PRE-WAR Huddersfield Town mementoes are expected to fetch hundreds of pounds when they go under the hammer.
Programmes, photos and autographs from the 1920s and 1930s are to be auctioned at Sotheby's in London on Thursday, September 11.
A 1922 FA Charity Shield match programme of Huddersfield v Liverpool is tipped to reach £800.
And a collection of FA Cup Final items from 1930 is likely to make a similar amount.
The second cache includes a lunch menu from the Hotel Metropole, Brighton, signed by Town stars of yesteryear and two postcards of Town legend Billy Smith, one of which is signed.
Smith scored 126 goals for Town, 114 of them in the league. He made 574 appearances for the club.
His son, Conway, also played for Town. Pre-war football programmes, particularly for FA Cup finals, are becoming increasingly collectable.
In February this year, a 1901 Spurs v Sheffield United FA Cup Final programme was sold for a world record £14,400.
Before the sale, it was expected to reach between £2,500 and £3,500.