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A fascinating postcard which shows the shop staff  and a young boy who possibly did the deliveries. I think this shop, Mason Williams Ltd, was in Walsall because information is written in pencil on the reverse of the postcard. The other clue to the location is the name Albion Flour Mills of Walsall, printed on the two bags in the window on the right of the shop.


Another lovely image of an old grocers shop. The address written on the reverse of the postcard is 17 Dudley Street, Wolverhampton.


This is an excellent example of a shop from the early 1900's. Of particular interest is the brick wall and ornate railing. It is possible that this shop was in Salop Street, Dudley.


This building was/is situated in Lower High Street, just below the former Grammar School, now King Edward VI College.




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