The Clinker shirt; unknown; 28-12-1908; BMHC_12691
The Clinker shirtAbout this object
Black and white cartoon drawing used as an advertisement for Clinker shirts. Depiction of a tramp who is saying "I must have that" as he looks at a shirt hanging on a washing line. An advertising sign is posted on the fence with the words 'Royal Letters Patent The Clinker Shirt'. Postally usedMaker
paper, printer's inksInscription and Marks
Reverse : "My dear Jessie I hope you received the parcel safely. I expect a letter or pc [postcard] from you today. I spent yesterday with Mrs Murray & Mr M drove me home in the morning. love to Granny & Aunty & your dear self from Mother"
Addressed to Miss Jessie Gibson, c/- Mrs Edgcumbe, Hadspen
Post marked Ilfracombe, 1d red Mt Wellington postage stamp
88mm (w) x 132 mm (h)Subject and Association Keywords
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