THE entire Huddersfield Town team is up for sale - for about £350.
But fans of Andy Booth, Pawel Abbott and the Clarkes might be a tad disappointed.
This bargain price is the estimate for a set of lead models from about 70 years ago going up for auction next month.
Eleven players are in the boxed set of Britains Famous Football Teams from the 1930s.
It is up for sale at a sporting memorabilia auction at Sotheby's Olympia in London on May 18. The box contains a goalkeeper with articulated arms and 10 outfield players in different poses.
A sticker on the outside is inscribed Huddersfield Town. A Sotheby's spokesman said it was not certain how many other sets survived.
"In the 1930s, parents did not think twice about giving their children presents made from lead. Now they might not be so sure," he said.
The same sale includes two Town FA Cup Final programmes, estimated to fetch up to £700 each.
They are for the match against Arsenal in 1930 and against Preston in 1938.
The 1938 one has added interest because it was a luxury edition produced for the royal box. It is printed on glossy paper, without advertisements, and has leather bindings.
The Huddersfield treasures are being sold by Graham Budd Auctions in association with Sotheby's.