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Lot 1404:
Lot 1404
Frederick 'Fanny' Ingram Walden. Northampton Town, Tottenham Hotspur & England 1909 to 1927. Tottenham Hotspur 'Football Association Cup Winners 1920-1921'. Original 15 carat gold medal presented to Walden as a member of the Tottenham Hotspur team who won the F.A. Cup in the 1920-1921 season by the club. The hallmarked gold medal, by Vaughton & Sons of Birmingham, very similar to an official F.A. Cup Winners medal with two footballers and a football around a shield featuring the club emblem of a cockerel with 'Tottenham Hotspur' in scrolls below to obverse and to verso 'Winners of the F.A. Cup. F. Walden'. Ring suspension. The medal measures approximately 1.25" diameter and weighs 17 grams. Very good condition. A very rare medal
Estimate: £2500/3500
In the F.A. Cup Final of 1921, Tottenham Hotspur beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0, with Jimmy 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. Sours had played Bristol Rovers (6-2), Bradford City (4-0), Southend United (4-1), Aston Villa (1-0), Preston North End (semi-final, 2-1) before facing Wolves in the Final. Fanny Walden having played in twenty three of the League and Cup matches played by Spurs in the 1920/21 season was unfortunate to miss the later part of the F.A. Cup run breaking down with a cartilage injury in February of that season and missed the Final.
Lot 1405:
Lot 1405 Lot 1405
Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa. Season 1920/1921. 'In Doleful Memory of Aston Villa, who fell Fighting for the Cup'. 'In Memoriam' style postcard assumed to have been issued following Tottenham Hotspur beating Aston Villa 1-0 in the 4th round of the F.A. Cup. 'Aston Villa' annotated by hand over apparently scratched out original printed title. 'Boldly to the match they went, Their hearts on winning the match were bent;... Please do not weep. No onions required. Better Luck Next Time'. Printer unknown. Handwritten annotations to verso listing three F.A. Cup results from the 1924/25 season when they beat Northampton Town in the 1st round 3-0, Bolton Wanderers in a 2nd round replay 1-0 having drawn the first match 1-1, and drawing to Blackburn Rovers in the 3rd round 2-2 before losing the replay 3-1. Some faults and wear, overall in good condition. Rare
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1406:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City. Season 1921/1922. 'In Doleful Memory of Manchester City, who fell fighting for the Cup'. 'In Memoriam' style postcard issued following Tottenham Hotspur winning the 3rd round tie, 18th February 1922. 'Boldly to the fray they went, On honour, fame, and victory bent, But with sad hearts we came away, For the match we had lost to-day...'. Printer unknown. Annotations in pencil to verso list the results of the F.A. Cup matches played by Tottenham in the 1921/22 season. Title 'Manchester City' on label laid down. Minor age toning, otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £50/80
Tottenham Hotspur beat Manchester City 2-1 to reach the 4th round where they beat Cardiff City in a replay, before being defeated by Preston North End 2-1 in the semi-final
Lot 1407:
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Tottenham Hotspur v Cardiff City. Season 1921/1922. 'In Affectionate Remembrance of Cardiff City, who were Defeated To-day'. 'In Memoriam' style postcard issued following Tottenham Hotspur winning the F.A. Cup 4th round tie in a replay, 9th March 1922. 'Boldly to the match they went, Their hearts on winning the match were bent;... Please do not weep. No onions required. Better Luck Next Time'. Printer unknown. Annotations in pencil to verso list results of three F.A. Cup home matches from the 1924/25 season, v Northampton, 1st round, won 3-0, v Bolton Wanderers, 2nd round, drew 1-1, v Blackburn Rovers, 3rd round, drew 2-2. Title 'Cardiff City' on label laid down. Crease to one corner, otherwise in good/very good condition. Rare
Estimate: £50/80
Tottenham Hotspur beat Cardiff City 2-1 in the fourth round of the 1921/22 F.A. Cup, before being defeated 2-1 by Preston North End in the semi-final
Lot 1407a:
Lot 1407a Lot 1407a
Tottenham Hotspur F.C. 1905/06. Rare early mono real photograph postcard of the team playing staff and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title 'Tottenham Hotspur F.C. 1905-06' to lower border, to the left. Copyright by Purdie of Chingford, published by Jones Brothers of Tottenham. Postally unused. Some slight wrinkling to image around corners, some annotation to verso otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Spurs were still a Southern League team at this point. They finished 5th in the Southern League, Division One
Lot 1408:
Lot 1408 Lot 1408
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. Rare. Some minor wear and soiling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Spurs drew with Hull City 0-0 and beat them 1-0 in the replay.
Lot 1408a:
Lot 1408a Lot 1408a
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. Rare. Similar card to the previous postcard but this one has its white border trimmed from the postcard. Some wear and wrinkling otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Spurs drew with Hull City 0-0 and beat them 1-0 in the replay.
Lot 1409:
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Tottenham Hotspur F.C. 1906/07. Rare early mono real photograph postcard of the team playing staff and officials, standing and seated in rows, with title 'Tottenham Hotspur Football Club 1906-07' and players names printed to lower border. Postcard by Jones Bros of Tottenham. Postally used and dated 'Tottenham 1906'. Small tear to top border, tape repair to verso, slight fading to image otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Spurs were still a Southern League team at this point. They finished 6th in the Southern League, Division One
Lot 1409a:
Lot 1409a Lot 1409a
Tottenham Hotspur F.C. 1907/08. Rare early sepia 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. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
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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