A group of seven medals, comprising: two silver-gilt Football Combination League Championship medals, the first a winner's medal for season 1961-62 the other a runners-up medal for season 1960-61; together with a gilt-metal London Football Association medal, uninscribed; a gold-mounted silver & enamel medal inscribed KENT LEAGUE CUP, WINNERS, 1935, NORTHFLEET F.C., J. COXFORD; a gilt-metal & enamel medal inscribed WOOD GREEN & SOUTHGATE HOSPTL. FOOTBALL COMP., SENIOR SECTION, WINNERS, 1947-48; a metal & enamel medal inscribed LONDON BUSINESS HOUSES A.S.A., FOOTBALL, LGE. 3, DIV 2, RU, 1950-51; & a bronze medal inscribed PARTHENON LEAGUE, 1951-52, CHARITY CUP, RES. DIV., RUNNERS UP; together with a cigarette lighter inscribed AUSTRIA WIEN/TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 3 AUGUST 1968; and a Delft blue & white pottery dish presented to Spurs by the Dutch F.A. (9) appendix Jack Coxford (Tottenham Hotspur) Lots 22 & 23 Jack Coxford hailed from North Seaton in east Northumberland and played football as a wing-half for Stakeford United & Blyth Spartans before being signed by Sunderland, transferring to Birmingham in May 1927. After three seasons at Birmingham he had four at Bournemouth before joining Spurs ' nursery team Northfleet United as player/coach in season 1934-35. Coxford then became an assistant trainer at Spurs and promoted to head trainer in November 1946. Under Cecil Poynton he had a prominent role in the coaching and training of the reserves team. He was also a qualified physiotherapist. Coxford continued his association with Spurs during the Bill Nicholson era.