Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intandane

December 24 2013, 0 Comments
Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane At first glance it seems a sort of organised chaos has occurred within 69A Intandane’s early 19th century walls. With an amalgamation of antiques, vintage clothing & accessories, vinyl records, books, furniture and plenty of other carefully acquired items littering the store from all corners of the globe. Explore a little further and you find that it’s more a case of many small but perfectly formed collections that sit alongside each other... This intriguing establishment has been knocking about on Liverpool’s Renshaw Street since those rebellious Punk days of the late 1970s, from number 81a (1976) to 69A (1980) where it came to prominence, and finally to number 75 (1988) where it lies today. Its alluring charm continues when you notice the mass of items are painstakingly tagged and hand written to include the era from which it has survived. Beautiful leather luggage cases are stacked high in the centre of the store, the vessels for many of the items on display but also a confirmation of the sort of travelling-hoarder aesthetic that runs throughout. If you’re ever in the area we strongly suggest peering through the dusty windows and as the incense burns to the eclectic music your curiosity will no doubt pull you through the doors. You won't be disappointed. Scroll down to enjoy more images from our visit & you can find 69A Intadane with the details below: 69A Intandane 75 Renshaw Street Liverpool, L1 2SJ www.69aliverpool.co.uk Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane Harry Stedman Visits 69A Intadane