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Plaque: Pollock's toy theatre shop

Inscription

Pollock's toy theatre shop stood near this site. Founded by John Redington 1851. Run by Benjamin Pollock & family. Premises bombed in World War II.
"Penny plain, twopence coloured"
London Borough of Hackney

The business had just moved out when the building was destroyed by a WW2 bomb.

Site: Pollock's toy theatre shop (1 memorial)

N1, Hoxton Street, McGregor Court

You can see the plaque in our photo, attached to the pier just to the left of the tree.

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Pollock's toy theatre shop

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Pollock's toy theatre shop

This was started by John Redington, selling printed sheets of characters and ...

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World War 2

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John Redington

John Redington was born on 9 November 1819 in Bethnal Green, the eldest of th...

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Pollock's toy theatre shop

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Hackney Council

Shoreditch Borough Council took over Shoreditch Vestry and was itself taken o...

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