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Choose from 161 pictures in our Cheers! vintage food and drink collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Old George at 379 Bethnal Green, London, England Featured Cheers! vintage food and drink Print

The Old George at 379 Bethnal Green, London, England

The Old George at 379 Bethnal Green, London, England.
A large crowd and a great number of beer barrels line the street with brewery workers holding tankards.
1885

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1880s, 19th Century, Archive, Cart Horse, Europeana Food And Drink, Inn, Picture Library, Pub, Stills Agency, Stock Agency, Stock Photography, Street Scene, Vintage, Working Class

A cook shop owned by Mr Bayliss in Drury Lane, London, England Featured Cheers! vintage food and drink Print

A cook shop owned by Mr Bayliss in Drury Lane, London, England

A cook shop owned by Mr Bayliss in Drury Lane, London, England. It was a place where discharged convicts could stay on their release from prison. The Indian pictured was a local character known as Ramo Sammy, the tam-tam man.
Photograph by John Thompson (d.1921) c.1870

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1870s, 19th Century, Archive, Children, Europeana Food And Drink, Picture Library, Restaurant, Shop Window, Stills Agency, Stock Agency, Stock Photography, Street Scene, Vintage, Working Class

Waiter who strikes a different note, successful composer of music in his spare time Featured Cheers! vintage food and drink Print

Waiter who strikes a different note, successful composer of music in his spare time

Waiter who strikes a different note, successful composer of music in his spare time.
Richard Dabson, who works as a waiter in a Piccadilly Circus restaurant by day, is a successful composer when he goes home in the evening.
Soon at his first composition was broadcast by the BBC, Dick, as he is known to his customers, was offered a job different from waiting, but he turned it down because he says his present work inspires him with musical ideas.
Mr Dabson thinks up tunes for stirring marches, sentimental waltzes and passionate tangoes while he is serving drinks at the Monaco.
One of his compositions, called Sweetheart, has been made into a short film which will be shown soon.
Photo shows, Richard Dabson at the Monaco restaurant.
21 September 1937

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