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Old picture postcards of Jamaica for sale.  Post and packing is extra but does not increase however many items are ordered.  Inland £1, Europe £1.50 and Overseas £2


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J.W. CLEARY No. 59, Roman Catholic Church, Jamaica.
J.W. CLEARY No. 59, Roman Catholic Church, Jamaica.

Old Jamaica postcard, circa 1907, fine unused.
Earthquake damage
£6.00


J.W. CLEARY No. 75. King Street after quake, Jamaica.
J.W. CLEARY No. 75. King Street after quake, Jamaica.

Old Jamaica postcard, circa 1907, fine unused.
Earthquake damage
£7.00


ANON 1. Jamaica
ANON 1. Jamaica

Old Jamaica real photo postcard, circa 1930, fine unused.
View from sea of Kingston harbour
£6.00


ANON The Club, Mandeville, Jamaica.
ANON The Club, Mandeville, Jamaica.

Old Jamaica real photo postcard used in England in 1925. Fine.
£8.00


H.S. DUPERLY Parish Church, Kingston, Jamaica.
H.S. DUPERLY Parish Church, Kingston, Jamaica.
H.S. DUPERLY Parish Church, Kingston, Jamaica.

Old Jamaican postcard used in 1911 to England with 1d Arms tied by Kingston cds.
£5.00


A. DUPERLY & SONS No 36 Duke Street, showing Harbour
A. DUPERLY & SONS No 36 Duke Street, showing Harbour

Old Jamaican postcard circa 1905, fine unused.
£4.00


A. DUPERLY & SONS No 66 King Str., Kingston
A. DUPERLY & SONS No 66 King Str., Kingston

Old Jamaican postcard circa 1905, fine unused.
£8.00


A. DUPERLY & SONS No 66 King Str., Kingston
A. DUPERLY & SONS No 66 King Str., Kingston

Old Jamaican postcard used on 22 Jan, 1907 but stamp removed.
Message reads: At half past three o'clock on Tuesday the 15th inst we had a terrible earthquake shock. Kingston has been entirely destroyed, hundreds of lives lost. All Jam. in mourning for their d. Ones who are saved are homeless.
£15.00


H.S. DUPERLY Lucie (Hanover). Jamaica.
H.S. DUPERLY Lucie (Hanover). Jamaica.

Jamaican postcard, circa 1910, fine unused.
£6.00


NATHAN & CO LTD Office of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., Jamaica
NATHAN & CO LTD Office of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., Jamaica

Old Jamaica postcard, circa 1906, fine unused.
£6.00


ANON Post Office destroyed on the 14th January 1907 by the Earthquake
ANON Post Office destroyed on the 14th January 1907 by the Earthquake

Old Jamaica postcard, unused, lightly toned.
£8.00


ANON City of Kingston destroyed on the 14th January 1907 by the Earthquake
ANON City of Kingston destroyed on the 14th January 1907 by the Earthquake

Old Jamaica postcard, with plain back, unused, with written description of the view.
£6.00


A. DUPERLY & SONS No. 45 Constant Spring Hotel
A. DUPERLY & SONS No. 45 Constant Spring Hotel

Old Jamaica postcard, used in 1910 but stamp removed.
£3.00


J.W. CLEARY No. 53 Harbour & King Street, Jamaica.
J.W. CLEARY No. 53 Harbour & King Street, Jamaica.

Old Jamaica postcard, circa 1907, fine unused.
Earthquake damage
£12.00


J.W. CLEARY No. 54 Gordon Hall, Jamaica.
J.W. CLEARY No. 54 Gordon Hall, Jamaica.

Old Jamaica postcard, used in England in 1908, corner crease and small tear at top.
Earthquake damage
£2.00


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