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Modular Lego Art Deco 1940's style M&S Department store . Modular Lego Art Deco 1940's style M&S Department store . A Modular Art Deco lego 1920's / 1930's style Department store loosely based on an Egyptian theme of the time. Many of these buildings still exsist (Although many are sadly in disrepair) throughout the UK and have seen many examples online from the USA, Austrailia and NZ. In the UK these faience style buildings were built in the 20/30s by names such as Woolworths, Burtons the tailors, M & S and the Co-operative just to name a few. I finished the exterior of the building before building the corner bank but have now just got round to doing the interior. It is on 3 floors and completely modular. The ground floor has fine furniture. The first floor has ladies perfumes and cosmetics and the top floor is a toy department. The is also a delivery vehicle. Apologies for the quality of some of the pictures. I have a poor camerphone and the walls do not reflect light well. There is also a picture of which the building in loosely based on. Comments welcome!


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