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On thursday 6th of April  some shirts went under the hammer at auction house Mullock Madeley.

Here you find the all shirts at auction:

Football & Rugby Sale - Thursday 6 April 2006

311 Boots: A pair of size 11 ½ white football boots made by Manfield of Banbury from kangaroo hide c/w studs and laces (signs of wear). 150-200
Note: In the run up to the 1963 FA Cup Final much press interest was made of the boots which Ken was intending to wear in his final game. However as he was putting his boot on, on the day an FA official kindly expressed that it would not be the right thing to do. He subsequently wore them in charity and testimonial matches with many comments that when a player is looking down he could easily spot the referee.

 In the run up to the 1963 FA Cup Final much press interest was made of the boots which Ken was intending to wear in his final game. However as he was putting his boot on, on the day an FA official kindly expressed that it would not be the right thing to do. He subsequently wore them in charity and testimonial matches with many comments that when a player is looking down he could easily spot the referee

 

314 Autographed Player’s Shirt: Manchester United FA Cup Final Wembley 1983 red No. 11 shirt worn by Alan Davis and autographed in marker pen by 12 players and Ron Atkinson. Illustrated. 500-750

Autographed Player’s Shirt: Manchester United FA Cup Final Wembley 1983 red No. 11 shirt worn by Alan Davis

 

316 Player’s Shirt: A red match worn shirt with embroidered Welsh badge v Scotland 1972/73 and N. 14 to rear. Illustrated. 150-250
Note: This shirt was worn by Malcolm Page who was an unused referee in this match played at the Racecourse Ground, Wrexham

316Player’s Shirt: A red match worn shirt with embroidered Welsh badge v Scotland 1972/73 and N. 14 to rear.

 

317 Birmingham City Player’s Shirt: Match worn blue and white long sleeve shirt with initials B.C.F.C. t front and No. 8 to rear. Illustrated. 100-200
Note: This shirt was worn by Trevor Francis during his time at the club.

Birmingham City Player’s Shirt: Match worn blue and white long sleeve shirt with initials B.C.F.C. to front and No. 2 to rear.

 

323 Norwich City Player’s Shirt: Yellow with green trim, cuffs and collar, match worn long sleeve shirt with embroidered cloth badge, mounted on board with legend “Martin Peters No. 11 Norwich City Football Club season 1976/77” signed by Martin Peters in ink, framed and glazed (25” x 16”). 500-600 Note: Martin Peters played for Norwich City between 1974-1978 and was the club’s Player of the Season 1976/77. Illustrated.

323Norwich City Player’s Shirt: Yellow with green trim, cuffs and collar, match worn long sleeve shirt with embroidered cloth badge, mounted on board with legend “Martin Peters No. 11 Norwich City Football Club season 1976/77” signed by Martin Peters

318 Birmingham City Player’s Shirt: Match worn blue and white long sleeve shirt with initials B.C.F.C. to front and No. 2 to rear. 100-150 Note: This shirt was worn by Ray Martin during the early 1970s.

319 Birmingham City Player’s Shirt: Match worn blue and white long sleeve shirt with globe and football crest to front, and No. 16 to rear. 100-150 Note: This shirt was worn by Mark McCarrick circa 1983.

320 Birmingham City Player’s shirt: Match worn blue and white long sleeve shirt with globe and football crest, and Adidas logo to front, No. 4 to rear. 100-150 Note: This shirt was worn by Colin Todd circa 1980.

321 Birmingham City Player’s Shirt: Match worn blue and white long sleeve shirt with button-up collar, globe and football crest, sponsors “Mark One” to front, No. 5 to rear, and football league flashes. 100-150 Note: This shirt was worn by Bill Wright.

322 Birmingham City Goal Keeper’s Shirt: Match worn grey and white long sleeve shirt with globe and football crest, sponsors “Triton” to front, and No. 13 to rear. 150-250 Note: This shirt was worn by David Seaman during the late 1980s.

210 Blazer: An official West Bromwich Albion blazer with embroidered club badge depicting the throstle and lettering “WBAFC” below; plus blue and white tie. (2). Illustrated. 150-250
Note: A blazer was issued to each member of the team and worn on the FA Cup Final day 1954.

324 Wolverhampton Wanderers Player’s shirt: Old gold with black and gold collar and cuffs, match worn, long sleeve shirt with embroidered badge, sponsors “Tatung” to front, and No. 7 to rear. 100-150 Note: This shirt was worn by Kenny Hibbitt during the 1982/83 season.

325 Wolverhampton Wanderers Player’s Shirt: Old gold with black collar and cuffs, match worn shirt, embroidered crest and sponsors “Goodyear” to front, No. 6 to rear c/w football league flashes. 100-150 Note: This shirt was worn by Peter Shirtliff during the 1994/95 season

326 West Bromwich Albion Player’s Shirt: Blue and white stripes with blue button up collar and embroidered throstle, match worn shirt, embroidered crest badge, sponsors “Guests” to front, No. 6 to rear c/w football league flashes. 100-150

327 Ipswich Town Player’s Shirt: Blue with white ‘V’ neck collar, match worn short sleeve shirt, embroidered club badge, sponsors “Fisons” to front, No. 5 Wark to rear c/w Premiership flashes. 150-250 Note: This shirt was worn by John Wark during the 1996/67 season.

328 Nottingham Forest Player’s Shirt: Red with white collar match worn short sleeve shirt embroidered, club crest, sponsors “Shipstones” to front, No. 3 to rear, autographed in marker pen by 20 players including Roy Keane, Nigel Clough, Brian Clough, Walker etc; plus a signed team photograph signed by 19. 150-200 Note: This shirt was worn by Stuart Pearce c1990.

329 Crystal Palace Player’s Shirt: Red and blue with red button-up collar and cuffs, match worn long sleeve, embroidered club crest, sponsors “Virgin” to front, No. 8 to rear c/w football league flashes. 100-150 Note: This shirt was worn by Geoff Thomas during the 1990/91 season.

330 England Shirt: White match worn long sleeve shirt with embroidered 3 lions badge, No. 7 to rear, autographed to front by Kevin Keegan. 100-200 Note: This is an early style shirt possibly c1974.

331 Autographed Shirt: A replica Arsenal yellow shirt autographed in marker pen by 22 players c/w sponsors logo “Sega” to front. 150-200

332 Autographed Rugby Shirt: A red Dream Lions rugby shirt with embroidered badge autographed by 15 of the greatest Lions players including Gareth Edwards, Barry John, Gavin Hastings, Scott Gibbs, Jeremy Guscott, etc. plus Ian McGeechan. 400-500

worn yellow admiral shirt with embroidered lions badge

Further reading

Rare Manchester United Programmes goes under the Hammer

A rare programme for the very first match ever to be held at Manchester United’s famous Old Trafford ground in 1910 goes under the hammer next month – with a price tag of up to £3,500. .

The eight page programme, numbered ‘New Series number 1’ will be auctioned by Europe’s number one sporting auctioneers, Shropshire based Mullock Madeley at their next sale of sporting memorabilia at Ludlow Racecourse on 5th April.

‘The match held on February 19th 1910 was appropriately against traditional rivals Liverpool,’ said the auctioneer’s Football Specialist William Andrews. ‘It is extremely rare, and is particularly sought after by the growing number of world wide Manchester United memorabilia collectors.

‘It features pictures of the United stars Meredith and Roberts together with descriptions of the new ground and the usual team line ups. Although in not the best of condition, it is so rare that we have estimated it to go for between £2,500 and £3,500 – such is the considerable interest in Manchester United memorabilia

‘There is an ever growing interest in collecting football programmes generally , and we are expecting considerable interest in this one – as well as the many other rare programmes we have in the sale.’

Also going under the hammer is a full set of programmes for Norwich City’s home matches in the 1933-34 season – expected to reach up to £3,500, and a complete set of programmes for Ipswich Town’s home matches for the 1938-39 season – the first time the club were in the Football League.

‘Collectors pay high prices for programmes for matches where the unusual happened, and we are offering just the sort of thing with a programme for an England Argentina match played in 1953 when the Referee stopped play after just 21 minutes because there was a huge downpour.

‘World Cup programmes continue to be highly sought after and we are offering a group of them – and we expect them to reach up to £2,500.’

pair of sasco football boots

RARE NORWICH CITY PROGRAMMES GO UNDER HAMMER

A rare full set of programmes for Norwich City’s home matches in the 1933-34 season goes under the hammer next month – with a price tag of £3,500. The programmes will be auctioned by Europe’s number one sporting auctioneers, Shropshire based Mullock Madeley at their next sale of sporting memorabilia at Ludlow Racecourse on April 5th.

Also going under the hammer is a complete set of programmes for Ipswich Town’s home matches for the 1938-39 season – the first time the club were in the Football League. ‘Collectors pay high prices for programmes these days, and there is no let up in the rising interest in this form of collecting,’ said the auctioneers’ Football Specialist William Andrews. ‘Full sets of programmes are highly sought after – hence the large price tags.

‘Collectors also pay high prices for programmes for matches where the unusual happened, and we are offering just the sort of thing with a programme for an England Argentina match played in 1953 when the Referee stopped play after just 21 minutes because there was a huge downpour. ‘World Cup programmes continue to be highly sought after and we are offering a group of them – and we expect them to reach up to £2,500.’

Also in the sale is a rare programme for the first ever match played at Old Trafford - between Manchester United and Liverpool in 1910.- expected to reach up to £3,500 on its own.

 

 

 

 


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