Leading Sporting Gold’s June 2 sale in Buckinghamshire is this scarce football programme for the 1924 FA Cup Final between Newcastle United and Aston Villa.
Played on a rainy day in April, the fixture was only the second FA Cup final staged at the newly built Wembley Stadium, with Newcastle winning 2-0. Programmes from the match are scarce as many were used as makeshift umbrellas on the day.
This example comes in good condition with an original but cleaned cover, and is estimated at £3200-3300.
Now in its 25th year, outdoor contemporary sculpture show Fresh Air will take place in a five-acre garden in Cirencester from June 11-July 2.
Nearly 90 artists are exhibiting their latest work, with prices ranging from £50-50,000.
Flautist by Czech born Jitka Palmer is carved from 20in (50cm) of Bath stone and is priced at £2800.
This late 19th century Russian agate and diamond brooch is estimated at £2800-3200 in Fellows’ June 8 sale of antique and modern jewellery in Birmingham.
The circular moss agate panel has a rose-cut diamond surround, Russian marks and comes in a fitted Wartski case.
More than 1600 lots are going under the hammer in Mitchells’ mixed-discipline sale in Cockermouth, Cumbria, on June 1-2.
Among the 400 lots of furniture is this 6ft 8in (2.03m) high Queen Anne walnut bureau bookcase, with original mirror doors.