If I had to nominate one item for your list, it would a coffee mug that must be nearly 40 years old. It still gets used regularly - maintaining the link between the 11-year-old boy who got it as a present years before I ever tasted coffee or tea, and the 48-year-old me, still watching the same team at the same ground drinking out of the same mug.
Alternatively, as a symbol of the futility of football merchandise, I give you the ashtray. It's quite a smart one, as it happens, made of some sort of brushed metal. But, unlike the mug, it's never been used, since I don't smoke and never have. Presumably my mother was struggling to find something to buy me for Christmas in the club shop and this was all she could come up with.
All the best
We still have a LONG way to go in our list. So if you fancy having a look through your own collections then you may find an object that means a lot to you that you want to put in the Watford in 100 Objects list. Please Email any of your ideas you have to firstname.lastname@example.org
Oh, and here is the ashtray Tim's mum got him for Christmas as a child. Back then the Hornet shop couldn't of had the selection of child friendly merchandise it has today.
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