Love this! Is it available for purchase?
I'm not quite sure what you mean. If you are referring to the pictures I have posted above then you are welcome to download them and get prints if you like. If you were intending to publish them or reproduce them on another Website all I would request is that you acknowledge where you found them.
Old postcards are a wonderful resource for viewing people and places in times gone bye. Many of the pictures are of sufficient quality to allow you to scan and zoom right in and see all sorts of little details hardly visible while looking at the original card. I understand that old postcards and photographs go out of copyright after 70 years so are ideal for publishing on history Websites.
My interest started while creating a website for Oswestry History
and then when I began organizing my grandmother’s family history I collected Burnham-on-Crouch postcards
. That was where the Veitch family lived before they all moved to Aldbourne around 1912.
Generally I have found Aldbourne postcards to fetch relatively high prices so have been limited in my collecting. Aldbourne was the most important place for my family history throughout the 1st half of the 20thC and when I have sufficient cards I would like to dedicate web pages to Aldbourne like the ones above. I am very keen to make these old images freely available on the Internet.
Regards - Paul