On december 17th 2006 a collection of 12 rare Liverpool football shirts failed to sell at auction on Ebay. The reserve price  was £60,000.00 

The seller added the following information: 

This is a one off opportunity to invest into a cherished private collection of twelve individual unique Liverpool Football Club match prepared Cup Final shirts, from the memorable trophy-winning era of 2001 – 2006.

Each shirt within the collection was commissioned and manufactured exclusively for the club prior to each final, and was not made available to the general public.

The shirts have been framed with no expense spared into individual patented body form frames, which not only allows the shirt to be shown off to its maximum, but also appears to bring the shirt to life.

On august 5th 2006 this Northern Ireland WC 86 shirt was sold on Ebay.

Sold for: £454.00


The seller added the following information: This is a Match worn world cup shirt from the FIFA World Cup Mexico 1986 .

It is size Extra Large, To fit 107-112

It was worn by Gerry Armstrong.

sold for: £2,900.00  REAL MADRID V CARDIFF CITY

European Cup Winners' Cup - Quarter Final 2nd Leg 1971

Who could ever forget this famous two legged affair when Cardiff City played the mighty Real Madrid over two legs in the European Cup winners Cup Quarter Final.

At the end of the game in Spain, the players exchanged shirts and Don Murray swapped his shirt with the Real Madrid striker Pirri.

The shirt has been signed by the Cardiff City players who took part in this magnificent clash which will remain in the hearts of City supporters forever. Players who signed include Don Murray, Bobby Woodruff, Gary Bell, Dave Carver, Peter King, Brian Clarke, Leighton Phillips, Mel Sutton, Nigel Rees, Ian Gibson and Jim Eadie.

The shirt is mounted and framed and comes with a letter of authenticity from Don Murray himself. It is in good condition for its age having hung in Ninian Park's hall of fame for many years. There is some discolouration evident which you would expect after time. The signatures are very clear and decipherable.

This is a unique, one off piece of sporting memorabilia and an important part of the history of Cardiff City FC.