Picture gallery of shops of the past

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Jimmy Rimington outside his fruit and veg shop at No 13 King Street. The premises were built for him in 1904 ...

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This shop picture was taken in 1920. Although Jersey milk is on sale, it is not entirely clear whether it was taken in Jersey or New Jersey - can anyone help identify it?
Burtons is still in King Street, but Woolworth, behind, has closed, and Noel and Porter, further down the street, was demolished to make way for British Home Stores
The shop at Carrefour Selous
Francis Foot outside his Dumaresq Street shop
Alf Jeune, seed merchant at 1 Burrard Street
Le Quesne wine merchant in 1912
W B Morris's Charing Cross Grocery Stores in the 1900s
Parpallion, Colomberie 1910
Jimmy Rimington's fruiters and florists at 13 King Street from 1904 until the early 1960s
Mabel Skingle inside the Kensington Place shop she ran in the 1930s
West Park Supply Stores
Colomberie butcher Peter Bevis with a display of Christmas turkeys

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Ethel Yates' shop in James Road in the 1920s (Picture courtesy of Jersey Temps Passe)
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