This wonderful Wales honours Cap was awarded to Cardiff fly half 'Percy Bush' after he made his Wales debut against the touring All Blacks in 1905 'The match still causes a huge debate today' as Wales won 3-0.
There are many interesting and unusual facets which go to make up the overall Welsh rugby scene and one which is becoming increasingly prominent, concurrent with the success of the National "XV" is the influence of the John Hughes pottery family of traditional craftsmen, responsible for the lovingly modelled unique stoneware clay figures, of our national rugby heroes, plus others portraying the Welsh way of life.
One of our members is looking for vintage Groggs to add to his collection, He is looking for Groggs made prior to circa 1982 (in the big old fashioned style, before the style/design changed) and ideally approx 10” and taller.
It is truly amazing what can turn up at auction from one day to the next, we all wait for the next gem to appear. it was this team photograph of the 1930 British Rugby team photographed prior to their match with the Ceylon side on 1-10-1930