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"10703 Swansea" showing a panoramic view from a high vantage point, numeral in gray at the top is very faint (as issued); unused color postcard, 2 internal creases (one long, most easily discerned from the back), light toning near the back edges from album. $3.25 w
"12127 / Aber Bridge" unused postcard printed in Saxony for the Wrench Series, heavily toned back, mild corner rounding. Prior to its construction in 1900, a ferry operated by David Charles Pritchard served the purpose. Replaced by a swing bridge in 1970. $6.00 wg*
"13244 From Gt. Orme's Head, / Llandudno." color post card printed in Saxony for the Wrench Series, mild corner wear & rounding, back toned from album contact also shows a water stain at the bottom right. Circa 1905 - 1910. $2.50 w
"13727 / Pont-y-Paip, Bettws-y-Coed." including a stone bridge in the foreground, color postcard printed in Saxony for The Wrench Series (13727), toning along the back edges from album contact. The area is noted for its beautiful river scenery, as confirmed here. $5.00 wb%
"1930 SWALLOW FALLS BETWS-Y-COED" real photo postcard with hard-to-read caption, from Judges Ltd., unused. $2.00
"1MCC Langland Bay, Gower Photo: Andy Williams, A. R. P. S., F. R. S.A." unused chrome post card printed in England. $1.00
"20955 Tyn-y-Groes Waterfall." and a bit of the surrounding Coed-y-Brenin forest in color, vertical format, corner weakened by crease in caption area, uneven toning from album contact (especially noticeable at the corners & edges), corner rounding. Still, an uncommon postcard. $3.25 ww(w)
"22929. Snowdon from Rhyddu." showing the 5 peaks of the mountain distinctly in the distance, unused color post card, circa 1905 - 1910, minor corner wear, toned both sides due to album contact. $4.00 wm
"23729 Gwynant Valley, Llyn Dinas & Moel Sibod." color postcard published by The Photochrom Company, back paper lightly browned with age, minor wear at 3 corners. $4.50 w
"2918 THE BRIDGE & WOODS, LECKWITH. ERNEST T. BUSH" showing part of the old stone bridge spanning the River Ely, real photo post card from the Temple Series, neatly written message to a Miss Bell Ball of Cleveland Ohio on back, light toning on back, slight curl to the paper, glossy finish, 2 corners have small creases not into the image. $5.00 wb
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"5196-2 / The Infirmary and Regent Street, Wrexham" sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed there AU 16 09 (clear cancel ties half penny stamp) to North Wales, album impressions at the corners, light toning due to album contact. Image is a bit dark but the focus is crisp for details. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 wm
"5196-6 / Hope Street. Wrexham" including several pedestrians in the foreground, sepia-tone real photo postcard, image within an embossed border, mailed AU 18 1909 (fairly clear TRAWSFYNYDD R.S.O. / MERIONETHSHIRE cancel ties stamp) to North Wales, light toning on back from album contact, light toning both sides due to album contact. $8.00 w-w
"6047 MENAI BRIDGE." over the Menai Strait, black & white Kingsway real photo post card mailed 1909 to a hotel near Dolgelly (stamp damaged), minor wear to a bottom corner, back toned from album contact, spots of cancel ink affect the front sky. This suspension bridge was completed in 1826 & is among the first of its type. $8.50 wb
"A. 222. BEDDGELERT AND MOEL HEBOG" showing their beautiful location, unused Pictorchrom post card printed in Germany, published by The Pictorial Stationery Company Ltd., noticeable corner & edge wear, back toned unevenly from album contact. $4.25 w
"A. 230. LLANBERIS. Llyn Peris, showing Dolbadarn Castle." unused Pictorchrom color postcard printed in Germany, published by The Pictorial Stationery Company Ltd., minor corner wear, light but uneven toning both sides from album contact. $4.00 w
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Considering the source, all circa 1910. These postcards obviously belong together & would make a lovely display. Lovingly stored for decades in an old album, there is only one creased card. Others have minor defects--such as light album impressions at the corners, or toning on the back from album contact.
This Aberdovey group of ten: $50.00 w
"Ar Lanau Cardin, Llandyssul" unused post card printed in Britain, published by W. Evans in The Croft Series, minor corner wear, light toning at the back due to album contact. The caption is in gold lettering at the bottom front, and it is hard to read. More specifically, this is the River Teifi below Llandyssul, near the parish churches. $4.75 w
"Cardiff Castle" including a streetcar at lower left corner, black & white postcard, much writing on back, large toning spot that affects both sides, old price in ink on back. $1.50
"Carnarvon Castle, Wales" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1964 in the United States. $1.50
"CASTLE & SQUARE, CAERNARVON" including several buses, unused Carbo Colour from Valentine's, postcard printed in Great Britain, slight yellowing of the paper with age, noticeable toning in part of sky, faint small corner crease. $2.25 wb
"Cerfio Iletwad, Amgueddfa Werin Cymru,... / Carving a ladle, Welsh Folk Museum, / St. Fagans" unused continental postcard. WFM No. 65, interesting. The name of the area is sometimes seen as Sain Ffagan. $1.25
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"Coracle Men / CARMARTHEN" showing 3 Welsh fishermen bearing their small coastal boats on their backs, near the water; color image within an oval border decorated by onions or leeks, unused postcard printed in Great Britain, noticeable corner wear, back with short marks from album contact. $5.00 wfs(c)*
"Cowper a'i brentis yn Amgueddfa... / Cooper and his apprentice at the / Welsh Fold Museum, St Fagans" unused continental postcard, WFM No. 64, interesting. $1.25
"CW3ZV" multicolor Hirwaun QSL postcard with griffin design, used by operator John Banner, minor corner wear. $1.75 w*
"Cyfrodeddu gwlan, Ffatri Esgair Moel,... / Twisting wool, Esgair Moel Woollen Mill / at the Welsh Folk Museum, St. Fagans" unused continental post card, WFM No. 67, interesting. $1.25
"Cymmer Colliery, Porth. 1001." including loaded railroad cards in the foreground, postcard from James & Company (A 07150), unused, mild wear to one corner, 2 tiny spots near the stamp box, otherwise quite fresh. $9.00 wi*
"D. J. DAVIES / LAMPETER. // PENYBONT BAPTIST CHAPELS, LLANDYSSUL" unused real photo post card with glossy finish, printed in England, noticeable toning on front especially at the top, back also toned from album contact. $3.75 w
DOLGELLEY / DOLGELLY COLLECTION
Most of these postcards are unused, but those that have been posted are all circa 1910. Lovingly stored for decades in an old album, there is only 1 badly damaged card. Others have minor defects--such as light album impressions at the corners, or toning on the back.
The Dolgelley collection of 40: $250.00 w
"Fishguard" a panoramic view in color on an unused postcard with red caption at the upper left front, from the Valentine's Series, minor toning at the corners of both sides due to album contact, tiny corner bump. $4.50 w
FISHGUARD BAY VISIT OF THE SS MAURETANIA
SS Mauretania (1907). "Fishguard Bay, with Mauretania discharging" on its a visit possibly in 1909 when it discharged passengers by tender so they could board the Great Western Railway train to London, both breakwaters showing & the station itself; unused post card from Valentine's series, fresh colors, mild corner wear, light album marks at the corners, a host of tiny marks from album contact on the back. $20.00 ws(c)s(o)r*
SS Mauretania (1907). "THE MAURETANIA IN FISHGUARD HARBOUR. 30-8-09." with the railroad station in the foreground, unused sepia-tone real photo postcard from Charles Edwards the photographer there, low contrast but depth-of-field is decent, toned at the corners & edges by album contact, small triangular piece of one upper corner missing, other edge wear is minor. Hard to find offered in any condition. SALE IN PROGRESS ws(o)rp
"The Mauretania in Harbor, Fishguard" closer, showing the tender with discharged passengers on a visit possibly in 1909; unused postcard from Valentine's series, album marks at the front corners. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 ws(c)s(o)
"Fishguard Harbour." with a two-masted ship discharging passengers for the Great Western Railway train to London, several cranes & construction activity in the foreground (therefore circa 1909 or before); unused real photo postcard with toning both sides due to album contact, trivial edge wear. We believe that what appears to be a hairline scratch in the lower right front corner is actually an artifact of the photographic development process, because we cannot feel a surface disturbance. $20.00 wr
"Goodwick" unused postcard from Valentine's Series, light album toning both sides, noticeable wear at one upper corner. In Welsh the name of this coastal town in Pembrokeshire is Wdig. $6.00 w
"Great Orme Railway, Llandudno" continental postcard mailed there 1976, minor wear at corners. $1.50
"GREETINGS FROM / Bettws-y-Coed" unused multiview real photo post card with 5 labeled scenes--view from Mount Garmon, Miners Bridge, Fairy Glen, the Lluowy from Pont-y-Pair & Swallow Falls; published by the Photochrom Company Ltd. Graphic Studios in Tunbridge Wells Kent, slight curl to the paper, oxidation consistent with circa-1930 age, small light fingerprint toning in one place on back. $3.00 wm
"GW0DDQ" Fairbourne Gwynedd QSL card used 1987 by operator T. Gwyn Williams, fairly fresh with good edges. $2.00 w
"GW3ALV" Whitchurch Cardiff South Wales QSL card used 1948 by operator Arthur J. Crookes, simple map design, continental postcard, mild edge wear. $2.00 w
"GW3CAY" Birchgrove (Cardiff, South Wales) continental QSL card used 1947 by operator E. Frank Sully, brownish stock, small upper corner creases, all corners with slight rounding, tape remnant on back. $1.75 w
"GW3COI" QSL card with original art on an index card done by a noted contributor of cartoons to Short Wave Magazine, depicts a dog working the keypad near a sign Worked All Collies, fresh & one-of-a-kind. As best we can tell, the artist always signed his drawings with his call sign & never by his given name. $7.50 wda
"GW3HGJ" Newchurch (near Chepstow, Monmouthshire) QSL card with large red dragon design (interesting history of the heraldry symbol on the back), used 1993 by operator Mike Foster, tiny bottom corner crease. $2.25 wh
"GW3JI" Deganwy QSL postcard used 1960 during the ARRL 26th International DX Competition by operatory Bob Jones
"GW3KFA" Deeside (Flintshire) QSL card with RAF/ARS & RSGB logos, used 1989 by operator Lincoln Lindley, small spot of light toning near top front, tiny upper corner bend. $1.50 w
"GW3YVN" shortwave (10.1 MHz) QSL card used 1985 by operator Neil Little at Caerffili (Caerphilly, South Wales), simple map for location, small upper corner crease. $1.75 w
"GW3ZV" colorful & interesting Rhigos (near Aberdare South Wales) QSL card used 1948 by operattor John Banner MBE, logo of Sobell Radio (later Sobell Radio and Television Development Laboratory). Tape remnants in 3 spots, 1 small corner crease with nearby wear, slightly longer than a regular-size postcard. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 wre
"GW4GNY" Welshpool (Powys) QSL card with hobby-related cartoon art & RSGB logo in red, used 1989 by operator Martin R. Davies, excellent condition. $2.00 w
"GW4TEJ" Dyfed QSL card on bright yellow stock with simple map of the area, calling out some nearby towns, used 1988 by operator David Honeysett, excellent condition. At the time, Dyfed was a preserved county of Wales (roughly coincident with the historic Principality of Deheubarth & the Kingdom of Dyfed). $3.00 wm
"GW5TJ" Merthyr Glamorganshire QSL card mailed 1939 by operator E. T. James, continental sized, globe design, toned back, bent corner, light cancel ink on front. In Welsh the town is now known as Merthyr Tudful. $2.00 w
"GW5YB" Gaerwen Anglesey QSL card used 1972 by operator R. Ashton, correction on front. $1.25
"GW8GT" QSL card used 1991 by Red Dragon Dxers club, ink smear on front. $1.00
"Gwau â gwydd llaw, Ffatri Wlan Esgair... / Weaving on a hand loom, Esgair Moel / Woollen Mill at the Welsh Folk Museum, / St. Fagans" unused continental post card, WFM No. 66, interesting. $1.25
"Gwaun Valley, Fishguard // 64995. J.V." unused color post card with red caption, from Valentines Series, considerable wear at the 3 front corners, extensive shallow thinning to the back, toning from album contact at the corners of both sides. As is. $1.50 w
"Harlech Castle from the South 755" post card with red caption, from the Grosvenor Series, printed in Germany, message penciled lightly on back, album marks show at the front corners, minor corner wear. This well preserved World Heritage Site is near Gwynedd in North Wales. $6.00 w
"Higher Elementary School, Porth." with railroad tracks in the foreground, unused color postcard printed in Saxony (circa 1910), inexplicable shallow thinning along back bottom edge, toning along one short back edge, minor wear to one bottom corner. $4.25 w
"HOLYHEAD HARBOUR & STATION HOTEL. / S. S. 'HIBERNIA' LEAVING FOR DUBLIN." from Wales, black-and-white postcard with the crest of the Railway in the upper left corner, messaged & addressed on back, but stamp steamed off to reveal a January 1905 date printed in the stamp box by the Railway, light toning both sides, mild wear to the corners. Please note: this ship is not the Hibernia owned by British & North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Company in earlier times. The ship was registered to the London & Nonwestern Railway. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 s(l)wr
"Holyhead. North Western Hotel -- S. S. Hibernia leaving the Harbour." post card from the Peacock Series, printed in Saxony, neat writing at the top & bottom front edges dates to August 1908. Sometimes referred to as TSS Hibernia, she sailed for the London & Northwestern Railway. $7.50 wr(l)
KITTLE BISHOPTON (near SWANSEA, GLAMORGAN). "GW3AX" shortwave (14 mc) QSL card mailed from Swansea to Ohio by operator Stan Thomas, lightly toned front, long corner crease. $2.25 ew.
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"Knighton from the Frydd" color souvenir post card, mailed in a 1909 correspondence to Pennsylvania but stamp removed, printed in Great Britain for Valentine's Series, much creasing & wear along the short stamp edge reflects on a clumsy removal effort, also wear & short creasing noticeable at the lower front corner. As is. $2.00 w
"Llanberis Pass from Pont-y-Cromlech" color souvenir post card in horizontal format from Valentine's Series, printed in Great Britain, back marred by numerous small & tiny spots, mailed 1909 with an interesting & clear SP 1 09 TRAWSFYNYDD R.S.O. / MERIONETHSHIRE cancel, heavy vertical crease on the message side. As is. The pass is in Northern Wales, and is called Bwlch Llanberis in Welsh. $1.50 w-w
"Llandudno" multiview postcard mailed there 1964 to New York (fancy pictorial cancel). $1.00
"Llandudno Pier" including many people, captioned by hand but otherwise unused, color post card in Kings Series, printed in Germany, one bent corner. $2.75
"Llandyssul General View" unused color post card chromographed in Germany & published by Evans Commerce House (5891 on back), album marks at the corners of both sides. $5.00 w
"LLANDYSSUL, GENERAL VIEW. D. J. DAVIES, LAMPETER" unused real photo postcard printed in England for publisher J. D. Lewis, light album marks at the corners of both sides, back paper starting to brown evenly with age, image tilted slightly within the edges but card is full-size. $5.00 w*
"Llandyssul The Church" including the cemetery near the river bank, postcard mailed there 1910 to North Wales, published by Evans Commerce House, light toning both sides due to album contact & cancels, small corner crease, minor corner rounding. $5.00 wc
"Love to all at home from Betts-Y-Coed" multiview postcard mailed 1979 to Ohio. $1.00
"MAIL BOAT, DUN LAOGHAIRE." unused Valentine's postcard, printed in Ireland, corners with minor wear, image itself is well composed & fresh appearing. The mail service was between Dun Laoghaire Ireland & Holyhead in Wales, and lasted more than 170 years until the 1970's. $3.00 is(o)w
"Mumbles Train by the Slip" with first-class cars carrying many people atop them & advertising signs--Ben Evans & Co. Everything for Your House Furnishing, also Empire"; unused postcard, printed in Prussia circa 1910, Swansea Series 1003/3, minor edge wear, light album marks at the corners. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 w
"Needle Rock, Fishguard" appropriately in vertical format, unused color post card and red caption, from Valentines Series, corner crease, on bottom corner eaten away a bit & and a longish scratch showing in the front sky. As is. $1.50 wr
"No. 159 / Y Ilong fodur Petertown, eiddo cwmni // ...The motor coaster Petertown, owned by / Lovering & Sons, in Cardiff docks in 1956" unused black & white continental post card, copyrighted by the National Museum of Wales, small corner bump. $2.00 s(l)s(c)w*
"PARISH CHURCH GATES, WREXHAM." unused sepia-tone real photo postcard with glossy finish, back lightly toned from album contact, minor front corner toning from the same source. Well composed with wonderful contrast. $4.00 w
"PENDRE AND TOWN HALL, CARDIGAN." on High Street, including some pedestrians, a restaurant at the left & Star Supply Stores Groceries & Provisions at the right; sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed 1956 to Ohio, album impressions at the corners, light partial cancel ink in the front sky, mild corner & edge wear. Seldom seen & seldom offered. $4.00 w
"Picturesque Cardiganshire. / The Henllan Falls." unused Tuck Oilette Postcard 7742 with monogram signature of artist Edgar Longstaffe, printed in England, light album toning on the back, trivial wear to the bottom corners. A beautiful postcard. $7.50 a(l)tsw
"Pistyll-y-Cain" showing the waterfall in vertical format, unused color postcard printed in Saxony, uneven toning on the back, minor edge wear. $5.00 ww(w)
"PONT ABERGASLYN E. LONGSTAFFE" art showing a stone bridge in vertical format, unused post card from Hildesheimer & Company (number 5171), printed in Bavaria circa 1910, light toning on back from album contact. $5.00 a(l)w
"Pontwelly, Llandyssul." showing a street scene with a few people, unused real photo post card with glossy finish, light toning due to album contact. Caption appears to have been typed. Contrast a bit low, but the detail is there due to good focus. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 w
"PONTWELLY, LLANDYSSUL." in Cardiganshire, color postcard published by J. Thomas (3731), light toning from album contact (especially at the corners), good edges. $4.75 w*
"PONT-Y-PAIP / BETTWS-Y-COED" color post card, printed in Bavaria, writing on back dates to 1909. $3.50
"Raglan, England(sic)" actually Castell Rhaglan in Wales, home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1965 from Oswego Illinois, cancel ink shows faintly in the front caption area. $1.50 w
"Raglan, England(sic)" actually Castell Rhaglan in Wales, home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1964 from Union City New Jersey, with a different view than the listing above. $1.75 w
"Railway Station, / Porth. 1000." including 3 people & a luggage cart; unused post card from James & Company (A 07149), faint album impressions at the corners. Sold but front side still available for artistic study & reference as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 w
"Sedbury Park Hotel" sepia-tone post card from the Cameria Series, unused, photograph by W. A. Call. During World War II this place served as a nursing home. $4.00
"Snowdon, from Llyn Llydau" unused postcard printed in England, small corner crease, minor corner wear, back toned unevenly from album contact, front appearance is pleasing. The mountain peak is Wyddfa in Welsh. $4.00 wm
"STATION ST. PORTH." including several pedestrians & signage--Lewis, District Office, etc.; unused post card from the days of the halfpenny inland rate, just a hint of edge wear, otherwise quite fresh. Sold but front side still available for artistic study & reference as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 w
"STATION ST. PORTH." including several pedestrians & signage--Newtons Washington Hotel & Restaurant, Cash & Co., etc.; unused post card from the days of the halfpenny inland rate, hint of album marks at the corners, quite fresh. $7.50 w
"St. Catherine's Island, Tenby" color postcard, 1-inch tear at bottom unfortunately, lightly toned back, as is. $1.00
"Stepping Stones on Trawsfynydd River" including a large nearby dwelling with wash hanging to dry in back, circa 1910 post card, upper corner creased twice, front sky toned from album contact & a bit of cancel ink, 2-inch internal crease from the bottom edge. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 w-w. Notice: we want to buy other postcard images of this property. Please offer!
"Strumble Head Lighthouse" with 5 men in the foreground on the narrow footbridge that connects its Ynys Meicl (Saint Michael's) Island to the mainland of Wales; unused postcard, light corner marks from album contact, trivial corner wear. Moving the materials to construct the lighthouse over that narrow bridge was exceptionally difficult. Now changed considerably due to electrification & full automation. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 wl*
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"SYCHNANT PASS FROM DWYGYFYLCHI." in Snowdonia (Eryri in Welsh), color postcard with captioning in white, unused, printed in England for the Dainty Series (20107), tiny upper corner crease, back paper browning to show its age (circa 1905 - 1910), minor edge wear. $4.25 w
"The Bay and Promenade, Llandudno" color postcard, circa 1910, unused, edge wear. $2.00
"The Dry Dock, Barry Dock" real photo showing the ship Hans Wenzell prominently, lightly toned back, corners worn, writing on back. Post card sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg (146,301 bytes) or .tif format. $1.50 w
"The Folly Pontypool" caption very hard to read, color postcard from a photograph by Jones, pertinent writing on back notes this old fort is now a cow stable, lightly toned back, minor corner wear & rounding. $2.50 *
"THE HAPPY VALLEY, LLANDUDNO" post card mailed 1910 in the United States, writing on front, spot on back, much edge wear. $2.00
"THE NIG*ERS HAPPY VALLEY / LLANDUDNO" color postcard showing 12 black musicians performing on an open-air stage in Wales to entertain several hundred people, some standing; color postcard. unused, edge wear. The most unusual Wales postcard we have ever seen. We refuse to scan this card because of the racial epithet that is in the caption. $20.00 wb
"THE PALACE, RHYL" showing its exterior with 2 horse-drawn carriages nearby & some readable signs--such as HOTEL, ARCADE, QUEEN'S PALACE, THEATRE; postcard, printed in Bavaria, writing on back dates to 1909, faint album impressions at the corners, small red check mark in ink on the back. $3.50 wt*
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"The Slade, Lower Fishguard, and Dinas Head" unused postcard with red caption, toning at front corners from album contact. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 w
"The Station, Glyn Ceiriog / Perfection Series 1255" showing the Sir Theodore (one of the 2 original locomotives) picking up & discharging passengers on the narrow-gauge Glyn Valley Tramway; mailed at Glyn 1907, long corner crease. Hard to find! Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 wr(g)
"Victoria Parade, South Beach, Pwllheli 75 / 2" color postcard, Mirror Series, writing on back, corner crease. one corner worn. $2.00
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"Wrexham / Parish Church" interior in vertical format, unused color postcard printed in Saxony circa 1910, toned back from album contact, mild corner & edge wear. $6.00 wi
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