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Now & Then: Holdsworth Bros. Jewellers

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Tim and Chris Holdsworth, co-directors of Holdworth Bros. Jewellers


Announcing the opening of Hampden's store. Prahran Chronicle, 19 September 1884

Chris Holdsworth, co-director Holdsworth Bros. Jewellers

Hampden William Holdsworth, 1892

Hampden William Holdsworth, 1892

Taken in 1895 in front of the first store, located at 241a Chapel Street, Windsor, featuring its original name H.W. Holdsworth Watchmaker & Jeweller.

Holdsworths ‘new’ store at 21-23 Chapel Street in 1923.

Holdsworths' Bros. had to board up the store in 1943 for bombs.

Interior, Holdsworth Bros., Jewellers 21-3 Chapel Street, Windsor Source: State Library of Victoria, Fowler, Lyle 1891-1969 photographer. Date [ca. 1940]

The Eastland store is one of the shopping centre’s original tenants, opening in 1967


Currently a convenience store stands on 21-23 Chapel Street.



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