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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeBARGAIN hunters yesterday battled for an array of designer goodies at a charity shop sale.Shoppers swooped on the Shelter Scotland store as word got round that Prada shoes, a Jorg Gray watch and a Vivienne Westwood dress were among the eye catching goods up for grabs at 100 or less.Customers also snapped up jewellery, luxury cashmeres and cameras at knockdown prices at the January sale with a difference in Edinburgh’s posh Morningside Road.Queues formed outside the shop before it opened its doors as those in the know prepared to do battle for an impressive selection of donated items which had been held back from sale until yesterday.Shelter hope the January sale gimmick will promote their work as well as getting shoppers back in the mood for retail therapy after the post Christmas lull.Kim Turner, 53, who works at a nearby hairdresser’s, took just minutes to secure a 120 pair of Ray Ban Aviator sunglasses for 40 while colleague Ellis Thom, 21, tried a Star Wars clone trooper helmet on for size.Shelter Scotland was more Sale Wars than Star WarsKim said: “I spotted the glasses in the window and I asked the assistant to put them aside while I ran off to get some money.”A pair of Pedro Garcia shoes were also snapped up quickly for a bargain basement 80.Store regular Jacqueline Stone, 85, from Colinton, was thrilled to get her hands on a purple Moschino scarf for 15 normal price 60 and a cashmere jersey for 20 as well as tops, jeans and pyjamas for her great grandchildren.She said: “I knew the sale was on so I thought I would pop in. There are bargains to be had, and it’s good to know the money is going to charity.”Antique dealer James Scott, 71, of the capital’s New Town, rifled the shelves for interesting “curios”.He was delighted to leave with an 8 fortune teller’s cup adorned with zodiac signs.Stella Sinclair, 40, of Morningside, said she liked the idea of the shop “selling all their best stuff at one showing”.She added: “I come here because it’s renowned for good clothing. I also have my eye on a silver and copper tea set.”.