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Love and Fond Kisses to Dear Dad from Home
(J. Beagles & Co. Ltd., Printers and Publishers, E.C. (London (Europe, United Kingdom, England, Greater London)), 2012-03-05)
(Black and White) This postcard is a real photograph of two hands clasped underneath Allied countries' flags and surrounded by roses. The text, by Terry, is also surrounded by roses. The border is a bas relief floral ...
(Color) This card is a poem text with a decorative border. Proceeds from the sale of the card went to "Soldiers' Comforts." The stamp is green, British, and cost halfpenny. The card is postmarked Great Harwood, 9:45 A.M., ...
Pack up your Troubles
(Bamforth & Co., Ltd. (England (Europe, United Kingdom) and New York (North and Central America, United States, New York)), 2012-03-05)
(Color) This card displays a cartoon image of a soldier carrying an "old kit bag" and smiling, as the poem states at the top. The card is unposted but inscribed with the names of Mary, Albert, and Gladys Hicks.
Angels in a Night Sky
(Black and white) This postcard is an example of a transparency Hold-To-Light postcard. A Christmas card, the poem on the front instructs the reader to hold up the card, where angels appear in the clouds next to the plainly ...
To My Dear Daddy
(W. & K. (London (Europe, United Kingdom, England, Greater London)), 2012-03-05)
(Black and White) The postcard is a photograph of a little girl, sitting at a table with a pen, some paper, and a photograph of a soldier, presumably her father. The poem is written at the top of the photograph in white. ...
A Message to my Hero
(Rotary Photo, E.C., 2012-03-05)
(Color) The card claims that the front images are real photographs. The title is written in ornate words, but the picture below the text is a yellow rose between two British flags. The card is bordered in a bas relief ...
Uncle Bill's Scrap-Book: The First Hitch
(The Cartoon Postcard Co., 2012-03-05)
(Black and white) This postcard appears to be a drawing of a "scrapbook page," depicting "The First Hitch," a cartoon battle of political nature. It has a crookedly affixed British, green, halfpenny stamp. The postmark ...
Dearest Love to my Soldier Lad
(Color) This postcard depicts a young woman looking at a war map and thinking of a (depicted) soldier. This card is unposted.
It's a Long Way to Tipperary (from Berlin)!
(Black and White) This postcard displays poem text with title and no additional adornments. (The tune is likely the same as the popular British song by the same name, written by Jack Judge and Harry Williams before the ...
(Black and White) This postcard is the text of a poem, with a graphic of two hearts with an arrow shot through, printed on purple paper. The card is intended for a soldier's "Sweetheart" and provides a "From" Space as ...