Business & Finance: Class Tobacconists

As soon as the Duke of York was old enough to smoke a pipe, his brother Edward of Wales took him to Alfred Dunhill's shop on Duke Street, a smart little London thoroughfare running out of Piccadilly. As soon as the Duke of Gloucester could smoke, he was taken by his two royal brothers to Dunhill's to pick out his first pipe. And when young Prince George first went to Dunhill's, he was accompanied by his three royal brothers. That would have been a great day for Alfred Dunhill if he had had any...

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