All items for sale date from Victorian times - 1950s.

Item Description Size (each) Grade Price Image
P1 Mixed images Page Good £8 View
P2 Pretty women album
cards - 1880s
Top one
12cm tall 4.75
Very good £8 View
P3 Greek-Roman images Page Good SOLD View
P5 People from different
4cms tall - 1.5" Very good £8 View
P6 Famous artists 7cm 2.75 Very good £8 View
P7 A beautiful young
lady album card
20cm 7.75 Very good £8 View
P9 8 People in national dress 12cms - 4.5" Very good £8 View
P10 Floral framed females 9.5x5.5cms -
Good £8 View
P11 Bodocea 6 at base 15.5cm Excellent £8 View
P12 Fancy dressed people Top left
12 cm 4.75
Good £7 View
P13 10 Costumed characters 12.5cms - 5" Very good £9 View
P14 Famous people and royalty Top right
7cms 2.75
Good £7 View
P15 4 Groups of walkers
- right bottom scrap
broken at end
9.5cms wide - 3.75" Good £7 View
P16 15 Fancy dressed people 7.5cm 3 Very good £8 View
P17 4 Peculiar men - faults 12cms - 4.75" Good £7 View
P18 5 Album cards of
beautiful ladies
Good £8 View
P20 4 Peculiar faces Top left
8cms 3.25
Good £7 View
P23 Colourful people Bottom right
8.5cm 7
Good £7 View
P25 8 Ladies from different lands Top ones
7.5cm 3
Very good £8 View
P30 4 Ladies in hats 5 13cm Very good £8 View

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No marks or other imperfections

Very good

Slight marks or imperfections that do not detract from the scrap's overall appearance
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Marks or imperfections that detract slightly from the scrap's overall appearance


Marks or imperfections which are quite noticeable in places
(e.g. major staining, missing parts, tears, significant back surface damage)


Significant marks, imperfections and damage
(e.g. large tears, badly damaged surfaces)