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Warner Gothard Postcards For Sale
You will find a selection of Warner gothard postcards for sale on this page. Collecting Warner Gothard disasters
and events postcards can be extremely rewarding and their
uniqueness has captured the imagination of many collectors
over the years. The reason for their popularity is
Each postcard tells a story of an
incident or special occasion around 100-years ago in a
revolutionary way by text and images entwined together to
make a montage postcard that is simply a work of art in it's
A standard photographer of the day would
take a series of photographs of an event and choose the best
ones to publish as postcards. This would normally be one
view for each postcard with a simple caption confirming the
The Warner Gothard photographic studio decided to take things to
a completely new level. They took the time to add multiple images of the
event onto one postcard. Portraits of the
people involved, general views of the location and informative text so the whole story
could be told.
These special postcards were very popular
the buying public who used to keep them as souvenirs of the
event which would explain the reason why so many are
unposted. Warner Gothard montage postcards are just as popular today
with private collectors, local and social
Pleae find below a selection of Warner Gothard events and disaster postcards for sale. These are scarce examples and not the common ones that surface quite frequently. When you see a rare Gothard for sale you have two things to consider. When was the last time you saw that postcard for sale and how long you may have to wait until you find another example? Tha's the conundrum for all Warner Gothard collectors.
Duke of Devonshire Death/Funeral
24th - 28th March 1908
(b) Edensor Church Interior (H)
Condition: Large diagonal crease bottom left.
Small corner crease bottom left.
West Stanley, County Durham, Colliery Explosion
16th February 1909
(e) Pictures of All Those Who Lost Their
Condition: Diagonal line top right.
Small corner crease top right.
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