Mark your calendars for an incredible rugby and sports memorabilia auction on the 5th and 6th of September.
Featuring a staggering collection of over 1200 lots, this event is a dream come true for sports enthusiasts and collectors alike. The highlights include Novak Djokovic's legendary racket, a symbol of his victory in the Wimbledon 2011 final, and a chance to own a piece of rugby history with Jonny Wilkinson's first-half shirt from the iconic 2003 final.
With an array of coveted items that have left an indelible mark on the sporting world, this auction promises an electrifying experience for all who appreciate the magic of sports history.
Jonny Wilkinson white and red No.10 England Rugby World Cup Final shirt
Shirt worn by Jonny Wilkinson during the first half of the 2003 Rugby World Cup Final match against Australia played on 22nd November 2003, the match ending in a 20-17 victory for England.
Novak Djokovic Head 2011 Wimbledon Championship-winning match used tennis racket
This racket was used by Novak in the 2011 Wimbledon Men's final more specifically the racket he used in the fourth set to complete his first-ever Wimbledon Championship.
An extremely rare and important England first-ever Rugby International cap, 1871-1874
Believed to be the earliest Rugby International cap to come to auction, the faded red-brown velvet with remains of gilt tassel and gilt braiding embroidered rose and inscribed 1871, 1872, 1873 and 1874, faded, worn and some tears.
White No.7 England v. Ireland International short-sleeved shirt, St Blaize, 36
Stanley Matthews White No.7 England v. Ireland International short-sleeved shirt, St Blaize, 36 with button-up collar and embroidered cloth badge inscribed IRELAND 1950-51. This shirt was worn by Stanley Matthews in the match against Ireland played 7th October 1950 at Windsor Park, England defeated Northern Ireland 4-1.
5th September 2023
Maradona blue and white No.10 Argentina match worn long-sleeved shirt, 1982
£7,000 - £10,000
Phil Vickery white and red No.3 England World Cup Final match worn short-sleeved shirt
£10,000 - £15,000