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Marks & Spencer

 Marks initial open stall in the snow at Leeds in 1884.

Introduction
From a pedlar’s tray in 1882, Polish refugee Michael Marks began his Leeds stall in 1884. After a sales girl died of pneumonia, he moved to Leeds indoor Kirkgate Market in 1894. That year accountant Tom Spencer became his partner. From 1907 son Simon Marks was the first retailer to go direct to UK makers.

 M&S at 61 Lime Street in Liverpool, 1903. Hazle’s model is based on this archive image. The open cast-iron front seen above was shuttered at night. It was the top store in 1906!

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Hazle Ceramics
Marks & Spencer
Limited Edition 1158/2000
on Liverpool M&S
With 22 carat gold signs

£55.50 Worldwide
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 Hazle with the manager and model, Brentwood M&S 1999.

 This smallest and longest lasting M&S in the world has been located at Newcastle’s Grainger Market from 1895.

 Grainger corner in 2016.

 Victorian-style stall from 2013 at the original Leeds Kirkgate Market with sweets, cards, mugs and history.

 Nostalgic graphics on this Book of Needles, 1903-1920. This is one of over 70,000 items within the M&S Archive.

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