A football shirt worn by the man voted the greatest ever Celtic player by supporters has failed to reach its reserve price at auction.
Jimmy Johnstone, who died in March, aged 61, wore the top in the 1967 World Club Championship in Uruguay against Racing Club of Argentina.
Auctioneers Bonhams had expected the top to fetch £9,000.
A pair of boots worn by fellow Lisbon Lion Tommy Gemmell in the 1967 European Cup Final were also being auctioned.
The boots were expected to sell for £8,000.