Post Cards of the White City

Part 13.

by

Bill Tonkin

This finishes the listing of the Rotary post cards which was started in the winter 1999 Journal, If any member can fill any of the many gaps I should be pleased to have details.

6952 H Beneath the Revolving Flip-Flap.

D. ‘POST CARD’ measures 40mm, without full stop.

6952 I The Cascade.

C. ‘POST CARD’ measures 39mm, with full stop. Vert right.

6952 J General View.

D. ‘POST CARD’ measures 40mm, without full stop.

6952 K Court of Honour by Night.

D. ‘POST CARD’ measures 40mm, without full stop.

6952 L Court of Honour by Night.

D. ‘POST CARD’ measures 40mm, without full stop.

6952 M The Cascade by Night.

C. ‘POST CARD’ measures 39mm, without full stop. Vert right.

6952 O Birds-eye View.

D. ‘POST CARD’ measures 40mm, without full stop.

6952 R Latin America.

C. ‘POST CARD’ measures 39mm, without full stop.

6952 T Fine Art Palace.

D. ‘POST CARD’ measures 40mm, without full stop.

6952 W Life-Saving at Sea Appliances.

D. ‘POST CARD’ measures 40mm, without full stop.

6952 X Elite Gardens.

D. ‘POST CARD’ measures 40mm, without full stop.

Franco-British Exhibition, Type 17. 6971. Photographic Series. Several cards are known with 6971 on the front. This is a misprint and should be 6791, they are entered under that series.

Japan-British Exhibition, Type 18. 9931. Photographic Series. Sepia R/Photo, brown back. Only one card is known of this series which may have been published for the Japan-British Exhibition. It has a non exhibition postmark for July 8 1910 so the date is right. It is a card showing a couple in amourous daliance with the lady in Japanese costume, in a studio with a Japanese type back cloth but different from the Millar & Lang and Tuck series.

9931 E "Oh these Geisha Lips!"

E. ‘POST CARD’ in a large thin font measures 40mm, with full stop.

Vert right.

Index

© Exhibition Study Group 2000