Ice creams for less than a shilling. There was a time when a cornet cost 1d and a wafer 2d. This was Clarence Esplanade, Southsea before the Second World War.
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Gilberts sweet shop. Evelyn and George Gilbert selling ice cream outside the shop in Eastney Road, Milton, about 1934. The S Pitassi ice cream parlour that was owned by Eunice Forhead's grandparents in Edinburgh Road, Portsmouth. Gemma Verrecchia in 1946 in the family's North End ice cream parlour. Picture: Dahlia Verrecchia Outside Verrecchia's ice cream parlour underneath the railway bridge by the Guildhall, 1934/35. Picture: Courtesy Maria Brook