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MY BRITISH ARCHIVE, THE WAY WE WERE 1968-1983

Chelsea, London, England circa 1977.<br />
"There is no future and England's dreaming ... God save the Queen...", a Punk Rocker waits thoughtfully at the bus stop in the Kings Road. His button badges, "The Roxy Punks Rule OK!" and "Sex Pistols" with an image of John Lydon, adorn a "God Save the Queen" Seditionaries boutique t-shirt designed by Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood based on a graphic by Jamie Reid. Donald McDonald aka King Scalper often to be found outside The Emirates and other ticket events plying his trade. <br />
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BRITISH SOCIETY 1970S AND 1980S UK THE WAY WE WERE.
Chelsea, London, England circa 1977.
"There is no future and England's dreaming ... God save the Queen...", a Punk Rocker waits thoughtfully at the bus stop in the Kings Road. His button badges, "The Roxy Punks Rule OK!" and "Sex Pistols" with an image of John Lydon, adorn a "God Save the Queen" Seditionaries boutique t-shirt designed by Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood based on a graphic by Jamie Reid. Donald McDonald aka King Scalper often...
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From gallery: MY BRITISH ARCHIVE, THE WAY WE WERE 1968-1983
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Date: 23 Jul 2006
Location: London UK
Credit: HOMER SYKES
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