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Whitstable in an oyster shell.

Dundee; and London : Valentines & Sons, [approximately 1930]
Physical Description:
1 postcard : color illustrations ; 10 x 14 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA690.W45 W458 1930 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Friends of British Art Fund
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Novelty postcard. Oyster shell on a beach with a movable flap which when raised reveals a folded paper with illustrations of Whitstable.
"To open raise flap."
"Printed paper mailing novelty. Shape passed by the G.P.O. for printed paper postage rate."
BAC: British Art Center coppy addressed to Mr. & Ms. Smart. Hotel Sallea. Cannes France with following message: Dear Ted and Elise, We are where the oysters come from. Sorry you are not here. From: "The workers" With cancelled 2p stamp. Postmark illegible.
Subject Terms:
Keepsakes -- England -- Whitstable -- 1930.
Souvenirs (Keepsakes)
Whitstable (England) -- Pictorial works.
Accordion fold format (Binding).
Postage stamps.
Valentine & Sons, publisher.

  • Coast Guard Station, Whitstable
  • Tankerton Tower, Whitstable
  • The Shrubbery, Whitstable
  • All Saints Church, Whitstable
  • Tankerton Beach, Whitstable
  • Hotel & Shrubbery, Tankerton
  • Whitstable Harbour
  • High Street, Whitstable
  • Wave Crest, Whitstable
  • The Cliffs West, Tankerton
  • Tankerton Road, Whitsable
  • The Cliffs East, Tankerton.

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