'F S' Series:

Shop and Office Workers

"Crown" Postcards - Series 1

The back of the Crown Series 1008 & 1009 cards

       

To a pushing young clerk

Remember it is far easier to push a pen than push a perambulator

Signed "F S"

Crown Series 1008

14 April 1909

To a pushing young clerk

Remember it is far easier to push a pen than push a perambulator

Signed "F S"

 

Crown Series 1009

Note 1008 and 1009 are from same engraving but the "F S" signatures are different.

6 Jan 1909

 

Unsigned

Printed in Germany

Writing Space dot

 

[Known Crown 1009]

1 September 1913

To a pushing young clerk

Remember it is far easier to push a pen than push a perambulator

Unsigned

Printed in Germany

Postcard PC dot I

482

 

The Tables Turned

The Waitress gets waited on

Unsigned

 

Printed in Germany

Writing Space dot

 

[Known Crown 1008]

 
?? December 1912

The Sweet Stuff Girl

Don't Allow customers to help themselves excessively to samples

Signed "F S"

Crown Series 1008

1908

The Sweet Stuff Girl

Don't Allow customers to help themselves excessively to samples

Unsigned

Printed in Germany

Writing Space dot

 

[Known Crown 1009]

 

Unpublished

FS0018

The Counter Jumper

Unsigned

Crown Series 1008

 
 

The Counter Jumper

Unsigned

Printed in Germany

Writing Space dot

 

Unposted

A New Postal-Order!

Visitors are requested not to tease the animals in the cage!

Unsigned

Crown Series 1008

Back not seen

 

A New Postal Order

Visitors are requested not to tease the animals in the cage!

Unsigned

Printed in Germany

Writing Space dot

Unposted

[15 August 1912]

A New Postal Order

Visitors are requested not to tease the animals in the cage!

Unsigned

No Publisher Info

Postcard PC dot I 496

Unposted

Could this be the 6th member of the set ????

Lady: "Have you anything smart in silk stockings?"

Assistant: "We had but she's left!"

 

Unsigned

No Signature

No publisher

Inland Postage

18 January 1909