I love to collect commemorative things. It really all started when we bought our late Victorian house and we wanted to decorate the house with some plates and alike from the Victorian age. We then spotted some plates and saucers that were made to commemorate the Jubilees of 1887 & 1897 for Queen Victoria and suddenly an obsession was born. Gradually we acquired small items that were produced to celebrate a particular event and this postcard is one of those items.
Produced for the Franco - British Exhibition, held in London England in 1908.
Notice, how the sender has fixed the stamp to the front of the card, rather than the back.
Submitted as part of Postcard Friendship Friday hosted by The Best Hearts are Crunchy
Wonderful, I just adore visiting collectors fairs for postcards.ReplyDelete
Wonderful card. Looks like a real gem. Happy PFF!ReplyDelete
It's a beautiful card. I like the message too, explaining that they'd found a cheaper place to stay!ReplyDelete
I love your card. Wow, what a fabulous site.ReplyDelete
this is beautiful! vintage.ReplyDelete