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24 Rare Photos of Stores in the Victorian Era

Victorian Era | October 29, 2017

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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