REFERENCE No:213
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Location - NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, Northumberland - Jones Sewing Machines - soon to become BARCLAYS BANK
Date - 1904
Size in mm (approx) - 139 X 89
Publisher - Not Known
Publisher's Card No. - Not numbered
Used: - The card is postally used, the only message being on the front - "Narcissus" (Left) and "Romsey"? (right) - The writing of a French person shows on the back the address Madame Lebartard, 20 Rue David D'Anger. Dunkerque, France. There is a five centime stamp, inverted, and cancelled "Gare de Boulogne S(tation)  M(aritime).- P(as) de Calais 4 Juil 04 (the railway station at Calais docks) - A receiving stamp for Dunkerque, Nord is dated "5 7 04"
Condition - Nice condition, with light wear around the edges, with a light crease at bottom right - the card is printed in dark blue/black.
Further Information - Grainger Street in approximately 1900-04 - with a single deck tram and various horse drawn vehicles around. The domed building is occupied by the Jones Sewing Machine Company and when they left the premises Barclays Bank took over - The tall column is Grey's Monument.

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