Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Catalogues from Arcadia

Bought recently as part of a large consignment from the noble dealer Mr. Myerscough of Hastings a selection of London catalogues.  For immediate sale to those who wish to shop between-the-wars and just afterwards 'Under the Counter, Madam' at the shop in the alleyway known as my website.

















Wednesday, 29 June 2016

In the Shop Window & At the Condensed Milk Bar for the Soul

Bought over the last month and for immediate sale to passers-by who may pause by my website www.andrewsofarcadia.com a Hardy Birmingham Brass Reel that sits temptingly behind the rippled glass In the Shop Window, alongside a number of other items a bit further along at the Condensed Milk Bar for the Soul known to all as Just in, Sir!









Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Billy Lane & Alfred Morriss meet The Victorians Uptown

For sale for your souls a quantity of floats both 'In the Shop Window' and under the banner 'Just in, Sir!'











Saturday, 18 June 2016

The Depository Known as 'Old Friends'

Visitors to my website may not know that the section known as 'Old Friends' is where passers-by may always find items of Vintage Fishing Tackle for the Soul that I have been holding for a while at trade prices.  I am also open to offers on the prices listed should you wish to contact me via my electronic mail address or the Field Telephone.   Thank-You.








Wednesday, 15 June 2016

In the Shop Window & Across Arcadia

Bought very recently and for immediate sale before the hand strikes the midnight hour and takes all souls into a new season a number of items to be found 'In the Shop Window', at 'Just in, Sir!', 'Under the Counter, Madam!' along with many an item for sale at trade in the repository of neglect known as 'Old Friends' within my website www.andrewsofarcadia.com.










Wednesday, 8 June 2016

T.H. Sowerbutts meets Shirley Uptown

For immediate sale to ladies and gentlemen of immaculate taste who may be sheltering from the rain in the doorway of a ghost shop on Commercial Street a collection of items exquisite and ordinary.