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In a little shop in Bishopsgate over a century ago, began a business that would have an artistic effect on most of the civilized world. Raphael Tuck and his wife Ernestine worked together. The little shop opened in October of on Union Street in London, and the influence of that event was to be felt on two continents. Ernestine was a wise and competent businesswoman and Raphael an artistic perfectionist. The business began with the sale of pictures and frames but within a few months of their arrival Raphael has established himself as a distributor of graphic art printing which included chromos, oleographs and black and white lithographs. A native of Prussia, he and his wife displayed reproductions of famous and popular art along with those Victorian greeting cards that were available at the time.

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English cards are all marked “Raphael Tuck and Sons’ ‘Oilette’ Postcard No. ” Copyright London. Printed in England. Raphael Tuck and Sons. One set in.

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Discover more about the official postcards of the Furness Railway in the Lake of official postcards, which were printed mainly by McQuorquodale and Tuck. dating from , were attractive McQuorquodale chromo-litho vignette cards in.

In the early 19th century the Furness area south of the Lake District was isolated and remote. Access to it was via a treacherous route across Morecambe Bay sands. The Furness Railway was started as a mineral railway in , designed to provide a link from the slate and iron ore quarries of south Lakeland to the coast, so that the ore could be shipped directly to the markets.

The port of Barrow-in-Furness was created and the town rapidly expanded. Iron and steelworks were created and the town became a ship-building centre. The railway catered also for passengers and expanded in the second half of the nineteenth century, through additional lines and company acquisitions. Through links with other lines, Furness residents were able to travel by rail country wide. Alfred Aslett was appointed as a new general manager in the early years of the twentieth century.

He took over a railway which was run down and suffered from lack of investment and falling traffic.

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Browse all items in the collection. OR Create a report of your search results: Teich report tool. The Curt Teich Postcard Archives Collection is widely regarded as the largest public collection of postcards and related materials in the United States. When received at the Newberry Library it was estimated at 2. The postcards include a range of subjects and genres: rural vistas and urban skylines, tourist attractions and emergent industries, domestic scenes and global conflicts.

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Buy Direct. Toggle navigation. Search GO. Sort by Distance. Matches of Red boards with color pictorial paste-on mounted to front and rear covers. Midway Book Store St. Paul, MN Romeo and Juliet. A window advertising card for the book published by Raphael Tuck and Sons. Antipodean Books Garrison, NY Postcard of Charles E. Flower painting of bird’s eye view of Atlanta, published in London by Raphael Tuck.

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The first officially produced postcard, the Correspondenz-Karte, went on sale in Austria in In , 30 years after Sir Roland Hill introduced the penny post and the first postage stamp — the Penny Black — the first UK postcard was introduced. Experts appear divided as to the date of the first picture postcard. Carte-de-visite photographs of famous views, people and paintings had been around since the s.

Advertising labels and flyers that conformed to postal regulations were allowed in the US mail system from around

A Raphael Tuck wartime postcard dating from April showing the statue of Abraham Lincoln in its original position facing Broad Sanctuary and Westminster​.

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