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Sea Jewels & Comics

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Introduction
Part 2/3 of “A Day at the Seaside” based on Hazle’s memories of the 1960s. Comics were ideal for trains. Sea jewels made good gifts or keepsakes. In the late 1800s Goss China created souvenir ware with seaside town names and crests, still bought today.

 1963 combi. Desperate Dan, Dennis the Menace and his dog Gnasher appear on the ceramic.

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Hazle Ceramics
Sea Jewels & Comics
Limited Painting of 50
on Windsor Thames Street

£125 Worldwide
With Free Postage

 Australian red abalone. The outer shell and iridescent interior make a great soap dish, complete with natural drainage holes!

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 The first Dandy issue in 1937.

Children’s Comics
Mass-produced cartoon strips first began in US newspapers in the early 1900s. The first UK comic was The Dandy in 1937. Comic sales are now surging with web and TV linked revamps. But today’s children also enjoy the old characters. Parents know comics are a way of getting younger children to read so are happy to buy them!

 A large Dominican blue amber necklace.

 Red nerite earrings. Some tropical sea snails are now bred in aquaria.

A model ship made entirely of amber on sale in a gift shop. 

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