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Nam Cheong Pawn Shop

Hong Kong’s pawnbroking industry exploded after the government legalised it in 1926. Built during that decade, the Nam Cheong Pawn Shop is a reminder of this once-flourishing business that helped fuel the city’s economy. Today, the Grade III historic building still boasts many traditional features, including the saloon doors at the entrance and the iconic pawnshop sign featuring the auspicious symbol of an upside-down bat holding a coin.


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117 Nam Cheong Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
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