St. Ives, Cornwall
A view of the well known granite arch that leads into Hick's Court from the Digey. The lad on the right looks particularly morose - possibly bored from waiting for the photograper to set up his camera! The photographer has chosen the time of day very carefully, when the sun is illuminating the archway and the narrow entrance.
St Ives Harbour Beach in the old days
A vintage view of the harbour beach in St Ives back in the days when fishing was the main industry, not pristine sandy beaches.
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The Wharfe St Ives Cornwall c1915 Antique Sepia Black and | Etsy
A beautiful photographic postcard so evocative of the historic fishing village of St Ives at the start if the last century. Dating per the postmark to 1915, the photo may be a little earlier. A wonderful portrait of the fishermen with their lobster pot and the bystanders looking at the novelty of the camera. The close ups (photos 1 and 4) of the postcard reveal surprising detail of faces, costumes and buildings. The card was published by Valentines, printed in Great Britain, and measures…
Illogan, Redruth, Cornwall, 1905 - Empire Series Postcard " | For sale on Delcampe"
Description Start of the sale: Sunday, 24 December 2017 at 11:37 Sale ends: Saturday, 12 June 2021 at 13:56 165 visits Translate Printed colour postcard showing a view of two Camborne-Redruth trams at Illogan near Redruth in Cornwall, possibly on Barncoose Terrace. Published by E. S. [Pictorial Post Card Co Ltd, Empire Series], No 652. Postally used on 26 September 1905 with double circle Camborne cancellation on green halfpenny stamp and sent to Miss F M Webster, Trevenson Street, Camborne…