threshing
Thrashing, Chaff Cutting and Clipping Oats at F.H. Cooke´s Tongue End Farm, April 1905

B
Benington, Blacksmiths Shop BENINGTON (BNTN001)
Blacksmith´s Shop. Tuck BGTN11. This undated card is addressed to Mr B. White, The Shop, Skendleby, near Spilsby. Stamp removed. Good condition
£ 9
Benniworth Haven BENNIWORTH (BENN001)
Wayside, Benniworth Haven, Donington on Bain. Artist sketch of Wayside Cottage showing the upper (western) lake in the background. The card has a QE2 2½d red postage stamp and was sent to Hillside Estate, Branston, Lincoln. Audrey wrote "We are enjoying our ‘rest’ spending all our time eating and resting with a bit of excersise to make us hungry again. Rained every bit of yesterday − went to Louth shopping and got wet through. Don´t forget next Tuesday.....". The card has corner wear
For many years Wayside Cottage was used by the Girls Friendly Society
£ 2
Boston, Bath Gardens BOSTON (BOST003)
Bath Gardens, The Avenue (Bath Gardens were part of The People´s Park) "Jay Em Jay Series" This card has a Boston postmark dated 1904 over a ½d green postage stamp. It is addressed to Mrs J. Wilson, The Terrace, Spalding. The message reads "I shall be home for G. Friday also Sunday and Monday so will call. Thanks for card" Good condition
£ 4
Boston, Park and Hospital BOSTON (BOST006)
The Park and Hospital. "Aldwych Series" No S1102 (WHS) Phototyped in Berlin. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 6
Boston, Docks BOSTON (BOST008)
The Docks. This card has not been posted and may be from the early 1900´s. Good condition
£ 5
Boston, St Botolphs Church BOSTON (BOST009)
St. Botolph´s Church. This card has a Legbourne postmark dated 1924 and is addressed to Miss Sylvester, Thorpe Fendykes, Wainfleet. Florrie wrote "We have arrived home safely we found our cat quite safe. Aunt and uncle was pleased to see us again. Give my love to Lizzie when she comes" The card has light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 5
Boston, Wesleyan Chapel Fire BOSTON (BOST011)
Wesleyan Chapel Fire, 29th June 1909. Published by Hackford. This looks like a real photograph to which the photographer has added a few ‘enhancements’
The card has a Boston postmark dated 1909 over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Miss Auton, C−o Mrs Lumley, Victoria Avenue, Thirsk. May wrote "Dear Billy, Many thanks for your kind letter. This is owe (sic) the Wesleyan Chapel looked last Tuesday night. Don´t think that is dad looking on as he was round the other side helping with the fire. It was a sight their (sic) is only the outside wall is left. Should you have liked to have seen it. All send love to you. From your loving friend..." The card has light ‘silvering’ to the edges and light creases
£ 25
Boston, Wesleyan Chapel BOSTON (BOST013)
Wesleyan Centenary Chapel. This card has a message on the back but does not appear to have been posted. It was probably printed before 1920. Light corner wear
£ 4
Boston, Pleasure Steamer Pioneer BOSTON (BOST015)
The Pleasure Steamer. The pleasure steamer ‘Pioneer’ took day−trippers out into the Wash. On the right of the picture is the ferry which carried pedestrians from South Terrace ⁄ Skirbeck Road to Pulvertoft Lane (off High Street) This card was posted about 1911 but the stamp has been removed. Corner wear
£ 15
Boston Sluice Bridge BOSTON (BOST016)
Sluice Locks (Sluice Bridge) This card has a 1911 postmark. Corner wear
£ 4
Boston, Cowbridge BOSTON (BOST017)
Cowbridge. Cow Bridge House with fishermen and onlookers. "Jay Em Jay" Series printed card. The card has a 1917 postmark over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Mrs Pritchard, 5 Gallia Road, London N.5. Edith wrote "Dear Mother. We were both so glad to know by the papers that there was nothing doing last night. We hardly liked coming away on Tuesday when the raid came − Bert would not have come if the all clear had not come. Hope you are free tonight and feeling well. Much love from both to both" Corner wear
£ 10
Boston, Docks BOSTON (BOST018)
The Dock. ‘Wrench Series’ printed postcard. The card has a Boston postmark dated 1904 and is addressed to Miss Clay, 3 Copland Road, Wembley, Middlesex. H.M. Crust wrote "How we used to reckon of St. Valentines morn when I was a little girl like you, but I think it is all done away with now. Postcards will take the place a bit this year as they are all the rage. Mr C. has been off work a week with this influenza that is going about here. I am pleased to say he his (sic) better again. I have had it slightly. The weather is so dreadfully wet. Hope all your family are pretty well. Best love to all.....". Light corner wear
£ 6
Brigg, Bigby Street BRIGG (BRIG002)
Bigby Street. The Wrench Series No 4032 (Jackson and Sons, Market Place, Brigg) The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
Brigsley, Parish Church BRIGSLEY (BRSL001)
Parish Church. "Jay em Jay" Series. A ½d stamp is requested for inland postage so the card was probably printed before 1920. It has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Brocklesby, Pelhams Pillar BROCKLESBY (BROC002)
Pelham´s Pillar. RP by A.W. Bourne of Leicester. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Bucknall Rectory BUCKNALL (BUCK001)
St. Margaret´s Rectory. Printed card by Carlton of Horncastle. The Rector and a young man are playing croquet on the lawn watched by two others. The card has a small, single ring, Coningsby postmark dated 1914 over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to 2 Tunnard Street, Boston. "Coningsby. Dear Cousin, We are going to Kirton Holme today leave Dogdyke 10 to 4 and leave Boston 6−10 so shall just have time to call to see you. With love....." The card has a small area of damage to the top edge and light corner wear
£ 15
Bucknall Church BUCKNALL (BUCK002)
St. Margaret´s Church. Printed card by Carlton of Horncastle. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 8
Burgh le Marsh BURGH LE MARSH (BLEM001)
Rectory Avenue. This card has a ½d green stamp and was sent by Doris to Miss Elmitt, Halton Road, Spilsby. Good condition
£ 5
Burgh le Marsh Windmill BURGH LE MARSH (BLEM002)
Windmill. Real photograph by Wrates of Skegness. The card has not been posted and has a hand−written message which reads "This is a typical English windmill. There are not many windmills left in Britain. This one is at Burgh le Marsh near Skegness. My aunt lives near it. Bread is still made in the old fashioned way at this windmill. Very many years ago Burgh le Marsh used to be joined to Holland" Light corner wear
£ 10
Burgh le Marsh BURGH LE MARSH (BLEM003)
S ⁄ s Peter and Paul Church. Real photograph by Wrates Studios, Skegness. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Burgh on Bain BURGH ON BAIN (BONB001)
Main Road looking East. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 12
Burton on Stather BURTON ON STATHER (BST001)
Lych−gate and Church. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
C
Chapel St Leonards, Vine Hotel CHAPEL ST LEONARDS (CSL001)
The Vine Hotel. This card has a Skegness postmark dated 1957 and is addressed to High Street, Waddingham, near Gainsborough. It has light edge wear
£ 4
Chapel St Leonards, Robin Hood Camp CHAPEL ST LEONARDS (CSL002)
Robin Hood Camp Social Club and General Store (Friar Tuck Shop) This card has a Skegness postmark dated 1958 and is addressed to 35 Hastings Road, Perry Common, Birmingham. Light corner wear, light creasing and small area of damage to the back
£ 12
Chapel St Leonards, Marina Camping Ground CHAPEL ST LEONARDS (CSL003)
Marina Camping Ground. RP by H. Coates of Wisbech. This card does not appear to have been posted and has a message on the back addressed to 88 Dairy House Road, Derby. It has a very small (1 ⁄ 8 ins) tear at the top but is otherwise in good condition
£ 12
CSL005 Chapel St Leonards, Grange Hotel CHAPEL ST LEONARDS (CSL005)
Grange Hotel. Real photograph. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Cleethorpes,  Alexandra Road CLEETHORPES (CLEE019)
Alexandra Road and Gardens. Printed "Sepiatype" postcard. Unusual view showing the Games Kiosk on which is advertised Tennis Racquets and Balls on Hire, Archery, Putting Green, Ices and Fruit Drinks. The card has a 1950 postmark and a KGVI 2d orange postage stamp. Light corner wear
£ 6
Cleethorpes,  Bathing Pool CLEETHORPES (CLEE020)
Bathing Pool. Printed "Sepio" Style postcard. The card has a Grimsby postmark dated 1931 and a KGV 1½d brown postage stamp. Light corner wear
£ 7
Cleethorpes, Kingsway CLEETHORPES (CLEE012)
Before and After Kingsway was built. "Jay Em Jay Series" printed card. The card was printed in Germany suggesting a printing date before the outbreak of the Great War. It has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 10
Cleethorpes,  Kingsway CLEETHORPES (CLEE022)
Kingsway. "Pictorchrom" printed postcard. The card has a 1909 postmark and is addressed to Miss F.E. Whiting, The Manse, King Street, Leek, Staffs. "9 ⁄ 8 ⁄ 09. Thanks for remembrance of my birthday. All our light porters are engaged for Thursday but will the heavy one do? He takes a great interest in that kind of work. It is the young men´s outing to Pulloxhill on Thurs. I am going to Old Warden with ... party. Am sorry but Mr Piggott is taking his holiday through Aug. Love Emiline" Light corner wear
£ 3
Cleethorpes,  Kingsway CLEETHORPES (CLEE021)
Kingsway Gardens. Printed postcard. The card has a Grimsby postmark dated 1920 and a KGV 1d red postage stamp and is addressed to Mr and Mrs Hayes, 14 Warner Place, Loughborough, Leicestershire. It was sent from Rowston Street (off Kingsway) Cleethorpes. Light corner wear
£ 3
Cleethorpes, Kingsway CLEETHORPES (CLEE013)
Kingsway Gardens. "Kingsway Real Photo" Series. The card has a Grimsby postmark over a 1d red postage stamp but the date is unclear. It is addressed to 268 Cresswell Road, Clowne, near Chesterfield (surname Pears) "Dear All, Arrived safely about 2 o´ clock. Pouring down when we left Worksop but lovely weather here. Love Con and Frank and Baby" Light corner wear
£ 4
Cleethorpes CLEETHORPES (CLEE005)
King´s Parade. Tuck "View" Postcard Series "Cleethorpes" Gardeners pose for the photographer as a tram approaches. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Cleethorpes CLEETHORPES (CLEE006)
St. Peter´s Church (with inset of Church Interior). Jackson & Son "Jay em Jay" Series. The card was posted in Grimsby to Miss Foster, Wimbotsham, Downham Market, Norfolk. It has corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 3
Cleethorpes CLEETHORPES (CLEE003)
Dipping the Dip. "Jay em Jay" series. Big Dipper, Helter Skelter and Amusement Arcades on the North Promenade. This card is addressed to 36 Alexandra Road, Cleethorpes. The stamp has been removed together with most of the postmark. The card is in good condition with light corner and edge wear
£ 12
Cleethorpes CLEETHORPES (CLEE009)
Fire at Pier Pavilion, June 29th 1903. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 12
Cleethorpes, Kinema De Luxe Fire CLEETHORPES (CLEE015)
"Royal" Kinema−De−Luxe. The "Royal" Kinema−De−Luxe was destroyed by fire on the night of 20th August 1919. Postcard or photograph with plain back. The card has light ‘silvering’ at the corners and edges which can be seen from certain angles
£ 20
Cleethorpes, Multiview CLEETHORPES (CLEE016)
Printed multiview postcard. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
Cleethorpes, North Promenade CLEETHORPES (CLEE017)
Printed postcard. The card has a 1920´s postmark over a 1d red postage stamp and is addressed to Miss Bramley, 4 Sycamore Street, Barnsley. H.A. Balmforth wrote "Dear Rose, Pleased to tell you we are enjoying ourselves, we are just going a drive to Louth where the floods were, we have been for a two hours sail. Best of love xxxx" The card has been in an album and has light corner wear
£ 9
Coningsby CONINGSBY (CONB001)
Church and River Bain. J.D. wrote "Sending you a view of the River Bain where a great many eels are caught and pike also. Kind Regards" The card has a small, single ring, Tattershall postmark over a ½d green stamp and is addressed to Misdales Row, Louth. Good condition
£ 9
Coningsby Windmill CONINGSBY (CONB002)
Windmill. Mary wrote "Dear H, Just a bit more of old Coningsby. Received all your correspondence on Monday. Mother writing today. Weather lovely here now, getting harvest in fine. Heavy mist this morning. Couldn´t see lamp post at 8.30. Going out with Jack again tonight. So glad I packed up with Richard. Win OK. Has she written yet? No more news just now. Love from your loving sister Mary xxx" The card was sent from P.O. Coningsby to Mr H. B.... at Boyce Barracks, Crookham Camp, Aldershot, Hants. The date of the Coningsby postmark, which is over a King George VI 2d orange postage stamp, is unclear. The date of the message looks like 1942. The card has a light crease to one corner
£ 25
CONB003 Coningsby CONINGSBY (CONB003)
Coningsby. This printed card has not been posted. A previous owner has written ‘Butcher(s) Bridge, Coningsby, 1910’ on the back. Good condition
£ 12
Conisholme Parish Church CONISHOLME (CONIS001)
Conisholme. "Jay−Em−Jay" hand−tinted printed card (Jackson of Grimsby) The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
RAF Cranwell. College CRANWELL (CRANW002)
Cadet College, Cranwell. SEPIA printed postcard. The card has not been posted. Corner crease
£ 8
D
Dalby Hall DALBY (DALBY001)
Dalby Hall. The card has a 1d red postage stamp and a ½d green postage stamp each with a small, single ring, Dalby postmark dated 1922. It is addressed to Mrs C.S. Bird, East Walpole, Massachusetts, USA. Charlie wrote "Nov 16. This is a picture of the place.....All are well. Diana fine. I am hoping the elections will oust L.G. for good". The card is in good condition but has a heavy postmark
The message on this card probably refers to the General Election of 1922 which saw David Lloyd George replaced by Andrew Bonar Law
£ 19
Donington, Station Street DONINGTON (DON001)
Station Street, Donington near Spalding. Frith´s Series No DNN23. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
Donington, Church DONINGTON (DON002)
Church, Donington near Spalding. This card has a Donington postmark dated 1910 or 1911 and is addressed to Harvist Road, Kilburn, London NW. It is in good condition
£ 4
Donington on Bain DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB001)
Church of St. Andrew. This card has faded but still shows lots of detail. It has not been posted. A ½d stamp was required for inland postage suggesting a printing date pre−1920
£ 8
Donington on Bain DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB002)
Old Baptist Chapel and Graveyard. This card has not been posted. The message on the back reads "Wesleyan Chapel just a few yards to the rear of the Baptist Chapel" A ½d stamp was required for inland postage suggesting a printing date pre−1920
£ 25
Donington on Bain School DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB004)
School. Country Dancing Display c. 1948. Measuring approx. 3½ ins x 3½ ins (9 cms x 9 cms), this old amateur photograph is in good condition
£ 6
Donington on Bain School DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB005)
School (c. 1931) Real Photograph. This postcard has a Donington on Bain postmark over a red King George V 1d stamp. It was sent to The Stores, North Cockerington, near Louth (surname Brown) Like many cards produced in small numbers it is badly trimmed but this does not affect the picture. As can be seen from the scan there is a brown mark at the top
£ 22
Donington on Bain School Pupil DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB006)
School pupil c. 1918. Photograph by Gales Studios Ltd. Un−named pupil of the Methodist School, Donington on Bain. The School, which was part of the Methodist Chapel, was in what is now Old School Lane. Minor corner wear ⁄ creases
£ 5
Donington on Bain School Pupils DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB007)
School pupils c. 1910. Photograph by Scholastic Co., Bispham, Blackpool. Un−named pupils of the Methodist School, Donington on Bain. The School, which was part of the Methodist Chapel, was in what is now Old School Lane. Light corner wear
£ 5
School Girls at Blackpool DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB008)
School pupils. Photograph by Souvenir Photo of Blackpool. Two young ladies, possibly pupils of Donington on Bain school, on holiday at Blackpool in the early 1950´s. Small (approx. 3 mm) tear to one side
£ 6
Donington on Bain Railway Station DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB010)
Railway Station. Undated postcard−size photograph by Douglas Thompson. Good condition
£ 4
Donington on Bain, Church of St Andrew DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB011)
Village Church. This undated card by Frisby of Lincoln has not been posted. Good condition
£ 6
DONB013 Donington on Bain, Football Team DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB013)
Football Team c. 1922. Photograph by unknown photographer. Those pictured include Leonard Gray, Harold Gray, George Lamming, Robert Hewson, Edward Ancliffe. Corner wear
£ 18
DONB015 Donington on Bain, Methodist Church DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB015)
Methodist Church. Real photograph by unknown publisher. The card has probably been posted in an envelope as, at certain angles, the imprint of a postmark can be seen at the bottom of the picture. This is not visible when viewed normally. Good condition
£ 19
DONB016 Donington on Bain, Church of St. Andrew DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB016)
Church of St. Andrew. Real photograph by A.W. Bourne of Leicester. The card has a Louth postmark dated 1962 over a QE2 2½d red postage stamp and is addressed to No 46 Second Avenue, Fish Shop, Nunsthorpe, Grimsby. "Dear E, Enjoying the change. Sunshine today bit warmer. We have had a lot of rain very quite here. Love W.. and E....." Good condition
£ 6
Donington on Bain DONINGTON ON BAIN (DONB017)
Donington on Bain. Mill Road (looking north) Real photograph. The card has a Donington on Bain postmark dated 1934 over a 1d red postage stamp and is addressed to 34 Crown Street, Clowne, Derbyshire. Dolly wrote "Dear Mam and Dad. Just a line to say I arrived alright and am having a nice time. Hope you didn´t get very wet" The card is in good condition but the face is lightly ‘rippled’
In the late 1940´s the cottage on the left was that of Miss Ethel Pottage (teacher of the infant class at the village school) The cottage (near right) was that of Mr and Mrs James Hopper and the cottage (far right) (Yeadon House) that of the Hotchin family
£ 22
Dunston School DUNSTON (DUNST001)
Dunston School. A teacher and her pupils are standing beside the entrance. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 11
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Eagle, The Jungle EAGLE (EAGLE001)
The Jungle. Real photographic postcard by unknown publisher. The card has a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Mr Kennedy, Russel House, High Road, Balham, S.W. "Dear B. Expect E and yourself have been out enjoying yourself again by the p.c. Should very much like to go myself. Hope you are feeling better. Are you looking forward to having your holidays. I am. With love from A.M.G. Nance thanks you for the p.c. and sends her kind regards and love and will write soon" Corner wear
The Jungle at Eagle has the facade of a ruined castle behind which stands a modern house. Designed by Russell Collett in the 1820´s the Jungle was built by Thomas Lovely. Mr Collett kept kangaroos, buffalo and deer in the grounds, hence the name
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£ 12
East Barkwith Chapel EAST BARKWITH (EBKW001)
The Chapel. Tuck No EB4. Unposted. Good condition
£ 5
East Barkwith School EAST BARKWITH (EBKW003)
School and School House (RP) This card has an East Barkwith postmark dated 1932 and is addressed to Reform Street, North Somercotes, near Louth (surname Cheffings) Ida wrote "Dear Ethel. Arrived safe and sound we were nearly cooked its been lovely weather and having a good time. Coming home Wed. Love to all" Good condition
£ 9
East Barkwith EAST BARKWITH (EBKW004)
Railway Station. Photograph by unknown photographer (incorrectly captioned ‘Theddlethorpe’) This undated picture measures approx. 5½ x 3½ and is a modern reprint
£ 6
Harvesting FARMING (RLIFE001)
Britain´s Countryside − Harvesting. A Salmon "Cameracolour" Postcard No 6−00−09−01 ⁄ 5819. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 2
G
Gainsborough, Marshall Sons and Co GAINSBOROUGH (GAIN001)
Marshall Sons and Co´s Works, The Dinner Hour. W.F.B Series printed card. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 15
Gainsborough, Market Place GAINSBOROUGH (GAIN002)
Market Place. Beckett´s Real Photo Series (Sepia) Business names include Boot´s Cash Chemists, Barrow and Son, Albert Gait and Singer´s Sewing Machines. The card has not been posted and one corner is creased
£ 9
Gainsborough, Parish Church School GAINSBOROUGH (GAIN003)
Parish Church School Physical Training 1918. Real photographic postcard by unknown publisher. The card has not been posted. It has corner wear and light marks on the face which are visible at certain angles
£ 19
Girsby GIRSBY (GIRSBY001)
Entrance to Girsby Manor. Real photograph by unknown publisher. This scarce card has not been posted and is in good condition
The Lincolnshire village of Girsby is in the civil parish of Burgh on Bain. Kelly´s Directory of 1885 noted Girsby Manor and its former owners, the Pisdar and Lister families. The Manor was later owned by John St. Vigor Fox, who became High Sheriff of Lincolnshire in 1906. Girsby Manor was demolished in the mid−20th century, but the Grade II listed Baroque style entrance, with sculpted foxes set on gateway pillars, remains. The view in this picture is looking towards Burgh on Bain from the Ludford Road
£ 18
Belvoir Castle Dairies GRANTHAM (GRAN001)
Belvoir Castle, The Dairies. This card has a Grantham postmark dated 1907 and is addressed to Vine Street, Grantham. Good condition
£ 5
Belton House, Boathouse GRANTHAM (GRAN002)
Belton House, The Boathouse. 2008 photograph measuring approx. 6 ins x 4 ins (15 cms x 10 cms) The boathouse, which dates from 1821, was restored in 2008
£ 1
GRAN003 Grantham GRANTHAM (GRAN003)
St. Peter´s Hill. Valentine´s Real Photograph. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
Greetham Church GREETHAM (GREET001)
Church (No 31) Printed card by W.K. Morton. This card has not been posted. A ½d stamp was required for inland postage which suggests the card may have been printed before 1920. Good condition
£ 10
Grimsby, Parish Church GRIMSBY (GRIM004)
Parish Church. Valentines Series. This card has a Grimsby postmark dated 10th February 1906 and was sent by Auntie to Doris at 46 Winteringham Road, Grimsby. It has light corner wear
£ 3
Grimsby, Peoples Park GRIMSBY (GRIM005)
People´s Park. Humber Series. This card was posted in Grimsby on Boxing Day, 26th December, to Yaddlethorpe, Ashby, near Scunthorpe. The stamp is a ½d green. It has light corner wear and a crease on one corner
£ 4
Grimsby, Docks GRIMSBY (GRIM006)
The Docks. Misch "Camera Graphs" Series. Unposted. A ½d stamp is requested for inland postage which suggests the card may have been printed before 1920. Good condition
£ 5
Grimsby, Landing the Catch GRIMSBY (GRIM007)
Landing the Catch. This card has a Grimsby postmark dated 1905 over a ½d green stamp. It was posted to Saltfleet, near Louth from 11 Clayton Street, Grimsby and has light corner wear
£ 9
Grimsby, Fish Pontoon GRIMSBY (GRIM008)
Fish Pontoon. ‘Jay−Em−Jay’ Series printed card. The card was probably printed before 1914 and has not been posted. Good condition
£ 6
Grimsby, Peoples Park GRIMSBY (GRIM009)
Peoples´ Park. Real photographic postcard with 1955 postmark. The card is in good condition but the writing has indented slightly on the face
£ 4
H − I
Peeps of Hackthorn HACKTHORN (HACK001)
Peeps of Hackthorn. Five Views. RP. This rare card has a 1913 postmark over a ½d green stamp. It has corner and edge wear and the back is grubby
£ 4
Hagnaby Priory HAGNABY (HAGNABY001)
Priory. Printed card published by Bett Brothers, East Kirkby, Spilsby. The card has not been posted (a ½d stamp is requested for inland postage − ‘1d for some foreign’) A message on the back reads "1900. Before it was rebuilt. Mrs Pocklington−Coltman live (sic) here at the time" Good condition
£ 20
Hagworthingham Mill HAGWORTHINGHAM (HAGW001)
The Mill House. This card has not been posted. A ½d stamp is requested for inland postage suggesting the card was printed before 1920. Light corner wear
£ 10
HAGW002 Hagworthingham HAGWORTHINGHAM (HAGW002)
W.K. Morton No 41 printed card. The card has a small, single–ring Spilsby postmark dated 12th Feb 1910 and the message has the same date. Charlie and Violet wrote "Dear Daisy, We both wish you many happy returns of tomorrow (Sunday) expect you will not get this till Monday. We were very pleased to have Mothers letter, trust you both keep well. Charlies got a bit of the fashionable cold.....Best love to you both" The card is addressed to Miss Daisy Taylor, Hessle House, Legbourne, Louth. Light corner wear
£ 12
Hainton HAINTON (HAIN001)
Hainton Hall. Real photograph (sepia) The card has a Loughborough postmark dated 1908 over a ½ green postage stamp. Light general wear ⁄ fading
£ 15
Hainton HAINTON (HAIN002)
Hainton Hall. Real photograph (sepia) The card has a Loughborough postmark dated 1908 over a ½ green postage stamp. Light general wear ⁄ fading
£ 15
HALL001 Hallington HALLINGTON (HALL001)
Real photographic postcard by unknown publisher. This scarce card has not been posted. It is in good, collectable condition with light corner wear
The small Lincolnshire village of Hallington is about 2½ miles southwest of Louth and was a railway stop on the Louth ⁄ Bardney branch of the Great Northern Railway. The railway station was shared with the nearby village of Raithby. The Anglican parish Church was dedicated to St. Lawrence but by 1910 no trace of the Church remained. The hamlet of Poke´s Hole (or Hallington Poke Holes as it is known locally) is about ½ mile to the west
£ 25
Halton Holegate HALTON HOLGATE (HALT001)
Published by W.K. Morton of Spilsby, this card dates from the early 1900´s and was sent from Darnall, near Sheffield to Queen Street, Spilsby. It has light corner wear
£ 6
Halton Holegate Church HALTON HOLGATE (HALT002)
Church. Printed postcard by W.K. Morton of Spilsby. This card has a squared−circle Spilsby postmark dated 1907 and is addressed to Miss Watkinson, Stickney, Boston. Light corner wear
£ 4
Halton Holegate HALTON HOLGATE (HALT003)
Printed "Sepiatype" postcard by Valentine and Sons. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
HALT004 Halton Holgate HALTON HOLGATE (HALT004)
Published by W.K. Morton of Spilsby, this card has a squared−circle Spilsby postmark dated 1907 over a ½d green postage stamp. It is addressed to Miss Mowbray, Toynton All Saints. Gerald wrote "Dear Fan, Just another to your invaluable collection. Shall you be at Spilsby on Saturday night....." The card has a heavy postmark and light corner wear
£ 7
Hatton HATTON (HATT001)
Valentines Series. This card has not been posted. A ½d stamp was required for inland postage which suggests the card may have been printed before 1920. Good condition
£ 9
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Healing, Parish Church HEALING (HEAL001)
Parish Church. "Jay em Jay" Series. This card has a small, single ring, duplex Bourne postmark dated December 1905 and is addressed to Rippingale. Light corner wear
£ 5
Heckington Church HECKINGTON (HECK001)
St. Andrew´s Church. Printed card published by B. Smith, Heckington. The card has a Sleaford postmark dated 1906 over a 1d red postage stamp and is addressed to Miss E. Lawrence, C ⁄ o Mr J. Gibson, Carre Street, Sleaford. "Thanks very much for your PC also for the trouble you have taken in seeing after my house. We are having some lovely weather at ? hope you are having the same. They all send love. Love from Georgia" Good condition
£ 6
Hemingby School 1907 HEMINGBY (HEMB001)
School 1907. Postcard size real photograph. Caption on the back reads "Fanny Burnett at Hemingby School 1907" Good condition
£ 22
Hemswell HEMSWELL (HEMS001)
Church Street. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Hemswell HEMSWELL (HEMS002)
Brook Street. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Hemswell HEMSWELL (HEMS004)
Weldon Road. Frith No HSL13. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
Hemswell HEMSWELL (HEMS005)
Hillfoot View. RAP Co No 9514. Three children on bicycles pose for the photographer. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
Hogsthorpe Village HOGSTHORPE (HOGS001)
In Hogsthorpe Village. This card has a small, single−ring, Hogsthorpe postmark dated 1912 over a green ½d stamp and is addressed to Fred Wright, Cheapside, Waltham. Good condition
£ 8
Holbeach, Albert Street HOLBEACH (HOLB002)
Albert Street. RP. A large group of children pose for the photographer. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 18
Horncastle, Boston Bridge HORNCASTLE (HORN001)
Boston Bridge. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 7
Horncastle, Bridge Street HORNCASTLE (HORN002)
Bridge Street. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 6
Horncastle, Market Place HORNCASTLE (HORN005)
Market Place. Printed card. Businesses shown include Morton, Salter and Salter, J.C. Redmore and W. Bryant. The card has not been posted and was probably printed in the early 1900´s. Light corner wear
£ 8
Horncastle, West Street HORNCASTLE (HORN007)
West Street. The Stream  REPRODUCTION  Undated photograph. This item measures approx. 6 ins x 4 ins (15 cms x 10 cms) and has been printed by Snapfish
£ 2
Horncastle, 6 Pictorial Postcards HORNCASTLE (HORN008)
Booklet containing 6 pictorial postcards of the Horncastle area. A ½d stamp was required for inland postage suggesting a printing date before 1920. This booklet was sold for 1d by Edward Brown of 16 Bridge Street, Horncastle (Mr Brown died at his home in Bridge Street in 1931 − he was one of the oldest tradesmen in the town) The cover has edge wear and the staple is rusty but the cards are in good condition
Horncastle from Langton Hill, Market Place, Bridge Street, Tennyson´s Birthplace, Scrivelsby Gateway, Bull Ring
£ 12
HORN009 Horncastle HORNCASTLE (HORN009)
On the Bain. Printed card by Harrison of Lincoln. The caption on this card is incorrect − the picture shows the River Waring looking towards Town Bridge. The card has a Horncastle postmark dated 1906 and is addressed to Ashleigh Street, Showfield, Keighley. Light corner wear
£ 8
HORN010 Horncastle Market Place HORNCASTLE (HORN010)
Market Place. Valentine´s Series printed card. Businesses pictured include Tea Stores, Salter and Salter, Maynards, Redmore and Bryant. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 7
Horncastle Bridge Street HORNCASTLE (HORN011)
Market Place. Valentine´s Series printed card. Sellwood House is on the left of the picture. Other businesses pictured include India and China Tea Co., Liberal Club, Danby and Daubney. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 7
HORN012 Horncastle, Market Place HORNCASTLE (HORN012)
Market Place. The ‘Wrench Series’ printed postcard. Businesses shown include Morton, Salter and Salter, J.C. Redmore and W. Bryant. The card has not been posted (a ½d postage stamp was required for inland postage) Light crease
£ 7
HORN013 HORNCASTLE Victory Cinema. Programme for December 1963. ‘Special Attractions’ included Spencer´s Mountain, The Day Of The Triffids, The Scarlet Blade, The Son Of Captain Blood, Come Fly With Me, Whatever Happened To Baby Jane, The Prisoner Of Zenda, Duel Of The Titans, Five Miles To Midnight, Jumbo, The Belles Of St. Trinians, The Navy Lark, Red River, The Yellow Canary, Doctor In Distress, Seven Cities Of Gold, The Way To The Gold, The Deadly Mantis, The Snorkel. Small, folded card with light wear and four small pen marks including the date ‘1963’ £ 10
HORN014 Rev T. Lord HORNCASTLE (HORN014)
Printed postcard. Rev. T. Lord of Horncastle "100 years of age on Wednesday April 22nd 1908" The card has not been posted (a ½d postage stamp was required for inland postage) Good condition
£ 4
Horncastle High Street c. 1977 HORNCASTLE (HORN015)
High Street. Postcard published by A.W. Bourne of Leicester. Businesses include Achurch and Sons, Red Lion Public House, A.W. Harlow (Bull Ring) and Foster Bros (Bull Ring) The card has a 1977 postmark over a 6½p blue postage stamp. Light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 5
Horsington, Moor Lane HORSINGTON (HORS003)
Moor Lane − Moor Lane Farm c. 1955. Amateur photograph measuring approx. 12.5 cms x 9 cms (5 ins x 3½ ins) Light creases ⁄ corner wear
£ 3
Hundleby HUNDLEBY (HUND001)
Main Street. Printed postcard by Frith. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
Immingham Docks, Coal Hoists IMMINGHAM (IMM002)
Immingham Docks, Coal Hoists. Printed card. The boat to the left of centre has the name ‘Ben Lomond, Newcastle’ on the bow. The card has a Cleethorpes postmark over a 1d red postage stamp but the date is unclear. It is addressed to 144 Cresswell Road, Clowne, near Chesterfield. "Dear Mrs Pears. We have just come back from this docks it is best day we have had. Yours, Mr D" Good condition
£ 6
Ingoldmells INGOLDMELLS (ING001)
Main Road. This card has a 1986 postmark but the scene may be from an earlier date. The card has light corner wear
£ 4
Ingoldmells, Sea Farm INGOLDMELLS (INGM001)
Sea Farm. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
J − K
Keddington Village KEDDINGTON (KEDD001)
Village. This printed card has two postmarks. A small single−ring Tealby postmark is over the ½d green stamp and beside this is a squared−circle Market Rasen postmark dated 1904. The card is addressed to Miss M. Fletcher, Aston Arms, Market Rasen and the message reads "Home in a month Tealby" Good condition
£ 9
Kelstern Church KELSTERN (KELS001)
Church. Printed card by The Cotswold Publishing Co Ltd. A ½d stamp was required for inland postage suggesting a printing date before 1920. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
The Church of St. Faith stands on the site of a deserted medieval village, the earthworks of which are still visible. It is built on an ancient foundation with a much restored perpendicular tower and arch to the nave. The building was restored in 1886 ⁄ 1887 by the Louth architect James Fowler
£ 10
Kirkstead Church KIRKSTEAD (KIRK001)
St Leonard´s Church. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
KIRK012 Kirkstead Church KIRKSTEAD (KIRK012)
Church of St. Leonard. RP. This card has a Spalding postmark dated 1932. The stamp has been removed. Light creases ⁄ corner wear
£ 3
Kirkstead Church of St. Leonard KIRKSTEAD (KIRK006)
Church of St. Leonard. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Kirkstead Abbey KIRKSTEAD (KIRK013)
Abbey. Printed card by W.K. Morton of Horncastle. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
Kirton (Boston) KIRTON (BOSTON) (KIRTON001)
London Road. A note on the back reads "This is one of the six inns in Kirton, ‘The Black Bull’, and is on the London Road, 104 miles from London" The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 9
Kirton (Boston) KIRTON (BOSTON) (KIRTON002)
War Memorial. A note on the back reads "This is another view of the High Street, Kirton. The War Memorial was erected after the last war. Along the High Street you can see the village shops, the bakers, post−office and chemists" The card has not been posted and has light wear
£ 9
Kirton (Boston) KIRTON (BOSTON) (KIRTON003)
High Street. A note on the back reads "This is the road that leads to Boston. On the right is the War Memorial" The card has not been posted and has light wear
£ 9
L
Laceby LACEBY (LACE001)
"Jay em Jay" Series No 66188. Multiview. Parish Church, Primitive Chapel, Wesleyan Chapel, Post Office and The Monument. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 9
Laceby LACEBY (LACE002)
Grimsby Road. Frith´s Series Real Photographic Postcard. A Bedford lorry is parked by the side of a garage which is advertising Ediswan Starter Batteries. To the left of the garage is a cafe. The card is probably from the 1960´s and has a Laceby postmark over a QE2 purple 3d postage stamp. There is a small ink ‘x’ beside one of the houses in the picture. Corner ⁄ face wear
£ 5
Langton by Spilsby, Round House LANGTON BY SPILSBY (LBYS001)
Round House (former Post Office) "Sepiatype" printed postcard by Valentine & Sons. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 15
Langton by Spilsby Post Office LANGTON BY SPILSBY (LBYS002)
Post Office (Round House) Printed card by unknown publisher. The card has not been posted (a ½d stamp was required for inland postage suggesting a printing date before 1918) Good condition
£ 19
Langworth School LANGWORTH (LANGW001)
School. Real photograph by A.W. Bourne. The card has a Lincoln postmark dated 1957 and a 2d brown QE2 postage stamp. "Having a very nice holiday weather changeable. All the best...W.S." The card is addressed to Ings Lane, North Cotes, Grimsby. Light corner wear ⁄ light mark top left
£ 10
Lea LEA (LEA001)
Lea near Gainsborough. Valentines Series No 28708. This card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 4
Leasingham, Lincoln Road LEASINGHAM (LSGM001)
Lincoln Road. Printed postcard. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 7
Lincoln, Newport Arch LINCOLN (LINC002)
The Newport Arch. "Dainty" Series. This card has not been posted and is in very good condition
£ 2
Lincoln, Five Views LINCOLN (LINC006)
Five Views − Potter Gate, Castle Entrance and Cathedral Towers, Stone Bow, Newport Arch and Cathedral S.W. M & L National Series. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 2
Lincoln, Potter Gate LINCOLN (LINC007)
Potter Gate. Photochrom No C4176. This card has a Lincoln postmark dated 1949 and is addressed to Harold´s Terrace, South Parade, Anlaby Road, Hull. Good condition
£ 2
Lincoln, Castle Grounds LINCOLN (LINC008)
The Castle Grounds. Salmon No 1−21−01−01. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 1
Lincoln, Cathedral from Brayford Pool LINCOLN (LINC009)
Cathedral from Brayford Pool. Salmon No 1−21−01−07. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 1
Lincoln, St Benedicts Church LINCOLN (LINC012)
St. Benedict´s Church. Boots "Pelham" Series No 133. This view is from an elevated position on the east side of High Street and shows the offices and printing works of the Gazette, Times and Echo and the premises of J.W. Hill. The card, which has a 1905 postmark and is addressed to Chickley near Newport Pagnall in Buckinghamshire, has light corner wear
£ 9
Lincoln, General Hospital 1914 LINCOLN (LINC014)
4th Northern General Hospital T.F. Wragby Road, 1914. Photographer Harrison, Lincoln. The card has a Lincoln single ring postmark dated April 15th 1915 and was sent by Auntie Maude to Miss Elsie Kirkland, Elston, Newark. Good condition
£ 19
Lincoln General Hospital LINCOLN (LINC015)
General Hospital. Published by Nock. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 6
Lincoln, High Bridge LINCOLN (LINC016)
The River Witham at Lincoln (High Bridge) "Valesque" Postcard No H1204. The signs on the wall below the steps are advertising Lipton´s butter and cocoa and a car is parked on the High Street outside the Marks and Spencer store. This undated card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 6
Lincoln, Aldermans Walk LINCOLN (LINC017)
Alderman´s Walk with postman posing for the photographer. Pub. W.K. Morton, Lincoln. This card has a 1907 postmark but the stamp has been removed. Light corner wear
£ 8
Lincoln, Horse Fair LINCOLN (LINC019)
The Horse Fair. Valentines Series No 5282X. The Spread Eagle Inn and Lord Nelson Inn are on the north side of the river and the Black Goats Inn is on the south side. Other businesses include Albion House at No 304 High Street and Webb Outfitters at No 306. The card is from the early 1900´s and is in good condition
£ 10
Lincoln, St Benedicts Church LINCOLN (LINC020)
St. Benedict´s Church. Boots "Pelham" Series No 133. This view is from an elevated position on the east side of High Street and shows the offices and printing works of the Gazette, Times and Echo and the premises of J.W. Hill. The card, which has a ½d green stamp, is addressed to Elm Hill, Norwich. Good condition
£ 9
Lincoln, Youth Hostel LINCOLN (LINC021)
Youth Hostel. RP. Published by C.W. Maitland. This card has a Lincoln postmark dated September 1961 and was sent by Bruce to Baldwin´s Lane, Hall Green, Birmingham 28. Good condition
£ 7
Lincoln Castle LINCOLN (LINC022)
Castle Gateway and Cathedral Towers. Frith. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 1
Lincoln Cathedral LINCOLN (LINC024)
Cathedral − Nave East. RP. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 2
Lincoln, Stonebow LINCOLN (LINC025)
Stonebow. Printed card. Tuck No 1554. Businesses shown include Castle Cafe, Wine Vaults, Higgs, Patton (confectioner), Saracens Head Hotel and Salter & Sons (over 30 years reputation for solid leather boots). This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
LINC030 Lincoln, Church of St. Benedict LINCOLN (LINC030)
Church of St. Benedict. Printed card by Scarbrough and Co. The card has a Kirton Lindsey R.S.O. postmark dated 1905 over a ½d green postage stamp. It also has a small, single ring Burton Agnes postmark. The message is "Will write tomorrow. All quite well. Mother Frederick and I are all alone today. Emmie gone to the concert in Brigg....." The card is addressed to Rev´d M. Swalwell, Mill Farm, Burton Agnes, Driffield. Light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 6
LINC031 Lincoln, High Street LINCOLN (LINC031)
High Street. "Valesque" Series printed postcard. The card has a Newark postmark dated 1949 and a KGVI orange 2d postage stamp. It is addressed to 51 Spinney Road, Thunder Lane, Norwich (surname Lubbock) Mum and Dad wrote "Having lovely weather. Just off to Nottingham for a good day out. Boston tomorrow, then another ride Sunday. Will write again later.....". Light corner wear
£ 6
LINC032 Lincoln, Multiview Postcard LINCOLN (LINC032)
Stone Bow, The Cathedral from Brayford Water, The Cathedral from Pelham Bridge, The Cathedral from the Castle. Printed postcard. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 1
LINC033 Lincoln, Castle LINCOLN (LINC033)
Castle. Printed card. The card has a small, single ring Lincoln postmark dated 15th January 1907 and a ½d green postage stamp. It has a Brighton address (surname Ashenhurst) "Dear Mag, Did you get P.C. allright (sic) Kindly write back. I am not gone on the photo my son looks like a little pig" Light corner wear
£ 5
LINC034 Lincoln, High Bridge LINCOLN (LINC034)
High Bridge. Printed postcard. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
LINC035 Lincoln, County Hospital LINCOLN (LINC035)
County Hospital. Boots Cash Chemists "Pelham" Series printed postcard. The card has a 1913 postmark over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Rose Cottage, Thorner, Leeds (surname Morley). Good condition
£ 6
LINC036 Lincoln, Church of St. Peter at Arches LINCOLN (LINC036)
Church of St. Peter at Arches. Printed card by W.K. Morton, 290 High Street, Lincoln. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
The Church of St Peter in the Arches (St Peter at Arches) in Lincoln was built in 1724 and stood beside the Guildhall at the corner of what is now Silver Street and High Street. When it was demolished in 1933 many of the fixtures and fittings were transferred to the new Church of St Giles which was built on a new estate to the east of the city. St. Giles Church was dedicated on the 4th April, 1942. The old Buttermarket Pavillion stood in the Churchyard of St Peter at Arches before it was moved to the rear of the Cornhill Building in The Cornmarket
£ 19
Lincoln. High Street LINCOLN (LINC050)
High Street. Boots ‘Pelham Series’ printed postcard. The card shows High Street above the Stonebow. On the right is the Church of St Peter in the Arches (St Peter at Arches) (now demolished) and the Guildhall. An awning on the left of the picture advertises Beaumont, Family Grocer. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
The Church of St Peter in the Arches (St Peter at Arches) in Lincoln was built in 1724 and stood beside the Guildhall at the corner of what is now Silver Street and High Street. When it was demolished in 1933 many of the fixtures and fittings were transferred to the new Church of St Giles which was built on a new estate to the east of the city. St. Giles Church was dedicated on the 4th April, 1942. The old Buttermarket Pavillion stood in the Churchyard of St Peter at Arches before it was moved to the rear of the Cornhill Building in The Cornmarket
£ 11
Lincoln, Butter Market LINCOLN (LINC055)
Butter Market (Buttermarket) The card has a Lincoln postmark dated 1908 over a 1d red postage stamp. It is in poor to fair condition only with creases and corner, edge and face wear
The old Buttermarket Pavillion stood beside the Church of St Peter at Arches before it was moved to the rear of the Cornhill Building in The Cornmarket. The Church of St Peter in the Arches (St Peter at Arches) in Lincoln was built in 1724 and stood beside the Guildhall at the corner of what is now Silver Street and High Street. When it was demolished in 1933 many of the fixtures and fittings were transferred to the new Church of St Giles which was built on a new estate to the east of the city. St. Giles Church was dedicated on the 4th April, 1942
£ 8
LINC039 Lincoln Cinema Programme LINCOLN (LINC039)
Odeon Cinema, Lincoln. Small advertising item in the form of a ‘Funny Driving Licence’ advertising the Rank film ‘The Fast Lady’ which was showing at the Odeon Cinema, High Street, Lincoln for 7 days from 14th April 1963. Cast included James Robertson Justice, Leslie Phillips, Stanley Baxter, Kathleen Harrison. The item has been folded but is otherwise in good condition
Outer Cover
£ 6
LINC040 Lincoln. Stonebow LINCOLN (LINC040)
Stonebow. Undated real photograph. J. Fox & Co., Regal Cinema and Cafe, Higgs (Tobacco People) Saracens Head Hotel, Home and Colonial Tea Stores, F.W. Woolworth & Co. The tower of St. Peter at Arches Church can be seen above the Stonebow (this Church was demolished in 1933) The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
LINC041 Lincoln from Canwick Hill LINCOLN (LINC041)
Lincoln from Canwick Hill. Real photograph. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
LINC044 Lincoln. Stonebow LINCOLN (LINC044)
Stonebow. Real photograph. J. Fox & Co., Regal Cinema and Cafe, Higgs (Tobacco People) Saracens Head Hotel, Home and Colonial Tea Stores, F.W. Woolworth & Co. The tower of St. Peter at Arches Church can be seen above the Stonebow (this Church was demolished in 1933) The card has a Lincoln postmark dated 1930 and a 1d red postage stamp. Light corner ⁄ face wear
£ 8
Lincoln. James Street LINCOLN (LINC045)
James Street. Judges Real Photograph No 3757. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
Lincoln. Whitefriars House LINCOLN (LINC046)
Whitefriars House. Judges Real Photograph No 3730. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
Lincoln. Broadgate LINCOLN (LINC047)
Broadgate. Printed card. Below what is now the Drill Hall is a drinks supplier owned by Someone and Arnold, Bottlers, suppliers of Bass, Ales and Stout and Aerated Waters. A little further up Broadgate a lorry owned by Wellow Wine Co is making a delivery. The Morris Eight motor car in the foreground has the Lincoln registration VL6608. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
Lincoln. Broadgate LINCOLN (LINC048)
Broadgate from Pelham´s Bridge. Real photograph. The card has a Lincoln postmark dated 1964 and a QE2 2½d red postage stamp. It was sent by Eileen to "Stonehaven" Woodhouse Road, Old Hunstanton, Norfolk. There are a number of light creases, particularly around the edges. Magnification reveals a mobile cafe on waste land at centre left and the motor spares shop of Trianon on the right
£ 5
Lincoln. Arboretum LINCOLN (LINC049)
Arboretum. Printed postcard with 1907 postmark. Light corner wear
£ 4
Lincoln. Pottergate LINCOLN (LINC051)
Pottergate. Printed postcard. This card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 3
Lincoln. Stonebow LINCOLN (LINC052)
High Street (Stonebow) ‘Excel Series’ real photograph. Businesses shown include (left to right) R.W. Stokes and Sons (The High Bridge Cafe) Brocksom and Co (Fruiterers and Florists) Regal Cinema Cafe, Saracens Head Hotel, F.W. Woolworth and Co., Mac Fisheries and Liptons. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 8
Lincoln. Castle LINCOLN (LINC053)
Castle (Prison Chapel) Printed card by J. Nock. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 2
Greetings from Lincoln LINCOLN (LINC054)
Greetings from Lincoln. RP. The card has a 1908 postmark and the postage stamp has been removed. Light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 2
Lissington LISSINGTON (LISS001)
Lissington Village near Market Rasen. Printed postcard from the "Jay Em Jay" Series. The card has not been posted (a ½d stamp was required for inland postage) and bears the message "Mrs Clarke. Love from Ada" The card has corner wear and a crease at the bottom left−hand corner
£ 9
LOUT037 Louth, Canal LOUTH (LOUT037)
Navigation (Canal) This reproduction of an old notice was issued as a postcard by Louth Navigation Trust in 1994. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Louth, Corn Exchange LOUTH (LOUT006)
Corn Exchange. This card has a Louth postmark dated 1907 and is addressed to Chapel Lane, Laceby near Grimsby. Good condition
£ 8
Louth Cornmarket LOUTH (LOUT042)
Printed postcard. This card is incorrectly captioned ‘Market Place, Louth’ Businesses shown include Masons Arms, Topley and Central Cafe. A van belonging to W. Crowder and Sons of Horncastle in front of which is a display of plants is parked beside the Masons Arms hotel. Raised cages containing live poultry and rabbits line the centre of the area and on the south side of the Cornmarket is a large display of plants and other produce. A Hillman Minx Californian motor car is parked in the foreground. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 12
Louth, Eastgate LOUTH (LOUT008)
Eastgate. M & L National Series. Businesses shown include Carter Walton (Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist), Jolly Sailor Public House, Cartwright and Pickering (General Stores), The Palace Cinema, C.R. Laking (Butcher) and Stamper (Jeweller). The card is undated but may well be from the 1930´s. This card has not been posted and has corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 8
Louth Flood LOUTH (LOUT013)
Flood (W. Benton No 33) Workmen clearing up after the flood of 29th May 1920 (photograph by W. Benton, 82 Rye Hill, Newcastle on Tyne). This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 19
Louth Flood LOUTH (LOUT014)
Flood (W. Benton No 1) A small group of people inspect the damage caused by the flood of 29th May 1920. The sign board hanging from the damaged building advertises R. Freeman, Family Butcher (photograph by W. Benton, 82 Rye Hill, Newcastle on Tyne). This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 22
LOUT023 Louth, Disaster LOUTH (LOUT023)
Disaster (1920 Flood) Eve Street and Drill Hall. Printed card. Unposted and undated postcard by unknown publisher. Good condition
£ 17
LOUT024 Louth, Disaster LOUTH (LOUT024)
Disaster (1920 Flood) View on Spout Yard. Printed card. Unposted and undated postcard by unknown publisher. Good condition
£ 17
Louth. Grammar School Cricket LOUTH (LOUTH053)
Grammar School Cricket (untitled real photograph) The card has 2 x KGV1 ½d green postage stamps and a Louth postmark dated 1940. "I found this the other day I thought it would interest you if you had not got one. Trusting you are well. A.B." The card is addressed to The Rev. Gilbert Houlden, The Vicarage, St. Peter at Gowts, Lincoln. Good condition
£ 14
Louth, Market Place LOUTH (LOUT021)
Market Place. ‘Photocolour’ card by Dennis. The message on this card is dated 18th April 1987. C and H wrote "Up here for the 4 days Easter Holiday and so far have had perfect weather. Yesterday we did 45 miles on the tandem out to Skegness, up the coast and back again − rather further then we´d intended for the first outing of the year....." Light corner wear
£ 4
LOUT029 Louth, Market Place LOUTH (LOUT029)
Market Place. Real photograph. Businesses shown include (left to right) Strawson (locally made sweets etc), Central Cafe, Dora, M.C. Cousins, J.A. Birkett Ltd., Eve and Ranshaw and Parker's Printing Office. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 12
Louth Market Place LOUTH (LOUT041)
Printed postcard. This card is incorrectly captioned ‘Cornmarket, Louth’ Businesses shown include Combes, A. Cheer and Sons, Parker, Singer and A.C. Pailthorp. A Vauxhall Wyvern (or Velox) motor car is pictured. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 5
Louth, Church of St Michael LOUTH (LOUT012)
St. Michael´s Church from St. Michael´s road. This card has a 1915 postmark. Light corner ⁄ edge wear and v. small tear on top edge
£ 6
Louth Territorials LOUTH (LOUT018)
Territorials. PHOTOGRAPH. The message on the back of this picture reads "This is Louth, Lincs. prob. N.M. Division. Royal Field Art., Louth Aug 1914. For King and Country" It may well show 3rd Lincolnshire Bty (Territorial Force) Royal Field Artillery (1st North Midland Brigade, North Midland (46th) Division) marching along Crowtree Lane towards Hubbard´s Hills. Good condition
£ 12
LOUT025 Louth, Thorpe Hall LOUTH (LOUT025)
Thorpe Hall. Printed card by Valentine. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
Thorpe Hall was built in 1584 for Sir John Bolle, famous for his connection with the ‘Spanish Lady’ or ‘Green Lady’, the ghost of whom, according to local legend, haunts the mansion. The magnificent gardens and parkland total about 20 acres and were laid out by Gertrude Jekyll
£ 15
LOUT026 Louth, Welton Valley LOUTH (LOUT026)
Entrance to Welton Valley (Welton Vale) This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 12
LOUT027 Louth, Upgate LOUTH (LOUT027)
Upgate. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 6
LOUT031 Louth, Church of St James LOUTH (LOUT031)
Church of St. James. Real photographic postcard. The card has a QE2 2½d red postage stamp and is addressed to 85 Leeds Road, Ilkley, Yorkshire. Light corner wear
£ 5
LOUT033 Louth, View from Julian Bower LOUTH (LOUT033)
View from Julian Bower. J.N. printed card. The card has a North Cotes postmark dated 1921 over a 1d red postage stamp and is addressed to Miss Oliver, 128 Wood Street, Grimsby. It also has a 1d Postage Due stamp. Light corner wear ⁄ brown marks on front and back
Back of Card
£ 9
LOUT034 Louth, Church of St. Michael LOUTH (LOUT034)
Church of St. Michael. Printed postcard. The card has a Louth postmark dated 1917 and is addressed to Mrs H. Hay, 201 Stanley Street, Grimsby. It has light corner ⁄ face wear
£ 3
LOUT036 Louth, Girls Grammar School LOUTH (LOUT036)
King Edward VI Girls´ Grammar School. Printed postcard by P.A. Buchanan and Co (printed in France). The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 12
LOUT038 Louth, War Memorial LOUTH (LOUT038)
War Memorial. Real photograph by unknown publisher. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 7
LOUT039 Louth, Westgate Mill Bridge LOUTH (LOUT039)
Mill Bridge. Printed postcard. The card has a squared−circle Louth postmark over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Miss A. Ackroyd, 8 Grimworth Street, Carlisle Road, Bradford, Yorks. Mary wrote "We are enjoying ourselves very much and having lovely weather. We shall be back on Thursday about 8pm. Yours lovingly....." Light corner wear
£ 6
LOUT040 Louth. Pack of postcards LOUTH (LOUT040)
Pack of 6 printed postcards in original cover. "W. Lacey & Co´s Special Penny Post Card Budget.....6 Pictorial Post Cards for 1d.....The post cards may be detached at will" Subjects include St. James Church (from Westgate), St. James Church (interior), Market Place (with many people), View on the Canal at Keddington and Hubbard´s Valley x 2. A ½d postage stamp was required for inland postage. Good condition
The Edinburgh Wool Shop is now at 74 and 76 Eastgate (2012) Lacey Gardens in Louth was named after William Lacey
£ 15
Louth School LOUTH (LOUTH044)
School. Unidentified school (possibly Louth Grammar School) Postcard size sepia photograph by A. James, Louth. The picture has faded a little. Light general wear
£ 10
Louth Church LOUTH (LOUTH045)
Church of St. James. Printed postcard. Unusual view of St. James´ from Upgate showing the east window. Also pictured is the shop of Priestley, Cycle Dealer and supplier of Pratt´s Spirit. The card has not been posted and required a ½d postage stamp for inland postage suggesting a printing date before 1920. Good condition
£ 5
Louth Church LOUTH (LOUTH046)
Church of St. James. Real photograph by Garland of Louth showing the tower and spire surrounded by scaffold. Magnification reveals that £ 5000 was required for this restoration! The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 10
Louth LOUTH (LOUTH047)
Grimsby Road. Printed postcard. The card has a Louth postmark over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Mrs Harvey, 23 Hare Street, Grimsby. "Dear Alice. Just a PC to let you know this is the road you left me on tell Leslie I will send him the next PC" Light corner wear
The footbridge was built by corn merchant Matthew Jackson in 1907 to allow his family to access a garden and tennis court on the opposite side of the road. It was demolished by a lorry in November 1967. The tipping body of the lorry had been left in the ‘up’ position
£ 9
Louth. Church of St. James LOUTH (LOUTH049)
Church of St. James. Printed card. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
The Church is probably pictured from St. Mary´s Lane
£ 6
Louth Grammar School and Church LOUTH (LOUTH050)
Church of St. James from Grammar School. Real photograph showing the Lodge and Science Lab. with St. James´ Church in the background. The card has a King George VI brown 2d postage stamp and is addressed to 18 Austen Avenue, Forest Fields, Nottingham. Light corner wear
£ 9
Louth Registered Motorcycle LOUTH (LOUTH051)
Unknown lady on Louth registered motorcycle, Reg No FU5672. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 8
Louth. Hubbards Valley LOUTH (LOUTH054)
Hubbard´s Valley. Printed postcard. "Dear Jessie. Mother has not got your drawers done but she will send them by Nan on Friday we are sending you this button to put on them it was the Band of Hope treat yesterday Nan and me went to the tea and meeting Mr Page and F. Crowson was speakers and the Miss Christophers recited and we are going to Aunts today we are looking forward to that. Old Mr Sheils is dead died on Monday. Love from all, Hal" The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 5
Louth. Eastgate LOUTH (LOUTH055)
Eastgate. Printed postcard. The card has a squared−circle Market Rasen postmark dated 1904 over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Master F. Martin, Hubberts Rasen, Boston, Lincolnshire (should it be Hubbert´s Bridge?) The message reads "De Aston School, Market Rasen, Lincoln. Dear Frankie, George Martin" Light wear
£ 7
Louth. Bridge Street LOUTH (LOUTH056)
Bridge Street. Printed postcard published by J.W. Goulding and Son, The Library, Mercer Row, Louth. The card has a Louth postmark dated 1922 over a 1d red postage stamp and is addressed to Miss B. Kitchen, Glen Cairn, South Road, Stourbridge, Worcs. "This is our beautiful old Church, don´t you think it very fine? Hope C is being a good little boy. Please give my love and kisses to him....." Light corner wear
£ 4
Louth. Eastgate LOUTH (LOUTH057)
Printed postcard by unknown publisher. The card has a squared−circle Louth postmark dated 1905 over a green ½d postage stamp and is addressed to Miss Elsie Mary Taylor, C ⁄ o Mr W. Taylor (Butcher) Martin, Lincoln. "Dear Elsie, am sending you a postcard of Louth thought you would be expecting one. We have had a lovely day. Have been outdoors most of the day. Hilda does like to go in the town and look at the shops. She is quite a little woman not a bit of trouble. Yours, Mother". The card has light corner wear and a small area of damage to the top edge (see picture)
£ 6
Ludford, Post Office LUDFORD (LUDF001)
The Post Office. Frith LFD10. An unidentified car is parked on the main road outside the Post Office and a Ford E83W van is standing in the lane to the left. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 7
Ludford Church LUDFORD (LUDF002)
Church. Printed card by Frith (No LFD9) This card has not been posted. Light foxing in places otherwise good condition
£ 4
Ludford, Fanny Hands Lane LUDFORD (LUDF003)
Fanny Hands Lane. Printed card by Frith (No LFD4) This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 6
Ludford Church LUDFORD (LUDF004)
Church. Printed card by Frith (No LFD9) This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Ludford. Salter´s Cottages LUDFORD (LUDF005)
Salter´s Cottages. Printed card by Frith (No LFD5) This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
Ludford Parva LUDFORD (LUDF006)
Gibbs´ Series real photograph. The card has two small single−ring Ludford postmarks dated 1923 over two ½d green King George V postage stamps and is addressed to Miss V. Sharpe, 11 Langworth Gate, Lincoln. Nellie wrote "Dear Vera. Just a P.C. hoping this finds you well thanks for the card you sent shall be back on Sat night so will tell you all then. With love from Nellie" Light corner ⁄ edge wear
Back of Card
£ 19
M
Mablethorpe Promenade MABLETHORPE (MABL002)
The Beach and Promenade. PT15353. This card has a Mablethorpe and Sutton−on−Sea postmark dated 21st August 1967 and is addressed to Bridge Road, Chessington. Good condition
£ 3
Mablethorpe Promenade MABLETHORPE (MABL003)
The Promenade. This printed card has two postmarks − Mablethorpe and Derby dated 20th July 1933. It is addressed to Woods Lane, Derby and has light corner and edge wear
£ 5
MABL004 Mablethorpe, Golden Sands MABLETHORPE (MABL004)
Golden Sands. Aerial view. This printed card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
MABL005 Mablethorpe High Street 1981 MABLETHORPE (MABL005)
High Street. Bamforth "Color Gloss" This card has a 1981 postmark and is addressed to Accommodation Road, Horncastle. It has a light crease
£ 4
MABL006 Mablethorpe Sands MABLETHORPE (MABL006)
The Sands. Peacock Brand "Platino−Photo" Early hand−tinted card addressed to Norton, near Doncaster. The Mablethorpe squared−circle postmark is not very clear. This card has a light crease and light corner wear
£ 6
MABL007 Mablethorpe Church MABLETHORPE (MABL007)
The Parish Church. Printed card published by local photographer G.F. Barley, this card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
MABL008 Mablethorpe Beach MABLETHORPE (MABL008)
The Beach. Dennis "Photoblue" (W.H. Smith, Lincoln) This card has a 1967 postmark and is addressed to Asquith Street, Gainsborough. It has light corner wear
£ 3
MABL009 Mablethorpe Promenade MABLETHORPE (MABL009)
Promenade and Shelters from the Rock Pools. "Empire View" Real Photo No 021.102. This card has a 1936 postmark and is addressed to Crowsholt Avenue, Stanmore, Middlesex. It has light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 5
MABL010 Mablethorpe Beach MABLETHORPE (MABL010)
Entrance to Promenade. Unknown publisher. This card has a Mablethorpe squared circle postmark dated 28th July 1906 over a King Edward VIII 1d red stamp. It has a light crease on one corner
£ 7
MABL011 Mablethorpe Sands MABLETHORPE (MABL011)
Sands South of Pullover. Salmon "Sepio" Style No 3709. A large group of people appear to be watching a performance by C.H. Williams´ Bright Sparks Concert Party. The sign board of local photographer G.F. Barley is in the background. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
MABL012 Mablethorpe, Sea Bank Road MABLETHORPE (MABL012)
Sea Bank Road (leading to Tennyson´s Lodge) Photochrom "Celesque" Series No 47337. The house in the foreground has a sign advertising Stubbs Refreshment Rooms. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
MABL014 Mablethorpe Beach MABLETHORPE (MABL014)
View of Beach (with Clements´ Entertainers) Pub. Clark & Son, Louth. This card has not been posted and has light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 12
MABL015 Mablethorpe, Pullover looking West MABLETHORPE (MABL015)
Pullover, Looking West. Jarrold´s Series. Gibraltar Road to the right, Eagle Hotel in the distance. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 6
MABL017 Mablethorpe, Beach from Sandhills MABLETHORPE (MABL017)
Beach from Sandhills. Clark & Son, Louth (Valentines Series). The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 7
MABL018 Mablethorpe from Sandhills MABLETHORPE (MABL018)
Mablethorpe from Sand Hills. WHS "Kingsway" Real Photo Series. This card has not been posted and has light marks on the face
£ 5
MABL019 Mablethorpe High Street (from Pullover) MABLETHORPE (MABL019)
High Street from Pull−Over. Valentines Series. This card is from the early 1900´s and has not been posted. Good condition
£ 8
MABL023 Mablethorpe, Pullover MABLETHORPE (MABL023)
Postcard size photograph of High Street from Pull−over with unknown lady, gentleman and young girl in the foreground. The Cafe Regent is on the left of the picture which has the date, Aug 10th 1925, on the back. Good condition
£ 5
MABL024 Mablethorpe, The Sands MABLETHORPE (MABL024)
The Sands. This card has a Doncaster postmark dated 1905 and is addressed to the Red Lion Hotel, Barnack, Stamford. VGC
£ 4
MABL026 Mablethorpe, High Street MABLETHORPE (MABL026)
High Street with Graves & Co. garage. This card has a Louth postmark dated 16th Oct 1926 and is address to The Bungalow, Wappenham near Towcester. Good condition
£ 10
MABL030 Mablethorpe, Pullover and Memorial MABLETHORPE (MABL030)
Pullover and Memorial. Salmon No 4839. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
MABL031 Mablethorpe, Swimming Basin MABLETHORPE (MABL031)
Swimming Basin. Salmon No 4846. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 10
MABL032 Mablethorpe, High Street MABLETHORPE (MABL032)
High Street. This undated card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 10
MABL034 Mablethorpe, Beach MABLETHORPE (MABL034)
Happy Days at Sunny Mablethorpe. Empire View Real Photograph. Group of holidaymakers and Dan Massey´s beach stall. The card has a Mablethorpe postmark dated 1937 over a KGVI 1d red postage stamp. It is addressed to 3 Lambly Road, Lowdham, Notts. "Dear..... I hope you are enjoying your holiday. We are having quite a nice time. There´s a little girl 9 years and one 14 in the same rooms as ours....." The card has light corner wear
£ 7
MABL035 Mablethorpe, Minstrels MABLETHORPE (MABL035)
Mablethorpe ‘TOC H’ Minstrels. Undated postcard size photograph by F.J. Soar, 25 Victoria Road, Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire. Light corner wear
£ 15
MABL036 Mablethorpe, Entrance to Promenade MABLETHORPE (MABL036)
Mablethorpe. Entrance to Promenade. Unknown publisher, printed in Germany. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 4
MABL037 Mablethorpe, High Street MABLETHORPE (MABL037)
Mablethorpe. High Street. ‘Celesque’ Series printed postcard. This card has light damage to the back where it has been removed from an album. A ½d postage stamp was required for inland postage. The card is addressed to Mr J. Rapley, 67 Elmer Road, West Green Road, S. Tottenham, London, N. Edie wrote "Dear Jim, We are having such a loving time running about quite wild. With much love.....". The stamp has been removed
£ 7
MABL038 Mablethorpe, Trusville Holiday Estate MABLETHORPE (MABL038)
Mablethorpe. Trusville Holiday Estate. Undated card measuring approx. 13 cms x 22 cms with details of "Anything You Can Do", a show featuring Ken Wayne, Paul Kane, El Petanus (Peter and Ann), Stuart Challis and Ann Manning. The card is signed by the performers. Light corner ⁄ edge wear
Trusville Seaside Holiday Village is a large self−contained site with beach front access and is situated about one mile south of Mablethorpe
£ 8
MABL039 Mablethorpe, Trusville Holiday Estate MABLETHORPE (MABL039)
Mablethorpe. Trusville Holiday Estate. Ken Wayne, resident host and compere in "Holiday Showtime" Undated, signed photograph measuring approx. 14 cms x 19 cms. Light corner ⁄ edge wear
Trusville Seaside Holiday Village is a large self−contained site with beach front access and is situated about one mile south of Mablethorpe
£ 8
Fred Carltons Entertainers MABLETHORPE (MABL040)
Fred Carlton´s Entertainers. Real photograph by Bullen of Grimsby. The card has not been posted (a ½d stamp was required for inland postage) The card has light damage to the corners and bottom edge and the picture has faded
£ 7
Clements Entertainers MABLETHORPE (MABL041)
Pierrots (Clements Entertainers) Printed postcard. The card has a ½d green postage stamp and what looks like a 1908 postmark. It is addressed to E and H. Lewin, 10 Glenfield Avenue, Fosse, Leicester. Light wear
£ 6
Mablethorpe Swimming Pool MABLETHORPE (MABL042)
Mablethorpe Swimming Pool (Swimming Basin) Printed card. The card has a Mablethorpe postmark dated 1910 over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Hill View, Harrowby Road, Grantham. George wrote "Dear Hilda. I arrived quite safe and am enjoying myself very much. I had a bath in this basin this afternoon. I will send you a letter on Monday..." Light corner wear ⁄ crease
£ 7
MANB001 Manby, Airfield Control Tower MANBY (MANB001)
Airfield Control Tower 2008. Amateur photograph measuring approx. 6 ins x 4 ins (15 cms x 10 cms) printed by Snapfish
£ 1
MARE002 MAREHAM LE FEN (MARE002)
Gosling´s Bus Service. Undated bus ticket by Bell Punch. Good condition but with two small pin holes
£ 1
MKBY001 Markby Church MARKBY (MKBY001)
Church. Real photograph by Nainby of Alford. The card has not been posted and has what is probably the date ‘1909’ on the back with a note about the turret (which is not shown on some later pictures)
£ 20
MDEEP001 Market Deeping MARKET DEEPING (MDEEP001)
Church Street. This card has a single ring, duplex Market Deeping postmark dated August 1905 and is addressed to Dixon Street, Lincoln. Light corner wear
£ 7
MRAS001 Market Rasen MARKET RASEN (MRAS001)
Waterloo Road. This card is by C. Fieldhouse of Market Rasen and has a Market Rasen postmark over a green ½d stamp. Good condition
£ 7
MRAS002 Market Rasen. De Aston School MARKET RASEN (MRAS002)
De Aston Grammar School. This W.H. Smith ‘Kingsway’ Real Photo Card cost one penny when new and inland postage was ½d. It has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
MKTS001 Market Stainton Church MARKET STAINTON (MKTS001)
Church of St. Michael. A real photograph by A.W. Bourne of Leicester. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 12
MARS001 Marshchapel MARSHCHAPEL (MARS001)
The Village. No 511. Unknown photographer. Two men are seated in a small open tourer motor car (registration number LK4162) and four boys and a man are standing in the roadway. The card has not been posted and has a light crease
£ 12
MARS002 Marshchapel MARSHCHAPEL (MARS002)
Church of St. Mary (interior) Tuck´s Post Card. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Marshchapel MARSHCHAPEL (MARS003)
Norman Cottage. Real photograph by Lilywhite of Halifax. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 9
MIDV001 Midville, Hobhole Drain MIDVILLE (MIDV001)
Hobhole Drain "Well known to Anglers". The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
MIL003 Church Service before Battle MILITARY (MIL003)
Church Service before Battle. No 24 in Daily Mail Battle Pictures. "This impressive picture shows a Church of England service on the battlefield for troops going into the trenches, the Chaplain officiating from a small field altar" The card has not been posted and is in fair condition. It has pin−holes and a crease at one corner
£ 5
N
NVBY001 Navenby Church NAVENBY (NVBY001)
Church. Real photographic postcard by unknown publisher. The card has a Wellingore postmark dated 24th December 1911 over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Miss Mastin, St. Margaret´s Lodge, Upper Lindum, Lincoln. Edith wrote "Wishing you a very happy Christmas and much prosperity in the New Year. Hoping you are well....." Good condition
£ 5
NETT001 Nettleham, Mill Hill NETTLEHAM (NETT001)
Mill Hill. Real photograph published by A.W. Bourne of Leicester. The card has not been posted and has light wear
£ 7
New York NEW YORK (NYORK001)
Real photograph published by C.E. Peacock, The Green, Mareham le Fen. Magnification reveals a pony and trap and a motor car approaching the village from the south. The village store has the name ‘Brighton´s General Stores’ on the front. The card has a New York postmark dated 1921 over a 1½d (three−halfpenny) brown postage stamp and is addressed to Mrs Hepworth, C ⁄ o Mrs Jenkinson, 25 West Street, Bridlington. Bertha wrote "C ⁄ o Mrs Greaves, New York, Lincs. Having a ripping time hope you are weather fair but cool. Love....." The card has corner and face wear
£ 15
NOCT002 Nocton NOCTON (NOCT002)
Photograph UNCONFIRMED LOCATION This picture came from an album entitled "RAF Nocton Hall" The picture measures approx. 15 cms x 10.5 cms (5 3⁄4 x 4 ins) and the corners are creased
£ 4
NFERR001 North Ferriby NORTH FERRIBY (NFERR001)
North Ferriby. Printed postcard. The card has a small, single ring (thimble) Lockington postmark dated 1907 and is addressed to Miss J. Lewis, 18 Blaydes Street, Cottingham Road, Hull. "Dear Jessie, Was so pleased to receive your P.C. I too must ask you to excuse my not writing before and put it down to lack of time not to lack of desire. Shall be very pleased to hear from you soon. Give my love to Ida....." The surname of the sender is Strachan. Light corner wear
£ 6
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OBOL003 Old Bolingbroke OLD BOLINGBROKE (OBOL003)
Old Bolingbroke. Printed postcard. The card is addressed to Mr and Mrs Lettice, 1 Cleethorpe Road, Grimsby and the stamp (½d green) has been partially removed. There is a large crease down the centre and a few marks on the face
£ 7
OBOL004 Old Bolingbroke OLD BOLINGBROKE (OBOL004)
Old Bolingbroke. Printed postcard by W.K. Morton (No 80). The card is addressed to Mr Lettice, 1 Cleethorpes Road, Grimsby and has a squared−circle Spilsby postmark dated 1907 over a ½d green postage stamp. It also has a single−ring Old Bolingbroke ‘B’ postmark bearing the same date. Light corner wear ⁄ heavy postmark
£ 12
OBOL005 Old Bolingbroke OLD BOLINGBROKE (OBOL005)
Old Bolingbroke. Printed postcard. The card is addressed to Mrs B. Lettice, 1 Cleethorpe Road, Grimsby and has a 1915 postmark over a ½d green postage stamp. "Sep 1st. Dear Mam, Thanks for forwarding letter and P.C. I expect you thought it was from John but it wasn´t, it was from I. Standaloft and he says he is in the best of health different to what Walter said isn´t it. This picture is of Dug Paynes house and tell Sybil he was out with a girl last night but dont know who she is. Marjorie and I clued last night a pair a (of?) daft apes. Write back, Ethel. Grandma received Sybil´s letter as well" Good condition with only light corner wear
£ 12
Old Bolingbroke Pageant OLD BOLINGBROKE (OBOL006)
Old Bolingbroke. Postcard size photograph by A. Fieldsend, Silver Street, Lincoln. A pencil note on the back attributes the photograph to ‘Old Bolingbroke’ but the location cannot be guaranteed
£ 7
OCLEE001 Old Clee Church OLD CLEE (OCLEE001)
Old Clee Church, Cleethorpes − over 700 years old. Valentines Series No 70332. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
Old Clee Church OLD CLEE (OCLEE002)
Old Clee Church, Cleethorpes. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
OCLEE003 OLD CLEE VILLAGE Old Clee Village, Cleethorpes. The card has not been posted and is in good condition £ 5
PANT030 Panton College PANTON (PANT030)
Art Room. Printed postcard photographed and published by Marshall, Keene and Co., Hove, Sussex. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 17
PANT031 Panton College PANTON (PANT031)
Theatre. Printed postcard photographed and published by Marshall, Keene and Co., Hove, Sussex. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 15
Panton College PANTON (PANT032)
Quadrangle. Printed postcard photographed and published by Marshall, Keene and Co., Hove, Sussex. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 18
Panton College PANTON (PANT033)
Panton College. Bathing Pool. Printed postcard by unknown publisher. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 15
Panton College PANTON (PANT034)
Panton College. St. Francis´ Walk. Printed postcard by unknown publisher. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 9
Panton College PANTON (PANT035)
Panton College. The Trout Stream − The Drive. Printed postcard by unknown publisher. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 9
PART001 Partney Post Office PARTNEY (PART001)
Post Office Stores, Partney. Bond´s General Stores and Post Office. This card has a small, single–ring, Partney postmark dated 1909 over a ½d green postage stamp. Tom wrote "Dear Amy, Just to wish you many happy returns. Sorry I am a bit late with it. This is where we are working now....." It is addressed to Miss A. Holmes, C ⁄ o Mrs Collingham, Lindum Road, Lincoln. The face and corners of the card are creased and it has light foxing
£ 12
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REDM001 Redmile Church REDMILE (REDM001)
Redmile Church, near Grantham. This card may be pre−1920. It does not appear to have been posted. The message reads "No coal on Monday next for E.F. Harris. Call as usual Monday week. 12 Bartholomew Street West" Good condition
Redmile is now in Leicestershire
£ 2
REEP001 Reepham, Brattleby House REEPHAM (REEP001)
Brattleby House. Photograph UNCONFIRMED LOCATION For inland postage a ½d stamp was necessary which suggests a date prior to 1920. A previous collector has written "Brattleby House, Reepham" on the back. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Ruskington RUSKINGTON (RUSK001)
Ruskington. Printed postcard published by W.K. Morton. The card is addressed to Miss E. Fish, C ⁄ o Mrs Coney, 33 Morton Terrace, Gainsborough. Bill wrote "Dear E., Is this good enough for you?" The stamp has been removed and the card has corner wear
£ 4
RYH001 Ryhall Church RYHALL (RYH001)
Ryhall Church. Published by Dolby Bros., Stationers, Stamford, this card has not been posted. It has light corner wear
£ 3
S
Saltfleet Manor House SALTFLEET (SALT001)
Manor House. Exterior View, Panel where Cromwell was Concealed, Old Wallpaper, The Window Pane and it´s Record. M.H. wrote "Many thanks for P.C. I am having a right good time we are having some decent weather now. I was sorry I could not get to Scarbro last night for the Gala. I am going to do some work today for a change so will say goodbye for the present" The card is addressed to Mr E. Brambles, Spring Bank, Seamer Road, Scarborough. It is in POOR CONDITION
£ 1
Saltfleet New Inn SALTFLEET (SALT003)
New Inn. Printed card by S.M. Gibson & Co., Gateshead on Tyne. A group of people are standing beside the gate of the Inn. In the yard is a hose−drawn wagon of Sir Robert Fosset and Sons Grand Circus. The card has not been posted and required a ½d postage stamp for inland postage. Light corner wear
£ 15
Saltfleetby. Rimac Estate SALTFLEETBY (SALT002)
Rimac Estate. Hand−tinted (coloured) real photograph issued by the owners J.P. Newton and Son. The card was sent from Rimac House and the message is dated 11th August 1932. Percy wrote "Having a good time and all have benefited by the change. Are going home on Sat noon but we have had lovely weather. Kind regards....." The card is addressed to Mr G. Gilbert, C ⁄ o Mr Dawson, Butcher, High Street, Navenby, Lincs. If the card has been posted the stamp has been removed. Corner ⁄ face wear
£ 12
Scrivelsby Court, Lion Gateway SCRIVELSBY (SCRIV002)
Lion Gateway, Scrivelsby Court. Printed postcard. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
SKEG058 Skegness, Clements Entertainers SKEGNESS (SKEG058)
Clements´ Entertainers. Real photographic postcard by photographer A. James of Louth. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 18
SKEG047 Skegness, Fred Clements London Concert Party SKEGNESS (SKEG047)
Fred Clements London Concert Party, The Lawn, Skegness (Fred Clements is second from the right) The card has a Hampstead N.W. Sorting Office postmark dated 1909. Corner wear
£ 15
SKEG037 Skegness, Clements Entertainers SKEGNESS (SKEG037)
Clements Arcadia Entertainers. Real photographic postcard. Fred Clements is nearest to the left side of the picture. The card has not been posted. It has faded slightly on the right side but is otherwise in good condition
£ 19
SKEG063 Skegness, Clements Entertainers SKEGNESS (SKEG063)
Clements Royal Entertainers. Postcard−size modern copy of old photograph. Good condition
£ 3
SKEG029 Skegness, Charabanc SKEGNESS (SKEG029)
The Pier. A charabanc is pictured in front of the pier entrance. Clements´ Entertainers booking office is to the right of the kiosk selling cream ices. The advertising boards announce orchestral and vocal concerts (held every Sunday) and Leslie Wayne´s benefit on Thursday 28th July. This undated photograph has faded slightly but otherwise is in good condition
£ 15
SK013 SKEGNESS (SK013)
Clock Tower and Parade. Printed card ‘Copyright SKG3’ The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
SKEG020 Skegness, Clock Tower SKEGNESS (SKEG020)
The Front and Clock Tower. Regent Series No 268. This card has a 1924 postmark over a 1½d brown KGV stamp. Good condition
£ 5
SKEG033 Skegness, Clock Tower SKEGNESS (SKEG033)
Jubilee Clock Tower and Promenade. Valentine´s Series. This card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 4
SKEG038 Skegness, Clock Tower SKEGNESS (SKEG038)
Jubilee Clock Tower and North Parade with goat carts. This card has a ½d green stamp and is addressed to Mrs Revells of South Killingholme. The top right corner has a light crease and the other corners have light wear
£ 10
SKEG042 Skegness Battle of Flowers SKEGNESS (SKEG042)
Battle of Flowers. Printed card published by Peakome of Boston. The card has a squared−circle Skegness postmark and a Woodhouse, Sheffield postmark both dated 1906. It is addressed to Miss Walton, Church Lane, Hackenthorpe, Sheffield. Light corner wear
£ 15
SKEG043 Skegness Clock Tower SKEGNESS (SKEG043)
Clock Tower and Lumley Road. Valentine´s Real Photograph. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 7
SKEG049 Skegness, Clock Tower and Sands SKEGNESS (SKEG049)
Clock Tower and Sands. Real photographic postcard. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
SKEG050 Skegness, Clock Tower SKEGNESS (SKEG050)
Jubilee Clock Tower and Promenade. Printed postcard. This card has a squared−circle, Skegness postmark dated December 12th 1901 over a ½d green postage stamp. It was sent from Clarence House, South Parade, Skegness to Mrs Sutcliffe, 6 Brook Street, Sandiacre, Nottingham. "Dear Friends, Arrived here safe, have nice apartments opposite the sea, sea very rough. I think it will do us all good, not many people about. Thanks very much for all your kindness hope to be with you about Xmas. I feel much better than I did on Sunday. With love to all....." Good condition
£ 4
SKEG001 SKEGNESS (SKEG001)
Lumley Road. Valentine´s printed card. The card is addressed to East Stoke, near Newark (surname Winter) and has a Boston postmark dated July 1912. "Dr B. We hope to be home tomorrow 29th arrives in Newark about 3 o´clock can you meet us hope you are all well from Mother" Light corner wear
£ 3
SKEG028 Skegness, Lumley Road SKEGNESS (SKEG028)
Lumley Road. This card has a 1910 postmark and is in good condition
£ 2
Skegness Pier SKEGNESS (SKEG070)
Pier. Printed postcard with Arcadian Follies at the Pier Pavilion, Pier Cafe and Wrates Kiosk. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
Skegness, Europa Pier Smash SKEGNESS (SKEG065)
Skegness Pier Smash, March 21st 1919. Printed postcard published by Sanbride from a photograph by C.J. Farmer. The card has a small, single ring Skegness postmark dated 26th July 1919 and is addressed to 97 Lower Thrift Street, Northampton (surname Maltby) "Dear Bill. Arrived today with "wife". Having fine time. Weather good. Staying a week. Give my kind regards to wife". The card was sent from C ⁄ o Mrs Barber, Drummond Villas, South Parade, Skegness. Light corner wear
The schooner ‘Europa’ hit the pier on 21st March 1919
£ 25
Skegness Pier SKEGNESS (SKEG068)
Pier. Printed postcard. A board at the entrance to the Pier announces that the "Zancigs are coming" The card has not been posted and has corner wear
Julius and Agnes Zancig were international stage magicians who performed during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Agnes Zancig died about 1916
£ 3
SKEG002 SKEGNESS (SKEG002)
Greetings from Skegness. Beach and Pier, Boating Lake, Bathing Pool, Sunk Gardens and The Pier. ‘Glossy’ card from the ‘Nene’ Series published by H. Coates of Wisbech. The card has not been posted and has part of a message on the back. Good condition
£ 5
SKEG009 Skegness SKEGNESS (SKEG009)
Four Views – The Pier, Lumley Road, Promenade, Launch of Lifeboat. Photochrom ‘Celesque’ Series printed card. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 9
SKEG012 Skegness SKEGNESS (SKEG012)
The Sun Lounge and Gardens (Sun Castle) Excel Series Real photograph. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
SKEG016 Skegness Beach SKEGNESS (SKEG016)
Beach. Helter Skelter and other amusements including Marsh´s Merry Men and Burnham´s Beach Cafe. Skegness S.O. postmark dated August 21st 1909. Good condition
£ 6
SKEG017 Skegness Beach SKEGNESS (SKEG017)
On the Sands. Helter Skelter, Big Wheel and Pleasure Boat. The card has not been posted and is in excellent condition
£ 6
SKEG019 Skegness, Seathorne SKEGNESS (SKEG019)
Seathorne (Skegness) Seeley House. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 2
SKEG022 Skegness, Cafe Dansant SKEGNESS (SKEG022)
Cafe Dansant. "Dania 226−151" This undated card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 7
SKEG024 Skegness, Boating SKEGNESS (SKEG024)
Boating. This early "Queen Series" card has not been posted and is in excellent condition
£ 6
SKEG025 Skegness, Figure Eight SKEGNESS (SKEG025)
Figure Eight and Sands. This card has a large, single ring, Skegness SO postmark over a ½d green stamp. Light corner wear
£ 6
SKEG027 Skegness, Drummond Road SKEGNESS (SKEG027)
Drummond Road. This card has a 1932 postmark and is addressed to The Combs, Farnsfield, Newark, Notts. It has a small (5mm) tear at the top but is otherwise in good condition
£ 7
SKEG031 Skegness, Boating Lake SKEGNESS (SKEG031)
Boating Lake. Violet wrote "Dear Alice and all, Am having a good time. Have come over here for the day. Cheerio, Violet" The card has a 1925 postmark and is addressed to Norfolk Place, Boston. It is in fair condition
£ 3
SKEG032 Skegness, Paddling Pool SKEGNESS (SKEG032)
Children´s Paddling Pool. This card has a 1932 postmark and is addressed to Jerry Street, Nelson, Lancs. It has light corner and edge wear
£ 3
SKEG036 Skegness, Derbyshire Miners Home SKEGNESS (SKEG036)
Derbyshire Miners´ Home, Winthorpe. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 1
SKEG039 Skegness, St Andrews Drive SKEGNESS (SKEG039)
St. Andrew´s Drive. Dania Glossy RP. This card has a Skegness postmark dated 1923 and is addressed to 40 Mapperley Road, Nottingham (surname Daft) One corner has a light crease
£ 7
SKEG040 Skegness. Butlins Holiday Camp, Church SKEGNESS (SKEG040)
Butlins Holiday Camp, Skegness − The Church. Real photograph by unknown photographer. This card has a plain back. It has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 10
SKEG041 Skegness, Church of St. Clement SKEGNESS (SKEG041)
St. Clement´s Church with Edwardian harvest scene. This printed card was published by Geo. Burley, 6 Lumley Road, Skegness. It has not been posted and has a small (3mm) tear on the bottom edge
£ 5
SKEG046 Skegness, Vine Hotel SKEGNESS (SKEG046)
Vine Hotel. Printed card by Ed. J. Burrow and Company Ltd., Cheltenham. The card has a Skegness postmark dated 1916 over a ½d green postage stamp. It is addressed to Mrs Buckley, Oxford House, Southbourne, Bournemouth. "I was so pleased to hear from you that you are having such a nice time. We are here for a fortnight so home on Saturday have had a lovely time. Pat sends her love to Joyce....." Good condition
£ 10
SKEG048 Skegness, Algitha Road SKEGNESS (SKEG048)
Algitha Road. Real photographic postcard by Montgomery and Co of Nottingham. The card has a Skegness S.O. postmark dated 1910 and is addressed to Mrs Stanley, Baker Street, Hucknall Torkard, Notts. The card has general wear and part of the stamp is missing
£ 3
SKEG051 Skegness, Parade and Sands SKEGNESS (SKEG051)
Parade and Sands. The card has a 1907 postmark over a ½d green postage stamp and was sent from Lenton House, Cavendish Road, Skegness to Miss Sutcliffe, 6 Brook Street, off Derby Road, Sandiacre, Nottingham. "Dear Mabel, Hope you are enjoying your holidays. The weather is only passable. How´s the frog? Give my love to all. Love from Eliza" Corner wear
£ 3
SKEG052 Skegness, Lifeboat Charles Fred Grantham SKEGNESS (SKEG052)
Skegness Lifeboat Charles Fred Grantham. Real photographic multiview postcard published by Walfred Photographics Ltd of Skegness. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 3
SKEG053 Skegness, Tower Esplanade (Grand Parade) SKEGNESS (SKEG053)
Tower Esplanade. Valentine´s real photographic postcard. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
SKEG054 Skegness, Old Church SKEGNESS (SKEG054)
Old Church. Printed postcard. This card has a single−ring Toronto (Ont) postmark dated 1910 and a green 1 cent Canadian postage stamp. It is addressed to Mr Brotherton, 152 Cumberland Street, Toronto. Good condition
£ 4
SKEG056 Skegness, Butlins Dungeon SKEGNESS (SKEG056)
Butlins Holiday Camp. The Dungeon. Real Photographic postcard by Avery´s Library. The Skegness postmark on this card is dated 25th July 1941. It was sent by ‘A’ to Mr and Mrs Ellis, 96 Moorland Road, Weston Super Mare. "This is the place we had our kit issued to us. It looked a bit different. Doesn´t it remind you something of the Grotto. I´m going home for weekend leave next week. How are my lettuces coming on?" Light corner ⁄ edge wear
HMS Royal Arthur was a shore training establishment of the Royal Navy, initially Butlins holiday camp, Ingoldmells near Skegness, and later at Corsham, Wiltshire. It was commissioned on 22 September 1939 becoming the central reception depot for new naval entries. Royal Arthur continued in service until 1946
£ 9
SKEG057 Skegness, Butlins Chalets SKEGNESS (SKEG057)
Butlins Holiday Camp. The Chalets. Real Photographic postcard. The Skegness postmark on this card is dated 15th September 1941. It was sent by Arthur to Mr and Mrs Ellis, 96 Moorland Road, Weston Super Mare, Somerset. "Just a card to let you know that I have had a safe journey back to my "Ship", view of same overleaf, no girls here now though. Many thanks for a lovely week−end. Writing a letter soon" Light corner ⁄ edge wear
HMS Royal Arthur was a shore training establishment of the Royal Navy, initially Butlins holiday camp, Ingoldmells near Skegness, and later at Corsham, Wiltshire. It was commissioned on 22 September 1939 becoming the central reception depot for new naval entries. Royal Arthur continued in service until 1946
£ 9
SKEG059 Skegness, Boating Lake SKEGNESS (SKEG059)
Boating Lake. Real photograph by Donlion Productions of Doncaster. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
SKEG061 Skegness, Woodside Holiday Centre SKEGNESS (SKEG061)
Woodside Holiday Centre. Real photograph by Wrate of Skegness. The card has a Skegness postmark dated 1963 and an 8d pink QE2 postage stamp. It was sent by Airmail to La Jolla, California, U.S.A. Vertical crease
£ 4
SKEG064 Skegness, Unknown Hotel SKEGNESS (SKEG064)
Unknown Hotel. Postcard−size modern copy of old photograph. Good condition
£ 1
SKEG066 Skegness, Tower Gardens SKEGNESS (SKEG066)
Tower Gardens. Tower Gardens with the Pavilion in the distance. Printed hand−coloured postcard. The card has a squared−circle postmark dated 1908 over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Mr O. Staynes, Lancashire Pastry Shop, Narboro (Narborough) Road, Lester (Leicester) "Dear Oliver, Glad to say we are having lovely weather. Burning hot in the sun. I wish we were staying longer. Out every morning before breakfast. Been to Clements this afternoon. We are getting very brown. Mother" The card has corner wear
£ 4
SKEG067 Skegness, Wainfleet Road SKEGNESS (SKEG067)
Wainfleet Road. Printed postcard. The card has a squared−circle Skegness postmark dated 1908 and is addressed to Master O. Staynes, 1 Raymond Road, Leicester. "Dear Oliver, Enjoying myself immensely been on the sand chute and going to the pierrots now" Corner wear
£ 5
Skegness, Tower Gardens SKEGNESS (SKEG071)
Tower Gardens. Hand−coloured real photograph showing two young ladies standing on the rustic bridge in Tower Gardens. The card has a Skegness postmark dated 1933 and a 1d red postage stamp. It is addressed to Misses E. Bray and E. McAdams at Moorlyn, 64 Trafalgar Square, Scarborough. Lucy and Lizzie wrote "Dear E & E. Thanks for P.C. See where we have got to? It´s grand here and half a day is long enough. We are nearly broke. We hav´nt got as far as the sea yet. Tea is more in our line. We are too full for words. Bye bye and be good girls..." Light corner wear
£ 3
Skegness Multiview SKEGNESS (SKEG072)
Five Views. Real photograph with 4472 ‘Flying Scotsman’ in the centre. The card has a Skegness postmark dated 1937, a Duke of Windsor 1d red postage stamp, and is addressed to Miss L. Weber, 100 Great North Road, Dunstable, Beds. C wrote "Dearest, Enjoying the trip, weather fine. See you soon. Love..." The card has light corner wear ⁄ foxing and a small mark on bottom edge
£ 3
Skegness. Algitha Road SKEGNESS (SKEG073)
Algitha Road. ‘Queen Series’ printed postcard. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 4
SLEA001 Sleaford Multiview SLEAFORD (SLEA001)
Valentines RP Multiview No K7224. St Deny´s Church, Eastgate, East Banks and C.C. Offices, The Sessions House and Southgate and Handley Monument. This undated card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
SLEA002 Sleaford, West Banks SLEAFORD (SLEA002)
West Banks. Printed card by W.K. Morton. This undated card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
SLEA004 Sleaford, River Slea SLEAFORD (SLEA004)
River Slea. Valentines "Crystoleum" Series printed card. This card has not been posted. Light corner wear ⁄ light crease to bottom edge
£ 4
SLEA005 Sleaford, Handley Monument SLEAFORD (SLEA005)
Handley Monument. Tuck SLD11 RP. This card has a Sleaford postmark dated 1954 over a 2d brown QE2 postage stamp. It was sent from the Hundleby Hotel, Spilsby to a London address. Light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 5
SLEA006 Sleaford, West Banks SLEAFORD (SLEA006)
West Banks. Real photograph by Jackson and Son of Grimsby. Two children pose for the photographer and a lady cycles past delivery carts. The card has a Sleaford postmark dated 1919 over a 1d red postage stamp. Corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 10
SLEA007 Haverholme Priory SLEAFORD (SLEA007)
Haverholme Priory. Printed card. This card has not been posted. One corner is creased
£ 9
Sleaford. East Bank SLEAFORD (SLEA008)
East Bank. Printed card. The card is addressed to Carrington Villa, Southborough. Leonard wrote "Dear Aunt. I thank you for your picture postcard. I am sending one of East Banks but will send you one of West Banks next time. Your affectionate nephew....." The stamp has been removed and the card has light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 3
Sleaford, West Banks SLEAFORD (SLEA009)
West Banks. Printed card by W.K. Morton. This undated card has not been posted and has the message "Mr F. Payne. With...Kind Remembrances and Best Wishes for Xmas and the Coming Year. From Ethel to Freddy" Light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 6
SNIT001b Snitterby, Church SNITTERBY (SNIT001B)
Church (interior) Printed card by Raphael Tuck and Sons published for A. Skelton, Post Office and Stores, Snitterby. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
SOMB001 Somersby Church SOMERSBY (SOMB001)
Church and Cross. Printed card published by Carlton of Horncastle and Woodhall Spa. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
SOMB002 Thatched House SOMERSBY (SOMB002)
The Home of the Northern Farmer. Wrench Series No 15524. A ½d stamp is indicated for inland postage. It has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
SOMB003 Little Girl with Cart SOMERSBY (SOMB003)
Road to Old Grange and Rectory (with little girl, cart and dog) This card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 12
SELK001 South Elkington Church SOUTH ELKINGTON (SELK001)
South Elkington Church Interior. Printed card which required a ½d stamp for inland postage suggesting a printing date pre−1920. Good condition
£ 5
SORM001 South Ormsby SOUTH ORMSBY (SORM001)
South Ormsby Church and School. Printed card by Carlton of Horncastle. This card has not been posted. A ½d stamp was required for inland postage suggesting a printing date pre−1920. Good condition
£ 7
SREST001 South Reston SOUTH RESTON (SREST001)
Grant´s House. Printed card. Magnification reveals a man and two ladies posing near the front door of the cottage and a pony and trap approaching the photographer. The card has a Reston postmark dated 1905 over a ½d green postage stamp. It is addressed to Miss C. Dickson, C ⁄ o 44 Clerk Street, Edinburgh. "Dear Cis, Mary G and I have had a fine time not far from here. Hope you have enjoyed yourself. Hope to see you on Sunday. Yours, M.S." One corner is creased
£ 15
STHRY001 Southrey Railway Station SOUTHREY (STHRY001)
Railway Station. Undated postcard−size photograph by Douglas Thompson. Good condition
£ 5
STHOR001 South Thoresby Football Team SOUTH THORESBY (STHOR001)
Football team. 1935 ⁄ 6 season. Postcard size photograph by Nainby, Alford. Light creases ⁄ indentations ⁄ corner wear
£ 15
Spalding. Cunninghams Drove SPALDING (SPAL001)
Cunningham´s Drove. Valentine´s Series. This card has a Belgian address and the stamp has been removed. It has light corner wear ⁄ creases
£ 4
SPAL003 Tuesday Market SPALDING (SPAL003)
Market Place, Tuesday Market. This card has a 1908 postmark over a ½d green stamp. The card has edge ⁄ corner wear and the back has a library stamp. Light foxing
£ 8
SP001 Spilsby, Grace Swan Memorial Hospital SPILSBY (SP001)
Grace Swan Memorial Hospital. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
SPIL001 Spilsby, Market Place SPILSBY (SPIL001)
Market Place. This card is probably from the late 1920´s or early 1930´s (a 1d stamp is indicated for inland postage) It has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
SPIL002 Spilsby, Market Street SPILSBY (SPIL002)
Market Street. This card has a 1978 postmark and is addressed to Robins Hill, London Road, Hitchin. It has light corner wear
£ 3
SPIL004 Spilsby High Street SPILSBY (SPIL004)
High Street. Valentines "Sepiatype" Businesses include Searby (grocer) and W.K. Morton & Sons. Morton´s shop was also a branch office of the Lincoln, Rutland and Stamford Mercury. This card is probably from the late 1920´s or early 1930´s (a 1d stamp is indicated). It has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
SPIL005 Spilsby High Street SPILSBY (SPIL005)
High Street (Frith) This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
SPIL006 Spilsby, Market Street SPILSBY (SPIL006)
Market Street and Methodist Chapel (Frith) This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
SPIL007 Spilsby Parish Church SPILSBY (SPIL007)
Parish Church (Frith) This card has not been posted and has a light crease
£ 4
SPIL008 Spilsby, 5 Views SPILSBY (SPIL008)
Spilsby Multiview. Butter Cross, Market Street, Church, Market Place, High Street. Frith´s Series printed card. This card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 3
Raithby Hall and Church SPILSBY (RAITHBY) (SPIL011)
Raithby (near Spilsby) Hall and Church. Printed card by W.K. Morton and Sons Ltd., Spilsby. The card has a ½d green postage stamp (the postmark is unclear) ‘Twinkle’ wrote "Dear Ethel. Hope you are having a nice time. I am enjoying myself very much" The card is addressed to Miss E. Parkinson, 33 St. Thomas´s Road, Spalding and is in good condition
£ 10
Raithby, Lych Gate SPILSBY (RAITHBY) (SPIL012)
Raithby (near Spilsby) The Lych Gate. Printed card by W.K. Morton and Sons, Spilsby (No 7) The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 3
SPRD001 Spridlington Church SPRIDLINGTON (SPRD001)
Spridlington Church. Hayes Series No 30. The ½d green stamp has a 1905 postmark. The card is addressed to Home Farm, Carlton, Worksop and has light corner wear
£ 4
STAIN001 Stainby Church STAINBY (STAIN001)
Church. Townes Series. The card has two postmarks − Grantham dated Dec 31st 1907 and Bath dated Jan 1st 1908. Light corner wear
£ 10
STAM001 Stamford Multiview STAMFORD (STAM001)
Stamford. 7 Views − From the Meadows, Burghley Lodge, Infirmary, Burghley Alms Houses and Bridge, High Street St Martins, St Mary´s Church, The George Hotel. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
STAM002 Stamford, St Marys Hill STAMFORD (STAM002)
St Mary´s Hill. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
STAM003 Stamford, All Saints Church STAMFORD (STAM003)
All Saints Church. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
STAM004 Stamford, Bridge and George Hotel STAMFORD (STAM004)
Bridge and George Hotel. This card has a 1904 single ring duplex postmark. Light corner wear
£ 5
STAM005 Stamford, St. Martins STAMFORD (STAM005)
St Martin´s Church. This card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 3
STAM006 Stamford, Browns Hospital STAMFORD (STAM006)
Browns Hospital. This card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 4
Burghley House STAMFORD (STAM007)
Burghley House and Lake. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 3
STEN001 Stenigot House STENIGOT (STEN001)
Stenigot House. This card ⁄ photograph has not been posted. It has light corner wear
In 1910 the Stenigot Estate was sold by Richard and Robert Chatterton to Col. H.T. Fenwick, CMG, DSO, a partner in a Sunderland brewery and Liberal M.P. for the Houghton−le−Spring division of Durham from 1892 to 1895. Stenigot House was built for Col. Fenwick in 1911 − the architect was A.N. Prentice. The house, which probably stands on the site of an earlier house, is built into the side of Stenigot Hill and overlooks the Bain valley. The Dennis family have occupied Stenigot House since the late 1940´s. This picture may well have been taken soon after the house was completed
£ 25
Stenigot New Farm STENIGOT (STEN002)
Stenigot New Farm. Real photograph. The card has a Benniworth postmark dated 1912 over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Miss M. Coult, Low Street, Swinefleet, Goole. W. Jeffrey? wrote "Dear M. Just this card to wish you many happy returns of your Birthday. This is the house were (sic) John lives. Gald (sic) to hear Aunty´s better. John and I have just come home and had some pancake. With love to all" The card has a few light brown spots but is otherwise in good condition
£ 25
STF001 Stickford Church STICKFORD (STF001)
Parish Church (Jay em Jay). This card probably dates from the early 1920´s and has not been posted. It is in good condition
£ 4
STNY001 Stickney, Sargeants Garage STICKNEY (STNY001)
J. Sargeant, The Garage. Printed card published by M.V and F. Cartwright, The Stores, Holland House, Stickney. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 14
STNY002 Stickney Gala STICKNEY (STNY002)
Gala. Undated postcard−size photograph by unknown photographer. UNCONFIRMED LOCATION. Good condition
£ 7
STNY005 Stickney Football Team STICKNEY (STNY005)
Football team. Undated photograph by unknown photographer. Good condition
£ 10
STNY006 Stickney Football Team STICKNEY (STNY006)
Football team. Undated photograph by J. Wield of Woodhall Spa. Fair to good condition
£ 9
STNY007 Stickney Football Team STICKNEY (STNY007)
Football team. Undated photograph by unknown photographer. Fair condition
£ 9
STNY008 Stickney Football Team STICKNEY (STNY008)
Football team. Undated photograph by unknown photographer. Creases ⁄ corner wear
£ 8
SBYS001 Sturton by Stow STURTON BY STOW (SBYS001)
The Pond. Hand−tinted (coloured) printed postcard. Lucas´ Series No 41. The card has a small, single ring Sturton by Stow postmark dated before 1910 over a ½d green postage stamp. It is addressed to Pte. W. Hewitt, 7798 L Company, 1st Yorkshire Regiment, Barossa Barracks, South Camp, Aldershot and was sent from The Old Hall, Sturton by Stow, Nr Lincoln. "Dear Old Boy. How are you getting on we wish you was here with us we are having a very nice holiday we are sending a postcard. Best love, Lizzie, Polly and Grace" Light corner wear
Back of Card
£ 10
SBYS002 Sturton by Stow Church STURTON BY STOW (SBYS002)
Church from S.E. Real photographic postcard. This card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 4
SUTT001 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT001)
This card has a Sutton on Sea postmark dated 1928 and was sent from "Ripstone" Alford Road, Sutton on Sea to two named ladies at the Nursing Association, Tentercroft Street, Lincoln. Eunice wrote "Do shrimps fly. Having a lovely time especially when we have hot shrimps for tea. Put them in the pot to boil and they nearly jump out into the fire. Am sitting in the hut on the prom writing this and watching the tide come in. Hope you are (girls?) and not whispering in conductors ears....." The card has light edge ⁄ corner wear
£ 8
SUTT002 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT002)
Sand Hills and Bathing Tents. Celesque Series No B35416. The postmark on this card is unclear but it is from the early 1900´s. Clara sent the card to mother at Snape Hill, Dronfield near Sheffield. Good condition
£ 5
SUTT003 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT003)
Alford Road. This card has a Sutton on Sea postmark dated 1909 and is addressed to Red Street, Belle Vue, Shrewsbury. It has light corner wear
£ 9
SUTT004 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT004)
Promenade looking North. This card has a QE2 2½d red stamp and is addressed to Norbury Crescent, Hazel Grove, Cheshire. It has light corner wear
£ 2
SUTT005 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT005)
Multiview (5 views) Central Promenade, Pleasure Gardens Paddling Pool, Childrens Paddling Pool, South Promenade and Beach, Central Promenade and Gardens. This card has a Sutton on Sea postmark over a QE2 2d brown postage stamp. Kathleen sent the card from Bacchus Hotel, Sutton on Sea to Elizabeth Guest House, 44 The Avenue, Southampton. Good condition
£ 3
SUTT006 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT006)
This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
SUTT007 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT007)
The Bungalows, The Park. ‘Photochrom’ printed postcard (printed in Belgium) The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
SUTT008 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT008)
The Bungalows, The Park. ‘Photochrom’ printed postcard (printed in Belgium) The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
SUTT009 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT009)
Grange Hotel. ‘Photochrom’ printed postcard (printed in Belgium) The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
SUTT010 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT010)
Promenade from Sandhills. Printed postcard. The card has a Sutton on Sea postmark dated 1907 over a ½d green postage stamp. Daddy wrote "Dear Sonny. Daddy hopes you and Nellie are very well and that you do not cry when you go to bed. Love to all....." The card is addressed to Master E. Drury, 43 Northgate, Louth, Lincs. Good condition
£ 5
SUTT011 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT011)
Black Cottages and Sandhills. Photochrom "Celesque" Series printed card. The card has a ½d green postage stamp and the postmark is probably dated 1911. Janetta wrote "Dear Nellie. We are having a lovely time here. We return on the 14th. I hope I shall see you some time before I go to school. P.S. please write Hartford, Sutton on Sea" The card is addressed to Miss N. Pratt, The Cottage, Bracebridge, Lincoln and is in good condition
£ 9
SUTT012 Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT012)
The Lily Pond and Rock Gardens. "Empire View" real photographic postcard. The lily pond later became a paddling pool. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 7
Sutton on Sea SUTTON ON SEA (SUTT013)
The Promenade. Real photograph. The card has an Alford and Sutton on Sea postmark over a ½d green postage stamp and an Alfreton postmark dated 1937 over a 1d red ‘postage due’ stamp. Light corner wear
£ 6
T
TATH005 Tathwell, Methodist Chapel TATHWELL (TATH005)
Methodist Chapel. Real photographic postcard. The card has a Louth postmark dated 1907 over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Mrs Boswell, Sixhills, Market Rasen. Fanny wrote "Dear Aunt, This is a view of our Chapel it is very good. Ask Miss P if it is´nt. Thought you would like a view of Tathwell. When are you coming to see us. Much love to all.....". The card has corner wear and the right side has faded a little
£ 15
Tathwell Lake TATHWELL (TATH006)
The Lake. Real photograph. View from the south end of the lake showing old cottages, now demolished. Centre left is No 1 The Terrace. A.B.F. wrote "Dear Dick, We are all going to Mablethorpe on Thursday and hope you will all come too. We are going by the 12 o clock train. Will you let us know what time you will go. With love from all....." The card is addressed to Miss Finch, 5 Abbey Cottages, Garden Street, Great Grimsby. The stamp has been removed
£ 15
TATT002 Tattershall Thorpe TATTERSHALL (TATT002)
Tattershall Thorpe 1965. Girls from the nylon factory. Photograph measuring approx. 9 cms x 9 cms (3½ ins x 3½ ins) Good condition
£ 4
TATT005 Tattershall Bede Houses TATTERSHALL (TATT005)
Bede Houses. Real photograph by Woodhall Spa photographer Hugh Martineau. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
TATT006 Tattershall Thorpe Club TATTERSHALL (TATT006)
The Tattershall Thorpe Club. Rules and Objects 1965. Small booklet with club rules etc. Excellent condition but staples rusty
£ 5
TEAL003 Tealby, Bayons Manor TEALBY (TEAL003)
Bayons Manor. The card has a squared−circle Market Rasen postmark dated 1904 over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Miss F. Blakey, Lynwode, Market Rasen. Margaret S wrote "Dear Florrie, I am sorry to hear you are poorly and do hope you will be quite better. I missed you this morning. With love..." Light corner wear
£ 7
TETF001 Tetford TETFORD (TETF001)
Main Street. Printed card by Carlton of Horncastle. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 15
TETN001 Tetney Lock TETNEY (TETN001)
Tetney Lock. The card has a Cleethorpes postmark dated 1911 and was sent by mother to 56 Shireoaks, near Worksop, Notts. The card has the remains of a small album ‘tab’ on the back, light corner wear and a small brown spot on the front
£ 8
Thimbleby Football Team THIMBLEBY (THIM005)
Photograph (measuring approx. 14 cms x 9 cms) by E.H. McCallum of Bardney. A previous collector has written "Thimbleby F.C., 1950´s ⁄ 60´s" on the back. Good condition
£ 12
TORK001 Torksey TORKSEY (TORK001)
Village. This printed card (published by Miss M.H. Day, Post Office, Torksey, Lincoln) has not been posted and is in good condition. Light foxing
£ 5
TRUS002 Trusthorpe Radio Bungalows TRUSTHORPE (TRUS002)
Radio Bungalows. Real photograph by Arjay Productions of Doncaster. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 12
TRUS003 Trusthorpe Radio Bungalows TRUSTHORPE (TRUS003)
Radio Bungalows. Real photograph by Arjay Productions of Doncaster. The card has not been posted and has a crease on one corner
£ 12
U − V
Unknown Girls School UNKNOWN (UNK001)
Girls School (possibly North Lincolnshire) Real photographic postcard by unknown photographer. The card has not been posted and has corner ⁄ edge damage
£ 7
W − X
Walmsgate WALMSGATE (WALM001)
Printed card by unknown publisher. The card is addressed to Miss F. Brooks, 62 Foundry Street, Horncastle. There is no message. Light edge ⁄ corner wear
£ 10
Wellingore Cross WELLINGORE (WGORE001)
The Cross. Printed card by C.B. Aram, Chemist, Wellingore. A ½d stamp was required for inland postage suggesting the card was printed before 1920. It has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
Wellingore Hall WELLINGORE (WGORE002)
Hall from South East. A G.W.W. printed card. This card has a single−ring Wellingore postmark dated 1907 and was sent by Gert to her sister, Miss F. Sweetman, Souldern, Banbury, Oxfordshire. Closer examination reveals a cricket practice net on the lower lawn Fair condition only with a light stain on the front and corner wear
£ 10
Wellingore WELLINGORE (WGORE003)
Recreation Ground. Real photograph by unknown publisher. A tennis game is taking place in the foreground and, further back, what looks like a game of bowls. The card has a Wellingore postmark dated 29th September 1943 over a King George VI 2d orange postage stamp and is addressed to ‘Lynn Side’ Bradwell Road, Loughton, Bletchley, Bucks. The sender was on holiday Fair condition only with corner crease ⁄ corner wear
£ 10
Wellingore Camp WELLINGORE (WGORE004)
Camp. Real photograph by A.W. Bourne, Leicester. Girl´s Quarters and Canteen, Dining Block and Men´s Quarters, Dining Hall, Camp Club. The card has a 1957 postmark and a 2½d red postage stamp. Light corner wear
£ 12
Wellingore Camp WELLINGORE (WGORE005)
Camp. Real photograph by A.W. Bourne, Leicester. Girl´s Quarters and Canteen, Dining Block and Men´s Quarters, Dining Hall, Camp Club. The card has a 2½d red postage stamp. The front of the card is in good condition but there are a few small marks on the back
£ 10
West Ashby Church WEST ASHBY (WASH001)
All Saints´ Church. Printed postcard. The card has a single−ring West Ashby postmark dated 1903 and a Horncastle postmark of the same date over a ½d green postage stamp. It is addressed to Miss Percy, 56 Queen Street, Horncastle. Light corner wear
£ 4
West Keal Church WEST KEAL (WKEAL001)
Church. Printed card from Valentine´s "Bromotype" Series. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Withern WITHERN (WITH001)
Four views − Trout Farm, Post Office, Red Lion Hotel and Alms Houses. This card has a 1979 postmark and was sent to West Wittering, near Chichester. The card is in fair to good condition − one corner is creased
£ 4
Withern WITHERN (WITH002)
Main Street. Printed card by J.S. Thorn. Thorn´s Stores are on the left of the picture. A ½d stamp was required for inland postage suggesting a printing date before 1920. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 10
Withern WITHERN (WITH003)
Red Lion. Addressed to Mrs Fox, Fulstow, Louth, this printed card has a 1908 Louth postmark. Light corner wear ⁄ one corner creased
£ 7
Withern WITHERN (WITH004)
Wesleyan Chapel. Printed card by J.S. Thorn (Thorn´s Stores) The card has a single−ring Withern postmark dated 1906 over a ½d green postage stamp. It also has an Alford postmark with the same date and is addressed to Miss E.M. Webster, 18 Trinity Lane, Louth, Lincolnshire. Light corner wear
£ 7
WSPA090 Woodhall Spa. Alexandra Hospital WOODHALL SPA (WSPA090)
Alexandra Hospital. Real photograph. The card has not been posted and has a light crease to one corner
£ 10
WSPA125 Woodhall Spa, Alexandra Hospital WOODHALL SPA (WSPA125)
Alexandra Hospital. Printed card by Valentine. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
Woodhall Spa Bandstand WOODHALL SPA (WSPA154)
Bandstand (the Bandstand was originally located near to the Baths) A G.W.W. printed card. The card has a Woodhall Spa postmark dated 1905 over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Mrs Cartwright, Rugby House, West Worthing. Light corner wear
£ 4
WSPA012 Woodhall Spa, Pump Room WOODHALL SPA (WSPA012)
Baths (Pump Room and Doctor´s House) Printed postcard. The message on this card is dated 6th May 1916 and it has a Woodhall Spa postmark bearing the same date. There is no postage stamp − it does not appear to have had one. The card was sent to Master W.E. Evison, Hall Farm, Wispington near Horncastle. Mother wrote "Thank you very much for your nice letter and one from Jack this morning. It is raining big showers today, but not so cold as it was. Best love to all of you..." Light corner wear
£ 10
WSPA024 Woodhall Spa, Baths WOODHALL SPA (WSPA024)
Pump Room and Baths. Real photographic postcard by Carlton of Horncastle. This card has a Woodhall Spa postmark dated October 1910 over a ½d green postage stamp. It was sent to Miss Stead, Irton Road, Southport. Mary wrote "We are still here but talking of coming home on Friday next. I have been very well up to now but have just got one of my lovely colds in the head. We are still having lovely weather only a little colder. Love, Mary" Light corner wear
£ 12
WSPA136 Woodhall Spa, Baths WOODHALL SPA (WSPA136)
Baths and Doctor´s House. The Wrench Series No 15496 printed postcard. The card has a Woodhall Spa postmark dated 1906 over a ½d green postage stamp. It is addressed to Miss Bridges−Webb, 9 Wilmington Square, Eastbourne. "We are having a lovely time here and very nice weather. Golf and Croquet both very good. Love, Vi & J. Mould" Light corner wear
£ 12
WSPA140 Woodhall Spa. Church of St. Andrew WOODHALL SPA (WSPA140)
Church of St. Andrew. Printed postcard. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
WSPA137 Woodhall Spa, Eagle Lodge Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA137)
Eagle Lodge Hotel. This card was probably printed in the 1930´s. It was issued by the hotel as an advertising card. The telephone number at the time was Woodhall Spa 2132 and the hotel is described as ‘A most charming country house hotel’. In the same group were 6 other hotels. Golf Links Hotel, Glebe Hotel, Golden Lion Hotel and Lodge Hotel at Hunstanton, Esplanade Hotel, Lowestoft and Beach Haven Hotel at Bexhill on Sea. The card has not been posted and is in excellent condition
£ 15
Woodhall Spa, Eagle Lodge Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA155)
Eagle Lodge Hotel. Printed postcard by Morton´s of Horncastle. The card is dated August 1912 and was sent to Miss Flo Teesdale, Teesdale Bakers, 5 West Street, Horncastle, Lincolnshire. "Dear Flo, Don´t think I have forgotten the underslip for your dress. The collar is just a trifle too high so I thought I would have it done properly for you. Will send it directly it is done....." The card has light corner ⁄ edge wear and the stamp has been removed
£ 9
WSPA127 Woodhall Spa, Iddesleigh Road WOODHALL SPA (WSPA127)
Iddesleigh Road. Valentine´s Series printed postcard. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 6
WSPA002 Woodhall Spa, Kinema WOODHALL SPA (WSPA002)
Kinema in the Woods. This card is dated 1951 and is addressed to Leicester Road, East Finchley, London N.2. Good condition
£ 5
WSPA133 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for Christmas 1962. There was no performance on Xmas Eve and Xmas Day. The Cinema re−opened on Boxing Day, 26th December with Disney´s Musical Wonder Show ‘Babes in Toyland’ with Ray Bolger, Tommy Sands, Annette, Ed Wynn and Tommy Kirk. "Gay, Bright, Wonderful − A Musical Holiday of Fun for Everyone! Small, single card printed on both sides. The card has the date ‘1962’ in ink on the back and is creased at the bottom £ 5
WSPA138 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 15th April 1963. Doctor No (Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Zena Marshall) The Password is Courage (Dirk Bogarde, Maria Perschy, Alfred Linch). Entertainment to look forward to − LINCOLN´S FILM The Wild and the Willing, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Summer Holiday (Cliff Richard), The Parent Trap (Hayley Mills), Follow That Dream (Elvis Presley). The programme, a small card, is in good condition but please note the two small red ´ticks´. Both sides of the programme are shown in the picture.
Some scenes in the film The Wild and the Willing were shot in Lincoln. One particular location was a cafe which, at that time, stood at the top of High Street
SOLD
WSPA129 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 24th June 1963. ‘The Alamo’ with John Wayne, Laurence Harvey, Richard Widmark and Linda Cristal. ‘Big Red’ with Walter Pidgeon, Gilles Payant, Emile Genest and Janette Bertrand. Entertainment to look forward to ‘Cape Fear’ with Gregory Peck. ‘Kid Galahad’ with Elvis Presley. ‘The Counterfeit Traitor’ with William Holden and ‘The Fast Lady’ with James Robertson Justice. Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition £ 5
WSPA135 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 1st July 1963. ‘Cape Fear’ with Gregory Peck, Robert Mitchum and Polly Bergen. ‘Kid Galahad’ with Elvis Presley, Gig Young, Lola Albright and Joan Blackman. Entertainment to look forward to ‘The Counterfeit Traitor’ (William Holden) ‘The Fast Lady’ (James Robertson Justice) ‘The Mind Benders’ (Dirk Bogarde) ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’ (James Stewart, Doris Day) ‘Sparrows Can´t Sing’ (Barbara Windsor, James Booth) Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition apart from one small ink ‘tick’ £ 5
WSPA132 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 5th August 1963. ‘Bon Voyage’ with Fred Macmurray, Jane Wyman and Deborah Walley and ‘40 Pounds Of Trouble’ with Tony Curtis, Suzanne Pleshette, Claire Wilcox and Phil Silvers. Entertainment to look forward to ‘Hatari’, ‘Harold Lloyd´s World of Comedy’, ‘Sammy Going South’, ‘The Belles of St. Trinians’ and ‘Jumbo’. Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition but has two small ink ‘ticks’ £ 5
WSPA164 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 16th September 1963. ‘A Girl Named Tamiko’ with Laurence Harvey, France Nuyen, Martha Hyer and Michael Wilding. ‘Follow the Boys’ with Connie Francis, Paula Prentice and Dany Robin. Entertainment to look forward to ‘Lolita’, ‘Mystery Submarine’, ‘Come Fly With Me’, ‘The Wrong Arm of the Law’, ‘The Very Edge’. Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition but please note the pen mark £ 5
WSPA160 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 23rd September 1963. ‘Lolita’ with James Mason, Shelley Winters and Peter Sellers. ‘Mystery Submarine’ with Edward Judd, James Robertson Justice and Laurence Payne. Entertainment to look forward to ‘Come Fly With Me’ with Dolores Hart and Hugh O´Brien. ‘The Wrong Arm of the Law’ with Peter Sellers and Lionel Jeffries. ‘The Very Edge’, ‘My Six Loves’, ‘Lancelot and Guinevere’. Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition but please note the two pen marks £ 5
WSPA128 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 25th November 1963. ‘Swordsman of Siena’ with Stewart Granger, Sylvia Koscina and Christine Kaufmann. ‘I Could Go On Singing’ with Judy Garland, Dirk Bogarde and Jack Klugman. Entertainment to look forward to ‘Tamahine’ with Nancy Kwan and John Fraser. ‘The Mouse on the Moon’ with Margaret Rutherford and Bernard Cribbins. Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition £ 5
WSPA143 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 23rd November 1964. ‘Girl with Green Eyes’ (Peter Finch, Rita Tushingham, Lyn Redgrave) and ‘The World of Henry Orient’ (Peter Sellers, Paula Prentiss, Angela Lansbury) plus ‘Entertainment to look forward to’ Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition £ 5
WSPA131 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 30th November 1964. ‘Tom Jones’ with Albert Finney, Susannah York and Hugh Griffiths and ‘Separate Beds’ with James Garner, Lee Remick and Phil Harris. Entertainment to look forward to ‘West Side Story’. Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition £ 5
WSPA134 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 8th February 1965. "All Week − Sean Connery as James Bond 007 in Ian Fleming´s ‘Goldfinger’" Entertainment to look forward to ‘The Beauty Jungle’ (Janette Scott, Ian Hendry) ‘Robin and the Seven Hoods’ (Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Barbara Rush) ‘The 7th Dawn’ (William Holden, Capucine, Susannah York) ‘What a Way To Go’ (Shirley MacLaine, Paul Newman) ‘Marnie’ (Sean Connery, Tippi Hedren) Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition but edges slightly faded £ 5
WSPA139 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 12th July 1965. Marnie (Sean Connery, Tippi Hedren, Diane Baker) Rio Conchos (Richard Boone, Stuart Whitman, Tony Franciosa) Entertainment to look forward to ‘The Pleasure Seekers’, ‘Summer Magic’, ‘Goldfinger’, ‘East of Sudan’, ‘Dr. Syn’. Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition £ 5
WSPA130 WOODHALL SPA Kinema in the Woods Programme for week commencing 24th January 1966. ‘What´s New Pussycat’ with Peter Sellers, Peter O´Toole, Romy Schneider, Capucine, Ursula Andress etc. Entertainment to look forward to ‘La Ronde’, ‘Genghis Khan’, ‘Lawrence of Arabia’. Small, single card printed on both sides. Good condition £ 5
WSPA073 Woodhall Spa, Tea House in the Woods WOODHALL SPA (WSPA073)
Tea House in the Woods. Published by Harrison of Woodhall Spa, this card has not been posted and is in good condition. A ½d stamp was required for inland postage suggesting a printing date prior to 1920. Good condition
£ 12
WSPA074 Woodhall Spa, Tea House in the Woods WOODHALL SPA (WSPA074)
Tea House in the Woods. Real photograph by Frisby of Lincoln. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 12
Woodhall Spa, Tea House in the Woods WOODHALL SPA (WSPA156)
Tea House in the Woods. Real photograph by local photographer Hugh Martineau. The card has a Woodhall Spa postmark dated 1966 over a purple 3d QE2 postage stamp. Light horizontal crease ⁄ light edge wear
£ 5
WSPA059 Woodhall Spa, Victoria Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA059)
Victoria Hotel. This card was published by Richardson of Woodhall Spa. It is addressed to Risby Manor, Tealby. The stamp has been removed and there is wear to the edges
£ 9
WSPA141 Woodhall Spa, Golf House WOODHALL SPA (WSPA141)
The Golf House. The Wrench Series No 15491 printed postcard. Printed in Saxony (pre WW1) The card has not been posted and has light corner damage ⁄ wear
£ 18
WSPA142 Miss Renee Palmer WOODHALL SPA (WSPA142)
Woodhall Spa Pageant, 1911. The Spirit of the Spring (Miss Renée Palmer) Printed postcard from a photograph by Harrison of Woodhall Spa. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 15
Woodhall Spa Tea House WOODHALL SPA (WSPA144)
Woodhall Spa. Tea House in the Woods. Real photograph by Woodhall Spa photographer Hugh Martineau. The card has a 1960´s postmark and the stamp has been removed. There is a small area of damage at the top of the card (on the white border)
£ 5
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA145)
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel. Printed and published by Kirkby Bros of Woodhall Spa. The card has a Woodhall Spa postmark over a ½d green postage stamp and is addressed to Mrs Dewing, Hill House, Fakenham, Norfolk. The message, which is dated 28th December 1908, reads "Coming on Wednesday by the train arriving 6.14 p.m. Another delightful journey in store. I leave here 12.36 p.m....." Light corner wear ⁄ foxing
Kirkby´s Cash Stores was situated at the corner of Tattershall Road and Witham Road
£ 5
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA146)
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel, The Dutch Garden. Real photograph. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 10
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA147)
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel. SEPIA postcard ‘Guaranteed Real Photo and British Manufacture’ The card has not been posted and has two light vertical creases
£ 10
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA148)
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel. ‘Guaranteed Real Photograph’ The card has not been posted. Light corner wear ⁄ crease
£ 9
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA149)
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel. Printed postcard published by A.W. Bourne of Leicester. The card has a 1973 postmark and a 3p QE2 postage stamp. It is addressed to The Gardens, Off Queen Street, Horncastle. Light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 6
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA150)
Woodhall Spa. Entrance to Petwood Hotel. Real photograph. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
Woodhall Spa. Iddesleigh Road WOODHALL SPA (WSPA151)
Woodhall Spa. Iddesleigh Road. Printed postcard. The card has a heavy Horncastle postmark dated 1907 over a ½d green postage stamp and an indistinct West Ashby postmark with the same date. It is addressed to Miss G. Peale, Heartburn Lodge, Heartburn, Stockton on Tees. "Dear Gertie. Just a line hoping you are still alive and kicking. I have never seen you since the last time hoping to see you before long. We had a lively time at the fair last week. I went to a play at Horncastle it was very good. Mr and Mrs and the babies went to Canada after all. People were all saying they would not go but they are all surprised. They had a rough journey. Mrs Moses was very bad Mr Moses took it very well. I wish I had gone with them now but our People did not want me (to). Keep smiling till I see again. Kind regards....." The card has light corner wear
£ 6
Woodhall Spa. Royal Square WOODHALL SPA (WSPA152)
Woodhall Spa. Royal Square (and Station Road with Hundleby and Co., Grocers etc) Real photograph by local photographer Hugh Martineau. The card has a 2½d International Geographical Congress postage stamp and a Woodhall Spa postmark. The postmark is probably dated 1964. The card was sent by Lily and Tom to 12 Alfred Street, Gainsborough. Light damage to one corner
£ 12
Woodhall Spa. Jubilee Gardens Pool WOODHALL SPA (WSPA153)
Woodhall Spa. Jubilee Gardens, The Pool. Real Photograph by Woodhall Spa photographer Hugh Martineau. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 10
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA157)
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel. Lake and Temple. Real photograph. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
Woodhall Spa. Victoria Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA158)
Woodhall Spa. Victoria Hotel. Printed advertising postcard for "the famous bromo−iodine cures" The card has not been posted (a ½d postage stamp was required for inland postage) The card has been in an album and has light marks on the corners
£ 10
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA161)
Woodhall Spa. Petwood Hotel (The Grounds) Real photograph by unknown publisher. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 6
Woodhall Spa. Royal Hotel WOODHALL SPA (WSPA162)
Woodhall Spa. Royal Hotel and Spa Baths. A ‘J.M.’ printed card. The card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 8
Woodhall Spa. Tea House WOODHALL SPA (WSPA163)
Woodhall Spa. Tea House. Real photograph by unknown publisher. The card has not been posted and has light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 5
Woodhall Spa. Alexandra Hospital WOODHALL SPA (WSPA165)
Alexandra Hospital. Real photograph. The card has a 1958 postmark. Light corner wear
£ 8
Woodhall Spa. Royal Square WOODHALL SPA (WSPA166)
Woodhall Spa. Royal Square (and Station Road with Hundleby and Co., Grocers etc) Real photograph by local photographer Hugh Martineau. The card has a brown 2d QE2 postage stamp and a Woodhall Spa postmark. Light general wear
£ 8
Wragby WRAGBY (WRGB002)
PHOTOGRAPH − UNCONFIRMED LOCATION 67379 at Wragby Station. This picture measures approx. 5½ x 3½ and has been reprinted from an old card. The writing on the back states "67379, Wragby 3−9−51 (last day of service)"
£ 4
Wragby from Church Tower WRAGBY (WRGB003)
Wragby from Church Tower. Real photograph published by J.W. Ruddock and Sons of Lincoln. The card has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 9
Wrangle WRANGLE (WRNG001)
War Memorial with Motor Bus. The Vulcan Series printed card published by C. Hall, Post Office Stores, Wrangle. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 5
Wrangle WRANGLE (WRNG002)
Post Office. The Vulcan Series printed card published by C. Hall, Post Office Stores, Wrangle. This card has not been posted and has light corner ⁄ edge wear
£ 7
Wrangle Church WRANGLE (WRNG003)
Church. The Vulcan Series printed card published by C. Hall, Post Office Stores, Wrangle. This card has not been posted and is in good condition
£ 4
Wrangle Church Corner WRANGLE (WRNG004)
Church Corner. The Vulcan Series printed card published by C. Hall, Post Office Stores, Wrangle. This card has just a hint of colour. It has not been posted and has light corner wear
£ 4
Wrangle, Church WRANGLE (WRNG005)
Church. The Vulcan Series printed card published by C. Hall, Post Office Stores, Wrangle. Hand−tinted. The card has the text ‘Old Vicarage to left of the Church’ on the front. Message on the back is dated 29th July 1966. Light corner wear
£ 5
Wrangle Outing to Skegness WRANGLE (WRNG006)
Wrangle Outing to Skegness? The message reads "Dear Grace. Pleased to get your P.C. Look the other side. Do you recognise them? They all had a real good time. I let Madge go after all. Love to all. Mam" The card is addressed to Miss G. Ingamells, Mrs J. Bradley, Revesby Fen, New Bolingbroke, Boston. The stamp has been removed and the item has general wear
Back of Card
£ 15