Help in dating memorabilia

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Re: Help in dating memorabilia

Postby supershots » Sat May 13, 2017 2:24 pm

Mick Earls Fan Club wrote:I remember it being 15p for me as a kid and the programme was 5p.

My Dad had to give me the money as kids had to queue at a different to the adults. Think he was paying 45p?

I guess that would be around 1974 or 1975


I remember the programme being a shilling and you got the Football league review inside (thats a real shilling not 5p) :lol:
northern wreck
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Re: Help in dating memorabilia

Postby northern wreck » Sat May 13, 2017 9:01 pm

i cant remember any prices as a kid early 70s, finances were my dads department but do remember on the days he was too tight to buy a programme having to look at the half time scores pinned up under the ALDERSHOT ..... letters without a clue which games they were for and wondering who is 3 - 0 up away from home
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Re: Help in dating memorabilia

Postby Alf W » Sat May 13, 2017 10:42 pm

Yes, I remember the Huddersfield fans coming into the ground, via the end of the platform and climbing over near the "Slab", singing "Yorkshire Boys we are here......." I think we beat them easily, if memory serves me........
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Re: Help in dating memorabilia

Postby lowerbourneshot » Sun May 14, 2017 3:16 am

83/84 was £1.10 as a junior
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Re: Help in dating memorabilia

Postby lowerbourneshot » Sun May 14, 2017 3:17 am

Bristol City was 70p as a junior in Feb 84 my first away game.
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Re: Help in dating memorabilia

Postby PAUL BLUNDELL » Sun May 14, 2017 9:51 am

Where are you selling it? If it does not sell, let me know what you want for it and I will buy it, Paul.
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Re: Help in dating memorabilia

Postby PAUL BLUNDELL » Sun May 21, 2017 3:02 pm

Did you sell your sign David?
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Re: Help in dating memorabilia

Postby BillB » Sun May 21, 2017 3:29 pm

Warnboro of the South wrote:I can't remember the £3, but I do remember as a poor young teenager getting there early and hiding in the gents in the ground until the turnstiles opened. Scott-free but I almost certainly bought a proggie.

PS Huddersfield got in free by climbing over the railway line.


Not something Huddersfield invented!!!!!
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Re: Help in dating memorabilia

Postby Localshot » Sun May 21, 2017 4:03 pm

PAUL BLUNDELL wrote:Did you sell your sign David?


I did thanks....Barely got it out of the car before it was snaffled....should have asked for more for it.

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