Bidding is hotting up for the play-off final shirt in the 2017 Silent Auction.
A bid of £300 has been received and there's still time for you to get your hands on this and other great items.
The annual Silent Auction concludes on Saturday in the main bar at the Wigan game, but you can get your bids in now. Simply e-mail email@example.com with your details, the number of the item, and how much you want to bid. Online bidding will close at 11.59 on Friday, before the auction's final countdown in the main bar!
Silent auctions have raised over £40,000 for the Dons Trust since their inception and once again the auction team have been busy sourcing a wide range of sporting memorabilia. As well as fantastic AFCW and Wimbledon FC memorabilia, personally signed items from current boxing champion Anthony Joshua, F1 legend Jenson Button, 1966 World Cup winners Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters, plus England cricket stars Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Moeen Ali and Jonny Bairstow, all feature.
Below are the full list of items (with the amount received for each) and the images are featured in the gallery above.
Lot 1: AJ On The Canvas (£75)
The star of our show this year, is a magnificent 3' x 2' very limited edition 'Uppercut' canvas (this is 8 of only 10 commissioned by the boxer and artist alike) hand-signed by Anthony Joshua, depicting his victory over Vladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium in April. Fully certificated, this is a must for any boxing fan.
Lot 2: David Fitzpatrick Wembley 2016 Play-off Final Shirt (£300)
A real collector's item this. Player issue shirt, complete with Sky Bet sleeve decals and Wembley Play-off Final embroidery to the front, Admiral size M shirt issued to David Fitzpatrick and signed to the rear on his shirt number 19.
Lot 3: Get on the ball
Also signed and up-to-date with your 2017/18 squad – a brand-new multi-signed official EFL Mitre Delta AFC Wimbledon football, supplied by the club's Commercial Department.
Lot 4: When Dave Went Up...(£30)
Full colour 12 x 8 authenticated framed and mounted press photograph of Wimbledon's history-making goalkeeper and captain Dave Beasant lifting aloft the FA Cup at Wembley in 1988. Clear, undedicated signature in black marker pen.
Lot 5: A piece of AFCW history (£210)
A very good condition Tempest size XS match-worn long-sleeved '6' shirt, mostly worn by inaugural AFC Wimbledon Player of the Year Lee Sidwell during the re-formed Dons first Combined Counties League season in 2002/03.
Lot 6: The Premier League Dons
A 20 x signed and framed 12 x 16 colour poster of Wimbledon's final Premier League squad. Bears the signatures of the likes of Robbie Earle, Kenny Cunningham, Marcus Gayle, Jason Euell, Gareth Ainsworth, manager Egil 'Drillo' Olsen and even some bloke called Neal Ardley!
Lot 7: A 'beast' of a book! (£18)
Recently-published and much-anticipated autobiography of Adebayo Akinfenwa, "The Beast: My Story" charts the amazing career (so far!) of the man repeatedly told he was 'too big to play football'. Signed copy.
Lot 8: Twenty 20 England
A fully-signed by management and players official team photograph of the England T20 squad for the series v South Africa in 2016. Contains signatures of Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Moeen Ali and skipper Eoin Morgan. 16 x 12, mounted and framed.
Lot 9: A Clear Blue Sky
The compelling new autobiography of England wicket-keeper/batsman Jonny Bairstow, dealing with the family tragedies, the popular Yorkshireman had to overcome to become one of the first names on the England cricket teamsheet. Signed copy.
Lot 10: The Class Of '92 (£30)
A framed 30 x signed Wimbledon FC 10 x 13 squad poster, signed by John Fashanu, Lawrie Sanchez, Warren Barton, Robbie Earle, Neil Sullivan, Chris Perry, John Scales among others, as well as management due Joe Kinnear and Terry Burton.
Lot 11: Put your shirt on it.
Another ideal gift: A size L Admiral home shirt bearing the signatures of all this season's favourites on the front. Would look lovely framed for the Dons fan in your life to open on Christmas morning!
Lot 12: 1966 Revisited (£100)
Huge 20 x 16 framed montage of 1966 World Cup winning heroes Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters, celebrating with skipper Bobby Moore and the famous Jules Rimes Trophy. Signed in clear black marker pen by Hurst (3) and Peters – the goalscorers that iconic day.
Lot 13: Parrett's Boots
A pair of signed boots, match worn by Dean Parrett this season. Lime green, Nike 'Mercurial' – both have been signed by Deano.
Lot 14: That Boy Jack Midson...(£500)
Who can forget the scenes that followed Jack's diving header in the FA Cup in Buckinghamshire? Well we've framed him mid-celebration and we'll even throw in a copy of last season's home programme – a real rarity that has been changing hands for up to £100 on internet auction sites!
Lot 15: Harry's Game
Three 8 x 10 press images from Dave Bassett's last appearance in a Wimbledon kit during Wally Downes' testimonial against Chelsea in 1987 at Plough Lane. Professionally mounted and framed and signed by 'Harry' himself.
Lot 16: Life to the Limit (£40)
Another eagerly-anticipated set of sporting memoirs, this time 2009 F1 World Champion driver Jenson Alexander Lyons Button MBE who reveals just what it's like sitting in the driving seat of some of the fastest cars in the world. Signed copy.
Lot 17: Posters (£25)
Some different and aimed at WFC memorabilia collectors – we have three original, full-colour 18 x 30 matchday posters advertising games in the 1997/98 season, including mighty Manchester United for a FA Carling Premiership game at Selhurst Park.
Lot: 18: SW19 – It's a Sign!
Something else very different; a lovingly restored "Wimbledon SW19" sign, said to have come from the site of the Centre Court shopping centre redevelopment – many years ago. Needs to be seen!
Lot: 19: TC59
A County Championship 'Under Armour' brand match-worn shirt of Surrey and England Lions cricketer Tom Curran. Currently with the Ashes squad in Australia, this brilliant young prospect could well become a regular international very soon. Complete with embroidered badges and 'Specsavers' sleeve decals.
Lot: 20 – SI Goodie Bag (£50)
A now-traditional auction attraction - you might want to take a look on the day and see if there has been any last-minute addition to this generous sponsors' bundle!