Next up another from Harry Kane and the series looking at wireless headphones.
Below Left - The 'Zug Ball' from 1904 with an endorsement from the club.
Right - Its 1914 and our game V Chelsea for a war charity.
Alfie Conn was the first man to play for both the Glasgow giants. When he was asked which he preferred Rangers or Celtic he answered 'Spurs.'
From 1982 and a TV programme about the Admiral sportswear company featuring our stars. And a Tottenham Cup Wining side featured in the next next advert below. It's ran was throughout 1920, before we won the trophy, into the following glorious year and featured in a number of national and local papers.
Spurs were the only team to go through the 1994 season without a 0-0 draw to their name. It was the seventh time in the league career they had managed that.
Below - Danny Blanchflower plugs his autobiograpghy (interesting read in case you get your hands on a copy and the early Seventies and Martin Chivers in this issues 'Boot' advert.
A couple from Gary Lineker and his long running series for Walker Crisps. You cant help thinking he must need the money.
And from the Lancashire Evening News October 1928 and the days before social media etc.
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