Another look at some of the treasures, great and small, that Tottenham have gathered over the years. This time the artifacts come from the start of the last century through the war years to the recent past.
They have been gathered from across this country and from the far side of the globe.
Starting with the engraved goblet that was presented by the club to each player to celebrate the Double and carries their autographs.
At the beginning of World War Two, the Tottenham Directors suggested it was time to bury the hatchet and invited Arsenal to share WHL. After the war the lodgers commissioned Benno Elkan to produce this statuette which was presented to THFC and used to stand in the Board Room.
1903 and The Great Western Railway invites you to 'the great football match' at Swindon. However I'm not sure this game took place as we were playing the 5th Round of the FA Cup that day. We did play Swindon away in the Southern League in April.
And why was the return train so late !
While we did play Coventry at home on New Years Day in 1994.
Finally the tour details issued to players before the tour to Japan in 1971.
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