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Who made these silks? A section has been added to this site, in which I include images of silks that seem to be from the Victorian period or early 1900's, but we do not know who made them. Can you help identify who made them? {last updated 11 January 2017}
There is a bookmark titled "Exposition Universelle d 'Anvers en 1894"
A coronation bookmark or favour with His Majesty King George V and Queen Mary
A bookmark or favour with Disraeli, made by L & S, and
Here is the details of all the silks we cannot identify. Can you help?
 
 
27 March 2017 Postcards Regular visitors to this page will know that it is several years since I addressed the SHIP and HANDS ACROSS THE SEA postcards.
This is in part because I was not happy with the Stevens and Grant catalogues. I have now looked at these cards, and importantly, with the invaluable guidance of Mark Cottrill, the Stevengraph Collectors Association President, corrected the mis-categorisation of several titles.
I have also decided to simplify the catalogues, without of course reducing the amount of information available.

The summarised outcome is:-
a) Move several titles FROM the STEVENS catalogue TO the GRANT catalogue.
b) ADD the previously unrecorded Great Britain/Australia flag combination to the Hands Across The Sea catalogue.
c) SPLIT the GRANT catalogue by card type, and ADD a number of previously unrecorded titles.

 
  Stevens Ship card Whilst in general the STEVENS SHIP postcard catalogue was accurate, there had been recorded eight titles that did not seem correct. I now realise that these were all in fact GRANT postcards and have been moved.

A small number of new titles have also been added.
I have also added images to most of the titles; 92.7% of the recorded titles to be precise, so this is now very much comprehensive. Some images are new to the site whilst others are improved quality.

 
  Stevens HATS card Chris Radley, writing in the 1985 RF Picture Postcard Catalogue publication mentions that STEVENS might have produced Experimental cards in Australia, one of which was a HANDS ACROSS THE SEA card with Great Britain and Australian flags.

This site now records three silk postcards with the GB / Australian flags, being SS Persic, SS Runic and a card with no ships name.
None of these card has the " HANDS ACROSS THE SEA " printed above the silk panel, and the embossed border round the silk panel of the two named ships is the maple leaf design used sparingly by Stevens.
In all three silks, the man's hand has five fingers visible, with the thumb being behind. There is recorded one Stevens silk with the same six finger & thumb hand, and this is obviously very unusual.
Needless to say, both the ship titles and combination of flags and hands are new additions.

John High, in his unpublished work, noted that he had two HATS postcards in his collection comprising a Stevens silk mounted in a Grant card. I have no idea how or why this should have happened, although out of interest I too have a third such card recorded, RMS Baltic, and is recorded as an error.
I mention this as the un-named ship GB / Australian HATS similarly looks to be a Stevens silk in a Grant card.

As with the ships, the HANDS ACROSS THE SEA catalogue has been fully updated, with new titles added and mis-categorised titles moved to Grant.
Of the 470 combinations of ship names, flags and hands, this site currently has 373 images, being 79.4%.

 
  Grant postcards Grant postcards are very easy to identify, as they all have distinctive PRINTED cards. Not any more!!

A new image to this site is RMS CARONIA; a title long recorded but with no image. The important point with this ship is that there is an embossed pattern round the silk opening (in like manner to Stevens cards), but with Grant's name printed on the card.
The essential feature is an embossed anchor in each of the four corners. There are variations for the Irish cards, which have a shamrock design, and the Scottish cards, which have the thistle instead of the anchor.
Both SHIP cards and HANDS ACROSS THE SEA cards have this embossed design, and in order to record these properly, separate categories have been created in the Grant catalogue.

As recorded in the Bibliography, Mark Cottrill, the Chairman of the Stevengraph Collectors Association produced a picture book of the Grant silks. I have been fortunate to now have a copy of that book, and in both working through it, and discussing the various cards with Mark, it is he who directed me to a very important feature of these "anchor embossed" cards. Unlike Stevens cards which just have the embossing round the silk, these Grant cards also have a second embossed rectangle which encloses the whole central pattern.

It is this unique embossed rectangle feature of Grant cards which enabled Mark to also identify yet a third group of Grant Ship postcards. The inner embossing on this final group comprise a flower design with 8-six petal and 4-five petal flowers. All these cards are now recorded, both SHIPS and HANDS ACROSS THE SEA, and again, in their own group.

 
 
29 November 2016 Alpha Postcards The existing catalogue of Alpha silk postcards was based upon the excellent work produced by the late John High. John had recorded some 149 different titles. Over the years however I have accumulated many images of postcards not recorded by John. These new images, and of course titles, will be added in due course, although in order to make room for these new titles, the existing catalogue has been completely renumbered.
The following are better quality images to replace existing ones already recorded in the catalogue:
sa55 - BIRTHDAY WISHES / WITH LOVING GREETINGS TO MY FRIEND (excellent quality image)
sa160 - For Auld / Lang / Syne / Many happy Returns of the Day (reasonable quality image)
sa230 - Good Luck / to you / Loving Birthday Wishes (excellent quality image)
sa400 - MIZPAH / LOVING EASTER GREETINGS (excellent quality image)
sa540 - With every Kind Thought / Birthday Greetings (excellent quality image)
sa575 - With every Kind Thought / Thinking of you on your Birthday (excellent quality image)
sa590 - With every Kind Thought / WISHING YOU A HAPPY BIRTHDAY (excellent quality image)
sa620 - With Every Kind Wish / WISHING YOU A HAPPY BIRTHDAY (excellent quality image)
sa750 - (flowers: forget-me-nots: bowl, with tall spray of forget-me-nots) / A Peaceful Easter (reasonable quality image)
sa765 - (flowers: forget-me-nots: spray of forget-me-nots) / A Happy Birthday (excellent quality image)
sa805 - (flowers: forget-me-nots: spray of forget-me-nots) / Loving Birthday Wishes (excellent quality image)
sa935 - (flowers: rose: large rose, 1 bud) / WISHING YOU MANY HAPPY RETURNS OF THE DAY (excellent quality image)

The following are also new titles and images added for the first time to the Alpha postcard catalogue:
sa356 - May The / BESTOWER / of all / BLISS / WITH LOVING BIRTHDAY GREETINGS (excellent quality image)
sa755 - (flowers: forget-me-nots: bowl, with tall spray of forget-me-nots) / Birthday Remembrance (excellent quality image)
sa760 - (flowers: forget-me-nots: bowl, with tall spray of forget-me-nots) / HEARTY CHRISTMAS GREETINGS (excellent quality image)

 
  Stevens Bookmarks The following are new titles, together with images, not previously recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
Since 2007, the title: The power of love (with bible reference) {being sb2096 on this site} has been recorded. A new bookmark has now been added to the Stevens catalogue; identical in every respect, except that this new addition does not have the reference to the bible verse:
sb2097 - The power of love (no bible reference) (excellent quality image)
 
Since 2002, the title: To a dear friend {being sb2204 on this site} has been recorded. A new bookmark has now been added to the Stevens catalogue; identical in every respect, except that this new addition has stylised flowers at the pointed end, instead of realistic flowers of the previously recorded title:
sb2205 - To a dear friend (stylised flowers at pointed end) (excellent quality image)

The following are new images to go with titles already recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb529 - Christmas / (ribbon from robin's wing with words: 'A merry Christmas to you') / A blithe and joyous (excellent quality image)
sb564 - Coronation / (scroll with names:-) Queen Alexandra EA King Edward VII (excellent quality image)

And the following are improved images to replace existing ones:
sb12 - 1492 - 1892 400th Anniversary in Commemoration of the discovery of America 1492 / (Columbus) / Landing of Columbus Oct 12th 1492 / (eagle on shield & flag either side) / In God we Trust (JJ Mannion credit) - possibly not Stevens (excellent quality image)
sb136 - A dear friend's wish (excellent quality image)
sb783 - FORGET ME / NOT / TIME CANNOT CHANGE (excellent quality image)
sb800 - Friendship / (flowers, with words beneath: 'From a True Friend') / How sweet the (excellent quality image)
sb2364 - To one I love / Bright be thy life (excellent quality image)
sb2564 - With best wishes for the New Year / (cross & flowers) / Sweet and peaceful be (excellent quality image)

The following is also a replacement image, although it has been associated with a stiff backing paper, the wording and layout of which links to JJ Mannion, and that is now reflected in the wording of the title:
sb1878 - (shield & crossed flags) / Souvenir woven in The Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893 / (building) / Machinery Hall / (train) - (no Stevens credit: Probably JJ Mannion) (excellent quality image)
 
  Stevens Portraits The following are new images to go with previously recorded titles in the Stevens portrait catalogue. They are also important additions, as the printed back labels are identical to the printing on the stiff backing paper of a bookmark. This bookmark though has the woven name of JJ Mannion, thereby reinforcing the long held believe of a close association between Mannion and Stevens:
so198 - Cleveland, Mr. (excellent quality image)
so209 - Cleveland, Mrs (without signature) (excellent quality image)
 
 
10 October 2016 Stevens Bookmarks The following are new titles, together with images, not previously recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb99 - (flowers with words: A Blessing) / Bless Thee Dearest (poor quality image)
sb719 - Forget Me Not (narrow lengthways ribbon - freyed ends) (excellent quality image)
sb999 - Hospital Saturday - 1896 (excellent quality image)
sb1355 - (flowers with words: May our hearts be united in love forever) / O come with me (excellent quality image)
Since 2007, the title: The sailor boy {being sb2136 on this site} has been recorded. A new bookmark has now been added to the Stevens catalogue; identical in every respect, except for abnormally large spacing on the design:
sb2138 - The sailor boy - larger space at top and between verses (excellent quality image)

The following are new images to go with titles already recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb80 - A birthday wish / Many happy returns of the day / ..heav'nly abode (no picture) (good quality image)
sb572 - Cotters Saturday Night / They Never Sought in Vain (excellent quality image)
sb1004 - Hugh Bourne (excellent quality image)
sb1260 - Many happy returns of the day (words on drape in central roundel) (excellent quality image)

And the following are improved images to replace existing ones:
sb1064 - I wish you a merry Christmas (donkey, cart & farmer) and a happy new year (pointed at both ends) (excellent quality image)
sb1248 - Mail coach / We're losing fast the Good Old Days (excellent quality image)
sb2223 - To a friend / Of all the gifts which heaven bestows (excellent quality image)

And the following are additional images added to existing records, so as to enhance the information available:
sb1560 - Our Father which art in heaven (The Lord's Prayer) (excellent quality image)

 
  Grant postcards The following are the new titles, together with images, recorded for the first time in the Grant postcard catalogue:
gc268 - Souvenir of the Greater Cork Exhibition, 1903 (exhibition buildings) (excellent quality image)
gc709 - A hand clasp from Erin / The dear little shamrock (small shield, large hands) (excellent quality image)
gc808-lc - Godiva (words) (large card with green border) (black & white quality image)
gc828-lc - Lead kindly light (with music and verse) (large card with green border) (excellent quality image)

The following are new images added for the first time to existing titles already recorded:
gc160 - Rear Admiral Hon. H. Lambton C.V.O. C.B. (excellent quality image)
gc468 - The Flip-Flap (excellent quality image)
gc630 - ladies in fur coats and muffler - no title (excellent quality image)

The following are improved quality images to replace existing ones already recorded in the Grant postcard catalogue:
gc232 - Dublin Exhibition, 1907 (with fountain) (excellent quality image)
gc348 - Greetings from Peshawar (Edwardes Gate) (excellent quality image)
gc472 - The Good Old Days (excellent quality image)
gc588 - Swallow Falls, Bettws-Y-Coed - woven title (excellent quality image)

 
 
1 August 2016 Stevens Bookmarks The following are new titles, together with images, not previously recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb808 - From your friend / . . . . . / And here's a hand / My Trusty Fiere / . . (excellent quality image)
sb1026 - I know that my redeemer liveth (excellent quality image)

The following is a new image to go with the title already recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb2192 - Thy Bridal Day / Others, dear girl, may wish thee (reasonable quality image)

And the following are improved images to replace existing ones:
sb84 - A birthday wish / Many happy returns. There is (excellent quality image)
sb264 - A present from the Crystal Palace / (with view of Crystal Palace) / Designed by Sir Josh. Paxton MP (excellent quality image)
sb520 - Chicago 1880 / St Bernard Commandery / No. 35 Knights Templar Chicago (excellent quality image)
sb1292 - Many happy returns of the day / Merry Words (with flowers in middle of silk) (excellent quality image)
sb2076 - The Most Hon. The Marquis of Salisbury (rose) (excellent quality image)

 
  Grant postcards The following are the new titles, together with images, recorded for the first time in the Grant postcard catalogue:
A new section has been added to the catalogue, so as to record Composite Postcards. The following two are both made up of three Grant postcards, and are the only two known to exist. As they have never been recorded before, they are new additions to the catalogue:
gc880 - Triple card - Cartwright Memorial Inaugural Exhibition Bradford 1904 (excellent quality image)
gc890 - Triple card - Irish International Exhibition Dublin 1907 (excellent quality image)
gc85 - H. M. Queen Mary (no reg. number) (excellent quality image)
gc732 - All Xmas Joys be thine / Good wishes for the New Year / Ring out the old . . . (excellent quality image)
The following postcard is of Her Majesty, Queen Mary. The original image of Her Majesty has the registration number woven on the silk, and whilst this new image does not have this registration number, it has the words " REGISTRATION APPLIED FOR ". It was initially assumed this new image was simply an earlier issue of the same silk with the registration number. However, on close inspection of the two images, the flag is in a different position, and so is a different silk, and hence a new addition to the catalogue:
gc86 - H. M. Queen Mary (flag in lower position) (excellent quality image)

The following are new images added for the first time to titles previously recorded:
gc88 - H. M. Queen Mary - no title (excellent quality image)
gc124 - Genl. Sir R. Buller V.C. (excellent quality image)
gc144 - Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, For King and Country (excellent quality image)
gc192 - (Paris Exhibition, 1900 : Palace of Education, Science & Arts, and view of Champ de Mar) - no title (excellent quality image)
gc196 - (Paris Exhibition, 1900 : Palace of Electricity and Chateau d'Eau) - no title (excellent quality image)

The following are improved quality images to replace existing ones already recorded in the Grant postcard catalogue:
gc267 - Souvenir of the Greater Cork Exhibition, 1903 (Blarney Castle) (excellent quality image)
gc620 - Warwick Castle (excellent quality image)

 
 
29 June 2016 Grant postcards With the invaluable help and guidance of Mark Cottrill, the Stevengraph Collectors Association President, an almost complete catalogue of all the Grant Christmas cards has been created. Grant made Christmas cards for sale to the general public, although by far the majority were made for the Grant Family.
To increase appreciation of these cards, I have also produced a summary section of just the Christmas cards, and please take a look.
The following are the new titles, together with images, recorded for the first time in the Grant postcard catalogue:

Grant Family Christmas cards:

gc96-fcc - A Bright and Joyous Xmas - with woven 'George V & Mary' (as Grant 1910 Christmas card) (excellent quality image)
gc494-fcc - Burns Cottage - printed title: A bright and Joyous Xmas (as Grant Family 1911 Christmas Card) (excellent quality image)
gc576-fcc - Shakespeare's birthplace (as Grant 1930 Family Christmas Card) (excellent quality image)
gc657-fcc - Golly!! Don't I like chicken (as Grant Family 1923 Christmas Card) (excellent quality image)
gc716-fcc - A Plainman's Creed (as Grant Family 1928 Christmas card) (excellent quality image)
gc800-fcc - Comin' thro' the rye (as Grant Family 1923 Christmas Card) (excellent quality image)
gc801-fcc - Comin' thro' the rye (as Grant Family 1924 Christmas Card) (excellent quality image)
gc803-fcc - For When the One Great Scorer . . (as Grant Family 1925 Christmas card) (excellent quality image)
gc804-fcc - For When the One Great Scorer . . (as Grant Family 1925 Christmas card) (excellent quality image)
gc819-fcc - Keep On Keepin' On (as Grant Family 1926 Christmas card) (excellent quality image)
gc820-fcc - Killarney (as Grant Family 1913 Christmas Card) (excellent quality image)
gc821-fcc - Killarney (as Grant Family 1920 Christmas Card) (excellent quality image)
gc824-fcc - Lady Godiva (horseback statue) (as Grant Family 1929 Christmas card) (excellent quality image)
gc850-fcc - There's gladness in remembrance - Greetings With Best Wishes (as Grant Family 1903 Christmas card) (excellent quality image)
Christmas cards for sale to the general public:
gc548-cc - Lister Park, Bradford - printed title: All Joy be thine this Xmas Time (as 1904 Christmas Card) (good quality image)
gc576-cc - Shakespeare's birthplace (as 1903 Christmas Card) (excellent quality image)
 
  Stevens Bookmarks Mark Cottrill has also given me an image of the following title, which until now had not been recorded, so is a new addition to the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb77 - A birthday wish / (woodland scene) / Many happy returns of the day / ..This can tell (excellent quality image)

The title " May you have a happy Christmas and many of them [sb1404] " has been recorded since 2004. The image of that bookmark has a tree branch and leaves woven above and behind the image of the bird. A new find has an almost identical bookmark, except that this new bookmark does not have this tree branch and leaves. This is hence a new title to be added to the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb1406 - May you have a happy Christmas and many of them (bird with no branch behind, with roses) (excellent quality image)

The following is also a new title, together with image, not previously recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb2110 - The Rose (excellent quality image)

And the following are improved images to replace existing ones:
sb2024 - (stylised leaves) The lily (two verses) (excellent quality image)
sb2644 - With kind wishes / I send to thee (excellent quality image)

 
 
14 June 2016 Stevens Bookmarks Jim Layman, USA, has given me a very important image of the following bookmark. This is a new, previously unrecorded title to be added to the Stevens bookmark catalogue. None of the "American" bookmarks has the Stevens credit woven on the reverse, and hence cannot be properly attributed. Jim's bookmark though is still attached to the original stiff backing paper, which has the Stevens credit clearly printed, and the image is an important addition to this web site:
sb1858 - Souvenir of the Independence of America (crossed flags) (excellent quality image)

The following are also new titles, together with images, not previously recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb377 - Assassinated at Washington. 14 April, 1865 / The late lamented President Lincoln (excellent quality image)
sb2229 - (flowers with words: To a mother) / Dear Mother Let thy tender care (reasonable quality image)
sb2465 - Wishing you a happy birthday / Let hope, sweet hope . . . / (ribbon with: With Best Wishes) / . . . From year to year (excellent quality image)
sb2522 - With Best Wishes (narrow lengthways ribbon) (excellent quality image)

Georg Hartong, The Netherlands, has kindly given my the following excellent quality image to go with an existing title from the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb1988 - The homes of England / The free fair home of England (excellent quality image)

And the following are also new images to go with titles previously recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb852 - Greetings and best birthday wishes (excellent quality image)
sb1000 - Hospital Saturday Fund (excellent quality image)
sb1484 - New Year (robin & scroll reads 'A Happy New Year To You') / A Blithe and Joyous (excellent quality image)
sb1556 - Our choice for President and Vice President / Harrison & Protection (excellent quality image)
sb2156 - (ogive shape) The Ten Commandments / Thou shalt have none (good quality image)
sb2208 - To a dear one (excellent quality image)

The following are improved images to replace existing ones:
sb60 - A birthday token / Let this Pledge (excellent quality image)
sb70 - A birthday wish / (words on scroll: 'Happy may thy birthday be') / Many Happy Returns (excellent quality image)
sb284 - A tribute of affection / I will love thee fond and true (excellent quality image)
sb436 - Birthday gift / I Hail this day with (excellent quality image)
sb688 - Family worship / Cotters Saturday Night (excellent quality image)
sb1984 - The Gloucester life boat (words on scroll:- 'Fides Invicta Triumphat) (excellent quality image)
sb2252 - To my cousin (excellent quality image)
sb2308 - To my favorite (excellent quality image)
sb2360 - To one I love / Accept my heart (excellent quality image)
sb2632 - With kind wishes / Abide with me (excellent quality image)

And the following are additional images added to existing records so as to enhance the quality of information:
sb2040 - The Lord be merciful unto thee and bless thee (excellent quality image)

 
  Grant postcards The following are new titles, together with images, recorded for the first time in the Grant postcard catalogue:
gc273 - Souvenir of the Greater Cork Exhibition, 1903 (Greater Cork 1903 International Exhibition) (reasonable quality image)
gc590 - Swallow Falls, Bettwys-Coed - title printed on card (reasonable quality image)
gc700 - A Bright and Joyous Xmas - All Xmas Joys be thine (excellent quality image)
gc864 - With the Season's Greetings - With Best Wishes (excellent quality image)

The following are new images added for the first time to existing titles in the Grant postcard catalogue:
gc152 - Lord Kitchener of Khartoum, GCB. (excellent quality image)
gc340 - Greetings from India - The Taj Mahal (excellent quality image)

And the following images are improved quality images to replace ones already recorded on this site:
gc84 - H. M. Queen Mary (excellent quality image)
gc292 - Greetings from the Scottish National Exhibition, Edinburgh, 1908, for auld lang syne (excellent quality image)
gc352 - Greetings from Peshawar (wreath - Old Times) (excellent quality image)
gc464 - The Age of Steam (steam train) - no title (excellent quality image)
gc520 - High Level Bridge, Newcastle-on-Tyne (excellent quality image)
gc564 - Peel Castle, Isle of Man (excellent quality image)
gc572 - Sackville Street, Dublin (excellent quality image)

 
 
20 April 2016 Stevens Bookmarks The following are new titles, together with images, not previously recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb274 - A TOKEN of ESTEEM / May the blessing {title might be incorrect} (reasonable quality image)
sb338 - Abide with me / Abide with me: fast falls (excellent quality image)
sb2102 - The Queen Lords And Commons (excellent quality image)

And the following are of new images to go with titles previously recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb1504 - New Years Wish / May a three fold blessing (excellent quality image)
sb2120 - The Rt. Hon. Lord Leigh. President. Stoneleigh Abbey (excellent quality image)

The following are improved images to replace existing ones:
sb20 - 1837 Jubilee 1887 / Victoria DC / Queen of an Empire (excellent quality image)
sb192 - A Happy New Year / A New Year 'tis a pleasant time / . . .these rolling years (excellent quality image)
sb648 - Economy, Retrenchment, Reform, Rt. Hon. W.E. Gladstone, M.P. (excellent quality image)
sb1072 - I wish you a merry Christmastide (excellent quality image)
sb1265 - Many happy returns of the day / Another year is added (no highlighted words) (excellent quality image)
sb1636 - Remember me / As on this little gift you gaze (excellent quality image)
sb2204 - To a dear friend (excellent quality image)

And the following are additional images added to existing records so as to enhance the quality of information:
sb834 - God bless the Prince of Wales (words on scroll: Ich Dien) (excellent quality image)
sb2072 - The Lord will Provide (narrow lengthways ribbon) (excellent quality image)
sb2440 - Watch and pray (narrow lengthways ribbon) (excellent quality image)

 
  Grant postcards The following are new titles, together with quality images, recorded for the first time in the Grant postcard catalogue:
gc284-fb - Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, Shepherds Bush, London 1908 - Hands Across the Sea (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (black & white image)
gc285-fb - Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, Shepherds Bush, London 1908 - Held to celebrate the Entente Cordiale (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (excellent quality image)
gc450 - A Hunting We Will Go - title on silk (excellent quality image)
gc484-cc - Blarney Castle (as 1903 Christmas Card) (excellent quality image)
gc608-fb - The Rapids, Killarney (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (excellent quality image)
gc712-fb - A hand clasp from Erin / Where Irish hands (small shield, large hands) (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (excellent quality image)

The following are new images added for the first time to existing titles in the Grant postcard catalogue:
gc12-fb - H. M. Queen Alexandra (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (reasonable quality image)
gc108 - Gen. Baden Powell (reasonable quality image)
gc120 - Vice Admiral Lord Charles Beresford (excellent quality image)
gc460-fb - Motoring (vintage car with Daimler under starting handle) (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908 (excellent quality image))
gc538-fb - Kenilworth Castle (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (excellent quality image)
gc720-fb - Abide with me (music and words) (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (excellent quality image)
gc738-fb - Auld lang syne (with music and words) (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (excellent quality image)
gc828-fb - Lead kindly light (with music and verse) (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (excellent quality image)
gc840-fb - The Old Arm Chair (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (excellent quality image)

And the following images are improved quality images to replace ones already recorded on this site:
gc256 - Industrial Hall, Glasgow Exhibition, 1911 (excellent quality image)
gc576-fb - Shakespeare's birthplace (Souvenir of the Franco-British Exhibition, 1908) (excellent quality image)

 
 
29 March 2016 Stevens Bookmarks The following are new titles, together with images, not previously recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb322 - A Wish / O may we ever side by side (excellent quality image)
sb1635 - Remember me (reasonable quality image)
The Souvenir bookmark (sb1888) has been recorded on this site for a number of years. Along side this recorded image is a new one with a large gap between the upper flag and the title words:
sb1888 - (red, white & blue stripe / draped flag) / (large gap) / (Souvenir woven in The Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893 / (building) / U.S. Government Building / (flag & cannon) (excellent quality image)
In addition to this large gap variation, there is also a second bookmark with identical design to the body of the previously recorded Souvenir bookmark (sb1888), but this new one has a red, white & blue rope effect at the top, instead of the usual stripes:
sb1890 - (red, white & blue rope / draped flag) / Souvenir woven in The Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893 / (building) / U.S. Government Building / (flag & cannon) (excellent quality image)

And the following are of new images to go with titles previously recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb408 - Be kind one to another (excellent quality image)
sb512 - Charity Thinketh no evil (reasonable quality image)
sb560 - Contentment is riches (narrow lengthways ribbon) (excellent quality image)
sb832 - God Be With You (lengthways, pointed at both ends) (excellent quality image)
sb1760 - St Thomas' Coventry Jubilee Day June 16th 1898 (excellent quality image)

Georg Hartong has very kindly given me the following excellent quality images to go with titles already recorded in the Stevens bookmark catalogue:
sb1020 - I believe in God the Father (with inverted heart at top) (excellent quality image)
sb2612 - (scroll reads: 'With its modest veil says truth in love will e'er prevail') (excellent quality image)

The following are improved images to replace existing ones:
sb96 - A blessing / At dawn of morn and close of day (excellent quality image)
sb300 - A wish / I will not wish thee grandeur (excellent quality image)
sb972 - (leaves and formal country house) / Home sweet home (words and music) (excellent quality image)
sb987 - (flowers) / Home sweet home / (cottage, trees & pond in middle of ribbon - no music) / (3 pointed device at pointed end) (excellent quality image)
sb988 - (words on scroll:-) Honour thy father and thy mother (excellent quality image)
sb1372 - May the giver and receiver meet in heaven / Faith grasped the cross and cried (excellent quality image)
sb1432 - Mizpah (design of fuchsias) / The Lord watch (excellent quality image)
sb1772 - Seventh National Convention Liverpool '97 (excellent quality image)
sb2376 - To one I love / My (woven hand) and (woven heart) (excellent quality image)

And the following are additional images added to existing records so as to enhance the quality of information:
sb612 - Dr. Guthrie (excellent quality image)
sb1408 - May you have a happy Christmas and many of them (flowers) (excellent quality image)
sb1436 - Mizpah (design of convolvulus) / The Lord watch (excellent quality image)

 
 


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