Glory of Pre Independence Postcards of India (9): Printed Address of Sender

\"postcard\"By Sudhir Jain.

After Independence, it is very common to print address of the sender on the Postcard or Envelope at the left side. But before Independence it was occasionally seen. Here I am exhibiting some postcards of Pre Independence period in which sender’s address is printed on the left side.\"postcard

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7 Responses to Glory of Pre Independence Postcards of India (9): Printed Address of Sender

  1. R.K.MISHRA says:

    Old is gold.Nice Postcards (EAST INDIA & PRE INDEPENDENCE) of business houses duly printed with address of the senders.Cancellation seems to be of 1831 to 1833 mostly addressed to Katni.

  2. Rajendra Agrawal says:

    Very interesting. Postcards exhibited are superb. I think some of them overprinted with State names also. How one can find these type of items on exchange / reasonable rates?

  3. prakash bubkiya says:

    UNIQUE & COLLECTABLE ITEM ,I HAVE NO OF POSTCARDS PTD

    MAY READY TO EXCHANGE ,LOVELY IDEA GIVEN ON

    PHILAMIRROR ,

  4. Sudhir Jain says:

    Dear Bubkiya ji,
    I am comming to Pune on 30th Aught 2013 to attend Jainism Philately exhibition and JPG meeting. Hope we will meet and see your collection and explore possibilities of exchange.

  5. Sudhir Jain says:

    Dea Shri Mishra,
    Thanks for your comments. These postcards are of the years 1927, 1932, 1934, 1937 etc., not of year 1831 / 1833.
    First postcard is bearing date cancellation of GOLDEN TEMPLE POST OFFICE , AMRITSAR” dated 20 Nov. 1927.

  6. R.K.MISHRA says:

    DearSudhier Jain,
    thanks for correcting me.

  7. jatin says:

    i realy got quite interesting knowledge from your website

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