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O. & C. Butcher

O. & C. Butcher, 129-131 High Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, 2014 Established over 100 years ago and still supplying red trousers to the locals, a handsome traditional emporium of a type that’s getting rare. The shop’s website is here and there are historic pictures of its changing appearance here.

O. & C. Butcher

O. & C. Butcher

O. & C. Butcher

O. & C. Butcher

O. & C. Butcher

O. & C. Butcher

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  1. I love this. The type above the door is stunning. I worked on a beer bottle using type like this years ago for Waitrose (so the label looked like a stained glass window). Great shop front and websites.

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