St. Ives in Cornwall is known for its picturesque town and harbour, the Tate Gallery and even for hosting a G7 meeting of World leaders just around the corner in Carbis Bay. However, in Victorian times it was, quite simply, a fishing village. Here we see the cut-and-thrust of negotiating a price for the latest catch of ray fish.
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