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Description : The Crystal Palace, Sydenham, London. The building was created for the Great Exhibition of 1861 which was held in Hyde Park, London. Some four years after the exhibition finished, the building were dismantled, and re-erected in Sydenham, where they became a venue for many other events until being totally destroyed by fire in November 1936.
Date : C.1910
Size in mm :(approx) - 138 X 88
Publisher : G.D+D - Gottschalk, Dreygoss, Davis & Co
Publisher's Card No. : none
Used : Posted [looks like it could be] 1920 - stamp removed - addressed to WIlkinson, Metheringham, Nr Lincoln
Condition : The image is OK - top left corner of the margin missing, does not touch the picture

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