Monday, 20 December 2010

Colliers Wood High Street, South London c1928

High Street, Colliers Wood. Postcard published by Frederick Maycock. Maycock was the business partner of the prolific postcard publisher Richard Johns, but they appear to have separated around 1925.



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  2. I hadn't noticed that! They don't look very happy though.

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  3. Hi, is there any way I can get hold of a copy of the old CW postcard or even a print for a birthday present? That photo is the part of CW high street where we live so would be a great present for my partner. Thanks, Jan

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    1. Hello Jan, please contact me by email, my contact details are on the right. I have no way of contacting you from your comment. Thanks.

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