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Choose from 461 pictures in our Stall collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Farm Stall in St. Jamess Park, London - New Milkstall Featured Print

Farm Stall in St. Jamess Park, London - New Milkstall

Farm Stall in St. James's Park, London - The New Milkstall - "Rus in Urbe" ('the countryside in the city) - latn quote on the card. The stall is selling carbonated water, milk, chocolate, cheese and biscuits. Date: circa 1905

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Aerated, Biscuits, Cadburys, Carbonated, Chocolate, City, Country, Farm, Freen, Frys, Historical, History, Jamess, Latin, London, Milk, Milkstall, Pail, Pails, Park, Peak, Quote, Rus, Saint, St, Stall, Urbe, Water

Frost Fair on the Thames by Pauline Baynes Featured Print

Frost Fair on the Thames by Pauline Baynes

Illustration painted for Holly Leaves by Pauline Baynes showing Londoners in 1683-4 enjoying the delights of the Frost Fair on the frozen River Thames. The ice was so thick that market stall, traders and entertainers were able to ply their wares

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1683, 17th, 1951, Baynes, Brazier, Century, Fair, Fairs, Frost, Frozen, Historical, History, Ice, Icy, Illustration, Londoners, Market, Pauline, River, Skate, Skating, Stall, Thames, Trader, Traders, Winter

The Stratford-on-Avon Mops Featured Print

The Stratford-on-Avon Mops

The two Statute of Mop Fairs in Stratford-on-Avon are held on the day after Michaelmas Day and the second Friday in October - their institution dates back to the days of Richard I, and there is no doubt that Shakespeare attended them, took part in the games and tasted the ox-roasts turned on spits in temporary brick fire places in the streets. A "mop" is a statute fair for the hiring of domestic servants and farm labourers, and contracts made were binding for one year: the word "mop" derives from the old custom of maid-servants bringing their badge of office with them to the fairs. The men and women hired at these fairs were called Johnnies and Mollies. The old "fairings", that is large sticks of sweets, generally cinnamon or peppermint flavouring, appear on the brightly-lighted stalls

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans