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Chats Gallery

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Choose from 61 pictures in our Chats collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


WW1 - German Humorous Postcard - Counter-intelligence Featured Print

WW1 - German Humorous Postcard - Counter-intelligence

WW1 - German Humorous Postcard - Counter-intelligence. A German soldier takes a tactical approach to chatting to a pretty young nurse in a train carriage, shielding himself with his great coat to prevent the young lady's Mother overhearing their flirtatious discussions! Date: 1917

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Completely bizarre conversation concerning identification Featured Print

Completely bizarre conversation concerning identification

Completely bizarre conversation between two cabbies concerning identification - at least the participants seem to understand one another. Overheard on a Cab Rank. "'Ave yer seen anything of Whatyercallim?" "Who? D'ye mean Whatsisname?" "O No, not Im - that ere tother." "O, Ah - I seed Im fas enough!" Date: 1902

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Mrs Caudles Curtain Lectures - Mr Caudle late to bed Featured Print

Mrs Caudles Curtain Lectures - Mr Caudle late to bed

"Pretty Time of night to come to bed Mr Caudle. Ugh! Enough to give any woman her death. I'm sure." (Mrs Caudle's Lectures) First published in "Punch" in 1845, the book Mrs Caudle's Lectures consisted of Mrs C giving petty lectures to her unfortunate husband - enacted in the matrimonial bed at the close of each day when he is compelled to lie and listen. This card plays upon this book with a new slant of cautionary tale (featuring Mr and Mrs Goose), warning against the dangers of arriving home late! Date: 1914

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection