Postcards in Category Song

Card Title Ref Prefix Num In Set Set Title Set Comment O
Est Pics
GOD SAVE THE KING, GOD SAVE OUR GRACIOUS KING//KING national anthem Yes T 1461 British Royalty, THE CORONATION, prefix T set REAL PHOTOGRAPH, listed in 1912 & 1914 Postcard Catalogues V 6.00 2
TO WISH YOU A HAPPY CHRISTMAS man with scythe looking at woman in field of rye Yes 1656 CHRISTMAS ILLUSTRATED SONGS "COMIN THRO' THE RYE" H 4.00 2
TO WISH YOU A HAPPY CHRISTMAS man with scythe looking left in field of rye, woman facing man, two men left Yes 1656 CHRISTMAS ILLUSTRATED SONGS "COMIN THRO' THE RYE" H 4.00 2
WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHRISTMAS man holds wrist of woman in field of rye Yes 1656 CHRISTMAS ILLUSTRATED SONGS "COMIN THRO' THE RYE" H 4.00 2
STATUE OF BURNS' HIGHLAND MARY Yes DN 9 DUNOON, REAL PHOTOGRAPH REAL PHOTOGRAPH, PRINTED IN ENGLAND H 10.00 2
OH! SHE'S A FRESH AND FAIR LAND, SHE IS A DEAR AND RARE LAND-THIS NATIVE LAND OF MINE' spirit with flag & SHAMROCKS Yes 177 ERIN GO BRAGH St.Patrick's day embossed, PRINTED IN SAXONY, many very similar images in 157 H 8.00 2
WEARING OF THE GREEN OH, PAD-DY DEAR DID YOU HEAR THE SONG GOING ROUND couple dance, shamrocks Yes 177 ERIN GO BRAGH St.Patrick's day embossed, PRINTED IN SAXONY, many very similar images in 157 H 8.00 2
blue campanulas, straw & blue bow, stalks to upper right Yes 9609 FOR AULD LANG SYNE (w/ many Christmas & New Year opts) OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND with or w/o COPYRIGHT LONDON, listed in 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 &1930 POSTCARD Catalogues, listed in TUCK'S TRAVELOGUES (USA?1905) H 3.00 5
blue campanulas, tartan bow with gemstone, stalks left Yes 9609 FOR AULD LANG SYNE (w/ many Christmas & New Year opts) OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND with or w/o COPYRIGHT LONDON, listed in 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 &1930 POSTCARD Catalogues, listed in TUCK'S TRAVELOGUES (USA?1905) H 3.00 4
FOR AULD LANG SYNE blue campanulas, gemstone on red tartan bow Yes 9609 FOR AULD LANG SYNE (w/ many Christmas & New Year opts) OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND with or w/o COPYRIGHT LONDON, listed in 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 &1930 POSTCARD Catalogues, listed in TUCK'S TRAVELOGUES (USA?1905) V 6.00 7
FOR AULD LANG SYNE thistles in flower, no gemstone on tartan bow, stalks centre left Yes 9609 FOR AULD LANG SYNE (w/ many Christmas & New Year opts) OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND with or w/o COPYRIGHT LONDON, listed in 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 &1930 POSTCARD Catalogues, listed in TUCK'S TRAVELOGUES (USA?1905) V 3.00 7
SHOULD AULD ACQUAINTANCE BE FORGOT-thistles in flower, gemstone on bow,stalks to right Yes 9609 FOR AULD LANG SYNE (w/ many Christmas & New Year opts) OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND with or w/o COPYRIGHT LONDON, listed in 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 &1930 POSTCARD Catalogues, listed in TUCK'S TRAVELOGUES (USA?1905) V 3.00 6
thistles in flower,stalks to left, red tartan bow, no gemstone Yes 9609 FOR AULD LANG SYNE (w/ many Christmas & New Year opts) OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND with or w/o COPYRIGHT LONDON, listed in 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 &1930 POSTCARD Catalogues, listed in TUCK'S TRAVELOGUES (USA?1905) V 3.00 6
SHIP'S CARPENTERS Yes 9117 HEARTS OF OAK SERIES IV OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND, listed in 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 Postcard Catalogues H 8.00 4
HEARTS OF OAK ARE OUR SHIPS, JOLLY TARS ARE OUR MEN//WE'LL CONQUER AGAIN AND AGAIN Yes 5215 ILLUSTRATED SONGS REAL PHOTOGRAPH H 5.00 2
THE BONNIE BONNIE BANKS OF LOCH LOMOND. BY YON BONNIE BRAES//BANKS OF LOCH LOMOND Yes 5217 ILLUSTRATED SONGS REAL PHOTOGRAPH H 5.00 2
THE BONNIE BONNIE BANKS OF LOCH LOMOND, verse Yes 6836 ILLUSTRATED SONGS RAPHOLETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND, shades of grey/green or sepia H 8.00 2
"AULD LANG SYNE.", "WE TWA HAE PAIDL'T I' THE BURN." Yes 1631 ILLUSTRATED SONGS, ART with Christmas opts. ART, seasonal opts. in blue, same images & card titles ILLUSTRATED SONGS (Series I.) 1152 V 4.00 2
"COMIN' THRO' THE RYE." Yes 1631 ILLUSTRATED SONGS, ART with Christmas opts. ART, seasonal opts. in blue, same images & card titles ILLUSTRATED SONGS (Series I.) 1152 V 4.00 2
"DARBY AND JOAN.", "DARBY DEAR, WE ARE OLD AND GREY." Yes 1631 ILLUSTRATED SONGS, ART with Christmas opts. ART, seasonal opts. in blue, same images & card titles ILLUSTRATED SONGS (Series I.) 1152 H 4.00 2
HIGHLAND HEATHER rural inset Yes A 77 ILLUSTRATED SONGS, prefix A set REAL PHOTOGRAPH, come hand-coloured, listed in 1908/1909 catalogue H 8.00 2
"THE BONNIE BANKS O' LOCH LOMOND" sheep Yes A 79 ILLUSTRATED SONGS, prefix A set REAL PHOTOGRAPH, come hand-coloured, listed in 1908/1909 catalogue H 8.00 2
four people picnic at lakeside, no fire "NO PLACE ELSE CAN CHARM THE EYE WITH SUCH BRIGHT AND VARIED TINTS; EV'RY ROCK THAT YOU PASS BY, VERDURE BROLDERS OR BESPRINTS" Yes 1158 ILLUSTRATED SONGS (series ii, not on cards) "'KILLARNEY" longer verses OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND, same images in 1158 with shorter verses H 4.00 5
three angels by stream "VIRGIN THERE THE GREEN GRASS GROWS, EV'RY MORN SPRINGS NATAL DAY; BRIGHT HUED BERRIES DAFF THE SNOW//HEAVEN'S REFLEX, KILLARNEY Yes 1158 ILLUSTRATED SONGS (series ii, not on cards) "'KILLARNEY" longer verses OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND, same images in 1158 with shorter verses H 4.00 2
winter lakeside scene, woman carries wood, two boys play "VIRGIN THERE THE GREEN GRASS GROWS, EV'RY MORN SPRING'S NATAL DAY; BRIGHT HUED BERRIES DAFF THE SNOWS, SMILING WINTER'S FROWN AWAY Yes 1158 ILLUSTRATED SONGS (series ii, not on cards) "'KILLARNEY" longer verses OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND, same images in 1158 with shorter verses H 4.00 2
winter lakeside scene, woman carries wood, two boys play "BRIGHT HUED BERRIES DAFF THE SNOWS, SMILING WINTER'S FROWN AWAY" Yes 1158 ILLUSTRATED SONGS (series ii, not on cards) "KILLARNEY" short verses 9 backs, u/b or d/b, ART, OILETTE comes with & w/o DESIGNED AND PRINTED IN ENGLAND, or PRINTED IN ENGLAND, comes w/o trade name, come opt. in blue GREETING! FROM LAKE HOTEL KILLARNEY, come with longer verses 1158, listed in 1904 & 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 Postcard Catalogues H 2.00 12
"MY HEART'S IN THE HIGHLANDS" girl sitting on heather covered slope, rocks behind Yes 1160 ILLUSTRATED SONGS (series iv, not on cards or packet) 3 backs, OILETTE, DESIGNED AND PRINTED IN ENGLAND or PRINTED IN ENGLAND, listed in 1904 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 Postcard Catalogues V 4.00 5
"I DREAMT THAT I DWELT IN MARBLE HALLS." tramp Yes 1362 ILLUSTRATED SONGS (Series V.) OILETTE, DESIGNED AND PRINTED IN ENGLAND or PRINTED IN ENGLAND or not, listed in 1904 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 Postcard Catalogues V GRAHAM HYDE 12.00 3
"AULD LANG SYNE" "AND HERE'S A HAND MY TRUSTY FRIEND, AND GIE'S A HAND O' THINE"' two elderly men reminice Yes 1159 ILLUSTRATED SONGS (set iii, not on most cards) 4 backs, recorded as u/b ART but we have never seen one, OILETTE comes with & w/o DESIGNED AND PRINTED IN ENGLAND, or PRINTED IN ENGLAND, comes w/o trade name, listed in 1904 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 Postcard Catalogues V 4.00 5
AULD LANG SYNE. WE TWA HAE PAIDL'T I' THE BURN. Yes 152 ILLUSTRATED SONGS tuck number error for 1152 OILETTE V 8.00 2
"THE HARP THAT ONCE THRO' TARA'S HALLS", T. MOORE Yes 6244 IRISH SONGS, SERIES II. OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND, 2 backs V HAMISH (J.A. Duncan) 5.00 4
"HEARTS OF OAK ARE OUR SHIPS." Yes 2220 Marine Studies, STEREOSCOPIC shades of deep purple, SILVERETTE STEREOSCOPIC, PHOTOTYPED IN BERLIN, listed in 1904 POSTCARD Catalogue H 8.00 2
I NEVER SAW A FAIRER, I NEVER LO'ED A DEARER, AND NEIST MY HEART I'LL WEAR HER Yes 9554 OLD HIGHLAND LADDIES, SERIES II. OILETTE, PRINTED IN ENGLAND, listed in 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 & 1913/1914 Postcard Catalogues V HAMISH (J. A. Duncan) 10.00 2
"THOUGH THE RAIN IS ON THE RIVER" couple under umbrellas on river bank in rain contemplate hesitate to go out in a row boat Yes 6402 POPULAR SONGS. ILLUSTRATED OILETTE, with or w/o PRINTED IN ENGLAND, listed in 1904 & 1908/1909 POSTCARD Catalogue H L.THACKERAY 15.00 3
HIGHLAND HEATHER Yes 5572 SCOTTISH SONGS GLOSSO listed in 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 Postcard Catalogue H 5.00 4
"THE BONNIE BANKS O' LOCH LOMOND" Yes 5572 SCOTTISH SONGS GLOSSO listed in 1908/1909 & 1911/1912 Postcard Catalogue H 5.00 2
THE HARP THAT ONCE THROUGH TARA'S HALL, THE SOUL OF MUSIC SHED' golden harp Yes 184 ST. PATRICK'S DAY embossed, PRINTED IN SAXONY V 12.00 2
"ST. PATRICK WAS A GENTLEMAN." boy stands on chair, singing, holding book Yes R 1311 ST. PATRICK'S DAY Clapsaddle CHROMOGRAPHED IN BERLIN, embossed, these images sold in U.S.A., same OILETTE CONNOISSEUR images & titles sold in U.K.,1911/1912 Postcard Catalogue V E.H. Clapsaddle (unsigned) 8.00 2
THE HARP THAT ONCE THROUGH TARA'S HALLS THE SOUL OF MUSIC SHED' girl in blue with harp, castle ruin Yes 172 St. Patrick's day, SHAMROCK SERIES gilt, embossed, PRINTED IN SAXONY H 8.00 2
THE MINSTREL BOY TO THE WAR IS GONE, IN THE RANKS OF DEATH YOU'LL FIND HIM; HIS FATHER'S SWORD HE HAS GIRDED ON//BEHIND HIM' youth in armor, castle Yes 172 St. Patrick's day, SHAMROCK SERIES gilt, embossed, PRINTED IN SAXONY H 8.00 2
THE HARP THAT ONCE THROUGH TARA'S HALL, THE SOUL OF MUSIC SHED harp & castle Yes 157 St.Patrick's day, THE EMERALD ISLE gilt embossed, PRINTED IN SAXONY, narrow gilt borders, many very similar images in 177 H 8.00 2
WEARING OF THE GREEN, OH, PAD-DY DEAR AND DID YOU HEAR THE GO-ING ROUND couple dance to the pipe Yes 157 St.Patrick's day, THE EMERALD ISLE gilt embossed, PRINTED IN SAXONY, narrow gilt borders, many very similar images in 177 H 8.00 2
AND SURELY YE'LL BE YOUR PINT-STOUP, AND SURELY I'LL BE MINE; AND WE'LL TAKE A CUP OF KINDNESS YET FOR AULD LANG SYNE Yes 116 TO THE LASSIES OF SCOTLAND VALENTINE, PRINTED IN SAXONY V CHAPMAN (boxed C) 15.00 2
SERIES A, VOCAL, NO. 1. "AULD LANG SYNE." Yes 01 matrix P12X TUCK'S GRAMOPHONE RECORD POSTCARDS THEY PLAY, SING AND TALK, SERIES A (i.n. blue on back No.1-4) see packet images, each packet contained card giving information about POSTCARDS, each card overprinted on back in blue (3 styles) TUCK'S GRAMOPHONE RECORD POSTCARD with SERIES A, NO. & record title, PROCESS PATENTED left margin & PATENT APPLIED FOR PLAY THIS ON YOUR GRAMOPHONE on bottom of card, 1 1/2d. STAMP TO BE AFFIXED HERE beneath stamp box, cards to which the record was attached are usually taken at random. Cards are collected in the packets in which they were sold, estimate 30 dollars a packet of 4 cards. H 5.00 8