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Greetings Cards

Cards reproduced in colour from Victorian originals. There are two designs, ideal for Christmas and blank inside for personal messages. Matching envelopes provided.

Format: Folded card, 6.5cm x 10cm (when folded)A5 Paperback
Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service

£0.20 each; £0.75 for 6
+ p&p : Small

Stafford Town Plan taken from Speed's Atlas, 1610

This full colour postcard shows the ancient town of Stafford, including the old town walls and gates, Greyfriars and King's Mead Pool.

Format: Postcard, 10.5cm x 15cm
Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service

£0.40
+ p&p : Small

Lichfield Town Plan taken from Speed's Atlas, 1610

This full colour postcard shows the city of Lichfield, including the Cathedral Close, the Friary and Minster Pool.

Format: Postcard, 10.5cm x 15cm
Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service

£0.40
+ p&p : Small
Four Recreated Views of Eastgate Street, Stafford

These reconstructed views show Eastgate Street in Mediaeval times, in Georgian times, in Victorian times and the present day.

Format: Pack of postcards, 10.5cm x 15cm
Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service

£1.00
+ p&p : Small

View of Stafford's Market Square, 1859

The view shows the Market Square, including some recognizable buildings, such as the Guildhall and the Shire Hall, as well as the cannon captured in the Crimean War.

Format: Postcard, 10.5cm x 15cm
Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service

£0.15
+ p&p : Small

A Description of Staffordshire, 1748

This postcard shows an idealized view of Stafford's town walls, accompanied by the arms of Lichfield and Stafford. There is also a general description of the county. The view comes from an early geographical account of Britain and its Empire by the Bickhams.

Format: Postcard, 10.5cm x 15cm
Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service

£1.00
+ p&p : Small
Staffordshire Postcard Pack

This is a combination pack of six postcards, three ofStafford Market Square (1859), and three of Bickham’s Description of Staffordshire

Format: Pack of postcards, 10.5cm x 15cm
Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service

£0.80
+ p&p : Small

Wulfric Spot - One Thousand Years Commemoration

A set of four postcards commemorating 1000 years of the will of Wulfric Spot, founder of Burton Abbey. There are four cards in the set: an 18th Century sketch showing Wulfric Spot wearing bizarre armour; a colour reproduction of part of the Charter of Ethelred II, confirming the Will granting lands to found Burton Abbey in 1004; a copperplate engraving of Burton Abbey, 1661; a sepia drawing of Burton Abbey in its rural setting by H.C. Allport (1788-1855).

Format: Pack of postcards, 10.5cm x 15cm
Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service

£1.80
+ p&p : Small

Minstrels and Dancers Postcard Pack

A set of four postcards showing revellers depicted in the Betley Window. The images come from drawings made of the window, and show a Hobby Horse, Maid Marian (as Queen of the May), Tom the Piper's Son and a Court Fool or jester.

Format: Pack of postcards, 10.5cm x 15cm
Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service

£1.80
+ p&p : Small

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