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    A Wales 1914 International Cap won by William H Evans, in red velvet with silvered metal tassel and Prince of Wales Feathers with Ich Dien over a blue cotton band, worn

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    A Wales 1914 International Shirt won by William H Evans, in faded red with stitched Prince of Wales feathers over a blue cotton band, worn

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    A France 1914 International Shirt in dark blue with white trim and stitched cockerel, by Williams & Co, Fabricants, 1 & 3 Rue Caumartin, Paris, presented by William H Evans

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    An Ireland 1914 International Shirt in green with white collar and stitched shield with shamrock above the date 1914, by T Lynch & Son, 27 Westmoreland Street, Dublin, presented by William H Evans

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    A Scotland 1914 International Shirt in blue with white collar and stitched thistle, presented by William H Evans, faded

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    An International 1905-1906 tricolour Rugby League Cap won by Windsor Jones together with a Postcard of Windsor (mis-spelt Winsdor) Jones – Wigan RFC

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    A Glamorgan County Shirt (faded) and Cap, 1922 – 23, won and presented by Stan Davies together with Stan Davies’ Welsh Trial Cap for 1922 in brown velvet with gilt metal Prince of Wales feathers.

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    A Wales International Shirt won by Gus Broughton, 1927-28, with white collar and stitched Prince of Wales feathers over Ich Dien on a dark blue ground

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    A Wales International Cap won by Gus Broughton, 1917-8, with silvered metal tassel and Prince of Wales feathers over Ich Dien on a light blue cotton ground, dated 1927-8

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    A Wales Final Trial Cap won by Gus Broughton, 1927-28, with gilt metal tassel and Prince of Wales feathers over Ich Dien on a light blue cotton ground, dated 1928-28

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    Gus Broughton’s Crawshays Cap, c.1928, in light green and orange with cotton ivory and red tassel and Crawshays crest, named inside G Broughton

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    Ike Jones (Bowler)’s WRU 1935 Jubilee Shirt, with letter N to the back, with white collar and light blue ground badge with Prince of Wales feathers. Donated by Chris and Ian Price

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    A Wales 1905 International Shirt won by Dai (Tarw) Jones, with white collar over two buttons and stitched Prince of Wales feathers over Ich Dien on a light blue cotton ground, the displayed front section faded

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    A Glamorgan County Cap won by Emlyn Lewis, in brown velvet with silvered metal tassel and County crest with lion rampant bearers, dated 1898-9

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    A Treherbert RFC Cap, in green velvet with gilt metal tassel, TFC monogram and date 1899-1900, some wear

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    Johnny Williams’ 1906 Treherbert RFC Cap, in purple velvet with gilt metal tassel, initialled T.F.C. and date 1906-07, presented by John Evans

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    A Treherbert RFC Cap, in green velvet with TFC monogram and date 1902-3, presented by David Fitzherbert

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    John Lewis’ 1901 Welsh Final Trial Cap in red velvet with gilt metal tassle and Prince of Wales feathers over Ich Dien on a light blue cotton ground and date 1901

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