A collection of Accrington Stanley programmes is expected to fetch hundreds of pounds at auction.
Dozens of programmes are up for sale at a football memorabilia auction in Warwickshire.
The souvenirs date from 1946 to 1962 and have come from a single vendor who has acquired them over a lifetime of collecting.
They include the programme from Accrington Stanley’s last ever Football League game, against Crewe on Friday March 2, 1962. Auctioneer Robert Adcock said: "We are delighted to conduct this extremely important auction of programmes and memorabilia.
"Our client has been involved in collecting long before it became popular and because of this the sale contains some of the rarest programmes to ever appear at auction. Certain clubs like Accrington Stanley hold a mystique among collectors with pre-war editions selling for hundreds of pounds each."
Accrington Stanley played in the Football League from 1921 until 1962, when the club became only the second ever to resign from the Football League mid-season. In total, 340 Accrington Stanley programmes are up for sale at the auction organised by the Birmingham-based Football Memorabilia Auctioneers.
The sale can be viewed at www.sportingmemorys.com and bidding can be done in person or via the internet at www.the-saleroom.com