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The address side usually carried the words "The address only to be written only on this side" or similar. Initially the publisher information had to be on the picture side.
This is one of the early cards published by Valentine & Sons, and is an attractive multi-view card of a smaller size than the standard sized postcard introduced in 1899.
It has three views of the cathedral and one of the clock tower, together with the city arms and some attractive framing. This is a view of the Abbey from the North East and appears to be from the same photograph as the picture on the earlier multi-view card shown above.
It was posted in April 1901, with a 1d Queen Victoria stamp, and was sent overseas - where it was repeatedly re-directed.
It is a large, hardcover book with glossy pages, hundreds of quality images, most reproduced at almost full size, and hundreds of pages of well-written text. Over three hundred photo postcards from archives and private collections across the country display a fine range of black and white images.
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Let me share some tips with you to help date late 19th century and early 20th century photographs.
If you have studio portraits in your family collection, certainly trying to identify the clothing and hairstyles can be helpful.
) still be used after being superceded by later issues and equally 'old' postcards could be sent using more recent stamps.It is of course possible to find undivided back cards used after 1902 and divided back cards used with older (pre 1902) stamps Stamps for King Edwards reign were issued on 1st January 1902.