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London Roofs & Chimneys
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London Roofs & Chimneys
Pueblo Pots
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Pueblo Pots
Tudor Chimneys
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Tudor Chimneys
Happy Families / Mr Pots
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Happy Families / Mr Pots
Hopi Potter 1908
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Hopi Potter 1908
Brazil - Street vendor in Rio de Janeiro Featured Image

Brazil - Street vendor in Rio de Janeiro

Superb postcard from Brazil depicting Street vendor (seemingly specialising in pots, cans and pans) in Rio de Janeiro. He carries the majority of his wares in a large tin tub balanced on his head! Date: 1904

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Balancing, Brazil, Brazilian, Cans, De, Hardware, Hawker, Head, Itinerant, Janeiro, Metal Work, Pans, Pots, Rio, Seller, Street, Tin, Tubs, Vendor, Wares

Tunisia - Arab Bazaar
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Tunisia - Arab Bazaar
Religion / Egypt / Menqet 2
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Religion / Egypt / Menqet 2
England / Wells
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England / Wells
Washing drying in the sun
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Washing drying in the sun
Tunisia - Arab Bazaar Featured Image

Tunisia - Arab Bazaar

Tunisia - an Arab dealer sitting in his shop, surrounded by his wares (pretty much everything you can imagine) including drapes, rugs, pots, a stuffed baby crocodile, swords, guns, inlaid mother-of-pearl tables, plates, lamps and candlesticks

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Africa, African, Arab, Arabian, Baby, Bazaar, Bazar, Candle Sticks, Crocodile, Dealer, Decorative, Drapes, General, Guns, Hardware, Historical, History, Inlaid, Items, Lamps, Mother, North, Pearl, Plates, Pots, Rugs, Shop, Sitting, Store, Stuffed, Surrounded, Swords, Tables, Tunisia, Tunisian, Wares

India - Deolali - British Garrison Featured Image

India - Deolali - British Garrison

British Garrison at Deolali (Devlali), in Nashik District in the state of Maharashtra, India - British soldiers and Officers outside the Billiard Room. The name of the town is the source of the British slang noun "doolally tap", loosely meaning "camp fever", referring to the apparent madness of men waiting for ships back to Britain. By the 1940s this had been shortened to "doolally". Date: circa 1910

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Water carriers, Egypt
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Water carriers, Egypt

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