Dating francis frith postcards

Hitchin, Walsworth Road - No 46640 - used 1916 [advertised on e Bay] Hitchin, Hermitage Road - F. Ltd No 49733 Posted 1907 Rickmansworth, Moor Park, - Frith No 492529 [q.v.] Batchworth Heath Frith No 49259 [q.v.] Hitchin. Postdated July 18th 1910 - The card, written by a young girl to her Auntie and Uncle, gives us a glimpse of her village in Shere.

Might some of Fred's drawings have been reproduced as postcards? The sketch, which is about 15cms by 21cms, has Nelsons Column in the centre, a (vintage?

It is as a result sometimes difficult to actually date a particular image, if as is usual, no date is actually printed on the card.

Even a postmarked postcard may be misleading as it might well have laid unsold or unused for several years before being mailed.

However, using the table below it is now possible to fairly accurately date the many thousands of postcard images produced by the photographer and publisher Francis Frith between 18.

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