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This man cried "Hot Spiced Gingerbread!" as he sold seasonal treats to passersby in Oxford Street. Shopping on the move: the street traders of Georgian London - Westminster City Archives

Shopping on the move: the street traders of Georgian London

Hot Spiced Gingerbread, sold in oblong flat cakes of one halfpenny each, very well made, well baked and kept extremely hot is a very pleasin.

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Carte de visite by D. Furnald of Manchester, N. A lanky man with chiseled…

Russian peasants were a completely separate class from the land owners and nobility, many of whom must have considered their underlings less than human. Most peasants were actually serfs – individu…

Incredible Photos of Russian Peasants in the 1800s

Russian peasants were a completely separate class from the land owners and nobility, many of whom must have considered their underlings less than human. Most peasants were actually serfs – individu…

William Carrick (Вильям Андреевич Каррик 1827-1878): Babushka selling apples to a child,

William Carrick (Вильям Андреевич Каррик Babushka selling apples to a child,

A few weeks back, we gave you a voyeuristic glimpse into the insane world of Russia’s elite children. Today, thanks to our friends at Neatorama, we’re taking you on a time-traveling adv…

Fascinating Photos of 19th Century Russian Peasants

ANTIQUE PRIMITIVE STONE GRINDING WHEEL COPPER INLAY WITH WOODEN BOX | eBay

Antique primitive stone grinding wheel copper inlay with wooden box

ANTIQUE PRIMITIVE STONE GRINDING WHEEL COPPER INLAY WITH WOODEN BOX | eBay

Царская Россия в лицах. 1860-1870-е… | STENA.ee

A street wicker basket vendor. In a time where there were no plastic dishware, these birch bark baskets in different sizes were a must - they didn't break easily and could be used to store anything you now store in plastic.

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