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IASH21456

A collection of football memorabilia between the finalists Macclesfield town and Telford united - CLT127

£55.00
55.00
  • The collection includes Two tickets for the match (North Terrace at 20/- each) A pair of Macclesfield Town supporters rosettes The Official Programme for the final at Wembley The Official Programme for the 1967-68 FA Cup 1st round match between Stockport County and Macclesfield Town (incorporates the Football League Review for the w/e December 9th 1967) The Official Programme for the semi-final tie between Barnet and Macclesfield Town played at Stoke Citys Victoria Ground A copy of Silkmen News from 16th November 1968, match between Macclesfield Town and Lincoln City The Official Programme for the 67-68 season FA Cup match between Fulham and Macclesfield Town A copy of the Shropshire Star souvenir insert marking the first FA Challenge Trophy Final, published April 29th 1970 A copy of the Macclesfield Express of May 7th 1970 depicting the victorious return of the Silkmen to Macclesfield The newspapers are a little tatty around their edges and they have been folded into quarters, but the rest of this super set of memorabilia is all in excellent order
  • A collection of football memorabilia relating to the first final match of the Football Association Challenge Trophy Final at Wembly on May 2nd 1970 between the finalists Macclesfield Town (who won) and Telford united
  • Weighs 350g.
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Dispatched & sold by: iAuctionShop Ltd
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Description

  • HCODE

    IASH21456

  • MPN

    2876

  • CONDITION

    used

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