1987 FA Cup Final Tickets Unused

Stueyboy1

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I have 3 unused tickets (all in a row) from the 1987 FA Cup Final. Royal Mail failed to deliver on time but arranged for a courier to meet in London on match day but the courier was late so the tickets were unused. I have all the documentation to prove this is legitimate. I am considering selling this but am very aware how unique an opportunity it would be for someone to buy this, I'd be surprised if there was anything the same in existence. Has anyone ever seen anything like it and would they have an idea on price I should look for? Thanks in advance
 

Grendel

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I’ll offer you a bag of pork scratchings for them
 

rob9872

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Grendel

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He's Jewish you c**t, I'll off roast beef and mustard brannigans
Very strong taste - I’ll offer new chilli con carni from Walkers
 

Otis

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Never get the appeal of this sort of thing. A ticket's just a ticket to me.

Is if supposedly the same notion as a first edition scenario?
 

Covstu

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Never get the appeal of this sort of thing. A ticket's just a ticket to me.

Is if supposedly the same notion as a first edition scenario?
Probably no more ‘value’ that a used one tbh. Given the audience and the club, it would only be a city fan who would be interested anyway. Unless we do a Man City or something that ensures the fan base goes a lot wider it would have any significant value to anyone outside of our city. I’ve kept mine and the programme but that’s more memories that ‘cash value’
 

olderskyblue

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Never get the appeal of this sort of thing. A ticket's just a ticket to me.

Is if supposedly the same notion as a first edition scenario?
a ticket is normally lots of tickets to you ;)
 
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