This set of black and white photographs shows how London celebrated Christmas during the 1950s, 60s and 70s.
They come from the Museum of London's unique photography collection, which provides a glimpse into all aspects of London life during the second half of the 19th and 20th centuries.
1952: Christmas trees in Covent Garden Market
1953: Selfridges in Christmas season
1953: Christmas food hampers on display in Selfridges
1953: Exterior Christmas display at Selfridges
1954: Ice on Hampstead Heath
1957: Christmas turkeys for sale
1957: Children peer into Hamleys toy store window
1957: Children peer into Hamley's toy store window
1962: Decorating the classroom Christmas tree
1965: Regent Street snowflake Christmas lights
1969: Boys on a toboggan on Hampstead Heath
1975: Children unwrap their Christmas presents