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Keywords: Busses, Classic Cars, Statues
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Condition: beautiful exemplar with minimally scuffed top left corner, slightly curved
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sepia-coloured glossy photograph – typical street view, crowded by double-decker busses, oldtimers and pedestrians, St Mary Le Bow church in background, statue of Sir Robert Peele in the lower left corner (removed during World War II, stands in Hendon today)

Address: Cheapside, City of London, Greater London EC2V 6

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Price: 4.00 €

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Year: ca. 1930
Postal state: postally unused
Inscription on front side: Cheapside, London. Ind Coope's Ales, Sew by Electricity, Whiffin
Inscription on back side: Post Card, Cheapside – A typical London street showing a steady stream of traffic. The church spire on the right is that of Bow, of Bow Bells fame. The home of the true Cockney. Address to be written here, Stamp here, This is a real photograph, Printed in Great Britain
Postmark(s): none

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