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Item 177548    
IRAQ Old Postcard Mesopotamia Basrah, The Zobeir Gate, Basra Soldier Guard Palms

Vintage Old Post card, Middle East. Iraq. Mesopotamia. Ethnic Life. Basrah, The Zobeir Gate, Basra, Soldier Guard, Palm Trees. / Basra, Iraq. The city of Sinbad the Sailor and Iraq's 3rd largest city and main seaport, founded by order of Caliph Omar in 636 AD as a military base. Mesopotamia is a name for the area of the Tigris–Euphrates river system, in modern days roughly corresponding to most of Iraq plus Kuwait, the eastern parts of Syria, and regions along the Turkish-Syrian and Iran–Iraq borders.
Published by Army Y.M.C.A. of India The Times of India Bombay

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 176745    
IRAQ Old Postcard Mesopotamia Water Carrier in Basrah Donkey Native Street Basra

Vintage Old Post card, Middle East. Iraq. Mesopotamia. Ethnic Life. Water Carrier in Basrah, Donkey, Native Man and Little Girl, Street Scene. / Basra, Iraq. The city of Sinbad the Sailor and Iraq's 3rd largest city and main seaport, founded by order of Caliph Omar in 636 AD as a military base. Mesopotamia is a name for the area of the Tigris–Euphrates river system, in modern days roughly corresponding to most of Iraq plus Kuwait, the eastern parts of Syria, and regions along the Turkish-Syrian and Iran–Iraq borders.
Published by I.I. Aaron Photogarpher Basrah

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 174652    
IRAQ Old Postcard Mesopotamia Basra Basrah The Bazaar Bazar Market Street Seller

Vintage Old Post card, Middle East. Iraq. Basrah Basra. Mesopotamia. The Bazaar Bazar, Indoor Market Street Scene, Native Sellers Vendors Merchants. Ethnic Life. Basra, Iraq. The city of Sinbad the Sailor and Iraq's 3rd largest city and main seaport, founded by order of Caliph Omar in 636 AD as a military base.
Published by Army Y.M.C.A. India The Times of India Bombay

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 162014    
IRAQ Old Tuck's Postcard BASRA Kora Creek River Scene Dates Palm Trees Panorama

Vintage Tuck's Collo-Photo Old Postcard. c.1920. Middle East, Iraq, Basra - Kora Creek. River Scene, Dates Palm Trees, Panorama. Basra (also spelled Başrah or Basara; historically sometimes written Busra, Busrah, and the early form Bassorah; Arabic: البصرة, Al-Basrah) is the second largest city of Iraq with an estimated population of c. 2,600,000 (2003). It is the country's main port. Basra is the capital of the Basra Governorate. The city is located along the Shatt al-Arab (Arvandrood) waterway near the Persian Gulf. Basra is 55 km from the Persian Gulf and 545 km from Baghdad, Iraq's capital and largest city.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Collo-Photo Postcard for A. Kerim Basra Persian Gulf

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 162012    
IRAQ Old Tuck's Postcard BASRA, Amara, Tigris Bank, River Scene Boats Palm Trees

Vintage Tuck's Collo-Photo Old Postcard. c.1920. Middle East, Iraq, Basra - Amara, Tigris Bank, River Scene, Boats, Palm Trees. Basra (also spelled Başrah or Basara; historically sometimes written Busra, Busrah, and the early form Bassorah; Arabic: البصرة, Al-Basrah) is the second largest city of Iraq with an estimated population of c. 2,600,000 (2003). It is the country's main port. Basra is the capital of the Basra Governorate. The city is located along the Shatt al-Arab (Arvandrood) waterway near the Persian Gulf. Basra is 55 km from the Persian Gulf and 545 km from Baghdad, Iraq's capital and largest city.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Collo-Photo Postcard for A. Kerim Basra Persian Gulf

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 162011    
IRAQ Old Tuck's Postcard BASRA Engineer Field Park Boats Harbour Quay & Panorama

Vintage Tuck's Collo-Photo Old Postcard. c.1920. Middle East, Iraq, Basra - Engineer Field Park. Boats, Harbour, Quay. Panorama. Basra (also spelled Başrah or Basara; historically sometimes written Busra, Busrah, and the early form Bassorah; Arabic: البصرة, Al-Basrah) is the second largest city of Iraq with an estimated population of c. 2,600,000 (2003). It is the country's main port. Basra is the capital of the Basra Governorate. The city is located along the Shatt al-Arab (Arvandrood) waterway near the Persian Gulf. Basra is 55 km from the Persian Gulf and 545 km from Baghdad, Iraq's capital and largest city.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Collo-Photo Postcard for A. Kerim Basra Persian Gulf

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 162009    
IRAQ Old Tuck's Postcard BASRA Marine Repair Shop & Customs Native Boats & River

Vintage Tuck's Collo-Photo Postcard. c.1920. Middle East, Iraq, Basra - Marine Repair Shop & Customs Native Boats & River Scene. Palm Trees. Basra (also spelled Başrah or Basara; historically sometimes written Busra, Busrah, and the early form Bassorah; Arabic: البصرة, Al-Basrah) is the second largest city of Iraq with an estimated population of c. 2,600,000 (2003). It is the country's main port. Basra is the capital of the Basra Governorate. The city is located along the Shatt al-Arab (Arvandrood) waterway near the Persian Gulf. Basra is 55 km from the Persian Gulf and 545 km from Baghdad, Iraq's capital and largest city.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Collo-Photo Postcard for A. Kerim Basra Persian Gulf

Price:£12.99€16.89US$17.54
Item 162007    
IRAQ Old Tuck's Postcard BASRA Side View of Whiteley Bridge River & Native Boats

Vintage Tuck's Collo-Photo Postcard. c.1920. Middle East, Iraq, Basra - Side View of Whiteley Bridge, River Scene, Native Boats & Buildings. Basra (also spelled Başrah or Basara; historically sometimes written Busra, Busrah, and the early form Bassorah; Arabic: البصرة, Al-Basrah) is the second largest city of Iraq with an estimated population of c. 2,600,000 (2003). It is the country's main port. Basra is the capital of the Basra Governorate. The city is located along the Shatt al-Arab (Arvandrood) waterway near the Persian Gulf. Basra is 55 km from the Persian Gulf and 545 km from Baghdad, Iraq's capital and largest city.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Collo-Photo Postcard for A. Kerim Basra Persian Gulf

Price:£11.99€15.59US$16.19
Item 157756    
IRAQ Old Postcard Kandak Creek River Scene Basra Basrah, Boats Canoes Palm Trees

Vintage Old Post card, Middle East. Iraq. Ethnic Life. Kandak Creek, River Scene, Basra. Basrah. Boating, Canoeing. Boats Canoes, Palm Trees, Bathers. Basra, Iraq. The city of Sinbad the Sailor and Iraq's 3rd largest city and main seaport, founded by order of Caliph Omar in 636 AD as a military base.
Published by The Universal Bookshop & Stationery Store Bridge Street Ashar Basrah Iraq

Price:£11.99€15.59US$16.19