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Description - GLASGOW BRIDGE, GLASGOW - a.k.a. The Broomielaw - a.k.a. JAMAICA BRIDGE. The reason it was called Jamaica Bridge is because it was on Jamaica Street.
Date - c.1923, 5, or 7 (last digit has a flat top)
Size in mm (approx) - 138 X 88
Publisher - Raphael Tuck & Sons - GLASGOW SEPIA PLATEMARKED - Printed in Britain
Publisher's Card No. 2453
Used: A 1d red stamp of George V cancelled EDINBURGH SEP 7 192? addressed to Hegaw, Kingsmead Ave, Cliftonville, Belfast
Condition - corners a little worn - a 3 mm tear at top edge 5 cms from left


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