Tag: Raphael Tuck & Sons

  • Welcome to Tuck’s Famous Old Gardens

    Welcome to Tuck’s Famous Old Gardens

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    The question of who created the English Garden, whether it was Mother Nature or William Kent, usually brings a smile. We can’t answer the question here at Postcard History, but we can show you some of the best examples of old gardens on Tuck postcards.

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Past Article

Kaya Fellcheck

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A collector arrives a day early for the Old Dominion Postcard Show. So she browses the local used bookstore and comes across a coverless and battered copy of Alfred Tennyson’s Locksley Hall, for which she pays $2 plus tax. She reads it through and, next day at the show, finds the perfect postcard to illustrate it. All true.

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