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Graham Budd Auctions Ltd.
9th May 2006
Lot No 476 Estimates: £800 to £1200
Fred Tilson: a white England international shirt circa 1934-35 woollen long-sleeved with button-up collar and embroidered three lions cloth badge Samuel Frederick Tilson was born at Barnsley 19th April 1904. He transferred from Barnsley to Manchester City in March 1928 and in the proceeding decade the centre-forward/inside-left won a Championship medal and a F.A. Cup winner’s medal. This shirt was worn by Fred Tilson during one of his four appearances for England namely Hungary 10.5.1934 Czechoslovakia 16.5.34 Wales 29.9.35 & Northern Ireland 19.10.35. Tilson scored in every match netting a total of six goals altogether a fine record considering that all four of his internationals were aways. PROVENANCE: Christie’s 29th September 2000 lot 385

 

Graham Budd Auctions Ltd.
9th May 2006
Lot No 480 Estimates: £500 to £700
Norman Hunter: a white England No.11 international jersey circa 1967-68,
long-sleeved, crew-neck collar and embroidered three lions badge

Norman Hunter wore the No.11 shirt on four occasions for England between May 1967 and June 1968. Norman Hunter presented his shirt to Cyril Partridge, the Leeds United trainer whose estate was sold at Sotheby's on 21st September 2001. This shirt was lot 182.
£500-700


 

Graham Budd Auctions Ltd.
9th May 2006

Lot No 481

Estimates: £500 to £700
Allan Clarke: a white England No.15 international jersey 1969,
airtex, long-sleeved, crew-neck collar and embroidered three lions badge

This airtex shirt was issued to Allan Clarke for the Tour of South America in 1969. Clarke played in one match on the tour, which was later declared unofficial. This was the game against Mexico on 4th June and Clarke netted a brace. These rare, airtex shirts were only worn by England players for a brief time and had been primarily developed to help players deal with the heat of Mexico in the 1970 World Cup. Clarke gave his shirt to Cyril Partridge, the Leeds United trainer, whose estate was sold at Sotheby's on 21st September 2001. This jersey was lot 183.



 

 
   


A rare,original and very collectable medal.Solid 15ct gold and hallmarked as such in outstanding condition.This medal was awarded to G.E.TRAVERS a member of the winning BARNSLEY football team in 1912.Travers came from BIRMINGHAM,I believe the position he played was a forward.The first match was a draw so the re-match was played on Wednesday the 24th of April 1912 in SHEFFIELD,between BARNSLEY and WEST BROMWICH ALBION,BARNSLEY won the match 1-0.The diameter of this medal is 3cm.Reads to the pictorial front of the medal the date 1912 and along the bottom of the medal are the initials J.W.B and also REGD.No.223727.Engraved to the back of the medal reads ENGLISH CUP WINNERS BARNSLEY F.C. G.E.TRAVERS.Also reads around the edge THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.There is an impressed set of manufacturers initials which read C&FLd and also a set of impressed hallmarks which reads 15 .625,the BIRMINGHAM anchor symbol and the date letter m.This is a very rare and collectable piece of football history and would make a wonderful addition to any collection.I also have listed another football medal to G.E.TRAVERS this time awarded 1917-18 whilst playing for the Greek club KALAMARIA.THE COST OF P&H TO THE US/UK AND EUROPE IS US$8.00.

 

 
   



A rare,original and very collectable medal.Sterling Silver with a gold shield with the impressed hallmarks for BIRMINGHAM C1917,has the impressed manufacturers initials of W.A.The condition is excellent,the dimensions are 4 x 3.25cm.The medal reads engraved to the front KALAMARIA SALONICA LEAGUE DISTRICT and also has the initials SAFA.The centre gold shield reads WINNERS B.M T.D GROUP 1.The reverse of the medal has the impressed hallmarks previously mentioned,the recipients name being G.E.TRAVERS and the date 1917-18.G.E.TRAVERS was a member of the BARNSLEY FOOTBALL CLUB who won the FA CUP FOOTBALL FINAL in 1912,I also have that original gold medal listed.This silver medal would make a wonderful addition to any collection.THE COST OF P&H TO THE US/UK AND EUROPE IS US$8.00.