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Postcard showing a portrait of Queen Alexandra. Printed caption reads 'H.M. ALEXANDRA, THE QUEEN MOTHER'. The reverse side is blank.
Postcard showing a black and white photographic portrait of Princess Mary wearing a wreath and necklace. Printed caption reads 'H. R. H. PRINCESS MARY.' The reverse side is blank.
Postcard showing a photographic portrait of Queen Alexandra. Printed caption reads '760 J. B. & CO. H. M. QUEEN ALEXANDRA GUNN & STUART.' Postcard is addressed to Miss B. Kirkpatrick, 4 Bowling Green St., Kennington, S. E.'. Postmark mostly illegible. 'AP
This postcard shows four generations of the royal family. Printed caption reads 'Four generations. Her late Majesty Queen Victoria, his late Majesty King Edward VII. H.M. King George V., H.R.H. Edward, Prince of Wales'. The reverse side is blank.
Postcard showing part of the funeral procession of King Edward VIII, with his horse and terrier visible. Printed caption reads 'FUNERAL OF KING EDWARD THE PEACEMAKER, MAY 20th, 1910. HIS LATE MAJESTY'S CHARGER & FAVOURITE TERRIER.'. 'King Edward VIII fune
Postcard showing a wedding photo of Princess Mary, Lord Laschelles and their bridal group. Printed caption reads 'THE ROYAL WEDDING. H.R.H. PRINCESS MARY, LORD LASCELLES & BRIDAL GROUP'. Postcard is addressed to Mr & Mrs Stonall, 405 Song Ave., Nechello,
c1915 This is a postcard collected by the Stamford family. It shows a photographic image of a young woman with long wavy hair wearing a white high necked dress decorated with seed pearls. The woman is seated and the image is bust length. The title beneath ident
Early 20th Century This black and white photographic postcard shows the superimposed ghost of a murdered man. It is entitled, 'Mr Martin Harvey in "The Corsican Brother"'. The scene is reminiscent of George Albert Smith's 1898 film 'Photographing a Ghost'.
c1905 This pewter inkwell is decorated with stylised honesty plants. It was possibly designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co.'s 'Tudric' range.
Map of Brighton. Rock and Co's, Ilustrated map of Brighton and its Vacinity. 1856.