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Choose from 68 pictures in our Shopping collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Historic England.


Woolworths, Kingston-upon-Thames BL25186 Featured Shopping Print

Woolworths, Kingston-upon-Thames BL25186

F W Woolworth And Company Limited, Kingston Upon Thames, Greater London. The front of the Kingston-upon-Thames branch of F W Woolworth & Co Ltd (Woolworths) 3d and 6d stores. Photographed 2nd Nov 1920. From the information provided in the Bedford Lemere daybook, the exact location of this Woolworths branch is unclear. It is not thought to be in the Market Place where they were located from 1931 until closure. The architects are recorded as North, Robin and P J Wilsdon

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'Tich' window display SAM01_04_0048 Featured Shopping Print

'Tich' window display SAM01_04_0048

Two girls looking at a window display of Chad Valley Tich dolls, in the window of J J Samuels' stationery shop on Strand, London. Date range: 21st November 1931 - 24th November 1933. Tich was a comic strip character in the Daily Mirror. The comic was written by Frank Dowling and illustrated by 'Dart', and first appeared on 21 November 1931. The final Tich comic was published on 25 November 1933. The toys were produced by Chad Valley. In the early 20th century, J J Samuels had a shop at 371 Strand. By 1936, this had moved to 157 Strand

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Lace advertisement 8E_STR_1820 Featured Shopping Print

Lace advertisement 8E_STR_1820

392 The Strand, London. An engraving dated 1820 showing the elevation of 392 Strand, premises of Urling's Lace. The engraving was produced as an advertisement for G F Urling and Company, announcing a forthcoming change of address and featuring samples of real lace and cotton thread decorating the shop-front window. The engraving indicates that the business formerly operated out of premises at 143 Cheapside. A label on the engraving gives details of the new "more extensive premises over the way, 147, Strand, Somerset House". Coloured engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection

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