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London souvenirs

Typical English presents (souvenirs) to take back home

Common themes depicted on many English souvenirs include The Royal Family, Policemen, Royal Guards, London Transport, Union Flag and famous London buildings.

You can by thimbles, bells,T-shirts, soft toys, models, magnets, pens and pencils, mouse mats, caps, pin badges, post boxes, aprons and much more.

On this page we show you some of the many souvenirs you could buy.

Student Activity
If you had £10 to spend on presents for your friends and family back home, what would you buy and who for?

Tea - made by Twinings is very typical English.
Flavours such as Early Grey or English Breakfast are too.

Beefeater Doll
Shortbread Biscuits
Probably more Scottish than English
English biscuits

Tea Towel (£3:99)
(used for drying up plates)
Child's Policeman's Helmet (£5:99)

Black Cab Model (£1:99)
Mug ( £1:99)
Key Ring (99p)

Souvenir London Street Scene (£6:99)

Big Ben (£7:99)
Tower Bridge (£6:99)

Postbox Money Box (£4:99)
Telephone Box Money Box (£4:99)

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Tea Cosy
(Put over a tea pot to keep the tea warm)

Children's T-Shirts

£6:99 ¦ £3:99 ¦ £3:99
Caps (£3:99)

Jam (£2:99)

Photo Frame (£4:99)
Plate (£4:99)

Mouse Mat (£1:50)
Metal Fridge Magnets (99p)

Wooden Fridge Magnets (99p)
Queen's Guard

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