POSTCARDS FOR SALE
is NOT an auction website.
Over 10 years in development… and growing, Postcards-for-Sale.com has
become a valued reference site for local
historians and postcard enthusiasts.
UK images are sorted into towns A-Z within
the listed counties. Many have dates,
publishers and other information,
allowing viewers to see how a place
has changed over the years.
Oh, and many of the postcards are for sale, at the prices stated.
Sylvia & John Jones
As of 23/1/15
Pages on this site - 985 (though I am removing the Moderns pages soon as they are just
lists and I'm going to show the cards)
Cards on this site - 20680 (estimated based on images in folders, NOT by counting)
As of 18/1/16
Pages 1064 (after removing 45 pages of moderns)
WELCOME- if you are a 1st time visitor, you may wish to quickly visit the How to Use this Site page by clicking here
If you can't see what you're looking for, please e-mail me - they are not all here by a long way. You can either e-mail us via the Contact Us page or at firstname.lastname@example.org I used to write a monthly News from Up North which was sent out with approvals and seemed quite popular. Now that we are largely web based, I thought I would continue my tongue-in-cheek observations, involving the Northern Powerhouse, on our website. Click here for the first instalment. LATEST ADDITIONS BELOW (the last few weeks only) - previous updates can be seen by clicking here
NEW CARDS NOW HAVE THE MONTH AND YEAR AFTER THE REFERENCE NUMBER as MMYY - e.g. 1114 is November 2014, 0115 would be January 2015 etc.
Feb 4th - Norfolk update complete with nearly 300 new cards added. 100's of new Yorkshire coming
Jan 21st - Currently working on a major update to Norfolk
Dec 16th - 40 new Leicestershire added
Dec 13th - Manchester update complete with c200 new cards added
Please buy with confidence - if you're unhappy and think the card has faults not described then I do offer a full refund. I describe any faults, however minor.
WRITING A LOCAL HISTORY BOOK?
I can supply high quality images of most of these cards (600 dpi) - and a lot more - at only 10% of the cost of the card (minimum 50p). Please ask for details.