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Sale Day: 18/01/2019

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LotLateDescriptionSale Price
1 ARSENAL Home Reserve team programmes v. Southend United Reserves 4/5/1929. The outer red cover is missing but it is not ex-binder. Fair£0.00
2 ARSENAL V NEWCASTLE UNITED 1929 Programme for the League match at Arsenal 30/11/1929, horizontal fold and staples rusted away leaving marks throughout, team changes and scores entered. Fair£45.00
3 ARSENAL V READING 1942 Single sheet programme for the FL South match at Arsenal 24/10/1942, pencil team changes and scores entered, slight horizontal creased and a few nicks. Generally good£22.00
4 MUHAMMAD ALI V HENRY COOPER AT ARSENAL Official programme with insert and pirate programme issued by Starkey for the fight at Arsenal FC 21/5/1966. The official programme has small writing on the centre pages. Generally good£70.00
5 ASTON VILLA V WEST BROMWICH ALBION 1921 Programme for the League match at Villa 15/10/1921, very slight crease. Generally good£85.00
6 BIRMINGHAM CITY V TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1948 Programme for the Division 2 match at Birmingham with the editorial heading "Champions". Very slightly creased. Generally good£20.00
7 BIRMINGHAM CITY V MANCHESTER UNITED 1950 Programme for the League match at Birmingham 10/4/1950, slight vertical crease and team changes. Generally good£30.00
8 BLACKBURN ROVERS V NEWCASTLE UNITED 1945 Programme for the FL North match at Blackburn 1/12/1945, slight horizontal crease, very slightly marked and minor split on spine. Fair to generally good£40.00
9 1946 FA CUP SEMI-FINAL Bolton v Charlton at Villa Park 23/3/1946, slightly worn at horizontal fold. Fair to generally good£50.00
10 BRENTFORD V SHEFFIELD UNITED 1935 Special Division II Championship issue for the League match at Brentford 4/5/1935, slight vertical fold and month and year written on the cover. Generally£28.00
11 BURNLEY Official brochure, The Story of Our Epic Bid For the Double covering the 1946/7 season. Generally good£28.00
12 CHELSEA V EVERTON 1938 Programme for the FA Cup tie at Chelsea 8/1/1938, very slightly creased and slightly rusty staple. Generally good£45.00
13 CHELSEA Single card and ticket for the home Youth Cup tie v. Slough Town 1/12/1973. The programme bas a slight vertical crease with team changes and scores entered and the ticket is unused. Generally good£280.00
14 CHESTERFIELD V BURY 1945 Programme for the FL North match at Chesterfield 26/12/1945, slight horizontal crease and very slight wear with typed team changes. Generally good£28.00
15 CLAPTON ORIENT V NOTTINGHAM FOREST 1914 Programme for the Division 2 match at Orient 12/12/1914. Slight ageing marks. Generally good£130.00
16 CLAPTON V GNOME 1919 Single sheet programme for the FA 5th Qualifying Round at Clapton, 1919 -20, creased and very slight ageing marks. Fair£55.00
17 COLCHESTER UNITED V SWINDON TOWN 1946 Programme for the Colchester 1st team at home to Swindon Town 23/3/1946 in the Southern League Cup, team changes. Generally good£55.00
18 COVENTRY CITY V ASTON VILLA 1946 Programme for the FL South match at Coventry 27/4/1946, slightly horizontal crease. Generally good£85.00
19 DONCASTER ROVERS V STOCKPORT COUNTY 1946 Programme for the 3rd Division North match at Doncaster 23/3/1946, slightly creased and an ink mark bottom left. Fair to generally good£0.00
20 SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUP FINAL 1953 Programme for Scottish League Cup Final, East Fife v Partick Thistle 24/10/1953 at Hampden Park, very slight horizontal crease. Generally good£50.00
21 GILLINGHAM V NORTHAMPTON TOWN 1925 Programme for the Division III South match at Gillingham 30/9/1925, horizontal crease. Generally good£240.00
22 HAYES V PEGASUS 1952 Programme and ticket for the Amateur Cup tie at Hayes 13/12/1952, slightly creased, small writing on cover and scores entered. Ticket very slightly creased. Generally good£50.00
23 HUDDERSFIELD TOWN V BLACKPOOL 1937 Programme for the League match at Huddersfield 28/8/1937, slight horizontal crease and staples removed. Generally good£80.00
24 HUDDERSFIELD TOWN V MANCHESTER UNITED 1950 Programme for the League match at Huddersfield 25/3/1950, slight horizontal crease. Generally good£30.00
25 LUTON TOWN V TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1948 Programme for the league match at Luton v Spurs, 23/10/1948. Generally good£20.00
26 MANCHESTER UNITED V SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 1946 Single sheet programme for the FL North match at United 20/4/1946. Good£35.00
27 MILLWALL RESERVES 1912 Home programme for the Kent League match v. Walthamstow Grange 26/12/1912, ex-binder 8 page programme. Generally good£170.00
28 NORWICH CITY V EXETER CITY 1934 Programme for the League match at Norwich 10/3/1934, vertical crease and slightly rusty staples. Generally good£85.00
29 NOTTINGHAM FOREST V WATFORD 1946 Programme for the FA Cup tie at Forest 5/1/1946, slightly creased. Generally good£20.00
30 NOTTS COUNTY V NOTTINGHAM FOREST 1945 Programme for the match at Notts County 21/4/1945, very slight horizontal crease and typed team changes. Generally good£20.00
31 PORTSMOUTH V TOTTENHAM 1951 Programme for the League match at Portsmouth 24/3/1951 in Spurs Championship winning season. Slightly creased. Generally good£40.00
32 QPR V BRIGHTON 1935 Programme for the League match , QPR v Brighton 12/9/1935, very slightly creased and staple rusted away. Generally good£130.00
33 WEST HAM UNITED V SHEFFIELD UNITED 1928 Programme for the League match at West Ham 25/8/1928, horizontal crease and team changes. Generally good£160.00
34 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR Eighteen home programmes and England v Italy from season 1949/50. Most are slightly creased and some have team changes and scores entered. Generally good£170.00
35 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR Twenty home programmes from season 1948/9 including Nottingham Forest postponed 27/11/1948. Most are slightly creased and some have team changes and scores entered. Generally good£180.00
36 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR Fifteen home programmes from season 1947/8. Most are slightly creased and some have team changes and scores entered. Generally good£180.00
37 TOTTENHAM HOTPSUR Ten home programmes for season 1946/7 v. Man. City, Sheff. Weds., Bury, Chesterfield, Bradford PA, Coventry, WBA, Stoke, Luton and Barnsley. Most are slightly creased and a few have team changes. Generally good£220.00
38 LEYTON ORIENT Twenty home programmes including 6 Reserves for season 1949/50, most are slightly creased and some have team changes. Fair to generally good£220.00
39 LEYTON ORIENT Eight home programmes for season 1947/8 including C. Palace, Notts. Co., Aldershot, Brighton, Southend, Swansea, Port Vale and Torquay. Most are slightly creased and some have team changes. Fair to generally good£50.00
40 LEYTON ORIENT Six home programmes for season 1948/9 including Walsall, Torquay, Aldershot, Brighton, Southend and Swansea. Most are slightly creased and some have team changes. Generally good£50.00
41 PLYMOUTH 1913-14 Scarce Plymouth Argyle handbook, 1913-14, many photographs inside of the Argyle players and historical team groups. 104 pages, some pencil scores noted, slight tear to spine but otherwise generally good. Fair-generally good£130.00
42 PLYMOUTH 1923-24 Plymouth Argyle handbook , 1923-24, 80 pages, numerous photographs, a few minor marks here and there, very slight spine damage . Fair-generally good£95.00
43 PLYMOUTH 1946-47 Plymouth Argyle handbook, 1946-47, 56 pages, tape along centre pages , name on cover but otherwise generally good. Fair£25.00
44 PLYMOUTH - EVERTON 1930 Plymouth Argyle home programme v Everton, 30/8/1930, Division 2, Everton won the Second Division Championship this season. Front cover has slightly lost some of the green colour in parts but otherwise the programme is generally good, slight folds but no writing. Fair-generally good£220.00
45 PLYMOUTH - WEST HAM 1939-40 Very scarce Plymouth Argyle home programme , v West Ham, 26/8/1939, one of only three games played before the outbreak of World War 2 and the seasons fixtures being abandoned. West Ham won the game 3-1 although Plymouth won their other two games which were both away games. The programme is complete ( 32 pages) and is a little worn with folds and slight creasing but no writing. Fair£300.00
46 PLYMOUTH - CHELSEA 46 Plymouth home programme v Chelsea, 22/4/46, quite scarce, foxing to pages but no writing, slight wear. Fair£180.00
47 PLYMOUTH - TOTTENHAM 46 Plymouth home programme v Tottenham, 30/3/46, name on back cover, worn along folds. Fair£65.00
48 PLYMOUTH - ARSENAL 45 Plymouth home programme v Arsenal, 24/11/45, slight folds, no writing. Generally good£45.00
49 PLYMOUTH - MAN CITY 46 Plymouth home programme v Manchester City, 26/12/46, rather amazingly the two teams had played each other the day before in Manchester (Christmas Day). Light green coloured programme, clear tape along folds, no writing. Fair£0.00
50 PLYMOUTH - TOTTENHAM 46-7 Plymouth home programme v Tottenham Hotspur, 29/3/47, red paper, slight fold, minor scuff, no writing. Generally good£60.00
51 PLYMOUTH - LEEDS 47 Plymouth home programme v Leeds United 17/9/47, mid week home game. Good£85.00
52 PLYMOUTH - WEST HAM 52 Plymouth home programme v West Ham, 27/9/52, slight fold, score noted. Generally good£20.00
53 PLYMOUTH - LIVERPOOL 56 Plymouth home programme v Liverpool, 11/2/56, slight fold. Generally good£12.00
54 PLYMOUTH RESERVES Five Plymouth Argyle Reserves home programmes, 46/7 v Reading 21/12/46 ( clear tape along spine), Leyton Orient 26/10/46 ( minor writing), Millwall 3/5/47 (tape along fold, creased), 49/50 v Swindon 4/3/50 Combination Cup ( fold, score noted) and 51/2/v Brighton ( creased, rusty staple removed). Fair£35.00
55 MIDDLESBROUGH - PRESTON 1907 Middlesbrough small format Sports gazette Keycard official programme v Preston, 16/2/1907, Common in Boro line-up. Fold, slight spine splitting but complete and no writing. Fair£300.00
56 1933 FA CUP FINAL Official programme 1933 FA Cup Final, Everton v Manchester City, slight tears along spine, no writing, fold, slight staple rusting. Fair-generally good£200.00
57 SPAIN - ENGLAND 1955 Exceedingly rare programme/itinerary , Spain v England 18/5/55 at the Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid, twenty page issue with line-ups, pen pictures of both teams plus itinerary for the visit of the England team. The match ended 1-1 with the England team written in in the space provided and score also noted (1-1). Spanish team included Gento, Kubala and Ramallets in goal whilst England included Edwards, Byrne, Wright and Lofthouse. Generally good£0.00
58 WEST BROM - WALSALL 40 West Brom home programme v Walsall, 20/1/1940, ex bound volume, eight page issue. Generally good£0.00
59 WEST BROM - BOLTON 1902 Issue of Sport and Play dated 13/9/1902 and noted as the official organ of Aston Villa, West Bromwich Albion, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Small Heath Football Clubs and sold at their grounds on match days. Teams listed for West Brom v Bolton and Aston Villa Reserves v Kidderminster Harriers. Sixteen pages with full coverage, fixtures, results etc of all four clubs. Ex bound volume, slight tears to edges. Fair- generally good£120.00
60 WEST BROM - EVERTON 1903 Issue of Sport and Play dated 21/11/1903, official organ for the three Birmingham area clubs and sold at their grounds on match days. Teams listed for West Brom v Everton plus Aston Villa Res v Walsall and Small Heath Res v West Brom Res. Sixteen page issue and includes editorial, fixtures, results etc for West Brom, Aston Villa, Small Heath. Slight tears along spine. Generally good£130.00
61 SPEEDWAY - STAMFORD BRIDGE Eight exceptionally rare postcards of the second year of organised speedway 1929. The cards are of Stamford Bridge riders who were the first British Champions in 1929. All cards are by Stamford Bridge Speedway and produced by R. O. Nichols. They include Wal Phillips, Jack Bishop, Gus Kuhn, Keith Harvey, Frank Arthur, Bill Stanley, Dicky Smythe and Jack Chapman and some show football club terracing in the background. Slight creases. Fair-generally good£100.00
62 FA 1953 Collection of four items relating to the 90th Anniversary of the FA including programme England v Rest of the World programme 21/10/53, official FA Banquet List of Guests and Menu plus Supplementary List of Guests. Previously the property of former Portsmouth and Corinthians player A.E.Knight who was also an England Amateur International. Minor stains. Generally good£0.00
63 YORK - HUDDERSFIELD 1938 Programme, York City v Huddersfield, 5/3/1938, Cup Sixth round., slight fold, the game ended 0-0 together with press cuttings relating to the game and that v Middlesbrough in the previous round. Generally good£80.00
64 FOOTBALL MEDAL 12gram gold Hampshire Football Association medal in original box. Intermediate Cup 1926-27. hall-marked, Hants FA enamel crest on front, inscribed on back and box has Hants FA crest. Made by Vaughtons. The winners were Wellington Works , a team from the Aldershot area. Generally good£0.00
65 FA 1938 A superbly signed Football Association 75th Anniversary Banquet Menu in blue velvet case with gold embossed FA crest and 1863-1938. Alao embossed in gilt is the name of A.E.Knight who was a member of Corinthians FC and also played for Portsmouth and appeared for England v Ireland in 1920. His place card is also included in the Lot. The Menu has been signed by a superb array of the footballing great from the 1880s-1938. 33 autographs including C.B.Fry, E.P.Hendren, J.Pennington, R.Crompton, S.Wadsworth, F.N.S.Creek, A.G.Bower, W.Wedlock, Rev K.R.G.Hunt, B.Howard-Baker, V.Woodward, M.Woosnam, A.G.Doggart, F.Hartley, I.Sharpe, C.Buchan, H.Fleming, C.Burnup, A.Knight, J.Smith , A.Ducat, J.Goodall and others. Most of those named were England Internationals from the 1880s onwards, many also were leading amateurs and a good number played in Cup Finals and some doubled up with cricket. Superb item£460.00
66 LIVERPOOL - HUDDERSFIELD 1938 Liverpool home programme v Huddersfield, 12/2/1938, Cup. Huddersfield won 1-0 and lost in the Final to Preston. Fold, minor tear to top edge otherwise generally good£120.00
67 BRISTOL CITY - ALDERSHOT 1938-39 Bristol City home programme v Aldershot, 29/4/1939, last Bristol home match of the season. Slight fold. Generally good£170.00
68 STAMFORD BRIDGE MEDAL 1909 Medal awarded to Kenneth Powell by the Amateur Atrhletic Association for coming second in the 120 yards hurdles at Stamford Bridge, 3/7/1909 and inscribed to that effect. Hall-marked and comes in original box , made by Vaughtons and top of box has Amatuer Athletic Association 1909 inscribed in gilt lettering.. Powell took part in the 1908 Olympic Games in both athletics and tennis. Powell was killed in 1915 in the World War and was awarded for his bravery post-humously. Good£80.00
69 FULHAM - PORTSMOUTH 1912 Fulham Reserves home programme v Portsmouth, 16/11/1912, probably Southern League, eight page programme plus covers, tape along spine. Folds. Fair-generally good£0.00
70 FULHAM - GRIMSBY 1913 Fulham home programme v Grimsby, 4/1/1913, Division 2, sixteen pages plus covers, slight fold, tape along spine. Fair-generally good£200.00
71 FULHAM - HUDDERSFIELD 1913 Fulham home programme v Huddersfield, 13/9/1913, complete with covers, tape along spine and tear on team page, twelve page issue plus covers. Fair-generally good£240.00
72 FULHAM - GRIMSBY 1913 Fulham home programme v Grimsby, 4/1/1913, Division 2, sixteen pages plus covers, slight fold, tape along spine. Fair-generally good£200.00
73 FULHAM - CRYSTAL PALACE 1921 Four page Fulham home programme v Crystal Palace, 15/10/1921, Division 2 , slight fold. Generally good£100.00
74 AT FULHAM 1922 England Trial match programme, 22/2/1922, England v South, at Craven Cottage, Spurs had three players in the South team as did Southampton. Spurs also had two players in the England team as did Burnley, Everton and Liverpool. Score noted, South won 3-1, slight creasing, folds. Fair- generally good£150.00
75 CHELSEA - FULHAM 1906 Chelsea triple issue programme, Christmas 1906, teams listed for Chelsea games v Sittingbourne 22/12/1906 South Eastern League, v West Ham United 25/12/1906 London League and v Fulham 26/12/1906, Western League. Ex bound volume. Generally good£200.00
76 TOTTENHAM 1913 Double issue Tottenham home programme, v Portsmouth 22/3/1913 and v Fulham 25/3/1913, both are South Eastern League games, ex bound volume. Generally good£120.00
77 CLAPTON ORIENT - FULHAM 1913 Clapton Orient home programme v Fulham, 24/3/1913, South Eastern League, eight pages. Generally good £65.00
78 MILLWALL - FULHAM 1913 Millwall Reserves home programme v Fulham Reserves, 8/9/1913, London League, single sheet, slight fold, minor tears. Fair-generally good£160.00
79 TOTTENHAM - FULHAM 1913 Tottenham home programme v Fulham, 12/11/1913, Semi-Final, Middlesex Reserve Cup. Eight page programme, ex bound volume, slight tears. Generally good£150.00
80 CHELSEA - FULHAM 1914 Chelsea home programme v Fulham, 31/1/1914, four page issue, friendly. Ex bound volume. Good£0.00
81 1934 FIFA WORLD CUP Scarce Official report published by the Italian FA (FIGC) after the 1934 World Cup held in Italy. 232-pages, titled ''COPPA DEL MONDO CRONISTORIA DEL II CAMPIONATO DEL MONDIALE DI CALCIO''. Good£0.00
82 1934 WORLD CUP FINAL Italy v Czechoslovakia played 10 June 1934 at the Stadio Nazionale PNF, Rome. Rare 24-page Italian issue titled ''L'Undici d'Italia'' (The Eleven of Italy) which was released on the day of the Final. Includes extensive Final previews, team line-up, player pen pictures plus reviews pictures and line-ups from Italy and Czechoslovakia's matches on the road to the Final and history of the previous Italy-Czechoslovakia encounters. Generally good£225.00
83 1954 AUSTRIA v WALES Friendly played 9 May 1954 at the Praterstadion in Vienna. Official 32-page programme produced by the Austrian FA (Osterreichisches Fussball-Blatt edition) This was the first Austria-Wales international match. Generally good£130.00
84 1955 AUSTRIA v SCOTLAND Friendly played 19 May 1955 at the Praterstadion in Vienna. Official 60-page programme produced by the Austrian FA (Osterreichisches Fussball-Blatt edition) Also included is the ''Wien Sport Kurier'' 4-page newspaper edition dated 20 May 1955 which includes pictures and reports. Generally good£100.00
85 1956 EUROPEAN CUP FINAL Real Madrid v Stade de Reims played 13 June 1956 at the Parc des Princes, Paris. Issue of the French daily football paper ''L'Equipe'' dated 13 June 1956 which previews the Final. Includes front page headline coverage with full team line-ups set out in a football pitch diagram format and further extensive previews inside. Generally good£0.00
86 1959/60 EUROPEAN CUP Quarter Final Sparta Rotterdam v Glasgow Rangers played 9 March 1960 in Rotterdam. 28-page official programme. Generally good£75.00
87 1961 INTER-CITIES FAIRS CUP FINAL Final Roma v Birmingham City played 11 October 1961 at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome. Very rare 4-page newspaper style programme by ''Teleflash Sport Roma'' dated 11 October 1961. The front page main headline reads ''Roma Birmingham Per La Coppe Delle Fiere Torna Manfredini'' and includes front page full team line-ups set out in a football pitch diagram format and match previews. Teleflash Sport Roma was distributed free of charge ''Omaggio'' around the Stadio Olimpico from 1960 to 1963 for football games and major events held at the Stadium and is the closest to an official programme for this game. Small tears on edge. Generally good£350.00
88 1964 SG DYNAMO DRESDEN v LEEDS Friendly played 17 May 1964 at the Heinz-Steyer-Stadion in Dresden, East Germany. Rare 4-page official programme. Generally good£460.00
89 1965 EUROPEAN CUP FINAL Inter Milan v Benfica played 27 May 1965 at the San Siro, Milan. Rae 4-page ''IL Giorno'' of Milan special edition issue published for the Final and dated the day of the Final 27 May 1965. Includes full team line-ups and extensive match previews. There was no official programme produced for this game and this issue is considered the closest to a programme for the Final. Fold Generally good£0.00
90 1965 EUROPEAN CUP FINAL Inter Milan v Benfica played 27 May 1965 at the San Siro, Milan. The Milan magazine ''L'Europeo'' titled ''Coppa Dei Campioni La Notte Di San Siro'' dated June 1965 includes extensive reviews of the Final with many pictures and reports. The front cover shows the Inter players celebrating with the European Cup. No programme was produced for the Final. Good£100.00
91 ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1901 Matchcard programme England v Scotland , 30/3/1901 at the Crystal Palace. The game ended 2-2. England had 3 Corinthians players in the line-up plus Bloomer (Derby) the appropriately named Blackburn (Blackburn Rovers) and two Forest players Iremonger and Forman whilst the Scots had 4 from Rangers , 2 from Celtic, 2 from Hearts plus one each from Queen's Park, Newcastle and Liverpool. The card has the adverts trimmed off and this item is the team line-ups with match officials . Score is noted and players names underlined. As described £1,100.00
92 ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1903 Sheffield United full size programme for England v Scotland , 4/4/1903 at Bramall Lane, Sheffield, 24 page issue, Scotland won 2-1. The Scots were represented by 4 from Rangers, 3 from Sunderland, 2 from Newcastle plus Walker from Hearts and Raisbeck from Liverpool. England selected players from 11 different clubs including Woodward (Tottenham), Crompton (Blackburn), Baddeley (Wolves) plus Molyneux (Southampton) and Booth (Everton). Ex bound volume with tears to edges and along spine. Fair£1,100.00
93 ENGLAND - WALES 1920 Four page Arsenal programme, England v Wales, 15/3/1920 at Highbury, Arsenal. Minor repair along fold and one part slightly grubby but no writing and overall condition in our opinion is fair-generally good. Fair-generally good£1,000.00
94 ENGLAND - BELGIUM 1924 England home programme v Belgium, 8/12/1924 at the Hawthorns, West Brom, standard West Brom home programme, team page a little marked and spine partly splitting. England won 4-0. Fair£1,150.00
95 ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1926 England home programme v Scotland, 17/4/1926 at Old Trafford, Manchester United. Sixteen page official programme, pencil score noted, slight folds, minor tear, England fielded three players from Aston Villa, two from Huddersfield and also from Blackburn whilst the Scots had 2 from Celtic and one each from nine other clubs. Scotland won 1-0. Fair-generally good£1,250.00
96 ENGLAND - IRELAND 1932 England home programme v Ireland, 17/10/1932 at Blackpool, played on a Monday afternoon and the only full International match to be played at Blackpool. England selected players from clubs including Birmingham, Chelsea, Everton (Dean, Johnson) , Blackburn and 2 from Shef Wed. Sixteen page programme, England won 1-0, minor folds, slight creasing. Fair-generally good£1,250.00
97 ENGLAND - WALES 1933 England home programme v Wales, 15/11/1933 at St James' Park, Newcastle, Wales won 2-1. Twelve page programme, date noted on cover, score, scorers noted, slight folds. Fair-generally good£1,050.00
98 ENGLAND - GERMANY 1935 Tottenham programme produced for England v Germany, 4/12/1935 at White Hart Lane, some ageing, slight fold. Fair-generally good£50.00
99 ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1939 AT NEWCASTLE Scarce wartime International, England v Scotland, 2/12/1939 at St James' Park, Newcastle, eight page programme, Blackpool and Hearts both had two players in the Scotland line-up with others from Everton, Shef Wed, Falkirk, Rangers, Middlesbrough, Newcastle and Third Lanark whilst England had four Newcastle players, 3 from Everton plus Matthews, Carter, Goslin and Harper from Barnsley. One team change noted, slight fold, slight scuff to back cover and small spine split. Fair- generally good£1,500.00
100 BLACKBURN 60-61 Very scarce Blackburn single sheet home programme v Wrexham, 5/12/60, Football League Cup first season. No writing. Good£80.00


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