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    Rare Hibs programme up for auction

    Spotted this in a public auction for 16th June lot 386 Great Western Auctions in Glasgow - Hibs v Celtic Coronation Cup 1953 and also Hibs v Newcastle S-F of the Coronation Cup if any one is interested. I have no connection to this at all but may be of interest to a collector although looks expensive?

    https://www.greatwesternauctions.com...8/lot0386.html


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    shows how the balance of football has changed in the UK.

    A tournament where the top 4 teams in England played the top 4 teams in Scotland (and everyone took it very seriously) and it ended up with two Scottish teams in the final !

    For those who didn't know about the tournament, these were the results:



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    Final[edit]



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    I have the whole series of programmes for this tournament along with every Hibs v Hearts fixture and Scotland v England fixture since 1947. I think I should be taking these to an auction now. Add to that all of our European home fixtures since 1947 too. I could be worth a few bob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimP View Post
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    I have the whole series of programmes for this tournament along with every Hibs v Hearts fixture and Scotland v England fixture since 1947. I think I should be taking these to an auction now. Add to that all of our European home fixtures since 1947 too. I could be worth a few bob.
    Splendid sounding collection although you've got about 8 years worth of home European ties that are truly priceless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Islington Hibs View Post
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    Spotted this in a public auction for 16th June lot 386 Great Western Auctions in Glasgow - Hibs v Celtic Coronation Cup 1953 and also Hibs v Newcastle S-F of the Coronation Cup if any one is interested. I have no connection to this at all but may be of interest to a collector although looks expensive?

    https://www.greatwesternauctions.com...8/lot0386.html
    Is that a good auction for old programmes?

    I have quite a collection but I'm always thinking I'll get short -changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Is that a good auction for old programmes?

    I have quite a collection but I'm always thinking I'll get short -changed.
    Like any auction. Depends on whose in the room or online wanting to bid. Also don't forget the auction house makes between 10-20% of your sale.

    I was in Winchburgh Church hall when they auctioned of George Best top & Liam Hendersons Scottish Cup final boots.
    The top went for £600 & the boots went for £4grand. No auctioneers fees as the church were doing the auction themselves.

    If 2 or more people really want them that's when the bidding gets interesting.

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    I have a 0-7 programme signed by most of that team including the late shades signature. No idea how much its worth though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermit Crab View Post
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    I have a 0-7 programme signed by most of that team including the late shades signature. No idea how much its worth though.
    Several years ago I knocked back an offer of £150 for one signed by Alan Gordon, for some yours would be worth more I feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    Several years ago I knocked back an offer of £150 for one signed by Alan Gordon, for some yours would be worth more I feel.

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    Never had an offer made t me to be fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermit Crab View Post
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    Never had an offer made t me to be fair.
    There's one on eBay just now. Doesn't appear to be autographed. 8 days to go and already at £33.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermit Crab View Post
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    Never had an offer made t me to be fair.
    I sold one early 90’s for £140. Have another one that I would never sell.

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    How about Hibs v Real Madrid with Jock Stein's autograph?

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    EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS CUP QF

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    THe beginning of the end for Turnbulls Tornadoes.

    Bought for me by my Jambo Uncle who was on holiday in Croatia at the time.

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    I have the whole series of programmes for this tournament along with every Hibs v Hearts fixture and Scotland v England fixture since 1947. I think I should be taking these to an auction now. Add to that all of our European home fixtures since 1947 too. I could be worth a few bob.
    What dedication! For something like that do you also scan them in as a backup (I’m not asking for copy by the way) Hibstorical archive right there sound anyone can top that?!
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    We do have a wee Collectors forum on here too. Been a bit quiet things like this might liven it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimP View Post
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    I have the whole series of programmes for this tournament along with every Hibs v Hearts fixture and Scotland v England fixture since 1947. I think I should be taking these to an auction now. Add to that all of our European home fixtures since 1947 too. I could be worth a few bob.
    I am intrigued by your date of 1947 for European programmes Jim

    AFAIK there are only 3 programmes produced for matches v European clubs prior to our European Cup debut in 1955. The earliest one I have is v Rapid Vienna in 1951. I know we played a home game in 1947 v Fram. Are you saying you have a programme for this match ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    How about Hibs v Real Madrid with Jock Stein's autograph?
    Got the programme but no autograph.

    Lucky enough to have got the Naples one though. Signed by Jock Stein, Peter Cormack, John Madsen, Joe Davis,Bobby Duncan, Montefusco and Cane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    Got the programme but no autograph.

    Lucky enough to have got the Naples one though. Signed by Jock Stein, Peter Cormack, John Madsen, Joe Davis,Bobby Duncan, Montefusco and Cane.

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    What do you reckon it's worth and where is the best place to sell it? Supposing you wanted to, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    What do you reckon it's worth and where is the best place to sell it? Supposing you wanted to, of course.
    Best place is definitely eBay. Value is hard to gauge as the programme is not rare but the autograph helps. I would reckon around £20 to £25 tops.

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    That’s for the Real Madrid one. A bit more for Naples

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    What do you reckon it's worth and where is the best place to sell it? Supposing you wanted to, of course.
    Honestly no idea as mines not for sale but if they're really rare auction might be the way to go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    Honestly no idea as mines not for sale but if they're really rare auction might be the way to go?

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    Yes. I have been reminded this year of how short life is and so I'm just going to sell off all my keepsakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Yes. I have been reminded this year of how short life is and so I'm just going to sell off all my keepsakes.


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    Got the programme but no autograph.

    Lucky enough to have got the Naples one though. Signed by Jock Stein, Peter Cormack, John Madsen, Joe Davis,Bobby Duncan, Montefusco and Cane.

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    Stein must have been there as a guest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient hibee View Post
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    Stein must have been there as a guest.
    Agreed. I always assumed he was, unless he was scouting even more Hibs players☺

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonhibby View Post
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    Agreed. I always assumed he was, unless he was scouting even more Hibs players☺

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    He was a great pal of Bob Shankly and was supposed to have recommended him for the Hibs job when he left.

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