Anthony Hordern & Sons Palace Emporium, Brickfield Hill, Sydney, 1935

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Note: "Everything from a hairpin to a harrow" trumpeted the advertisements and they were right. With 52 acres (21 hectares) of retail space, Anthony Horderns was once the largest department store in the world.

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    concerned crown

    • 30/Dec/2009 11:51:24

    I love to draw old buildings and this inspires me.

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    gcosserat

    • 04/Feb/2011 21:38:53

    In the 1970's and 80's much of this building was occupied by the New South Wales Institute of Technology. It was then demolished and the site is now occupied by World Square.

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    john cowper

    • 10/Jul/2012 03:27:54

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] This is a great example of advertising artwork - sadly few examples remain. Another tradition trashed by the computer

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    spelio

    • 30/Dec/2016 03:12:38

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/johncowper but now, preserved by the computer! I will have to show this to our friend, Anthony Hordern..

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    Eminpee Fotography

    • 16/Oct/2017 21:11:53

    Demolished... why do they demolish the beautiful buildings to build garbage that falls apart? Such a fantastic building with true craftsman ship evident.