An attractive scene showing people
enjoying the seafront in Edwardian style clothing. This antique, undated
postcard has not been stamped or posted. Stain along lower edge of reverse
but not visible from front.
Blackpool, North Pier & Promenade
A view of crowds in Edwardian style
clothing enjoying Blackpool water front and pier. The pier buildings,
figures, and distant townscape, including Blackpool Tower, are nicely
detailed.This antique, undated postcard has not been stamped or posted.
Reverse says Series No. 4025. British Manufacture. Bottom corners slightly
rubbed but generally good condition.
For Auld Lang Syne
Wildt & Kray, London, E.C. Serie: 1246.
Printed in Bavaria.
An Auld Lang Syne postcard from 1903.
Pictured on the front are hands clasped across a globe, within the legend,
"Staunch & true all the world over", which all overlies a bunch of heather
atop a tartan sash. "For Auld Lang Syne" is written on the bottom right, and
on the top left of card is a scroll bearing the words, "An' gratefully my
guid auld cockie, I'm yours for ay. Burns". Colourful, pleasing design. On
the reverse is a franked half penny stamp, a date stamp for Glasgow, August
17, 1903, and the address, "Mr. A. Rennie, 98 Bridgend, Dumbarton.". The
sender has written, "ye ken wha frae" in the message area of the card. One
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