Sunday, 13 November 2011

Added Value: Things found in books part fifteen


Today's find is this great old postcard;

The caption reads - hello, old man, any trouble?

Undated but probably 1930s?

Message reads; I thought of you last Sunday I went for a lovely sharp walk like you and I used to enjoy. It was dry and frosty but not too biting, the roads were fine. Elsie.


The Godstone and the Blackymore is now sold, thank you for your interest.

How about you? What do you use as a bookmark? Have you ever found a lost bookmark?

4 comments:

  1. Aww, this one is sweet. Cute pic too. It was a great use for a postcard. I do love what you find.

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  2. Aw cute.
    Love your blog, new follower here.

    I always lose my bookmarks so end up using anything on paper that is close to hand!
    :-/

    TToria
    xo
    http://ttoria.blogspot.com

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  3. barbaraannefisher15 November 2011 at 22:12

    Thank you Donna, I think you and I like the same things.

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  4. barbaraannefisher16 November 2011 at 09:10

    That's how so many nice/strange/unusual things turn up in second-hand books. I try to use a ‘proper’ bookmark but more often than not it’s just something that is at hand.
    Thanks for calling in.

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