Stonehenge Postcard Gallery


This Gallery is dedicated to the study of Stonehenge Postcards and is associated with the Stonehenge Collectables gallery. Stonehenge Collectors universally recognize the image of Stonehenge as collectable no matter what the media.

In an attempt to stimulate contact with others on this subject, I have created StonehengeGuy on Twitter.com

 Stonehenge Postcard Gallery-1.5.10 

The history and mystery of Stonehenge has contributed to many collectibles being produced, Due to the enormity of my Stonehenge postcard collection, this gallery was split off from http://www.stonehengecollectables.com/gallery

With few exceptions all items featured are from my personal collection and were for the most part acquired on ebay over a period of several years.

Bob Bradlee aka PostcardBob your host.

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Highlight for album: Stonehenge-2005
Stonehenge-2005
Man Jumping at Stonehenge
A tribute to Manís desire to fly.
Photos by: Peter Sorensen - Solstice 2005

Last changed on Jul 28, 2011. This album contains 7 items.
This album has been viewed 5385 times since Feb 08, 2006.
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Highlight for album: Birth of a Collection
Birth of a Collection
This collection began with the discovery of two Aviation over Stonehenge postcards at a local postcard show. This Stonehenge Aviation Collection grew from that simple seed.

Last changed on Jul 28, 2011. This album contains 23 items.
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Highlight for album: Stonehenge Postcard Library.
Stonehenge Postcard Library.
This is the primary repository of information regarding Stonehenge postcards.
Please, stop back often, the images and commentary evolve continually.

Last changed on Nov 12, 2010. This album contains 513 items.
This album has been viewed 3708 times since Feb 08, 2006.
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Highlight for album: Messages from Stonehenge
Messages from Stonehenge
The primary purpose of a postcard is to convey a message, from the sender to the desired recipient for a reduced postage rate. Some would find it interesting to know that very few cards show up at auction, franked, or as we say here in America, postmarked. People tend to save postcards, commemorating their own adventures and not necessarily those mailed to them by others.

Last changed on Mar 18, 2005. This album contains 45 items.
This album has been viewed 3556 times since Nov 13, 2004.

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