This magnificent James Paul Brown print reflects the winning yacht from the 1988 America’s Cup Challenge. 1988 is still considered the most controversial due to the fact that the Americans designed a catamaran which was lighter and faster than the New Zealand entry and resulted in a comprehensive victory for the Americans. Dennis Connor skippered the American entry and this print has been personally signed by Dennis Connor and contains a personalised message.

This is a panoramic of the second consecutive premiership won by the Brisbane Lions in 2002 and has been signed by the entire squad of 23.

This is the jumper worn by Paul Roos, the skipper of the Fitzroy Lions. The jumper has been signed by Paul Roos on the number on the rear. The amalgamation of Fitzroy and therefore the ultimate demise of Fitzroy as a stand alone club, makes this piece all the more collectable.

This is a rare piece of history for any Manchester City fan. This is the away jersey from the 2002/2003 season and this was the last season that Man City played at Maine Road. This jersey is signed by the team that played in the last ever game at Maine Road against Southampton on 11 May 2003. The players to have signed this include Richard Dunne, Sylvain Distin, Shaun Wright Phillips, Kevin Horlock, Shaun Goater, Peter Schmeichel, Niclas Jensen, Gerard Wiekens, Nicolas Anelka, Joey Barton, Djamel Belmadi, Danny Taitto, Jihai Sun, Ali Bernabia, Robbie Fowler and the late Marc-Vivien Foe.

A 1970’s replica Toffs Manchester City jersey from their most succesful period. This jersey has been signed by 18 Legends of the club, including Joe Corrigan, Dennis Law, Rodney Marsh, Willie Donachie, Asa Hartford, Mike Summerbee, Peter Barnes, Joe Royle, Tommy Booth, Gary Owen, Dave Watson, Dennis Tueart, Wyn Davies, Tommy Booth, Tony Towers, Paul Power, Mike Doyle and the greatest ever City player(in my opinion) Colin Bell. This piece is magnificently framed and is a must for any avid Manchester City fan.

This towel has been handsigned by Pele, Ronaldo and Rivaldo. The signatures are clear and were collected in Japan at the time of the 2002 World Cup held there. The piece has been magnificently framed and includes a photograph of each player that signed the towel.

Bafana Bafana won the 1996 Africa Nations Cup and this is a jersey that has been signed by the team that won that tournament. The signatures are clearly positioned against white background and present well. The players to have signed this jersey are Andre Arendse, Sizwe Motaung, David Nyathi, Gavin Lane, Mark Fish, Philemon Masinga, Thomas Madigage, Linda Buthelezi, Neil Tovey, John Moshoeu, Helman Mkhalele, Brendan Augustine, George Koumantarakis, Jerry Sikhosana, Doctor Khumalo, Mark Anderson, Shaun Bartlett, John Moeti, Lucas Radebe, Brian Baloyi, Eric Tinkler, Dumisani Ngobe and Clive Barker.

The framing compliments the jersey and would make a magnificent piece for the discerning Bafana Bafana supporter.