ironmonger's shop

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Noun1.ironmonger's shop - a store selling hardware; "in Great Britain they used to call a hardware store an ironmonger's shop"
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
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Ernst Schmidt was known at the ironmonger's shop as having purchased items for the estate previously.
Another frequent destination for errands was Trevor the Ironmonger's shop to fetch a pint of paraffin for the heater in our bathroom (Boom boom boom boom Esso Blue!
How things had changed for Jackson, who started work, aged 11, in a Birkenhead ironmonger's shop which he later bought.
A collection of photographs looking inside the shops along the Eaglescliffe museum's Victorian street also show Jim Lloyd working in the ironmonger's shop in October 1973, while a flavour of life in an old-style pharmacy is also given.
e cheapest item was a sti' bristled nailbrush from Rickard's, a gloriously old fashioned ironmonger's shop that always reminds me of Arkwright's in Open All Hours and the Two Ronnies sketch about four candles/fork handles.
Collect all the nails in various churches and you can start your own ironmonger's shop.
Yesterday he visited the village butcher, run by Alastair McFarlane and his family, then dropped by J Raine and Son ironmonger's shop.
Mr and Mrs Husband kept the local ironmonger's shop in "a lean-to greenhouse affair" in front of their cottage.
"Margaret worked in an ironmonger's shop and I got to know her when I went in to buy tools," he said.
Or maybe it's because someone at ITV genuinely does laugh their socks off at the idea of four blokes in brown coats selling nails in an old-fashioned ironmonger's shop.