Vintage Magazine Co stock a wide range of vintage postcards, magazines and T-shirts. They also sell a selection of accessories including calendars and mouse mats.
Venue Details & Map
Vintage Magazine Co
39-43 Brewer StreetSohoLondonW1F 9UD
- +44 (0)20 7439 8525
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
OMG, how I love this shop!! I've been here a couple times and always find gems in there! I've purchased banksy stuff, an underground poster I had mounted and framed when I got home and my prized treasure...a vintage Metropolis movie poster that I am completely in love with.
Lots of kitschy stuff and some cool vintage stuff in the basement. All my banksy stuff (coffee mugs, coasters, and...more
was shocked by how expensive the vintage magazines were...they are sealed, so their completeness is a mystery...and the condition of the ones i looked at were just about trashed...if one is going to charge full retail for such things, one should be able to have a look firstmore
This is one of the most unusual shops in London. Perfect if you want to get quirky browse or a quirky gift
As its name suggests, this is a shop selling vintage stuff but it doesn't just stop at magazines. You'll find posters, books, music, mugs and little gifts. The shop is a slightly messy treasure trove and you can lose yourself just browsing
Hehe I wonder if celebs will be upset to be...more
I reserve my fifth star for a spot that surprises me in a fantastic way. It doesn't have to be anything in particular - just something I did not see coming.
I came across Vintage Magazine Shop by accident while wandering the neighbourhood. I thought it was strange, having a store selling only vintage magazines (since it was not only the name but seemingly the only things in the windows as...more
I've walked past this establishment several times, and judged the book by its cover. Firstly, I thought this was just... a vintage magazine shop.
But no, tis a wonderful emporium of mock vintage/retro everything. Posters, t-shirts, badges, stickers and yes, magazines.
The Mrs walked in, died and went to retro tack heaven. She spent a good half an hour browsing for a 'present for her sister'...more