Marks and Spencer will celebrate its 125th birthday next week by going back to its roots as a penny bazaar.
The high street giant will stage a three-day bazaar selling a range of 20 products which can be bought for just one penny.
The commemorative range includes jewellery sets, scarves, purses and underwear as well as cufflinks, ties and socks. Other items up for grabs include leather passport holders and luggage tags, tea towels, mugs, retro sweets and drink, beach toys and beach balls.
M&S chairman, Sir Stuart Rose, said: "M&S has been at the heart of Britain for 125 years and we believe that this is something worth celebrating. It has been a tough year for us all but people are fed up with being fed up and we wanted to give our customers a real treat."
The penny bazaars will take place at more than 300 main M&S stores for three days from next Wednesday.