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ANON The Market Taxco, Mexico.
ANON The Market Taxco, Mexico.

Old Mexican real photo postcard, circa 1920, fine unused.
Text on back, ' To the left Berta Estradas Cantina famous for Hababero con limon & Tequilla con limon at 9c (30 centavos) each.

GALAS Mexico. - Mexican Tourist Board.
GALAS Mexico. - Mexican Tourist Board.

Old poster type Mexico postcard with Art Deco design. Circa 1930. Fine unused.

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HEATH John M. The British Postal Agencies in Mexico City, Vera Crus and Tampico, 1825-1876 and the use of British Postage stamps in Mexico. Robson Lowe 1980 (circa) 21pp. 1st ed., mostly clean in slightly creased card covers.

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STON L. Ruins of Uxmal - the Governor's Palace. From The Universal Geography. J.S. Virtue & Co., London 1890 (circa) Woodcut. 7.5 x 5.5"

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1938 Mexico Veracruz Paquebot h/s on postcard to England. (Hoskings 2629). View of Cunard White Star Laconia. Small corner crease. Very scarce. Ex Hoskings.

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LESTER H.Lenton High lights in the West Indies and Mexico. Privately printed 1937 61pp + 11 photo plates. 1st ed. printed on hand made paper, with signature of author on last page, fine in original cloth. The author describes a cruise from England visiting Madeira, Barbados, Curacao, Panama, Mexico, Miami, Bermuda and the Azores. Very scarce.

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FRANCK H.A. Tramping through Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras. Being the random notes of an incurable vagabond. Century Co., New York 1917 378pp + plates. 2nd ed., fine in slightly loose pictorial boards. Interesting description of the author's journey across Central America.

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