Find out just how much your old Sheffield Wednesday jerseys are worth.
Dig through the attic and rake through your wardrobe for any forgotten Wednesday strips that you may have stashed away - they could be worth a healthy sum. All priced in GBP.
Sold for: 62, 69 and 79. One of the first away kits to be designed by Umbro, sporting the Finlux TV Video sponsorship. Retro. Sold for 50. The Italian was a popular figure among the Wednesday-faithful - voted the clubs player of the season in 1998. He spent three years at Hillsborough. One seller sold the pair for 51 while another one sold just the home shirt for 56. Got either? You could be in for small cash boost of just over 50. Classic Umbro kit, no sponsor. Sold for: 42.50. Marked as the first-ever third kit to be designed by Puma and second in the Sanderson sponsorship era. Sold for: 41. Simon Donnellys spell at Hillsborough was mostly blighted by injury. Lovely shirt, though. Another from the Sanderson brand. Sold for 35. Decorated Blue and White stripes with tint of yellow in collar. First-ever kit to be designed by Puma - and we think its a beauty! Sold for: 86 Football, Pulp and Pete McKee three things synonymous with Sheffield came together in a unique artistic collaboration last year. Its extremely rare and sold to raise money for charity. Sold for 50. A thoughtfully designed shirt lots of different things going on (look very closely). Its certainly a shirt that screams the word historic. Sold for 165. Although it looks identical to image one, just without the Finlux sponsor - there is some price different! Do you have this in your wardrobe? Sold for: 201. A red number 5, this item was described as the ultimate collectable, which the price of the sale certainly proved! Sold for: 48. Chris Waddle, a Sheffield Wednesday legend, which instantly gives it a big attraction. Sold for: 35. This classy black and gold effort from the 93/94 season was a great effort from kit designers Puma.