A Fine Point : Stock Photo
Mr Stan Bartholomew, creator of the Winkle-Picker, shows his clientele the potential length of the new, fashionable footwear. Due to the size of the shoe, owners have to take special care when walking and even have to adopt a 'duck-like' gait to avoid tri


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A Fine Point

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Pete Hall
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Mr Stan Bartholomew, creator of the Winkle-Picker, shows his clientele the potential length of the new, fashionable footwear. Due to the size of the shoe, owners have to take special care when walking and even have to adopt a 'duck-like' gait to avoid tri
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