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Britannia and Eve front cover, December 1952 Featured Toys Print

Britannia and Eve front cover, December 1952

Front cover of Britannia and Eve featuring an illustration showing a group of children, from the late 18th or early 19th century, gazing in awe at a festive arrangement of greenery, candles, decorations and toys on a table also holding a nativity set.
1952

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Woollands store in Knightsbridge by Matania Featured Toys Print

Woollands store in Knightsbridge by Matania

The Christmas Shopping Season - A Sphere artist visits a West-End House. A scene in the costume salon of Messrs. Woolland's well-known house in Knightsbridge, the centre of fashion. A busy scene captured by the Sphere's special artist, Fortunino Matania, who visited the store of what was once one of London's great shopping establishments. A stream of lady customers, accompanied by their offspring playing with Christmas toys, move about this scene of feminine fashions. Date: 1922

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Hamleys Christmas presents advertisement, 1929 Featured Toys Print

Hamleys Christmas presents advertisement, 1929

Full page advertisement for Hamleys toy shop featuring a number of ideas for Christmas 1929 including a bunny nightie and hot water bottle case, a Peek-a-boo dog (presumably based on the books by Chloe Preston) and a model of the R101 airship. The real airship would crash the following year killed 48 of the 54 passengers on board.
1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans