Places associates with "F S" or the London View Co.

Hastings

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Cards of Hastings published by The London View Company

 

 

 

Hastings cards by "F S"

Published by The London View Co Ltd

Suggested date Summer 1906

 

See Pa's Holiday at Hastings

Cards of Hastings published by The London View Company

 

Hastings Multiview (Ltd)

The Beach   The Castle

The Lovers Seat   Ecclesbourne Glen

Posted 16 August 1907 [1906]

 

Ecclesbourne Glen No 41

4 August 1905

 

Ecclesbourne Glen (Co Ltd)

18 September 1909

 

All Saints Street, Hastings   No 5

(Ltd) Posted

Lovers Seat, Hastings   No 18

Inland Early Views Unposted

 

Hastings (Co) No 37

11 August 1905

No Title Pub Date
5 All Saints Street, Hastings Ltd  
6 The Lifts, Hastings Ltd Aug 1907
13 Record Storm, Hastings Ltd Aug 1907
14 Record Wave, Hastings Ltd 1907
15 Pevensey Castle, Hastings ? 1907
18

Lovers Seat, Hastings

Ltd  
19 Alexandra Park, Hastings Ltd Aug 1908
21 Old London Road Ltd  
22 Punch & Judy Show Ltd  
23 Castle and old tower from East Hill Ltd Sept 1907
25 Shingle washed up, Hastings Ltd 1907
28 Alexandra Park ? 1909
29 Hastings Old Town from West Hill Ltd  
30 The Cemetery, Hastings Ltd Sept 1907
33 Hollington Church, Hastings Ltd Sept 1907
35 St Clements Church, Hastings Ltd  
37 Hastings Co Aug 1905
39 Record Storm at Hastings Ltd June 1906
41 Ecclesbourne Glen Co Aug 1905
 

Record Storm at Hastings   No 39

Posted 27 June 1906

Lovers Seat, Hastings (Co ltd)

7 August 1911

Cards of Hastings published by Eustace Watkins.

Printed in Saxony

All Saints St., showing the old houses

No 7

The Lovers Seat, Hastings

No 13

Hollington Church Hastings

The Church in the Woods  No 6

Compare the picture of All Saint's Street with the London View version above (No 5) - and the same little girl is standing in the same place in both views.  In the case of the Lovers Seat (No 13) is the couple the same as the couple in London View version (No 18) but with different hats on? The picture of Hollington Church is identical to that to the one bearing the name "Mossman & Co, Hastings."  Could these pictures have been taken by the same photographer on the same day for different customers of the same Saxony post card printer - presumably operating through the same UK sales agent (who may well have been the London View Company).

Battle Abbey

Spot where King Harold fell

Cards of Hastings published by Mossman & Co, Hastings.

Printed in Saxony

East Hill Lifts, Hastings   No 5

Unposted

Hollington Church, Hastings  No 6

Unposted

Rough Sea, Hastings   No 12

Posted 12 August 1906

View published by two different companies

 

Ecclesbourne Glen

View published by the London View Company

13th September 1907

[Note other view of same spot by the London View Company (Ltd)]

 

Also published by The Rapid Photo Printing Co, London

3 October 1907