We look at the store’s long history in central London with vintage pictures spanning 70 years.
Illuminated sign on the front of the 363 Oxford Street store in the 1920s, featuring the names of the famous singers of that era.
The front of the HMV 363 Oxford Street store caught fire on 26th December 1937.
A procession in celebration of the crowning of Queen Elizabeth II marches past HMV 363 Oxford Street in 1953.
Entertainer Eddie Fisher at the launch of the ‘Stage And Screen Department’.
HMV EMI directors with The Beatles, alongside manager Brian Epstein and producer George Martin with the painting of Nipper the dog in the background.
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