Heritage Photo Albums
14 Clayton Road
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0845 638 7171
Monday to Saturday 9.00am to 6.00pm
The origins of Heritage Photo Albums starts in the years following WWII when Maurice Fagot established a retail business in Willesden Green, London that incorporated the developing of film and the printing of pictures.
The years after the war saw a mass of new photographic items suddenly being available as a result of mass production. It's fair to say that the American firm Kodak made a significant contribution to the photographic industry by making relatively cheap cameras and film available for mass consumption.
Today The Heritage Photo Album range is still made in the original hand operated bindery in the West Country that have made the albums for over 25 years, the albums being made-by-hand by English craftsmen.