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How House of Fraser went from drapery shop in Glasgow in 1849 to being on brink of administration

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How House of Fraser went from drapery shop in  Glasgow in 1849 to being on brink of administrationThe House of Fraser was listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1948, when it comprised 16 different Scottish branches. It acquired its first outlet in England in 1951, in Harrogate.
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