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Selfridges

(1984)
Seventy-five years : The story of the store, 1909-1984
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Selfridges, also known as Selfridges & Co., is a chain of high end department stores in the United Kingdom. It was founded by Harry Gordon Selfridge. The flagship store on London's Oxford Street is the second largest shop in the UK (after Harrods) and opened on 15 March 1909. Other Selfridges stores opened in the Trafford Centre (1998); Exchange Square (2002) in Manchester; and in the Bullring, Birmingham (2003). In the 1940s, smaller provincial Selfridge stores were sold to the John Lewis Partnership, and in 1951 the original Oxford Street store was acquired by the Liverpool-based Lewis's chain of department stores. Lewis's and Selfridges were then taken over in 1965 by the Sears Group owned by Charles Clore. Expanded under the Sears Group to include branches in Manchester and Birmingham, in 2003 the chain was acquired by Canada's Galen Weston for 598 million. The shop's early history was dramatised in ITV's 2013 series Mr Selfridge.



Used availability for Gordon Honeycombe's Selfridges

Hardback Editions

March 1984 : UK Hardback
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Title: Selfridges
Author(s): Gordon Honeycombe
ISBN: 0-902935-27-5 / 978-0-902935-27-3 (UK edition)
Publisher: Selfridges Ltd
Availability: Amazon   Amazon UK   


Paperback Editions

January 2000 : UK Paperback

Title: Selfridges
Author(s): Honeycombe Gordon
ISBN: 0-7139-7175-4 / 978-0-7139-7175-0 (UK edition)
Publisher: Michael Joseph
Availability: Amazon UK