Thursday, March 21, 2013

Mark & co Reciept

Mark & co Receipt of 1914 The enterprising Jewish immigrant Michael Marks, who launched the M&S retail chain from a penny bazaar, never knew what a mochalatte was, and might have been similarly bemused by an Americano. He sold scrubbing brushes and carbolic soap to the working folk of Leeds from his humble stall in Kirkgate Market with the catchphrase “don’t ask the price; it is a penny”. Almost 130 years later Marks & Spencer has opened a permanent heritage stall close to the same spot — part wallow in nostalgia and part hard-nosed retail opportunity. Instead of everyday hardware, staff in flat caps will be selling exchange indian banknotes,modern ancient COINS,BANKNOTES,STAMPS,world,india,british india,bank notes,COINS STAMPS,FDC all in THEMES;Modern WORLD COINS,ANCIENT COINS FROM ALEXANDER PERIOD, BIMETAL,SHAPES OF COINS, FAMOUS THEMES;UNRECOGNIZED NEW NATIONS,COUNTRY SETS,world postal history from 1840,kings documents,ETC see blogs for info ok. please pass on info about me and my blog OK, NOTE:Please send notes ONLY BY registered post,OK M.DAMODHAR.RAO 17 Santoshima colony,WestMarredpally secunderabad;500026 INDIA MOBILE NO +91 09441816605

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