37 Drury Lane, WC2B 020 7836 0830 www.eatmyhandbagbitch.co.uk Open 11am-6pm Mon-Sat, or by appointment An array of original furniture and objects for the home, ranging from 1900 right up to the 1980s, can be found in this wonderful shop. Eatmyhandbagbitch is a real treat for serious collectors oftwentieth-century interior design. Cecil Court antiquarian books & prints Pedestrian lane off Charing Cross Road For individual shop details, This narrow street, lined with quirky little shops, is a collector’s paradise. Nigel Williams at No. 25 specializes in first editions, with lots of Enid Blyton and P G Wodehouse, while, across the street, Marchpane also deals in antique children’s titles, especially sumptuously illustrated fairy stories. P J Hilton has a good selection of beautifully bound 19th-century literature, and David Drummond sells books and ephemera relating to the performing arts. Continuing the dramatic theme Stage Door Prints No. 9 has signed photos of stars such as Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, Edith Piaf and Anna Pavlova, plus theatre-related prints. You’ll find a wider selection of antiquarian prints – encompassing fish, fashion, maps, the military and much more – at Storey’s No. 3. Opposite, Tindley & Chapman deals in immaculate first editions of 20th-century fiction.