Postcard Of The Congregational Church In Barking

Object number

LDVAL 2013.31.9


Photographic postcard depecting the Congregational Church in Barking

Physical description

Postcard has a photograph on the front depicting the church building, the street on which it is situated, there are two buildings flanking the church one appears to be an emporium, the other a shop, there is a tree in front of the church and several people milling around. The reverse is unused with space on the left for communication and space on the right for an address, unlike with other postcards this one has a small appendum underneath the instruction on the left side, the appendum is ?(Post Office Regulation.)?. There is a space for stamps in the top right which also gives you a price guide.
The name ?Charles Volsey? is printed on the left hand side and there is a small green M in the bottom right corner.






Whole width: 138mm
Whole length: 86mm

Collection type


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InstitutionValence House Museum
Collection typeEphemera