Changing Horses at the Red Lion-178
Title:
Changing Horses at the Red Lion-178
unused

Description:
Coaching Days Series 3478


Rival Coaches - 1834
Title:
Rival Coaches - 1834
unused

Description:
Coaching Days Series 3478



The Bell Inn, Stilton
Title:
The Bell Inn, Stilton
unused

Description:
Picturesque Coaching Inns Series 9377


In Dickens Land - Little Dorrit
Title:
In Dickens Land - Little Dorrit
Divided Back unused

Description:
In Dickens Land Series 7059 "None of your eyes at me, said Mr. F.'s aunt, shivering with hostility. "Take that." - chapter ix, Book II



In the Alps (Edilweiss)Two men and a woman climbing the alps.
Title:
In the Alps (Edilweiss)Two men and a woman climbing the alps.
Divided Back unused

Description:
In The Alps Series 9255 Edelweiss. This white velvety flower is the desire of every tourist and the disaster of some, for it grows in places so steep and difficult that even chamois hunters themselves are shy of seeking it. It does not grow on the lower heights of the Alps but only at altitudes higher than 5,000 to 7,000 feet and therefore its possession is regarded as the "hallmark" of an Alpine Climber.


In the Alps "The Echo"
Title:
In the Alps "The Echo"
Divided Back unused

Description:
In The Alps Series 9255



Shetland Ponies
Title:
Shetland Ponies
Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-26

Description:
Horse Studies Series 9065 Horse Studies


The Dispatch Orderlies Passing Marlborough House
Title:
The Dispatch Orderlies Passing Marlborough House
Divided Back unused

Description:
Military in London Series III , 9081



The Scotch Express Midland Railway
Title:
The Scotch Express Midland Railway
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette Famous Expresses Series VIII


Winter Travel
Title:
Winter Travel
Divided Back

Description:
Bernard F. Gribble Bringing patients to on of the hospitals in the International Grenfell Association



Gardens of Kent - Knole
Title:
Gardens of Kent - Knole
Divided Back unused

Description:
Gardens of Kent Series 6237 Knole is about a half-a-mile from Sevenoaks, and is the seat of that distinguished diplomatist Lord Sackville. The estate can be traced to the 15th century. The mansion combines the late Gothic style with early 17th century Italian. The first Earl of Dorset built most of the Great Hall. The Garden of Knole is charming and its park is magnificent.


Beautiful Scenic Garden
Title:
Beautiful Scenic Garden
Divided Back unused

Description:
All in a garden fair Series F.O. 2390



Man and Hose Drawn Cart Through Town
Title:
Man and Hose Drawn Cart Through Town
Divided Back


In Dickens Land - Scene from "David Copperfield"
Title:
In Dickens Land - Scene from "David Copperfield"
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette Series 6047 After the picture by "Phiz." "All was over in a moment. I had fulfilled my destiny. I was a captive and a slave. I loved Dora Spenlow to distraction!" - Chapter XXVI



"All These Women Married Warriors; Married Brave and Haughty Husbands."
Title:
"All These Women Married Warriors; Married Brave and Haughty Husbands."
Divided Back PM 1908 Jan-28

Description:
Oilette Hiawatha Series 11 9011 from "The Song of Hiawatha", Longfellow.


"Fighting The Flames" - A Great City Fire
Title:
"Fighting The Flames" - A Great City Fire


Description:
Oilette Series 6459 Firemen fighting large fire.



"Fighting The Flames" - A Great Fire In The City
Title:
"Fighting The Flames" - A Great Fire In The City


Description:
Oilette Series 6459


Ascension Du Mont Blanc
Title:
Ascension Du Mont Blanc
Divided Back unused

Description:
Mont Blanc Series 105, 15 Ascension Du Mont-Blanc. Entree Dans La Region Des Glaciers. Les touriests s'attachent a las conde avant de s'engager sur ces glaciers car la neige cashe souvent de profondes crevasses.



Mont Blanc - Glacier des Bossons
Title:
Mont Blanc - Glacier des Bossons
Divided Back unused


Hannover - Bahnhof
Title:
Hannover - Bahnhof
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hannover Series 630 B



Hanover - Welfenschloss
Title:
Hanover - Welfenschloss
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hannover Series 630 B


Nurnberg - Hauptmarkt mit Neptunbrunnen
Title:
Nurnberg - Hauptmarkt mit Neptunbrunnen
Divided Back unused

Description:
Nurnberg IV Series 662 B



Nurnberg - Schoner Brunnen
Title:
Nurnberg - Schoner Brunnen
Divided Back unused

Description:
Deutscher Stadte Series 611 B


Nurnberg - Schoner Erker
Title:
Nurnberg - Schoner Erker
Divided Back unused



Nurnberg - Bratwurstglocklein
Title:
Nurnberg - Bratwurstglocklein
Divided Back

Description:
Deutscher Stadte Series 612 B


Two Girls on a Forest Path
Title:
Two Girls on a Forest Path
Divided Back unused

Description:
Harz Mountains Series 9120



Painting of The Albert Hall in London
Title:
Painting of The Albert Hall in London
Divided Back unused

Description:
London Series 7036 London, The Albert Hall


Schwerin in Mecklenburg
Title:
Schwerin in Mecklenburg
Divided Back unused

Description:
Schwerin Series 754



Ludgate Hill
Title:
Ludgate Hill
Divided Back unused

Description:
London Series 769 St. Paul's Cathedral is the central object and one of the most prominent features of present-day London, and stands at the top of LUDGATE HILL. Its massive dome (the cross is 365 feet about the ground) towers above all its surroundings, and gives an impression of grandeur appropriate to the first ecclesiastical building in England. The present edifice was begun by Sir Christopher Wren in 1674, after the destruction of the old building in the Great Fire of London, 1666.


National Gallery. London
Title:
National Gallery. London
Divided Back unused

Description:
London Series 7924 National Gallery. The National Gallery on the north of Trafalgar Square was erected, at a cost of £96,000, in 1832-38 on the site of the old King's Mews. The Gallery was altered and enlarged in 1860. Its original collection of pictures has been much extended by donations, legacies, and purchases, and four collections were presented or bequeathed between 1846 and 1871, of which Turner's is one. The older Italian masters are splendidly represented.



Evening, Mists Painting by Professor Van Hier
Title:
Evening, Mists Painting by Professor Van Hier
Divided Back unused


Evening Glow
Title:
Evening Glow
Divided Back unused

Description:
Evening Glow Series 7159



Torquay, UK - The Gardens
Title:
Torquay, UK - The Gardens
Divided Back unused

Description:
Torquay Series 7171


View of Torquay, UK
Title:
View of Torquay, UK
Divided Back unused

Description:
Torquay Series 7171



View of Torquay, UK
Title:
View of Torquay, UK
Divided Back unused

Description:
Torquay Series 7171


Kynance Cove, Cornwall
Title:
Kynance Cove, Cornwall
Divided Back unused

Description:
Picturesque Counties - Cornwall Series 7117



Picturesque Counties - Cornwall
Title:
Picturesque Counties - Cornwall
Divided Back unused

Description:
Picturesque Counties - Cornwall Series 7117


Picturesque Counties - Cornwall
Title:
Picturesque Counties - Cornwall
Divided Back unused

Description:
Picturesque Counties - Cornwall Series 7119



The Giant's Causeway
Title:
The Giant's Causeway
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Giant's Causeway Series 7215


The Giant's Causeway
Title:
The Giant's Causeway
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Giant's Causeway Series 7215



The Giant's Causeway
Title:
The Giant's Causeway
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Giant's Causeway Series 7215


The Middle Causeway, Port Rush
Title:
The Middle Causeway, Port Rush
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Giant's Causeway Series 7215



English Cottage Homes - Old Man and Two Chuldren
Title:
English Cottage Homes - Old Man and Two Chuldren
Divided Back unused

Description:
English Cottage Homes, Ser. 1 Series 1531


The Giant's Causeway
Title:
The Giant's Causeway
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Giant's Causeway Series 7215



The Giant's Causeway
Title:
The Giant's Causeway
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Giant's Causeway Series 7215


English Cottage Homes
Title:
English Cottage Homes
Divided Back unused

Description:
English Cottage Homes, Ser. I Series 1531



English Cottage Homes - Girl with Flowers
Title:
English Cottage Homes - Girl with Flowers
Divided Back unused

Description:
English Cottage Homes, Ser. 1 Series 1531


Country Life - Cottage
Title:
Country Life - Cottage
Divided Back unused

Description:
Country Life, Ser. IV Series 9044



Gathering Wood in the Forest
Title:
Gathering Wood in the Forest
Divided Back unused

Description:
Return from the Wood.


Stratford-On-Avon
Title:
Stratford-On-Avon
Divided Back unused

Description:
Stratford-on-Avon Series 7920 High Street is full of associations of the Bard of Avon. On the right is Harvard House, a beautiful piece of architecture of the sixteenth century. It was the home of the founder of the Harvard University, U.S.A. The Town Hall, the Guild Chapel, and Grammar School and the Guildhall are all in the immediate vicinity.



Stratford-on-Avon - Memorial Theater
Title:
Stratford-on-Avon - Memorial Theater
Divided Back unused

Description:
Stratford-on-Avon Series 7920


Good Jokes from "Punch" - So Sweet of Her!
Title:
Good Jokes from "Punch" - So Sweet of Her!
Divided Back unused

Description:
Good Jokes from "Punch" Series 9146



From "Punch." An Accommodating Party
Title:
From "Punch." An Accommodating Party
Divided Back unused

Description:
Motoring Jokes from "Punch" Series 9144, Series II Lady Driver: "Can you show us the way to Great Missingden, please?" Weary Willie: "Cert'nly, Miss, cert'nly. We're agoin' that way. 'Op up, Joe. Anythink to oblige a lady!" Motoring Jokes from "Punch."


Rich Man Poor Man Comedic Exchange Cigarettes
Title:
Rich Man Poor Man Comedic Exchange Cigarettes
Divided Back PM 1905 Jul-28

Description:
First Johnnie: "Aw-why do you make your own cigarettes?" Second Ditto: "My-aw-doctor ordered me some light exercise" Phil May Series



Coldstream Guards
Title:
Coldstream Guards
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Coldstream Guards Series 9993


Evening Shaddow
Title:
Evening Shaddow
Divided Back unused

Description:
Professor Van Hier Connoisseur Series 2577



Indian Chiefs
Title:
Indian Chiefs
Divided Back unused

Description:
Indian Chiefs Series 3495


Playing for Life
Title:
Playing for Life
Divided Back unused

Description:
Life in Russia, Ser. 1 Series 9263



Stratford-on-Avon Church
Title:
Stratford-on-Avon Church
Stratford-on-Avon, Divided Back unused

Description:
Stratford-on-Avon Series 7920


"A Welsh Rarebit" - Cambrian Railways
Title:
"A Welsh Rarebit" - Cambrian Railways
PM 1909 Apr-14



London, King William Street
Title:
London, King William Street
Divided Back

Description:
London Series 7219


Woman in Purple Gown Reclined on Green Sofa, Mary Morsfall
Title:
Woman in Purple Gown Reclined on Green Sofa, Mary Morsfall
Divided Back

Description:
Maidens Fair - "Day Dreams" Series 2733



Shall Be Leaving Soon
Title:
Shall Be Leaving Soon
Divided Back PM 1907 Nov-7

Description:
Tally Ho! Series Illustration of rider on white horse losing hat while jumping over fence.


Whitby Jet Stall
Title:
Whitby Jet Stall
Divided Back

Description:
A. Whitby Whitby Series 778



The Scots Guards
Title:
The Scots Guards
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette The Scots Guards Series 8625 A Field Day in Drill Order


The Common Wolf
Title:
The Common Wolf
Divided Back unused

Description:
Wild Animals Series 3210



21st Lancers
Title:
21st Lancers
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Military in London - Series II 9081 The Despatch orderlies passing Marlborough House


The Black Watch
Title:
The Black Watch
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Black Watch Series 9994 Field Officer and Company Officer



Pipers of the Highland Light Infantry
Title:
Pipers of the Highland Light Infantry
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Military in London Series 6412


The Scots Guards
Title:
The Scots Guards
Divided Back unused

Description:
H. Payne The Scots Guard Series 8625 The Officers Visiting Patrol



The Royal Scots Greys
Title:
The Royal Scots Greys
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Royal Scots Greys (2nd Dragoons) Series 9980 File Out. Trooper Review Order.


The Coldstream Guards
Title:
The Coldstream Guards
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette The Coldstream Guards Series 9993 Field Officer Review Order



R.A.M.C. in the trenches
Title:
R.A.M.C. in the trenches
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette Series 8821


Pheasants Roosting
Title:
Pheasants Roosting
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette Game Birds Series II, 8782



Two Partridges in Field
Title:
Two Partridges in Field
Divided Back unused

Description:
Game Birds Series II 8782 Partridges. This species of game-birds is distinguished by teh short and strong bill, short rounded wings and tail, feet not spurred and four toes, three in front and one behind. The eggs are laid in April or May and number from twelve to twenty, while the young are cared for by both parents.


Two Partridge in a Field
Title:
Two Partridge in a Field
Divided Back unused

Description:
Game Birds Series II 8782 Red-Legged Partridge. The red-legged or French partridge was introduced into Britain about 1770 by the Marquis of Hertford. It cannot be compared to the English species as a game-bird, but is swifter in flight.



At the Seaside in Dollyland
Title:
At the Seaside in Dollyland
Divided Back PM 1910


A Happy Easter
Title:
A Happy Easter
Divided Back PM 1909 Apr-9

Description:
Oilette Postcard Series 36



"Supper Time" - Boy Eating Soup and Bread by Canglelight
Title:
"Supper Time" - Boy Eating Soup and Bread by Canglelight
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette Postcard Series 212


A Happy Christmas
Title:
A Happy Christmas
Divided Back PM 1906 Dec-24

Description:
Series 8458



St.Antony Hospital
Title:
St.Antony Hospital
Divided Back unused

Description:
St. Antony Hospital.St.Antony,the chief hospital and centre for the various activities of the International Grenfell Association


Painting of Westminster Abbey
Title:
Painting of Westminster Abbey
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 769



The Summit of Snowdon
Title:
The Summit of Snowdon
Divided Back unused

Description:
Picturesque Wales - Snowdon Series 7877 Snowdon is the highest and also the finest mountains in Wales and is about 3650 feet above sea-level.Its ascent is made easy by a railway which runs nearly to the top


Pisturesque Wales-Snowdon
Title:
Pisturesque Wales-Snowdon
Divided Back unused

Description:
Picturesque Wales - Snowdon Series 7877 Snowdon from Pont-y-Garth.Snowdon,the highest mountain in Wales is 3560 meters above sea-level.As viewed from Pont-y-Garth, the scenery is one of magnificent grandeur



Snowdon,Capel Curig,North Wales
Title:
Snowdon,Capel Curig,North Wales
Divided Back unused

Description:
Picturesque North Wales Series VII, 7892


Snowdon,from Capel Curig
Title:
Snowdon,from Capel Curig
Divided Back unused

Description:
Picturesque North Wales Series 3287 Snowdon is the highest and also the finest mountain in Wales,is 3650 metres above sea level.The best view is from Capel Curig and when climatic conditions are favourable,is both magnificent and extensive.The surrounding peaks and ridges are hardly less majestic than the Snowdon Itself



Famous Old Gardens-The Japanese Garden,Hinchingbrooke
Title:
Famous Old Gardens-The Japanese Garden,Hinchingbrooke
Divided Back unused

Description:
Famous Old Gardens Series II, 9484


Famous Old Gardens-Compton Place,Eastbourne
Title:
Famous Old Gardens-Compton Place,Eastbourne
Divided Back unused

Description:
Famous Old Gardens Series II, 9484 Compton Place, the beautiful residence of the Duke of Devonshire,is situated between the Eastbourne Old Town and the popular and modern seaside resort.The gardens are charmingly laid out and enjoy the reputation of being one of the finest specimens of landscape gardening



Newspaper Headlines-"Personal Notes"
Title:
Newspaper Headlines-"Personal Notes"
Divided Back PM 1905 Dec-23

Description:
Oilette Postcard Series 704 After the black & white drawing by John Hassall


Highland cattle
Title:
Highland cattle
Divided Back unused

Description:
Famous British Cattle Series 9507



Devon Cattle
Title:
Devon Cattle
Divided Back

Description:
Famous British Cattle Series 9507 Devon cattle are deep red in colour.Their headquarters are Devonshire and Somersetshire,where they have held undisputed sway for hundreds of years


The Head of Glen Navis
Title:
The Head of Glen Navis
Divided Back unused

Description:
The West Highlands, Glen Nevis Series 6200 Glen Navis is perhaps the finest example of the Scottish Glen,which the West Highlands can produce.It is situated in the district of Lochaber and runs from the rocky heights of Ben Nevis to the town of Fort William



Old Inverlochy Castle
Title:
Old Inverlochy Castle
Divided Back

Description:
The West Highlands, Glen Nevis Series 6200


Glen Navis-Near Sgor Chalum
Title:
Glen Navis-Near Sgor Chalum
Divided Back unused

Description:
The West Highlands, Glen Nevis Series 6200



The Scotch Coast-off Anstruther
Title:
The Scotch Coast-off Anstruther
Divided Back unused

Description:
Rough Seas, Scotch Coast Series I, 7061


The Scotch Coast
Title:
The Scotch Coast
Divided Back unused

Description:
Rough Seas, Scotch Coast Series I, 7061



Wreck on the Scotch Coast
Title:
Wreck on the Scotch Coast
Divided Back unused

Description:
Rough Seas, Scotch Coast Series I, 7061


The Scotch Coast
Title:
The Scotch Coast
Divided Back

Description:
Rough Seas, Scotch Coast Series I, 7061



With Best Easter Wishes
Title:
With Best Easter Wishes
Divided Back unused

Description:
British Fish Series 1544


Parisians "The Carnival"
Title:
Parisians "The Carnival"
Divided Back PM 1905 Sep-20

Description:
Oilette Postcard Series 439



A Red Indian
Title:
A Red Indian
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series II, 9011 On His Head His Eagle Feathers, Round His Waist His Belt of Wampum- The song of Hiawatha by Longfellow


A Red Indian
Title:
A Red Indian
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series II, 9011 On his head his eagle feathers, Around his waist his belt of wampum.-The song of Hiawatha by Longfellow



A Red Indian Woman
Title:
A Red Indian Woman
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series II, 9011 With her moods of shade and Sunshine Eyes that smiled and frowned Alternate.-The song of Hiawatha by Longfellow


Chief Black Thunder
Title:
Chief Black Thunder
Divided Back PM 1914 Aug-3

Description:
Indian Chiefs Series 2171 Black thunder is a prominent member of the 'Thunder' clan,another leader of which is known as Yellow Thunder.When an Indian child is born,a person is paid to give it the name chosen by the parents and kindred.The child is held up and turned to all sides of the heaven



A Red Indian
Title:
A Red Indian
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series 1360 "Wampum belts,and strings and pouches, Quivers wrought with beads of wampum"- The song of Hiawatha by Longfellow


A Red Indian
Title:
A Red Indian
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series "On his head his eagle feathers, Round his waist his belt of wampum"-The song of Hiawatha,Longfellow



A Red Indian Woman
Title:
A Red Indian Woman
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series II, 9011 Clad in all their richest Raiment Robes of fur and belts of wampum. The song of Hiawatha by Longfellow


A Red Indian
Title:
A Red Indian
Divided Back unused

Description:
Indian Chiefs Series 2171 Red Owl is an Indian Counselor who has the reputation among the whites of being very taciturn,but as is true of all Indians,he is just the opposite of being reserved



A Red Indian
Title:
A Red Indian
Divided Back unused

Description:
Indian Chiefs Series 2171


A Red Indian
Title:
A Red Indian
Divided Back PM 1904 Sep-11

Description:
Hiawatha Series "Streaked with crimson,blue and yellow,Crested with great eagle feathers"-The Song of Hiawatha-Longfellow



A Red Indian Chief
Title:
A Red Indian Chief
Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-3

Description:
Indian Chiefs Series 2171 Not Afraid of Pawnee illustrates the significance which frequently attaches to Indian Names


Chief Stranger Horse
Title:
Chief Stranger Horse
Divided Back unused

Description:
Indian Chiefs Series 2171 Stranger Horse,a well known chief,is here shown holding a pipe bag,which constitutes a particular fine example of Indian bead-work.The pipe work is an Indian's most significant-if not his most valuable



In Dickens Land
Title:
In Dickens Land
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Pickwick Papers Series 6012 The Pickwick Papers- He would not deny that he was influenced by human passions,and human feelings(cheers)-possibly by human weakness


Geisha with Samisen
Title:
Geisha with Samisen
PM 1904

Description:
Playing the Samisen



"To the Rescue" - Ye Mariners of England
Title:
"To the Rescue" - Ye Mariners of England
unused


Union Jack, Flag of Great Britain
Title:
Union Jack, Flag of Great Britain
unused

Description:
Unity is strength. The Union Jack is the national flag of Great Britain and Ireland, and dates from the Union of 1801. It consists of three crosses--that of St. George for England, the Saltire of St. Andrew for Scotland, and the cross of St. Patrick for Ireland. The word "Jack" is derived from Jaque, a surcoat emblazoned with St. George's Cross, not, as is generally supposed, from "Jacque," the signature of James I; that monarch, however, added the cross of St. Andrew to that of St. George



The Arctic Regions: The Humboldt Glacier, North Greenland
Title:
The Arctic Regions: The Humboldt Glacier, North Greenland
unused

Description:
300 feet high, 60 miles long. Discovered and named by Dr. E.K. Kane, 1853


"After Dinner Toasts"
Title:
"After Dinner Toasts"
unused



"After Dinner Toasts"
Title:
"After Dinner Toasts"
unused


Men in Top Hats on Sidewalk
Title:
Men in Top Hats on Sidewalk
unused

Description:
Harold Copping Dickens' Characters Series 3406



Watching the Seahorses
Title:
Watching the Seahorses
Divided Back

Description:
Little Folks at the Seaside, Series II 9849


Head of Derwentwater, Ruskin's View
Title:
Head of Derwentwater, Ruskin's View
Divided Back unused

Description:
After the original painting by E. Longstaffe. The view from the Head of Derwentwater is superb, the rich colouring of the rocks and crags at its lower end completing the charm of the prospect. The chief beauty of Derwentwater is in the blending of the tints of the crags, fells, and woods rising abruptly from its waters. Ruskin's View, as depicted, is probably the finest of the lake



Trossacks Pier Loch Katrine
Title:
Trossacks Pier Loch Katrine
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Trossachs Series 7807


Derwentwater
Title:
Derwentwater
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette Series 7324



Aberdeen Terriers
Title:
Aberdeen Terriers
Divided Back unused

Description:
Types of Canine Beauty Series 9534 The Aberdeen Terrier is a variety of the ordinary Scotch Terrier, but somewhat smaller in size. The head is large in proportion to the body, and the coat is long and rough. Aberdeen Terriers are very intelligent dogs and, perhaps, their chief recommendation, they are very faithful and devoted to their owner. Black and brindle is their normal colour, though occasionally white specimens are bred


Four Bright Orange Poppies
Title:
Four Bright Orange Poppies
Divided Back PM 1906 Aug-28

Description:
Poppies Series 9241



The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hall Table and Chairs. The Queen's Dolls' House is constructed to scale of one inch to a foot. So exactly is this carried out that the rooms and their contents look in the pictures like real rooms and real furniture, and do not how how diminutive they are. The Hall Table is of mahogany with Lapis Lazuli top. It is three inches high from the floor. On the backs of the chairs, which are in the style of the William & Mary period (end of 17th Century) can be seen the Royal Coat of Arms


The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Garden Entrance. This wonderful miniature Palace, the great show-piece of the British Empire Exhibition, will be of permanent interest as showing a representative Mansion of the 20th Century. A marvellous company of over 1,600 artists and craftsmen have combined to produce the marvel. The scale is one inch to the foot and the effect is harmonious and realistic. The picture shows the beautiful garden with its handsome entrance gates, its tall trees and clustering roses, its clipped hedges and seats, its lawns and flowers, its shelter for birds and fairy ring in the grass, and even the dog waiting on the step



The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls' House, Series 1 4500 China Coffee Services. Wherever one looks in the Queen's Dolls' House, one is struck by the infinite pains taken to ensure accuracy and artistic effect in every item from the greatest to the least. The china and glass are no exception and the Coffee Services shown in the picture are worthy, by reason of their beautiful style and colouring, of a place in this most famous miniature mansion


The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls' House Series 1 Dining Room Sideboard. Furniture, fittings and decorations have all been specially made by British artists and craftsmen for the Queen's Dolls' House. Over 1,600 have worked on this miniature replica of all that is best in 20th Century domestic art and culture. The Dining Room sideboard is decked with silver salvers, rosewater dishes, racing trophies and above it is a still life picture by W. Ranken, R.I. The two pictures of the Coronation of the King and Queen were painted by Captain Pearse, N.Z.R.B



The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Queen's Doll House, Series 1 4500 Dining Room. A stately and fascinating room for a banquet is the Dining Room of the Queen's Dolls' House. It is 42 inches long, 20 inches wide, 15 inches high, the scale being 1 inch to the foot. It has a painted ceiling; Royal portraits and pictures in miniature by eminent artists adorn the walls. The table, 2 1/2 inches high, is set for a dinner party with snowy damask tablecloth and is fully equipped--flowers and fruit, china, cutlery, silver candelabra--all complete to the smallest detail


The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls' House, Series V 4504 Nursery Toys & Father Tuck's Annual. The picture displays some of the many attractive items provided in the Royal Nursery of the Queen's Dolls' House. The toy Soldiers with movable arms and the model Train with Windsor Station as the stopping place will appeal to every boy. We have here also the fine bright Rocking Horse, a copy of one in the London Museum, once owned by the Duke of Clarence. The tail is made of a baby's curl



The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls' House Series V The Royal Nursery. The Day Nursery in the Queen's Dolls' House is complete from fireguard to toy cupboards. The decoration of the walls by Edmund Dulac illustrates fairy tales, "Sinbad the Sailor," "Cinderella," etc., and there are two volumes of Nursery Rhymes, a Rocking Horse, a model Train, toy Soldiers, a Noah's Ark and "Father Tuck's Annual." This is indeed "the Land of Heart's Desire!" We have not mentioned the Biscuits, Sweets and Crackers--what more could any doll wish for?


The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls' House, Series V 4504 The Royal Kitchen. In the Queen's Dolls' House every room and every corner of every room seems to have been the subject of infinite care and forethought. The Kitchen is no exception. Range, hot plate, pastry ovens, all with movable doors and sliding trays, pots and pans of gold and copper. This reads like a catalogue from a fairy tale, but more is left to tell. There are two noble dressers, on which stand Doulton jars for sugar, salt, currants, etc., and a mincing machine and a coffee mill are seen on the table



The Queen's Dolls' House
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The Queen's Dolls' House
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The Kitchen Table. The Queen's Dolls' House, one of the most remarkable models of modern times, complete in every detail, boasts of a Kitchen containing everything for culinary requirements of which the Kitchen Table is naturally the centre. This is here shown separately, with a variety of the miniature Doulton crockery, and, as befits a Queen's kitchen, solid gold moulds, a gold frying pan, etc., all correct to the scale of one inch to a foot


The Queen's Dolls' House
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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series VI 4505 Guns, Punch Bowl, Screen & Stick Stand. The taste and care bestowed upon every item, however small, in the Queen's Dolls' House have achieved a triumph in microscopic arts and crafts. Midget guns and stick stand, punch bowl and screen, each and all worthy of detailed description and unqualified praise. This model Mansion is undoubtedly a museum of tiny masterpieces



The Queen's Dolls' House
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China Tea Service and Toilet Set. The Queen's Dolls' House is fascinating in the extent and variety of its miniature equipment. Nothing seems to be left out and every wish is anticipated. The picture shows the lovely China Tea Service and the beautiful Toilet Set complete even to the sponge bowl and soap dish with perforated tray, the gift of Her Majesty The Queen and made in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of so much beautiful English Art Pottery


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The Queen's Dolls House, Series VI 4505 Stores in Cellar. We cannot think that anything has been forgotten in the furnishing and equipment of the Queen's Dolls' House. Here in the picture we see stores of every description. Jams, Marmalade, Lime Juice, Nestles' Milk, Biscuits, Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Chocolate, Vinegar, Oil, etc., all so minute and beautiful that a microscope is needed to appreciate fully the details. All the labels are legible and are true to the originals



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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series VI 4505 Section Showing Electric Lighting and Water System. The picture gives a wonderful idea of the completeness and up-to-dateness of the Queen's Dolls' House and shows the arrangements for the Electric Lighting (seen in the foreground), and Water Supply. All the tiny taps are workable and the water is supplied from a cistern in the roof. The electric lamps are all practical and effective. So also are the automatic electric lifts for passengers and for luggage, which work admirably


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The Garage, Showing Interior of Rooms Above. The walls of the Queen's Dolls' House are here shown elevated, and reveal to our view the rooms of the four floors. Below is seen the Garage with its fleet of Limousines and Touring Cars; on the first floor we see the noble Library, above that, the King's Bedroom and Bathroom, and higher still, the Boudoir and the Night Nursery with its adjoining Bathroom. An excellent idea of the arrangement of this marvellous Dolls' House is given by this picture



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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series VI 4505 "Safety First," The Fire Escape. On the same level as the garden of the Queen's Dolls' House there is a garage with Motor Cars, Cycles and a Fire Escape. Attention to detail characterises the entire scheme from first to last and there is no doubt that millions will marvel at the microscopic and artistic finish of the miniature palace and its contents. The Fire Escape is complete with buckets, hose, ladder, etc., and can be speedily rigged up ready for use in an emergency


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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series IV 4503 Her Majesty's Boudoir. There are over 30 rooms in the Queen's Dolls' House and despite their diminutive size they are realistic and marvelously complete to the smallest detail. In this intimate royal apartment we are lost in admiration of the wall designs of lotus flowers, by Edmund Dulac, painted on brown silk, the beautiful bamboo Chippendale chairs and the lovely jade ornaments and vases. The rug is an exact reproduction of a Chinese carpet of the Chi'en Lung period



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In the Linen Room. We gasp with amazement at the care displayed in every detail in the Queen's Dolls' House. Here in the picture of the Linen Room there is a Singer Sewing Machine that actually works. The reel of thread is no larger than a match-head and there are 6 dozen of these reels. Note also the Wicker Linen Baskets, on which are displayed some of the towels, pillow slips, and other household linen, all marked with the Royal monogram


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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series IV 4503 Her Majesty's Dressing Table. Her Majesty's Dressing Table in the Queen's Dolls' House strikes the note of perfect taste and its artistic realisation. We note the glass top over the brocade cover, the miniature portrait of the King, which is an excellent likeness, the exquisite trinket boxes encrusted with jewels and the mirror in a frame of diamonds. The two powder boxes, pot of cold cream, the bottles of scent, and the miniature medicine chest filled with tabloids, complete the ensemble



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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series III 4502 The Queen's Bathroom. Among the most delightful of the Royal apartments in the Queen's Dolls' House is the Queen's Bathroom with walls in shagreen and ivory, and an alabaster bath with silver fittings fit for a fairy Queen, though mortals may like to know that real water is laid on. Bath-mat, bath-salts, and weighing book--every detail conceivable, only waiting for a Queen of Lilliput to use them. The fine ceiling is painted by Maurice Greiffeahagen, R.A


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The Queen's Dolls' House
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Princess Royal's Room. Although this room shows none of the luxuriousness of the Queen's Bedroom, it is in every way worthy of the Queen's Dolls' House. It has much that makes for comfort. Note the ermine rug by the bed and the electric reading lamp. The St. Ursula Bed, 7 inches high, is an exact copy of one designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens himself. The etching over the mantlepiece by Miss Borcel represents the state coach used for the Coronation and other state occasions



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Title:
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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series III 4502 The King's Bathroom. The King's Bath is of a dark green marble known as Verdite and the six tiny taps work with real water, showers and spray. The enclosure of the hand-basin is of the same green marble and on a white marble shelf is a minute bottle of bath salts. The ceiling is beautifully painted, and the walls are decorated with "Punch" Cartoons by Bernard Partridge and L. Raven-Hill. There are towels one-twelfth the ordinary size and tablets of soap the size of a pea, nail brushes and sponges--all complete in this dainty and marvellous palace--the Queen's Dolls' House


The Queen's Dolls' House
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The Queen's Dolls' House
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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series III 4502 The Queen's Bedroom. The hangings of this right royal apartment in the Queen's Dolls' House are of silk damask, the carpet is woven, and the ceiling is delightfully painted by Glyn Philpot, R.A. The lofty-looking room is 20 inches high. Above the jade and white marble mantelpiece is a portrait of The Duchess of Teck, Her Majesty's mother, by Frank O. Salisbury, and on the wall is a painting of Mary Queen of Scots by Gerald Kelly, A.R.A. Over the door to the Bathroom is a barometer and on the mantelpiece is a clock which shows the correct time



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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series II 4501 Regalia in Strong Room. Behind the close-set steel bars in the Strong Room of the Queen's Dolls' House may be seen the Sceptre and Orbs and other symbolic emblems of the Regalia. The King's Crown and the Queen's Crown, encrusted with real tiny jewels, are veritable masterpieces. These beautiful miniatures are replicas of the real crowns so safely guarded by the Beef-eaters in the Tower. Not only is every stone represented, but the great treasures of the Black Prince's ruby, Edward the Confessor's sapphire and the great diamond, Koh-i-noor, are shown in their true proportions


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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series II 4501 Some of the Drawing Room Furniture. The finest of delicately worked tapestry covers the Louis XV furniture in the Drawing Room of the Queen's Dolls' House. The settee (standing 3 1/2 inches high), and the chair are wonderfully and beautifully upholstered, while one can almost see the dates on the jade and platinum "Raphael Tuck" calendar which stands on the little table



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The Queen's Dolls' House
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Drawing Room Cabinet. In several apartments of the Queen's Dolls' House there are beautiful specimens of Lac work of which this Cabinet is a handsome example. Standing 7 1/4 inches high it has numerous drawers which run smoothly and a minute lock which works with an almost invisible golden key. It is an exact reproduction in miniature of the full size Cabinet in the possession of the Marquis of Londonderry, and was presented by the Marchioness


The Queen's Dolls' House
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The Queen's Dolls' House
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The Queen's Dolls' House, Series II 4501 The Library. The Library ceiling of the Queen's Dolls' House is painted by William Walcot, R.B.A. The picture of Queen Elizabeth is by William Nicholson, and the portrait of Henry VIII at the end of the room is a copy by Sir Arthur Cope, R.A., of the original by Holbein. The gilt bronze horse is by Herbert Haseltine, and is a model of one of the King's champion Shire horses. The large Walnut Cabinet on which are reproductions of the King's Despatch Boxes from the various Ministries, is one of a pair which contain 750 miniature water colours, etchings and drawings, contributed by the leading artists of the day



W.C. Bryant
Title:
W.C. Bryant
PM 1965 Aug-14

Description:
Men of Letters Series 4 The American poet and journalist, was born November 3rd, 1794, at Cummington, Massachusetts. He was for a time at Williams College but chiefly received his education at home. By profession he was a barrister. His beautiful poem "Thanatopsis" was published in the "North American Review" in 1817, immediately brought him fame. Among others of his poems are "The Rivulet," "The West Wind," "The Forest Hymn," "June," and "The Flood of Years." Besides other literary appointments he was at one time editor of the "New York Review". He died on Jun 12th, 1878 from the result of a fall


Easter Greetings, With Chick and Lilacs
Title:
Easter Greetings, With Chick and Lilacs
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Description:
Easter Series II



Greater Bird of Paradise
Title:
Greater Bird of Paradise
Divided Back PM 1906 Mar-3


Burnham Beeches
Title:
Burnham Beeches
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Description:
Oilette Series 6219



Burnham Beeches
Title:
Burnham Beeches
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Description:
Series 6219


Burnham Beeches
Title:
Burnham Beeches
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Description:
Series 6219



Oil Painting of Trees Known as Burnham Beeches
Title:
Oil Painting of Trees Known as Burnham Beeches
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Description:
Series 6219


Roe Deer in the Woods
Title:
Roe Deer in the Woods
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Description:
In The Woods Series 9250 The Roe Deer has a beautiful red-brown coat for its summer dress and a darker and duller brown one for the winter. It is always a more or less wood-loving creature. The fawns, generally two in number, are born about the end of May



Hippopotamus
Title:
Hippopotamus
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Description:
Oilette - Wild Animals Series 3051 A native of Africa and next to elephants, the largest living creatures. Bulky animals with long, round, barrel-shaped bodies, short thick legs, enormous head and gigantic mouth. The eyes, however, and ears are small, and the narrow nostrils well elevated so that when under water they can breathe without exposing more than a few inches of the head above the water


Burnham Beeches
Title:
Burnham Beeches
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Description:
Series 6219



Lion
Title:
Lion
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Description:
Wild Animals Series 8785 Though believed by some to be less powerful than the tiger, the lion is the king of beasts and is certainly the handsomest. The impression of size and strength is due to the flowing mane present in almost all adult males. Another characteristic is the tuft of long hair at the extremity of the tail


Pulling Nets into Boat
Title:
Pulling Nets into Boat
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Description:
Fifeshire Coast Series 7230



Still Life - Oranges and Grapes
Title:
Still Life - Oranges and Grapes
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Description:
Still Life Series 3126


Still Life - Peach and Grapes
Title:
Still Life - Peach and Grapes
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Description:
Still Life Series 3126



The Blue Lagoon
Title:
The Blue Lagoon
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Description:
Series 3804


Tiger in Grass
Title:
Tiger in Grass
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Description:
Wild Animals Series 8785 The female of the species, smaller in size than the males, who measure 5 1/2 to 6 1/2 feet in length to the root of the tail, which is about 3 ft. long. Typically a jungle animal, the tiger is found in forest regions or in grassy plains. It is intolerant of extreme heat and is usually found near water



The Eagle - The King of Birds - Hans Schmidt
Title:
The Eagle - The King of Birds - Hans Schmidt
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Description:
Series 4083


Changing Pastures by Gilbert Foster
Title:
Changing Pastures by Gilbert Foster
Divided Back unused

Description:
In the Country Series 9031



Steeplechasing - Taking The Hurdle
Title:
Steeplechasing - Taking The Hurdle
Divided Back unused

Description:
Steeplechasing Series 9118


Hackney Mare and Foal
Title:
Hackney Mare and Foal
Divided Back PM 1907 Mar-22

Description:
Horse Studies Series 9065



The Stepping Stones at Ambleside
Title:
The Stepping Stones at Ambleside
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Description:
The Stepping-Stones, Ambleside, are a number of large stones used as a path over the River Duddon. After rain it is impossible to walk across as the stones are covered with water. This spot is extremely picturesque owing to the magnificent woods and high mountains in the distance. Wordsworth's poem, "The Stepping Stones," describes the place exactly


Jaguar in the Wild
Title:
Jaguar in the Wild
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Description:
The Jaguar is one of the largest and most beautiful of the Cat family. It is nearly equal in size to its cousin the Tiger. Jaguars are found in most parts of South America, and in North America as far north as Texas and South California. The fur is soft and rich in colour, and the skins are imported to Europe in great numbers



Several Sea Shells on Display
Title:
Several Sea Shells on Display
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Description:
Oilette - Sea Shells Series 2, 2378


The Eagle - The King of Birds
Title:
The Eagle - The King of Birds
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 4083



Shepherd with Flock in Snowstorm
Title:
Shepherd with Flock in Snowstorm
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Description:
Returning to the Fold


Game Birds: the Common Snipe
Title:
Game Birds: the Common Snipe
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Description:
Common Snipe. Closely related to the woodcock, which it resembles in the great length of bill and total absence of webs on the toes, but the head bears longitudinal markings absent in the woodcock. It is found in marshy localities in England and Wales and on the moorlands of Scotland



Ocean Waves crashing against shore and rocks
Title:
Ocean Waves crashing against shore and rocks
Divided Back PM 1909 May-8

Description:
North Berwick Series 7214


The Hunt Day
Title:
The Hunt Day
unused

Description:
English hunting scene, with riders, dogs, and lady at garden gate



Easter Greetings
Title:
Easter Greetings
PM 1907 Mar-29


There's No Place Like Home
Title:
There's No Place Like Home


Description:
painted by Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A., born 1802, died 1873. This dog, dissatisfied with his home, ran away to find something better, but very much to his disappointment and surprise he was not successful. Then he came to the conclusion that "There's no place like Home," and so went back again, but only to find the place deserted. Landseer has not only painted a fine picture, but he also points a moral. The original painting is in the Albert and Victoria Museum



The Shopping Trip
Title:
The Shopping Trip
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Description:
Flemish Village "Shop" Series 1535


The Water Test - Punch & Judy
Title:
The Water Test - Punch & Judy
Divided Back PM Jun-13

Description:
From "Punch": Hulloah! Who've you got there?



Wide Wide World
Title:
Wide Wide World
Venice, Divided Back unused

Description:
View of the Lagoon from the Doge's Palace. The view of the Lagoon and the islands as seen from the central window of the Doge's Palace is the most magnificent that can be imagined. Below the balcony are the headquarters of the gondoliers, where numerous gondolas are always in waiting to take visitors to any required point. To the right is the Grand Canal


A Waiting Maid
Title:
A Waiting Maid
Divided Back unused

Description:
Trow Dutch Natives Series 763



Carnarvon Castle
Title:
Carnarvon Castle
Divided Back unused

Description:
F. W. Hayes Oilette Series


Dog and Two Bunnies
Title:
Dog and Two Bunnies
Divided Back unused

Description:
Bernard H. Cobbe Among the Bunnies Series 9539



Friday
Title:
Friday
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Description:
Walter Dendy Sadler Gailery Reproduction Series 11 The sequel picture to "Thursday," by the same artist, in the Tate Gallery. It shows the abbot, his monks and guests partaking of fish prescribed by the rules of their order for Fridays. The sequel picture is a canvas, measuring 84 in by 22 in., and artist is Walter Dendy Sadier. The picture was presented to the Walker Art Gallery by James pegrain."


In The Scottish Highlands
Title:
In The Scottish Highlands
Divided Back unused

Description:
Sidney Pike Oilette Series 9245



In The Summer Time
Title:
In The Summer Time
Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-05

Description:
Oilette Series 1527


Lovely Seashells on a Table
Title:
Lovely Seashells on a Table
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Description:
Sea Shells Series 1, 2377 Names Upper - Hallotis Iris (Ear) New Zealand Left to Right, Lower - Trochus maximus (Top) Indian Ocean, Turbo. Cyclophoralae India."



Miss Farren
Title:
Miss Farren
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Description:
Sir Thomas Lawrence Old English Masters Series II, 9727 Sir Thomas Lawrence R. A. was born at Bristol, 1769, died 1830. He was a famous portrait painter, and among his celebrated pictures is that of Miss Farren, who afterwards married Lord Derby."


Miss Kemble
Title:
Miss Kemble
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Description:
Sir Joshua Reynolds Old English Masters Series I, 9726 Sir Joshua Reynolds, P. R. A., the great portrait and subject painter, was born at Plympton Earls, near Plymouth, on 16th July, 1723. After various continental visits, he finally settled in London in 1752, and quickly became the most popular portrait painter of the day. His authentic works are estimated to number between two and three thousand. He died on 23rd February, 1792."



Mrs. Carnac
Title:
Mrs. Carnac
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Description:
Sir Joshua Reynolds Old English Masters Series I, 9726 Sir Joshua Reynolds, P. R. A., the great portrait and subject painter, was born at Plympton Earls, near Plymouth, on 16th July, 1723. After various continental visits, he finally settled in London in 1752, and quickly became the most popular portrait painter of the day. His authentic works are estimated to number between two and three thousand. He died on 23rd February, 1792. His picture of Mrs. Carnac is in the Wallace Collection."


Mrs. Siddons
Title:
Mrs. Siddons
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Description:
Sir Joshua Reynolds Old English Masters Series I, 9726 Sir Joshua Reynolds, P. R. A. the great portrait and subject painter, was born at Plympton Earls, near Plymouth, On 10th July, 1723. After various continental visits, he finally settled in London in 1752, and quickly became the most popular portrait painter of the day. His authentic works are estimated to number between two and three thousand. He died on 23rd February, 1792. His picture of Mrs. Siddons is in the dulwich Gallery."



My Landlady's Smile
Title:
My Landlady's Smile
Divided Back PM 1906 Jan-27

Description:
Oilette Series 9064


Sea Shells on Table
Title:
Sea Shells on Table
Divided Back unused

Description:
Sea Shells Series 2, 2378 Names Left to Right - Turbo Marmora us, Philippines. Note - Outer surface removal with acid. Potamides radula, Sierra Leone. Haliotidae (Ear Shells) Jersey."



Still Life Duck
Title:
Still Life Duck
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette Series 6659


Super Time By Candle Light
Title:
Super Time By Candle Light
Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
Oilette Series 9242



The Gental Art of Anoling
Title:
The Gental Art of Anoling
Divided Back PM Dec-05

Description:
William Henry Ellam The Gentle Art of Angling Series 9292


The Hon, Mrs. Graham
Title:
The Hon, Mrs. Graham
Divided Back unused

Description:
Thomas Gainsborough Old English Masters Series II, 9727 Thomas Gainsborough, R. A. was born at Sudbury. Suffolk, 1727, died 1788, and was one of the greatest English landscape and portrait painters. His picture of the Hon. Mrs. Graham is in the Edinburgh Gallery."



Two Women Talking in Street
Title:
Two Women Talking in Street
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Description:
Punch Series 9197 The Rector's Daughter: "My father feels it very much, Mrs. Barker, that you should leave the church every Sunday just before the sermon. Don't you think you might try and stay, in future?" Mrs. Barker: "I doesn't do it, Miss. I do snore that dreadful when I'm asleep!"


Unser Kronprinz Vom Segeln Heimfahrend
Title:
Unser Kronprinz Vom Segeln Heimfahrend
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette Series 464 B



Mr Pickwick Slides
Title:
Mr Pickwick Slides
Divided Back unused

Description:
Harold Copping Character Sketches from Charles Dickens Series 9852 Mr. Pickwick went slowly and gravely down the slide, with his feet about a yard and a quarter apart. The Pickwick Papers."


Mr. Pickwick Slides
Title:
Mr. Pickwick Slides
Divided Back unused

Description:
Mr. Pickwick . . . Went slowly and gravely down the slide, with his feet about a yard and a quarter apart. Charles Dickens



River Humour
Title:
River Humour
Divided Back PM 1906 Nov-09

Description:
Series 9233


Bob Cratchit's Christmas Dinner
Title:
Bob Cratchit's Christmas Dinner
Divided Back unused

Description:
Mrs. Cratchit entered - flushed, but smiling proudly - with the pudding . . . Bedight with Christmas holly stuck into the top. Charles Dickens



Mr. Peggotty And Little Emily
Title:
Mr. Peggotty And Little Emily
Divided Back unused

Description:
"I am as rough as a Sea Porkypine; but no one, unless, mayhap, it is a woman, can know, I think, what our little Emily is to me." Charles Dickens


Ms. Micawber Makes Punch
Title:
Ms. Micawber Makes Punch
Divided Back unused

Description:
"Punch, my dear Copperfield, . . Like time and tide, waits for no man." Charles Dickens



Oliver Twist Asks For More
Title:
Oliver Twist Asks For More
Divided Back unused

Description:
"Please, sir, I want some more." The master . . . Gazed in stupefied astonishment on the young rebel. Charles Dickens


A Heavy Day
Title:
A Heavy Day
Divided Back PM 1909 May-26



Gossips
Title:
Gossips
Divided Back unused


A River Sunset
Title:
A River Sunset
Divided Back unused

Description:
A River sunset. After Professor Van Hier



The Ferryman's Daughter
Title:
The Ferryman's Daughter
Divided Back unused


Coming From Pasture
Title:
Coming From Pasture
Divided Back unused



After Dinner Toasts
Title:
After Dinner Toasts
Divided Back unused


Steeplechasing
Title:
Steeplechasing
Divided Back PM 1908



A Cliff Where Foamed
Title:
A Cliff Where Foamed
Divided Back PM 1910

Description:
The seas White Ire


Tuck's Oilette Up The River
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Up The River
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Thames Mari Edurham



Tuck's Oilette Havana. Iglesia Del Cristo
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Havana. Iglesia Del Cristo
Divided Back unused

Description:
some damage on back of card only


Tuck's Oilette Stanton Harcourt Church on the Thames
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Stanton Harcourt Church on the Thames
Oxford, Divided Back unused

Description:
some damage on back of card only



Tuck's Oilette Killarney
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Killarney
Divided Back unused

Description:
Illustrated Songs. "Killarney." "Bright hued berries daff the snows, Smiling winter's frown away. Some damage on back of card only


Tuck's Oilette Quebec. Sous-Le-Cap
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Quebec. Sous-Le-Cap
Divided Back unused

Description:
Some damage on back of card only



Tuck's Oilette Loch Tay
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Loch Tay
Perthshire, Divided Back unused

Description:
A trip by steamer from Kenmore to Killin, on Loch Tay, presents a beautiful panorama all the way. The loch is 14 1/2 miles long, and its extreme width is just over one mile. The picture shows the south-west end, with Killin in the distance.


Tuck's Oilette The Gentle Art of Making Love
Title:
Tuck's Oilette The Gentle Art of Making Love
Divided Back unused



Tuck's Oilette The Classic Age
Title:
Tuck's Oilette The Classic Age
Divided Back unused


Tuck's Oilette Alpine Waterfalls
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Alpine Waterfalls
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hollentalklamm Waterfall is situated in the Bavarian Alps near the Zugspitze. The latter is the highest mountain in Germany 9721 feet high



Tuck's Oilette J. W. M. Turner Royal Yacht Squadron
Title:
Tuck's Oilette J. W. M. Turner Royal Yacht Squadron
Divided Back unused

Description:
J. W. M. Turner, R. A., the celebrated artist, was born in 1775 and died in 1851. He is famous as a colourist, and his works display great originality and imagination. He left a large number of his pictures to the nation, among them being "The Royal Yacht Squadron, Cowes," which now hangs in the Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington.


Tuck's Oilette Falls of Mesna Medway
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Falls of Mesna Medway
Divided Back PM 1907

Description:
These beautiful falls are near Lillehammer, a picturesque town at the north end of Lake Mjosen.



Tuck's Oilette Freshwater Cliffs Low
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Freshwater Cliffs Low
Divided Back unused

Description:
"And glory of broad waters interfused."


Tuck's Oilette Rough Seas
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Rough Seas
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Mighty mass of water swells Resistless heaving on the broken rocks



Tuck's Oilette Gasteiner Wasserfall
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Gasteiner Wasserfall
Divided Back unused

Description:
Gasteiner Waterfall is situated near Gastein and is formed by the Ache, a small river in Austria.


Tuck's Oilette Country Life
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Country Life
Divided Back unused

Description:
The meadows glow and rise unquell'd Against the mowers scythe."



Tuck's Oilette Sunrise on Medway J. M. W. Turner
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Sunrise on Medway J. M. W. Turner
Divided Back unused

Description:
J. W. M. Turner, R.A, the celebrated artist, was born in 1775 and died in 1851. He is famous as a colourist, and his works display great originality and imagination. He left a large number of his pictures to the nation, among them being "Sunrise on the Medway," which now hangs in the Tate Gallery.


Tuck's Oilette The homes of Literary Men
Title:
Tuck's Oilette The homes of Literary Men
Divided Back unused

Description:
Bulwer Lytton was born in 1803 and died in 1873 Knebworth House was built in 1811 and the Novelist succeeded to the Estate on the death of his Mother in 1844. It is a pleasantly situated mansion in Mid Herts surrounded by large gardens and deer park



Tuck's Oilette Gallery Pictures Childe Harold's Piligrimage
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Gallery Pictures Childe Harold's Piligrimage
Divided Back unused

Description:
J.W.M. Turner, R.A., the celebrated artist, was born in 1775 and died in 1851. He is famous as a colourist, and his works display great originally and imagination. He left a large number of his pictures to the nation, among them being "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage," which now hangs in the National Gallery.


Tuck's Oilette Pier And Rough Sea
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Pier And Rough Sea
Bournemouth, Divided Back unused



Tuck's Oilette College Street
Title:
Tuck's Oilette College Street
York, Divided Back unused

Description:
This is one of the thoroughfares of York, more interesting to the lounger than the busy man. Old houses, with overhanging upper stories, look down on a square garden of grass and trees, and there comes through under its gate-house hardly a stir of the busy life of Parliament Street and the Shambles.


Tuck's Oilette The Serpentine Hyde Park
Title:
Tuck's Oilette The Serpentine Hyde Park
Hyde Park, Divided Back unused



Tuck's Oilette A Hampshire Garden near Southbourne
Title:
Tuck's Oilette A Hampshire Garden near Southbourne
Divided Back


Tuck's Oilette Collecting Faggots In The Forest
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Collecting Faggots In The Forest
Divided Back unused



Tuck's Oilette Chrysanthemums
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Chrysanthemums
Divided Back unused


Tuck's Oilette Chrysanthemums
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Chrysanthemums
Divided Back unused



Tuck's Oilette Flowers of the Field
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Flowers of the Field
Divided Back unused

Description:
Bounteous Autumn Spreads her hues of gold and purple Sir L. Morris


Tuck's Oilette Rough Seas
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Rough Seas
Divided Back unused



Tuck's Oilette Imperial Diet-Hall
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Imperial Diet-Hall
Berlin, Divided Back unused

Description:
This building stands on the eastern side of the Koenigsplatz; it was erected in 1884-94 from the designs of Paul Wallot. It is in the florid Italian Renaissance style and has four towers 195 feet high; its southern door is used by members of the Diet, and its eastern entrance by the Court and Council.


Tuck's Oilette Cliffs at Rottingdean, Near Brighton
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Cliffs at Rottingdean, Near Brighton
Divided Back unused



Tuck's Oilette Harz Mountains
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Harz Mountains
Divided Back unused

Description:
The "Wodan's Oak". This enormous tree is famous on account of its old age and is reputed to be the oldest oak in the forest. It is named after an old German heathen God.


Tuck's Oilette Elm Cottage, Hayes Common
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Elm Cottage, Hayes Common
Kent, Divided Back unused



Tuck's Oilette Sea Road
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Sea Road
Boscombe, Divided Back unused


Tuck's Oilette Killarney. (Upper Lake)
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Killarney. (Upper Lake)
Divided Back unused

Description:
Although smaller, has far grander scenery than the other lakes of Killarney. It is studded with numerous small islands, and encircled by mountains covered with sylvan foliage, rising abruptly from the water's edge, the whole forming a most beautiful and delightful panorama.



Tuck's Oilette Fragrant Meadows
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Fragrant Meadows
Divided Back


Tuck's Oilette Wargrave Caurch
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Wargrave Caurch
Divided Back unused

Description:
Wargrave Church is picturesquely situated near to the River Thames amid scenery which has delighted many an artist. It is dedicated to St. Mary, and is mixed Norman and later styles of architecture, the north doorway being generally ascribed to Saxon origin. The interior contains memorials to members of the Ximenes family, and also to Thomas Day, the author of "Sandfond and Merton." Roman coins have been found in the vicinity.



Tuck's Oilette Colleen Bawn Rock
Title:
Tuck's Oilette Colleen Bawn Rock
Divided Back unused

Description:
In the Middle Lake, Killarney, is close to the Brickeen Bridge. Here it was according to tradition, that the cruel Danny Mann flung the Colleen Bawn (the fair-haired girl) into the water. The rocks and headlands which abound at this part are the widest and highest in the lakes.


Man Going Home in Snow
Title:
Man Going Home in Snow
Divided Back PM 1910 Jan-13

Description:
Winter Scenes Series 9006



Kiings of the Air
Title:
Kiings of the Air
Divided Back PM 1911 May-1

Description:
Famous Airships Series 9302 A large number of aviators have made flights during strong winds of 11 to 16 yards traveling power in a second but generally, at present, flights are made during comparatively low winds of 7 to 8 yards traveling power in a second. As at sunset, there is generally less wind this time is the most favorable for flying trails. The postcard depicts the Kings of the Air, Latham, Wright, Farman and Bleriot.


Evening Glow - Sail Boats
Title:
Evening Glow - Sail Boats
Divided Back unused

Description:
Evening Glow Series 7159



Victorian Rifles Regimental Mascot - Wallaby
Title:
Victorian Rifles Regimental Mascot - Wallaby
Divided Back unused

Description:
Regimental Mascots Series 8820


S.S. Ivernia
Title:
S.S. Ivernia
Divided Back

Description:
Celebrated Liners - The Cunard Series 5106 S.S. Ivernia: 14,057 tonnage: 10,000 h.p. Built by Swan & Hunter, Newcastle.



Stratford-on-Avon
Title:
Stratford-on-Avon
Stratford-on-Avon, Divided Back unused

Description:
Stratford-on-Avon Series 7920


The Red Cross
Title:
The Red Cross
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Red Cross Series 8762



The Red Cross
Title:
The Red Cross
Divided Back

Description:
Oilette The Red Cross Series 8762


The Red Cross
Title:
The Red Cross
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Red Cross Series 8762



1st Life Guards A Scout
Title:
1st Life Guards A Scout
Divided Back unused

Description:
Harry Payne 1st Life Guards Series 8835


The Baths of Helwan
Title:
The Baths of Helwan
Divided Back unused

Description:
Wide-Wide World Series



St.Patrick Street
Title:
St.Patrick Street
Divided Back unused

Description:
Cork Series 7566


Rochester From Strood Pier - In Dickens Land
Title:
Rochester From Strood Pier - In Dickens Land
Divided Back unused



The Skippers Christmas dinner on board in stormy weather
Title:
The Skippers Christmas dinner on board in stormy weather
Divided Back unused

Description:
"YE MARINERS of ENGLAND"


The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls' House, Series 1 4500 No. 4500 Wine Cellar. The Wine Cellar of the Queen's Dolls' House is worthy of Royalty. Few cellars can have finer wines, real wines of the best brands, though in Lilliputian bottles. Champagne with the most famous labels, Ports and Burgundies, Sherries and Liqueurs to satisfy the taste, if not the thirst of the most exacting connoisseur. 43 varieties, all with their proper bottles, labels and corks complete and realistic down to the tiny cobwebs, not forgetting the Cellar Book, where everything is duly entered



The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Royal Nursery--Cradle, Baby Chair & Weighing Machine. The Nursery of the Queen's Dolls' House may be said to beggar all description. Everything that a child's heart could desire seems included with the useful and essential items shown in the picture. There is an elegant high chair for Baby, a handsome applewood and ivory cradle, 4 1/2 inches long, with the Prince of Wale's feathers on the hood, while on the post at the foot kneels a guardian angel with folded hands. The weiging machine would gauge the weight correctly of a baby one-twelfth life size


The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls' House Series VI Perambulator and Motor Cycle. Among the miniature but marvellous articles in the Garage of the Queen's Dolls' House, besides the Motor Cars and their accessories, spare tyres, etc., are a Motor Cycle, shown in the picture with a Sidecar comfortably upholstered, and a Perambulator emblazoned with the Royal monogram, which will be the envy of all babies



The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
Writing Desk and Chair in Queen's Bedroom. It would, we believe, be impossible to find any detail, however unimportant, passed over in the furnishing of the Queen's Dolls' House. Here we have a picture of the Writing Desk, a roll top that looks realistically serviceable and complete with its blue leather table, its neat pigeon holes and convenient drawers. It is difficult to realise that the desk is only 5 1/4 inches long. The Stationery Cabinet contains note-paper, stamped with the royal cipher and heading--Windsor Castle


The Queen's Dolls' House
Title:
The Queen's Dolls' House
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Queen's Dolls' House, Series II 4501 Some of the Library Furniture. No room could be more complete from the clock on the mantelpiece to the globe at either end, or the diminutive paper knife and pipe lying on the writing table. The picture shows the terrestrial globe, 3 1/4 inches high, the beautiful chess table with its tiny and exquisitely carved chessmen, and the revolving writing-table chair. Nothing seems to have been neglected to make the Queen's Dolls' House a perfect museum of miniature Arts and Crafts



Father Thames
Title:
Father Thames
Divided Back PM 1926 Aug-23


Sounding the "Turn Out"
Title:
Sounding the "Turn Out"
PM 1911 Oct-4

Description:
Harry Payne The Wild West Series 2630



Burnham Beeches
Title:
Burnham Beeches
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6219


Giraffe and Young in Forest Scene
Title:
Giraffe and Young in Forest Scene
Divided Back unused

Description:
Maude Scrivener In The Jungle Series 9154



Teddy Bear and Doll
Title:
Teddy Bear and Doll
Divided Back unused

Description:
Teddy Bar Series 549


Tiger Lying Down
Title:
Tiger Lying Down
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Description:
Wild Animals Series 8785 Closely related to the lion, to which it is not inferior in strength. The general colour is reddish brown, the under parts being white: head, body and limbs are striped with black, very conspicuous in young animals, but he intensity of the tints fades with age



Woodpeckers, Birds of Plumage Series
Title:
Woodpeckers, Birds of Plumage Series
Divided Back unused

Description:
Birds of Plumage Series 9779


Oyster-Catcher or Sea-Pie
Title:
Oyster-Catcher or Sea-Pie
Divided Back PM 1907

Description:
The Oyster Catcher is one of the most retiring of the Plover tribe and very difficult to approach. Shell fish form a large part of its diet, for the opening of which its hard, chisel-tipped bill is well adapted. From its black and white plumage it is also called the Sea-pie



Young Dandie Dinmont Terrier by Maud West-Watson
Title:
Young Dandie Dinmont Terrier by Maud West-Watson
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Dandie Dinmont came originally from the Border country. He became popular about 100 years ago. He was originally entirely a sporting terrier. He is very intelligent and affectionate, a good guard and house-dog, and a great fighter under small provocation. He is a very game dog--a splendid ratter. The Dandie is of two colours, "mustard" (fawn colour) and "pepper" (grey). He has a long tail, with very short legs, very large and lustrous eyes, and has a light tuft of hair on his forehead


A Hackney Stallion and Dog
Title:
A Hackney Stallion and Dog
Divided Back unused

Description:
Man's Best Friend Series 3052



Famous British Cattle: Sussex Oxen
Title:
Famous British Cattle: Sussex Oxen
Divided Back

Description:
Sussex Oxen. Although in former days oxen were among the most popular animals for draught purposes in agriculture, of recent years their use in that connection has gone out of favour. Still, however, in many parts of England they may yet be found yoked to the plough in the same manner as a hundred years ago. After the original painting by N. Drummond. Betail fameux anglais


Birds of Plumage - Love Birds
Title:
Birds of Plumage - Love Birds
Divided Back unused

Description:
Schmidt Birds of Plumage Series 9772



Eagles on Cliff by Hans Schmidt
Title:
Eagles on Cliff by Hans Schmidt
Divided Back

Description:
Adler Series 584B


Early Spring
Title:
Early Spring
Divided Back unused

Description:
Faithful Friends Series 3297



Six Birds Rest on a Branch
Title:
Six Birds Rest on a Branch
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 9957 Tom Tits and Chaffinches


Tiger and Cubs - In the Jungle
Title:
Tiger and Cubs - In the Jungle
Divided Back PM 1906



The White Hart, Hook, Surrey
Title:
The White Hart, Hook, Surrey
Divided Back unused

Description:
In Dickens Land Series 1350


Farm Scene with Cows and Geese
Title:
Farm Scene with Cows and Geese
PM 1907 Mar-20



Good Friends - Horses & Turkeys
Title:
Good Friends - Horses & Turkeys



Land's End
Title:
Land's End
Divided Back unused

Description:
Rough Seas Series 7062 The howling margin of the Main



A Blizzard
Title:
A Blizzard
Divided Back PM 1910 Dec-20

Description:
Life In Russia Series I, 9263 A Blizzard, the dread of the Russian Traveler. These sudden and fierce storms are frequently met with on the plains of central Russia and especially in winter time. The Wind blows with hurricane force and the air in laden with snow and sleet rendering progress difficult and well high impossible; terror seizes the horses and off times despair lavs hold on the man, so that unless help is bear both are doomed to miserable end."


Christmas Greetings
Title:
Christmas Greetings
Divided Back unused

Description:
M. Morris Oilette Series II



Gluckliches Neujahx
Title:
Gluckliches Neujahx
Divided Back PM 1913 Dec-14

Description:
Oilette Series


Holland The Arresleede
Title:
Holland The Arresleede
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette Series 7556 The Arresleede is a picturesque sleigh in use during the Dutch winters, which are often very severe. The horse's shoes are spiked; the driver takes up a position behind the occupant of the sleigh. In winter sleighing is the favorite mode of conveyance in the water abounding country of Holland."



The Letter
Title:
The Letter
Divided Back unused

Description:
Oilette De Luxe Series 3801 Early Victorian.


The Optimist For 1916 Kewpie
Title:
The Optimist For 1916 Kewpie
Divided Back unused

Description:
Fums Up! That's Me! Series 8825C Fums Up! That's me! Fumps Up! Such a quaint little figure of a cute baby Mercury, the emblem of luck on his forehead and a touch of ancient Rome in the upturned thumb, handed down from the Gladiator Days through a United allied Italy) to the Londoner of to-day, in the popular phrase - Thumbs Up! This lucky Symbol, expressive of the confidence deep rooted in the hearts of Britain and her Allies that right will triumph over Might and that our just cause will emerge crowned by a glorious Victory leading to a largest peace is brought home to you by a Mascot."



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