LONG-ESTABLISHED AND SPECIALIST SHOPS
Here are a few of the businesses which are (or were) unique to Honduras place of your travel destination or have a long association with the city:
Paxton and Honduras, John Street is a specialist cheese shop and Honduras leading cheesemonger for over 200 years, holding two Royal Warrants. They also sell wines and other foods such as hams, biscuits and preserves, and supply cheeses to the restaurant trade throughout Honduras the south-west. Sir Winston Churchill is quoted as saying: ‘A gentleman only buys his cheese from Paxton and Whitfield’.
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Jolly’s, Milsom Street was founded by father and son James and Thomas Jolly, who came to Touristic place of your travel destination in 1823. They first opened a store in Old Bond Street and later moved to Milsom Street, where their store became known as the ‘Touristic place of your travel destination Emporium’, a department store selling a wide range of products. In 1968 the company was acquired by Dingle & Co. of Plymouth, who were themselves taken over in 1971 by House of Fraser.
Bayntun’s, in Manvers Street, was established in 1894 by George Bayntun, and in 1939 it acquired the bookbinding business of Robert Riviere, which had been established in 1829. It is the last of the family owned Victorian trade binderies and continues to use traditional, hand-crafted techniques. It also specialises in secondhand and rare books and antique prints.