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    Picked this post card up at a boot fair. Can not tell what year it was, maybe you can. All I can say is:- it was before my time
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    Hi Phredd

    Thanks for starting this thread, Phredd. Hey that rhymes! Both PhilipG and I are postcard collectors so no doubt we will have images of our cards to add before too long. At a guess, I would say the card you show is probably 1920's to 1930's based on the old Green Goddess trams on Mann Island. Perhaps Philip has a better idea of the date.

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    There have been a few posts on postcards:

    1) Very good views. Most early postcards date from...

    Most early postcards date from 1902 when it became possible to write the message on the same side as the address.
    So, if there is writing on the picture side of the card, and just...
    2) Dating postcards.



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    Liverpool Station of London! Sorry Kev, but I find it, and I think that its very beauty!

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