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Trust launch memorabilia auction

Auction runs until 9pm on Saturday.

7 September 2021

Wycombe Wanderers Trust have launched their latest fundraising auction of Chairboys memorabilia items, running from now until Saturday at 9pm.

Click here to visit the auction site.

The available items are:

1. Framed signed Steve Brown (371 appearances 1994-2004) home shirt.

2. Large frame of the 2020 League One play-off final winning squad with photo/plaque and “top trump “ cards for each player.

3. Framed home shirt signed by 2005-06 squad (Keith Ryan etc) plus John Gorman.

4. Football signed by 2009/10 squad, including Matt Phillips.

5. Five matchday programmes from the 1955/56 season, when Wycombe won the Isthmian League for the first time.

6. Five home/away matchday programmes from Wycombe’s first month in the Football League 1993-94 season.

7. Away shirt(child) signed by 2008-09 squad, including Matt Phillips.

8. “Living on the Volcano: The Secrets of Surviving as a Football Manager” book, signed by Gareth Ainsworth.

9. Framed 2009 photo of Frank Adams Stand, signed by Peter Taylor and David McCracken (Manager and captain of promotion winning side)

10. Goalkeeper gloves signed by Jamal Blackman (42 appearances 2016-17)

11. Away shirt signed by Ikechi Anya (18 appearances 2004-07 and subsequent Scottish International)

12. Signed Alex Pattison shirt– Championship season 2020-21- yellow away shirt.

13. FA Cup 2001 semi-final blue shirt- signed by Keith Ryan and Laurie Sanchez.

14. Signed Martyn Lee away shirt – 41 appearances 1996-2003

15. Signed and framed Nathan Tyson action photo.(68 apps, 39 goals 2004-06 and 33 apps, 8 goals 2017-19)

16. Framed Chairboys Make History article, signed by Gareth Ainsworth .

17. 1990 WWFC v Notts Forest matchday pennant from the first ever game played at Adams Park

18. Small metal die-cast vehicle in Wycombe colours accompanied by Adebayo Akinfenwa autograph.

19. As above, accompanied by Joe Jacobson‘s autograph.

20. As above, accompanied by Anthony Stewart’s autograph.


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