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matter how much we all love the Internet sometimes you can’t beat a good book – especially when your on the train/plane with no signal or need to fill up your bookshelf. Secondhand and Vintage London is the perfect book for browsing, written by Andrew Whittaker whose passion lies in vintage finds the book is a one-stop shop for everything vintage in London.

The book is divided into four sections: Clothing & Accessories, Books, Music and Memorabilia, Home and Garden, and Only in London. The second half contains  maps of each area – who needs an A to Z – with QR codes which connect to interactive maps. It’s a great way to discover new shops in different areas and we certainly learnt a thing or two.

Priced at just £8.95