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July 1951: A grocer’s shop window in London

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FLASHBACK to July 1951: A grocer’s shop window in London. Biscuits by weight. Sago. And cans are the greatest:

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  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.

  • Marky Mark

    Bleach in what looks like wine bottles! Excellent!

  • I doubt if anyone who used that shop knew what a wine bottle looked like in Britain in 1951. It was only about 1960 that it arrived in the form of Mateus rosé in the distinctively shaped bottle you could make a lamp out of or Chianti, which came in a distinctively shaped bottle with a wicker base that you could make a lamp out of.