Golfing scene

[Experimental version]

Reference Number:- Godden Number:- Sprake Number:-
sc 220 not recorded not recorded
 

landscape version of this card
 
 
 
Experimental postcard with small rectangular silk depicting a golfing scene
the image of this silk was kindly donated by
Jacqueline Gibney, New Zealand.
 
portrait version of this card
 
Experimental postcard with small rectangular silk depicting a golfing scene
 
 

Words:
Woven on silk:-
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    Printed on card:-
   
 
 
WOVEN IN SILK.

 
 
 

 
Size:
 
Landscape version
card:
cm long by cm deep

silk:
cm long by cm deep

Portrait version
card:
9.0cm long by 9.0cm deep (cut down)

silk:
6.0cm long by 4.0cm deep

 
Comments:

Chris Radley, in his book "The Woven Silk Postcard" discusses the Stevens Experimental cards. He records that whilst there is no evidence on the cards themselves to attribute production to Stevens, nevertheless a member of the Stevens family confirmed that these cards had been handed down through the family.

As can be seen from the image above, the card itself is not at all like any other Stevens postcard, and the scene is a completely new topic.

It is unlikely these cards were released for general sale, being used instead by the Stevens family for personal use.


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