An old photograph found on the internet. My cousin found this picture purely by chance and amazingly it was a picture of My father and uncle outside a pub in London's East end. The picture was taken before one of their outings, as My Dad and Uncle (one either end of the picture holding their accordions) played the accordion they were always asked to go on the outings to provide the music. This was about 1950 we think and the pub was the Bancroft Arms. E.1.
The Tobacco tins were there because they smoked these brands and I always had a tin in the house with either nuts and bolts in/screws or drill bits! always reminds me of my Dad.
Ironically smoking didn't help both their healths, as they both passed away at a fairly young age by todays standards and I'm sure tobacco played a huge part in their demise.
Always in our thoughts Charlie and Teddy Weston.