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Images Dated 12th October 2017

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Trade Catalogue for Tantalus frames 1930 Featured 12 Oct 2017 Image

Trade Catalogue for Tantalus frames 1930

A choice of fumed oak, mahogany and Prince's plate Tantalus frames with finely cut glass decanter bottles and a elegant mahogany or oak cocktail table completely fitted with English cut-glass decanters, tumblers and Prince's plate cocktail shaker.
1930

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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Advert for John Pound & Co travel trunks 1912 Featured 12 Oct 2017 Image

Advert for John Pound & Co travel trunks 1912

Finest solid leather trunks and kit bags'. John Pound became Lord Mayor of London in 1904. With less time to run his business, he gave control of the company to his two sons, John Lulham and Percy Albert. John Pound & Co. continued to trade until the 1940s or 1950s when it was taken over by John Lewis.
1912

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Bishop, architect and future cathedral Featured 12 Oct 2017 Image

Bishop, architect and future cathedral

Frederick Gibberd, architect of the catholic Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool, fondly nicknamed Paddy's Wigwam by local residents, pictured looking at the model for the building with the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Liverpool, the Most Rev. John Carmel Heenan. The design replaced the original by Edwin Lutyens as it was deemed to costly to continue after the First World War. The building was opened in 1967 and is one of Liverpool's most famous and treasured landmarks. Date: 1961

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