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What are the wild waves saying?, postcard : back

This image shows the back of the postcard "What are the wild waves saying?, postcard". A message in black ink is handwritten on the divided back of the postcard. Dated "13/9/22", the postcard is written by "Twa Ku" to "Miss Darling Song". The writer writes that they are searching for some music pieces mentioned in another letter. The text "Tuck's Post Card" is printed at the top of the postcard, above the divided back margin. The text "Copyright London. Printed in England. Raphael Tuck & Sons'. Art publishers to their majesties the King & Queen. Oilette Connoisseur. Post card no. 2399" are printed on the left margin of the postcard. A title "What are the wild waves saying?" and a statement crediting the artist "After the original painting by M. Morris" is also printed on the left margin. The publisher's trademark is also printed in the area marked for postal stamp. Date of creation estimated. Title devised by Library staff.

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All rights reserved, Sir Song Ong Siang postcard collection © various, 1922, Singapore


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