Some Contemporary Artists of 'F S'

F  P ???

The identity of this artist is currently unknown but is of interest because his cards were published, during the First World War, with the words "Entirely British Manufacturer" - so a possible link with "F S", Of particular interest is the number of ladies in a red dress with feathers on their hats

Post Card

This simple-backed card format should not be compared with the others.

Features:

  • Post card, san serif, leading capitals, following full stop
  • Simple double line divider
  • Number in bottom left corner

By Jove!

She's worth smacking

Look at the tickler - in her hat.

Signed FP

631

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My word!

What a tickler.

Signed FP

632

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The sea is lovely down here ---

Am looking for a bo(u)y.

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Entirely British Manufacture
Numbers in range 714 -752
     

714

Three cheers for the red white and blue.

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716 

The weather is a bit rough but the birds are fine down here.

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719

"Did you hear of my Jack being killed"

"Yes I shall feel it very much for you"

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720

He: "Last time I spoke to you I was in trouble."

She: "And so was I, you know."

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721

Many a cook has lost her mutton talking to a copper

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April 1917

 

722

Out side only Sir

Not in these ---

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723

Oh constable, could you oblige me with a penny for two ha'pennies?

724

He: "I feel as if I could fight the world."

She: "Why, you can'f fight pussy."

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734 A Gallant Charge

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739

You ought to be down here - you're missing things worth seeing.

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742

Oh! I say

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744

"What a nice girl. The more I see of her the more I like her."

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14 September 1916

   

22

38

 

 

 

750

Nobody's doing it!

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751

She: "What a shocking story."

He: "Yes I see you look shocked."

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752

Am taking a flat up West.

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Numbers in range above 800

815

"An Interesting Case on here - I'm working on it."

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818

"Keep still, Cookey, don't wriggle and I think we will be able to manage it"

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17 August 1917

 

846

Divorce Court

She: "Thank goodness I shall feel a different woman tonight"

He: "SO SHALL I"

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