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Location - ROCHESTER, High Street - KENT - WATTS CHARITY. "1d" POSTAGE DUE handstamp on back
Date - 1904 - dated by postmark
Size in mm (approx) - 139 x 89
Printer - Hartmann - Logo is - A man pulling an arrow out of a heart, which has Hartmann written across it
Printer's Card No. - none
Used: Sent unstamped. Post Office handstamp placed where the stamp should be, and another handstamp added for double postage to pay "1d" in large black letters - Addressed to Mrs Randolph, 44 Pulteney Street, Bath
Condition - Average condition, corners show some signs of wear, some very thin crayon lines across the front. The back looks like it was raining when it was delivered - excellent double circle postmark of ROCHESTER DE 7 04
Further Information - The title is "Watt's Charity, High Street, Rochester" (the white building). Richard Watts was a 16th century Philanthropist, who left his house called "Six Poor Travellers House" to charity. It is still called that today and bears two plaques as testament to his generosity.

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