Crown Series (Other)

Many post card publishers used a crown as a logo, or had a "Crown Series    ."
The following are more or less contemporary comic post cards

Cards by "Spatz"

No 5022

All is not beer that's bitter

O! I have passed a miserable night, so full of ugly sights and ghostly dreams (Shakespeare)

"SPATZ" POST CARDS. From original Drawings & Sketches by Spatz.

Published by Thomas Hind. Huddersfield. No  5022

posted 21 & 22 August 1908

Signed Spatz

 

No 5028

O winds that blow from the mouth breathe on my glistening beer

"SPATZ" POST CARDS. From original Drawings & Sketches by Spatz.

Published by Thomas Hind. Huddersfield.

No  5057

The Corona Publishing Company, Blackpool

This is almost certainly a false lead. The Corona  Publishing Company set up in London at about the same time as the Crown Publishing Company closed down in St Alban. It later moved to Blackpool.

 

18 September 1909

 

 

 

9 July 1910

No 107  "John Willie, Come On!"  

 

 

No 116  Our Cheeks have got quite rosy

 

I don't suppose I shall do it again for months and months and months

CPC

Crown Series No 1101

Posted 8 July 1916

 

I don't suppose I shall do it again for months and months and months

Corona Publishing Co, Blackpool

Regal Series 1101, Printed in England

Posted 11 June 1919

"Crown Series" cards - Publisher unknown

Posted 23 December 1908

 

Christmas Greetings

We never dreamed that we should get such beautiful toys,

We hope that Father Xmas has remembered all the boys.

"Crown Series" cards - Publisher unknown

I've got the eighteen pence

All I want is the man

Signed "RM"

Crown Series 1097

26 September 1916

It's nice to get up in the morning

but it's nicer to lie in bed

Signed "RM"

Crown Series 2003

19 July 1916

[Other 1916 card seen]