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  • 1966 England World Cup Squad Signed Menu
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    1966 England World Cup Squad Signed Menu

    £3,950.00

    1966 England World Cup Squad Signed Menu

    • Menu signed by all 22 members of the 1966 World Cup-winning football team
    • Signed on an Anglo-American Sporting Club dinner evening menu

    The 1966 FIFA World Cup is the only World Cup football tournament to have been won by England, who beat West Germany 4-2 in the final on July 30, 1966.

    The 1966 World Cup final is remembered by football fans for a number of reasons besides being England's only World Cup victory. The game was the first (and only) time that any single player had scored three goals in a World Cup final with Geoff Hurst scoring three of England's four goals.

    The game is also remembered for the controversy that surrounded England's third goal. England's Geoff Hurst kicked the ball which bounced off the underside of the cross bar onto, or just over, the line.

    An Anglo-American Sporting Club boxing dinner evening menu signed by the all 22 members of the 1966 England Word Cup football team at the London Hilton on June 20, 1966.

    A rare set of football signatures.

     

  • 1966 England World Cup Squad Signed Programme
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    1966 England World Cup Squad Signed Programme

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    1966 England World Cup Squad Signed Programme

    For Sale: £3,950.00

    • Royal Variety Performance programme signed by all 11 members of the 1966 World Cup winning team
    • Additionally signed by team manager Alf Ramsey and reserves Callaghan, Clarke, Hollins, Tambling and Labone.

    The 1966 FIFA World Cup is the only World Cup football tournament to have been won by England, who beat West Germany 4-2 in the final on July 30, 1966.

    The 1966 World Cup final is remembered by football fans for a number of reasons besides being England's only World Cup victory. The game was the first (and only) time that any single player had scored three goals in a World Cup final with Geoff Hurst scoring three of England's four goals.

    A Royal Variety Performance programme from November 14, 1966, signed by the England football squad who were invited on stage at the London Palladium during the evening’s performance.

    The team were gathered together on this date as they were to play Wales in a home international game on November 16. The starting line up for the Wales vs England match was the same as that for the 1966 World Cup Final between England and Germany earlier that year.

    The programme is signed by all 11 of the World Cup winning players. It is also signed by England manager Alf Ramsey and his assistant Harold Shepherdson, as well as reserves Callaghan, Clarke, Hollins, Tambling and Labone.

    John Cushley, who at that time played for Celtic, has also signed the menu. Additional signatures include actress Julia Foster and TV presenter Muriel Young.

    A superb set of autographs.

     

  • A large collection of polo trophies and photo archive
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    A large collection of polo trophies and photo archive

    £29,500.00

    A collection of polo trophies and photographic archive relating to Eric Tyrrell-Martin

    For Sale: £29,500

    Eric Horace Tyrrell-Martin was an English international polo player and captained the English team in 1936. Born in Yorkshire, he attended Rugby and Cambridge before becoming a Lieutenant in the 16th Hussars. He married Edith 'Babs' in 1929, who was an exceptional sportswoman, playing tennis at Wimbledon and placing as a runner up in the All American Womens' Golf Championship.

    Consisting of various silver and silver plated trophies and cups including: a twin-handled silver presentation cup, London, including 2 photo albums and newspaper articles relating to the life and career of Tyrrell-Martin; two address books belonging to his wife Edith containing details for many celebrities including Fred Astaire; Ginger Rogers; Clarke Gable; Walt Disney; Bing Crosby; Charley [sic] Chaplin.

    The collection of photographs includes two albums: one containing approximately 100 photographs together with some newspaper cuttings; the other a collection of newspaper articles mostly tracking press coverage of the Westchester Cup at Hurlingham and includes signatures of Gerald Balding (British) and Stewart B. Inglehart and Winston F.C. Guest (America).

    In addition there are approximately 200 loose black and white photographs, some mounted–of the English Polo team in 1936 and Tyrrell-Martin sitting on polo horses Pipes O'Pan and French Cottage. The largest 30cm x 39.5cm, the majority 18cm x 12cm and smaller, illustrating polo matches, social events and family holidays.

    Tyrrell-Martin had a colourful polo career: he captained the English polo team against America for the Westchester Cup at Hurlingham, a competition the United States have historically dominated and was invited to represent England at the Olympic Games in Berlin in 1936, but wasn't able to accept.

    Tyrrell-Martin was a member of the polo team that won the American Open Championship in 1939 and was temporarily suspended by the Hurlingham Club Polo Committee, which led to the Texas Rangers polo team withdrawing from the Hurlingham Champion Cup final in 1936.

    He and Edith moved to California in 1936 returning to England for only a few months a year thereafter; he spent much time travelling the world playing polo in countries such as: Austria, Hungary, Belgium, Argentina, Jamaica, East Africa and America. He and Babs led a glittering social life with many famous friends and connections.

    They visited the Roosevelt's at the White House in 1939 and with the backing of King Farouk he promoted and developed polo in Egypt. He died in 1953 as a result of injuries sustained while playing polo.

    Trophies with inscriptions include: Carlow Hunt Races, Light Weight, 1911; Carlow Hunt Races, Light Weight, 1912; Beaufort Hunt Polo Club, Spring Cup, April 1929 (x2); W.S.P.C., Junior Cup, 1925, Templeton, 1. E.H. Martin...; W.S.P.C., Novices Cup, 1925, Chapel Brampton, 1. E.H. Martin...; W.S.P.C., Senior Cup, 1928,...; W.S.P.C., Visitors Cup, 1925, Ridley House, 1. E.H. Martin...; Midwick Country Club Open Championship, 1937, Won by Texas Rangers...; Hurlingham Club, 1926, Oxford v Cambridge; Antwerp Polo Club, Challenge Cup, 1930; Gans Challenge Cup Deauville, 1930; Polo de Laversine, 1929; San Mateo-Burlinghame, Polo Club, High Goal Handicap, Won by...; Coupe de Bourg de Bozas, Polo de Deauville, 1929 Meadow Brook Club, 1939, Presented by The Hurlingham Club...; Cannes-Brioni-Vienna-Challenge-Cup...; A.P.C. Coupe de L'Exposition D'Anvers, 1930; Polo de Paris 1929; Chateau D'Oex, September, 1913; C.A.V., Conference, Eastbourne, 1969

    Together with a small quantity of others not inscribed.

    A truly unique and most important collection of polo memorabilia worthy of exhibit

     

  • Lance Armstrong Autograph on a Copy of his Autobiography
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    Lance Armstrong Autograph on a Copy of his Autobiography

    £495.00

    Lance Armstrong Autograph on a Copy of his Autobiography

    For Sale: £495.00

    A hardcover example (with dust-jacket) of Armstong's autobiography Every Second Counts, measuring 6½" x 9½" and totaling 246 pages.

    Armstrong has signed in black felt tip pen on the half title page.

    There is a small tear in the dust jacket otherwise the book is in superb condition, and shows a clean and flamboyant signature.

    A great memento from one of the greatest athletes in history.

  • Lance Armstrong Autographed Copy of Comeback 2.0
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    Lance Armstrong Autographed Copy of Comeback 2.0

    £495.00

    Lance Armstrong Autographed Copy of Comeback 2.0

    For Sale: £495.00

    Lance Armstrong (1971-) is a noted American professional road racing cyclist. After surviving testicular cancer, he won the Tour de France a record seven consecutive times, securing his position in sport history. He founded and is chairman of the Lance Armstrong Foundation, which researches treatments for cancer.

    "Comeback 2.0" is Armstrong's photo-journal of his 2009 comeback season. This first edition book measures 9½ x 9½ and is in excellent condition.

    This first printing hardcover copy is signed by the athlete on the inside title page; the autograph marked in bold black felt tip pen.

  • Sebastian Vettel Autographed Photograph
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    Sebastian Vettel Autographed Photograph

    £175.00

    Sebastian Vettel (1987-) is the youngest Formula One driver to secure pole position, achieved during qualifying for the 2008 Italian Grand Prix. The German race car driver is known for his aggressive driving style which has both helped and hindered his career. For the 2010 season, he has signed up to drive for Red Bull racing alongside Mark Webber.

    This 8¼" x 11¾" colour photograph of Vettel on the race track is signed by the driver on a clear space. His bold black ink signature is prominent and clear. The autograph and photo are in excellent condition.

  • Lester Piggott signed stirrup
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    Lester Piggott signed stirrup

    £750.00

    Lester Piggott signed stirrup

    For Sale: £750

    Lester Piggott (1935 - ) is a former jockey regarded as one of the greatest of all time.

    He has 4,493 career wins to his name, including nine victories at the Epsom Derby and his famous victory aboard Royal Academy in the 1990 Breeders’ Cup Mile, aged 54.

    This is a single race-used stirrup signed by Lester in ink to the leather.

    A very collectible piece of horse racing memorabilia.