Raphael Tuck & Sons Vintage Postcard in Fair (crazing) Posted (1909) Condition.
This Framed Gem Glosso Post Card is part of the "London" Series 5784.
Back of Card:
Cheapside, Chepe of the Middle Ages, and one of the most ancient and historic streets in London - extends from St. Paul's to the Mansion House, and has always been a street of traders. John Gilpin, of ballad fame, was a "linendraper born of Cheapside. Here stood one of the Eleanor Crosses, which the Puritans pulled down in 1643.
Genealogists take note - Card addressed to:
J. Clinton Bishop. Esq.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
4th National Bank
About Our Postcards
All items we sell come from a non-smoking home and are stored with loving care until they can be sent to their new owners. Individual cards are mailed in a protective archival rigid post card sleeve; multiple cards are mailed in a protective post card album with archival pages.
I accept returns if notified within 7 days of receipt of the item. The item must be returned in the same condition as when shipped.