Watercolour of Iffley Mill
Copy of watercolour of Mill buildings on right, water gates in the centre and river in foreground. Trees in background, title in black bottom right edge. Half penny stamp and postmark on back. Message to Miss Bayliss in Worcester from Alice. Postmarked Bromsgrove.
Postcard of a watercolour of Streatley Mill, printed by C W Faulkner & Co.
Copy of watercolour view of Mill with riverbank and towpath on the left, river on the right running into tiled roof Mill. Fence running alongside towpath. Half penny stamp and postmark on the reverse. Title in black, bottom right corner. Message - Christmas wish to Miss Hemsley in Woodferd, Essex. Series no. 521A. Postmarked 24th December 1906.
'Old Watermills. Goring on Thames' - Colour postcard of the River Thames at Goring, including the watermill. Printed by Raphael Tuck & Sons.
Message on reverse to Miss Cooper in Germany, postmarked London, January 29th 1909.
Watercolour postcard of Teddington Lock.
Postcard of watercolour showing boats moored alongside lock with boathouse and lock keepers house in background surrounded by trees. Title in black, bottom right corner.
Watercolour of St John's Lock, Lechlade, Thames.
Copy of watercolour showing river and lock gates closed with lock keepers house on right bank and church in distance. Lock Keeper operating gates on left. Title in black along bottom right. Blank on reverse - no message. Series no. 5153F
Watercolour of Iffley Mill from the Lock.
Copy of watercolour picture of view into Mill on left, river on right banked with trees and man in boat moored on right. Half penny stamp and postmark on reverse. Message to Miss King in Staines.
'Clifton Hampden Church' - Colour postcard of the River Thames at Clifton Hampden. Up The River Series 3, no. 6422. Printed by Raphael Tuck & Sons.
Message on reverse to Mr B Smallbone in London, no postmark.
'Picturesque Berkshire, The Thames at Abingdon' - Colour postcard of the River Thames at Abingdon. Picturesque Counties - Berkshire series I, no. 7211. Printed by Raphael Tuck & Sons.
Message on reverse to Mr John Farmer in Warwick, postmarked Holloway, 28th April 1919.