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    Default Cooper's Church Street

    here is a shopping guide for Coopers May 11th 1931









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    Wonderful to see, Robbo! Thanks!

    I can still smell the coffee beans from Coopers! Nice memories.

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    Pickled Lambs Tongues

    Wouldn't mind a bottle of Scotch for 12/6 though

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    Yes it's amazing to see those prices isn't it?

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    Excellent stuff, Robbo

    Wonder how many of the Health foods would still be considered that now

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    Robbo, I'm so glad you posted all these after tea-time. It's still making my tummy rumble a bit. Hmmm... so many goodies to choose from. They could've sprung straight from the pages of one of Mrs Beeton's cookbooks.

    ASSORTED SCONES....[a choice from]
    Sultana, Lemon, Currant, Wholemeal, Soda and Potatoe!


    I also liked:

    "Pre War Strength Scotch Whiskey"

    "Hayward's Military Pickles"

    "Potatoe scraping gloves"



    Well done Robbo, great stuff.
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    Thanks for posting that Robbo!. Ref your price list for "Best Cheshire Cheese"! at 9p per pound, could you please send me half a hundredweight? cheque's in the post!!!! TA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hmtmaj View Post
    Pickled Lambs Tongues
    don't fancy the English rabbit either !

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    Did you finally find this in the bottom of your bag Mandy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Did you finally find this in the bottom of your bag Mandy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Did you finally find this in the bottom of your bag Mandy?
    Looks like Ged, Robbo's a lot older than she's making out in her photo?

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    Sure is. I bet you don't eat seaweed neither.
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    "Seaweed" Nope.

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    When I used to come home on leave my Mum used to get Canadian corn cured bacon from Coopers so that I could have it with two eggs for breakfast, it was bloody marvellous. I loved the aromas in Coopers,ground coffee ,smoked ham, strong cheeses and all the other spicy things,combined to create a bouqet that would have your olfactory senses going into overdrive,thanks for the memory Robbo,
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