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An old Dainty Dinah Toffee tin from the 1930s - The toffees were made in north east England and Dainty Dinah was a real person whose face adorned many such tins.

An old Dainty Dinah Toffee tin from the - The toffees were made in north east England and Dainty Dinah was a real person whose face adorned many such tins.

Noah's Ark Tinplate Biscuit Tin 20th Century

Noah's Ark Tinplate Biscuit Tin 20th Century

"The Rag and Bone man" is a British phrase for a junk dealer. Historically the phrase referred to an individual who would travel the streets of a city with a horse-drawn cart, and would collect old rags (for converting into fabric and paper), bones for making glue, scrap iron and other items, often trading them for other items of limited value.

Rag-and-bone man, with horse and cart, once a common sight on British streets. People would shovel up the horse manure for their roses!

Jones Brothers, 346-366 Holloway Road, Holloway, Greater London

Jones Brothers, Holloway Road, Holloway A Waitrose super­market replaced the department store in In the century Holloway Road was notorious for its highwaymen but the construction of Archway Road brought an end to the area’s rural character in the

1920's Morris Cowley "Bullnose" Van | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

1920's Morris Cowley "Bullnose" Van | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Nestled in the Durham countryside, Beamish: The Living Museum of the North is filled to the brim with the nation's history.  The vault, in the 300-acre open-air museum, has sets of wooden false teeth, a cow's vertebrate and items dating backs to Roman times up to the 1980s.  The curiosities also include old motorbikes, furniture, toys, rocking horses and even tinned vegetables from 1910 which are stacked high in the warehouse that is the size of 11 tennis courts... Scroll down for Video...

Hidden vault contains treasure trove of three million artefacts

Nestled in the Durham countryside, Beamish: The Living Museum of the North is filled to the brim with the nation's history. The vault, in the 300-acre open-air museum, has sets of wooden false teeth, a cow's vertebrate and items dating backs to Roman times up to the 1980s. The curiosities also include old motorbikes, furniture, toys, rocking horses and even tinned vegetables from 1910 which are stacked high in the warehouse that is the size of 11 tennis courts... Scroll down for Video...

Meet Ruby and Sascha two Dogue de Bordeaux's.  Introducing Sascha a beautiful 21 month old lady currently in foster in the North East of England. Sascha loves cuddles walks and her squeeky toys. She currently lives with 2 other Dogue's. She would like a laid back brother to keep her company or could be an only Dogue. If you feel you could offer Sascha a forever home. Please email ddbwelfare@gmail.com and request an adoption form. Children in the household must be 10 or over…

Meet Ruby and Sascha two Dogue de Bordeaux's. Introducing Sascha a beautiful 21 month old lady currently in foster in the North East of England. Sascha loves cuddles walks and her squeeky toys. She currently lives with 2 other Dogue's. She would like a laid back brother to keep her company or could be an only Dogue. If you feel you could offer Sascha a forever home. Please email ddbwelfare@gmail.com and request an adoption form. Children in the household must be 10 or over…

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