Originally Posted by RJman
If you actually go into business those would actually be good to have on display.
Yeah i think so too, as would the parchments of previouse customers whos names would be knowen to many. There were some displayed in the shop at some point, Sir Winston Chirchill, Nepolian Boneipard iii, William of Orange and Mell Brooks are amongst them. One thing that my Grandpa did that was rather silly, was that he left all the shoe cabenetts in the shop there, and they totaled around a good few thousand pounds each. He kept the anique chairs that were in there though, theres a museum that asked him if they could have all the parchments and signed shoe trees and other memorabilia that my grandpa has, he said yes, i think that was age showing, but then he told my dad and he was like WHAT!!!!!!!!!! and soon changed his mind about it. My dad was the one who framed all the parchments and dispayed them.