Scots auctioneer prepares for sale of Nobby Stiles 1966 memorabilia


By Clare Carswell

A SCOTS auctioneer is preparing to sell football memorabilia of former England player, Nobby Stiles.

The 45 lots expect to reach a total of £350,000 and includes Stiles’ World Cup winners medal from 1966 when England defeated West Germany 4-2 at Wembly.

The medal has been estimated at £150.000 but if it sells for more than £164,000, it will set the world record price for a 1966 winners medal.

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