Dating uk postcards
Online dating hoger opgeleiden acknowledgement to reference books, including The Dictionary of Picture Postcards in Britain - by A W Coysh for providing some of the dates above.
The address side usually carried the words "The address only dating a white guy reddit be written only on this side" or similar. Postcard Advert Here is a postcard advertising photographic material, including "sensitized postcards of all kinds".
In the Post Office specified the sizes of postcard that were allowed: The earliest UK postcards were issued in The divided back allowed for one side of the card to be used for both the address and a dating uk postcards seperated by a central line. I have a second example of this card, with identical picture and back, but without the printed decoration, posted in October Many photographers and publishers have produced views of Edinburgh.
This was originally interpreted as meaning that nothing could be hayden dating on the address side of a postcard.
If the cards have been posted, the postmark date can establish the latest possible date dating sites warwickshire a postcard was produced - sometimes the date is not legible, so the stamps used can be a guide.
By moving the picture up and to the left more space has been provided for the message. The first publisher to include pictures to the cards is believed to have been George Stewart of 92 George Street, Edinburgh. Mr Hartmann soon had his cards, with their divided backs, on the market, and other card manufacturers rapidly followed. This card was produced by C.
Undated the address side has not been used but clearly early. Postcard Traders Association Stamps on Postcards - a guide to dating cards We hope you find this guide useful but it should be used with caution, stamps in circulation could and can! This one was posted in Little Gaddesden, and went to France via Berkhamsted. The opposite space may be used for Inland Communication Post Office Regulations Address only below The publisher of this card is not known, but the instructions have all been put on the address side - maximising the areas for the message.
Postage rates were sometimes printed on the backs of early UK postcards.
However, in some cases many years, or even decades, passed from the time that a photograph for a dating uk postcards was taken or the time that a postcard was first published to the time of posting. I may be able to help.
The picture and coat of arms were used in an earlier undivided back card q.
Dating Frith's postcards to 1940
Postage Rates Please click one of the images below to see examples of stamps on postcards. They probably produced very small numbers of each post cards which then found their way into family albums and collections. From around September onwards, postcard manufacturers began to issue cards with a line drawn down the middle of the back to show where the message and address should be written.
Stamps for King Edwards reign were issued on 1st January Links to Other Pages. The address was written on one side.
Back - The Beginnings - The Undivided back. The picture is of St Albans Abbey from a similar position to the previous picture.
The other side could be a complete picture or photograph. The card is identified by "Printed by Valentine Ltd, Dundee".
The two Watford cards both have the publisher information on the picture side, while the similarly styled St Albans card has the publisher information on the address side - again suggesting that the Watford cards are older.
These can help to determine the date of publication. Types and Dates of Postcards.