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***LAST DAY***In Memory of @CHolland. Greenwich & Bexley Hospice Fundraiser

edited July 2013 in General Charlton
In memory of Colin, we are raising money for the Greenwich and Bexley hospice, where he spent his last few days, before passing away in January this year after suffering from Cancer. Colin was a well known face at home and away games over the last 35 years, and always had time for everyone. His collection of Charlton memorabilla is vast, and on the request of Colin's family they have asked that these items are auctioned and kept within the Charlton family.

So far we have raised just under £220, thanks to this site and other items being sold via Ebay. Thank you for looking and happy bidding.

http://www.charltonlife.com/discussion/52836/colin-holland-rip-cholland/p1

If you haven't seen the auctions before a few notes. They are real auctions so only bid you if can and intend to pay. Highest bidder wins and pays postage or collects. Auction ends at 5.00pm this Monday. Any bids after 4.59pm are invalid. Please only bid in few £ units.

Lot A: A Black and White 10" by 8" picture of Sam Bartram running out of the old West Stand at the Valley, with Jock Campbell, John Hewie and Eddie Firmani seen behind him. This photo was taken between 1951 and 1955, and would look great framed in someone's Living room/Study. Opening bid: £10

Lot B: A 16 page souvenir named "Don Welsh introduces the Charlton Cup Final Team" was printed before the 1947 FA Cup final with pen pictures of the Charlton squad. The book was published as a means of raising a sum of money for the "Players Fund". In good condition for it's age, though the middle pages have come away from the staples. Opening bid: £20

Lot C: A XL White t shirt from the 1998 Shamrock Rovers away friendly with a Charlton badge and Shamrock Rovers badge on the front with Dublin 98 also on it. On the back it has "The Hoops, Simply the Best". In good condition. Opening bid:£10
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