A little known aspect of the postcard "revolution" was the secret language of conveying messages by positioning stamps in select ways; this postcard served as a Rosetta stone for sender and receiver alike.
Postmarked Oct. 7, 1908, Birmingham and sent to Miss Jeffreys, 1, Northfield End, Henley-on-Thames [UK]: "Monday. Dear Auntie, Have you been to the Exhibition yet we have and it is Grand.
The British Empire Exhibition in 1924 at Wembley, North London was held to commemorate Empire trade; Charles E. Flower was one of Tuck's most prominent postcard artists.
[Original caption] The Burmese Pavilion constructed of teak carved by the best