Leeds United football memorabilia for sale at Mullocks

Mullocks' 24th August Rugby and Football memorabilia Auction features a fantastic selection of Leeds United memorabilia including a number of rare football shirts with estimates ranging £600 - £8,000.

The shirts are from a single vendor and are all sold with a letter of provenance from the family who owns them.

The shirts include a white Umbro shirt from the 1970 Chelsea v Leeds FA Cup final which ended in a 2-2 draw, leading to the first FA Cup final replay since 1912.

Leeds United memorabilia auction at Mullocks
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The shirt has blue lettering and a crew neck and is being sold with a £3,000 - £5,000 estimate.

Leeds United football shirt auction at Mullocks 
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A second FC Cup final related item is a Leeds Umbro tracksuit top from 1972 FA Cup final when Leeds beat Arsenal 1-0, their first FA Cup final win.

The tracksuit top is white with a blue zip feature, and blue lettering, and has an estimate of £600 - £800.

Leeds memorabilia auction
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A second tracksuit is from the 1965 FA Cup final which Leeds lost to Liverpool 2-1, after extra time.

This is a complete white tracksuit with blue lettering and has an estimate of £800 - £1,000

Leeds football memorabilia auction
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An un-numbered 1965 FA Cup final Leeds United crew neck Umbro shirt is available for £600 - £800.

Terry Cooper track suit auction
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One of the star items is Terry Cooper's two piece light blue track suit with gold lettering used at the 1970 FA Cup final with an estimate of £800 - £1,000.

 And also a 1972 FA Cup final whie Umbro Leeds United shirt with the number 3 on the reverse, presumably Paul Madeley's shirt, with an estimate of £2,000 - £3,000.

Terry Cooper Leeds United shirt auction
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Terry Cooper's 1973 FA Cup final Umbro tracksuit is also for sale with a £600 - £800 estimate, as is his 1968 Football League Cup Final shirt, in which he scored the winner in a 1-0 victory over Arsenal, with an estimate of £6,000 - £8,000. 

You can view all the lots at Mullocks



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