Graham Budd Auctions in London's Sporting Memorabilia sale of May 12 promises a wealth of coveted items from the worlds of football, rugby, motorsports golf and elsewhere.
Among the highlights is an FA Cup final programme for Chelsea v Sheffield United, a match that was played at Manchester United's Old Trafford ground on April 24, 1915.
The historic programme will be a must-see for collectors of football memorabilia, and carries an estimate of £8,000-10,000.
The sale also marks the reappearance of John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanacks (pictured top right), often referred to simply as "Wisden" or colloquially as "the Bible of Cricket".
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Considered the world's most famous sports reference book, this exceptionally large compilation of its volumes from 1864-2009 (numbering 148 in total) is valued at £10,000-15,000.
Naturally, the volumes' packaging differs depending on the era.
The editions from 1864-1987 are uniformly rebound in maroon cloth with gilt dating to spines, whereas the volumes from 2000-2009 all appear in their dust jackets, except 2005.
Another highlight in Graham Budd's auction are the race-worn leathers of Barry Sheene, worn by the Akai Yamaha motorbike racer in 1981.
The back of the leathers are heavily scuffed after a fall in that year's British GP. Bearing Sheene's name and lucky number 7, the lot is estimated at £7,000-9,000.