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Posted by: Sam Neil on 7th July 2020
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Found this lovely book on the British 1950s adverts similar to the ads here - https://rb.gy/kritg7
Posted by: Lola Parkinson on 15th June 2020
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"Mystery Solved"
Posted by: Sue on 3rd June 2020
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Love it
Posted by: maidjenny on 12th April 2020
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I love the old style plastic macs I wish they would come back into fashion, curtsy from jenny
Posted by: Lori on 21st February 2020
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Do you have a Facebook account? Those unknown photographs would be seen by many eyes and reach a wider audience.
Posted by: Molly on 11th June 2019
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I have found the 1970s tv show pictures quiz. I want to use it for a group of elderly people who meet at a church group tomorrow am. How do I get the answers to the questions. Do I have to pay. Thankyou
Posted by: Gerald boucher on 24th March 2019
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any value/interest information on pre 1940 badminton racket "the cranbourn" manufactured in england for/by wisden & co ltd
Posted by: Nigel Bramman on 24th February 2019
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I was given a picture of the Bakery/shop where I learnt my trade as a baker by my first bosses daughter two days ago the picture shows that they used to make the Bernadine bread which I don’t remember but I googled it and came upon your site where various people remember it. I can upload the picture if anyone is interested ?
Posted by: John Kuper on 3rd December 2018
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Hi;
Is there anyway to buy a high res version of your adverts from you, like on a CD-ROM or download?
Posted by: Frederick W.A. Collins on 21st August 2018
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I want to say thanks for providing me with the information I was looking for. I wanted to confirm that the ancient world transmitted correspondence in writing about events equivalent to letters. Somehow some people have concluded that the gospels relied upon memories which would have of necessity faded with time. The information your website provided confirmed the implausibility of that conclusion (for me at least). Thanks again.
Posted by: Elspeth King on 23rd February 2018
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Thank you very much for the advertisement which gives me a date for the GEC Bride's Iron, gifted to the Stirling Smith collections today.
Posted by: Gavin on 24th September 2017
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I think this is such a wonderful web page you've set up, and I was wondering if a new page under Childhood might be set up for a boarding school. Let me know if this might be considered. Thanks
Posted by: EDWARD BROCKLEBANK on 31st May 2017
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as a young child i was brought up on milk and honey buiscuits its a real shame they stoped making them they were far supiria to what you buy today
Posted by: Roz Campbell on 8th April 2017
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I was so glad to see some of those old photos as I could recognise some of the era's in the photos, as Britain was a long time in them (or so it seemed) we never had bright colours and the places + the people sometimes looked older than they were, I grew up in the North East, Near Newcastle upon Tyne but it was a good childhood, no shootings, stabbings etc., just normal. But I recently viewed a newish book on the slums of Glasgow, & it was so pitiful it brought me to tears to see how a lot of those people lived or just got by. Plus you forgot to mention about the Jarrow Marchers who were going down to London & the Govt' to let them know how they were living at their wits end to make money to put food on the table. It was such hard times but the Govt' didn't seem to care. Life is funny how it repeats itself & as if we didn't learn the lessons well enough the first time around.
Posted by: alan winstanley on 27th March 2017
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This is my first time viewing history world and i was thrilled at seeing the capture of all these photo's it give's one a true glimpse into what working life was back-then a real eye-opener i wish to thank all who have contributed to this wonderful site.And it will not be my last visit.
Posted by: Steve Osborn on 23rd February 2017
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Come and join Talking Antiques on facebook and meet some of the top collectors and dealers
Posted by: Dave Grimshaw on 13th October 2016
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Brilliant site, even has the ad from my 1st employment at Blakes Motors Ltd, Salford, great memories.
Posted by: Oxfam Shop King's Lynn on 20th September 2016
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Great site. My job is to put Oxfam donated items onto Ebay. I looked up Senior Service Cigarette Cards and thought you might like to know we just put up the complete set of Britain From the Air, all 48 cards. (I saw that you don't have all of them.)
Thanks, Will at Oxfam Shop King's Lynn
Posted by: william walker on 26th August 2016
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Hi - great site but one little point - where do you find the answers to Nostlgia picture quiz
Posted by: Andrew Atkinson on 29th June 2016
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FORMBY'S LOST LOVE
The book 'Formby's Lost Love' - the Limited Edition Biography of ukulele legend George Formby's fiancee Pat Howson - is now available to purchase by contacting me directly. Email for details.