This small photograph was bought with a handful of others from a car boot sale at Worfield (near Bridgnorth, Shropshire), the photos all show different members of the family in the same garden.
This one Measures 2.25 x 3.25″ and has no message on the reverse.
The young lady has a beautiful face and the dog has managed to stayed still in a rather awkward position.
This small photograph (4×3″) was bought from a kind gentleman at a car boot sale recently who saves old images for me.
Although much of the image is out of focus, it has a few tears/stains and has seen better days I couldn’t resist it. I also thought it might end up in the bin if I didn’t save it!
The message on the back doesn’t make much sense and looks as though a child has written it (perhaps the girl in the photo?).
It reads Sally as girl me this one (plus a final word I can’t decipher!).
p.s. Can you see the third person in the photograph?
Handwriting on the reverse.
This photograph was found at Kinver Antiques Fair in Staffordshire a few months ago.
The image measures 6.5 x 4.75″ & the reverse reads Smethwick Street Party 1953.
This was the year of the Queen’s Coronation and everyone has come out to celebrate the event.
Group images like this one are my favourites as there are so many people and details to look at: the flags moving in the wind, the hats, homes and clothing.