This is another item that we currently have out on loan to our friends at The National Football Museum in Manchester for public display.
Blackburn secured their sixth FA Cup final win in 1928, beating Huddersfield 3 – 1 an Wembley.
Jack Roscamp scored in the first minute of the game for Rovers, with Tommy McLean double their advantage in the 22nd minute. Roscamp would score again late in the game to deny Huddersfield any chance of a late comeback.
The photo album has been personalised for the Blackburn Rovers manager of the time, Bob Crompton.
Crompton spent his entire career with Blackburn, a total of 24 years from 1896 to 1920. He also captained England on 22 occasions.
He had two spells as Blackburn manager. Leaving the club in 1931 after five years at the helm, he would eventually end up with Bournemouth in 1935/6, but returned to Blackburn again in 1938.
Sadly Crompton suffered a heart attack as he watched his side beat Burnley 3 – 2 in 1941, and died later that same evening.