REFERENCE No:171
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Location - DORCHESTER, High West Street/The Bow, Dorset - WILTS & DORSET BANK on left
Date - c. 1910 - Bank was taken over by Lloyds in 1914 - Stamp is of Edward VII, should be no later 1910/11
Size in mm (approx) - 139 x 89
Printer - A.H. Evans
Printer's Card No. - 198/200 on front 35837 on reverse
Used: Posted  with a single circle 22mm nicely centred cancel from Buckland Newton in Dorset. To Miss Giles, Westoning, Ampthill
Condition - Excellent condition - quite good corners - slight pressure marks at the corners, where it has been held in an album for a long time.
Further Information - The policeman and the man in the road look like they are pretending that they don't know each other, as they are barely two feet apart, but looking in opposite directions. They are probably talking out of the side of their mouths. Perhaps he is an informant. The premises are still occupied by Lloyds Bank

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