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24 Rare Photos of Stores in the Victorian Era

Shopping is one of the earliest concepts in the world, as old as civilization itself when people traded for what they needed.

Now, let's take a vintage look at the stores and shops in the Victorian Era.
 

A late-Victorian store interiors.
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A store at Rowland Street, Westchester Square, The Bronx, New York City, 1900
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A cigar store
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A dry goods store
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A Victorian dry goods store
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A Victorian store interiors
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Boots and shoes shop
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Crinoline shop, ca. 1880
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Gadsby's original shop, Stratford, London, ca. late 1800s
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Grocery store, ca. 1890s
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Hardware store selling weapons, Dodge city, 1872
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A Victorian hat shop
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Interior of Helmbold's drug store, New York City, ca. 1880s
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General store, late 1800s
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Late 1800s general store
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Shop in Macclesfield Street, Soho, London, 1883
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Store and post office, 1800s
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A store in the 1800s
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A store in the 1800s
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Stores, ca. 1890s
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The 'Great Five Cent' store in Utica, NY, 1879
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The grocery store, USA, ca. late 1800s
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Vegetable store in the late 1800s
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