1970s Sporting Memorabilia Shop
Cricket
  • An album of twelve West Indian postal covers commemorating the first Cricket World Cup in 1975. Each represents one of the participating islands and are date stamped.They are presented in excellent condition and belonged to a private collector.... More..
  • The achievements of Sir Gary Sobers stand alone. Generally considered to be the greatest all-round cricketer of them all he was blessed with every necessary attribute for greatness.He had rare natural genius determination stamina and a remarkable... More..
  • This fine item of Leicestershire CCC memorabilia is a player issue and worn David Gower Leicestershire CCC sweater.It displays the club logo and is supplied with a photo and dedicated signature.It is presented in excellent condition and is a fine exa... More..
  • Regarded as one of the best opening pairs in the world with Desmond Haynes their reputation lives on. Gordon scored a test average of 44.45 runs from 108 matches.This superb print shows Gordon in familiar attacking action for West Indies during the... More..
  • This very rare item of England test match memorabilia is a shirt worn by Boycott in a Test Match.It carries all the embroidery and logos associated with this era and is presented in a deep box frame giving a distinct 3D effect.It is framed in a stunn... More..
  • The first ever World Cup was won by the hugely successful West Indies team. The team had everything: reliable and free scoring batsmen and accurate wicket taking bowlers including the legendary Joel Garner.Joel took 259 test wickets from just 58 mat... More..
  • This superb and rare item of signed match worn Cricket memorabilia is an England test match glove worn by Boycott.Part of a large private collection the glove is signed by Boycott on the bottom of the glove and is presented in a stunning deep box fr... More..
  • Joel Garner - Batsmen would say that the overriding feeling when first confronted by the Big Bird was that he would trample on them such was the foreshortening effect of his 6ft 8 inches. Delivered from the clouds it seemed and at a lively pace that... More..
  • This very rare item of England test match memorabilia is a shirt worn by Boycott in a Test Match.It carries all the embroidery and logos associated with this era and is presented in a deep box frame giving a distinct 3D effect.It is framed in a stunn... More..
  • To the umpires Michael Holding was malevolent stealth personified so they christened him Whispering Death. His over to Geoff Boycott in the cauldron of Kensington Oval Barbados in 1981 has gone down in cricketing history as the finest fastest most... More..


The sports stars of the 70s bring back great memories of my childhood and I'm so pleased to let you know that we've teamed up with the top supplier of genuine 70s memorabilia in the UK to be allowed to show you hundreds of great memory provoking items that captured some of the greatest sporting moments of the seventies.

Enjoy.