The Frith Shop

Find out about the products we offer, all of which are inspired by the rich nostalgic photographs and maps that form today's Francis Frith Collection.

Photo Prints

Time stands still in our stunning photograph prints. Each Frith photograph is individually printed for you, to bring out the utmost clarity and detail. Buy in a range of formats, in either sepia or black & white.
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Old Maps

Stunningly detailed old maps of places you remember fondly, are important to your family history. Buy old Ordnance Survey Maps Prints, Folded Sheet Maps and Victorian County Maps.
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Calendars

Personalised and themed calendars in a range of styles and sizes, all featuring stunning imagery from the Collection.
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Photo Books

Hundreds of nostalgic photo books about Britain. 10 fascinating ranges to enjoy, lavishly illustrated with our high quality photographs. Most books are now printed to order, so you can personalise your copy.
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Tableware

Create unique placemats and coasters for your home, printed with your choice of local nostalgic photos from The Francis Frith Collection.
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Colour Contrast

A dramatic, colourful and contemporary twist from The Francis Frith Collection.
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A word from our customers

We are always grateful and proud to hear back from you about what you think of our products or the service you have experienced. Here is what just a couple of you have told us. Read more testimonials.

I have today received my Book and wanted to let you know that I am delighted. Just what I wanted and thank you for a very efficient service and quick delivery.

Julia East

Extremely pleased with the Jigsaw I received last week. So much so that I've just ordered another one. Cheers, Pat Martin

Pat Martin

Received framed picture of Swanley today. Very pleased with purchase. It is a Christmas gift and will be very much appreciated.

Clare Barnes

I'm so glad that Francis Frith exists, it's a great way to share memories, real spine-tingling nostalgia!

Samantha Elmhurst