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Antiquarian and used books plus interesting prints and drawings.
The city’s best vintage-clothing emporium.
Literally packed to the rafters with half a million musty volumes, this incredible secondhand-book repository, an interesting amble from the train station, fills three floors of a crumbling Victorian town house.
Rummage through antiquarian treasures and new editions at the fabulous, half-timbered bookshop housed in a former candle factory.
If it's 'salty', this 'first shop in the world' (it's just over the meridian at 00'00.4' W, so can thus make that claim) will stock it – from bells and barometers to silly captain's hats...
Who is Bernard? We’re not sure. But his shop in Nelson Rd is crammed full of carefully selected designer clothes for hip, young men about town.
The unique fisheye-view drawings of various areas of London (and other cities, including New York, Paris and Berlin) by architect Hartwig Braun are works of art and appear on the shopping bags, place mats, notebooks,...
One of the smallest of London's ubiquitous markets, but Greenwich Market holds its own in quality...
Funky meeting ground of old vinyl (Bowie, Rolling Stones, vintage soul) as well as CDs, DVDs and memorabilia.
Each piece is individual at this lovely vintage shop, where glass cabinets are crammed with costume jewellery, old perfume bottles and straw hats, while gorgeous jackets and blazers intermingle on the clothes racks...
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