Old British Postcard - Tucks Military Series of 1903 - Royal Horse Artillery. Signallers.

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ORIGINAL OLD BRITISH POSTCARD BY TUCK & SONS

Title of Card - The Royal Horse Artillery. Signallers
Type of Card - Tucks "Oilette" Military series
Artwork by - Probably By Harry Payne
Size of Card - 5.5 inches by 3.5 inches ( 14cm by 9cm )
Condition - Excellent. Unused with clean back

Remarks - An original, unused "oilette"card by Tucks being one of the military series and produced in 1903. Oilette cards were top quality and were printed in colour on superior board.

A very desirable card for the military collector.

Postal cost from France to the U.K. by standard airmail will be 1.00p
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