Card Title or Subject Premier Diamond Mine, Transvaal - Oak Avenue.
Card Type Real Photograph
Reverse Details Divided back. Legend along top reads Tuck's Post Card. By Appointment. Printed in Saxony. Legends along left edge read PREMIER DIAMOND MINE, TRANSVAAL. "Photographic Glosso" Postcard. Raphael Tuck & Sons. ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING & QUEEN.
Publishers Details &/or note Raphael Tuck & Sons. Trade mark in stamp box.
Postal Usage Date (if known) Post marked Premier Mine and written on 17th September 1913 and sent to a Miss Courtice of Fulham in London, United Kingdom. Sent by her brother George who lived in Cullinan.
Notes & Additional Information The message on the reverse reads;

Dear Ruby - The building on left is the Post Office. the next marked X is the Bank. the next marked 1 is the chemist and miss ??? is one and the last one is the butchers. the store is opposite the butchers. We live about five minutes walk from back of butchers. note the doctors car on right, we have any amount of motorbikes on the mine and a few motor cars. - Best wishes from George. 

A view (c.1985) of the same buildings looking in the other direction up Oak Avenue from just below the Premier Mine Co-Operative Stores (see PC182). Using the same marks as in George Courtice's postcard we can see The Netherlands Bank (see PC134) - X, then the chemist - 1 and finally the old butchers shop.


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