They are well remembered for their illustrated guidebook to Jaipur (Jodhpur).After the turn of the 20th century they began to publish their images as postcards.In clean condition to the front with very light corner wear and light album corner indentations. (VG)A Wright & Logan photo card featuring the Canadian Tribal class destroyer HMCS Cayuga. Surface indentations from the writing to the reverse. Wright & Logan cachet and name and date to the reverse, otherwise clean.
I disagree that Peter Phelps would have been a better person to play Brenden Abbott.
A printed postcard from the Gale & Polden Nelson Series featuring the Turkish cruiser Abdul Hamid built by Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. Album corner indentations and some surface marking. (G) A plain back photo card by Wright & Logan featuring the Cuban naval vessel Cuba.
In lovely clean condition with minimal corner wear. (EX-)A photo postcard by Bell of Harlesden featuring the Chilean cruiser Chacabuco of 1898. She was at the Spithead review in 1937 so I assume the photo was taken during this event due to the date pencilled on the reverse.
Jarrold & Son’s was originally founded by John Jarrold in the late 18th century, when he opened his Drapery and Grocer’s shop, at Woodbridge in Suffolk.
Even to this day the firm remains a family run company and are most famous for their retail stores.
Jarrolds first move to Norwich took place in the 1820’s and a few years later the famous department store which now occupies their London Street site was opened.