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Do people still send postcards these days…?

Never mind me…

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Reproduced from an original Edwardian postcard / Published by Beamish Museum / Printed by Larkfield Printing Co. Ltd.

Postmarked 18th April 2015, from Ann and Co, visiting Beamish

The second postcard from Ann from Beamish, the fantastic open-air museum in Northumberland (you can see the previous one here). This is a reproduction of a Syllikuss comic postcard from the early 1900s. I don’t know anything about Syllikuss but he was a prolific postcard artist… any comments and info gratefully received in the comments section.

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2 comments on “Never mind me…

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  2. Chris Reynolds
    January 4, 2017

    Syllikuss cards are very distinctive in style and it is interesting that another equally mysterious PC artist Karaktus was putting out similar images circa 1908/9 (see link to relevant page of my web site) for a different publisher. The general art style is similar, the humour is similar, and both did cards relating to current popular tunes.

    I am wondering if Karaktus and Syllicuss were two different pseudonyms for the same artist. What do others think?

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