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How do you value football Programmes?
Tips for football programme collectors
- Age — anything over 50 years old is most collectible.
- Rarity — if there are many available, this will bring the value down.
- Popularity — programmes with an iconic footballer on the cover or detailing a famous match are the most prized and valuable.
What is the most expensive football Programme?
A football programme from the 1882 FA Cup Final between Blackburn Rovers and Old Etonians sold at auction for a world record of £35,250. The programme was sold by Sotheby’s in May 2013 to Old Etonians Football Club.
How much does a football Programme weigh?
The weight of the programme is a real clue as well, the original 66 Football programme weighs about 130 grams, and the reprints are only about 95 grams, thus the original is heavier than the reprints. Also the size of the staples are exactly half of an inch long.
How much is my autographed sports memorabilia worth?
Condition, rarity, eye appeal and age are just some of the factors used in evaluating autograph pricing. For example, when you have an autographed team ball, many collectors assume that you simply add all the individual signatures to come up with the value.
How can I tell if my 1966 World Cup final Programme is original?
(1) – The Original 1966 Genuine Programme. On the rear cover of the original programme there is a picture of a Cadet cigarette packet, and the colour of the stripes should be a distinctive scarlet red colour, NOT “orange”.
How much is the first FA Cup Final Programme worth?
Valued at around £1,000, the first Wembley final programme between Bolton and West Ham United in 1923 is worth seeking out. Alternatively, there’s the programme from the one and only time a non-English club lifted the FA Cup — Cardiff City vs Arsenal in 1927 — which ended with a score of 1-0 and has a value of about £2,500!
How much is the 1909 FA Cup Final Programme worth?
Meanwhile a single-sheet programme from the 1909 FA Cup final between Manchester United and Bristol City went for £23,500 in 2012. Which editions have a collector’s value, both to seek out and to potentially sell? Valued at around £1,000, the first Wembley final programme between Bolton and West Ham United in 1923 is worth seeking out.
How much is 1966 Scottish Cup Final Programme worth?
In addition, a bag of assorted football programmes, including a 1966 Scottish Cup Final programme, fetched £780. Now it’s time for the football fans of Sutton Coldfield to find out if they are sitting on treasures, which they can enter into Hansons’ next Sporting Auction on May 23. What’s happening at Wolves?
How much is a set of football programmes worth?
Collectors will pay out for the right football programme. In 2012, a family from Ipswich managed to make around £46,000 by auctioning off a set of football programmes they stumbled across in their house, which goes to show how easy it is to not realise the treasure you have sitting around your home.