Provisional F. S. Series -"Kilts"

 

Kilts

 
Crown Series 1008  

A Windy Day in Bonnie Scotland!

Unsigned

Unsigned

The "Crown" Series 1008

Crown Series 1008 Back

See also Writing Space

13 August 1908
Crown Series 1009      

A Scotch Reel! (Real Scotch)

Signed "F S"

 

The Crown Series No 1009

Crown Series 1 Back

See also Writing Space

11 July 1909

20 September 1913

Crown Series 1 back - no series name or number      
"John, John put your trousers on. The Ladies here are single!"

Unsigned

No Publisher

Unsigned Crown Series Back

Series No 6047

22 July 1908

"It's All Right The Noo!"

Unsigned

Unsigned Crown Series 1008 Back

2 September 1908

A Heiland Mary and a Heiland Little Mary

Unsigned

No series, number or publisher

Crown Series 1 Back

4 September 1908

"Why do ye nae wear Breeks Laddie?"

Unsigned

No Publisher

Unsigned Crown Series Back

Series No 6047

25 October 1908
Inland (1) back      
Raising the wind in Bonnie Scotland

Unsigned

Inland (1) back 17 July 1911
Scots Wha' Ow

Unsigned

No publisher

Inland Postage

16 May 1912
Series 637x Back      

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

Signed "F S"

No publisher

Series 637x

Series No 6370

14 February 1911

No publisher

Series 637x

Series No 6370/3

8 July 1910

Put your kilts doon, Jock.

You'rs a big braw laddie the Noo!

Signed "F S"

H Vertigen & Co, London E.C.

Series 637x

Series No 6370/2

 

Do ye na' wear breeks Laddie?

No, Lassie, do you?

Signed "F S"

H Vertigen & Co, London E.C.

Series 637x

Series No 6371/4

25 May 1910

Writing Space Back      
A Windy Day in Bonnie Scotland!

Unsigned

Printed in Germany

Writing Space

9 August 1911

A Scotch Reel (Real Scotch)

Unsigned

Printed in Germany

Writing Space

20 September 1911

       
Numbered Cards - Sans Serif      
Scots Wha' Ow

Unsigned

453 [PC. I]

in Germany

8 September 1912

[Also Inland Post]

8 September 1912, 13 September 1913

 After all a pair of breeks saves a man standin' in a draught

Unsigned

418 (PC. I)

also 418B

Printed in Germany

 

 [2 May 1913]

Some popular Scotch 'airs

 

462C [PC. I]   Printed in Germany 

 

You can't tell a man by his cloths, unless he is wearing a kilt.

 

465B

  [PC. I]

 

 
467 There's mony a slip, twixt the peel & the pip 467

 [PC. I]