08/11/2018

UNTITLED

CONCORDE

Black and White photograph

Published by

COOPER

A COOPER POSTCARD

Ref: No. 74

Printed in a hand numbered limited edition of 40

(This is No. 9 of 40)

 

This is from a superb long running series of Concorde related postcards, all issued in a very low number, by a member of the Concorde Study Circle. Most, if not all, of the images appear in this series on postcard for the first time.

 

08/11/2018

LAUNCHING THE LIFEBOAT

Published by

J. SALMON LTD

Ref: 1 – 99 – 00 – 08

 

Lifeboat postcards are quite common, but still have quite a large range of collectors seeking them out. This one here is what I think you would class as an ‘action shot’.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

This card has had some really-nice additional printing applied. All of the red printing has been applied here:

GOODAGH THIED LHAA [?]

(First Day Cover)

150th anniversary

 

TOWER OF REFUGE

DOUGLAS, ISLE OF MAN

 

FOR THOSE IN PERIL ON THE SEA!

 

……………..Coxswain

 

There is also some additional blue printing as well:

 

Royal National

Lifeboat Institution

 

Son ad t’ayns gaue tooilleil er’ n cheayn !

 

I also like the fact that an image of the Tower of Refuge has been added in black as well. The combination of all of this is attractive and eye catching in my mind. The card has also been signed by the Coxswain of the Douglas isle of Man lifeboat as well, an additional bonus.

The thing which really catches the eye is the applied stamp, the Isle of Man 10p ‘150th Anniversary of Royal National Lifeboat Institution’ (SG 45), the top value in the set. The stamp has been cancelled first day of issue – 4th March 1974 – with a PORT ERIN, ISLE-OF-MAN circular date stamp.   

 

08/11/2018

HENRY VIII

1491 – 547

WOODEN POSTCARD

Published by LITTLE HISTORIES

Sold in the

HISTORIC ROYAL PALACES

 

I don’t think I have shown this one before, I bought it at the same time as buying a wooden Raven related postcard which I know I have depicted. Still, it’s a lovely card and if I have shown it before it is one worth a second look, and if not, it is a cracking card which deserves to be shown.

I bought this one a couple of years ago on a visit to the gift shop for the Tower of London.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE WOODEN POSTCARD

 

 

08/11/2018

THE LONDON CYCLISTS

BRITISH RECRUITMENT POSTER,

PRE-FIRST WORLD WAR,

1912

Poster by

ERNEST IBBETSON

Published by the

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM (LONDON)

Ref: PP01447

 

The Imperial War Museum has an amazing collection of posters, many of which have rarely or never appeared on postcard before being published by the Imperial War Museum. This one here is a lovely design and is one that I have not previously seen on any postcard or any of the WW1 era books I have read.

With Armistice day, and its 100th anniversary, coming up in just a few days I have a few postcards from this era or relating to it which I shall be posting between now and then.

 

 

08/11/2018

SPITFIRE MARK VB

CANADIAN SQUADRON

R.A.F.

From a painting by

THOMAS FISHBURN

Published by

J. ARTHUR DIXON

(A DIXON PRODUCTION)

Ref: T. 8823

 

I have a range of postcards which depict the Spitfire planes, in many of their various ‘Mark’ versions. I collect both photographic and artwork images.

 

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This card has a Jersey 3 ½ p PORTELET BAY definitive stamp (SG 48), part of the definitive set issued in 1970. This stamp has been cancelled with a nice 14th September 1974 JERSEY – BATTLE OF BRITAIN special hand stamp. It was this combination of spitfire postcard and Battle of Britain cancel which appealed to me.

 

07/11/2018

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

NEW ORLEANS SQUARE

DISNEYLAND

Untitled but has pirate with many hats stepping into row boat

Official Disneyland theme park postcard

Ref: 010512

 

This postcard is from the Disneyland theme park in California, which I have not visited, but many of the characters and pirate animatronics are the same here and in the attraction of the same name at Walt Disney World in Florida. This pirate depicted here certainly can be found at both attractions.

This postcard depicts one of the many original sketches used in creating the original Disneyland attraction. It is one postcard from what is quite a large set, as you will see below, although I do not have a complete set myself (yet).

I have decided to start of this posting selection with this specific postcard for a specific reason, and that is that I recently had the great pleasure of seeing the original hand drawn and coloured sketch which is depicted on this card. On the 24th October I was in San Francisco for my last day of the recent trip across America. To end our holiday Jo and I visited ‘The Walt Disney Family Museum’ located in an area of Presidio Park. On our visit we got to see a special exhibition titled ‘NINE OLD MEN – WALT DISNEY’S MASTERS OF ANIMATION’. In this exhibit they had the original of this picture on display. I recognised it immediately and was delighted to see it for real.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

The cards depicted here all have the same reverse layout, with the exception, of the individual reference numbers

 

 

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

NEW ORLEANS SQUARE

DISNEYLAND

Untitled but has pirate skeleton with seagull on its hat

Official Disneyland theme park postcard

Ref: 010504

 

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

NEW ORLEANS SQUARE

DISNEYLAND

Untitled but has pirate sitting on a case of chickens

Official Disneyland theme park postcard

Ref: 010506

 

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

NEW ORLEANS SQUARE

DISNEYLAND

Untitled but has drunken pirates on rowing boat

Official Disneyland theme park postcard

Ref: 010509

 

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

NEW ORLEANS SQUARE

DISNEYLAND

Untitled but has drunken pirate sat on barrels of explosives

Official Disneyland theme park postcard

Ref: 010505

 

(TOP)

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

NEW ORLEANS SQUARE

DISNEYLAND

Untitled but this one shows the iconic animatronic scene of the pirate prisoners trying to coax the gaoler’s dog to bring the cell keys to them. This scene was so iconic of the ride that it appears in the first Pirates of the Caribbean feature film.  

Official Disneyland theme park postcard

Ref: 010513

 

(BOTTOM)

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

NEW ORLEANS SQUARE

DISNEYLAND

Untitled but has pirate skeleton laid in a shallow sandy grave

Official Disneyland theme park postcard

Ref: 010503

 

(TOP)

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

NEW ORLEANS SQUARE

DISNEYLAND

Untitled but has pirate laid across the top of a cannon

Official Disneyland theme park postcard

Ref: 010507

 

(BOTTOM)

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

NEW ORLEANS SQUARE

DISNEYLAND

Untitled but has an old pirate being chased by a plump and eager woman

Official Disneyland theme park postcard

Ref: 010511

 

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

NEW ORLEANS SQUARE

DISNEYLAND

Untitled but has pirates sat on ale barrels with a Cockrill on the top. If I am right the wide eager eyes on these pirates are here because they are watching the auction of the captive ladies (the scene with the red-haired lady in red which was changed last year because it was deemed sexist – they changed the red haired and red dressed lady into a pirate lady taking part in the events from the other side)   

Official Disneyland theme park postcard

Ref: 010510

 

Assuming this set started with 010501 (it could of course have started with 010500, but until I have such a numbered card I will have to wait and see) then I am missing the following numbers:

010501

010502

010508

And any which number higher than 010513, which is the highest numbered card I have here. I shall enjoy looking out for the rest  

 

 

07/11/2018

UNTITLED

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Published by

paperchase

no Reference number

 

This delightful card is a new one to branches of paperchase. I found it on Saturday in the paperchase in the Bluewater shopping centre in Kent.

 

07/11/2018

WHITE STAR LINE

TWIN-SCREW S.S. “MEDIC”

12.222 TONS

Painting by

MONTAGUE B. BLACK

Official company issue postcard

 

The SS Medic was launched on 15th December 1898 and entered service in August 1899 as one of five ‘Jubilee Class’ ocean liners built specifically to service the Liverpool - Cape Town – Sydney route. She carried up to 320 third class passenger but was mainly a cargo ship as she had seven cargo holds which could handle substantial amounts of cargo including Australian meat which was carried in refrigerated holds, which most on board holds were.

The ships name was from the ancient Persian region of Media. She had a long service with White Star but was sold in 1928 to a Norway based company for £35,000. She was then turned into a whale factory ship and renamed the ‘HEKTORIA’. She had a ramp installed in the stern and was fitted out with 18 large cargo tanks for the whale oil.

In 1932 the ship returned to the British register, but she remained involved in the whaling trade. At the start of World War II she was requisitioned by the Ministry of War Transport to be used as an oil tanker. On the 12th September 1942 she was torpedoed and sunk by the German U-Boat U-608. Only one crew member lost his life. The other 76 crew members, 8 gunners and the master were picked up by the Canadian corvette HMCS ARVIDA.       

 

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07/11/2018

LIDO-VENEZIA

EXCELSIOR PALACE HOTEL

La gaia vita di spiaggia

(Da un acquarello di Fortunino Matania)

The gay life of the beach

(It gives an acquaintance of Fortunino Matania)

Published by

SOCIETA ANONIMA STAB. ARTI GRAFICHE ALFIERI & LACROIX. MILANO

 

This is an Italian art card which I think was probably either a free hotel postcard, or possibly, although less likely, a postcard which could be bought at the hotel for sending. I think the hotel would have liked the free publicity of such a card being sent out, so I suspect the postcard was originally free to those who were staying here. This has a superb picture on it whatever.

 

07/11/2018

BROKEN PIER

SOUTHEND ON SEA

NOV 23RD 1908

Unknown Local Publisher

 

This is an interesting postcard and one which turns up more often than you might think, although its value does fluctuate as I have seen it at £4 and at £19, so shopping around dealers is recommended for this one. This is, as mentioned before, the Pier in my home town. Over its long lifespan it has suffered a number of disasters including this one in 1908, which thanks to my local history book collection I know was as a result of the Pier being hit by the Thames conservancy hulk ‘Marlborough’. I think this is a cracking photograph and a superb example of local history on postcard.

 

07/11/2018

WAVE

FROM THE INSTALLATION

‘BLOOD SWEPT LANDS AND SEAS OF RED’

By

Paul Cummings

Installation designed by

Tom Piper

HM TOWER OF LONDON 2014

Published by the

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM

Ref: PP01705

 

This is a companion card to the one I depicted yesterday. It depicts a different part of the Tower and a specific part of the installation from 2014. As stated yesterday I did visit this 2014 installation and thought it was superb, so good in fact that I ended up buying one of the ceramic poppies (and I was glad that I bought mine so early on as they sold out much quicker than I anticipated).

I have posted this one because, again as stated yesterday, I returned to the Tower last night for this year’s commemoration of the Armistice installation called ‘Beyond the Deepening Shadow’. This time they have 10,000 torches which are lit and illuminate the moat. It is an impressive sight, perhaps not quite as visually stunning as the 2014 poppies, as depicted here, but still something worthy of this commemoration and an impressive sight.

 

PHOTOGRAPH

06/11/2018

One of my photographs from last night

 

PHOTOGRAPH

06/11/2018

Another of my photographs, which as with the one above was taken whilst I was down in the moat area. The Towers Beefeaters were in attendance and stood amongst the lit torches. I have seen Beefeaters before, but this was the first time I had seen so many of them. They are of course the Yeoman Wardens of Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, otherwise more commonly known as the Beefeaters, the guardians of the Tower of London.

 

PHOTOGRAPH

06/11/2018

Although the area of the moat was a great place to see the installation up close (this area was ticketed) you could also see the installation from the walkway beside the Tower up onto Tower Bridge and this was a great place to take photographs from and is from where this one was taken.

 

TICKET

My ticket for last night’s event

 

WEEPING WINDOW

FROM THE INSTALLATION

‘BLOOD SWEPT LANDS AND SEAS OF RED’

By

Paul Cummings

Installation designed by

Tom Piper

HM TOWER OF LONDON 2014

Published by the

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM

Ref: PP01702

 

Another of the postcards depicting the 2014 installation. Considering how popular this was there were not that many postcards published which depict aspects of it.

 

06/11/2018

WEEPING WINDOW

FROM THE INSTALLATION

‘BLOOD SWEPT LANDS AND SEAS OF RED’

By

Paul Cummings

Installation designed by

Tom Piper

HM TOWER OF LONDON 2014

Published by the

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM

Ref: PP01703

 

I am visiting the Tower of London again today, I did visit in 2014 and saw the excellent and moving exhibition of ceramic poppies which are depicted on this postcard. Tonight, I am visiting to see the new 2018 Armistice exhibit which involves the lighting of 10,000 torches which are again scattered around the Castles moat area. We have special tickets to enter the moat so will be up close to the torches and getting a ringside view. This postcard here seemed an obvious choice for today’s posting before I leave.

 

05/11/2018

POSTAL CHEQUE ACCOUNT –

BEACUASE IT IS SO EASY

Official Denmark issued postcard

JOHNSEN + JOHNSEN A/S KOBENHAVN (Copenhagen)

Ref: Postkort nr. [postcard number] 14

 

I have a particular interest in official and non-official postal history related postcards. This one is from Denmark and the poster cartoon was used to promote the Postal Cheque Account, back when cheques were much more common, before the days of paypal and internet bank transfer options. This is a nice piece of modern postal history.

 

05/11/2018

UNTITLED

Women in red bathing suit

Published by

LOESCHEN

A LOESCHEN CARD

LONDON – ENGLAND

Ref: 119

1195

 

There is no date on this postcard, and no descriptive text or title which could help us to accurately date this postcard. Therefore, we are left with the style of the swimsuit which to me looks 1950’s. or maybe late 1940’s, but of course this does not mean that this is not a later issued postcard depicting an earlier photograph. This is still a nice card though whenever it was issued.

 

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05/11/2018

UNTITLED

Large Sized Postcard

Published by

B-OK LONDON

WITH PIZZAZ

Ref: 9

 

I cannot resist any postcard which has a police theme. This large postcard is a very simple one consisting of a boxed cartoon placed on a colour photograph of Tower Bridge, London. This would have been a cheap postcard for tourists to the city to send home to friends and relatives.

 

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05/11/2018

PARIS 1900

PLACE BLANCHE – LE MOULIN ROUGE

Published by

PHOTO DESOYE

EDITION LANCHERE

Ref: 12

 

I have not been to Paris (it is on my ‘must do’ list), but if I ever do get to visit, I would want to visit and at least see the outside of this famous theatre. This image here is, I assume, from the year 1900 and depicts a lovely rustic looking old scene of this famous windmill topped structure. This photographic postcard was another of my ‘Cheap Box’ finds.

 

PARIS 1900

ENCOMBREMENT

Published by

PHOTO DESOYE

EDITION LANCHERE

Ref: 13

 

This is clearly another card in the same series as the above postcard. This one has a lot of transport interest contained within it. There is a lovely line of old trams, or trolley buses. It is a delightful picture, which I again have to assume was taken in the year 1900.

 

04/11/2018

MUNCHEN

(MUNICH)

BAVARIA MIT RUHMESHALLE

Published by

WILHELM(?) HOFFMAN

A. G. DRESDEN

Ref: 2569

 

It is the statue in the centre of this photograph which is called ‘Bavaria’. It was by Ludwig Schwanthaler. The Ruhmeshalle (which means ‘Hall of Fame) is the impressive columned building across the back of this picture. This was designed by Leon Von Klenze for Ludwig I of Bavaria.

This was a recent find, although I can’t remember exactly where I sourced this from but having said that I do know why I bought it. Like many of the view postcards in my collection (but by no means all) this was bought because it is something which I have seen for real. Jo and I visited Munich some years ago, certainly over ten years (possibly it was 2006) and on one day we visited the world famous ‘Octoberfest’ which is laid out in massive building size tents around the area which fronts this depicted building. The Octoberfest is a great event and we enjoyed it emensely, especially Jo, as she does drink.... and did, but as someone who does not drink I still had a great time here and I got to have a walk around and see this great building and statue.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

This postcard was posted from Munich to England in 1907, there is a hand-written date on the front of the card which is 05/06/07. The stamp applied here has been cancelled with a double-ring MUNCHEN cancellation which is dated 5 (then I assume JUNE, but this part of the cancel is not clear) 07.

 

04/11/2018

UNTITLED

SOUTHEND ON SEA LANDMARKS

Overlaid with the Union Jack flag

Published by

And artwork by:

CHARLIE STENNER

Copyright 2017

 

PIER TRAIN

 

I came across these postcards last week in a local Greetings cards shop in one of the shopping centres here in Southend-on-Sea where I live. Now, these are probably only going to appeal to those either interested in local history, local landmarks and, or, who collect Southend themed postcards. They would also possibly appeal to tourists to the town as well, but I doubt many would come across them here in this card shop as it is a little out of the way for a tourist visit.

This Pier Train one is my favourite of the three, and the only one which could possibly have a wider interest because of the train theme connection.

Being a local and a collector I loved these and was delighted to be have come across them and to add them to my collection.       

 

UNTITLED

SOUTHEND ON SEA LANDMARKS

Overlaid with the Union Jack flag

Published by

And artwork by:

CHARLIE STENNER

Copyright 2017

 

THE KURSAAL

AND THE SEAFRONT

AS SEEN FROM THE SEA

 

UNTITLED

SOUTHEND ON SEA LANDMARKS

Overlaid with the Union Jack flag

Published by

And artwork by:

CHARLIE STENNER

Copyright 2017

 

THE CLIFF LIFT

 

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04/11/2018

JULIET

By

JESSICA HYDE

Published by

AVANTCARD AUSTRALIA

Ref: #13509

Issued in 2010

 

Although I don’t collect stamps in the same way as I collect Postcards (life would be very expensive if I also collected all the stamps I liked! I do buy some stamps, anything TV related and odd bits and pieces as souvenirs of trips, holidays and stamp exhibitions) I do still have an interest in stamps and like to look out for anything that illustrates stamps on postcard. So, it was the stamps incorporated into this piece of artwork that appealed to me when I first saw it.

 

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04/11/2018

GET YOUR CONGRESSMEN

TO VOTE FOR THE

PANAMA – PACIFIC

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION

AT THE EXPOSITION CITY

SAN FRANCISCO – 1915

CALIFORNIA GUARANTEES AN EXPOSITION

THAT WILL BE A CREDIT

TO THE NATION

Official Exposition 1915 Postcard

 

This was one of my Mount Dora flea (antique) market buys earlier this summer. I like these exhibition/exposition poster design postcards and prefer them to the more traditional photographic postcards which depict the structures put up for these events.

This exposition (also more commonly known as a ‘World’s Fair’) was held in San Francisco from 20th February to the 4th December 1915. It was set up to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal, but according to some of the websites I have read it was widely seen in the city as being an opportunity to show how the city had recovered from the 1906 earthquake. The exposition clearly ran for many months and it had, apparently, 18,876,438 visitors (that’s a very precise number!)

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

This copy was posted from Red Bluff, a city in California, in October 1915, so it was posted whilst the exposition was still going on in San Francisco.

 

04/11/2018

DISNEY CRUISE LINE

SHIP POSTCARDS

 

DISNEY CRUISE LINE

OFFICIAL SHIP POSTCARD

THE FANTASY SHIP

Official Disney Cruise Line Postcard

 

Each of the Disney cruise line ships has its own postcard depicting that ocean liner. These are not cheap, but they do make a nice souvenir of any Disney cruise. This is a mint one from my 2018 Caribbean cruise.

 

DISNEY CRUISE LINE

OFFICIAL SHIP POSTCARD

THE FANTASY SHIP

Official Disney Cruise Line Postcard

 

SIGNED BY THE CAPTAIN OF THE Disney Cruise Line ship FANATASY

Captain Marco

 

On most, if not all, as I believe, Disney cruises the ships Captain has one onboard signing session, which is normally around half an hour and during which passengers can have items signed. I have been on two Disney cruises and on the first I had a postcard signed by that captain, so on this latest cruise I wanted to get at least one other card signed (I ended up getting two). The Captain onboard this recent trip was Captain Marco. This is one of my two signed cards.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD(S)

 

DISNEY CRUISE LINE

OFFICIAL SHIP POSTCARD

THE WONDER SHIP

Official Disney Cruise Line Postcard

 

Sometimes you do not have to be on the actual Disney ship to pick up a Disney Cruise Line ship postcard. This year I was on the Fantasy, but later when I was in Orlando I visited one of the Disney outlet shops and found this postcard on sale inside for the bargain price of $2.99, which gives you a good idea of just how expensive the cards are when sold on board, normally $5+ (which is a lot, but normally your best opportunity to pick a copy up). This has the same reverse side as the above two cards (identical except for the numbers underneath the barcode).

 

DISNEY CRUISE LINE

OFFICIAL SHIP POSTCARD

THE MAGIC SHIP

Official Disney Cruise Line Postcard

 

This card was also bought in the same Disney outlet shop in Orlando that I got the above Wonder ship card. This again has the same basic reverse outline. It was the Magic which we had our first Disney cruise on in the Mediterranean some years back.

 

DISNEY CRUISE LINE

CAPTAIN MICKEY

MICKEY MOUSE ART DESIGN

Larger A5 (ish) sized art card

Official Disney Cruise Line Postcard Issue

 

Another postcard which is only available onboard the cruise line ships (unless at any future point some copies end up in one of the Disney outlet stores back on the mainland)

 

DISNEY CRUISE LINE

CAPTAIN MICKEY

MICKEY MOUSE ART DESIGN

Larger A5 (ish) sized art card

Official Disney Cruise Line Postcard Issue

 

It was a copy of this Captain Mickey Mouse postcard that I got signed as my second postcard by the captain of the Fantasy, Captain Marco

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

PHOTOGRAPH

2018

On board the Disney Cruise Ship ‘Fantasy’

Me and my grandson Leo with Captain Marco. Thats my postcards on the desk in front of Captain Marco. This is how you can turn postcards into more than just a pictorial souvenir and make them into a momento - who says postcard collecting is dull?  

 

 

04/11/2018

DOCTOR WHO

JODIE WHITTAKER

ART CARD

Plain Backed

Unknown Artist (although the artist has signed this actual card)

 

I bought This plain backed postcard sized art card in Orlando, Florida, in a special shop located in the ‘City Walk’ area of the Universal Studios Theme Park complex way back in July of this year on my first US holiday of 2018. At the time it was only the second image on a card that I had found of the new Doctor, who was still nearly three months from making her first TV appearance in this guise. Both the first postcard (although again plain backed), posted on the webpage prior to obtaining this card, and the second postcard (or if you want to be more precise, the first actual real postcard), already posted to the webpage previously but obtained and posted after buying this card here, had been found before the first new episode aired. When I saw this beautiful, and original image I knew, despite the high (very high!) cost, that I had to have it. I have now caught up with the new episodes (there is another one tonight, as I am typing this) since my holiday, I missed the first three episodes. So, I thought it was about time this appeared on the webpage (I posted it on the sites facebook page when I bought it).

If anyone knows who the artist was I would love to know.

 

04/11/2018

There is a new TAB added today, a one-off addition in which I have depicted all my Route 66 postcards bought on my recent holiday across the US. I have done this rather than flood the main webpage page with these postcards. This new tab is titled:

 

ROUTE 66, America’s iconic highway

 

This Tab contains images of 36 different Route 66 postcards all bought during my brief period within the Route 66 area around Flagstaff, Williams and the Grand Canyon. These were mainly bought in a few days in and around the 19th October 2018.

 

 

04/11/2018

LE ROI LION

DISNEY

(THE LION KING)

Unknown Printer

Although the copyright is shown as Disney, on both sides, there is no other informative text on this postcard.

 

I would love to find out the source of this postcard. The title of ‘Le Roi Lion’ is the French title of the Disney film so immediately you are led to believe this is a French issue. What surprises me is the uses of a piece of artwork on the left side with two costumed characters from what I take to be the musical version of the films story. Therefore, I am going to guess that this card was sold, or given away (unlikely I think), as either a promotional item or a souvenir of seeing the musical whilst it was playing in France. A nice and unusual Disney Themed Postcard   

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

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