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Ironmonger’s Shop

Nash’s ironmongery was established in 1860 in Oldbury supplying both domestic ironmongery and works trade.

The shop has been recreated, as it would have been in the 1930s, within part of the Pipers Row premises.

They sold every conceivable commodity needed by householders and businesses in the area from nails, nuts and bolts, roofing felt, chicken wire and chain to candles and paraffin.

In the office at the back they cut keys and mended locks.

Nash’s watchword was ‘customer service’ and they would stay open until 9pm at night if there were still customers to be served.

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