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Over the next twenty years, they moved to tourist areas abroad, including: - Jamaica - Medeira - Norway - Tangier - New Zealand Thank you to Wendy Walker for sending me two Valentine photos of the Canadian Pacific Railway Station at Manitoba.
(a) The back of the the first of these cards has the Valentine 'Two Globes, logo and the words: Unfortunately, the 'University of St Andrews VALENTINE COLLECTION' booklet, which I have found to be very helpful in dating Valentine's black and white British postcards explains: "With a few exceptions, the overseas views were assigned to other sequences whose registers are not preserved in St Andrews University Library and which were probably not housed in Valentine's Dundee office" So, I'm unlikely to be able to help anybody wishing to know the publications dates of any of their Valentine postcards that were published overseas.
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Within a few years, over two thousand shops throughout the United Kingdom were selling his postcards.
Furthermore, Reginald ( ) and Desmond, sons of Adolph and Jeannette Tuck, also joined the Company. Although the world's first picture post cards date from the 1860s to the mid-1870s, post cards, as we know them, came into being.
This is be followed by more detailed listings for some countries - Great Britain, the United States of America and France.
This time, there were about 10,000 competition entries.
On the 11th of April 2008, Postcrossing reached it's first million of exchanged postcards, surpassing all the best initial expectations. Things were never quite the same after wwii, Reginald (now Sir Reginald) died in 1954 and his son Bruce inherited the title of baronet but soon left the Company.
The site gives a brief summary of photography in the Isle of Man undertaken by James Valentine, one of the founding members of Edinburgh Photographic Society.
Having entered the Isle of Man web site, you will have to click on 'Manx Notebook' then 'Tourism' then 'Post Cards' to find the Valentine details.
Publishers of a wide range of postcard types including view-cards, military regiments, cricket players, comic cards by Gordon Browne, political cartoons by Harry Furniss, and other artist signed cards.