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A. Parker & Son's is a greengrocers shop ("High Clas's Fruit and Vegetable's") located at 1 [[Lobbin Clout]], [[Ankh-Morpork]] and operated by Mr Antimony Parker and his middle-aged son.
A. Parker & Son's is a greengrocers shop ("High Clas's Fruit and Vegetable's")<sup>1</sup> located at 1 [[Lobbin Clout]], [[Ankh-Morpork]] and operated by Mr Antimony Parker and his middle-aged son.


The shops biggest claim to fame is that it received the first letter from the newly re-formed [[Ankh-Morpork Post Office]], delivered by the [[Moist von Lipwig|Postmaster]] hims'elf. Admittedly the letter was written 41 years earlier by Agnatha to Antimony Parker accepting his' offer of marriage.
The shops biggest claim to fame is that it received the first letter from the newly re-formed [[Ankh-Morpork Post Office]], delivered by the [[Moist von Lipwig|Postmaster]] hims'elf. Admittedly the letter was written 41 years earlier by Agnathea to Antimony Parker accepting his' offer of marriage.




[[Category:Ankh-Morpork Businesses|Parker & Sons A]]
<sup>1</sup> The Parker's not only use a great many apostrophe's (as befit's their trade), they have the unusual ability to ''pronounce'' them.
 
 
[[Category:Ankh-Morpork Businesses|Parker & Son's A]]
[[Category:Discworld characters|Parker,Antimony]]
[[Category:Discworld characters|Parker,Antimony]]

Revision as of 00:58, 26 November 2013

A. Parker & Son's is a greengrocers shop ("High Clas's Fruit and Vegetable's")1 located at 1 Lobbin Clout, Ankh-Morpork and operated by Mr Antimony Parker and his middle-aged son.

The shops biggest claim to fame is that it received the first letter from the newly re-formed Ankh-Morpork Post Office, delivered by the Postmaster hims'elf. Admittedly the letter was written 41 years earlier by Agnathea to Antimony Parker accepting his' offer of marriage.


1 The Parker's not only use a great many apostrophe's (as befit's their trade), they have the unusual ability to pronounce them.