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c1935 Postcard showing Marble Arch in London, with a policeman and horse and carriages visible. Printed caption reads 'MARBLE ARCH.' The reverse side is unaddressed. 'May 13 1935' has been hand written on the left side.
c1906 Postcard showing a birthday message, with the printed caption 'A very Happy Birthday' appearing on a page of an open book. Pink flowers surround the book on a silver background. Postcard is addressed to Miss E. Shill, The Warren Lodge, Fritton, Near Yarmo
Postcard showing a birthday message, with some purple flowers, a watercolour of a country scene and a rhyming message below. A message has been handwritten on the reverse side but the card is not addressed.
Colour painting of King's Road, Brighton, looking west. Handwritten message on the reverse.
c1913 Postcard showing a birthday message, with the title 'With Every Good Wish', some purple flowers and a short poem (As springtime comes with perfumed song,...') visible. Postcard is unaddressed but a message has been handwritten on the reverse.
c1909 Colour photomechanical postcard showing the Aquarium, Brighton. Reverse of card has a handwritten message.' I got my ticket alright last night ...' With stamp postmarked 9.15pm March 15 1909.
c1930 Postcard showing a birthday message with two pink ribbons, a country scene with a lady in a bonnet and a waterwheel, and a four line rhyme. Printed caption reads 'WITH BIRTHDAY WISHES TO MY BEST LOVED FRIEND.' Postcard is addressed to Mrs Harris, 82 Newbr
Postcard showing a birthday message, with a printed caption reading 'A Happy Birthday', a picture of a country scene showing a boatman on a river, three flowers and a short rhyme "I greet you on this happy morn...". The reverse side is unaddressed, but a
Postcard showing a birthday message, with a representation of a watercolour of a country village scene, some pink flowers and a short rhyming couplet. Printed couplet is titled 'Best Birthday Wishes', and is signed 'H. M. Burnside.'. Postcard is addressed
East front of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. Postcard made of a stylised watercolour, showing people walking in the gardens and the Bandstand. 'From Grand Parade Entrance' printed on the front.