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Pine-Apples, a penny a slice, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Pine-Apples, a penny a slice, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Pine-Apples, a penny a slice, 1845. Londoners buying fruit from a barrow: ...the mode of retailing them in the streets of the metropolis - just as cherries have been cried and sold some 200 years since...The attempt made last year to import into this country Pine-apples, from the West Indies, was attended with such success as to induce speculators to improve the culture. This was, indeed, requisite; for some of the specimens were acrid enough to set the teeth on edge...the Pine trade has already become permanently established: in one week upwards of 11,000 pine apples have been sold by one house !, averaging from 1s. [1 shilling] to 3s. each; and the same brokers have sold 100,000 this season. Meanwhile, they have been cried by cartloads and barrowfulls through the streets for sale!'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Four Scenes from Cries of London Series: Heres your Potatoes Featured Print

Four Scenes from Cries of London Series: Heres your Potatoes

Four Scenes from "Cries of London" Series: Here's your Potatoes...; Buy my Moss Roses...; Light your Honor; Pray Remember the Blind, August 1, 1801

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First Alexandra Rose Day, 21 June 1912, (1933). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

First Alexandra Rose Day, 21 June 1912, (1933). Creator: Unknown

First Alexandra Rose Day, 21 June 1912, (1933). A group of five women selling rose badges to raise funds for charity, outside the now demolished Hotel Cecil in London. Alexandra Rose Day is a charitable fund-raising event held in the United Kingdom since 1912. It was first launched on the 50th anniversary of the arrival of Queen Alexandra, the consort of King Edward VII, from her native Denmark. From "The Pageant of the Century". [Odhams Press Ltd, 1933]

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