Grumpy old fart!!!

"If you talk to God you're religious. If God talks to you, you're psychotic."

A souvenir from France (J. K. 9073)

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Lily Elsie (Rotary 1656 T)

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Maude Fealy – Rotophot – 1904

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Ivy Close (Rotary A. 117 – 3) 1912

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H – (Reutlinger of Paris – 877-8) 1906

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Saint Ives, Bridge – 5th September 1908

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Treasured Memories – (Ernest Nister, London Series 28, Printed in Bavaria) 1905

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Cleo de Merode – Reutlinger of Paris – 1908

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Vintage Sunday

 

Apologies for the late Vintage Sunday, out finding more postcards 😀

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Central London Sick Asylum c1900

Someone was kind enough to share this picture with me after posting, Central London Sick Asylum c1900 which I bought at a postcards fair,

the Dr and Matron are in both, the person sharing said a relative worked there in the early 1900’s,

it’s always good to be able to add some context to social history postcards that often don’t even have an individual’s name noted.

 

 

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