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Memento from France sent by Bro. F. Matthews May 1916

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Framed embroidered postcard, showing two flags (Union Jack and French), under flowering tree, with 'United we stand' embroidered in red. Embossed border on card.

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  • Title

    Memento from France sent by Bro. F. Matthews May 1916

  • Maker

    Unknown Maker

  • Date made


  • Subject

    Matthews, Francis Nicholas, World War I, 1914-1918, 1910s, WWI

  • Additional information

    card, paper, cotton, embroidery thread wooden frame Framed by J. W. Gibb, Christchurch Fine Art Depot, 105 Cashel Street., frame: 235 mm x 165 mm postcard: 140 mm x 90 mm

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