Postcards are great ways to see three key areas of a location or company.
1. The Memory: This is a vital part as this tells you the current feeling of the location, in this case, Butlins. This helps us know more about this era of Butlins and it shows you how much has changed over the years that Butlins has been in the United Kingdom.
2. The Stamp: There are times when members ask about this as this also shows how the currency worked during this time of Butlins.
3. The Photo: These postcards show you an era of Butlins that is frozen in time, allowing us all to see a time that is no more. This is a very important moment as these photos can show you a location that is no more and how it all looked to what you see today.
The postcards are my property and I own each one but the photos are a credit to the publishers. To say thank you and to be respectful to these publishers, I had placed their names under each one with the year (if one) and a reference number. Not only does this help you collect Butlins postcards but it acknowledges the hard work that these companies have done to give us the chance to see a Butlins in another time.
Postcards are memories are frozen in time, a memory to last for a very long time for us all to enjoy
"The watermark "Scanned from Mark Banks Collections": I have done this on each postcard to protect them from those who feel the need to copy them and sell them as a "genuine photo". I have tried to place the watermark in places that do not impose on the photo too much. If you are unhappy with this, I would kindly ask you to not look at them as this is a rule that I must keep to. I am sorry you feel the need to be upset about this but it's respectful to the companies and the correct thing to do. "
There is strictly no reproduction or copies sold by me or this website, so please do not ask, you can see more at this link
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