19 Victoria Street, Wolverhampton

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Date:1910 - 1920 (c.)

Description:Despite the misleading sign over the first floor window, this timber-framed building dates from the early 17th century, and not from 1300. It stands on the corner of Victoria Street and St. John Street, Wolverhampton. It was extended in the 18th century and was restored in 1979-1981. It has had many occupants, including Lindy Lou's toy and pram shop and the Copper Kettle Tea Shop. At the time of this photograph it appears to have been a baker's shop. Today (February 2021) it is Lindy Lou's Cafe and Coffee Shop.

Photographer: Albert Henry Yelland.

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Creators: Mr Albert Henry Yelland - Creator

Donor ref:P83.023.0182 (37/43718)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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