This nearly 3 km long bridge, also known as the Havelock Bridge, was opened to traffic in 1900. It has since been decommissioned and is apparently awaiting funding to be turned into a pedestrian bridge.
Among the Paul Gerhardt postcards published by The Ravi Varma Press, this seems to be one of the rarer ones. Postally used in Glasgow, Scotland on Nov.
One of America's most recognized international brands around the turn of the century, this was one of 33 postcards advertising the tobacco firm's product.
A very early postcard most likely drawn by lithographer Paul Gerhardt and printed at The Ravi Varma Press, although this is not certain and is based on its similarity to other signed Gerhardt postcards in its use of leaves and trees and background.
A lithographic portrait, which by this time had become a lesser used printing process for postcards.
A beautifully colored lithographic postcard, with two stamps carefully positioned on the front and postmarked 26th November 1919.