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Wow ! A real piece of history, Martin Taylor’s shirt from 1994 season, he was player of the year, this is his play off final shirt that he wore and also in that semi final v Millwall where it turned into a riot and Martin himself was assaulted on the pitch, he also wore it at Wembley as he was superstitious of wearing new shirts, he also put on the letter that Gordon Guthrie had forgotten to send his shirt off to be embroidered for the final as all the others were new shirts, also never had league arm badges for some reason, great shirt.





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This one is from the last season at the  Baseball Ground and that was Martins last season for Derby before he left for a successful career at Wycombe , he wore this shirt in his last premier league game against Forest, so those two facts make it a bit special, also these were the first shirts without the box around the ram and also it is facing the opposite way still, also had the black numbers on the back before they changed them to white, ive checked it out on you tube in the 4-2 win over spurs and you can hardly see it, a nice rare item.





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I think this must go to the top as my greatest match worn Derby County shirt in my collection, England’s all time number one, his favoured shirt for league games, most capped Englishman with 125 and most league appearances at 1,400 this is something to treasure, worn in his time at the Rams and given to his understudy for his testimonial and signed by the great man, another fine piece of Derby County history being preserved for the next generation !






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25 minutes ago, PrivateDerby said:

You’ve done an absolutely cracking job mate, you should go on Mastermind.

Loweman2 you have 2 minutes to answer as many questions as you can on Derby County shirts from 1969 to present day 😂😂😂😂

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3 hours ago, Boycie said:

Is there a volume 2 coming out or are these in volume 1?

To be honest @Boycie i dont know what I am doing any more, what started out as a hobby has turned into some undertaking of biblical proportion proportions! Something akin to Noah and his ark.

 I think that God has chosen me to ensure that the Derby shirt can live on ! I am taking them two by two (home and away) and coaxing our third shirt where possible.

forty days and forty nights of rain may ensue and that will be the sign !

the sign for me to set them free !


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Thanks to @MickD for sending me the shirt, found it’s way home, all the way from Canada A rarity in the fact it was the last time that Derby County played a league game without a shirt sponsor, this was due to the Maxwell scandal that had broken a few months earlier, it meant that that nothing was in place for the first few games of the 1991/92 season, this is a Gary Micklewhites no 7 shirt, 28 years ago.





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This one adds to the great collection of sportsweek shirts from the promotion season of 1986/87, my best season following the Rams, I didn’t think I could beat the yellow one, but this one was made especially for Mark Wallington that season for the game v Plymouth as they obviously wore green, really nice rare shirt,  an be seen wearing it here.







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Next one is the best shirt in my opinion that we ever had, this is the number nine worn by Kevin Wilson, a leading light in very dark times, this was the 99th year that ticked into the centenary season, denoted by the squarer numbers on the back, great shirt, great player ! Massive thanks to @LeedsCityRam for letting me take his shirt to the next generation !





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34 minutes ago, Steve Buckley’s Dog said:

Oh Bobby, Bobby...Mickle, Mickle,Micklewhite...happy days and great memories. You want a Goulooze match worn shirt next I imagine. 

I am open to any shirts that may be hidden in the back of draws or in a suitcase in the attic, I am trying to preserve as many shirts as possible for future generations! Would love a 1950s/60s player shirt to add.

its more about the shirt than the player !

if anyone has any please let me know, the guys on this great forum of ours have been a massive help.

they will all appear in the next update on the shirt book with a mention.

up the rams !

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On ‎07‎/‎09‎/‎2019 at 13:28, Seth's left foot said:

I was one of many who asked for this shirt to be remade so I had to buy it, my first Away shirt as a ten year old 😍


Hey up fella.  Spotted this at an auction house I use too feed a collection of mine - not footy shirts but thought you might be interested in this  .  If you are you can do a telephone bid or have a drive - only an hour or so away .

Tried to put you on a picture but won't do it for some reason - just type in


its LOT 9 - ESTIMATE £50-80.



Memorabilia to include Film, TV, Sport, Books and Items of Historical Interest:
Tuesday 24th September, 10.30am


Venue: Omega Auctions, Sankey Valley Industrial Estate, Newton-Le-Willows, WA12 8DN


Auction Viewing:

Tuesday 24th September 10.00am - 5.00pm

Wednesday 25th September 9.00am - 10.30am

SIGNED Derby SHIRT. A Derby County replica football shirt, signed variously in black marker pen by members of the 2008/09 squad. This item was donated by the club to the vendor to raise money for the Macmillan Ward at the Royal Derby Hospital, the proceeds from this lot will go to support the work that they do. Size L. Excellent condition.

Categories: Sporting Memorabilia


Buyers Premium: 23% + VAT (27.6% including VAT)

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