre-disaster era. Some are match action shots and some are behind the scene photos, several show Duncan Edwards. A number are press photos but others were not published and are a good collector‟s lot. Also included are some small rare colour slides (note: the pre-Munich team did not have any colour photos taken hence the slides are rare) (37) £250-£350 644. 1956 Manchester Utd. – Busby Babes. Programme, tickets, rosettes, photographs covering the Div. One Championship – 21 April 1956; photograph shows Roger Byrne receiving the trophy together with Duncan Edwards to one side, c/w Manchester Utd. newspaper team photographs 1955/6 (+ printed autographs) 1956/7, 1957/8 (in memoriam) + 1958/9 (+ printed autographs) (A Lot) £60-£90 645. Manchester United Books. Manchester Utd. Football (issues 1 – 16 incl some scarce), Tackle Soccer This Way (Duncan Edwards), Soccer at the Top (Matt Busby), Matt, United and Me (Jimmy Murphy), Touch and Go (Steve Coppell), Heading For Victory (Steve Bruce), The Day a Team Died(Frank Taylor) plus others (24) £40-£60 646. Manchester United Ephemera. A box of treasure with programmes, handbooks, supporter‟s club newsletters, yearbooks, United London Fan Club newsletters, newspapers, some items are scarce. (A Lot) £100-£150 647. Manchester United FA Cup Final, Charity Shield and Champions League programmes: to incl FA Cup Final 1963,‟76,‟77,‟79x2,‟83 + replay,‟85, 2004,‟05,‟07 Charity Shields 1977,‟83,‟85,‟94 Champions League 2008 (16) £50-60 648.Manchester United FA Cup Semi-Final programmes: 1963,‟65+ replay,‟66,‟70 + 2 replays at Villa Park and Burnden Park, Bolton, ,‟76,‟77,‟79 +replay,‟83,‟85 +replay,‟90+replay and ‟94 (17) £50-60 649. Manchester United FA Cup programmes: all from the 1960s/‟70s both (H) and (A) to incl Everton, Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield, Southampton, Barnsley, Sunderland, Wolves, Derby County, Preston Northend, Spurs, Exeter and Birmingham, Middlesbrough, Notts. Forest, Stoke City, Ipswich, Walsall, Oxford United, QPR, Carlisle, WBA, Fulham, Colchester to incl numerous replays (F/G)- all (H) games bar one have the tokens (60) £30-60 650.Manchester United football handbooks: to incl Official Yearbooks from No 1 1987 to 2002 plus ‟04,‟05,‟06,‟08 virtually a complete set plus Supporters Yearbooks from No 2-1973, No 5 to No 9-1976/77 to 1980/81 (inclusive) £25-30 651. Manchester United football programmes (H): 9 seasons from „83/84 to „91/92 plus „93/94 and „94/95 virtually a complete run 236/239 (G). £40-50 652. Manchester United football ticket stubs (H) &(A): to incl 3x FA Cup Finals, 1 Carling Cup Final, 2 Charity Shields, FA Cup Semi- Final plus 60 domestic matches £25-30 653. Mancheseter United F.C. selection: to incl VIP programmes, gifts, pin badges, tickets, team sheets and an autograph book to incl Bryan Robson, Ray Wilkins, Lou Macari, Norman Whiteside, Viv Anderson, plus Bobby Charlton, Bill Foulkes – a lot. £50-60 654. Manchester United related football books: to incl “The Treasures of Manchester United” in its original slip case containing “never before published removable documents and items of memorabilia” plus autobiographies, Duncan Edwards, Best, Busby, Cantona, Fergusson, Keane, Schmeichel, et al – majority hardbacks c/w d/js hence (G)(14) £30-40

655. Manchester United football programmes (A): 1970s,„80s,‟90s and 2000s Hereford United, Coventry , Arsenal, WBA, Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Stoke city, Southampton, Wrexham, Bolton, Derby, Brighton and Hove Albion et al. £30-50 656. Manchester United magazines: the Official magazine titled „Manchester United‟ published monthly comprising the 1st 8 volumes from vol-1 No-1 c/w 2 club magazine binders the rest are loose (102) 657. England football programmes-1964 onwards: to incl World Cup, European qualifiers and British Championships, teams incl Argentina, Ireland Norway, Holland, Italy, Scotland, Turkey plus a 1970s Daily Mirror guide to the World Cup Soccer Finals and a 1966 World Cup Stars picture gallery (F/G) (15) £20-30 658. Football Reserves & Minor match programmes 1950s – 1970s: incl 10x reserves from 1955 onwards mostly s/sheets and 4 page issues – 6x Schoolboy Int. England v Scotland 1950, ‟52, ‟56 and 1960 plus 7x minor cup matches incl Bournemouth “A” v Downton and 2x FAAC Semi Finals from the early 1970s (27) £35-40 659. Aston Villa football programmes (H) 1950s – 1970s: to incl 54x from 1951/52 to 1969/70, over 20 pre 1960/1 inc. Stoke „51/2, Arsenal „58/9, and Manchester United „66/7 – mostly (G) with occasional faults £55-70 660. London football club programmes (A): from 1951/52 to 1970/71 to incl „51/2 Luton v Brentford FAC, 2x 1960s League Cup semi finals Birmingham v QPR and Huddersfield v Arsenal, „57/58 WBA v Chelsea, and „54/55 Blackburm v Fulham – in all (26) £60-70 661. Football Play Off Finals and Minor Cup finals programmes: 22x various large format modern programmes some duplication plus 18x modern minor cup finals – AWS, Zenith et al mostly (G/VG) (40) £20-40 662. Football Books, Magazines, Brochures and pictures: mostly Pyramid mags from 1980s, Liverpool Books and pictures, 3x News of World, Rothmans et al plus a Southampton scrap book £20-25- worth a look (50*). £25-30 663. International and European football programmes (9): to incl 3x Full England Internationals v Wales ‟55, Scotland ‟60 & 62 plus 6x European programmes incl Liverpool v Anderlecht 1964/65, Manchester Utd – note one Man Utd clipped otherwise (F/G). £25-30 664. 1940/1950s domestic football programmes: mostly 1950s but incl Fulham v Derby „45/46, Millwall v Birmingham „46/47, 17x large format Leyton Orient (H) plus Charlton v Wolves „52/53, QPR v Orient „54/55.(F) (36) £100-120 665. Domestic football programmes from 1960 onwards: to incl 11x from „60s Barrow v Doncaster, v Darlington, v Hull (FAC) and Grimsby (large) , 11 from 1970s to incl Doncaster v Barnett, Cambridge Utd v Southport, plus several from 1980s incl Accrington (12) Manchester Utd (13), Grimsby v Scarborough plus ticket and Scarborough v Bury FAC 1993/94 – in all (49) £15-20 666. 1970/71 Arsenal F C “Double Winners” signed replica short sleeved shirt – signed to the front by 10x of the winning season players to incl Pat Rice, Charlie George, Bob Wilson, John Radford, George Graham, Frank McLintock and Eddie Kay and Peter Simpson. £200-250 667. Scarce 2000 England “The End Of An Era” Wembley The Final Matches” signed shirt: signed to the front by 8x ‟66 WC team incl Alan Ball, plus Nat Lofthouse, Alex Murphy ( G.B. Rugby League Int.), Henry Cooper and Kenneth Wolstenholme. (G) £250-300 668. 1977 Liverpool F.C. European Cup Winners signed replica shirt: signed to the front by 7 leading Liverpool players of their day to incl Kenny Dalglish, Steven Gerrard, Tommy Smith, Ian Rush, Ian Callaghan, Robbie Fowler and Kevin Keegan £150-200 669. Scarce signed “Newton Heath” (Manchester United) Toffs replica shirt: the yellow and green , lace up long sleeve shirt is signed to the front by 24 Manchester Utd players to incl Arthur Albiston, Alex Stepney, Bill Foulkes, Pat Crerand, Willie Morgan. Ronnie Cope, Albert Scanlon, Nobby Stiles, Norman Whiteside, Francis Burns, John Fitzpatrick, Mickey Thomas, Schmeichel et al £350-400 670. 2008/9 Manchester Utd signed replica shirt: “Tevez” No 32 red shirt signed by 11 player‟s incl Tevez (front and back), Wayne Rooney, Rio, Giggs, Ronaldo, Ferguson, Solskjaer, Scholes, John O‟Shea, Darren Fletcher and Wes Brown. £300-350 671*.Manchester City signed football replica squad shirt: signed in felt tip pen to the front by 12 players to incl Howard Kendall, Peter Reid, Hinchcliffe, Steve Redmond, et al £75-100 672*. 2005 Liverpool F.C. European Champions signed display: comprising the” History of 49 Finals” brochure signed to the cover by 13x former Liverpool European Champions to incl Clemence, Grobelaar, Neal, Dalglish, Rush, Lawrenson, Jones, Tommy Smith and Sammy Lee – plus 2005 programme cover and Team Sheet signed by Steven Gerrard, and 14x Liverpool squad to incl Dudek, Finnan, Carragher, Garcia, Alonso, Smicer, et al - in all 28 autographs mf&g overall 17 x 31.25” £375-450 673. George Best signed book: Rare George Best signed ltd ed. book titled “Blessed- The Autobiography” no 161/ 1000 c/w postcards. In original presentation box and unopened slip case – rare to find an unopened full set including Postcards. Illus £500-550 674*. George Best & Pele signed display: comprising 2x colour photographs each signed (G) – mf&g overall 12.75” x 17.75”. £100-150 675. Pele signed book: titled “Pele – The Autobiography” 1st GB ed. 2006 c/w d/j and signed to the front title end plate “Pele” – appears unread. (VG) £75-100

676*. Pele signed 1966 Brazil W.C. official track suit top: Gold & green, long sleeve zip up front c/w embroidered No 10 and Brazil to the front and signed Pele just below the No 10 – together with a further 5x team signatures on the back. Illus £500-550 677. Rare 1966 Norway v England signed football programme (A): the first warm up match in preparation for the 1966 World Cup Finals dated 29th June 1966 – signed to the team line up on the double centre page by 19 England squad team players incl Bobby Moore, Alan Ball, Geoff Hurst, Martin Peters, Bobby & Jack Charlton, Nobby Stiles, Gordon Banks, Ray Wilson, Jimmy Greaves, Peter Bonnetti, Jimmy Armfield et al – vertical crease fold otherwise (G) Rare Illus. £8001000 678. 2002 World Cup Final football programme: for the final Germany v Brazil played in Yokohama 30 th June 2002 – printed in Japanese and usual Japanese back to front format. (VG) £30-50 679. David Beckham signed football book: titled “Beckham My World” signed ltd ed. no 773/1500 c/w in original plastic case and delivery card board box plus 2x facsimile colour signed photographs – appears unread hence (VG). £100-150 680*. 1999 Manchester Utd Treble Winners signed display case: comprising a Champions League pennant signed by 14 players together with a Manchester Utd medallion embossed “Treble Winners 1998- 1999 season” c/w each of the trophies to the centre plus a brass plaque inscribed “Manchester Utd Champion League Winners 1999” – in black mount and silver frame – overall 30 x 22” – (VG) £200-250 681. Plymouth Argyle Football Programmes 1952-1964: all homes v Blackburn, Luton, 1952/53; Doncaster, Oldham, Stoke 1953/54; Doncaster, Luton 1954/55. In all 23 x 1950s, 27x 1960-64 (50) £50-70 682. Collection of Football Programmes 1949/50 – 1954/55: incl Arsenal v Huddersfield 1949/50, Reading v Port Vale, Swindon 1949/50, QPR v Luton 1951/52, Crystal Palace 1952/53, Aston Villa v Blackpool 1950/51, Southend v Torquay 1952/53, PNE v Cardiff 1952/53 – mainly (G) (35) £100-120 683. Collection of Football Programmes 1955/56 – 1957/58: incl Wolves v Aston Villa, Newcastle 1955/56, Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur 1956/57, Sunderland v Birmingham FA Cup S/F 1955/56, Accrington Stanley v Scunthorpe 1957/58 – mainly (F/G) (50*) £90-110 684. Collection of 1950s football programmes: incl England v Wales 1958 at Villa Park, Manchester United v Spurs 1958/59, Leeds aways at West Bromwich Albion 1959/60, Blackburn 1958/59, Chelsea 1958/59, Port Vale, Millwall 1957/58, Portsmouth v Newcastle 1958/59, Sunderland v Fulham 1958/59 – mainly (F/G) (80*) £80-100 685. Collection of 1950s Football programme: incl Barrow v Tranmere Christmas Day 1957, Southend v Coventry Southern Pro Cup 1959. All clubs and divisions covered (F/G) (110*) £100-120 686. Good Box of 1960s football programmes: covers all clubs and divisions, with plenty of quality. Worth an inspection (G) (200*) £70-80 687. 1950s FA Cup football programme collection: to incl Fulham v Charlton 1959/50, Wolves v Charlton 1954/55, Everton v Notts County 1953/54, Sunderland v Everton 1957/58, Portsmouth v Accrington Stanley 1958/59 (F/G) (40) £7090 688. Football programmes 1970s onwards: with a good content of Manchester and West Ham covering Friendlies, Testimonials, Tour Matches – but covers several clubs (G/VG) £25-35 689. Football programmes covering British Clubs in Europe: all competitions, good selection – worth a look (VG) (54) £25-30 690. Tottenham Hotspur Football programmes 1949/50 – 1960/61: all homes, with punch holes and other faults. 11 from 1951/52 and 8 from 1953/54, some ok otherwise (A/F). (33) £20-30 691. Boys and Youth football programmes 1940s onwards: very nice selection – West Riding v Sheffield 1948/49, Yorkshire v London 1949/50, Sheffield v Derby 1952/53, 1950/51, 1947/48, English School Final 1965 with Peter Shilton in goal for Leicester v Swansea. (38) £40-60 692. Large collection of late 1950s early-mid 1960s football programmes: all in small format to incl Barnsley 1938, Hartlepools 12, Leyton Orient 14, Northampton 43, Oldham 14, Plymouth Argyle 13, Reading 60, Southend 14, Swindon 18, Rochdale 14, and Walsall 21 (261*) £60-80 693. Liverpool football programmes 1957/58 – 1961/62: all homes most have faults, some minor, 2 with punch holes, several with score on front, incl Middlesbrough 1957/58, Ipswich 1960/61, Chelsea FAC 1961/62, Leeds 1961/62; plus Football League v Irish FL 1958 (F/G) (31) £30-40 694. Sheffield United football programmes 1929 & 1945: to incl Reserves v Huddersfield Reserves ex bound volume – Central League 13th April 1929 with handwritten team changes and results (a/f, plus Sheffield United Reserves v Chesterfield Reserves 20th October 1945 (G) (2) £40-50 695. 1934 Pre War Chelsea v Sheffield United football programme: 20th January 1934 (G) – has been re-stapled. £30-40 696. 1943 Tottenham v Chelsea football programme: War League South 30th October 1943 (G) – single sheet. £40-50 697. 1943 Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea football programme: War League South Cup - 6th March 1943 – tiny repair to tear (G). £35-45 698. 1933 Tottenham v Plymouth Argyle football programme: Div. 2 14th April 1933 (G) £40-50 699. 1939 Portsmouth v Aldershot Football Combination football programme: 5th April 1939 –partial split to spine and minor nicks to the corner of the top right hand back page otherwise (G). £30-35

700. 1932 Sheffield Wednesday Reserves v Huddersfield Town football programme: Central League 22nd October 1932 (VG) £25-30 701. Swindon Town War Time 1945/46 Season football programmes: to incl v Reading Southern Section Cup 26th January 1946, v Select XI (Alan Fowler Benefit Fund) 2 nd May 1946, and v Trowbridge (Wilts Professional Shield) 11th May 1946 – all (VG) (3) £70-90 702. 1940s football programme selection: to incl Everton v Burnley 1945/46, Derby v Aston Villa 1947/48, Aston Villa v Portsmouth 1948/49, Everton v Aston Villa 1948/49, Newcastle v Huddersfield Reserves 1948/49 (VG) (5) £60-70 703. 1950 Lincoln City v New Brighton football programme: from New Brighton‟s penultimate season in the Football League, played 11th March 1950 Division 3 North, (G) £30-40 704. 1949/50 & 1954/55 FA Cup and Championship football programmes: to incl Stoke City v Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup 1949/50, Southampton v Tottenham 1949/50 (Spurs Division 2 Championship season), York City v Tottenham FA Cup 1954/55 (G/VG) (3) £50-70 705. Selection of quality 1940s early 50s football programmes: to incl Everton v Bury FL North 1945/46, Aston Villa v Stoke City 1949/50, Huddersfield Town v Blackpool 1949/50, Derby County v Sheffield Wednesday 1950/51, Sheffield United Reserves v Sheffield Wednesday 1948/49, v Chesterfield Reserves 1942/53, Southend v Watford 1950/51, Middlesbrough v Newcastle Christmas Day 1953, Huddersfield Town Reserves v Sheffield United 1949/50 (G) (9) £80-90 706. World Cup 1958 football Tournament Brochure: surely the only time you will ever see all 4 “Home Nations” in the World Cup Finals. Generally good condition, small tear and slight water and dust stained cover, large scarce issue. £200300 707. World Cup Football Master Files FDC editions: contained in 4 publishers files to incl 1 World Cup History 1930 onwards, 1 Mexico 1970 fully complete with all stamps, mini sheets and commemorative covers intact, 1 Mexico 1986 with individual match card for every game, 1 joint for 1994-98 World Cups (VG) (4) £60-80 708. Large Box of 1960s football programmes: all teams and divisions covered, great EBay lot, must be viewed (VG)(500*) £120-150 709. Ipswich 1970s onwards football programme collection: to incl (H) & (A), League Cups, Friendly, European – some with match reports inside couple of handbooks (G/VG) (approx 400) £40-50 710. Ipswich Town 1960s/70s football programmes: all homes complete and near sets of 1963/64 – 1973/74 – very nice collection (G) £60-80 711. Ipswich Town football programmes from 2 Championship seasons: to incl 1960/61 and 1961/62, plus 1962/63 – 14 from 1960/61 including their first league cup match v Barnsley, 22 from Division 1 Champions season including high value, Arsenal, Everton, Manchester United and Tottenham, 15 from 1962/63 including first ever European home v Floriana signed to rear by Kenneth Wolstenholme, comes with the 1960/61 handbook (52) £100-120 712. Ipswich Town 1950s football programmes and handbooks: all homes plus handbooks for 1956/57, 1957/58, 1958/59, 1959/60 (some wear on spines), League, FA Cup and Arsenal friendly (G) (60) £120-130 713. Large box of football programmes1960s – 2000s: to incl Internationals, League Cup, Play-offs, Friendly, Testimonial and FA Cup, Manchester Utd, Tottenham, Arsenal and many more clubs – worth an inspection (VG) (250) £25-30 714. Wolves 1956–‟78 football programme collection: mainly all homes 1956-„78 complete and near complete sets, 1970/71, 1971/72, 1972/73 are in club‟s gold and black programme holders (VG) (214) £60-80 715. Cardiff City football programmes 1972s-1990s: all homes, to incl all competitions many near complete seasons (G) (300 approx) £30-35 716. Fantastic collection of small newspaper foot ball annuals: to incl News of the World 1961/62 – 2006/07, 36 volumes Midlands Own by Sports Argus 1956/57 – 1967/68 12 volumes, Empire News 1956/57 – 1960/61, plus News Chronicle and others, must be inspected (G/VG) (72) £120-150 717. Newcastle United 1970s football programmes : to incl (H) & (A) – homes are complete sets in black Newcastle slip cases 10, plus a further 1 (1995/96) (G/VG) (210 approx) £50-70 718. Extensive Newcastle United football programmes: to incl 1970s onwards away collection over to Friendlies, Texaco, Testimonials, 300 League and 50 plus Cups, a few hidden gems? (400*) £50-70 719. World Cup football First Day and Commemorative Covers: incl World Cup 1966, later World Cups, full set of venue covers for France 1998 etc.(VG) (44) £30-40 720. Nice collection of amateur/non league 1940s football programmes: to incl Bromley v Leyton 1946/47, Romford v Walthamstow Avenue, Dulwich Hamlet v Leytonstone 1946/47, Southall v Woolwich Polytechnic 1947/48, plus 19 others (G) (23) £50-60 721. Tottenham Hotspur Reserve football programmes 1960s/70s: to incl single sheet and 4 pagers mainly football combination but some cups (50) £60-80 722. Reserve football programmes: to incl single sheet friendlies, 6 x 1950s, mainly 1970s/80s, good selection worth viewing (G) (72) £50-60 723. Coventry City football programmes c.1960s: some near complete seasons, all competitions (F/G) (155) £30-40 724. Leyton Orient 1959/60 – 1968 football programme collection: to incl (H) & (A) v Tottenham, W.H.U, A.D.O.

Hague plus others from 1962/63 their only season in top flight, also v Arsenal FA Cup 1951/52. Mainly (F/G) (94) £30-40 725. Grimsby Town football programme Collection: all homes to incl 1949/60 – 1967/68 from Divisions 2 and 3 (G) (100) £40-50 726. Oxford United football programmes 1960s: all homes 1962/63 from to 1968/69 (77), incl the first season in the League and going up to Div 2; plus 10 aways from the same period (F/G) (87) £30-40 727. Blackburn Rovers football programmes: all aways to incl 1965/66 – 1969/70 virtually complete seasons (F/G) (100*) £40-60 728. Southport football programme selection: (H) & (A) to incl 1957/58 to their penultimate season in the Football League 1976/77. Well worth a look, mainly (F/G) (230*) £60-80 729. Halifax Town football programme collection: (H) & (A) to incl 1959/60 – 1970s, 35 homes v Swindon 1959/60, Newport County, Colchester 1960/61, 51 aways vTranmere 1959/60, Port Vale, Northampton, Bournemouth 1961/62 (F/G) (106) £40-60 730. Workington football programme collection: (H) & (A) to incl 1960/61 – 1970s, 32 home, League and League Cup, 74 aways all competitions (F/G) (106) £40-60 731. Bradford Park Avenue football programme collection: (H) & (A) to incl 1958 – 1970/71, homes include Chester, Peterborough, Workington, Wrexham and Swansea from their last season in the Football League, aways are nearly all early – mid 1960s (F/G) (55) £40-60 731a. Manchester Utd signed replica football shirt: red No 18 “Kuyt” players shirt signed by Kuyt on the No 1 of 18 £75-80 732. Manchester Utd signed replica football shirt: red No 9 “Berbatov” player‟s shirt signed by Berbatov on the No 9 £75-80 733. 2007 Arsenal F.C. signed replica football shirt: signed in felt tip pen to the front by Thierry Henri. £125-150 734. 2x Manchester Utd signed player‟s football boots: to incl. Nike boot signed by Darren Fletcher and an Adidas boot signed by Nani – look worn. £80-100 735. 2x Manchester Utd signed player‟s football boots: to incl. Nike boot signed by Welbeck and a Reebok boot signed by Scholes – both unworn. £125-130 736. No lot. 737. 1910 Barnsley F.C. football team postcard – original football team b/w photograph of the 1910 F. A. Cup finalists – photograph by Randall Barnsley – unused (G) £35-50 738. 1904/5 Blackburn Rovers football team postcard – original colour team photograph postcard – publ‟d by Neville Blackburn -unused – (G). £35-50 739. 1923 Bolton Wanderers FA Cup Final football team postcard – original b/w team photograph of the Winners of the 1923 Cup Final – unused. £40-50 740. 1910/11 Bradford City FA English Cup winner‟s team postcard – original colour team photograph c/w Cup – publ‟d by Scott Bradford - minor creases and slight bruising to corners – otherwise very clean. £40-50 741. 1911/12 Bradford City football team postcard – original colour team photograph – addressed to AA Steele NY USA – text reads City lost today at Manchester 4-3 and Wally Smith transferred to Leicester Fosse – no date – otherwise (G). £ 35-50 742. Burnley AFC football team postcard c1912 – original team photograph incl most of the players from the 1914 FA Cup winning side – unused – slight crease – otherwise unused (G) £35-50 743. 1906/7 Everton FA Cup Winners football team postcard – featuring all the players from the FA Cup winning team in 1906 and runners up in 1907 – c/w view of Crystal Palace ground – small hand written text otherwise (G) £40-50 744. 1904/5 Lincoln City football team photograph – original b/w team photograph Div 2 side – unused – slight bruising to corners – (G) £35-40 745. 1927/8 Millwall FC Third Div Champions Football team postcard – original b/w team photograph – corners creases and some thumb stains – hence (F) £35-40 746. 1908/09 Manchester City football team postcard – an original b/w team photograph – note the team was relegated in the same season but bounced back in 1909/10 winning the Div 2 Championship – unused hence (G) £40-50 747. 1925/26 “Cobblers” ( Northampton) football team photograph - original b/w Div 3 (S) league team photograph by Greenway Northampton – unused hence (G). £35-40 748. 1931/32 Portsmouth football team postcard – original b/w team photograph - original Div 1 team photograph tiny crease to one corner – otherwise (G) – unused £40-50 749. 1921/22 Plymouth Argyle football team postcard– original b/w postcard head shoulders vignette of the players by Royal Studios Plymouth - note just pipped to promotion to Div2 by Southampton on goal difference- some dust stains otherwise (F/G) £35-40 750. 1911 Shelbourne F.C. Irish Cup Winners football team postcard – original team photograph from “The Health & Strength” series – unused – hence (G). £40-50 751. 1906/07 Stoke Football team postcard – original colour team photograph – note the Capt Thomas Holford first played for Stoke in 1898 until transferred to Manchester City in 1908 unused – hence (G) £40-50

752. 1922/23 West Ham football team postcard – an original b/w team photograph of the Runners Up in 1923 F.A. Cup Final played at Wembley for the first time – unused hence (G) £40-50 753. 1923/24 Wolverhampton Wanderers football team postcard – original b/w Div 3N league Champions team photograph copyright Paulton Wolverhampton – unused hence (G) £40-50 754. Liverpool Football Club League colours c1920 – original BDV coloured silk issued by Godfrey Phillips – overall 6 x 4” (G) £15-20 755. Everton Football Club League colours c1920 – original BDV coloured silk issued by Godfrey Phillips – overall 6 x 4” (G) £15-20 The Bert Millichip Collection 756. 1994 FIFA World Cup USA football championship – a bronze football playing figure mounted on a revolving circular marble base with brass plaque inscribed “Sir Bert Millichip – In Appreciation – World Cup USA – 1994” –overall 6”h – with makers label to base “ Sculptures by Georgina Beverley Hills”. £150-200 757. 1987 FIFA gilt medal - presented to Sir Bert Millichip commemorating the match Argentina v Italy Zurich 10 th June 1987 – the obverse with FIFA twin globes logo and inscribed FIFA below and on the reverse “Argentina-Italia Zurich 10.6.1987” – stamped Huguenin to the border c/w makers fitted case. £150-250 758. 1988 FIFA Congress medal - presented to Sir Bert Millichip at the 46th Congress meeting at Zurich in 1988 – in white metal , c/w FIFA logos to the obverse and on the reverse “46 th FIFA Congress Zurich 1988” - stamped Huguenin to the border c/w makers fitted case. £150-200 759. 1990(World Cup) FIFA Congress medal - presented to Sir Bert Millichip at the 47th Congress meeting at Rome in 1990 – in gilt , c/w FIFA logos to the obverse and on the reverse “47 th FIFA Congress Rome1990” stamped Huguenin to the border c/w makers fitted case.. £180-200 Note 1990 FIFA World Cup Finals were held in Rome. 760. 1992 FIFA Bi - Annual Congress medal - presented to Sir Bert Millichip at the 48th Congress meeting at Zurich in 1992 – in gilt , c/w FIFA logos to the obverse and on the reverse “48 th FIFA Congress Zurich 1992” stamped Huguenin to the border c/w makers fitted case.. £150-200 761. 1994 (World Cup) FIFA Bi - Annual Congress medal - presented to Sir Bert Millichip at the 49th Congress meeting at Chicago in 1994 – in gilt , c/w FIFA logos to the obverse and on the reverse “49th FIFA Congress Chicago 1994” stamped Huguenin to the border c/w makers fitted case. £150-200 Note 1994 FIFA World Cup Finals were held in USA 762. 1996 FIFA 50th Anniversary Bi - Annual Congress medal - presented to Sir Bert Millichip at the 50th Congress meeting at Zurich in 1996 – in gilt , c/w FIFA logos to the obverse and on the reverse “50 th FIFA Congress Zurich 1996” stamped Huguenin to the border c/w makers fitted case. £150-200 763. 1998 FIFA World Cup Finals medal – presented to Bert Millichip At The Draw for the Finals at Marseilles 4 th December 1997 – stamped with Bertoni of Milan makers stamp mark to the boarder – in silver and gilt – the obverse stamped FIFA World Cup c/w Jules Rimet gilt trophy to the centre and on the reverse “Draw – Marseilles 4.12.97” and the France 1998 World Cup Motif to the centre – in makers original case. Illus £300-400 764. 1990 World Cup football group finals silver medal – presented to Sir Bert Millichip on the 9th June 1990 the obverse stamped Citta di Cagliari ( England‟s Group Match Venue) c/w the City‟s Crest anbd on the obverse the date – in makers case. £50-75 765. UEFA Commemorative medal and gift : to incl UEFA Congress medal presented to Sir Bert Millichip at the 20 th Congress meeting at Malta in 1990 – the obverse stamped Malta Football Association and on the reverse “XX U.E.F.A Congress 19-iv-90 Malta” in presentation case plus 1998 UEFA executive committee award presented by The French Football Federation in Paris on 9th & 10th July 1998 (2) £50-75 766. World Cup 1994 award: Concacaf Federation of North America, Central America & Caribbean engraved glass award presented to Sir Bert Millichip in 1991 – celebrating Three World Cups in 25years, plus South America 75th Anniversary Presentation Medal in fitted case and a UEFA / CAF Meridan Cup miniature trophy for the tournament held from 26th January – 9th February 1997 (3) £50-75 767. Champions League and World Cup wrist watches: to incl 2x Champions League presentation watches for the 1995/96 & 1996/97 and 2002 World Cup wrist watch all in original boxes. (3) £60-90 768. Collection of various FA anniversary presentation medals and other FIFA badges: to incl Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire, British Army Centenaries plus 3x Official FA and FIFA Embroidered badges for 1986 World Cup, and for The FIFA & Football Association Councils. (8) £80-100 769. UEFA Cup 1985/86 football presentation brass and enamel match scroll – presented by Sporting Clube De Portugal to Sir Bert Millichip (Official Delegate of UEFA) for the match between F.C. Koln (West Germany) and Sporting Club De Portugal played at Koln on the 18th March 1986 – c/w original presentation case. – overall 8.5 x 7.5” £100-120 770 Qatar Football Association: presentation full size football with gilt and white metal panels c/w Qatar Football Association Crest to the front – mounted on white marble base stamped J. Balme Saumur France c/w original double

fronted hinged case. Overall 10x 10 x 10.5”£100-120 771. 2xscarce 1956 England (F.A.) Tour to South Africa football programmes: v Eastern Province at Port Elizabeth 26th May, and v Southern Rhodesia at Bulawayo 17th June (VG) £50-60 772. 3x scarce 1950s Preston North End tour to South African football programmes: v S.A. XI 7th June ‟58 in Durban (some wear on cover), v Servette 3rd September 1952, and championship winning souvenir booklet 1950/51 (F/G). £40-50 773. Collection 1960s Programmes most clubs and divisions covered. Good early 1960s content (G) (155) £50-60 774. Blackburn Rovers football programmes 1958 – 1974 (H): to incl all competitions, many near complete seasons including some of the more scarce issues (G) (222*) £50-60 775. 1960s football programmes: many early „60s, some Northampton 1965, Leeds aways et al , most clubs covered incl some Scottish sides (G) (160) £50-60 776. Amateur and Non League football programmes: over 40 in FA Cup and FA Amateur Cup, plus 60 others from 1950s/60s, good Wimbledon content, Leyton v Ilford FA Cup 1954, Tilbury v Ilford FA Cup 1957, Corinthian Casuals v Wimbledon, Surrey Senior Cup 1953/54. Worth viewing (F/G) (100) £60-70 777. Collection 1950s English & Scottish football programmes: notably Huddersfield v Wolves 1953/54, Burnley v Aston Villa, Blackpool, Luton 1956/57, Dundee v Hearts 1954/55, Chelsea v PNE (4 pages) 1955/56, York City v Accrington Stanley 1959/60, Aston Villa v Chelsea 1956/57, Sheffield Wednesday v Chelsea 1956/57, Portsmouth v Cardiff 1955/56, Manchester City v Tottenham 1955/56, 1956/57 (F/G) (100) £150-200 778. Amateur football programmes: incl FA Amateur Cup Finals 1952, 1954, 1957, Walthamstow Avenue v Tilbury Essex Senior Cup S/F 1946/47, Tooting and Mitcham v Surrey 1946/47, Minehead v Barnstaple Town 1948/49, Ilford v Woking 1947/48, Lancaster City v Morecombe Lancs Comb Cup S/F 1940/50s? (F/G) (16) £50-60 779. Manchester United Reserve football programmes: 1960 to the early 1970s, nearly all have tokens removed. (27) £25-30 780. Arsenal football programmes 1950/60s (A): collection 1950s/60s: notably Aston Villa 1954, Portsmouth 1955/56, Manchester City 1957/58, 1958/59, and Notts. Forest 1957/58, Liverpool 1964 (G) (4….?) £40-60 781. Box of large format programmes and club newspapers: to incl Irish International 1990s, Soccer Stars magazines from 1950s onwards, Club newspapers for Derby, Shrewsbury Town, Coventry etc, FA Cup LPs, etc – worth a look. (80#) £30-40 782. Football Cigarette Cards: R & J Hill Ltd “Famous Footballers Series” issued 1912 set of 20/20, to inc G Wall (Man Utd), P Sands (Woolwich Arsenal), D Shea (West Ham Utd) & Steer (Chelsea), Woodward (Chelsea), J Pennington (West Broom), et al (G/VG) £350-400 783. Football Cigarette Cards: F & J Smith‟s “Football Club Records – Season 1921-2” issued in 1922, set of 50/50 (part stamp hinge label to the rear) otherwise (G). £700-800 784. Football Cigarette Cards: Rare set F & J Smith “Smith‟s Cup Tie” issued in 1906, set of 116/120, brown back mixed condition from poor to good, to incl both English and Scottish players. £3500-4000 785. Football Cigarette Cards: Godfrey Phillips B D V Package issue “Footballers” issued 1932, set of 102/136, plain backs evenly cut (G). £400-500 786. Football Cigarette Cards: Ogden‟s Tabs “Our Leading Footballers” issued 1901, set of 17/17 (G/VG) £100-120 787. Football Trade Cards: H J Packer & Co Ltd “Footballers” issued 1924, 2x Everton players‟ colour head and shoulder portraits – B C Freeman and J Sharpe (F/G). £40-60 788. Football Trade Cards: H J Packer & Co Ltd “Footballers” issued 1924, 4x Chelsea players‟ colour head and shoulder portraits – V J Woodward, S Downing, G Haledon, B Warren (F/G). £80-100 789. Football Trade Cards: H J Packer & Co Ltd “Footballers” issued 1924, 2x Bristol City players‟ colour head and shoulder portraits – J Cattle and W Wedlock (G). £40-60 790. Football Trade Cards: H J Packer & Co Ltd “Footballers” issued 1924, 3x Newcastle Utd colour head and shoulder portraits – A Shepherd, C Vetch and W McCracken (F/G). £60-80 791. Football Trade Cards: H J Packer & Co Ltd “Footballers” Issued 1924, 9x various teams to incl A Common (Middlesboro), J Pennington (West Broom), S Hardy (Liverpool), J Cantrell (Notts. Co), A Cartridge (Aston Villa), T W Boyle (Barnsley), R Crompton (Blackburn Rovers), W H O Steer (QPR), and J Sharpe (Fulham) (P/G) £180-200 792. Football Trade Cards: Peoples Journal “Famous Players Gallery” issued 1914/15, perforated coloured paper portraits mounted on board, set of 17/18 – all Scottish players bar one – J Galt Everton Football Club (F/G) scarce £180-200 793. Football Cigarette Cards: Jones Brothers Tottenham “Spurs Footballers” issued 1911, set of 11/13, players incl Bentley, Collins, Curtis et al (G). £110-130 794. Football Cigarette Cards: Jones Brothers Tottenham “Spurs Footballers” issued 1912, set of 4/6, players incl Clark, Forman, Rance, and Young (G) £40-60 795. Football Trade Card: G F Lovell & Co (Confectionary) “Football Series” issued 1910 – odd/36 – C Roberts No 12 (Man Utd & England) (slight stain on the back) otherwise (VG). £35-50 796. Football Trade Card: G F Lovell & Co (Confectionary) “Football Series” issued 1910 – odd/36 – Ronald Orr No 9 (Liverpool) (slight discolour to the back) otherwise (F/G). £30-40

797. Football Trade Card: G F Lovell & Co (Confectionary) “Football Series” issued 1910 – odd/36 – I Thornley No 36 (Manchester City) £30-40 798. Football Trade Card: G F Lovell & Co (Confectionary) “Football Series” issued 1910 – 4x to include J A Skingsley and B Green (Preston North End), W Wedlock (Bristol City), and R Crompton (Blackburn Rovers) £70-80 799. Football Cigarette Cards: J Lees Northampton “Northampton Town Football Club” issued 1912, set of 6/21 (G) £250-280 800. Football Trade Cards: Nelson Lee Library “Periodical” “Footballers” issued 1922, complete set 15/15 doubles –30x real photographs, to incl English, Scottish and Welsh players (G/VG) £40-60 801. Football Trade Cards: D C Thompson & Co Ltd “Adventure & Vanguard Football Photos” issued 1925, set of 39/40 – to incl English, Welsh and Scottish players (F/G) £100-150 802. Football Trade Cards: Pals (Periodical) “New Football Series” issued 1922 and 1924, set of 27 football team photographs c/w legends, to incl English League football team, Welsh Intl football team, Scottish Intl football team, as well as other leading English and Scottish League teams, plus Wigan Northern Union, and Oldham Northern Union Rugby League sides (note 2 clipped to the top edge of the photographs otherwise (F/G) £75-80 803. Football Trade Cards: Boys Magazine (Periodical) “Famous Footballers Series” issued 1929, set of 12/12, real photographs (G/VG) £40-60 804. Football Trade Cards: Boys Magazine (Periodical) “Football Teams” issued 1929 (colour), set of 9/9, teams incl Chelsea, Aston Villa, Glasgow Rangers, Everton, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspurs, West Ham, Huddersfield, and Plymouth Argyle (G) £80-100 805. Football Trade Cards: Boys Friend Picture Gallery (Periodical) “Famous Footballers Series” issued 1911, set of 3/3 to incl J E Windridge (Chelsea), Spiers (Bradford City), and Colin Veitch (Newcastle Utd) (G) £30-45 806. Football Trade Cards: Chix Confectionery Co Ltd “Famous Footballers Series No 1” issued 1953, set of 48/48 – issued in 2 different parts 1-24 (all coloured illustrated drawings) and 25-48 (all coloured photographs) (G/VG) £150-175 807. Football Trade Cards: Chix Confectionery Co Ltd “Famous Footballers Series No 2” issued 1956, set of 48/48 (G/VG) £175-200 808. Football Trade Cards: Chix Confectionery Co Ltd “Famous Footballers Series No 3” issued 1958, set of 48/48 (G/VG) £200-225 809. Football Trade Cards: Sporting Mirror Publications Ltd Letter Cards titled “Twelve Famous Soccer Stars” issued 1948 incl Series No 3, No 4, No 11 and No 14, comprising fold out head and shoulder portraits (G) in original envelopes (4) £40-60 810. Football Trade Cards: Sporting Mirror Publications Ltd Letter Cards titled “Six Famous Football Stars – In Action” issued 1948 incl Series No 5, No 6, No 9, No 10 and No 13, comprising fold out action photographs (some loose) in original envelopes (5) £50-70 811. Set of 5 The Triumph Football League Team Photograph Albums: Issued with The Triumph Periodical over a five week period to incl 1st Division, 2nd Division and 3rd Division Southern Section and 3rd Division Northern Section, plus the Scottish League teams – each with original pictorial colour wrappers of football match scenes to the front and rear covers – overall (G) £100-120 812. Barrow football programmes 1950s-80s: (H) & (A) to incl 1987/89 – 1970/71 in all competitions, 64 homes 1959/60 onwards, and 44 aways 1958/59 onwards (VG) (108*) £50-60 813. Large Aldershot football programme collection: all homes to incl 1958/59 onwards including 16 from their last season 1991/92 in League (1st time), almost complete seasons through the 1960s, some staple rust (G) (216*) £50-60 814. Newport County 1950s/60s football programme collection: all homes to incl 1959/60 – 1965, 12x 1959/60, 20x 1960/61, 14x 1962/63, plus 18 others all good condition (64) £60-70 815. Newport County football programmes collection: all aways, to incl 1970/51 – 1969/70 v Reading 1950/51, 1955/56, v Exeter 1956/57, v Southampton 1957/58, v Colchester 1958/59, 1979/60, v Norwich 1959/60, plus 47 from the 1960s – worth a look (G) (54) £50-70 816. Birmingham City 1950s football programmes: all homes to incl 1954/55 (15), 1955/56 (15), 5 have a number or team name on front, one has a stain, the rest are in excellent condition (VG) (30) £80-100 817. Football programmes to incl European Cup, Champions League, UEFA Cup, Fairs Cup Winners Cup: – fantastic collection 95% European v British 1960 onwards, must be viewed, many high value programmes included (G/VG) (216*) £100-150 818. Norwich City football programme collection: all homes, to incl 1957/58 – 1971/72 incl v Peterborough (friendly) 1960/61, York City FAC 1960/61, Div 3 South 1950s, FA Cup and League Cup (VG) (218*) £50-70 819. Manchester United football programmes: all aways, 1960s onwards, to incl League FA Cup, Friendly, League Cup and minor games, good selection (G/VG) (218*) £50-60 820. FA Cup tie football programmes: 1960s onwards, vast majority are 1960s League v Non League, many scarce ties, replays, some pirates, good selection (G/VG) (156) £50-60 821. Manchester United football programmes: all homes and incl European Cup, Champions League, Fairs Cup, Cup Winners‟ Cup, great collection 1956/57 onwards starts with Athletico Bilbao 1956/57, Everton, Racing Strasbourg and

Ferencvaros ICFC, 1964/56 all with tokens, 5 early tokens removed, all later editions VG £50-60 822. Manchester United football programmes: all away to incl European friendlies, minor cups, testimonials, noted Ajax 1976/77, Stromsgodet 1977/78, Start 1992/93, Aalborg 1979/80, Barrow Lancs Senior Cup 1968, FC Pforzheim 1979/80 (VG) (27) £35-40 823. Collection of football programmes from the 1960s onwards: to incl F.A. Cup Finals, Semi-Finals, Internationals, L.C. Semi-Finals, Friendlies – with good Tottenham content, minor cups & play offs (G) (306*) £40-60 824. Liverpool football programmes European homes: to incl 1964/5 to 1979 FC Roln (1st season in Europe). Honed „65/66, Ajax, Ploesti „66/67, Malmo, Ferencvaros „67/68 (F/G) (33*) £70-80 825. Liverpool football programmes specials and testimonials: home matches, „Into Europe‟ „64/65 Testimonial programmes for Shankly, Yeats, St John, Hunt, Smith, Hughes, Dalglish, Clemence, Thompson et al. £20-25 (13) 826. Liverpool European football programmes (H) & (A): to incl 15 aways incl Hibs ‟75, Az Alkmaar ‟81, Panathinakos, Dundalk ‟82, Spartak Moscow ‟92, Racing, Strasbourg ‟97 and 17 home from the same period (G) (32) £4050 826a. Liverpool Football programmes 1980s/90: mostly domestic home games incl Div.1, FA Carling, Barclay premiership, Centenary 1992, League Cup and FA Cup ties et al plus a small selection of (A) from 1969 onwards. (G/VG) (200 plus*) £30-40 827. „The Match‟ weekly football programme: produced for live televised Sunday games 1989/90 aimed at armchair spectators. Quite a unique set of football programmes - mint (22) £15-20 828. FA Cup football programmes 1960s onwards: to incl non-league v league (300*) plus non-league v non-league (100*) could be the best lot in the whole auction, must be viewed (400*)(VG) £60-80 829. 1960s early League Cup football programmes: to incl Bradford City v Doncaster „62/3, Shrewsbury v Wrexham „66/7, Huddersfield v W.H.U. „67/8, Mansfield v Cardiff „61/2 (G) (28) £20-25 830. Chesterfield 1954-1967 football programme collection: (H) & (A) homes to incl York „54/5, Chester, Derby, Bradford City „55/56. Aways incl Tranmere Rovers „75/8,‟58/9,‟60/1,‟61/2, Hull „57/8 Rochdale „57/8,‟58/(f/vg) (33) £4060 831. Large collection 1940s/50s football programmes: incl Portsmouth v Charlton „45/6, Wales v Scotland „50/51, York v Barnsley „54/5, Blackburn v Stoke „54/5, Cardiff v PNE„53/4, Portsmouth v Chelsea „53/4, Man Utd v Sheff. Wed „56/7, Arsenal v Spurs „53/4. with faults but worth a look (A/F)(58) £30-50 832. Interesting collection football programmes from 1940s/50s: to incl Brentford v Portsmouth „45/6, Tottenham Reserves v Southampton „48/9, Grimsby v Bath City FAC „52/3, Hull v Gateshead „52/3, Notts. County v Portsmouth „51/52, Sheffield Utd Reserves v Newcastle „51/52 v Huddersfield „52/3, Bradford Park Avenue v Chester „54/5 P.N.E v Newcastle „52/3 (F/G) (20) £90-110 833. Torquay United 1950s/60s football programme collection: all homes to incl v Colchester „54/5, Coventry, Norwich, Birmingham FAC „55/56 v Grimsby Town 7/1/61 postponed (G) (26) £30-40 834. Southend United 1950s football programme collection: all homes to incl 6x „54/5 – Southampton, Reading, Millwall 18x „55/6 – Q.P.R. FA Cup, Ipswich, Newport County, Manchester City FAC 4x „56/7 Birmingham City FAC (G) (33) £80-100 835. Ipswich Town Reserves football programmes: 1954-58 very nice set to incl Northampton „54/5, Coventry, Brentford, Portsmouth, Leyton Orient, Bristol Rovers „55/6, Tottenham, W.H.U „57/8 - some with staple rust otherwise mainly (F/G) (24) £100-110 836.Collection of British football clubs in Europe c1960s: to incl several first game/season in Europe, Ipswich v Florianna ‟62, Tottenham v Feijenoord ‟61, Arsenal v Royal F.C. Liegeois ‟63, Liverpool v F.C. Koln ‟65, Burnley v Hamburg ‟61, Everton v Inter-Milan ‟63 – 2x with creases otherwise generally (G) (20) £30-40 837. Superb Fulham football programmes (A) c1949/50s collection: to incl Aston Villa, Birmingham, Blackpool, Wolves „49/50 all in excellent condition. Blackburn „54/5, Wolves „50/51, Notts County „56/7, Manchester United ‟58 FA Cup Semi-Final plus relay. Good 60s and a few later specials (VG) (38) £120 - £140 838. 1958 Sweden World Cup Final programme Brazil v Sweden: signed to the front cover Pele, Gilmar, Miranda and one other. 2 internal pages have a piece missing, handling wear to cover otherwise (F/G) £250-300 839. 1958 Sweden World Cup signed dinner menu and “Guest List and seating plan” for the Banquet de Cloture: held at the Grand Hotel Royal 29/6/1958. The seating plan is signed to the back cover by 4 Brazil players Didi, Gilmar, Vava and Mavro, and by 7 Swedish players Svenson, Bergmark, Kallgren, Haraldson, Olberg, Liedholm and George Raynor and signed to the front by Newcastle United Chairman Wm McKeag, the menu has 3x hand written biro notes on the back cover - both have some handling marks but are generally (G) (2) £200-250 840. Rare 1939 Grimsby Town F.A. Cup semi final football players‟ shirt and shorts: rare Mariners black and white stripped long sleeve shirt No 11 worn by Fred Crack who scored the winning goal in the quarter finals against Chelsea (10). The semi final v Wolverhampton Wanderers was played 25 March 1939 at Old Trafford - the attendance of 76,962 remains the largest ever attendance at a semi final and it was at this match that the squad wore numbered shirts for the first time, three months before it became official. The Mariners lost the game 5-0 after the second choice goalkeeper George Moulson was injured early on in the match (first choice keeper George Tweedy had caught the flu days earlier). With the

then rules forbidding substitutes for injuries Grimsby had to play with 10 men which Wolves took full advantage. (G) Illus. £1200-1500 Note – provenance the shirt comes from the direct descendant and comes with a written letter of provenance. 841. 3x pre war Grimsby “The Mariner” football programmes(H): to incl 1937/38 v Manchester City (A/F) , 1938/39 double programme v Stoke City and Res. v Frickley Colliery (F) and v Bolton wanderers c/w match report from the previous week‟s FAC semi final against Wolves (F) – all well read and used – handle with care! £75-100 842. Rare 2006 /7 Manchester Utd Barclays Premiership League Champions winners 9ct gold medal: the obverse embossed “Champions Barclays Premiership” and engraved to the border “Champions 2006-07” and on the reverse FA Premier League c/w Lion Crown and hallmarked 9ct - in original presentation case c/w suspension ring and Barclays ribbon – appears unused – unattributable. Illus. £3000-5000 843. Fine F.A. Cup silver plated replica trophy : fine 3/4 size trophy is engraved “The Football Association Challenge Cup” to the front panel, removable lid and comes c/w the original fitted cabinet – overall 20”*h – cabinet measures 21x 12.5 x 10”. Illus. £1000-1500 844. Ex rare 1907 English Cup Final miniature silver football trophy: hallmarked Birmingham 1907 – the final was played between Sheffield Wed and Everton at Crystal Palace on 20 th April 1907 in front of 84,584 supporters – Sheffield winning 2-1 – overall 4.75” . Illus £500-600 Note the original trophy sold in 2005 for a world record figure of £250,000 for a piece of football memorabilia see copy of front cover from auctioneers catalogue 845. Rare 1979-80 Liverpool FC signed players football shirt from their Div 1 Championship season: No 9 red and white “V” neck long sleeve shirt worn by Steve Heighway and signed to the front by 18 players to incl Avi Cohen, Case, Clemence, Dalglish, Fairclough, Hansen, Heighway, Johnson, Ray & Alan Kennedy, Sammy Lee, McDermott, Phil Neal, Ogrizovic, Rush, Souness and Phil Thompson – all of whom went on to win the European League Champions Cup the following season. Illus. £400-600 846. Scarce 1978-79 Liverpool FC signed leather football from their Div 1 Championships season – signed to 14 white panels Clemence, Case, Hansen, Thompson, Hughes, Ogrisovic, Heighway, Phil Neal, Steve Heighway, Souness, Alan Hansen, Emlyn Hughes, Ray Clemence, Fairclough, Joey Jones, Dalglish, Souness, et al – (G) £150-200 847. Scarce 1980-81 Liverpool FC signed official Liverpool “European Cup Winners” white leather football: signed by 13 players to incl Phil Thompson, Ogrisovic, Phil Neal, Fairclough, Dalglish, Case, Hughes, Clemence, Hansen, Souness et al (G). £150-200 848. 1980-81 Liverpool FC “European Champions” official signed photograph display: signed to the front by Bob Paisley, Terry McDermott, Alan Hansen, Kenny Dalglish, and David Johnson – c/w team photograph with Charity Shield, League Cup, and European Cup et al – overall 10 x 8” plus a football magazine page signed by Tommy Smith, Alan Ball, John Hollins and Pat Jennings and an autograph book with Blackburn Rovers autographs c1958 (A/F). £100-120 849. 2005 Liverpool FC signed Champions League programme, ticket, photograph et al: to incl 2005 Final programme signed to the front cover in gold felt tip pen by 15x players, manager and coach to incl Dudek, Cisse, Carragher, Gerrard, Kewell, Alonso, Garcia, Benetez, et al, c/w coa, unused match ticket, signed press photograph of Gerrard and Benetez arriving back at Liverpool Airport c/w Cup and signed by both, plus 2x replica Champions League Finals medals for 2007(Athens) and 2008 (Moscow) (G) (5) £150-200 850. Steven Gerrard Liverpool FC signed replica football shirt display; signed on the back to his players No 17 in black felt tip pen – mf&g – overall 27.5 x 25” £50-75 851. Rare Edson Pele Brazil signed replica football shirt: original Toffs Brazil shirt signed to the front Edson Pele comes c/w “All Stars” coa (G) £100-150 852. Rare 1927 Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham Charity football programme: a friendly played on December 5th 1927 at Hite Hart Lane with all ticket receipts going in aid of the Docklands Settlement for improvements in Canning Town. – some wear and minor nicks and tears to edges, some rubbing to the front page, internally clean. Illus. £250-300 853. Rare 1923 English Cup final commemorative paper knapkin: West Ham v Bolton Wanderers for the first match played at Wembley decorated with black and white team transfers, coloured Union Jacks - note top third is split otherwise complete – please handle with care hence (A/F) - overall 14 x 14” Illus. £100-200854. Rare 1968 European Fairs Cup final programme: newspaper issue Ferencvaros (Hungary) v Leeds (A) – worn horizontal crease fold and wear to spine, some discolouration and wear to edges – internally clean – however it‟s rare to find. Illus. £250-300 855. 3x West Ham Utd football programmes 1940/50s (h): to incl v Coventry City, v Plymouth („48/49) and v Nottingham Forest (‟53/54) – all with hand written scores and team changes – grubby hence (P/F). £30- 45 856. 2x post war Doncaster football programmes: to incl 1945/46 Doncaster Rovers v Darlington Div3 North F/G) and 1952/53 Doncaster Rovers v International XI to incl Swift, Shankly, Finney, Hagan, Sewell, et al some minor creases otherwise (F/G). £40-50 857. 1947/48 Rochdale v Gateshead football programme: Div 3 4p – very clean (G) £25-30 858. 1946/47 Stoke City v Sunderland football programme: 12px Div 1 programme Sat 17th May (G). £45-50 859. 3x rare Shropshire football programmes 1940/50s: to incl 2x Oswestry Town FC v 64th Army Training Regiment

48/49 to incl Ivor Allchurch and v Clitheroe Inter League Cup „62/63 single sheet plus a scarce 1955/56 non league “J.W. Hunt Cup Final” football programme played at The Molineux Grounds Wolverhampton - Hadley Castle Works (GKN Sankey Wellington) v Willenhall Town single sheet played on Sat 28 th April 1956. – minor tear and slight foxing. £40-50 860. Duncan Edwards (Manchester Utd/d Busby Babes) signed album page: to incl 1958 magazine team line up and album page signed by Duncan Edwards, Mark Jones and Tommy Taylor - both laid down on the album page. (G) £120-150 861. 1931/32 Sheffield Wed v Glasgow football programme: early season and last inter association match friendly – ex binder ( slight split to spine near top) otherwise (VG) £55-60 862.1937/38 Charlton v Blackpool football programme: Div1 played Easter Monday April 18th 1938 one team change in pencil otherwise(G) £80-100 863. 1938/39 Bury Res Chesterfield Res football programme: Central League fixture playing the top of the table team staples removed hence (VG). £40-520 864. 11x Scottish European Cup and friendly football programmes 1950/70s: to incl 3x Hibs v Munich, v Orgryte „58/59 and v Peebles Rovers Scottish Cup 2nd rd (15-1) „60/61, 2x Rangers v AC Napoli ‟58, and Milan quarter final European Cup ‟65, Kilmarnock v Real Madrid European Cup 1 st rd 1st leg, 2x Motherwell v Winterthur ‟59 v Bahia Brazil ‟60 et al (G) £60-75 865. Rare 1920/21 Bury FC double football programme: official programme and souvenir of Grand Benefit Match v International XI on 9th April – to incl Manchester Utd players Meredith, Silcock, Mew, plus Bolton player Ted Vizard (played in the 1923 FAC final) and Res v Tranmere 13 th April - very minor defects otherwise (G). Rare £150-175 866. FA Cup Annual 1885 - 1935: original Jubilee Ed publ‟d 1935 in original decorative paper wrappers commemorating 50 years of English Cup Finals – to incl Photographs of every winning team and match report – plus Esso Centenary 18721972 FA Cup Coin collection in original folder (2) £30-40 867. 1954/1955 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Maccabi (Israel) Football Programme: friendly floodlight match played at (h) on Thursday 28th October 1954 – no staples hence very good plus 1946/1947 Wolves Fan-Fare – “a history of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC” (foxing to the covers, staple rust and some discolouration internally) (2) £40-£50 868. Billy Wright – England and Wolverhampton FC signed football book and photograph: to incl a signed photograph of Billy Wright at the Molyneux together with the book entitled “Football is My Passport” 1 st ed. 1957 complete with the original dust packet, (some tears and scuffling) signed by Burt Williams to the illustration on page 64 (2) £25-£30 869. Burt Williams – England and Wolves goal keeper signed football book: titled “The Cat in Wolf‟s Clothing” 1st ed. 2007 profusely signed by Burt Williams and ex players to the front endplate to incl Tom Finney, Bobby Robson, Bill Guttridge, Ron Flowers, Steve Bull, John Richards together with an official signed card for the launch of the book at Oakley House on the 11th December 2007. In all 45 signatures (G) £45-£50 870. Bobby Moore signed official commemorative football cover: to commemorate the 1986 World Cup first day of issue 30th June 1986 c/w England winners 1966 stamp and boldly signed in pen by Bobby Moore together with a Sainsbury‟s 1998 official England World Cup Squad medal collection in the original folder (2) £250-£300 871. 1930/31 Blackburn Rovers Football fixture card and signed photograph and letter: to incl a Div. 1 4p fixture card, plus a press photograph of Ally MacLeod signed in red “Best Wishes” taken on the eve of the 1960 Cup final comes with hand written signed letter Ally MacLeod (3) £20-£30 872. 1965/66 Liverpool FC Div. 1 Championship signed football team photograph: original black and white press photograph (6.5x 8.5”) of the team with the Div. 1 Championship trophy and signed on the back by 11 to incl Bob Paisley, Emlyn Hughes, Ian Callaghan, Billy Liddell, Tony Hateley, Ray Clemence, Roy Evans, Geoff Strong, Doug Livermore plus one other (some creases) £25-£30 873. 1958 Munich Air Disaster: collection of 2x daily and evening newspaper headlines, incl the Manchester Evening News and the Daily Express both dated Friday 7th February 1958 together with the 1957 Manchester Evening News, front page headlines on the eve of the FA Cup (all folded) (3) £30-£40 874. Johnny Anderson Manchester Utd signed letter: a hand written letter describing his pre-war days at Old Trafford when there was no manager and the club had very little money, the appointment of Matt Busby and Jimmy Murphy immediately after the war. £30-£40 875. 3x pre-war official football club letters: to incl Bolton Wanderers, Coventry City, and Oldham Athletic all dated February 1933 and addressed to FC Buckley at Wolverhampton FC on the death of their chairman Mr E Barker. £45-£60 876. 2x Pre-war official football club letters: to incl a 1928 Wrexham FC apologising for the mistake on the result sheet which should have read “Outside Right A Longmuir” and a 1939 The Third Lanark Athletic Club letter to Heart of Midlothian Edinburgh granting permission for their players Macdonald and McGeachie to train at The Third Lanark Cathkin Park during the „39/40 season‟. £40-£50 877. 1961/62 Ipswich Town FC Banquet Menu, hand book and newspaper: to celebrate winning the Div. 1 Championship, held at the Savoy Hotel London, (covers worn and slightly distressed) a 1959/60 Ipswich Town Handbook in original wrappers (some wear to spine), complete with numerous photograph illustrations (G) together with 1968 “Ipswich Football Star” newspaper celebrating winning the Div. 2 Championship and promotion back into Div. 1 (3) £35-

£40 878. 1950/51 Colchester Utd football Handbook: first season in the Football League- Third Div. S in original wrappers complete with numerous photographic illustrations and fixture to lists to the rear. To incl the Eastern Counties Football League and Essex and Suffolk Border League and an interesting 1950/51 French Div. 1 and Div. 2 fixture card (2) £20-£30 879. 1946/47 Plymouth Argyle Football Club handbook: immediate post war handbook, to incl the pre season prospects as well as results going back to 1903, (in original package and minor wear) pre war and post war team photographs (fair/good) £20-£30 880. Swansea Town/City Football Programmes 1960s onwards: with 53 (H) and 9 (A) up to 2006/07 to incl 21x Div. 1 1981/82 (1 duplicate v Wolves) and Play Off v Suffolk „98/99 (62) £30-£40 881. Collection of football autographs and books: collection of signed black and white and colour football magazine photographs to incl Roy Swinbourne, Jimmy Mullen, Trevor Smith, Peter Broadbent, Roy Bentley, Jimmy Dunn etc. together with 6 various football books incl Arsenal, Hull City, Topical Times all with dust jackets, Soccer Fanfare plus 2 others £25-£30 882. A rare 1970/71 Rothmans Football Yearbook: original first addition hardback (slight bruising to top and tail of spine, internally clean and sound) £65-£70 883. Football auction catalogues: 14x various auction houses catalogues to incl Christie‟s, Bonhams, Phillips from 1991/2009 some with result sheets. £30-£35 The following lots 884 – 890 relate to the estate to the late David Stacey, renowned Arsenal mascot, well known programme collector and editor. 884. Collection of official football club letters: addressed to David Stacey granting him permission to walk around their football tracks complete with his banner for the visit of Arsenal football club. mostly from the mid 50s onwards and early 60s incl the UK v Europe at Winsor Park, Belfast plus Luton, Tottenham, Sunderland, Portsmouth, Blackpool, Everton, West Brom, Aston Villa, Leeds, Cardiff, Newport County, Sheffield Wednesday, West Ham, Liverpool and “admission by paying at the turnstiles” – most with filing holes to the top left hand corner. £75-£100 885. David Stacey Arsenal football club top hat tails, trousers, shoes, gloves and bow ties: complete with an original press match photograph given to him by the Blackpool FC mascot Samuel Bailey. £100 - £150 886. 1966 Jules Rimet trophy: presented by The Football Association to David Stacey for his outstanding support during the 1966 World Cup, similar to the trophies presented to all the Football League club chairmen, mounted on a marble tiered base (minor wear to the gilt edges)– overall 7.5”h. £250 - £300 887. 1966 World Cup Victory signed Dinner Menu: England football supporter‟s association tribute to Alf Ramsey on 28th October 1966 at the Washington Hotel, Curzon St London. Signed on the back by Alf Ramsey, Stanley Rous, Cyril Jackson (the football referee) – 2 glass rim stains to cover otherwise (F). £100-£150 888. Sir Stanley Mathews C.B.E. (England, Blackpool, Stoke City FC): the original cut out wooden advertising board depicting Stanley Mathews playing, produced for the launch of the Stanley Mathews book. Some minor tears to the photographs and surrounds – overall 40.5”h. £50-£75 889. The Football Association Centenary 1863-1963 coloured print: comprising a scene from the Final Tie of the F.A. Challenge Cup at Wembley May 1962 from the original by Terrance Cuneo – a ltd ed. issue by The Football Association in the original gilt frame c/w inscribed brass plaque, overall (26”/38”) £150-£200 890. Football books: a set of 4 vol. titled “Association Football” scares 1 st ed. 1960, edited by Fabien and Green and published by Caxton Publishing Co. In the original decorative turquoise and gilt leather boards, some dust stains to spines otherwise internally very clean – the corner stone of the Football Association. £50-£60 891. 1956 England v Brazil Int. Football Cap: awarded to Jeff Hall (Birmingham City FC) his 6 th international at full back – England winning 4-2 - scorers Taylor and Grainger and went to play in a further 15 consecutive internationals and was only on the losing size once. Illus. £1000-1500 Note: Cap was purchased by the present owner at Christies Auction when the Jeff Hall collection came up for sale Jeff Hall was born in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire and brought up in Keighley, West Yorkshire. After leaving school in 1945 he played for various junior clubs in the area before joining his local Football League club, Bradford Park Avenue, then in the Second Division, where he remained an amateur and never made a first team appearance . It was while playing at right half for the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers during his National Service that he was spotted by Birmingham City chief scout Walter Taylor and he signed professional forms in May 1950. He was converted to full back while playing for Birmingham's reserve team, and made his first-team debut in that position in January 1951; He was part of the Birmingham City side which won the Second Division Championship in 1954–55. The following season, 1955–56, he was part of the team which reached the club's highest ever finishing position, sixth in the First Division, and the Cup Final, losing 3–1 to Manchester City. He also played in Birmingham's Inter-Cities Fairs Cup

campaign Also that season, he won his first representative honours, a cap for England B against West Germany B, soon followed by his first full cap for England, in a 5–1 victory in a friendly away to Denmark. He played every minute of this and England's next 16 international matches, until losing his place to West Bromwich Albion's Don Howe in October 1957. He finished on the losing side only once for England, and formed a fine understanding with regular defensive partner Roger Byrne of Manchester United. Hall's last match for Birmingham was away to Portsmouth in March 1959. He became ill, was diagnosed with polio, and died in a Birmingham hospital just two weeks later, on 4 April 1959. A clock and scoreboard were erected in his memory in Birmingham City's ground, St Andrew's, later that year; they did not survive the ground redevelopments of the mid-1990s. In his home town of Keighley, a trophy was presented in his honour to the newly-formed Sunday League in the early 1960s for their cup competition which is still competed for today Birmingham City commissioned a second memorial clock to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Hall's death. Centrally sited above the main stand at St Andrew's, it was unveiled in September 2008 by Hall's teammates Alex Govan and Gil Merrick. However, adverse reaction to the clock's size and position provoked the club into ordering a larger replacement. Rare 1966 World Cup Pennant of Honour 892. World Cup 1966: extremely rare double sided FIFA World Cup silk, gold braid and embroidered pennant: c/w brass presentation plaque which reads „In honour of Their Kind Support and Loyal Co-operation During the 1966 World Cup, the members of FIFA together with Commission Ejective proudly present The Board of Directors of Waring & Gillows Leeds United with the Jules Rimet Pennant of Honour, September, Hotel Ritz, Madrid 1966‟ mounted on velvet board, in a handmade brass frame with glass hinge panel - decorated with 7 brass circular medallions, embossed with footballing scenes, made by Flandez, S.L. - comes c/w legend on reverse which states „the Pennant of Honour was presented on the 20th September 1966 at Hotel Ritz at Madrid, Spain in Honour of Mr M Cousins support and participation by the firm of Waring and Gillow during the 1966 World Cup Tournament. Presented by FIFA as a special „Pennant of Honour‟ woven in 22 carat gold bullion upon silk with the embroidered reverse depicting the classic motive of the First Jules Rimet Trophy only 3 other examples were presented during the evening and were awarded to FIFA Officers. Hence ex rare – pennant measures 42” – overall 53.5” x 38.5” max. Illus. £10,000 – 12,000 Note – the fine decorative brass frame was designed by Juan Flandez famed silver and goldsmith in both Montevideo and Madrid – Waring and Gillows were responsible for providing all the furniture before and during the build up to the 1966 World Cup of which the Cousins family were directors of the company as well as directors of Leeds United at that time. 893. 1930 World Cup Final Football Match Ticket: Serie 8 Uruguay v Argentina played at the Centenary Stadium Montevideo 30 July c/w counterfoil (small nick to the top left hand corner). £350-400 894. 1930 World Cup Semi Final Football Match Ticket: Unused Serie 7, Argentina v USA played at the Centenary Stadium Montevideo c/w counterfoil (VG). £250-300 895. 1930 World Cup Football Match Ticket: Unused Serie 6, issued for the Yugoslavia v Brazil match played at Centenary Stadium Montevideo c/w counterfoil (VG). £180-200 896. 1930 World Cup Football Match Ticket: Unused Serie 5, issued for the Argentina v France match played at the Centenary Stadium Montevideo c/w counterfoil (VG). £180-200 897. 1930 World Cup printed football results card: Folded 4 page card featuring head and shoulder portraits of the Uruguay team and the Centenary Stadium to the front cover, inside the first round group matches right through to the final results, and on the back cover listing the Uruguayan team success at the 1924 Olympics, 1928 Olympics and winning the World Cup in 1930. Rare. £100-120 898. 1950 World Cup Final Football Programme: Brazil v Uruguay played on 16 July at the Maracana Stadium Rio de Janeiro – this being the original first edition printed on newspaper style paper (minor crease marks to the front and rear covers, slight discolouring to the closed pages) otherwise internally very clean and bright copy. £750-800 899. 1954 World Cup Football Programme: Uruguay v Austria final for 3rd and 4th place, played on 3rd July in Zurich, in original wrappers c/w the Mary Long Cigarettes seal to the covers, and original insert for Marocane Filtre Cigarettes – note small yellow stains to the centre line up page, otherwise (VG). £150-200 900. 1954 World Cup Football Programme: Uruguay v England quarter final played 26 th June in Basle c/w the Mary Long Cigarettes seal to the covers, and similar insert (very clean throughout) hence (VG). £150-200 901. 2x 1958 World Cup Football Programmes: To include the semi final Brazil v France played on 24 th June, with Pele scoring a hat trick (staples have been removed but punch holes have been professionally repaired) otherwise (G); together with Mexico v Sweden group match programme for the opening match played on 8 th June (G) £150-200 902. Scarce 1962 World Cup Programme: Titled “Programa y Reglamento Campeonato del Mundo 1962” in original

wrappers, 8 page programme published in Spanish by Velox, Chile (note hand written results in ink up to the quarter finals – some slight dust stains and creases). £150-200 903. 1962 World Cup Football Ticket & publications: To include “Campeonato Mundial de Futbol Chile 1962” brochure co written by Bernard Joy and David Bravo (covers well rubbed, red dye to the title page from the inside front end plate) hence (F); together with a ticket stub for the match played on 31 st May 1962 at the National Stadium Santiago, Chile – Germany v Italy in the first round; and official “El Grafico” World Cup magazine publication dated 30 May featuring the 1962 World Cup teams, etc. (4) £100-150 904. 1962 World Cup Football Ticket: Original ticket stub for the match number 5 played between Russia v Yugoslavia on 31st May in Arica. £50-75 905. 1962 World Cup Football Quarter Final Football Ticket: Original ticket stub for match number 28, quarter final between Czechoslovakia v Hungary played on 10th June in Rancagua. £50-75 906. 1966 World Cup Football Final Selection: To include the World Cup Final official 8mm film published by Walton Home Movies, in original cardboard box; 3x small b&w privately taken photographs showing the England team celebrating; and a signed b&w press photo of a German player walking off the pitch after a group match plus 1966 German “Aral” World Cup trade card album c/w all the original colour player profile cards. (6) £80-100 907. 1959 European Cup Final Football Programme: Real Madrid v Stade Reims on 3rd June 1959 played at the Neckar Stadium in Stuttgart (tiny crease fold to bottom right hand corner) otherwise (G). £75-100 908. 1960 European Cup Final Football Programme: Eintracht v Real Madrid played at Hampden Park Glasgow 18 th May 1960 (some light creases to most pages) otherwise clean. £40-50 909. 1961 European Cup Final Football Programme: Barcelona v Benefica played 31st May 1961 at Wankdorf Stadium, Bern (some slight discolouration to the edge of pages) otherwise (G). £75-100 909a. Billy Wright signed football book: Titled “The Worlds My Football Pitch” 1st edition 1953 c/w original DJ (minor tears to top and tail of spine) signed to the inside front blank page “Best of Luck Billy Wright”. £40-50 909b. 1908 Wolverhampton Wanderers original football team coloured postcard: pre season team photograph dated 19/708 to the football – the team that went on to win the Cup Final – badly creased but complete. £30-35 The following lots relate to Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club Chairman - the late John Ireland and come directly from the family. Items from their overseas tours to Russia, South Africa, FA Cup successes, et al. 910. Large quantity Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club private 16mm cine films and slides: Mostly boxed with printed match and tour details to include Germany, America, South Africa, Sweden, Victoria, West Indies, Spain, Haiti, together with various official photographs. £100-150 911. 2x Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club Team Photographs 1926/27: One mounted on board, copyright A H Paulton, Wolverhampton, reminding spectators to secure their programme on the way to the match, plus another mounted on board, both c/w legends below. £100-150 912. 1927/28 Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club team photograph: Mounted on board c/w club details and legend laid down to the top of the photograph by A H Paulton, together with an identical team photograph (as found). £100150 913. Scarce 1922/23 Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club printed team photograph: Titled “Wolverhampton Wanderers who have been training for today‟s match” – showing 17 players to include Best, Bissett, Brewster, Caddick, Edmunds, Fazackerley, George, Gregory, Hodnet (damage to corners and minor creases) overall 9.5” x 7” £100-150 914. 1928/29 Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club players and officials photograph card: By photographer A H Paulton, comprising players‟ head and shoulder portraits which “given away with the official programme” which could be obtained by removing the coupon from the programme (corners creased and rubbed, and one tear). £100-150 915. Collection of various early Wolverhampton Wanderers football team photographs: Including players training, official functions, et al from the 1920s onwards (some with defects) but an interesting record (16) £50-60 916. Collection of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Team Photographs including many from the overseas tours involving both the players and officials, both informal and formal shots especially of the Club‟s directors playing football against the Moscow officials with jackets as goal posts, sleeves rolled up, etc; other shots include Billy Wright, Bert Williams, Ron Flowers, et al c1955 plus various postcards etc. plus various postcards etc. (50+) £50-60 917. Collection of Wolverhampton Wanderers team & other photographs c1970s together with a mounted colour photograph of the Wolverhampton Wanderers team with Billy Wright, Peter Broadbent, Bert Williams, etc. £50-60 918. 3x pre war Wolverhampton Wanderers original postcards: To incl The English Cup Team 1908 – one with head and shoulder portraits who won the Cup Final 3-1 against Newcastle (F) and 1927/28 and 1930/31 squad team real photographs (G). £75-100 919. No Lot 920. 1955 Moscow Spartak v Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Programme: From the tour to Russia in 1955 dated 7th August, four sided with team details to the back leaf, and various newspaper cuttings regarding the tour (F/G). £80-120 921. 1955 Moscow Dynamo v Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Programme: From the tour to Russia in 1955

played on 12th August c/w after match invitation, and a Russian league match programme dated 10 th August (F/G) (3) £80100 922. 1957 Southern Transvaal v Wolverhampton Wanderers triple football match programme: From the tour to South Africa played on 4th May 1957 at the Rand Stadium, together with Maccabi XI v Greek XI (1.15pm), German XI v Holland XI (2.15pm), and Wolves v Southern Transvaal (3.45pm) (vertical crease fold) otherwise very clean, comes together with the itinerary published by the Southern African Railways. (2) £80-100 923. 1957 South Africa v Wolverhampton Wanderers International triple football programme: From the tour to South Africa played on 18th May 1957 at the Rand Stadium, together with Lebanese XI v Italian XI (1pm), the Maccabi XI v Holland XI (2pm), Wolves v South Africa (3.30pm) c/w South African Railways itinerary. (2) £80-100 924. 1957 Northern Rhodesia v Wolverhampton Wanderers triple football programme: From the tour to Rhodesia played on Sunday 26th May at 4pm, together with 2 pre football matches (some slight staining to covers) otherwise very clean and tight internally hence (G). £80-100 925. Scarce 1971/72 FC Den Haag v Wolverhampton Wanderers (A) UEFA Cup 2nd rd newspaper programme: Five pages, dated 20th October, with team details to the back page (vertical and horizontal folds, slight discolouring to the exposed edges) otherwise (G). £30-40 926. 1963 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Victoria All Stars international soccer programme: For the tour to Canada played at the Royal Athletic Park Monday 17th June, together with another programme Wolverhampton Wanderers v FC Schalke Germany played on 26th May 1963, single newspaper sheet titled American League Soccer News, and a copy of the Philadelphia Digest dated 30th May 1963 (3) £50-70 927. 2x Wolverhampton Wanderers football programmes from 1972 tour to New Zealand: To include v Wellington Invitation XI Monday 5th June at Basin Reserve, Wellington, and v Queensland on Wednesday 14 th June played at Lang Park (F/G) £40-60 928. 3x Wolverhampton Wanderers football programmes from 1972 tour to USA: to include all matches Wolverhampton Wanderers (England) v Aberdeen (Scotland) – played 21st May at Kezar Stadium San Francisco, 24th May at the High School Memorial Stadium, Seattle Centre, and 28 th May at the Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles. £75-100 929. Scarce 1971 Marsa FC v Wolverhampton Wanderers official football programme: Played on Wednesday 24th February 1971 at the Stadium Gzira, in original glossy card covers, hence (G) £30-40 930. 1963 Wolverhampton Wanderers v A S L Select International Soccer League double football match programme: Being the first game (exhibition) played at the Randalls Island Stadium, Manhattan, New York, together with the 2nd game between Valenciennes (France) v Oro (Mexico) official match (F/G). £50-60 931. Rare 1964 Chelsea, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Barbados souvenir football programme: For matches played at Kensington Oval, Barbados on 20th & 21st May £50-70 932. 2x 1963 Bangu Brazil v Wolverhampton Wanderers International Soccer football programmes: From the tour to Canada played on 15th June at Empire Stadium Vancouver, and on 22nd June at the Varsity Stadium Toronto (one with vertical crease fold) otherwise (G), plus official photograph of all the Wolverhampton players and officials who attended the tour, together with British Columbia Soccer Association embroidered blazer crest. £80-100 933. 2x 1967 Los Angeles Wolves (Wolverhampton of England) souvenir soccer programmes: From the tour to USA to include v Houston Stars Saturday 27th May, and v Boston Rovers (Shamrock Rovers of Dublin) (G) £80-100 934. 1957 Wolverhampton Wanderers tour to South Africa signed farewell dinner menu: Held at the Hotel Victoria Johannesburg on 20th May 1957, signed by both the President and Vice President FA of Southern Africa, together with football programme Wolverhampton Wanderers v Natal played at Durban 11 th May 1957 (slight damp marks to the bottom edge) (2) £80-100 935. 1921 FA Cup Final Programme Tottenham Hotspur v Wolverhampton Wanderers: Played at Stamford Bridge on 23rd April 1921 (horizontal crease fold, some thumb wear to edges and staple rust) internally clean, together with team illustrations and interesting sports advertisements. £1000-1200 936. 1974 FA Cup Final Manchester City v Wolverhampton Wanderers football match itinerary and menu: Official 12 page itinerary listing the programme of arrangements in original card wrappers (VG), together with Wolverhampton Wanderers prior dinner menu to celebrate reaching 1974 FA Cup Final. (2) £30-40 937. 2x Wolverhampton Wanderers football player signed testimonial dinner menus: To include 1957 complimentary dinner for “three good Wolves men and true”, held on behalf of Bert Williams, Bill Shorthouse and Roy Swinbourne on Thursday 25th April and signed to the inside by all three players; together with a further dinner menu held to honour “Wolves Stalwart Jimmy Mullen” at the Victoria Hotel, Wolverhampton 15 th February 1961 with guest list to the back page c/w gold and black silk ribbon, signed to the front “Best wishes to Jane from Jim Mullen”. £75-80 938. 1972 Centenary FA Cup Anniversary dinner banquet menu: Held at the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington, London on 5th May 1972, attractive cut out window menu card listing all the winners from 1872 to 1971, with the Wanderers FC winning the 1st FA Challenge Cup competition in 1872 £15-20 939. 1938/39 Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club complimentary banquet menu: Given by the Mayor and Mayoress at the conclusion of the team‟s successful season finishing 2nd in Division 1 and runners up in the FA Cup Final, together with the guest list and seating arrangements (note the menu has been laid down in an album hence back cover has

some remains of the album page) otherwise (G) £80-100 940. 3x Wolverhampton Football Club postcards: Incl 1926/27 Wolverhampton Amateurs Football Club squad team photograph (A/F), together with 1929/30 Wolverhampton Wanderers team photograph, and 1957/58 Division 1 Champions postcard (with sellotape to the top and bottom edges). £45-60 941. 1937 Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club Sportsmen‟s Banquet signed Menu: Held following the highly successful season in 1936/37 and to present Lady Mander a cheque for £1000 for the benefit of the children‟s camp permanent building fund, donated by the Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, signed to the inside front cover by Stanley Rous, c/w original folding team photograph to the centre spread c/w photographs of the management on the reverse (covers badly discoloured), together with Wolves 1931/32 souvenir brochure commemorating a glorious season, with the original double spread team photograph. (2) £40-60 942. 1957 Wolverhampton Wanderers/Real Madrid Banquet Menu: To mark the occasion of the visit of Real Madrid to the Molineux Grounds 17th October 1957, holders of the European Cup, Latin Cup and Spanish League Cup, in original boards decorated with Real Madrid crest and black and gold silk cord. £40-60 943. 1957 Real Madrid Football Club Dinner Menu: Held on 11th December printed in both Spanish and English, to commemorate the visit of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, together with Real Madrid European Cup Winners colour brochure, with facsimile autographs of the team. (2) £40-60 944. 1963 Honved Budapest/Wolverhampton Wanderers Banquet Menu: On the visit of Wolverhampton Wanderers to Budapest held on 9th October 1963, written in both Hungarian and English £30-40 945. 1960 FA Cup Final Menus, Song Sheets et al: To include The Daily Express Community song sheet, press photograph of William Slater and the team holding up the FA Cup trophy after the match, the official 1960 Wembley Wolves publication (VG), the after match dinner banquet menu held at the Cafe Royal on Saturday 7 th May on behalf of both teams, together with the guest list and seating arrangements, plus rare book of matches showing the winning goal. (6) £100-150 946. 1959 Civic Banquet to Billy Wright (Captain Wolverhampton Wanderers FC and England) to celebrate his 100th International Cap for England: Signed menu held at the Civic Hall Wolverhampton on Wednesday 29th April 1959 c/w the original bound pages listing all 100 appearances and signed to the inside back cover by Tom Finney, Stanley Rous, and Geoffrey Green (representing the press) (some minor creases and tears to the inside folding pages) otherwise (F/G). £50-75 947. 1974 Football League Cup Final pre match luncheon menu: on the occasion of Manchester City v Wolverhampton Wanderers given by the Chairman and directors or Wembley Stadium on 2 nd March 1974, together with the table plan and guest list and timetable of events leading up to and after the match. (2) £50-60 948. 1950s Wolverhampton Wanderers Handbooks et al: To inc official handbook of the season 1951/52, League Division 1 Championship souvenir brochure 1953/54, 2 signed autograph album pages for both 1 st and 2nd teams inc Stan Cullis, Jimmy Mullen, Bill Shorthouse, Les Smith, Roy Swinbourne, Billy Wright, et al, and a wall tile produced for the tour of South Africa in 1951 listing all 12 games, played 12, won 12, goals for 60 against 5 (5) £75-100 949. 1957 Northern Rhodesia v Wolverhampton Wanderers football programme: From the tour to Rhodesia played on Sunday 26th May at 4pm, together with 2 pre football matches (vertical crease fold, minor speckle foxing to the covers) internally very clean. £80-100 950. 1957 Natal v Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Programme: From the tour to South Africa 1957 played at Kingsmead Durban Saturday 11th May 1957 (VG) £80-100 951. 1959 European Cup Quarter Final Barcelona v Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Programme: Played on 10th February 1960 in front of a crowd of 80,000 spectators (G) £15-30 952. 1957 South Africa v Wolverhampton Wanderers International triple football programme: From the tour to South Africa played on 18th May 1957 at the Rand Stadium, together with Lebanese XI v Italian XI (1pm), the Maccabi XI v Holland XI (2pm), Wolves v South Africa (3.30pm) c/w South African Railways itinerary. (2) £80-100 953. 1967 Golden Gate Gales v Los Angeles Wolves (Wolverhampton England) Football Programmes played on Wednesday 28th June 1967, together with one of their official printouts for the same game (3) £60-75 954. Football Association Centenary Review 1863-1963: Original brochure published by the Football Association in the original glossy covers c/w numerous illustrations, other events arranged during the centenary year and an inventory and photographs of gifts presented to the FA from other football associations around the world. £40-60 955. Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Programmes: Mostly from 1970s to inc FA Cup, League Cup, UEFA Cup, Texaco Cup, Milk Cup, etc, including some duplicates, plus 5 FA Cup Finals to include 1967, 1971, 1972, 1973, and 1982 (33) £30-50 956. Collection of Wolverhampton Wanderers Domestic League Football Programmes (H) together with some (A): Mainly from the early 1970s to early 1980s (approx 170 including some duplicates), plus a vinyl LP “Players at Ease”. £2530 957. Collection of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club Tours and International Friendly Match Programmes 1955-1963: v Moscow Dynamo „55/56, v Real Madrid ‟57, v Natal (A) 57, v Bangu of Brazil (A) ‟63, v S F United (San Francisco) ‟63, including duplicates (most with faults), plus newspaper cuttings and other ephemera (10) £75-100

958. 1967 Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club Promotion Season: Collection of football club letters of congratulations following Wolverhampton‟s promotion back into the 1 st Division, to include Bristol City, Charlton Athletic, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Norwich, Plymouth, and Kidderminster Harriers. £25-30 959. Collection of various Wolverhampton Football Club related matters: To include menus, photographs, newspapers, letterheads, FA News, other FA matters (a lot). £20-25 960. 2x Interesting Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club Crests: One dated 1982 and the other showing the Wolves head and club colours which was adopted for the new club crest bearing the wolf‟s head – both mounted on wooden plaques. £50-75 961. 2x Interesting Wolverhampton Wanderers Statements: one issued by the Board on Friday 18th September 1964 following termination of Stan Cullis‟ contract, and another with regards to Bill McGary former manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers, together with 2 newspaper articles which make for interesting reading. £30-50 961a. 1954/5 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Spartak signed football programme: played at the Molineux Tues 16th November ‟54 and signed by both teams to the centre line up page to incl the referee and linesmen – Wolves players (10) incl Wright, Flowers, Swinbourne, Les Smith, Hancocks, Mullen, Clamp, Slater, and 8x Spartak players to incl Capt. Soimonian, Goalkeeper, Piraev, Sedpv, Netto, Dementiev etc (some staple rust, vertical pocket fold) otherwise clean hence (F/G). £75-100 962. 1955/6 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Moscow Dynamo signed football programme: played at the Molineux Wed 9th November ‟55 and signed by both teams to the centre line up page – incl Lev Yashin (The Lion) Billy Wright, Broadbent, Hancocks, Bert Williams, et al – (some lightly signed by the Moscow team , staples corroded, vertical pocket fold) otherwise clean copy. Plus £75-100 963. 1961 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Glasgow Rangers signed banquet menu (plus match programme): The Complimentary Banquet Menu given by The Wolverhampton Wanderers to The Rangers at Victoria Hotel Wolverhampton on Wed 19th April ‟61 – 4p card decorated with the colours of both teams and signed on the inside by 21 players in pen mostly Rangers to incl Billy Stevenson, Cliff Scott, Davis, Ritchie, McMillan, Shearer x 2, Wilson, Brand, Paterson, Niven etc and notable wolves players Broadbent, Mason, Slater, etc c/w match programme (2) £75-100 964.3x Wolverhampton Wanderers Banquet Menus: to incl 1949 Stan Cullis & Billy Wright (Wolves And England Captains Civic Banquet held at the Civic Hall Monday 11th April 1949 and signed to the inside cover by Bert Williams, Stanley Rous, and 3 others – both footballing figures in tact (some discolouration), 1960 FA Cup Final Banquet held at the Cafe royal London 7th May 1960 with dedications on the back cover and Jack Howley Complimentary Dinner secretary from 1923 – 1964. £120-150 965. 2x Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C1974 League Cup Final signed banquet menus: held on 2nd March at London Hilton Hotel and signed by 14 players to incl John Richards, Mike Bailey, Hibbitt, Derek Dougan, Phil Parkes, Geoff Palmer plus Billy Wright et al to the one and the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Football League to the other (G) £75100 966. 2x Billy Wright signed football books: to incl “Captain of England- Billy Wright” 1st ed. 1950 c/w d/j and signed to the front inside blank page and “The World‟s My Football Pitch” 1 st ed. 1953 with remains of the original d/j and signed to the frontis piece photograph plus “The Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Book ed. by Phil Morgan – 1st ed. 1970 c/w d/j (G) (3). £60-75 967. 1921 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Leicester football programme: Official Programme and Club‟s Record No `13 Vol. II dated 29th October 1921 price two pence c/w 1st and Reserve Team Cup Team Fixtures, league tables et al together with a wonderful article on Rugger with quote “I was beginning to sigh for the peace of and quietness of the trenches again ...”– the programme has various defects hence (A/F) Illus. £100-150 968. Wolverhampton Wanderers Big match football programmes 1954 – 1974: to incl v Honved 54/55, v Moscow Dynamo „55/56, v Barcelona „59/60 v Tyflis „60/61 plus Cup Finals ‟60 & ‟74 - England World Cup and other FA News etc. incl some duplicates (19) £20-30 969. Collection of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC souvenir FA Cup and League Champions brochures, newspapers et al: to incl 1949 FA Cup Final , 1953/54 League Championship, 1946 Wolves Fanfare, 1967 Guest List plus original newspapers dated Sporting Star ‟49, ‟54, ‟58/59 Express & Star 1932, ‟59, ‟74 & ‟7- some with defects otherwise (F) (13) £30-40 969a. Wolverhampton Wanderers signed football shirt display: Wolverhampton Wanderers Home shirt c/w sponsors Chaucer logo signed to the front in black marker pen by 12 of the squad – m.f.& g – overall 35 x 30”£75-80 969b. 2002/3 Wolverhampton Wanderers football playoff display: celebrating 2003 Division One Play Off Final at The Millennium Stadium Cardiff ltd ed No 189/1000 c/w head shoulder portraits of the players and legend mf&g overall 16.5 x 32” c/w COA. £35-50 970. 1960s Manchester United football programmes (A): To incl 1964 Chelsea v Man Utd signed by George Best, Denis Law, and Paddy Crerand, plus others v Fulham (4) Tottenham (5), v Chelsea (2), v Arsenal (2), v Feyenoord ‟58/‟59 their first flight abroad after Munich, plus FA Cup Final 1963, European Cup 3 rd round v Sporting Club de Portugal (H), and 1963 European Cup Final tie played at Wembley (Benefica v Milan) (15) £80-120 971. 1970 England World Cup signed letter: On original Pye Records Studios letterhead whilst recording the song “Back

Home” at the Pye Studios in June 1970, and signed by the actual 12 players who attended the recording, to inc Hurst, Peters, Bonetti, Tommy Wright, Brian Labone, Francis Lee, Peter Osgood, Emlyn Hughes, Norman Hunter, Terry Cooper, Gordon Banks, & Dr Neil Phillips (England‟s first full time doctor) – (pocket crease folds). £80-120 971a. 1954 Official Football Association brass and enamel “Steward” badge – Note F A Cup final was between WBA and Preston NE. (G) £75-100 972. Vic stoneware football shaped inkwell: 8x panel and lace up ball fitted with a brass football cap hinged lid and stamped on the base Reg No 167873. – small dent to lid. £100-150 973. Early and original Pin ball cast iron spring lever footballer c1920: c/w with original base fitted with turned wooden holding handle - painted footballer c/w a spring action leg in working order - some paint wear – overall 10”h £5065 974. Vic pair of leather football skeleton shin pads – with padded ankle protection c/w leather traps – some wear to the leather (F). £50-60 975. Bristol Rovers football programmes 1955-67 (H): 3x „55/56, 3x 56/57, 3x 57/58, 3x 58/59 then 1960s onwards incl a good run of 65/66 v Middlesbrough, Oldham, Barrow, Swansea Crystal Palace, Derby County, Shrewsbury Town et al (70*) £30-50 976. 1950s Football Programmes: various clubs to incl Tottenham v Portsmouth ‟46 (torn) , – other clubs incl Portsmouth , Fulham, Birmingham, Northampton, Ipswich, Exeter, plus 3x Leeds Inter Cities Fairs Cup Finals ‟67. ‟68, & „70, Arsenal European Fairs Cup Final ‟69 et al (50*) (F/G) £60-75 977. Liverpool Res. Football selection 1997 /2003: to incl programmes, team sheets and unused tickets v Manchester Utd, Newcastle Utd, Aston Villa, Leeds et al plus duplicates –in folder. £20-30 978. Collection of Pre War “The Football Referee – The Official Organ of The Referees Association” bi -monthly magazine: commencing April 1932 – June ‟39. – makes interesting reading with articles on “Is The Strong Referee Wanted?” “Appointments of Neutral Lineman” et al - all with postal crease folds hence (F/G). (34) £70-75 979. Large collection of football Handbooks, Annuals, Yearbooks, et al: to incl set of Caxton‟s Association Football, various football annuals and guides, Rothmans, FA Year Books c1970 -1980s plus various newspapers etc. (box full). £2550 980. 3x early Oldham Athletic Football Club brochures: incl 1925 Oldham Athletic Football Club “National Costumes Bazaar” programme organised to raised funds “To Strengthen the financial position of the club” covering a 4 day extravaganza (missing back cover with front cover worn) - hence (P/F) – 1934 “Keep The Ball Rolling – History of The Club 1899 - 1933” in original wrappers (dust stained) internally clean (F) and 1951/52 Official Souvenir Handbook (F). £45-60 981 2x football books one signed: Molineux Memories by North Banker and signed by Wolverhampton players John Richards and author Mike Slater ( North Banker) plus “Refereeing Around The World” by Arthur E Ellis – 1st ed. 1956 c/w original d/j. (G) £20-25 982. 1970s Manchester City Bible: unique and rare leather bound miniature book containing 16 folding head shoulder portraits of the team produced by Coffer London in original light blue and gilt bound leather covers- players‟ incl Bell. Lee, Book, Corrigan, Young, Doyle, Summerbee et al – overall 1.25x 1” some wear to edges. £75-100 983. Football signed photograph of the Charles Bothers: both John Charles and his brother Mel shaking hands on the centre circle before the kick off – mf &g overall 16 x 13”. £30-40 984. 1960 Manchester United football team signed menu; from the RMS Queen Mary Luncheon Menu dated Saturday 18th June 1960 and signed on the back cover by 18 players to inc. Bill Foulkes, Quixall, Gregg, Bobby Charlton, Dennis Violet, John Giles, Dawson, Cope et al – small tear otherwise (G) £200-250 985. 1938/39 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.A. Cup Final football autographs: a card signed by 14 players in pencil to incl Cullis, Taylor, Dorsett, Scott, Westcott, Galley, McIntosh, Maguire, Gardiner, Burton, Morris, - all members of the F.A. Cup final team. £75-100 986. Scarce 1955 Chelsea football commemorative ceramic dish: celebrating the Jubilee Anniversary of the club 1905 – 1955 – hand painted and decorated with the Clubs Crest by Brenda Cole Chelsea – overall dia. 5.5”. £100-150 987. Manchester United Football programmes late 1970s onwards: all (H) to incl 1977/8, 1980/1 - 1984/5 incl some signed – note handwritten notes to the earlier programmes hence (F). (119*) £30-40 988. Swansea Town /City football programmes: mostly (H) plus some (A) from 1959 – 1976, away s incl Leyton Orient Southampton, Derby County, Charlton, Bolton, Doncaster, etc. – some with hand written results and wear to covers – overall (F/G) (50*). £15-20 989. Scottish related football programmes: to incl International, European Championship, European Cup, Scottish Cup Semi final and domestic games incl Rangers (A) - from 1960s - 1980s. (48*)£15-20 990. Various nonleague football programmes from 1946/7 onwards; to incl Wigan Athletic v Oswestry, plus Gloucester, Hillingdon, Bromley, Redhill, Hornchurch, Faversham, Dagenham, Leyton, Bury Town, Lowestoft, Cheltenham, Enfield, Dulwich, FA Cup qualifying rds, Varsity matches et al (F) (42*) £20-25 991. Various football programmes from the early 1960s onwards: to incl World Cup qualifying, European Championships, European Cup, FA Cup, Charity Shield, school boy internationals from 1960s – 1980s – some with defects.

Hence (P/G) (37) £15-20 992. 35 x various Reserve team football programmes from the early 1960s onwards: to incl Huddersfield, Blackburn, Preston, WBA, Sheffield Wednesday, Stoke, Tottenham, Manchester City, Stockport Chelsea et al (F/G). (35) £15-20 993. Football selection: to incl Booby Moore FDC, 4x various Soccer Stars Picture Stamp Albums, 11x various Football Annuals from 1948/9 onwards, Football League reviews and various facsimile signed team sheets etc ( a lot) £30-40 994. 200 x various football programmes from the 1960s: mostly domestic games incl some FA Cup qualifiers – covering most teams (F). £30-40 995. 1936/7 Arsenal v Birmingham football match programme: played at Arsenal Stadium on 20th March 1937 (G) £15-20 996. 1931 Brentford v Portsmouth - F A Cup tie match programme: FA Cup 4th round played at Griffin Park on Saturday 24th January 1931 – spine rebound, and some repairs internally hence (F) £30-50 997. 1929 Chelsea v Portsmouth F A Cup tie match programme: 5th round of the FA Cup played at Stamford Bridge on 16th February 1929 plus a card signed by Andy Wilson & Alex Cheyne – sellotape repairs to spine – well read – hence (P/F) £25-30 998. Quantity of Welsh Cup football programmes: from late „70s to the early „90s to incl Newport, Swansea City, Aberystwyth, Oswestry, Colwyn Bay, Welshpool. Lex, Kidderminster Harriers, Ebbw Vale, Wrexham, and Guytre United Merthyr Tydfil, Rhyl, Shrewsbury Town and Cardiff et al. (150*) £15-20 999. Various European domestic club match programmes: from 1954 up to 1990s – mostly „60s to incl European Cup, Inter City Fairs Cup, European Cup Winners Cup, Challenge Matches, European Amateur Cup Winners Cup et al – Finals and Semi Finals Clubs incl Rangers, Eintracht, Burnley Hamburg, Manchester United, Ferencvaros, Real Madrid, Celtic, Inter Milan, A.C. Milan, Liverpool, Newcastle, Cardiff et al plus ‟54 West Ham v Milan Flood light match – neatly contained in folder (G) (41) £80-120 1000. 46x FA Cup semi final football programmes: from the 1960s, 70s and 80s to incl Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United , Sheffield Wednesday, WBS, Birmingham, Leicester, Everton, Arsenal, Stoke, et al – neatly contained a folder (G) £50-75 1001. Liverpool signed book: titled “Liverpool All time Greats” publ‟d in 1998 and signed by 16 players to either the inside front page or to their player profiles to incl Phil Neal, Ian St. John, Tommy Smith, Ian rush, Lawrenson, Alan Kennedy, Roger Hunt, Heighway, Hanson, Dalglish, Clemence , Jimmy Case John Barnes et al (G) £50-75 1002. 1970s Leeds United Cup Final & Semi Final football programmes: to incl 1970 FA Cup Final v Chelsea plus replay at Old Trafford, 1972 FA Cup Final v Arsenal, 1973 FA Cup Final v Sunderland and & ‟75 European Cup Semi Final v Barcelona (A) (F/G) (5) £45-50 1003. Leeds United in Europe football programmes, team sheets and tickets: from 1960s to 2000s to incl v Torino ‟65, Valencia ‟66, v Ujpesti SC ‟66, v Partizan Belgrade ‟67, v Calcio Napoli ‟68, v Hanover ‟68 and Ujpesti Dozsa ‟69 et al plus team sheets and tickets from the late 1990s/2000s (F/G) (40*) £40-50 1004. Luton Town football programmes from the early 1960s: to incl, 5x 1961/62, 8x 1962/ 63, 12 x 1963/64 and 8x1964/65 (F/G). (33) £15-20 1005. 1946/47 Wigan Athletic v Chester football programme; Cheshire League match played at Springfield Park on Wednesday 18th September 1946- with faults hence (P) plus a selection of Football Annuals and Handbooks from 1946 onwards (15) £20 -30 1006. Large quantity of Scottish league football programmes: from the „60s to the „90s – just too many to count. £20-30 1007. Large quantity of Scottish football programmes: mostly from 70s to incl Internationals, World Cup qualifying, Home Championships, Cup and League Cup etc – just too many to count. £20-30 1008. Collection of football ephemera: incl 2x pre war scrap books, and various early post war football handbooks, annuals, yearbooks, sports magazines etc. £15-20 1009. Manchester United collection of newspapers, programmes and tickets: newspapers incl Evening Chronicle Football Pink with 3x 1930s, 12x „40/50s, 11x early „60s, 6x match tickets from „60s & 70s, 1968 European Cup final programme and small selection from the ‟50s to the „90s incl pre & post Munich (45* ) £35-40 1010.13 x Cup Final and Charity Shield football programmes: to incl FA Cup ‟74, ‟75, ‟78, ‟80, ‟81 plus replay, League Cup „72, ‟85 and Charity Shield ‟74 and 75 and the Book on Bishop Auckland Football Club titled “Glory Days” 1st ed. c/w d/j. (14) £20-25 1011. Collection of Football Programmes 1940s to 1960s: incl 48/49Newcastle Utd. Res v Blackpool Res and others first team games from the 60s and 70s , plus Continental Friendlies, Scottish and League domestic games, England Internationals, World Cup et al – over 70 programmes from „50s - a good selection – worth an inspecting. (145*). £35-50 1012. Collection of Midlands football programmes from the 1960s to 1980s; to incl 80x West Bromwich Albion to incl Canadian Tour, Res etc , 35x Aston Villa and 10x Wolverhampton Wanderers. (125*) £15-20 1013. Collection of Scottish league football programmes from 1959/60 to the mid „60s: to incl Montrose v Ayr ‟56, Rangers v Raith Rovers and Arbroath ‟59/60, Hibs. v Real Madrid ‟64 others incl Greenock Morton v Metz, plus Motherwell, Falkirk, Partick Thistle, St. Johnstone, Kilmarnock, Queen of the South, Hearts, et al (F/G) (30) £10-20 1014.Collection of 1950s League and some non league football programmes: to incl Bradford Park Av, Charlton,

Chesterfield, Coventry, Colchester, Chelsea, Sheffield Wed, Sheffield Utd, Lincoln, Grimsby, Darlington, Portsmouth, Swindon et al. (75*) £30-50 1015. Collection of 1960s Non League football programmes: to incl Tamworth, Stourbridge, Sutton, Romford, Kings Lynn, Tooting & Mitcham, Yeovil, Hendon, Atherstone, and various other teams from Midlands ( 70*) £15-20 1016.13x England football programmes & tickets: to incl 1966 World Cup Final and later World Cup qualifiers, plus v Brazil ‟63, European Championships, British Championships et al (F/G) plus 16x tickets from 1959 v Scotland plus FA Cup some duplicates etc. ( 39) £75-80 1017. Collection of 1960/70/80s Cup Final and Semi Final football programmes and song sheets: mostly F A Cup to incl 10x FA Cup Finals from 1954 to 1977, 8x FA Cup Semi Finals from 1961 to 1983 plus 1964/5 FA Cup 5 th rd replay (pirate); 4x FA Cup Song Sheets from ‟65 to „70 plus 7x League Cup Finals from the 1970s and also 6x FA Cup Challenge Vase – some duplicates (F/G). (35) £50-70 1018. Scarce 1963 East Germany v England football programme : played at Leipzig on 2nd June 1963 plus 8x Schools International match programmes mostly from the „60s incl England v Germany, v Eire, Wales, and Scotland, Germany V Wales, etc – (G) (10) £45-50 1019. 6x European Cup Finals, Semi Final and preliminary football programmes: to incl BSC Young Boys v Limerick played in Switzerland on 5th Oct 1960, Athletico Madrid v Tottenham Hotspur Final 1963, Club Brugge v Liverpool ‟78 (Wembley) and Bayern Munich v Aston Villa ‟82 (Rotterdam) plus 2x Aston Villa v Anderlecht ‟82 (Semi) and v Juventus ‟83 (Quarter) plus two others. (G) £30-50 1020. Collection of Birmingham City football programmes mostly from the „70s: mostly homes incl Texaco Cup and Inter City (G) (70) £15-20 1021. Collection of general league domestic football programmes from the ‟60s & 70s; mostly „60s to incl Shrewsbury, Brentford, Torquay, Bristol Rovers, Bournemouth & Boscombe, Brighton & Hove, Aldershot, Sheffield Utd ,Southampton, Manchester Utd, et al , (F/G) £20-40 1022. Collection of various football trade cards: to incl 14x Typhoo Tea Football Teams, 12x Topical Times Colour Football player panels, plus a collection of Victor (Periodical) real photograph cards incl “Famous Teams in Football History” set of 11/12, “Star Teams of 1961” set of 22/22 plus 15x “Cup-Tie Stars of All Nations” and Collection of facsimile signed football cards in 2x original plastic wallets and The Lion and The Valiant (Periodical) football charts (A lot) £40-60 1023. Collection of pre and post war Sports Argus Football newspaper reports on the FA Cup Final: incl 1931 headlines “Throstles Song of Triumph” victory over Birmingham City with hopes of The Double by winning the Div. II championship j just being pipped Everton but still gained promotion back to Div.I plus others covering Wolverhampton Wanderers, Aston Villa,. 1966 World Cup etc and various football magazines incl Charles Buchan, Stars of Soccer et al .( A lot) £20-25 1024. 1950‟60s Wolverhampton Wanderers football autographs: 3x album pages signed by 17 players incl Billy Wright, Bert Williams, Broadbent, Shorthouse, Les Smith, Ron Flowers, Hancocks, et al plus a single page signed by Stan Cullis (Manager) £50-60 1025. 1955/56 Manchester City football autographs: 3x album pages signed by 11 players mostly appeared in both FA Cup Finals to incl Trautmann, Leivers, Little, Barnes, Fagan, Johnstone, Dyson, Paul, Ewing, Clarke, and Hayes. £50-60 1026.4x various silver and enamel football medals/badges: to incl Chiswick District Football League winner‟s medal engraved and dated 1926/7, Alton Football Competition winner‟s medal engraved and date 1931 plus Brass and enamel West London Schools Football League medal engraved on the reverse 1905 together with an Exeter Referees Association Conference Medal dated 1950. (VG). £60-70 1027. Fine London Football Association 9ct gold and enamel medal: presented “Mid Week Cup” competition hallmarked Birmingham 1927/28 in original case. £70-75 1028. Fine London Football Association 9ct gold and enamel medal: presented “Mid Week Cup” competition hallmarked Birmingham 1928/29 – in original case. £70-75 1029. Fine Hampshire Football Association 9ct gold medal: engraved on the reverse “Hampshire League Division Two Winners 1938/9” in original case. £70-75 1030. Fine Kent County Football Association 9ct gold enamel medal: engraved on the reverse “Amateur Cup – Runners Up – 1927/28” in maker‟s original case H G Croneen, High St, Gillingham. £60-70 1031. Fine Kent County Football Association 9ct gold enamel medal: engraved on the reverse “Amateur Cup – Runners Up – 1928/29” in original period case. £60-70 1032. Fine Gloucestershire Football Association 9ct gold and enamel medal: engraved on the reverse “Senior Amateur Cup Finalists 1936/7” in original box inscribed in gilt to the lid “Worcestershire F.A.” £60-70 1033. Fine Sheffield & Hallamshire Football Association 9ct gold and enamel medal: engraved on the reverse “Thursday Amateur League” hallmarked Birmingham 1922/23 in original case. £60-70 Note The Sheffield and Hallamshire Football Association (originally called the Sheffield Football Association) was formed in Sheffield in 1867 and was the first County Football Association in England. Its teams adopted the Sheffield Rules

of football up until 1878 when they were merged with the Football Associations rules. Its members include some of the oldest football clubs in the world, such as Sheffield and Hallam. Today, the County FA is responsible for the administration, control, promotion and development of grass-roots football within Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham, Barnsley, Worksop and Huddersfield 1034. 2x Fine County Football Association Fine 9ct gold and enamel medals: incl Derbyshire F.A. engraved on the reverse “Div. Cup - Runners Up 1921-22” and Devon F.A. hallmarked Birmingham 1928/29 (VG) £100-120 1035. 1951/52 Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. Reserves Champions - Central Football League winners silver and enamel medal: engraved on the reverse “Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. Champions 1951-52 v The Rest – At Wolverhampton Sept 29th 1951”- c/w suspension ring. £250-300 1036. 1955/56 Manchester United Reserves Champions - Central Football League winners silver and enamel medal: engraved on the reverse Manchester United F.C. Champions 1955-56 v The Rest – At Old Trafford Manchester Sept. 29th 1956 – Reserve” – c/w suspension ring. £250-300 1037. 1956/57 Liverpool F.C. Reserves Champions - Central Football League winners silver and enamel medal: engraved on the reverse “Liverpool F.C. Champions 1956-57 v The Rest – At Anfield Liverpool Sept 18th 1957” £250-300 1038. 3x Various Football Association silver and enamel medals: to incl Western India FA medal with embossed football scene to the obverse and engraved and dared on the reverse 1933, Surrey FA engraved 1935/35 and Berks & Bucks FA winners medal dated 1932/33. (G) £45-60 1039. 3x County Football Association silver and enamel medals: to incl Cornwall & Devon F.A. engraved 47/48, Devon F.A. engraved 37/38 and Gloucestershire FA hallmarked Birmingham 1959/60. £45-60 1040. 3x County Football Association silver and enamel medals: to incl Herefordshire Football League hallmarked Birmingham 1946/47, East Riding Football Association engraved and dated 1934/35 and Birmingham Football Association engraved and dated 1962/63 £45-60 1041. 3x County Football Association silver and enamel medals: to incl Hertfordshire FA engraved and dated 1913/14, Lancashire F.A. engraved and dates1918/19 and Cheshire silver gilt hallmarked Birmingham 1956/57 £45-60 1042. 2x Football silver and enamel medals: to incl Essex Junior Challenge Cup medal 1927/28 with blank back and Northern Amateur Football League “Clarence (Mates) Cup” and engraved on the reverse 190/31. (F/G) £25-30 1043. 36x Football League brass and enamel club and other pin badges: mostly non-league related but incl Ipswich Town, Aston Villa, Leyton, Tranmere Rovers plus South Conference, Chichester City, Tilbury, Newcastle City Amateur, Birkenhead & Wirral, Sussex Senior Cup selection, Lewes, et al mostly modern (G) (36) £50-60 1044. 2x 1970 Mexico World Cup Official FIFA Cine Films: to incl West Germany v England and Final West Germany v Italy –both in the original boxes £40-60 1045. 1930 Original pen and ink football sketch: signed and dated by the artist Louis A King November 1930 depicting two players going up to head the ball – mf &g 12.5 x 10.5” £45-50 1046 2x Official Football Association Merchandise: to incl a stainless travel clock and ladies wrist watch – both in matching blue and silver boxes with FA Crest to lids (G) £50-60 1047. 1953/54 Manchester United “A” v Stockport County “A” football programme: single sheet for “The Gilgryst Cup Final” played on Tuesday 27th April at 7pm – some creases and minor tear hence (P) £75-100 1048. 1958 Manchester United signed football programme: v Aston Villa Boxing Day 1958 signed to the centre team page by Bill Foulkes, Joe Carolan, Freddie Goodwin, Ronnie Cope, Wilf McGuiness & Warren Bradley (and on the front cover) – vertical pocket fold (F/G) £60-70 1049. 1952 Blackburn Rovers v Newcastle United FA Cup semi final replay football programme:, played at Elland Road Leeds on Wednesday 2nd April 1952 (F/G)£80-120 1050. George Best signed First Day Cover: for Italia 90 and signed to the front by George Best, Emlyn Hughes, Martin Peters and Joe Corrigan (G) £100-120 1051. 2x pre war football railway time table handbills: 2x early hand bills incl GWR for the South Western Championship Football final Somerset v Devon on January 31 st 1903 & LMS for Lancashire Combination Football Match “The James Thompson Charity Cup Final” between Barrow & Morecambe on Wednesday 15 th April 1925 both with faults hence (P) £25-30 1052. 1961 Hungary v Wales football programme: played in Hungary at The Nep Stadium 28th May 1961. (G) £30-40 1053. 1952 Juventus v Arsenal friendly football programme: a return friendly match played in Torino 14th May 1959 (VG) £40-50 1054. 1994 Arsenal v Parma European Cup Winners Cup Final football programme: c/w rare Parma team amendment sheet, played in Copenhagen 4th May (VG) £60-70 1055 2x war time Manchester United v Manchester City football programmes: 2x Home single sheet issues for league match on 18th November 1944 and Cup Qualifying Competition on the 3 rd February 1945 – both well used ( minor tears and nicks and creases) hence( P) £50-60 1056. Collection of 1950/1 Manchester City football programmes (H): v Chesterfield, Hull City, Luton Town, Brentford, Swansea, Blackburn Rovers, Barnsley, Grimsby Town, Southampton & Preston North End - some creasing & folds, the odd team change otherwise (F/G) (10) £70-80

1057. 1956 Manchester v Birmingham FA Cup Final football programme, ticket and song sheet: some minor defects to the ticket and song sheet otherwise (F/G) £40-50 1058. 1924/25 New Brighton AFC v Ashington football programme: Third Div. Northern Section played on Saturday March 14th at Sandheys Park - ex bound issue with light creasing and small split to middle of the spine hence ( F/G) £350-400 1059. 1932/3 New Brighton v Hull City football programme: Div. Three (Northern) played on Saturday March 25 th 193 , coupon removed from the top left and right hand corners of both pages, ex bound volume with visible stitching, light creasing hence ( F) £275-300 1060. World Cup and Federation Cup match football tickets: to incl 2x unused 2002 World Cup Final Germany v Brazil & Semi Final Brazil v Turkey. plus 2x 2003 Federations Cup Final Cameron v France and Semi Final France v Turkey (4) VG £40-60 1061. Original Eric Thompson football cartoon newspaper sketch: relating to Arsenal (1) v Sunderland (2) featuring Mercer, Goring, Lisham, and Shaw - dated September 1952, and signed by Eric Thompson. £75-100 1062. Original Eric Thompson football cartoon newspaper sketch: relating to Sheffield Wednesday (3) v Cardiff City (0) featuring Capewell. Dooley, Montgomery and Howells dated January 1953 and signed by Eric Thompson £75-100 1063. Original Eric Thompson football cartoon newspaper sketch: relating to Manchester City (1) v Derby County (0) featuring Hart, Rigby and Oliver dated December 1952 and signed by Eric Thompson. £75-100 1064. Original Eric Thompson football cartoon newspaper sketch: relating to Sheffield United (2) v Birmingham City (2) featuring Hagan, Rowley, Hawksworth & Wardle dated October 1952 and signed by Eric Thompson .£75-100 1065. Original Eric Thompson football cartoon newspaper sketch: relating to Sheffield Wednesday (3) v Portsmouth (4) featuring Jack Froggattt, Dooley, Redfern, Mundy and Scoular - dated November 1952 and signed by Eric Thompson £75-100 1066. Chelsea match worn football shirt: No 11 dark blue & silver trim Chelsea Away shirt worn by Duff c/w embroidered club badge and sponsors “Fly Emirates” to front with No 11 and Duff to rear c/w Premiership flashes. Comes with full COA. £100-120 1067. Middlesbrough match worn signed football shirt: No 32 red long sleeve shirt worn by Johnston and signed by 13 players to the player‟s c/w embroidered badge & Sponsors "BT Cellnet" to front and No.32 Johnston to rear c/w Premiership flashes. £100-140 1068. Kent County Football Association football cap: A Dark Blue velvet cap with light blue trim c/w makers label Club Sport Supplies Ltd London. (VG) £60 - 75 1069. Pele Brazil signed Adidas football boot and coloured photograph: both signed by Pele in silver felt tip pen – the action acrobat photograph is mounted and ready for framing – overall 16 x 30”. £100-150

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