Pub, existing between 1874 and now
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The Rifle was a public house on Fulham Palace Road
It was established at 7 Compton Terrace by 1874. Licence:
The pub was managed for about forty years by the Mancini brothers- - Toni and Alfred - alongside their father. With their interest in boxing, they renamed the pub the "Golden Gloves". It became the "Suffolk Punch" in 1996 and later "The Old Suffolk Punch".
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The Rifle in 1913. On the next corner can be seen the Distillers Arms which marked the boundary between Hammersmith and Fulham.
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