A ghost sign of an old shop has appeared as a Glasgow building is being demolished.

Work has begun on the regeneration of the site at 20 India Street.

We previously reported on the plans by urban regeneration specialist Vita Group to build 591 student flats and 20 affordable homes.

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As the old buildings are in the process of being cleared away, a slice of Glasgow's history has been unearthed.

Amid the rubble, signs were unveiled indicating that a clothing retailer or a possible tailor's or draper's establishment used to operate there. 

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It reads that the store specialises in 'all kinds of bedding' as well as ladies, gents and childrenswear, knitwear, underwear, footwear, and even a once iconic fashion staple, the duffel coat. 

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Unlike the modern installations of bold neon lettering we have today, many shops back in the day had their signs beautifully hand-painted.

We previously looked at some of the other 'ghost' signs that have appeared in Glasgow recently, from Wimpy to Woolworth's.