Tottenham Hotspur Football Collection Including Postcards, Programmes Etc. Part One

Lot 1561:
Lot 1561
Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield United. F.A. Cup Final, Crystal Palace 1901. Early mono real photograph postcard showing the huge crowd at the match with spectators in trees, on house rooftops etc. Title to lower border 'Association Football Cup Final Crowd. Crystal Palace.S6335'. The postcard published by W.H.S. in 1910 from a photograph by Kingsway Real Photo Series. Excellent image. Rare. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £200
The Final was drawn 2-2 and Spurs won the replay one week later 3-1. A world record crowd of 110,820 attended the Final. Sandy Brown scoring both goals for Spurs. The replay was played at Burnden Park, Bolton before a crowd of 20,470. Cameron, Smith and Brown scoring for Spurs. Sandy Brown became the first player to score in every round of the competition. This was the first Cup Final to be filmed by Pathé News. Tottenham Hotspur remain the only non-League club to win the trophy after the advent of the Football League in 1888. Tottenham went on to play in the 1901/02 World Championship, losing to Heart of Midlothian
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Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield United. F.A. Cup Final, Crystal Palace 1901. Early mono printed action postcard from the final showing Spurs on the attack, with a Sheffield United slipping. Title to lower border 'Association Football. A Slip'. Wrench Series 3836. Postally used and dated April 1904. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £170
The Final was drawn 2-2 and Spurs won the replay one week later 3-1. A world record crowd of 110,820 attended the Final. Sandy Brown scoring both goals for Spurs.
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Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield United. F.A. Cup Final, Crystal Palace 1901. Early mono printed action postcard from the final showing goalmouth action with the ball appearing to shave the post. Title to lower border 'Association Football. A Close Shave'. Wrench Series 3838. Postally used and dated January 1904. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £220
The Final was drawn 2-2 and Spurs won the replay one week later 3-1. A world record crowd of 110,820 attended the Final. Sandy Brown scoring both goals for Spurs.
Lot 1564:
Lot 1564
Tottenham Hotspur v Corinthian Casuals. Sheriff of London Charity Shield, White Hart Lane 1902. Early mono printed cartoon postcard from the match showing the Cockspur running and a battered Corinthians defender sitting on the pitch holding his hand to his head with subtitles 'Corinthians- Oh, for another GO! (Posed as the dying gladiator). The Cockspur- Well I don't see much to grumble about'. The Corinthian player states 'Do they call this a friendly'. Published by Jones Bros of High Road, Tottenham'. Postally un-used. A rare postcard. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £70
Tottenham Hotspur beat Corinthians 5-2 with a hat-trick from Cameron. The other scorers were Brown and Kirwan
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Tottenham Hotspur c1903/04. Early mono printed postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names to lower border. Publisher unknown. Addressed in pencil to verso but postally unused. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £140
Spurs were still a Southern League team at this point
Lot 1566:
Lot 1566
Tottenham Hotspur 1904/05. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names to lower border. Rotary Photographic Series. No 3841. Postally unused. Rare Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £160
Spurs were still a Southern League team at this point
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Tottenham Hotspur 1905/06. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and date to left hand lower corner. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £160
Spurs were still a Southern League team at this point
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'After the Football Match at Tottenham'. Early mono printed postcard showing the crowds pouring out of the ground into the Tottenham High Road in 1905. with title to lower border. J. Fuller, Tottenham. Postally used and dated June 1905. Rare. Minor wear to corners otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £160
The postcard features a horse drawn tram which had been introduced that year. The White Hart Pub and the Red House can be seen in this image
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Tottenham Hotspur v Hull City, F.A. Cup 1st round 1907. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, for the match played at White Hart Lane, with printed title 'Spurs Team. 1906-07. Saturday Jan 12th' to lower border. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused, players names handwritten in ink to verso. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £170
Spurs drew with Hull City 0-0 and beat them 1-0 in the replay.
Lot 1570:
Lot 1570
Tottenham Hotspur 1907/08. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused. Minor fading to image. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £150
This was the last season that Spurs played in the Southern League. Being elected to the Football League Division II the following year
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'Tottenham Hotspurs. Caught Bending. 1' 1909. Early mono real photograph postcard of some of the players in training with title printed to lower border. Shamrock & Co, London. Postally used and dated April 1909. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £160
Spurs were now a Football League Team. This small series of two cards was the complete set
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'Tottenham Hotspurs. Caught Bending. 2' 1909. Early mono real photograph postcard of some of the players in training with title printed to lower border. Shamrock & Co, London. Postally used and dated April 1909. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £50
This small series of two cards was the complete set
Lot 1573:
Lot 1573
Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham and v Burnley, F.A. Cup 2nd and 3rd rounds 1908/09. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows on the pitch with the large crowd behind them, for the matches played at White Hart Lane, with printed title 'Tottenham Hotspur Cup Team 1909' to lower border. F.W.Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. A little fading to image otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £120
This same team played in the two cup ties, Spurs beating Fulham 1-0 on the 6th February 1909 and drawing with Burnley 0-0 on the 20th February 1909, losing the replay 3-1
Lot 1574:
Lot 1574
Tottenham Hotspur 1909/10. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, in front of the new West Stand, at the time the most modern stand in London, with title and date printed to lower border. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £170
Spurs had been promoted in the previous season and were now proud members of the First Division
Lot 1575:
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Tottenham Hotspur 1910/11. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. F.W.Jones, 708 High Road, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Odd minor faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £140
Spurs finished in 15th position in this 1910/11 season
Lot 1576:
Lot 1576
Tottenham Hotspur 1911/12. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Some fading to image otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £80
Spurs finished in 12th position in this 1911/12 season
Lot 1577:
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Tottenham Hotspur 1912/13. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £140
Spurs finished in 17th position in this 1912/13 season
Lot 1578:
Lot 1578
Tottenham Hotspur 1913/14. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Rare. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £140
Spurs finished in 17th position in this 1913/14 season
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'White Hart Lane, Tottenham'. Colour postcard of the lane showing two ladies and a child on the leafy lane. Published by E. Gordon Smith, 16 Stroud Green Road, no. 2203. Postally used and dated January 1919. Good condition
Estimate: £20/30
Hammer price: £42
Although the Spurs ground was eventually known as White Hart Lane, the actual lane was situated a few hundred yards down the road from the ground, situated at the Edmonton End
Lot 1580:
Lot 1580
Tottenham Hotspur 1919/20. Early mono real photograph postcard of the team, officials and board members standing and seated in rows, with title printed to lower border. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Rare. Minor silvering to card edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £160
Spurs were relegated at the end of the 1914/15 season and were now playing in Football League Division II. They were champions of the Division that year and were promoted back to Division I
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'Entrance to Spurs Ground, Tottenham' c1915/16. Mono real photograph postcard of the entrance to the ground with the White Hart public house to the left side and the Red House, which in later years became club offices to the right. Title printed to lower border. Publisher unknown but numbered 98323. Postally unused. Rare. Good/ very good condition. An excellent image. Sold with a further mono real photograph postcard of 'High Road, Tottenham' featuring the entrance to the White Hart Lane ground. The trolley buses gone... Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £460
Spurs were relegated at the end of the 1914/15 season and were now playing in Football League Division II. They were champions of the Division that year and were promoted back to Division I
Lot 1582:
Lot 1582
Tottenham Hotspur 1919/20. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials standing and seated in rows, with title printed to lower border 'Tottenham Hotspur. League Champions Div II. Winners of Norwich Charity Cup. Winners of London Combination'. W.J. Crawford of Lower Edmonton. Postally unused. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £160
Spurs were relegated at the end of the 1914/15 season and were now playing in Football League Division II. They were champions of the Division that year and were promoted back to Division I
Lot 1583:
Lot 1583
Tottenham Hotspur c1919/20. Mono real photograph postcard of members of the team and officials? sitting in front of the West Stand in suits, flat caps and ties. Some identified, Seed, Banks, Lowe, McDonald etc. W.J. Crawford of Lower Edmonton. 'B.&M. Muer' printed to back of card. Postally unused. Rare. Good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £130
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Tottenham Hotspur c1919/20. Similar mono real photograph postcard of members of the team and officials? sitting in front of the West Stand in suits, flat caps and ties. W.J. Crawford of Lower Edmonton. 'B.&M. Muer' printed to back of card. Postally unused. Rare. Minor silvering to edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £150
Lot 1585:
Lot 1585
Tottenham Hotspur 'F.A. Cup Winners' 1921. Mono real photograph postcard of members of the Cup Final team with Jimmy Minter the Spurts trainer. The team are pictured on the side of the pitch with a large crowd behind them. The card by W.J. Crawford of Lower Edmonton. Title to lower border reads 'Tottenham Hotspur Cup Team 1921' with players names below. 'April 1921' handwritten in pencil to verso. Stamp to top left hand corner of the back of the card 'Jones Bros, High Road, Tottenham'. Postally unused. Rare. Good
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £220
Spurs won the F.A. Cup in 1921 beating Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 in the Final played at Stamford Bridge
Lot 1586:
Lot 1586
Tottenham Hotspur v Cardiff City, Football League Division One 1922/23. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows, for the first match of the season played at White Hart Lane on the 26th August 1922. Players names printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £100
Spurs drew with Cardiff 1-1
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Tottenham Hotspur 1923/24. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Some wear to card edges, minor soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £20/30
Hammer price: £110
Spurs finished in 15th position in the League
Lot 1588:
Lot 1588
Tottenham Hotspur 1924/25. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Slight silvering to edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £110
Spurs finished in 12th position in the League
Lot 1589:
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Tottenham Hotspur 1925/26. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and trainer, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Slight silvering to edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £14
Spurs finished in 15th position in the League
Lot 1590:
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Tottenham Hotspur 1926/27. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and trainer, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Slight silvering to edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £150
Spurs finished in 13th position in the League
Lot 1591:
Lot 1591
Tottenham Hotspur 1932/33. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, officials and board members, standing and seated in rows, with title printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Signed in ink by Spurs Manager, Percy Smith to image. Postally unused. Slight wear otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £130
Spurs finished in 2nd position in the League
Lot 1592:
Lot 1592
Tottenham Hotspur 1933/34. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, trainer and manager, standing and seated in rows, with title and players names printed to lower border. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Some slight wear, minor faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £150
Spurs finished in 2nd position in the League
Lot 1593:
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Tottenham Hotspur 1938/39. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows on the pitch, with crowd behind them. A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Postally unused. Good/very good condition. Sold with a colour trade card of the 1938/39 team issued by Sherman's Pools Ltd. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £150
Spurs finished in 8th position in the League
Lot 1594:
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Tottenham Hotspur 1948/49. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows. W.E. Atkins of Tottenham. Postally unused. Good condition. Sold with a mono printed image of the 1948/49 team, issuer unknown. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £80
Spurs finished in 5th position in Division II
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Tottenham Hotspur 1949/50. Mono real photograph postcard of the team and officials, standing and seated in rows on the pitch. W.E. Atkins of Tottenham. Postally unused. Pen annotation over the title to lower border otherwise in good condition. Sold with a mono real photograph trade card of the 1949/50 team issued by Sport magazine. Qty 2
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £150
Spurs were Champions of Division II in the 1949/50 season
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Lot 1596
'Tottenham Hotspurs Football Club. Champions Division 2, Football League 1949/50'. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows with large shield to front. Publisher unknown. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £200
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Tottenham Hotspur 1952. Three mono postcard size photographs depicting the re laying of the pitch at White Hart Lane with stands to the background. Two of the photographs are dated 14th May 1952 and the other 26th May 1952. Photographs by Sutton & Sons Ltd of Reading. Good images
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £240
Lot 1598:
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Tottenham Hotspur Football Club 1950's. Mono real photograph postcard of the entrance and offices at Red House, with the White Hart Pub, to the Tottenham ground at White Hart Lane. Clock and cockerel mascot just below the roof line of the Red House. Publisher unknown. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £20/30
Hammer price: £65
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Tottenham Hotspur 1953/54. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows on the pitch, with crowd behind them. A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Postally unused. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £60
Spurs finished in 16th position in the League
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Tottenham Hotspur 1955/56. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows on the pitch. Barratt's Photo Press Ltd of Fleet Street. Postally unused. Good condition. Sold with a Daily Express printed image of the 1956/57 Spurs team. Qty 2
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: £100
Spurs finished in 18th position in the League in the 1955/56 season
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Tottenham Hotspur 1958/59. Mono real photograph postcard of the team, standing and seated in rows on the pitch, with crowd behind them. A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Postally unused. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £110
Spurs finished in 18th position in the League
Lot 1602:
Lot 1602
Tottenham Hotspur 'Double Winners' 1960/61. Mono real photograph plainback postcard of the Spurs team, standing and seated in rows. Publisher unknown. Signed by ten of the players featured Hills, Ryden, Norman, Hopkins, Baker, Mackay, Hollowbread, Henry, Allen and Dyson. Some fading to odd signature. Postally unused. Good condition. Sold with a further real photograph postcard of Tottenham Hotspur 'Double Winners' 1960/61. Publisher unknown. Odd faults, generally good. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £120
Spurs completed the 'Double' winning the League and F.A. Cup in season 1960/61
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Tottenham Hotspur 1962-1980's. Selection of eleven postcards and trade cards of Spurs teams during the period. Includes colour and mono postcards of the 1962 F.A. Cup winning team, three anonymous publisher and the other presented with 'The Hornet', the 1964/65 team (Daily Mirror), colour cards of the 1969/70, 1975/76, 1984 (UEFA Cup win) etc. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £85
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Lot 1604
Edward Hughes. Tottenham Hotspur 1899-1908. Early mono printed postcard of Hughes, head and shoulders, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'E. Hughes. Tottenham Hotspur'. Wrench No. 2171. Postally unused. Very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £170
Ted Hughes joined Tottenham in 1899 from Everton. At Spurs, the left half played one game of the Southern League when Tottenham won the competition for the first time. The following season he was a member of the 1901 FA Cup Final winning team
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John Leonard Jones. Tottenham Hotspur 1897-1904. Early mono printed postcard of Jones, head and shoulders, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'J.L. Jones. Tottenham Hotspur'. Wrench No. 2170. Signed in black ink by Jones 'Sincerely yours J.L. Jones'. Postally used. The postcard was sent to Jones in October 1903 by an autograph collector asking him to sign the image and post back to him, which Jones did... Minor soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £220
After three seasons with Sheffield United, Jones joined Tottenham Hotspur in May 1897, but as Spurs were not members of the Football League they did not have to pay a transfer fee to United, much to the annoyance of their directors. Playing principally in the outside left position for his new club, Jones became a mainstay of the first-team for seven seasons, becoming club captain and skippering the 1901 FA Cup Final winning side, ironically beating his former club, Sheffield United
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John Henry Kirwan. Tottenham Hotspur 1899-1905. Early mono printed postcard of Kirwan, head and shoulders, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'J. K[e]rwan. Tottenham Hotspur'. Wrench No. 2182. Signed in black ink by Kirwan 'Yours sincerely John H. Kirwan'. Postally used. The postcard was sent to Jones in October 1903 by an autograph collector asking him to sign the image and post back to him, which Jones did... Minor soiling and staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £240
As a football player, he was described as an out and out winger with good pace and skills. He had previously played gaelic football for Dublin. As a football coach he became the first professional manager of Dutch side Ajax. He was the last survivor of the Tottenham team that won the 1901 FA Cup.
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George Clawley. Tottenham Hotspur 1899-1903. Early mono printed postcard of Clawley, head and shoulders, in Spurs shirt and goalkeepers cap. Title to lower border 'Famous Football Players. G. Clawley'. Raphael Tuck. Football postcard. Series 900. Postally unused. Very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £120
A fine keeper, who was tall with a strong build to repel the physical approaches by attacking players allowed in his day and one who showed no fear in going for the ball, George Clawley's sheer presence gave the defenders in front of him great confidence. He made some good saves in the 1901 FA Cup Final to keep Spurs in the match, but might be best remembered for the controversial goal that took the final to a replay
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Vivian John Woodward. Tottenham Hotspur 1901-1909. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Woodward, full length, in England shirt. Title to lower border 'Vivian J. Woodward Tottenham Hotspurs. Nov. 1906'. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally used with spurs details, dated October 1908. Odd faults to two corners otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £160
Vivian Woodward was an English amateur footballer who enjoyed the peak of his career from the turn of the 20th century to the outbreak of the First World War. He played for Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea. He captained Great Britain to gold medals at the 1908 Olympics in London and in Stockholm in 1912. Woodward's tally of 29 goals in 23 matches for England remained a record from 1911 to 1958; his strike rate of 1.26 goals per game remains the all-time record for an England player
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Herbert Chapman. Tottenham Hotspur 1905-1907. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Chapman, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'H. Chapman. Tottenham Hotspurs'. Appears to be a 'Jones Bros, Tottenham' postcard. Postally used, dated April 1906. Minor faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £380
Herbert Chapman was an English association football player and manager. Though he had an undistinguished playing career, he went on to become one of the most influential and successful managers in the early 20th century, before his sudden death in 1934. In 1925, Arsenal successfully tempted Chapman to join them as manager, and he led the club to its first ever silverware by winning one FA Cup and two First Division titles. His work at Arsenal resulted in their becoming the dominant team of the 1930s - they won five League titles and two FA Cups in the decade before the suspension of football due to outbreak of World War II, but he did not live to see them do so, dying suddenly at the age of 55.
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John Giles Whitbourn. Tottenham Hotspur 1905-1908 and William Dow. Tottenham Hotspur 1905-1908. Two early sepia real photograph postcards of Whitbourn and Dow, both full length, in Spurs jerseys. Title to lower border 'J. Whitbourn. Tottenham Hotspurs' and 'W. Dow. Tottenham Hotspurs'. Both Jones Bros, Tottenham postcards. Both postally unused. Minor light fading to both cards otherwise in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £180
John Giles Whitbourn was an English professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Sunderland, Tottenham and Leyton William Dow made only nine League appearances for Spurs scoring three goals
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Percy Humphreys. Tottenham Hotspur 1909-1911. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Humphreys, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'Percy Humphreys. Tottenham Hotspur'. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £165
Humphreys only made 45 league appearances for Spurs, scoring 24 goals, none of which were as vital as the one that he scored against Chelsea in the final match of the 1909/10 season which ensured that Chelsea were relegated instead of Spurs
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James Cantrell. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1922. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Cantrell, full length, in suit and tie standing next to three trophies on a table. Signed by Cantrell 'Yours Truly, Jimmy Cantrell. Aug 26/1920'. Fryer, Day & Electric Light Studios, Nottingham. Postally unused. Some creasing to postcard, wear to corners, some soiling and staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £240
Jimmy Cantrell scored 74 goals in 160 appearances for Spurs. In a career interrupted by the First World War, Cantrell lead the Spurs forward line that won the Football League Second Division in 1919-20 with a then record 70 points. He went on to collect a winner's medal in the 1921 FA Cup Final at the age of 38
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Ernest Coquet. Tottenham Hotspur 1908-1911. Early mono real photograph postcard of Coquet, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'E. Coquet. Tottenham Hotspur'. Jones Bros, Tottenham. Postally unused. Sold with Daniel Steel. Tottenham Hotspur 1906-1912. Early mono real photograph postcard of Steel, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'D. Steel. Captain, Tottenham Hotspur'. Appears to be a 'Jones Bros, Tottenham' postcard. Postally unused. Both cards in good/very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £125
In his three seasons at White Hart Lane, Coquet made 76 Football League, eight FA Cup and six Southern League appearances.

Steel, after spending two years in the background at Tottenham Hotspur following his move there in 1906, went on to establish himself and make 141 appearances in all competitions for Spurs (scoring four goals) between 1908 and 1912.
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John Joyce. Tottenham Hotspur 1903, 1909-1915. Early mono real photograph postcard of Joyce, full length, in Spurs jersey. Title to lower border 'Tiny Joyce. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £120
Tiny Joyce was known to supporters as 'Tiny' in allusion to his size, being 6 feet tall and weighing over 14 stone. After a brief spell with Tottenham Hotspur in 1903, he returned to Millwall in the summer where he was to remain for the next six years, before re-joining Spurs in 1909. At White Hart Lane, Joyce was initially first-choice 'keeper, before losing his place to Tommy Lunn but by 1912, he had ousted Lunn and taken over as the regular "custodian". On 10 April 1914, Joyce scored from a penalty against Bolton Wanderers and followed this with another against Bayern Munich in a friendly a month later. Joyce played a total of 113 first-team matches for the Spurs, with his career ending following the outbreak of World War 1
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Charles Stanley Rance. Tottenham Hotspur 1910-1920. Early mono real photograph postcard of Rance, full length, in Spurs shirt. 'Crawford of Edmonton, 1920'. Nicely signed in ink 'C.S. Rance' and dated '19/4/23'. Postally unused. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £160
In 1910, Charlie Rance, a centre half, joined Tottenham from Clapton. He played a total of 110 matches and scored one goal for the club in all competitions
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Walter Scott Tattersall. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1914. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Tattersall, full length, in Spurs jersey. Title to lower border 'W. Tattersall. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Sold with Thomas Henry Lunn. Tottenham Hotspur 1909-1912. Early mono real photograph postcard of Lunn, full length, in Spurs jersey. Title to lower border 'T.H. Lunn. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Both cards in good/very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £195
Watford sold winger Wally Tattersall and wing half Arthur Grimsdell to Tottenham Hotspur in 1912, for a combined fee of £500. He scored five goals in 47 matches in all competitions for the Lilywhites.

Lunn signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1909 where he featured in a further 91 matches in all competitions between 1909-1912. He played regularly over the next two seasons but was replaced by John "Tiny" Joyce in 1912. He played two more games in early 1913 but on taking out a publican's licence he was suspended for breach of contract
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Frank William Bentley. Tottenham Hotspur 1909-1911. Early mono real photograph postcard of Bentley, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'F.W. Bentley. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Minor fading otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £120
Bentley played 41 matches for Spurs in three seasons at White Hart Lane
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Herbert Middlemiss. Tottenham Hotspur 1908-1919. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Middlemiss, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'H. Middlemiss. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Sold with Frederick Ingram Walden. Tottenham Hotspur 1913-1924. Early sepia real photograph postcard of Walden, full length, in Spurs shirt. Title to lower border 'F. Walden. Tottenham Hotspur'. F.W.Jones, Tottenham. Postally unused. Both cards in very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £120
Bert Middlemiss was an outside left who between 1908 and 1919 played a total of 261 matches and found the net on 55 occasions in all competitions for the club.

Fanny Walden was only 5 ft 2 in tall and was often described as a 'diminutive winger'. His small stature also accounted for his nickname 'Fanny' which was in common use during his time to describe those of 'dainty physique'. He continued to play for Tottenham after the enforced break caused by the First World War and made his most important contribution for Spurs in the team which won the Second Division title in 1920 but the following year unfortunately missed the 1921 FA Cup Final due to injury. He went on to play in over 300 games for Spurs including 214 league games scoring 21 goals
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Albert Abraham Goodman. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1920. Early mono real photograph postcard of Goodman, half length, in Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Nicely signed in ink 'Sincerely yours, A. Goodman'. Postally unused. Very good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £260
Bert Goodman joined Tottenham Hotspur in 1919 where he played 17 matches and scored one goal in all competitions. After leaving the Lilywhites he played for Margate
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Arthur Grimsdell. Tottenham Hotspur & England. Mono real photograph postcard of Grimsdell (Spurs Captain) shaking hands with the Prince of Wales (later to be crowned King Edward VIII), with Club Director Maurice Cadman, shortly before the F.A. Cup Final in 1921 at Stamford Bridge. Caption to lower border reads 'Our Prince meets Arthur Grimsdell (of the Spurs)'. 'D.S. Copyright'. Good condition. Rare
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £70
In the F.A. Cup Final of 1921, Tottenham Hotspur beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 with Dimmock scoring the winning goal. This was the second of three F.A. Cup Finals to be held at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea and the attendance was 72,805.
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Tottenham Hotspur. Excellent selection of twelve Phillips 'Pinnace' premium issue cabinet size mono real photograph trade card of Spurs players issued in the early part of the 1920's. Players featured are Bert Smith, Bert Bliss, Arthur Grimsdell, Thomas Clay, Jimmy Banks, Bob McDonald, Jimmy Seed, Bill Jaques, Jimmy Cantrell, Fanny Walden, Jimmy Dimmock and Charlie Walters. Each card measures 4"x6". Excellent images. Crease to the top border of the Jimmy Seed card otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
Hammer price: £240
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Robert James McDonald. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1924. Early mono real photograph postcard of McDonald, half length, in Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Nicely signed in ink 'Best Wishes R.J. McDonald'. Postally unused. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £100
Bob McDonald joined the Spurs from Inverness Caledonian in 1919. Playing as a full back he made a total of 125 appearances in all competitions in his time at White Hart Lane. The highlight of his Tottenham career was to be a member of the winning 1921 FA Cup Final team
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Herbert Bliss. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1922. Early mono real photograph postcard of Bliss, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Nick/small tear to base of postcard, corner crease and minor wear to postcard edges, slight soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £85
Bert Bliss was an inside forward who joined Tottenham from Willenhall Swifts for £10 on 12 April 1912. He had a reputation for speed, accurate passing and riffling shots on goal. He played for Spurs between 1912 and 1922 during which time he made 215 appearances and scored 106 goals. He was a member of the team, which was promoted to the Football League First Division in 1920 and won the FA Cup in 1921
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William Jaques. Tottenham Hotspur 1914-1922. Early mono real photograph postcard of McDonald, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Nicely signed in pencil 'Yours truly, W. Jaques, 31/12/21'. A rarer signature. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £120
Bill Jaques signed for Tottenham from Coventry in 1914. The reliable goal keeper played a total of 138 matches in all competitions for the club between 1914 and 1922. He was a regular in the Second Division championship winning side of 1919/20. He died in 1925 at the age of 36 years
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Arthur Grimsdell. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1929. Early mono real photograph postcard of Grimsdell, half length, in Spurs shirt. Publisher unknown. Nicely signed 'Yours faithfully, A. Grimsdell'. Postally unused. Minor wear otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £170
Arthur Grimsdell was signed as a schoolboy player to Tottenham Hotspur at the age of 18 in April 1912. He played his first game that year. His career was interrupted by the First World War. On his return in 1919, he captained Tottenham and scored 14 goals in the 1919/20 season and led the team to win the Second Division that year. In the following season he captained the side, which won the FA Cup in 1921. His successful club career continued until he broke his leg during the 1925 season. He did not return to play for the side until 1927 and he went on to play for Spurs until April 1929 when he was released by the club. He made in total 418 appearances for Tottenham scoring 43 goals including 324 League appearances and 36 F.A Cup matches. In recognition of his distinguished career and service to the club he was admitted the Tottenham Hotspur Hall of Fame
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F. McCudden. Tottenham Hotspur 1923-1924. Early mono real photograph postcard of McCudden, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Nicely signed in ink 'Yours faithfully, F. McCudden'. Postally unused. Minor wear to image otherwise in good condition. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £120
F. McCudden played in one friendly match for Spurs v West Ham United at Upton Park on the 23rd February 1924. The match was drawn 1-1
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William Alexander Whitton. Tottenham Hotspur 1921-1923. Mono real photograph postcard of Whitton, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Nicely signed in ink 'Yours, W.A. Whitton'. Postally unused. Good condition. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £130
Bill Whitton played two matches and scored two goals for Spurs, before signing for Chelsea in March 1923
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Charles Walters. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1925. Mono real photograph postcard of Walters, full length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Nicely signed in ink 'Yours Sincerely, C. Walters'. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £120
Charlie Walters, a centre half, joined Tottenham from Oxford City in 1919. He made 117 appearances in all competitions for the club including collecting a winners' medal in the 1921 FA Cup Final
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James Cantrell. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1922. Mono real photograph postcard of Cantrell, full length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Nicely signed in ink 'Sincerely yours, Jimmy Cantrell, T.H.F.C.'. Postally unused. Odd faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £150
Tottenham Hotspur impressed by Jimmy Cantrell's goal scoring paid a substantial sum for his services from Notts County in 1912. In a career interrupted by the First World War, Cantrell lead the Spurs forward line that won the Football League Second Division in 1919-20 with a then record 70 points. He went on to collect a winner's medal in the 1921 FA Cup Final at the age of 38
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Charles Wilson. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1922. Mono real photograph postcard of Wilson, full length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton 1921. Signed 'C. Wilson'. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £90
After being demobbed Charlie Wilson played six times for Tottenham Hotspur in the 1918/19 season, although for reasons unknown he decided to hide his identity. In four of these games he played under the name of 'C. Williams' and in the other under the pseudonym of 'C. Forshaw'. Only in the sixth did he finally take to the field as Charlie Wilson. With the war over the Football League returned and Wilson scored 11 goals for Spurs in the 1919/20 season helping them claim the Second Division title
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James Marshall Seed. Tottenham Hotspur 1920-1927. Sepia real photograph postcard of Seed, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton 1921. Signed in pencil 'Yours Truly, Jimmy Seed 12/21/31'. Postally unused. Card edges a little soiled otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £150
After initially playing five games in the reserves Jimmy Seed got his first team chance with Spurs, making his debut at inside right and forming an immediate understanding with the legendary, diminutive right winger Fanny Walden. Seed played five games in the remainder of the 1919/20 season, scoring two goals as Spurs ran away with the Division Two title. Seed was a virtual ever present for Spurs in the following seven seasons in Division One. The 1919/20 season saw Tottenham lift the FA Cup with Seed playing in all six matches in the cup run, scoring five goals including a hat trick against Bradford City in the second round. Just two months after getting his cup winners medal Seed was called up for the first of this five England caps on 21 May 1921 against Belgium
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James Henry Dimmock. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1930. Mono real photograph postcard of Seed, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton 1920. Signed in pencil 'Yours Truly, J. Dimmock'. Postally unused. Good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £240
Jimmy Dimmock holds a unique place in the history of Tottenham Hotspur by being the only player in the club's history to play 400 league games and score 100 league goals. He also remains (at 20 years 139 days) the youngest Tottenham player to appear in an FA Cup Final. Undoubtedly his most memorable season was the 1920/21 season. Jimmy made his international debut against Scotland on 9 April 1921 at the age of 20 years and 125 days to become the youngest Spurs player (at that time) to play for England, and a fortnight later he appeared for Spurs in the FA Cup Final against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Stamford Bridge. Despite sustaining an injury early in the game, he scored the only goal of the game to secure a second FA Cup triumph for Tottenham. Surprisingly, he had to wait five years to gain his 2 further international caps, against Wales and Belgium in 1926.

When he was released by Spurs in 1931 he had scored 100 goals in 400 league games
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James Henry Dimmock. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1930. Mono real photograph postcard of Seed, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Postally unused. Good/very good condition. Sold with Bertram Smith. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1930. Mono real photograph postcard of Smith, full length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Title to lower border reads 'International Spurs Players. Bert Smith (Right Half)'. Some wear with slight damage to left hand edge, some soiling otherwise in good condition Postally unused. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £100
Bert Smith made 319 appearances and scored ten goals in all competitions for the club. The highlight of his Spurs career was collecting a winners' medal in the 1921 FA Cup Final
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Tottenham Hotspur c early 1920's. Plain postcard very nicely signed in ink to face by fourteen Spurs players from the period. Players are Arthur Grimsdell, Lowe, McDonald, Walden, Seed, Cantrell, Dimmock, B. Smith, Lindsay, Skinner, Handley, Maddison, Walters and Clay. Very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £240
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Tommy Clay, Fanny Walden and Bill Jaques. Tottenham Hotspur circa 1920-1922. Mono real photograph postcard showing all three players, full length on the pitch, in Spurs shirts, with large crowd behind them in the stand. Signed by all three players in pencil. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £160
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Thomas Clay. Tottenham Hotspur 1914-1929. Mono real photograph postcard of Clay, full length, in Spurs shirt. Signed boldly in pencil 'J.C. Clay'. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £70
Tommy Clay played for Spurs throughout the First World War participating in 107 friendly matches. He captained the side in 1920 when it won the Second division title. In March 1921 he kept a clean sheet as stand-in goalkeeper in a 1-0 victory over Sunderland. Later the same year, although not captain, he played in the 1921 FA Cup Final. He continued to play for Tottenham, totting-up 318 league appearances
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Thomas Clay. Tottenham Hotspur 1914-1929. 'Our Football Boys'. Colour caricature plainback postcard of Clay presented with the Football Favourite/Special. 'No.2 Tom Clay, Tottenham Hotspur, 23rd September 1922. G
Estimate: £20/30
Hammer price: £32
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George Maddison. Tottenham Hotspur 1922-1923. Mono real photograph postcard of Maddison, full length, in Spurs jersey. Signed in ink 'Yours truly, G. Maddison'. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £150
George Maddison began his career at Birtley Colliery before joining Tottenham Hotspur in 1922. He made a total of 41 appearances in all competitions for the White Hart Lane club between 1922/23
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John Pearson and James Andrew Banks. Tottenham Hotspur c1921[?]. Mono real photograph postcard showing both players, full length on the pitch, in Spurs shirts, in front of the stand. Signed by both players one in pencil, the other in ink. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good condition. Postally unused
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £125
Pearson and Banks were both awarded a joint Benefit against Chelsea in 1921. This image could well have been taken in that season
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Robert Samuel Brown. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1923. Mono real photograph postcard of Brown, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Some wear to corners otherwise in good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £50
Brown began his career at his local club non-League Thorneycrofts before joining Tottenham Hotspur. The left back made 45 appearances in all competitions for the White Hart Lane club between 1919-1923
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Herbert Blake. Tottenham Hotspur 1921-1923. Mono real photograph postcard of Blake, half length, in Spurs jersey. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good/very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £60
Herbert Blake joined Tottenham Hotspur in 1921 where he went on to appear in 56 matches in all competitions between 1921-1923
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Alexander Findlay Lindsay. Tottenham Hotspur 1919-1929. Mono real photograph postcard of Lindsay, half length, in Spurs jersey. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good condition Postally unused. Sold with Alfred Thomas Messer. Tottenham Hotspur 1930-1931. Mono real photograph postcard of Messer, half length, in Spurs jersey. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £55
Lindsay joined Tottenham Hotspur from Raith Rovers in 1919. The centre forward played a total of 224 matches and scored on 48 occasions in all competitions for the Lilywhites.

Alf Messer signed for Reading in 1923 and went on to feature in 271 matches and scored 18 goals between 1923-1929. Messer signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1930 and played in 52 games and found the net twice in all competitions
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A.W. Jennings. Tottenham Hotspur 1923-1924. Mono real photograph postcard of Lindsay, half length, in Spurs jersey. Nicely signed by Jennings 'Yours truly A.W. Jennings'. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £150
Jennings played in only two matches in the 1923/24 season, both London F.A. Charity Cup matches against Crystal Palace and Clapton Orient
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Lot 1644
Horace Lowe. Tottenham Hotspur 1914-1926. Excellent mono real photograph postcard of Lowe, half length, in Spurs jersey. Nicely signed by Lowe 'Best Wishes, Harry Lowe'. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Crease to postcard otherwise in good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £150
Harry Lowe, a centre half, signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1914. He played a total of 72 matches in all competitions between 1914-1926 for the Spurs
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Frank Raymond Osborne. Tottenham Hotspur 1924-1931. Excellent mono real photograph postcard of Osbourne, half length, in Spurs jersey. Nicely signed by Osbourne 'Sincerely Yours, F. Osbourne'. Appears to be a 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton' postcard. Good/very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £70
Frank Osbourne was one of the top forwards of the 1920s, playing for Tottenham Hotspur, making 210 appearance and also making four appearances for England
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Matthew Forster. Tottenham Hotspur 1920-1929. Excellent mono real photograph postcard of Forster, half length, in Spurs jersey. Nicely signed by Forster 'Yours sincerely, Matt Forster'. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Good/very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £85
Matt Forster a full back joined Tottenham from Newburn in 1920 and made 244 appearances in all competitions for the club
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Alexander Campbell Hunter. Tottenham Hotspur 1920-1922. Mono real photograph postcard of goalkeeper Hunter, full length, in Spurs jersey leaning on a goal post. Appears to be a 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton' postcard. Good/very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £80
Alex Hunter joined Tottenham Hotspur in 1920 and was a member of the 1921 FA Cup Final-winning side. Hunter featured in 26 matches in all competitions for Spurs. After leaving White Hart Lane in 1922 he moved on to Wigan Borough
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Frank Hartley. Tottenham Hotspur 1922 and 1927-1929. Mono real photograph postcard of Hartley, half length, in Spurs shirt. W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good/very good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £110
Hartley began his career at Oxford City before joining Tottenham Hotspur in 1922 and played in one match. After a spell with the Corinthians, the inside forward rejoined Spurs to go on and make a further six appearances and scoring once between 1927-1929
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David Wilson Colquhoun. Tottenham Hotspur 1931-1934. Mono real photograph postcard of Colquhon, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. Photographer unknown, probably W.J. Crawford of Edmonton. Good/very good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £175
In 1931 the Davie Colquhoun, a , right half signed for Tottenham Hotspur where he featured in 87 matches and scored twice in all competitions between 1931-1934
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Reginald Harold Bungay. Tottenham Hotspur 1932-1933. Mono real photograph postcard of Colquhon, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Good/very good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £85
Bungay joined Spurs at the start of the 1932/33 season but failed to appear in the first team
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Lot 1651
James Smailes. Tottenham Hotspur 1930-1931. Mono real photograph postcard of Smailes, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Good/very good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £65
Jimmy Smailes, an outside left, signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1930 making 16 appearances and scored three goals for the Spurs
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Harry Skitt. Tottenham Hotspur 1924-1931 and Herbert Hodgkinson. Tottenham Hotspur 1930-1931. Mono real photograph postcards of Skitt and Hodgkinson , half length, wearing Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton' stamp and 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso of each card. Good/very good condition Postally unused. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £110
Harry Skitt joined Tottenham in 1924 and played a total of 229 matches in all competitions for the White Hart Lane club.

Bert Hodgkinson signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1930 and went on to make 58 appearances for the club in all competitions
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John Alfred Morrison. Tottenham Hotspur 1931 and 1932-1939. Mono real photograph postcard of Morrison, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. Crusha & Son Ltd, Tottenham. Good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £75
Johnny Morrison joined Spurs in 1931 for his first spell at the club. He moved to the Tottenham Hotspur nursery club Northfleet United before rejoining the White Hart Lane side in 1932. The free-scoring centre forward played a total of 154 matches and found the net on 102 occasions in all competitions up to the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939
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Tottenham Hotspur Managers. Peter McWilliam. Tottenham Hotspur 1912-1927 and 1938-1942 and John Tresadern. Tottenham Hotspur 1935-1938. Two mono real photograph postcards of McWilliam, both half length. Both postcards by A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Good condition Postally unused. Qty 2
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £200
Peter McWilliam went on to manage Tottenham Hotspur on two separate occasions as well as Middlesbrough. He was the longest serving manager at Tottenham (however, both his stints were interrupted by world wars, therefore he managed fewer years of normal football) and led Spurs to an FA Cup win in 1921, becoming the first man to win the competition as a player, with Newcastle United, and a manager with Spurs.

Jack Tresadern left Crystal Palace to manage Tottenham Hotspur, but had little success at White Hart Lane, resigning to take over at Plymouth Argyle in April 1938 rather than wait to be sacked
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Tottenham Hotspur. Selection of three pre-printed postcards posted by D. Rebbeck, a autograph collector from Chippenham, from 1947 to 1953 to various Spurs players requesting their autograph. The cricketers have signed the cards on verso and returned the cards to Mr Rebbeck. Signatures, nicely signed in ink, are Cyril Henry Spiers (1927-1933), Eugene 'Taffy' (1927-1935) and George Samuel Hunt (1930-1937). Each card with pre-printed request and postage stamp. File holes to card edge not affecting the signatures. Good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £25
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Leslie Francis Howe. Tottenham Hotspur 1930-1939 and Frederick Albert Sargent. Tottenham Hotspur 1933-1945. Two mono real photograph postcards of Howe and Sargent, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. 'W.J. Crawford of Edmonton, Spurs official photo' stamp to verso. Good condition Postally unused. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £140
Les Howe signed as a professional in August 1930 for Tottenham Hotspur. On 26 December 1930, he his debut at right half at Southampton. He played in every outfield position for the White Hart Lane club which also included an appearance as an emergency goal keeper against Coventry City. The versatile player featured in 182 games and scored 28 goals in all competitions for Spurs till the outbreak of World War II in 1939.

Fred Sargent was a right winger who played for Tottenham Hotspur between 1934-1935 making 109 appearances and scored 31 goals for the club.
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John Harris. Tottenham Hotspur 1939. Mono real photograph postcard of Harris, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Good condition Postally unused. A rarer postcard
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £65
Gentleman John Harris made one appearance for Tottenham in the 1938/39 season, after the war he played 326 matches for Chelsea between 1945 and 1956
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Sid Tickridge. Tottenham Hotspur 1946-1951 and Ronald William Dix. Tottenham Hotspur 1939-1947. Two mono real photograph postcards of Tickridge and Dix, full length, wearing Spurs attire. Publisher unknown. Name handwritten to lower border of the Tickridge postcard otherwise in good condition Postally unused. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £95
Tickridge joined Spurs as a junior in April 1946. He played a total of 101 games in all competitions for the club in the position of full back from 1946 to 1950. Tickridge took part in the push and run side of 1950-1951.

Dix joined Tottenham Hotspur in June 1939, scoring once in one of his 3 1939-40 games for Spurs prior to the season being abandoned due to the outbreak of the Second World War, and he played for Spurs both sides of the War, scoring 6 goals in 43 appearances.
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Jimmy Kelly. Tottenham Hotspur 1949-50, Richard K. Cook. Tottenham Hotspur 1949-1950 and Leonard Stanley Duquemin. Tottenham Hotspur 1946-1957. Three mono real photograph postcards of Kelly, Cook and Duquemin, two full length, one half length, wearing Spurs attire. Publisher unknown. Good condition Postally unused. Qty 3
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £120
Jimmy Kelly had been transferred from Glenavon to Second Division Tottenham Hotspur. While Spurs were promoted to Division One in that season Jimmy was transferred to Carlisle United the following February, without making a first team appearance at White Hart Lane.

Richard Cook moved to Spurs from Reading in 1949 but only made three appearance for the club before moving to Watford.

Len Duquemin made 307 appearances for Tottenham Hotspur and scored 134 goals. He won the League Championship in 1951 having won the Second Division title the year before. Known as 'Reliable Len' for his hard work rather than for being a stylish player
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William Ernest Arthur Jones. Tottenham Hotspur 1947-49, Cyril Harvey Toulouse. Tottenham Hotspur 1947-1948 and Victor Frederick Buckingham. Tottenham Hotspur 1935-1949. Three mono real photograph postcards of Jones, Toulouse and Buckingham, all full length, wearing Spurs attire. One card, W.E. Atkins of Tottenham, the other two publisher unknown, but seem very similar. Good condition Postally unused. Qty 3
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £95
Ernie Jones was a free scoring winger transferred to Tottenham Hotspur in October 1947 for a £7000 fee. He went on to appear in 57 matches and found the net on 16 occasions in all competitions between 1947 and 1948.

Cyril Toulouse signed for Tottenham Hotspur in December 1947 and made his debut for the Spurs in a fixture versus WBA on 11 September 1948.Toulouse played two senior matches for the White Hart Lane club.

Vic Buckingham joined Tottenham Hotspur in 1934 and played his first season for Tottenham Hotspur nursery club, Northfleet United. After that single season he returned to Tottenham, then playing in the Second Division, where he accumulated 230 matches as a defensive midfielder and later defender before leaving in 1949.
Lot 1661:
Lot 1661
William Edward Nicholson. Tottenham Hotspur 1939. Mono real photograph postcard of Nicholson, half length, wearing Spurs shirt. A. Wilkes & Son of West Bromwich. Good condition Postally unused
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £60
Bill Nicholson had a 36-year association with Tottenham Hotspur he was a player, coach, manager and scout. He played for the club from 1938-1955. He is considered one of the most important figures in the club's history, winning eight major trophies in his 16-year managerial spell (1958-1974), and most notably guiding the team to their Double-winning season of 1960/1961.
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Tottenham Hotspur 1950/60's. Four mono real photograph postcards of Alf Ramsey, Danny Blanchflower, Bill Brown and the last featuring Spurs players and linesman leaving the pitch with snow on the ground. One postcard by Ditchburn & Adcock of Tottenham. All plainback postcards. Good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £110
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Tottenham Hotspur 1950/60's. Four signed mono real photograph postcards of Bill Brown, Ron Burgess, Cliff Jones and Dave Mackay. One postcard by Ditchburn & Adcock of Tottenham. Good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £130
Lot 1664:
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Tottenham Hotspur 1950/60's. Three signed mono real photograph postcards of Danny Blanchflower, Johnny Brooks and John Ryden. All plain back postcards. Odd faults otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £130
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Tottenham Hotspur 1960's. Six mono real photograph postcards of Alan Gilzean, Alan Mullery, Terry Venables, Mike England, Jimmy Greaves and Dave Mackay. All plain back postcards. Sold with three mono real photograph trade cards of Les Allen, Ron Henry and John White issued in the 'Star' October 1960. Odd faults otherwise in good condition. Qty 9
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £75
Lot 1666:
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Tottenham Hotspur 1960's to 1990's. Forty six mono and colour postcards, trade cards, advertising cards and odd photograph of spurs players from the period. Includes Mullery, Jennings, Chivers, Peters, England, Hoddle, Greaves, Howells, Ardiles, Waddle, Lineker, Klinsmann, Gascoigne, Ginola, Sheringham etc. Odd card signed including Nielsen, Ginola, Ardiles, Chivers etc. Five cards are the '3D Gallery of Football Stars' issued by the Sun in the early 1970's. Odd faults otherwise in good condition. Qty 46
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £70
Lot 1667:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Hastings. Season 1909-1910 and Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham 1910-1911. South Eastern League. Two original reserve team programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Hastings (4th September 1909) and v Fulham (1st September 1910). The Hastings programme appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, minor age toning otherwise in good condition. The Fulham programme in good condition but has paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme. Rare early programmes. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £150
Spurs beat Hasting 2-0 and Fulham 1-0 in these matches
Lot 1668:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Croydon Common. London Football Association Challenge Cup 2nd round. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the Cup match played at White Hart Lane on the 11th October 1909. The programme in good/very good condition but has paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £130
Spurs beat Croydon Common 7-1.

Early programmes for Spurs matches featured a cartoon normally featuring 'Cocky' the Cockerel by artist Fred Perry. The programmes featuring 'Cocky' continued to be published until the 1928/29 season when Jos Walker took over the mantle.
Lot 1669:
Lot 1669
Tottenham Hotspur v Middlesborough. English League Division 1. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 16th October 1909. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £150
This was Spurs first year in Division One having been promoted in the previous season. Spurs lost to Middlesborough 1-3
Lot 1670:
Lot 1670
Tottenham Hotspur v Notts County. English League Division 1. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 30th October 1909. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, minor annotation in pencil to some pages, light horizontal crease otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £200
This was Spurs first year in Division One having been promoted in the previous season. Spurs lost to Notts County 1-3
Lot 1671:
Lot 1671
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton. English League Division 1. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 8th January 1910. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, small tear to spine edge of programme, minor ink annotation to front wrapper, light horizontal crease otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £140
This was Spurs first year in Division One having been promoted in the previous season. Spurs beat Everton 3-0
Lot 1672:
Lot 1672
Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City. English League Division 1. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 12th February 1910. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, minor loss to edge of front wrapper, ink annotation to team changes on rear 'field of play' wrapper, light horizontal crease, paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £160
This was Spurs first year in Division One having been promoted in the previous season. Spurs beat Bristol City 3-2
Lot 1673:
Lot 1673
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United. English League Division 1. Season 1909-1910. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 19th March 1910. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to team changes on rear 'field of play' wrapper, pencil scores to one page, minor chipping to front wrapper edges, light horizontal crease otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £170
This was Spurs first year in Division One having been promoted in the previous season. Spurs lost to Newcastle 0-4
Lot 1674:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield Wednesday. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 3rd September 1910. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to rear 'field of play' wrapper and to one inside page, pencil scores to one page, minor chipping to edges, light horizontal crease otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £130
Spurs beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-1
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Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City, v Luton Town and v Clapton Orient. Season 1910-1911. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Bristol City (10th September 1910), v Luton Town (1st October 1910) and v Clapton Orient (26th November 1910). All three programmes have a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme. The Luton Town programme has small loss to programme extremities. Good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £220
Spurs beat Bristol City 1-0, Luton Town 2-0 and Clapton Orient 2-0 in these matches
Lot 1676:
Lot 1676
Tottenham Hotspur v Preston North End. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 8th October 1910. The programme has a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £130
Spurs drew with Preston 1-1
Lot 1677:
Lot 1677
Football League v Southern League. A.E. Kennedy Benefit Match. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the Benefit match played at White Hart Lane on the 17th October 1910. The programme has the remains of a paper tape strip to the spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £240
Arthur Edward Kennedy was connected with WoolwIch Arsenal Football Club and gave many years of service as Finance Secretary, Manager, Director and Chairman. He died at the age of 41 years.

The Southern League beat the Football League 4-0 in the match
Lot 1678:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Bury. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 5th November 1910. The programme appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, scorers have been annotated in ink to 'field of play', minor tears and nicks to programme edges otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £130
Spurs beat Bury 5-0
Lot 1679:
Lot 1679
Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 19th November 1910. The programme has a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £130
Spurs lost to Villa 1-2
Lot 1680:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Croydon Common, v Tunbridge Wells and v Brighton. Season 1910-1911. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Croydon Common (9th January 1911), v Tunbridge Wells (21st January 1911) and v Brighton (25th February 1911. All three programmes have a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme. The Croydon Common programme has ink annotation to the 'field of Play' and a tear to the bottom of the rear wrapper edge and nicks to the front wrapper edges otherwise in good condition. The Tunbridge Wells programme in good/very good condition and the Brighton programme with some age toning, minor nicks to page edges and pencil annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £400
Spurs beat Croydon Common 3-0 Tunbridge Wells 4-0 and lost to Brighton 0-1 in these matches
Lot 1681:
Lot 1681
Whites v Stripes. International Trial Match. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the Trial match played at White Hart Lane on the 23rd January 1911. The programme appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, some minor wear to covers, some age toning to programme otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £170
Whites beat the Stripes 4-1
Lot 1682:
Lot 1682
Tottenham Hotspur v Oldham Athletic. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 28th January 1911. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks and splitting to spine edge, some minor wear to covers, some age toning to programme, minor loss to lower right hand corner, ink handwritten annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £120
The match was abandoned at half time due to fog
Lot 1683:
Lot 1683
Tottenham Hotspur v Tottenham League & Alliance. Friendly. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the friendly match played at White Hart Lane on the 4th February 1911. The programme has a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme, some minor wear to covers, some age toning to programme otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £140
Lot 1684:
Lot 1684
Tottenham Hotspur v Middlesborough. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 13th February 1911. The programme has a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £110
Spurs beat Middlesborough 6-2
Lot 1685:
Lot 1685
Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool and v Swindon. English League Division 1 and South Eastern League. Season 1910-1911. Original joint match programme for the English League Division 1 match v Liverpool played on the 4th March 1911 and the reserve match v Swindon Town played on the 6th March 1911 at White Hart Lane. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks and splitting to spine edge, the covers very nearly cleanly detached, pencil annotation to results page and attendance written in ink to 'field of play' on back page otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £200
Spurs beat Liverpool 1-0 and Swindon beat Tottenham 1-3
Lot 1686:
Lot 1686
Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland and v Coventry City. English League Division 1 and South Eastern League. Season 1910-1911. Original joint match programme for the English League Division 1 match v Sunderland played on the 1st April 1911 and the reserve match v Coventry City played on the 3rd April 1911 at White Hart Lane. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks and splitting to spine edge, the covers cleanly detached, pencil annotation to results page and attendance written in ink to 'field of play' on back page otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £130
Spurs drew with Sunderland 1-1 and Tottenham beat Coventry 3-0
Lot 1687:
Lot 1687
Tottenham Hotspur v Bradford City. English League Division 1. Season 1910-1911. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 15th April 1911. The programme has a paper tape strip to spine edge on the back of the programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £130
Spurs beat Bradford City 2-0
Lot 1688:
Lot 1688
Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland. English League Division 1. Season 1911-1912. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 20th January 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with nicks, tears and splitting to spine edge, the covers detached, tears and nicks to page edges resulting in some small loss, overall in about fair/good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £140
Spurs drew with Sunderland 0-0
Lot 1689:
Lot 1689
Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City. South Eastern League. Season 1911-1912. Original programme for the reserve match played at White Hart Lane on the 18th March 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £95
Spurs lost to Bristol City 0-3
Lot 1690:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa. English League Division 1. Season 1911-1912. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 23rd March 1912. The programme has small file holes down the spine edge and may have been bound at some point and the covers are worn and wrinkled with folds, nicks, small tears to programme edges, horizontal fold, some soiling and some pencil annotation internally, overall in about fair/good condition. Sold with an original programmes for the Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield United League match played at White Hart Lane on the 6th April 1912. The programme in poor condition with old tape attached to all edges and folds throughout, some minor damage and a small amount of ink annotation internally. Qty 2. Rare early programmes
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £130
Spurs beat Villa 2-1 and drew 1-1 with Sheffield United
Lot 1691:
Lot 1691
Tottenham Hotspur v Bolton Wanderers. English League Division 1. Season 1911-1912. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 20th April 1912. The programme has small file holes down the spine edge and may have been bound at some point with some splitting to spine, horizontal crease, the wrappers a little worn, some tears and nicks to page edges otherwise in generally good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £180
Spurs drew with Sunderland 0-0
Lot 1692:
Lot 1692
Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield Wednesday. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 7th September 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £150
Spurs lost the match 2-4
Lot 1693:
Lot 1693
Tottenham Hotspur v Bromley. London Challenge Cup. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 23rd September 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £500
Spurs lost the match 2-4
Lot 1694:
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Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United, v Watford and v Woolwich Arsenal. Season 1912-1913. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v West Ham (5th October 1912), v Watford (19th October 1912) and v Brighton (2nd November 1912). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge and all three have minor ink annotation to 'field of play' on the back wrappers otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £260
Spurs beat West Ham 4-0, drew Watford 1-1 and drew with Arsenal 1-1 in these matches
Lot 1695:
Lot 1695
Tottenham Hotspur v Notts County. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 12th October 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, horizontal fold otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £180
The match was abandoned with ten minutes to go due to fog. Notts County were winning 1-3 at the time
Lot 1696:
Lot 1696
Tottenham Hotspur v Notts County. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 4th November 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, some age toning otherwise in very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £170
This was the rearranged match from the original match which was abandoned with ten minutes to go due to fog. Notts County were winning 1-3 at the time. In the rearranged match Notts County beat Spurs 0-3
Lot 1697:
Lot 1697
Tottenham Hotspur v Bolton Wanderers. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 9th November 1912. The programme in only fair condition with wrappers detached, nicks and tears to programme edges with small loss, two files holes to left hand edge, minor pencil annotation to inside pages, horizontal fold and some wear to wrappers. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £150
Spurs lost the match 0-1
Lot 1698:
Lot 1698
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 23rd November 1912. The programme in only fair condition with wrappers detached, nicks and tears to programme edges with small loss, horizontal fold and some wear to wrappers. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £160
Spurs won the match 1-0
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Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City, v Brentford and v Queens Park Rangers. Season 1912-1913. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Bristol City (16th November 1912), v Brentford (30th November 1912) and v Queens Park Rangers (25th December 1912). The latter two programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, the Queens Park Rangers having pencil annotation to 'field of play' on the back wrapper. The Bristol City programme is attached at the head of the programmes rather than the left hand side, is worn with nicks, tears to edges with small loss and some creasing, the other two programmes are in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £180
Spurs beat Bristol City 4-0, beat Brentford 3-0 and beat Queens Park Rangers 4-0 in these matches
Lot 1700:
Lot 1700
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 26th December 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor ink annotation to 'field of play' on rear wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £160
Spurs won the match 4-0
Lot 1701:
Lot 1701
Tottenham Hotspur v Finchley. Friendly. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the friendly match played at White Hart Lane on the 28th December 1912. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor ink annotation to 'field of play' on rear wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £170
Spurs won the match 5-1
Lot 1702:
Lot 1702
Tottenham Hotspur v Blackpool. English Cup. 1st Round Re-Play. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the English Cup tie played at White Hart Lane on the 16th January 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor nicks to page edges otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £750
Having drawn with Blackpool in the initial tie, they proceeded to beat them 6-1 in the replay...
Lot 1703:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea, v Swindon and v Croydon Common. Season 1912-1913. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Chelsea (18th January 1913), v Swindon (15th February 1913) and v Croydon Common (1st March 1913). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor ink annotation to 'field of play' to back wrapper of the Chelsea programme otherwise all in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £240
Spurs drew with Chelsea 1-1, lost to Swindon 2-3 and lost to Croydon Common 0-1 in these matches
Lot 1704:
Lot 1704
Tottenham Hotspur v Music Hall Artistes. Friendly. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the friendly match played at White Hart Lane on the 6th March 1913. The programme has four small file holes to left hand edge, minor pencil annotation to internal pages, wear to wrappers, horizontal fold, nicks, tears to page edges with small loss otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £130
Spurs lost the match 7-9. Music Hall Artistes included Sam Mayo, George Robey, Harry Weldon in their team
Lot 1705:
Lot 1705
Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 8th March 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £170
Spurs won the match 1-0
Lot 1706:
Lot 1706
Tottenham Hotspur v Portsmouth and v Fulham. Season 1912-1913. South Eastern League. Joint match original reserve team programme for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Portsmouth (22nd March 1913) and v Fulham (25th March 1913). The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, some ink annotation to 'field of play' to back wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £120
Spurs beat Portsmouth 3-2 and beat Fulham 6-0 in these matches
Lot 1707:
Lot 1707
Tottenham Hotspur [Old Boys] v Walthamstow & Grove United v Montague Athletic (Tottenham Charity Cup Final). Season 1912-1913. Joint match original programme for the matches to be played at White Hart Lane on the 29th March. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, some ink annotation to 'field of play' to back wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £120
Lot 1708:
Lot 1708
Tottenham Hotspur v Oldham Athletic. English League Division 1. Season 1912-1913. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 5th April 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to 'field of play' on the back wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £160
Spurs won the match 1-0
Lot 1709:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Tunbridge Wells & Grove United v Montague Athletic (Tottenham Charity Cup Final) and 'Tottenham v Brentford (Middlesex Schools Shield Final) & Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton (South Eastern League). Season 1912-1913. Two joint match original programmes for the matches played at White Hart Lane on the 12th and 26th April 1913. The programmes appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge. The Brentford programme in good/very good condition, the Tunbridge Wells programme with some nick and tears with small loss, some folds otherwise in good condition. Qty 2. Rare early programme
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £420
It is not known why there are two different dates for the Tottenham Charity Cup Final.
Lot 1710:
Lot 1710
Tottenham Hotspur v Croydon Common. Middlesex Football Association Cup. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the Cup match played at White Hart Lane on the 15th September 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £95
Spurs won the match 5-0
Lot 1711:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Brentford, v Clapton Orient and v Bristol City. Season 1913-1914. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Brentford (20th September 1913), v Clapton Orient (18th October 1913) and v Bristol City (15th November 1913). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to 'field of play' to back wrapper of the Bristol City programme otherwise all in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £150
Spurs beat Brentford 5-0, beat Clapton Orient 3-1 and beat Bristol City 3-1 in these matches
Lot 1712:
Lot 1712
Tottenham Hotspur v Metrogas. London Challenge Cup. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the Cup match played at White Hart Lane on the 22nd September 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, minor loss to top right hand edge of front wrapper otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £260
Spurs won the match 11-2...!
Lot 1713:
Lot 1713
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 27th September 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £170
Spurs won the match 3-1
Lot 1714:
Lot 1714
Tottenham Hotspur v Bradford City. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 11th October 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £160
Spurs drew 0-0
Lot 1715:
Lot 1715
Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham. Middlesex Reserve Cup. Semi-Final. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 12th November 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £130
Spurs drew with Fulham 0-0
Lot 1716:
Lot 1716
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 22nd November 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor age toning and minor wear to programme edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £150
Spurs beat Everton 4-1
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Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester, v Watford and v West Ham United. Season 1913-1914. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Leicester (29th November 1913), v Watford (13th December 1913) and v West Ham United (25th December 1913). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, ink annotation to 'field of play' to back wrapper of the Leicester and West Ham programme otherwise all in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £190
Spurs beat Leicester 2-1, beat Watford 5-1 and beat West Ham 1-0 in these matches
Lot 1718:
Lot 1718
Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield Wednesday. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 20th December 1913. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor age toning and minor wear to programme edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £130
Spurs drew with Wednesday 1-1
Lot 1719:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton, v Norwich City and v Fulham. Season 1913-1914. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Southampton (3rd January 1914), v Norwich City (14th January 1914) and v Fulham (9th March 1914). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, some wear with small loss to the wrapper extremities of the Norwich programme otherwise all in generally good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £200
Spurs beat Southampton 8-3, beat Norwich City 2-1 and beat Fulham 2-1 in these matches
Lot 1720:
Lot 1720
Tottenham Hotspur v Walthamstow & District League. Friendly. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the friendly match played at White Hart Lane on the 31st January 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, minor ink annotation to 'field of play' on the back wrapper, odd nicks/chips to edge of programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £120
Spurs won the game 4-1
Lot 1721:
Lot 1721
Tottenham Hotspur v Preston North End. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 7th March 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £130
Spurs won 1-0
Lot 1722:
Lot 1722 Lot 1722
Tottenham Hotspur v Portsmouth and v Swindon. Season 1913-1914. South Eastern League. Two original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Portsmouth (14th March 1914) and v Swindon (14th April 1914). Both programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 2
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £110
Spurs lost to Portsmouth 1-2 and beat Swindon 4-0 in these matches
Lot 1723:
Lot 1723
Tottenham Hotspur v Bolton Wanderers. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 10th April 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £120
Spurs beat Bolton 3-0
Lot 1724:
Lot 1724
Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa. English League Division 1. Season 1913-1914. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 18th April 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge with small loss, rear wrapper detached, front wrapper almost detached otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £150
Spurs lost to Villa 0-2
Lot 1725:
Lot 1725
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton. English League Division 1. Season 1914-1915. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 2nd September 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, some slitting to spine otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £130
Spurs lost to Everton 1-3
Lot 1726:
Lot 1726
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea. English League Division 1. Season 1914-1915. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 5th September 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, some chipping to page edges with very small loss otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £150
Spurs drew with Chelsea 1-1
Lot 1727:
Lot 1727
Tottenham Hotspur v Clapton Orient. London League. Season 1914-1915. Original single sheet programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 7th September 1914. Irregular trim to left hand page edge, some nicks to page edges otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £80
Spurs won 2-0
Lot 1728:
Lot 1728
Tottenham Hotspur v Norwich City and v Southampton. Season 1914-1915. South Eastern League. Joint match original reserve team programme for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Norwich City (12th September 1914) and v Southampton (14th September 1914). The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £50
Spurs drew with Norwich 1-1 and lost to Southampton 1-3 in these matches
Lot 1729:
Lot 1729 Lot 1729
Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton, v Fulham and v Southend. Season 1914-1915. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Brighton (26th September 1914), v Fulham (3rd October 1914) and v Southend (single sheet programme. 12th October 1914). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, odd minor faults to page edges otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £70/90
Hammer price: £170
Spurs beat Brighton 4-1, drew with Fulham 2-2 and lost 1-4 to Southend in these matches
Lot 1730:
Lot 1730
Tottenham Hotspur v Middlesborough. English League Division 1. Season 1914-1915. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 10th October 1914. The programme in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £150
Spurs drew with Middlesborough 3-3
Lot 1731:
Lot 1731
Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa. English League Division 1. Season 1914-1915. Original programme for the league match played at White Hart Lane on the 24th October 1914. The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £160
Spurs lost to Villa 0-2
Lot 1732:
Lot 1732 Lot 1732 Lot 1732
Tottenham Hotspur v Swindon, v Queens Park Rangers and v West Ham United. Season 1914-1915. South Eastern League. Three original reserve team programmes for the games played at White Hart Lane, v Swindon (31st October 1914), v Queens Park Rangers (14th November 1914) and v West Ham (12th December 1914). All three programmes appear to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge, the Swindon programme has some loss to the rear wrapper, odd faults to page edges otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programmes. Qty 3
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £95
Spurs beat Swindon 2-1, beat Queens Park Rangers 3-0 and lost 1-3 to West Ham in these matches
Lot 1733:
Lot 1733 Lot 1733
Tottenham Hotspur v Queens Park Rangers and v West Ham United. London League. Season 1914-1915. Two original single sheet programmes for the league matches played at White Hart Lane on the 11th January and the 22nd February 1915. Some minor wear to left hand page edge of each programme, ink annotation to the 'field of play' of the Queens Park Rangers programme otherwise in good condition. Qty 2. Rare early programmes
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £110
Spurs lost 0-1 to QPR and drew 2-2 with West Ham
Lot 1734:
Lot 1734
Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City and v Fulham. Season 1914-1915. South Eastern League and London League. Joint match original reserve team programme for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Bristol City (S.E.L. 23rd January 1915) and v Fulham (L.L. 25th January 1915). The programme appears to have previously been bound with very minor nicks to spine edge otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £80
Spurs lost to Bristol City 1-4 and beat Fulham 3-1 in these matches
Lot 1735:
Lot 1735
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United and v Portsmouth. Season 1914-1915. English League Division 1 & South Eastern League. Joint match original first team and reserve team programme for the matches played at White Hart Lane, v Newcastle United (E.L.D.1. 2nd April 1915) and v Portsmouth (S.E.L. 2nd April 1915). The programme has three small file holes down the spine edge and may have been bound at some point, some folds, wear to wrappers, some tears and nicks to folds, joined at the top edge as well as the left hand side otherwise in good condition. Rare early programme
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £140
One match was played in the morning of Good Friday 1915 and the other in the afternoon.

Spurs drew with Newcastle 0-0
Lot 1736:
Lot 1736 Lot 1736
Tottenham Hotspur v Gillingham (South Eastern League) and v Croydon (London League). South Eastern League and London League. Season 1914-1915. Two original single sheet programmes for the league matches played at White Hart Lane on the 6th April and the 26th April 1915. Irregular trim and wear to left hand page edge of each programme, minor tape repair to the lower right hand corner of the Gillingham programme, odd nicks to page edges otherwise in good condition. Qty 2. Rare early programmes
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £110
Lot 1737:
Lot 1737 Lot 1737
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1919/1920. English League Division 2. Five official home programmes for the season, v Clapton Orient (11/10/19), v Fulham (13/12/19), v Hull City (25/12/19), v Stockport County (17/1/1920) and v Stoke City (3/4/20) played at White Hart Lane. Some folds and wear, minor wear to page edges, ink team changes to 'field of play' in one programme, some light fading to two programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £130/160
Hammer price: £440
Tottenham were champions of Division 2 in season 1919/20 and were promoted back to Division One
Lot 1738:
Lot 1738 Lot 1738
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1919/1920. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Thirteen official home programmes for the season, v Clapton Orient (L.C. 18/10/19), v Q.P.R. (L.C. 25/10/19), v Clapton Orient (friendly, 8/11), v Luton Town (friendly, 22/11), v Southampton (friendly, 6/12), v Fulham (L.C. 20/12), v Brentford (L.C. 26/12/19), v Brentford (L.C. 3/1/20), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 7/2/20), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 9/2/20), v West Ham United (L.C. 10/4/20), v Brentford (L.C. 29/4/20) and v Fulham (L.C. 1/5/20) played at White Hart Lane. Some folds and wear, some wear to page edges (one heavy with some loss to edges), one programme with pages detached otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £120/160
Hammer price: £420
Lot 1739:
Lot 1739 Lot 1739
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1920/1921. English League Division 1. Sixteen official home programmes for the season, v Blackburn Rovers (28/8/20), v Derby County (6/9/20), v Aston Villa (18/09/20), v Burnley (23/10/20), v Oldham Athletic (6/10/20), v Preston North End (20/11/1920), v Bolton Wanderers (18/12/20), v Bristol Rovers (English Cup first round. 8/01/21), v Bradford (3/02/21), England v The South (International Trial Match. 7/02/21), v Manchester City (12/02/21), v Oxford University (friendly. 21/02/21), v Music Hall Artistes (Charity match. 17/3/21), v Sunderland (2/04/21), v Huddersfield Town (30/04/21) and v Middlesborough (7/5/21) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd ones with pin holes, folds and wear to odd programme, staining, minor nicks and tears to edges to three programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/300
Hammer price: £1200
Tottenham won the F.A. Cup in season 1920/21 and finished in 6th position in the League
Lot 1740:
Lot 1740 Lot 1740 Lot 1740 Lot 1740 Lot 1740 Lot 1740 Lot 1740
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1920/1921. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Thirteen official home programmes for the season, v Southampton (friendly. 4/9/20), v Brentford (L.C. 11/9/20), v Chelsea (L.C., 20/9/20), v Luton Town (L.C. 30/10/20), v Millwall (L.C. 8/11/20), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 27/11/20), v West Ham United (L.C. 25/12/20), v Arsenal (L.C. 1/1/21), v Fulham (L.C. 22/1/21), programme of the Tottenham Charity Cup semi-final ties (19/3/21), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 23/4/21) and Clapton Orient v Crystal Palace (London Challenge Cup Final. 9/5/21) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd ones with pin holes, some folds, nicks and wear to odd programme, two programmes with heavier wear with tears, nicks and some loss to page edges, one programme with splitting to spine, odd staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £120/160
Hammer price: £2200
The London Charity Cup semi-finals featured Tottenham Argyle v London City Mission and Tottenham Park Avondale v Alston Rangers
Lot 1741:
Lot 1741 Lot 1741
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1921/1922. English League Division 1. Seventeen official home programmes for the season, v Bolton Wanderers (29/08/21), v Cardiff City (3/9/21), v Middlesborough (10/9/21), v Aston Villa (24/9/21), v London Caledonians (London Challenge Cup. 17/10/21), v Newcastle United(5/11/21), v Burnley (19/11/21), v Sheffield United (3/12/21), v Chelsea (17/12/21), v Bradford City (26/12/21), v Preston North End (31/12/21), v West Bromwich Albion (30/1/22), v Oxford University (friendly. 13/2/22), London Combination v London League (Inter-League Match. 30/3/22), v Birmingham City (8/4/22), v Oldham Athletic (14/4/22), and v Blackburn Rovers (29/4/22) played at White Hart Lane. Odd programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd ones with pin holes, folds, soiling and wear to odd programme, some nicks and tears to edges to odd programmes, one heavier with small loss, pencil annotation to two programmes, ink annotation to one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £280/350
Hammer price: £1200
Tottenham reached the semi-final of the F.A. Cup in season 1921/22 and finished in 2nd in the League
Lot 1742:
Lot 1742 Lot 1742 Lot 1742
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1921/1922. English League Division 1. Official programme for the home match against Burnley which was played at White Hart Lane on the 19th November 1921. Light folds, minor wear otherwise in good condition. Sold with an official programme for Tottenham Hotspur v Clapton Orient. London Combination played at White Hart Lane on the 23rd February 1924. Light folds to edge, odd nicks otherwise in good/very good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £90
Lot 1743:
Lot 1743 Lot 1743
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1921/1922. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty official home programmes for the season, v Chelsea (L.C. 27/8/21), v Charlton (L.C. 17/9/21), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C., 1/10/21), v Arsenal (L.C. 15/10/21), v Tufnell Park (friendly. 20/10/21), v Fulham (L.C. 29/10/21), v Charlton (L.C. 12/11/21), v Brentford (L.C. 26/11/21), v West Ham United (L.C. 10/12/21), v Millwall (L.C. 24/12/21), v Brentford (L.C. 7/1/22), v Brentford (L.C. 14/1/22), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 21/1/22), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 4/2/22), v Fulham (L.C. 4/3/22), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 25/3/22), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 22/4/22), v Millwall (L.C. 1/5/22), v Arsenal (L.C. 3/5/22) and v Crystal Palace (L.C. 6/5/22) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd programme with chipping to page edges, one a little soiled and stained with folds, some wear and loss to page edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
Hammer price: £700
Lot 1744:
Lot 1744 Lot 1744
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1922/1923. English League Division 1. Twenty two official home programmes for the season, v Cardiff City (26/08/22), v Everton (4/9/22), v Burnley (9/9/22), v Arsenal (23/9/22), v Aston Villa (14/10/22), v West Bromwich Albion (21/10/22), v Liverpool (4/11/22), v Cambridge University (friendly. 16/11/22), v Newcastle United (18/11/22), v Nottingham Forest (2/12/22), v Chelsea (23/12/22), v Sheffield United (25/12/22), v Middlesborough (6/1/23), v Blackburn Rovers (14/2/23), v Bolton Wanderers(17/2/23), v Manchester City (3/3/23), v Music Hall Artistes (charity match. 15/3/23), v Stoke City (24/3/23), v Preston North End (30/3/23), v Birmingham City (21/4/23), v Huddersfield (5/5/23) and v West Ham United(Charity Match 7/5/23) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, folds, soiling and wear to two programmes, one heavier with small loss, odd folds and minor staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £300/400
Hammer price: £1700
Tottenham finished in 12th in the League in season 1922/23
Lot 1745:
Lot 1745 Lot 1745
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1922/1923. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty one official home programmes for the season, v Arsenal (L.C. 28/8/22), v Chelsea (L.C. 2/9/22), v Charlton (L.C., 16/9/22), v Brentford (L.C. 30/9/22), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 7/10/22), v Fulham (L.C. 28/10/22), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 11/11/22), v Millwall (L.C. 25/11/22), v North London League (Friendly. 9/12/22), v Tottenham League (Friendly. 26/12/22), v West Ham United (L.C. 26/12/22), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 20/1/23), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 10/2/23), v Millwall (L.C. 19/3/23), v Arsenal(L.C. 31/3/23), v West Ham United (L.C. 3/4/23), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 14/4/23), v Edmonton (Friendly. 26/4/23), v Brentford (L.C. 28/4/23) and v Clapton Orient (L.C. 30/4/23) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd programme with small tears to edges, two with ink annotation and one a little soiled, stained with wear and folds, some small loss to page edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
Hammer price: £500
Lot 1746:
Lot 1746 Lot 1746
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1923/1924. English League Division 1. Twenty five official home programmes for the season, v Preston North End (25/08/23), v Chelsea (3/9/23), v Middlesborough (8/9/23), v Bolton Wanderers (22/9/23), v Clapton Orient (London Professional Charity Fund. 8/10/23), v Sunderland (27/10/23), v Nottingham Forest (10/11/23), v Arsenal (24/11/23), v West Brom (1/12/23), v Blackburn (15/12/23), v Huddersfield Town (25/12/23), v Birmingham City (29/12/23), v Newcastle United (19/1/24), v Swansea Town (1st Round replay. F.A. Cup. 21/1/24), England v The Rest (International Trial Match. 11/2/24), v Oxford University (18/2/24), v Sheffield United (1/3/24), v Aston Villa (22/3/24), v Liverpool (5/4/24), v Everton (12/4/24), v Inter-Varsities (Friendly. 16/4/24), v Manchester City 21/4/24), v West Ham United (22/4/24) v West Ham United (26/4/24) and v Burnley (3/5/24) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, folds to odd programme, ink annotation to 'field of play' of two programmes , soiling and wear to odd programme, one heavier with folds and minor staining otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £300/400
Hammer price: £1800
Tottenham finished in 15th in the League in season 1923/24
Lot 1747:
Lot 1747 Lot 1747
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1923/1924. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty five official home programmes for the season, v Charlton (L.C. 27/8/23), v Chelsea (L.C. 1/9/23), v Clapton Orient (L.C., 15/9/23), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 29/9/23), v Charlton Athletic (L.C. 6/10/23), v Fulham (L.C. 20/10/23), v Crystal Palace (London Challenge Cup-replay 29/10/23), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 3/11/23), v Millwall (17/11/23), v Southend (8/12/23), v Brentford (L.C. 22/12/23), v West Ham United (L.C. 26/12/23), v Amateur Football Association (Friendly. 1/1/24), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 5/1/24), v Arsenal (L.C. 12/1/24), v Chelsea (L.C. 26/1/24), v West Ham (L.C. 2/2/24), v Millwall (L.C. 9/2/24), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 23/2/24), v Brentford (L.C. 8/3/24), v Fulham (L.C. 15/3/24), v Southend (L.C. 29/3/24), v Arsenal (L.C. 18/4/24) and v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 19/4/24) played at White Hart Lane. Some programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd programme with small tears to edges, seven programmes with neat ink annotation to 'field of play', odd programme with folds otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
Hammer price: £550
Lot 1748:
Lot 1748 Lot 1748
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1924/1925. English League Division 1. Six official home programmes for the season, v Burnley (11/10/24), v Sheffield United (29/11/24), v Preston North End (7/2/25), v West Ham United (28/3/25), v Birmingham City (10/4/25) and Professionals v Amateurs (4/5/25) played at White Hart Lane. Odd programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, folds, wear and small loss to one programme, file holes to edge of one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £480
Tottenham finished in 12th in the League in season 1924/25
Lot 1749:
Lot 1749 Lot 1749
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1924/1925. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Seventeen official home programmes for the season, v Millwall (L.C. 15/9/24), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 20/9/24), v Brentford (L.C., 20/10/24), v Edmonton & District (friendly. 25/10/24), v Arsenal (L.C. 8/11/24), v West Ham United (L.C. 22/11/24), v Southend United (L.C. 6/12/24), v Arsenal (L.C. 20/12/24), v Crystal Palace (26/12/24), v Fulham(27/12/24), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 14/2/25), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 7/3/25), v Southend (L.C.. 21/3/25), v Charlton (L.C. 4/4/25), v Fulham (L.C. 18/4/25), v Brentford (L.C. 20/4/25) and v Millwall (L.C. 27/4/25) played at White Hart Lane. Odd programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, twelve programmes with neat ink annotation to 'field of play', odd programme with folds otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £550
Lot 1750:
Lot 1750 Lot 1750
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1925/1926. English League Division 1. Twelve official home programmes for the season, v Manchester City (5/9/25), v Huddersfield Town (19/9/25), v Liverpool 24/10/25), v West Ham United (7/11/25), v Bolton Wanderers (21/11/25), v Aston Villa (5/12/25), v Arsenal (2/1/26), v Sunderland (6/2/26), v Leicester City (13/3/26), v Newcastle United (25/3/26), v Notts County (10/4/26) and v Burnley (24/4/26) played at White Hart Lane. The majority of the programmes appear to have previously been trimmed a little and bound with nicks to spine edge, folds, wear and tears to three programmes, one heavier than the others, ink annotation to four programmes, file holes to one programme, folds to two programmes, trimming to odd programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £140/180
Hammer price: £550
Tottenham finished in 15th in the League in season 1925/26
Lot 1751:
Lot 1751 Lot 1751
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1925/1926. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty official home programmes for the season, v Clapton Orient (L.C. 29/8/25), v Brentford (L.C. 31/8/25), v Southend United (L.C. 12/9/25), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 10/10/25), v R.A.F. (Friendly. 31/10/25), v Chelsea (L.C. 14/11/25), v Millwall (L.C. 23/11/25), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 28/11/25), v Fulham (L.C. 12/12/25), v West Ham United (L.C. 25/12/25), v Brentford (L.C. 16/1/26), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 13/2/26), v Arsenal (L.C.. 6/3/26), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 8/3/26), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 15/3/26), v Fulham (L.C. 20/3/26), v West Ham United (L.C. 3/4/26), v Millwall (L.C. 6/4/26), v Chelsea (L.C. 17/4/26) and v Southend United (L.C. 26/4/26) played at White Hart Lane. The majority of the programmes appear to have previously been trimmed a little and bound with nicks to spine edge, odd programme with folds, one with splitting to spine, odd programme with nicks to edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £750
Lot 1752:
Lot 1752 Lot 1752
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1926/1927. English League Division 1. Ten official home programmes for the season, v Sheffield Wednesday (30/8/26), v Huddersfield Town (11/9/26), v Bohemians (friendly. 20/9/26), v West Bromwich Albion (25/9/26), v Sheffield United (16/10/26), v Bolton Wanderers (30/10/26), v Cambridge University (friendly. 4/1/26), v Manchester United (25/12/26), v Sunderland (5/2/27) and v Aston Villa (26/3/27) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to three programmes, nicks and very minor loss to odd programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £1100
Tottenham finished in 13th in the League in season 1926/27
Lot 1753:
Lot 1753 Lot 1753
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1926/1927. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty three official home programmes for the season, v Fulham (L.C. 4/9/26), v Leicester City (L.C. 13/9/26), v Southend United (L.C. 18/9/26), v Arsenal (L.C. 2/10/26), v Watford (11/10/26), v R.A.F. (friendly. 6/11/26), v Chelsea (L.C. 20/11/26), v Brentford (L.C. 18/12/26), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 27/12/26), v West Ham United (L.C. 1/1/27), Tottenham 'A' v Arsenal 'A' (15/1/27), v Brighton & Hove (L.C. 29/1/27), v Charlton (L.C. 12/2/27), v Swansea Town (L.C.. 26/2/27), v Southampton (L.C. 5/3/27), v Reading (L.C. 7/3/27), v Coventry City (L.C. 14/3/27), v Woodgreen Town (friendly. 19/3/27), v Finchley (friendly. 2/4/27), v Portsmouth (L.C. 4/4/27), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 16/4/27), v Luton Town (19/4/27) and Tottenham 'A' v Tottenham & District League (26/4/27) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, odd programme with folds, three with ink annotation to 'field of play', three programmes with chipping to edges, small loss, odd programme with nicks to edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £120/160
Hammer price: £800
Lot 1754:
Lot 1754 Lot 1754
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1927/1928. English League Division 1. Nineteen official home programmes for the season, White v Blue & White (practice match. 20/8/27), v Birmingham (27/8/27), v Huddersfield Town (10/9/27), v Middlesborough (20/9/27), v Leicester City (22/9/27), v Everton (1/10/27), v Blackburn Rovers (15/10/27), v West Ham United (5/11/27), v Oxford University (friendly. 10/11/27), v Sheffield United (19/11/27), v Burnley (3/12/27), v West Ham United (Charity Match. 5/12/27), v Liverpool (17/12/27), v Newcastle United (7/1/28), v Oldham Athletic (F.A. Cup 4th round. 28/1/28), v Derby County (10/3/28), v Sheffield Wednesday (6/4/28), v Arsenal (7/4/28) and v Bury (21/4/28) played at White Hart Lane. The majority of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to six programmes, nicks and very minor loss to odd programme, chipping and nicks to two programmes, small hole to rear page of the Leicester programme, tape to edges of one programme and heavy wear, folds, tears to edges and small loss to the Liverpool programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/250
Hammer price: £900
Tottenham finished in 21st in the League in season 1927/28 and were relegated to Division II.

The 1927/28 season featured the last of the 'Cocky' the Cockerel cartoons on the front cover. A new artist Jos Walker produced the cartoons from that point.
Lot 1755:
Lot 1755 Lot 1755
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1927/1928. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty five official home programmes for the season, v Brighton (L.C. 29/8/27), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 17/9/27), v Cardiff City (L.C. 24/9/27), v Southampton (L.C. 26/9/27), v Brentford (8/10/27), v Charlton (29/10/27), v Q.P.R. (L.C. 12/11/27), v Swansea Town (L.C. 26/11/27), v Fulham (L.C. 10/12/27), v Leicester City (L.C. 26/12/27), Clapton Orient (31/12/27), v Coventry City (L.C. 14/1/28), v Chelsea (L.C. 21/1/28), v Southend United (L.C.. 11/2/28), Inter-Varsities v Amateur Football Association (15/2/28), v Dartford (friendly. 18/2/28), v Luton Town (L.C. 25/2/28), v Arsenal (L.C. 3/3/28), v Millwall (L.C. 12/3/28), v West Ham United. 17/3/28), v Watford (L.C. 31/3/28), v Reading (L.C. 9/4/28) and v Swansea Town (L.C. 24/4/28) played at White Hart Lane. The majority of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, one programme with folds, wear, nicks and old tape marks to programme, one with ink annotation to 'field of play', one programme with file holes to edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £140/180
Hammer price: £650
Lot 1756:
Lot 1756 Lot 1756
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1928/1929. English League Division II. Twenty five official home programmes for the season, White v Stripes (practice match. 18/8/28), v Oldham Athletic (25/8/28), v Wolverhampton Wanderers (18/9/28), v Millwall (22/9/28), v Hull City (6/10/28), v London Caledonians (friendly. 15/10/28), v Grimsby Town (20/10/28), v Clapton Orient (3/11/28), v Q.P.R. (5/11/28), v Cambridge University (friendly. 15/11/28), v Nottingham Forest (17/11/28), v Barnsley (1/12/28), v Blackpool (15/12/28), v Reading (25/12/28), v Southampton (5/1/29), v Notts County (26/1/29), v Port Vale (9/2/29), v Bradford (23/2/29), v Stoke City (9/3/29), England v The Rest. International Trial match. 11/3/29), v Swansea Town (23/3/29), v Preston North End (1/4/29), v Bristol City (6/4/29), v Chelsea (20/4/29) and v West Bromwich Albion (4/5/29) played at White Hart Lane. The majority of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to six programmes, ink annotation to four programmes, nicks and very minor loss to odd programme, tape to edges of two programmes and heavy wear, folds, tears to edges and some loss to six programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: £1000
Tottenham finished 10th in Division II in the season 1928/29
Lot 1757:
Lot 1757 Lot 1757
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1928/1929. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty four official home programmes for the season, v Southampton (L.C. 1/9/28), v Leicester (L.C. 15/9/28), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 29/9/28), v Cardiff City (L.C. 1/10/28), v Arsenal (13/10/28), v Swansea Town(27/10/28), v Brentford (L.C. 10/11/28), v Portsmouth (L.C. 24/11/28), v Charlton (L.C. 8/12/28), v Brighton (L.C. 22/12/28), v Reading (26/12/28), v Q.P.R. (L.C. 29/12/28), v West Ham United (L.C. 12/1/29), v Watford (L.C.. 19/1/29), v Millwall (2/2/29), v Chelmsford (friendly. 16/2/29), Inter-Varsities v Amateur Football Association (undated, February 1929), v Southend United (L.C. 2/3/29), v Chelsea (L.C. 16/3/29), v Fulham (L.C. 29/3/29), v Luton Town (30/3/29), Tottenham Juniors v Ebbw Vale Juniors (friendly, undated, April 1929), v Coventry City (L.C. 13/4/29), Tottenham 'A' v Northfleet 'A' (friendly, undated, April 1929) and v Clapton Orient (L.C. 27/4/29) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, five programme with folds, old tape marks to one programme, one with ink annotation to 'field of play', odd programme with nicks to page edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £140/180
Hammer price: £850
Lot 1758:
Lot 1758 Lot 1758
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1929/1930. English League Division II. Twenty four official home programmes for the season, White v Stripes (practice match. 17/8/29), White v Stripes (practice match. 24/8/29), v Barnsley (7/9/29), v Bury (21/9/29), v Nottingham Forest (5/10/29), v Stoke City (9/10/29), v Bradford City (26/10/29), v Crystal Palace (Charity Match. 4/11/29), v Cardiff City (9/11/29), v Oxford University (friendly. 21/11/29), v Bristol City (23/11/29), v Reading (7/12/29), v Hull City (21/12/29), v Southampton(25/12/29), v Bradford (28/12/29), v Manchester City (F.A.C. 3. 11/1/30), v Blackpool (18/1/30), v Chelsea (1/2/30), v Oldham Athletic (15/2/30), v Wolverhampton Wanderers (22/2/30), v Swansea Town (8/3/30), v Preston North End (22/3/30), v Notts County (5/4/30) and v West Bromwich Albion (18/4/30) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to nine programmes, ink annotation to one programme, nicks and very minor loss to two programme, tape to edges of two programmes and heavy wear, folds, tears to edges and some loss to two programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: £900
Tottenham finished 12th in Division II in the season 1929/30
Lot 1759:
Lot 1759 Lot 1759
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1929/1930. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty two official home programmes for the season, v Coventry City (L.C. 31/8/29), v Southampton (L.C. 2/9/29), v Clapton Orient(L.C. 14/9/29), v Millwall (L.C. 23/9/29), v Brighton (28/9/29), v Millwall (12/10/29), v Charlton Athletic (L.C. 19/10/29), v Portsmouth (L.C. 23/10/29), v Reading (L.C. 2/11/29), v Q.P.R. (L.C. 16/11/29), v Swansea Town (30/11/29), v Southend United (L.C. 14/12/29), v Watford (L.C. 26/12/29), v Brentford (L.C.. 4/1/30), v Chelsea (25/1/30), v West Ham United (8/2/30), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 1/3/30), v Fulham (L.C. 15/3/30), v Cardiff City (L.C. 29/3/30), v Luton Town (12/4/30), v Leicester City (L.C. 21/4/30) and v Arsenal (L.C. 26/4/30) played at White Hart Lane. Many of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, two programme with folds, two with pencil annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/200
Hammer price: £500
Lot 1760:
Lot 1760 Lot 1760
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1930/1931. English League Division II. Twenty seven official home programmes for the season, White v Stripes (practice match. 16/8/30), v Reading (30/8/30), v Burnley (1/9/30), v Bradford (13/9/30), v Preston North End (15/9/30), v Millwall (27/9/30), v Nottingham Forest (11/10/30), v Charlton Athletic (London Challenge Cup. 13/10/30), v Bury (18/10/30), v Charlton Athletic (1/10/30), Football League v Scottish League (Inter-League Match. 5/11/30), v Cambridge University (friendly. 13/11/30), v Swansea Town (15/11/30), v Port Vale (29/11/30), v Bristol City(13/12/30), v Southampton (25/12/30), v Wolverhampton Wanderers (3/1/31), v Preston North End (F.A.C. 3. 10/1/31), v London Caledonians (friendly. 24/1/31), v Oldham Athletic (7/2/31), v Huddersfield Town (friendly. 28/2/31), v Bradford City (14/3/31), v West Bromwich Albion (28/3/31), v Cardiff City (3/4/31), v Plymouth Argyle (11/4/31), v Barnsley (25/4/31) and v Arsenal (London Challenge Cup Final. 4/5/31) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, ink annotation to three programmes, nicks and small tears to four programme and file holes to edge of one programme otherwise in good condition with the exception of the London Challenge Cup Final programme v Arsenal which has major loss to page edges, ink annotation to 'field of play', folds, wear and tape repair to fold on the back of the programme
Estimate: £250/350
Hammer price: £1400
Tottenham finished 3rd in Division II in the season 1930/31
Lot 1761:
Lot 1761 Lot 1761
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1930/1931. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty two official home programmes for the season, v Brighton (L.C. 6/9/30), v West Ham United (L.C. 8/9/30), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 20/9/30), v Southampton (L.C. 29/9/30), v Brentford (4/10/30), v Swansea Town (25/10/30), v Leicester City (L.C. 8/11/30), v Charlton (L.C. 22/10/30), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 6/12/30), v Arsenal (L.C. 20/12/30), v Cardiff City (27/12/30), v Reading (L.C. 17/1/31), v Chelsea (L.C. 31/1/31), v Millwall (L.C.. 14/2/31), v Q.P.R. (21/2/31), v Coventry City (7/3/31), v Clapton Orient (L.C. 9/3/31), v Fulham (L.C. 21/3/31), v Watford (L.C. 4/4/31), v Southend United (6/4/31), v Portsmouth (L.C. 18/4/31) and v Luton Town (L.C. 2/5/31) played at White Hart Lane. Many of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, three programme with folds, five with ink annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/200
Hammer price: £460
Lot 1762:
Lot 1762 Lot 1762
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1931/1932. English League Division II. Twenty two official home programmes for the season, White v Stripes (practice match. 22/8/31), v Preston North End (31/8/31), v Bradford (5/9/31), v Southampton(14/9/31), v Barnsley (19/9/31), v Nottingham Forest (26/9/31), v Burnley 10/10/31), v Plymouth Argyle (24/10/31), v Swansea Town (7/11/31), v Oxford University (friendly. 19/11/31), v Port Vale (21/11/31) v Bradford City (5/12/31), v Oldham Athletic (19/12/31), v Charlton Athletic (25/12/31), v Wolverhampton Wanderers (2/1/32), v Sheffield Wednesday (F.A.C. 3. 9/1/32), v Manchester United (23/1/32), v Chesterfield (13/2/32), v Notts County (27/2/32), v Stoke City (25/3/32), v Bury (26/4/32) and v Leeds United (23/4/32) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to sixteen programmes, ink annotation to four programmes, nicks, folds and small tears and wear to one programme, pencil annotation to three programmes otherwise in good condition. The Manchester United appears to have had ink annotation to the 'field of play' but someone has tried to remove it, successful to some degree, but still visible, some print removed too. Small hole to 'field of play' near the name 'Ridding'
Estimate: £250/350
Hammer price: £900
Tottenham finished 8th in Division II in the season 1931/32. In the League match v Port Vale on the 21st November 1931, Spurs won 9-3 with Davies scoring a hat-trick
Lot 1763:
Lot 1763 Lot 1763
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1931/1932. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches. Twenty five official home programmes for the season, v Watford (L.C. 29/8/31), v Q.P.R. (L.C. 7/9/31), v Leicester City (L.C. 12/9/31), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 21/9/31), v Chelsea (3/10/31), v Brentford (London Challenge Cup. 1st round. 12/10/31), v Swansea Town (L.C. 17/10/31), v Luton Town (L.C. 31/10/31), v Coventry City (L.C. 14/11/31), v Brentford (L.C. 28/11/31), v Arsenal (12/12/31), v Southampton (L.C. 26/12/31), v Northfleet (friendly. 28/12/31), v Brighton (L.C.. 16/1/32), v Clapton Orient (6/2/32), v West Ham United 20/2/32), v Cardiff City (L.C. 5/3/32), v Portsmouth (L.C. 2/4/32), Royal Air Force v Royal House Guards (Bull-Dog Football Challenge Cup. Final Tie. 13/4/32), v Fulham (L.C. 16/4/32), v Millwall (25/4/32), v Southend United (L.C. 30/4/32), Tottenham Juniors v Livingstone (5/5/32) and v Charlton Athletic (L.C. 7/5/32) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, three programme with folds, one programme with heavier folds and wear, two with ink annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/200
Hammer price: £800
Lot 1764:
Lot 1764 Lot 1764
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1932/1933. English League Division II. Twenty one official home programmes for the season, White v Stripes (practice match. 13/8/32), v Nottingham Forest (5/9/32), v Oldham Athletic (1/10/32), v Burnley (15/10/32), v Southampton (22/10/32), v Cambridge University (friendly. 3/11/32), v Port Vale (5/10/33), v Chesterfield (19/11/32), v Swansea Town (3/12/32), v West Ham United (17/12/32), v Bradford (27/12/32) v Stoke City (7/1/33), v Bury (1/2/33), v Grimsby Town (4/2/33), v Preston North End (18/2/33), v Millwall (11/3/33), v Lincoln City (25/3/33), v Bradford City (8/4/33), v Plymouth Argyle (14/4/33), v Fulham (22/4/33) and v Notts County (6/5/33) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to eleven programmes, ink annotation to four programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £220/260
Hammer price: £850
Tottenham finished 2nd in Division II in the season 1932/33 and were promoted to Division One
Lot 1765:
Lot 1765 Lot 1765
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1932/1933. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Thirty two official home programmes for the season, v Arsenal (L.C. 29/8/32), v Fulham (L.C. 3/9/32), v Charlton Athletic (L.C. 12/9/32), v Northampton Town (L.C. 17/9/32), v Brighton & Hove (24/9/32), v Portsmouth (8/10/32), v Southend United (L.C. 17/10/32), v Crystal Palace (London Challenge Cup. 24/10/32), v Coventry City (L.C. 29/10/32), v Fulham (friendly. 12/11/32), Tottenham Hotspur 'A' v West Ham United 'A' (friendly. 26/11/32), v Clapton Orient (10/12/32), v Brentford (L.C. 24/12/32), v Aldershot (L.C. 26/12/32), v Bristol City (L.C. 31/12/32), v Brentford (friendly. 14/1/33), v Reading (L.C.. 21/1/33), Tottenham Boys v Edmonton Boys (friendly. 28/1/33), v Leicester City (L.C. 11/2/33), v Queens Park Rangers (L.C. 25/2/33), v Northfleet United (friendly. 4/3/33), v Chelsea (L.C. 6/3/33), v Luton Town (L.C. 18/3/33), v Watford (L.C. 27/3/33), Military College of Science v 1st BTN. Welsh Guards (Bull-Dog Football Challenge Cup Final Tie. 29/3/33), Spitalfields v Covent Garden (Fruit Trades Cup-Final Tie. 30/3/33), v Millwall (1/4/33), v Crystal Palace (L.C. 10/4/33), v Southampton (L.C. 17/4/33), Edmonton Boys v Cardiff Boys (Semi-final. English Schools Shield. 27/4/33) and v West Ham United (L.C. 29/4/33) played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, five programme with folds to varying degrees, four with ink annotation to 'field of play' otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £950
Lot 1766:
Lot 1766 Lot 1766
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1933/1934. English League Division I. Complete run of twenty nine official home programmes for the season including all League games including local 'Derbies' v Chelsea and Arsenal, practise match, friendlies, two F.A. Cup home ties, Corinthians v Queen's Park (Glasgow) and Sheriff of London Shield match v Corinthians, all played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to nineteen programmes, pencil annotation to seven programmes, nicks to page edges to odd programme, soiling to four programmes, one programme with minor tape marks to edge otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/350
Hammer price: £1000
Tottenham finished 3rd in Division I in the season 1933/34
Lot 1767:
Lot 1767 Lot 1767
England v France 1933. Official programme for the International match played at White Hart Lane on the 6th December 1933. Vertical and horizontal folds, some nicks and wear to edges, minor staining otherwise in generally good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £60
England beat France 4-1
Lot 1768:
Lot 1768 Lot 1768 Lot 1768 Lot 1768
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1933/1934. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Almost complete run of twenty six official home programmes for the season, only lacking the London Challenge Cup semi-final v Brentford on the 12th March 1934. Includes all London Combination matches, the London Challenge Cup matches v Fulham, West Ham, 3rd Bat. Coldstream Guards v 2nd Bat. Scots Guards. (Bulldog Cup Final), played at White Hart Lane. A few of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, ten programme with folds to varying degrees, twelve with neat ink annotation, file holes to one programme, soiling to odd programme, one programme with small loss to corners, tape and a tear to one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £650
Lot 1769:
Lot 1769 Lot 1769
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1934/1935. English League Division I. Complete run of twenty nine official home programmes for the season including all League games including local 'Derbies' v Chelsea and Arsenal, two practise matches, friendlies, three F.A. Cup home ties, Corinthians v Queen's Park (Glasgow) and Sheriff of London Shield match v Corinthians, all played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to the majority of the programmes, pencil annotation to ten programmes, nicks to page edges to odd programme, one quite heavy, soiling and wear to odd programme, small corner loss to two programmes, the Cambridge University programme with piece cut off corner otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £250/350
Hammer price: £1100
Tottenham finished 22nd in Division I in the season 1934/35 and were relegated to Division II
Lot 1770:
Lot 1770 Lot 1770
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1934/1935. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Complete run of twenty six official home programmes for the season. Includes all London Combination matches, the London Challenge Cup matches v Brentford, friendly v Islington Corinthians and Tottenham Boys v Birmingham Boys (2nd round English School's Shield), played at White Hart Lane. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, thirteen programme with folds to varying degrees, two with ink, three with pencil annotation, file holes to one programme, some wear to ten programmes to varying degrees, three programmes with small loss to corners, tape marks to three programmes, odd programme with nicks to edges, one heavier, slight trimming to odd single sheet programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £550
Lot 1771:
Lot 1771 Lot 1771
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1935/1936. English League Division II. Almost complete run of twenty five official home programmes for the season including practise match, friendly v Oxford University, three F.A. Cup home ties, all played at White Hart Lane. Lacking three programmes, the Whites v Stripes, second practice match (24/8/35), friendly v Corinthians and League match v Manchester United. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, ink annotation to three programmes, nicks and wear to pages to three programme, one quite heavy, file holes to one programme, small loss to page edges to two programmes otherwise in good condition. The Port Vale League programme signed by Len Duquemin to 'field of play' and dated 'Nov 1948'.
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: £850
Tottenham finished 5th in Division II in the season 1935/36 and reached the Quarter-final of the F.A. Cup
Lot 1772:
Lot 1772 Lot 1772
England v Germany 1935. Official programme for the International match played at White Hart Lane on the 4th December 1935. Some horizontal folds, minor foxing staining near to spine, neat ink annotation to inside page otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £120
Lot 1773:
Lot 1773 Lot 1773
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1935/1936. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Run of twenty one official home programmes for the season, played at White Hart Lane including Tottenham Boys v South London Boys (Corinthian Shield Final, 2nd May 1936). Lacking six programmes from the complete season, v Arsenal (L.C. Cup semi-final), Swansea Town, Reading, Luton Town, Leicester City and Southampton (all London Combination matches). Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, nine programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, five with ink, two with pencil annotation, file holes to one programme, one programme with small loss/rounding to corners, odd programme with nicks to edges otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £130/160
Hammer price: £380
Lot 1774:
Lot 1774 Lot 1774
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1936/1937. English League Division II. Almost complete run of twenty five official home programmes for the season including practise match, League, three F.A. Cup home ties, all played at White Hart Lane. Lacking two programmes, the Whites v Stripes, first practice match (15/8/36) and the friendly v Corinthians. Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with minor nicks to spine edge, folds and wear to varying degrees to nineteen programmes, ink to one, pencil to four annotation programmes, nicks and wear to pages to seven programmes, small loss to edges to four programmes, file holes to two programmes, tape marks to two programmes, odd minor soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: £800
Tottenham finished 10th in Division II in the season 1936/37 and reached the Quarter-final of the F.A. Cup
Lot 1775:
Lot 1775 Lot 1775
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1936/1937. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Almost complete run of twenty five official home programmes for the season, played at White Hart Lane including League, friendly, Tottenham 'A' v Fulham 'A', friendly v Northfleet United and London Challenge Cup Final, Tottenham Reserves v Arsenal Reserves (3rd May 1937). Lacking three programmes from the complete season, v Charlton Athletic (L.C. Cup 2), Fulham (L.C. Cup semi-final) and Southend United (London Combination). Some of the programmes appear to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, six programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, four with ink, one with pencil annotation, one programme with small loss/rounding to corners, odd programme with nicks and soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £130/160
Hammer price: £420
Lot 1776:
Lot 1776 Lot 1776
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1937/1938. English League Division II. Complete run of twenty nine official home programmes for the season including two practise matches, League including Manchester United, four F.A. Cup home ties, friendlies v Corinthians and Oxford University, all played at White Hart Lane. Odd programme appears to have previously been bound, folds and wear to varying degrees to five programmes, pencil annotation to two programmes, nicks and wear to pages to two programmes otherwise in generally very good condition
Estimate: £300/400
Hammer price: £1000
Tottenham finished 5th in Division II in the season 1937/38 and reached the Quarter-final of the F.A. Cup
Lot 1777:
Lot 1777
England v Czechoslovakia 1937. Official programme for the International match played at White Hart Lane on the 1st December 1937. Some folds, minor nicks to page edges, some soiling to rear cover and internally otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £48
England beat Czechoslovakia 5-4
Lot 1778:
Lot 1778 Lot 1778
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1937/1938. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Complete run of twenty eight official home programmes for the season, played at White Hart Lane including League, friendly, v Ipswich, v Arsenal, L.C. Cup 2, v Chelsea 25/12/37 (the match did not take on Christmas Day and was eventually played on January 12th, the original game may well have been abandoned or postponed, both programmes present), Army v RAF (Inter Services Championship) and Bulldog Cup Final, 1st BTN. Coldstream Guards v Royal Army Services Corps (Feltham). Odd programmes appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, three programme with folds to varying degrees, one with pencil annotation, five programme with nicks to page edges, staining and old tape marks to one programme, split to spine edge of one programme otherwise in good/very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £700
Lot 1779:
Lot 1779
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur 1938/39. Official programme for the Football League Jubilee Trust Fund game between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur played on the 20th August 1938 at Highbury. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £30
Tottenham beat Arsenal 2-0
Lot 1780:
Lot 1780 Lot 1780
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1938/1939. English League Division II. Almost complete run of twenty three official home programmes for the season including practise match and two F.A. Cup home ties, all played at White Hart Lane. Only lacking the League match programme against Southampton. Odd programme appears to have previously been bound, folds and some wear to varying degrees to the majority of the programmes, ink three and pencil annotation to two programmes, nicks and wear to pages to five programmes, one with small loss, small old tape mark to one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: £900
Tottenham finished 8th in Division II in the season 1938/39
Lot 1781:
Lot 1781 Lot 1781
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1938/1939. London Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Almost complete run of twenty seven official home programmes for the season, played at White Hart Lane, lacking three programmes, v Brentford (L.C. Cup 2), v Islington Corinthians (friendly) and v Southend United (L.C.) including League, friendly, Northfleet United v West Ham United Reserves, Inter Services Championship, Royal Navy & Marines v RAF and Star Shield Final. Middlesex School's, Edmonton Boys v Hendon Boys. Some programmes appears to have previously been bound with nicks to spine edge, twelve programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, two heavier, seven with pencil, eight with ink annotation, six programme with nicks to page edges, file holes to one programme, wear with small loss to the corners of one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £120/160
Hammer price: £600
Lot 1782:
Lot 1782 Lot 1782 Lot 1782
Tottenham Hotspur v Birmingham City. Season 1939/40. Official home programme for the only first team league match played at White Hart Lane in the season. The match played on the 26th August 1939. Some vertical and horizontal folds, odd nick to page edge otherwise in good condition. A rare programme. Sold with the practice match programme 'Whites v Stripes' played on the 12th August 1939 at White Hart Lane. Qty 2
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £220
The date on which World World Two was declared was the 3rd September 1939, Tottenham only played three official league matches in that season and only one at home
Lot 1783:
Lot 1783 Lot 1783
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1939/1940. Selection of eight war-time single sheet programmes for the season, matches in Football League Group 'A', Group 'C' and War Cup. Programmes are v West Ham United (friendly. 7/10/39), v Millwall (Group 'A'. 28/10/39), v Watford (Group 'A'. 11/11/39), v Charlton Athletic (Group 'A'. 25/11/39), v West Ham United (Group 'A'. 26/12/39), v Clapton Orient (Group 'A'. 20/1/40), v Crystal Palace (Football League War Cup. 27/4/40) and v Portsmouth (Group 'C'. 11/5/40). Sold with two reserve match programmes in the London Combination v Coventry City (28/8/39) and v Crystal Palace (2/9/39). Seven programmes with nicks, folds and wear to page edges, three with some soiling/age toning to edge, four programmes with ink and four with pencil annotation, file holes and old tape marks to one programme. Qty 10
Estimate: £130/160
Hammer price: £1100
Lot 1784:
Lot 1784 Lot 1784
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1940/1941. Three programmes for the season, Whites v Stripes, Practice matches played on 17th August 1940 and 24th August 1940 and London War Cup match v Reading on the 14th April 1941. The two Practice match programmes with slight age toning and neat handwritten annotation to top border and 'field of play' and the Reading programme with loss to left hand top edge, ink annotation to 'field of play', folds and odd nick to page edge otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £600
Poignant ink message handwritten to the top of the second Practice match programme 'Stripes leading 1-0, Sainsbury (R.). Interrupted by air raid'
Lot 1785:
Lot 1785 Lot 1785
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1941/1942. Selection of eight war-time single sheet programmes for the season. Seven London War League and one London War Cup match. The League matches are v Millwall (13/9/41), v Crystal Palace (25/10/41), v West Ham (6/12/41), v Aldershot (6/12/41. Appears to be incorrectly dated, the match played on 20/12/41), v Arsenal 27/12/41), v Reading (10/1/42) and v Chelsea (28/2/42). The London War Cup match v Watford (28/3/42). Folds to six programmes, mainly neat ink and pencil annotation to six programmes, file holes to one programme, odd nicks to page edges, slightly heavier wear to the Arsenal programme otherwise in good condition. Qty 8
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £600
Lot 1786:
Lot 1786 Lot 1786
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1942/1943. Almost complete season of nineteen war-time single sheet programmes for the season for Football League South League and Cup matches. The League matches are v Crystal Palace (29/8/42), v Charlton Athletic (12/9/42), v Southampton (26/9/42), v Aldershot (3/10/42), v Millwall (10/10/42), v Chelsea (31/10/42), v Arsenal (7/11/42), v Watford (21/11/42), v Q.P.R. (5/12/42), v Brentford (25/12/42), v Reading (23/1/43), v Portsmouth (30/1/43) and v Luton Town (20/2/43), only lacking the league home programme v West Ham (19/12/42). War League Cup matches are v Chelsea (6/3/1943), v Millwall (20/3/43) and v Reading (3/4/43) and there are three further programmes that appear to be for Charity matches played at White Hart Lane, the matches are v Fulham (26/4/43), v Clapton Orient (1/5/43) and v Arsenal (8/5/43). Folds to varying degrees to nearly all the programmes, nine programmes with ink and five with pencil annotation, file holes to five programme, odd nicks and wear to page edges to six programmes, four quite heavy, small loss to the corner of one programme and the Arsenal Charity Match programme (8/5/43) has heavier wear with folds, creasing and two small holes worn through the paper otherwise in good condition. Qty 19
Estimate: £140/180
Hammer price: £900
Lot 1787:
Lot 1787 Lot 1787
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1943/1944. Complete season of eighteen war-time single sheet programmes for the season for Football League South League and Cup matches. There are fifteen League home matches including big match 'Derbies' against Arsenal and Chelsea and three War League Cup against Portsmouth, Millwall and Aldershot. Folds to varying degrees to eight programmes, ten programmes with mainly neat ink and four with pencil annotation otherwise in good/very good condition. Qty 18
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £700
Lot 1788:
Lot 1788 Lot 1788
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1944/1945. Complete season of twenty war-time single sheet programmes for the season for Football League South League and Cup matches. There are fifteen League home matches including big match 'Derbies' against Arsenal and Chelsea and three War League Cup against Q.P.R., Aldershot and West Ham United plus two friendlies against Arsenal (19/5/45) and Fulham (26/5/45). Folds to varying degrees to nine programmes, three programmes with ink and eight with pencil annotation, two with file holes, two with tears to edges with small loss, one with folds, wear and heavier wrinkling, one programme with heavy wear, fold with some loss otherwise in good condition. Qty 20
Estimate: £180/250
Hammer price: £900
Lot 1789:
Lot 1789 Lot 1789
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1945/1946. Complete season of twenty seven war-time, the majority, single sheet programmes for the season for Football League South League and Cup matches. There are twenty one League home matches including big match 'Derbies' against Arsenal and Chelsea, friendly v Chelsea (2/3/46), F.A. Cup 3 v Brentford, England (Army) v Scotland (Army) (3/12/45), Royal Engineers (All England ) v Eastern Command (6/12/45) and Southgate & District Minor League Cup Final, Southgate Olympic Minors v Tudor Rose (8/5/46) and friendly, Tottenham Hotspur v F.A. Eleven (G.W. Hall Benefit match 7/5/46). Folds to varying degrees to eighteen programmes, nine programmes with ink and three with pencil annotation, two with file holes, two with old tape marks, one with staining to top border and loss to top edge otherwise in good condition. The Derby County League programme signed to 'field of Play' by Ron Burgess. Qty 27
Estimate: £180/250
Hammer price: £550
Lot 1790:
Lot 1790 Lot 1790
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1946/1947. Complete season of twenty six practice match, League, Cup and friendly programmes for the season. Football League Division II. There are twenty four League home matches, two Practice matches, White v Blue & White Hoops, F.A. Cup 3rd round, 2nd replay v Chelsea and friendly v Arsenal (25/1/47). Folds to varying degrees to eleven programmes, six programmes with ink and four with pencil annotation, minor foxing or age toning to three programmes, nicks to page edges to six programmes, ink staining and staining/minor damage to three programmes, loss to the top right hand corner of the Chelsea Cup programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £180/250
Hammer price: £950
Spurs finished 6th in Division Two
Lot 1791:
Lot 1791 Lot 1791
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1946/47. Football Combination plus reserve team friendly matches etc. Almost complete run of twenty four official home programmes for the season played at White Hart Lane lacking five programmes, the League match programmes v Ipswich, Southend, Northampton and Charlton and the London Cup match v Bromley. Includes friendlies, Tottenham 'A' v Fulham 'A' and West Ham United Reserves, English School's Shield match 7th round, Edmonton Boys v Coventry Boys, Star Shield Final programme, Edmonton Boys v Heston & Isleworth Boys and Football Combination Cup Final, Arsenal Reserves v Swansea Town Reserves held at White Hart Lane. Ten programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, seven with ink annotation, five programme with nicks to page edges, , two with small loss, small tape mark to one programme, age toning to page edges of eight programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £850
Lot 1792:
Lot 1792 Lot 1792
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1947/1948. Complete season of twenty six practice match, League, Cup and friendly programmes for the season. Football League Division II. There are twenty one League home matches, two Practice matches, Whites v Reds, F.A. Cup 4 v W.B.A. and FAC 5 v Leicester City and Army International match, British Army v French Army. Folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, twelve programmes with ink, five heavy ink annotation and seven with pencil annotation, age toning or staining to nine programmes, nicks to page edges to seven programmes, odd one with small loss otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £140/180
Hammer price: £320
Spurs finished 8th in Division Two
Lot 1793:
Lot 1793 Lot 1793
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1947/48. Football Combination & Cup plus reserve team friendly, other matches etc. Appears to be a complete run of thirty official home programmes for the season played at White Hart Lane Includes Football Combination League and Cup, Football Challenge Cup matches, friendly v Chelmsford City, English School's Shield matches, Edmonton Boys v Walsall Boys and v Norwich Boys, programme for the International Youth Association Football Tournament with some matches played at White Hart Lane and Challenge Cup Final, Tottenham Reserves v Fulham Reserves played at White Hart Lane (2 copies). Sixteen programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, fourteen with ink, four with pencil annotation, eleven programme with nicks to page edges, seven with small loss, small tape mark to one programme, age toning or staining to page edges of six programmes otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £900
Lot 1794:
Lot 1794 Lot 1794
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1948/1949. Almost complete season of twenty nine practice match, League, Cup, representative and friendly programmes for the season only lacking one programme, the League match v Plymouth Argyle. Football League Division II. There are twenty two League home matches, two programmes for the matches v Nottingham Forest, the first being abandoned due to fog in November and played again in February, two Practice matches, Whites v Reds, London Olympic Games programme for the 1st round of the Football played at Tottenham, Army International match, British Army v Belgian Army, two friendlies v Middlesborough and Hibernian and the Oxford v Cambridge, Varsity match. Folds to varying degrees to ten programmes, eleven programmes with ink and nine with pencil annotation, age toning or staining to three programmes, nicks to page edges to eleven programmes, old tape mark to one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £500
Spurs finished 5th in Division Two
Lot 1795:
Lot 1795 Lot 1795
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1948/49. Football Combination & Cup, Eastern Counties League plus reserve team friendly, other matches etc. Good run of twenty eight official home programmes for the season played at White Hart Lane. Includes Football Combination League and Cup, Football Challenge Cup matches, three Eastern Counties league programmes, Football Combination Cup semi-final v Southampton, London Challenge Cup Final Replay, Chelsea v West Ham United and F.A. Youth County Championship, Middlesex v Liverpool. Eleven programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, sixteen with ink, four with pencil annotation, nine programme with nicks to page edges, two heavier with small loss, age toning to some programmes, some staining to three programmes, ink staining to one programme and the Millwall Reserve programme has some major loss to the bottom of the programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £900
Lot 1796:
Lot 1796 Lot 1796
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1949/1950 'Second Division Champions'. Complete season of twenty nine practice match, League, Cup, representative and friendly programmes for the season. Football League Division II. There are twenty one League home matches, two Practice matches, Whites v Reds, friendly v Hibernian, Glasgow Boys v London Boys, England v Italy International, F.A. Cup Semi-final and Semi-final replay, Chelsea v Arsenal and the Oxford v Cambridge, Varsity match. Folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, twelve programmes with ink and three with pencil annotation, age toning or staining to three programmes, one heavier than the other two, nicks to page edges of six programmes, old tape mark to one programme otherwise in good condition. The Varsity match programme in only poor/fair condition
Estimate: £120/160
Hammer price: £480
Spurs won the second division and were promoted to Division One
Lot 1797:
Lot 1797 Lot 1797
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1949/50. Football Combination & Cup, Eastern Counties League plus reserve team friendly, other matches etc. Good run of twenty seven official home programmes for the season played at White Hart Lane. Includes Football Combination League and Cup, Football Challenge Cup match, three Eastern Counties league programmes, Eastern Counties Cup Final, friendly, Tottenham Youth v F.A. Youth and Tottenham 'A' v Harwich & Parkeston 'A'. Nine programme with folds and wear to varying degrees, seven with ink, six with pencil annotation, five programme with nicks to page edges, some with small loss, age toning to six programmes, tape marks and some damage to one programme, file hole, damage and loss to one programme, one programme with some wear and small hole to the centre otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £800
Lot 1798:
Lot 1798 Lot 1798
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1950/1951 'First Division Champions'. Complete season of twenty five practice match, League, representative and friendly programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice matches, Whites v Reds, Oxford v Cambridge, Varsity match and two Festival of Britain matches v F.C. Austria and Borussia Dortmund. Folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, six programmes with ink, heavy ink annotation to one, and one with pencil annotation, staining to one programmes, nicks to page edges of three programmes, small loss to corner of one programme otherwise in good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty two Reserve team, Football Combination and Cup, London Challenge Cup and 'A' team (1) programmes for the 1950/51 season. Includes London Challenge Cup Semi-final replay v Brentford etc. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation etc
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £1000
Spurs won the First Division Championship in 1950/51
Lot 1799:
Lot 1799 Lot 1799
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1951/1952. Complete season of twenty nine practice match, League, Cup, representative and friendly programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Colours, Friendlies v Copenhagon Combination and Hibernian, Charity Shield v Newcastle United, FAC4 v Newcastle United, F.A. Amateur Cup semi-final Barnet v Leyton and F.A. Cup semi-final and semi-final replay, Arsenal v Chelsea. Folds to varying degrees to sixteen programmes, twelve programmes with ink and three with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of five programmes, file holes to one programme otherwise in good condition. Sold with a good run of eighteen Reserve team, Football Combination and Cup and 'A' team (1) programmes for the 1951/52 season. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, one programme a little tatty to edges etc
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £1000
Spurs finished in 2nd position in the First Division in 1951/52
Lot 1800:
Lot 1800 Lot 1800
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1952/1953. Complete season of twenty five practice match, League and Cup programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3, replay v Tranmere Rovers (Spurs won 9-1), FAC4, replay v Preston and FAC6, replay v Birmingham City. Folds to varying degrees to twelve programmes, eleven programmes with ink and two with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of seven programmes, file holes to one programme, small corner loss to one programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty two Reserve team, Football Combination and Cup and 'A' team (1) and other match programmes for the 1952/53 season. Includes Tottenham Youth v Fulham Youth (Middlesex Invitation Cup), Tottenham Schools v Bristol Schools (English Schools Shield) and Tottenham Juniors v Waltham Cross Boys Club (Winchester Cup). Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, one programme v Q.P.R. Reserves a little poor and tatty otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £900
Spurs finished in 10th position in the First Division in 1952/53
Lot 1801:
Lot 1801 Lot 1801
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1953/1954. Complete season of thirty practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Colours, FAC3, replay v Leeds United, FAC5, replay v Hull City, three floodlit friendlies v Racing Club De Paris, F.A. Austria and Hibernian, F.A. XI v RAF, Walthamstow Avenue v Crook Town (Amateur Cup Semi-final) and Tottenham Hotspur v Amateur International XI. Folds to varying degrees to fifteen programmes, twelve programmes with ink and four with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of two programmes, soiling to one programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty five Reserve team, Football Combination and Cup and other match programmes for the 1953/54 season. Includes Tottenham Boys v Edmonton Boys (Hotspur Challenge Cup) and London Boys v Manchester Boys and Tottenham 'B' V Chelsea 'A' (Met & Dist League ). Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, one programme trimmed otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £700
Spurs finished in 16th position in the First Division in 1953/54
Lot 1802:
Lot 1802 Lot 1802
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1954/1955. Complete season of thirty one practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Blues & Whites v Whites, FAC4 v Port Vale, five floodlit friendlies v Sportklub Wacker, v Essen Rot-Weiss, v Arsenal, v Racing Club De Paris and v F.C. Servette, friendly v Finchley and Hendon v Hounslow Town (Amateur Cup Semi-final). Folds to varying degrees to sixteen programmes, nine programmes with ink and four with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of two programmes, soiling to one programme and trimming to one programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty three Reserve team, Football Combination and Cup, South Eastern League (2) and other match programmes for the 1954/55 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys and London Schoolboys v Birmingham Schoolboys. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, three programmes trimmed otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £650
Spurs finished in 16th position in the First Division in 1954/55
Lot 1803:
Lot 1803 Lot 1803
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1955/1956. Complete season of thirty practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3 v Boston United, FAC4 v Middlesborough, FAC6 v West Ham United, two floodlit friendlies v F.C. Vasas and v Swansea Town, England v Germany (Amateur International), London v Basle (Inter-Cities Cup) and Chelsea v Burnley (FAC4, 4th replay). The Manchester United programme has been trimmed to the top edge, heavy loss to the Swansea Town programme, tear to the West Ham United programme. Folds to varying degrees to thirteen programmes, five programmes with ink and one with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of five programmes, one with small loss, staining and file holes to one programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty four Reserve team, Football Combination, South Eastern League (2) and other match programmes for the 1955/56 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys and London Boys v Berlin Boys and Tottenham Hotspur 'A' v Goleston (E.C.L. Cup Final). Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, the Southend Reserves programme with heavy wear and some loss otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £550
Spurs finished in 18th position in the First Division in 1955/56
Lot 1804:
Lot 1804 Lot 1804
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1956/1957. Complete season of thirty practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3 v Leicester City, FAC4 v Chelsea, five floodlit friendlies v Racing Club de Paris, Partick Thistle, Hibernian, Heart of Midlothian and Red Banner and London Police v Edinburgh Police. Folds to varying degrees to fourteen programmes, six programmes with ink and two with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of three programmes, staining to two programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty eight Reserve team, Football Combination, Eastern Counties League (2) and other match programmes for the 1956/57 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys and London Boys v Birmingham Boys and Tottenham Hotspur Juniors v Bexleyheath Juniors (Southern Junior Floodlit Cup) and Tottenham Juniors v Chelsea Juniors (Southern Junior Floodlit Cup, semi-final) and England v Hungary (Youth International) . Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, one programme with tape mark and one programme in only fair condition otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £550
Spurs finished in 2nd position in the First Division in 1956/57
Lot 1805:
Lot 1805 Lot 1805
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1957/1958. Complete season of twenty nine practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3 v Leicester City, FAC4 v Sheffield United, four floodlit friendlies v VFB Stuttgard, Partick Thistle, v Hibernian and v Canto Do Rio (Brazil) and v F.A. Amateur XI. Folds to varying degrees to eleven programmes, twelve programmes with ink and one with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of five programmes otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty six Reserve team, Football Combination, London Challenge Cup, Eastern Counties League and Cup (3) and other match programmes for the 1957/58 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys, England v Rumania (Youth International), Final of the East Anglia Cup v Norwich City 'A'. Spurs won the Eastern Counties League in this season. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, one programme with tape mark and the Leicester Reserves programme in only fair condition otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £440
Spurs finished in 3rd position in the First Division in 1957/58
Lot 1806:
Lot 1806 Lot 1806
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1958/1959. Complete season of twenty nine practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3 v West Ham United, FAC4 v Newport County, FAC5 v Norwich City, three floodlit friendlies v Belevista F.C. (Brazil), v Hibernian and v Bucharest Selected XI, F.A. Cup semi-final, Luton Town v Norwich City and Barnet v Walthamstow Avenue, F.A. Amateur Cup, semi-final replay. Light folds to varying degrees to eight programmes, five programmes with ink and one with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of one programmes otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty eight Reserve team, Football Combination, London Challenge Cup, Eastern Counties League and Cup and other match programmes for the 1958/59 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys, Final of the Eastern Counties League Cup Final, 1st leg v Peterborough United Reserves, London Police v Edinburgh Police, London Challenge Cup Final Tottenham v West Ham United, Southern Junior Floodlit Cup matches v Luton Youth and Southampton Youth. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, ink and pencil annotation, soiling to one programme otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £440
Spurs finished in 18th position in the First Division in 1958/59
Lot 1807:
Lot 1807 Lot 1807
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1959/1960. Complete season of twenty six practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC4, replay v Crewe Alexandra, FAC5 v Blackburn, three floodlit friendly v Torpedo Moscow, Olympic Games Qualifier, Great Britain v Netherlands and T.V. All Stars XI v International Sportsmens XI, April 1960. Light folds to varying degrees to ten programmes, five programmes with ink and two with pencil annotation, nicks to page edges of three programmes otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty nine Reserve team, Football Combination, London Challenge Cup, Eastern Counties League and Cup and other match programmes for the 1959/60 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys, London Challenge Cup semi-final, Tottenham v Chelsea, Southern Junior Floodlit Cup matches v Watford Youth and Luton Town Youth, Middlesex v London, County Youth Cup, friendly v Fulham Reserves and Middlesex Boys v Staffordshire Boys. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, nicks, ink and pencil annotation otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £320
Spurs finished in 3rd position in the First Division in 1959/60
Lot 1808:
Lot 1808 Lot 1808 Lot 1808
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1960/1961 'Double winning season'. Complete season of twenty six practice match, League, Cup, Friendlies and Representative match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are twenty one League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, one Practice match, Whites v Blues, FAC3 v Charlton Athletic, FAC4 v Crewe Alexandra, floodlit friendly v Dynamo Tbilisi and England v West Germany, U23 International. Light folds to varying degrees to seventeen programmes, three programmes with ink annotation, nicks to page edges of one programme, light staining to two programmes and wrinkling to one programme otherwise in good/very good condition. Sold with a good run of twenty four Reserve team, Football Combination, London Challenge Cup, 'A' team, Youth XI, Eastern Counties League and Cup and other match programmes for the 1960/61 season. Includes London Boys v Manchester Boys, Floodlit friendly v Army, Eastern Counties League Cup Final, 2nd leg v March Town United etc. Odd signature to programme. Some faults, folds, loss to page edge, chips, nicks, ink and pencil annotation otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: £950
Spurs finished in 1st position in the First Division in 1960/61 and won the F.A. Cup, therefore achieving 'the Double'
Lot 1809:
Lot 1809 Lot 1809 Lot 1809
Tottenham Hotspur. Season 1960/1961 'Double winning season'. Good run of eighteen away match programmes for the season. Football League Division 1. There are seventeen League home matches including the big matches v Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal and FAC5 v Aston Villa. Lacking the league away match programmes v Blackpool, Bolton, Leicester City, Fulham and Burnley. Light folds to varying degrees to six programmes, five programmes with ink and two with pencil annotation, light staining to one programmes otherwise in good condition. Sold with two programmes, one v Brighton & Hove Albion, Football Combination, 20th August 1960 and Romford v Tottenham Hotspur 'A', 20th April 1961. Some faults, folds and ink annotation otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £400
Spurs finished in 1st position in the First Division in 1960/61 and won the F.A. Cup, therefore achieving 'the Double'

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