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Flower Power AP

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This model was issued in 1990, the first year of Hazle Ceramics. Real High Street florist “Talking Flowers” was a starting point, with features from other Maldon shops too. Flower Power began in Berkeley, California during the late 1960s as a symbolic act of protest against the Vietnam War.

 The bay window and rounded front are seen above. The pitch roof, dormer window and tiny shop glazing bars can also be found on Maldon High Street.

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Hazle Ceramics
Flower Power
on Maldon
Hazle’s One-Off AP
for an LP80 by Iona

LP first issued in 2003 in varied patterns and colours by Iona who kept records to ensure no two were the same!

 Originally to carry goods, in 1951 the VW Combi was refitted as a minibus. Despite lacking comfort, camper vans were robust, low priced and easy to fix. In the 60s and 70s they became a cultural icon of the hippie generation and adorned album covers.

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 Marilyn can be glimpsed in the doorway on a brighter day!

This ancient port and market town on the Essex coast is where Thames sailing barges are moored as charter craft and also for education. Since 1882 it has been famous for Maldon Sea Salt. There are small, traditional shops and cafes plus a few quirky ones too! All Saints Parish Church has a window for the notable George Washington, a founding father and first US President. His ancestor Lawrence is buried outside.

 Round CND logo on a Flower Power sign. Started in the UK in 1957 nowadays many other similar groups campaign on Nuclear Disarmament as well.

 The Quay and St Mary the Virgin Church. Maldon looks appealing for hippies or others to visit! Right, Thames sailing barges once took hay and straw to London for thousands of horses used in transport.

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