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Item 199947    
Australia KG5 1d Old Postcard Adelaide Town Hall Clock Tower TRAM Tramway Street

Vintage Australian Old Postcard. South Australia, Adelaide Town Hall, Clock Tower, Street Scene. Tramway Tram. Postally Used with South Australia 1d stamp. Published by Valentine & Sons

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 199946    
Australia QV 1d 1904 Old Postcard Adelaide Children's Hospital S Peter Cathedral

Vintage Undivided Back Australian Old Postcard. South Australia, North Adelaide, Children's Hospital and St. Peter's Cathedral. Church Towers. Street Scene. Tram. Kangaroo and Emu Bird Coat of Arms on back. Postally Used in 1904 with South Australia Queen Victoria 1d stamp tied 1904, addressed to Lauder Berwickshire with arrival postmark 1905, Postage Due 1d F.B.G. and T 5cts in circle on back.

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 199945    
Australia Dues QV 1d 1904 Old Postcard Adelaide Currie Street Scene Looking West

Vintage Undivided Back Australian Old Postcard. South Australia, Adelaide, Currie Street Scene Looking West. Horse Carts. Street Scene. Kangaroo and Emu Bird Coat of Arms on back. Postally Used in 1904 with South Australia Queen Victoria 1d stamp tied 1904, addressed to Lauder Berwickshire with arrival postmark 1905, Postage Due 1d F.B.G. and T 5cts in circle on back.

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 199944    
Australia QV 1d 1904 Old Postcard Adelaide, Institute Library University Terrace

Vintage Undivided Back Australian Old Postcard. South Australia, Adelaide, Institute, Public Library, Art Gallery, Exhibition Building, University School & Mines North Terrace Looking East. Horse Carts. Street Scene. Kangaroo and Emu Bird Coat of Arms on back. Postally Used in 1904 with South Australia Queen Victoria 1d stamp tied 1904, addressed to Lauder Berwickshire with arrival postmark 1905, Postage Due 1d F.B.G. and T 5cts in circle on back.

Price:£12.99€16.89US$17.54
Item 199943    
Australia QV 1d. 1904 Old Postcard Adelaide King William Street Look South TRAM

Vintage Undivided Back Australian Old Postcard. South Australia, Adelaide, King William Street, Looking South, Street Scene, Tram Tramway, Horse Carts. Kangaroo and Emu Bird Coat of Arms on back. Postally Used in 1904 with South Australia Queen Victoria 1d stamp, addressed to Lauder Berwickshire with arrival postmark, Postage Due 1d F.B.G. and T 5cts in circle on back. Sent from Adelaide to Lauder Berwickshire Scotland.

Price:£19.99€25.99US$26.99
Item 199919    
S. Australia QV 1d 1910 Old Postcard Adelaide Waymouth Street Scene TRAM Tramway

Vintage Old Embossed Real Photo Larger Postcard. 14.2cm x 9.4cm. Australia. Adelaide, Waymouth St. Street Scene TRAM Tramway. Postally Used with South Australian Queen Victoria 1d stamp. Sent from Adelaide. Q.V. 1d

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 199466    
New Zealand Gisborne 1906 Old Postcard Unveil Captain Cook Monument, Poverty Bay

Vintage Old Postcard, New Zealand Gisborne, N.Z. Unveiling of The Captain Cook Monument, Poverty Bay. Flags. Horses Horse Carts. Soldiers, Guards. Crowd. Pier, Jetty, Breakwater. Postally Used with 1d stamp, tied Gisborne. Sent from Gisborne to Halifax. 1d
Published by T. Adams Gisborne

Price:£25.99€33.79US$35.09
Item 198012    
Australia 1905 Old Colour RP Postcard St. Mary's Convent Lismore New South Wales

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Handcoloured Hand Coloured Hand Tinted Postcard. Australia Australian. St. Mary's Convent, Lismore. NSW New South Wales. 1905?. Published by K. & Co.

Price:£11.99€15.59US$16.19
Item 196191    
South Georgia Solitary Leopard Seal C. Gilbert British Antarctic Survey Postcard

Larger Colour Postcard, Animal, Solitary Leopard Seal on Ice at South Georgia. Photographed by BAS Photographer Chris Gilbert. British Antarctic Survey. Natural Environment Research Council. South Georgia, British overseas territory in the southern Atlantic Ocean.
Published by Labute Limited NERC-BAS

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 194619    
British Antarctic Expedition 1912 Postcard - Roald Amundsen's Tent at South Pole

Modern Reproduced Oversized Picture Postcard. approx. 16.5cm x 12.2cm. Scott's British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913, aboard "Terra Nova". / Scott's Party at the South Pole with Roald Amundsen's tent in the background, 18 January 1912, from left to right : Robert Falcon Scott, L.E.G. Oates, Edward Wilson, and Edgar Evans. Photograph by H.R. Bowers. Skies. The Quest for the South Port. During the early 20th century's "Heroic Age" of Antarctic exploration, 4 British expeditions set sights on reaching the South Pole. The British National Antarctic Expedition of 1901-1904, led by naval officer Robert Falcon Scott aboard the ship "Discovery", came within 857km (463 nautical miles) of the pole and laid the ground for future scientific research in Antarctica. Ernest Shackleton, who had been a member Scott's expedition, then organized and led the British Antarctic Expedition (1907-1909) in hopes of being first to the pole. Reaching Antarctica aboard the "Nimrod", this expedition came within 180km (97 nautical miles) of its goal before turning back due to harsh weather, poor rations, and physical weakness. Nevertheless, expedition members were the first to reach the polar plateau, first to ascent Mount Erebus, and first to reach the South Magnetic Pole. (Shackleton's "Furthest South" record would stand until the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen reached Geographic South Pole in December 1911). In 1910 Scott embarked on a second expedition, aboard the "Terra Nova". Using Shackleton's route across the plateau, this expedition aimed to reach the South Pole and undertake further scientific research and exploration. The expedition accomplished its scientific goals and mapped Victoria Land and the Western Mountains. But when Scott and a small team reached the South Pole, they discovered that Amundsen had beaten them there by one month. Tragically, they all died on the return journey. Shackleton's next effort, the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-1917 aboard the "Endurance", set out to be the first to cross Antarctica. But the Endurance was destroyed by ice, and the 28 men endured 22 months in the Antarctic, isolated with poor food supplies at temperature below -37C (-35F). Eventually, Shackleton and a crew of 6 went for help in a small whaleboat, the "James Caird". Crossing 800 nautical miles of the treacherous Southern Ocean, Shackleton completed one of history's most remarkable voyages, returning within months to rescue his stranded crew. The Quest for the South Pole celebrates the achievement of all 4 expeditions through dramatic photographs taken by, among others, the distinguished photographers Herbert Ponting and Frank Hurley. These images reflect the bravery and determination of the expeditionary teams and capture a sense of the Antarctic's majestic natural beauty.
Published by RGS

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 194615    
Scott's British Antarctic Expedition 1912 Postcard At South Pole Amundsen's Tent

Modern Reproduced Oversized Picture Postcard. approx. 16.5cm x 12.2cm. Scott's British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913, aboard "Terra Nova". / At the South Pole, from left to right : Edward Wilson, Robert Falcon Scott, Edgar Evans, L.E.G. Oates, Henry Bowers, with Roald Amundsen's tent behind them, 17th January 1912. Photograph by H.R. Bowers. The Quest for the South Port. During the early 20th century's "Heroic Age" of Antarctic exploration, 4 British expeditions set sights on reaching the South Pole. The British National Antarctic Expedition of 1901-1904, led by naval officer Robert Falcon Scott aboard the ship "Discovery", came within 857km (463 nautical miles) of the pole and laid the ground for future scientific research in Antarctica. Ernest Shackleton, who had been a member Scott's expedition, then organized and led the British Antarctic Expedition (1907-1909) in hopes of being first to the pole. Reaching Antarctica aboard the "Nimrod", this expedition came within 180km (97 nautical miles) of its goal before turning back due to harsh weather, poor rations, and physical weakness. Nevertheless, expedition members were the first to reach the polar plateau, first to ascent Mount Erebus, and first to reach the South Magnetic Pole. (Shackleton's "Furthest South" record would stand until the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen reached Geographic South Pole in December 1911). In 1910 Scott embarked on a second expedition, aboard the "Terra Nova". Using Shackleton's route across the plateau, this expedition aimed to reach the South Pole and undertake further scientific research and exploration. The expedition accomplished its scientific goals and mapped Victoria Land and the Western Mountains. But when Scott and a small team reached the South Pole, they discovered that Amundsen had beaten them there by one month. Tragically, they all died on the return journey. Shackleton's next effort, the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-1917 aboard the "Endurance", set out to be the first to cross Antarctica. But the Endurance was destroyed by ice, and the 28 men endured 22 months in the Antarctic, isolated with poor food supplies at temperature below -37C (-35F). Eventually, Shackleton and a crew of 6 went for help in a small whaleboat, the "James Caird". Crossing 800 nautical miles of the treacherous Southern Ocean, Shackleton completed one of history's most remarkable voyages, returning within months to rescue his stranded crew. The Quest for the South Pole celebrates the achievement of all 4 expeditions through dramatic photographs taken by, among others, the distinguished photographers Herbert Ponting and Frank Hurley. These images reflect the bravery and determination of the expeditionary teams and capture a sense of the Antarctic's majestic natural beauty.
Published by RGS

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 194612    
Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition Postcard Endurance Crushed DOGS

Modern Reproduced Oversized Picture Postcard. approx. 16.5cm x 12.2cm. Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-1917, aboard "Endurance". / The End. The Endurance crushed, with dogs looking on 1915. Photograph by Frank Hurley. Ship, Boat. The Quest for the South Port. During the early 20th century's "Heroic Age" of Antarctic exploration, 4 British expeditions set sights on reaching the South Pole. The British National Antarctic Expedition of 1901-1904, led by naval officer Robert Falcon Scott aboard the ship "Discovery", came within 857km (463 nautical miles) of the pole and laid the ground for future scientific research in Antarctica. Ernest Shackleton, who had been a member Scott's expedition, then organized and led the British Antarctic Expedition (1907-1909) in hopes of being first to the pole. Reaching Antarctica aboard the "Nimrod", this expedition came within 180km (97 nautical miles) of its goal before turning back due to harsh weather, poor rations, and physical weakness. Nevertheless, expedition members were the first to reach the polar plateau, first to ascent Mount Erebus, and first to reach the South Magnetic Pole. (Shackleton's "Furthest South" record would stand until the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen reached Geographic South Pole in December 1911). In 1910 Scott embarked on a second expedition, aboard the "Terra Nova". Using Shackleton's route across the plateau, this expedition aimed to reach the South Pole and undertake further scientific research and exploration. The expedition accomplished its scientific goals and mapped Victoria Land and the Western Mountains. But when Scott and a small team reached the South Pole, they discovered that Amundsen had beaten them there by one month. Tragically, they all died on the return journey. Shackleton's next effort, the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-1917 aboard the "Endurance", set out to be the first to cross Antarctica. But the Endurance was destroyed by ice, and the 28 men endured 22 months in the Antarctic, isolated with poor food supplies at temperature below -37C (-35F). Eventually, Shackleton and a crew of 6 went for help in a small whaleboat, the "James Caird". Crossing 800 nautical miles of the treacherous Southern Ocean, Shackleton completed one of history's most remarkable voyages, returning within months to rescue his stranded crew. The Quest for the South Pole celebrates the achievement of all 4 expeditions through dramatic photographs taken by, among others, the distinguished photographers Herbert Ponting and Frank Hurley. These images reflect the bravery and determination of the expeditionary teams and capture a sense of the Antarctic's majestic natural beauty.
Published by RGS

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 194611    
Shackleton's Trans-Antarctic Expedition Postcard Whaleboat, Relaying James Caird

Modern Reproduced Oversized Picture Postcard. approx. 16.5cm x 12.2cm. Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-1917, aboard "Endurance". / Relaying the James Caird across the ice, 1915. Photograph by Frank Hurley. Whaleboat. Boat. The Quest for the South Port. During the early 20th century's "Heroic Age" of Antarctic exploration, 4 British expeditions set sights on reaching the South Pole. The British National Antarctic Expedition of 1901-1904, led by naval officer Robert Falcon Scott aboard the ship "Discovery", came within 857km (463 nautical miles) of the pole and laid the ground for future scientific research in Antarctica. Ernest Shackleton, who had been a member Scott's expedition, then organized and led the British Antarctic Expedition (1907-1909) in hopes of being first to the pole. Reaching Antarctica aboard the "Nimrod", this expedition came within 180km (97 nautical miles) of its goal before turning back due to harsh weather, poor rations, and physical weakness. Nevertheless, expedition members were the first to reach the polar plateau, first to ascent Mount Erebus, and first to reach the South Magnetic Pole. (Shackleton's "Furthest South" record would stand until the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen reached Geographic South Pole in December 1911). In 1910 Scott embarked on a second expedition, aboard the "Terra Nova". Using Shackleton's route across the plateau, this expedition aimed to reach the South Pole and undertake further scientific research and exploration. The expedition accomplished its scientific goals and mapped Victoria Land and the Western Mountains. But when Scott and a small team reached the South Pole, they discovered that Amundsen had beaten them there by one month. Tragically, they all died on the return journey. Shackleton's next effort, the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-1917 aboard the "Endurance", set out to be the first to cross Antarctica. But the Endurance was destroyed by ice, and the 28 men endured 22 months in the Antarctic, isolated with poor food supplies at temperature below -37C (-35F). Eventually, Shackleton and a crew of 6 went for help in a small whaleboat, the "James Caird". Crossing 800 nautical miles of the treacherous Southern Ocean, Shackleton completed one of history's most remarkable voyages, returning within months to rescue his stranded crew. The Quest for the South Pole celebrates the achievement of all 4 expeditions through dramatic photographs taken by, among others, the distinguished photographers Herbert Ponting and Frank Hurley. These images reflect the bravery and determination of the expeditionary teams and capture a sense of the Antarctic's majestic natural beauty.
Published by RGS

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 194607    
Shackleton Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1915 Postcard Endurance at Night Side View

Modern Reproduced Oversized Picture Postcard. approx. 16.5cm x 12.2cm. Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-1917, aboard "Endurance". / Endurance at Night (side View), 1915. Photograph by Frank Hurley. The Quest for the South Port. During the early 20th century's "Heroic Age" of Antarctic exploration, 4 British expeditions set sights on reaching the South Pole. The British National Antarctic Expedition of 1901-1904, led by naval officer Robert Falcon Scott aboard the ship "Discovery", came within 857km (463 nautical miles) of the pole and laid the ground for future scientific research in Antarctica. Ernest Shackleton, who had been a member Scott's expedition, then organized and led the British Antarctic Expedition (1907-1909) in hopes of being first to the pole. Reaching Antarctica aboard the "Nimrod", this expedition came within 180km (97 nautical miles) of its goal before turning back due to harsh weather, poor rations, and physical weakness. Nevertheless, expedition members were the first to reach the polar plateau, first to ascent Mount Erebus, and first to reach the South Magnetic Pole. (Shackleton's "Furthest South" record would stand until the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen reached Geographic South Pole in December 1911). In 1910 Scott embarked on a second expedition, aboard the "Terra Nova". Using Shackleton's route across the plateau, this expedition aimed to reach the South Pole and undertake further scientific research and exploration. The expedition accomplished its scientific goals and mapped Victoria Land and the Western Mountains. But when Scott and a small team reached the South Pole, they discovered that Amundsen had beaten them there by one month. Tragically, they all died on the return journey. Shackleton's next effort, the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-1917 aboard the "Endurance", set out to be the first to cross Antarctica. But the Endurance was destroyed by ice, and the 28 men endured 22 months in the Antarctic, isolated with poor food supplies at temperature below -37C (-35F). Eventually, Shackleton and a crew of 6 went for help in a small whaleboat, the "James Caird". Crossing 800 nautical miles of the treacherous Southern Ocean, Shackleton completed one of history's most remarkable voyages, returning within months to rescue his stranded crew. The Quest for the South Pole celebrates the achievement of all 4 expeditions through dramatic photographs taken by, among others, the distinguished photographers Herbert Ponting and Frank Hurley. These images reflect the bravery and determination of the expeditionary teams and capture a sense of the Antarctic's majestic natural beauty.
Published by RGS

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 194479    
British ANTARCTIC Expedition 1911 Postcard 1910-1913 CAPTAIN ROBERT FALCON SCOTT

Modern Reproduction Photo Picture Postcard, Sledge. British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913, Led by Captain Robert Falcon Scott. By Photographer Herbert Ponting 13th April 1911. In 1910 Scott set out on his fateful expedition to the South Pole. He reached his goal on the 18th January 1912. / Had we lived, I should have had a tale to tell of the hardihood, endurance, and courage of my companions which would have stirred the heart of every Englishman. - Robert Falcon Scott, Message to the Public, c.29 March 1912.
Published by RGS

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 193585    
New Zealand 1969 Postcard Maori Carving, Palisade Fences Enclose Tribal Village

Early Larger Colour Old Postcard. Ethnic Life. New Zealand Maori Carving. Carvings. N.Z. Chief among the ancient arts of the Maori people is the carving of wood. Figures were often incorporated into the decorations of meeting-houses and, as in this case, the palisade fences which enclose the tribal village. Photo : K. & J. Bigwood. Postally Used in 1969 with 7c Rata flower x 2 stamps. NAC Air Mail Par Avion label. Sent to Devon. 7c x 2
Published by W. Beattie & Co.

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 192624    
New Caledonia 1959 Old Postcard East Coast Centenary of Tieti Nouvelle Caledonie

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Nouvelle Caledonie, Cote Est Centenaire de Tieti. New Caledonia. Native House Hut. Ethnic. 1843-1943, 1853-1953. East Coast, Centenary of Tieti. 1959. Published by Gipsy Noumea

Price:£4.99€6.49US$6.74
Item 192299    
Papua New Guinea Bismarck Range Japanese Soldier Enemy Cannons Guns Old Postcard

Vintage Old Picture Postcard. Japan Japanese Soldier with Gun. Military Uniform. Enemy Cannons Guns. Bismarck Range Mountains. Papua New Guinea. ビスマーク山麓 集結 敵之分捕砲.

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 191901    
New Caledonia 5c. 1916 Old Postcard Prison en Nouvelle Caledonie, Prisoners Jail

Vintage Old Postcard. Nouvelle Caledonie. New Caledonia. Prison en Nouvelle Caledonie, Prisoners Jail. Postally Used in 1916 with Republique Francaise et Dependances 5c stamp, tied Nouvelle Caledonie. Republique Francaise et Dependances 5c
Published by W. Henry Caporn editeur

Price:£25.99€33.79US$35.09
Item 191645    
Merry Xmas Christmas Greetings Beer Mug Australia Victoria 1d 1901 Old Postcard

Vintage Old Greeting Post Card. Merry Xmas Christmas, Greetings, Man with Beer Mug. Postally Used with Australia Queen Victoria 1d stamp, 1901. Victoria 1d

Price:£3.99€5.19US$5.39
Item 190892    
Australia 1906 Old Colour Postcard Waterfalls at Wattamolla National Park N.S.W.

Vintage Old Colour Postcard. Australia Australian. Waterfalls at Wattamolla National Park, New South Wales. Postally Used in 1906 with Great Britain King Edward 7th 1/2d stamp, tied Penarth. Published by Art Series

Price:£4.99€6.49US$6.74
Item 190695    
Australia Old Postcard Adelaide Grenfell St Street TRAM The Register Wine Saloon

Vintage Old Picture Postcard. South Australia. Buildings in Grenfell St. Street Scene. Adelaide. S.A. TRAM Tramway. Horse Cart. The Register. Bicycle. Wine Saloon. Published by The Rembrandt Fine Art Coy. Series Views of Adelaide RFA Co.

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 190694    
Australia Old Postcard Brisbane, Victoria Bridge, TRAM Queensland, Roslyn Series

Vintage Australian Old Picture Postcard. Australia, Brisbane Queensland. Victoria Bridge, TRAM, Tramway, Horse Carts, Street Scene. Panorama. Queensland. Published by Roslyn Series

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 190693    
Australia Melbourne Law Courts 1d Postage Due 1902 Old UB Postcard Victoria Arms

Vintage Australian Old Undivided Back Picture Postcard. Australia, Melbourne, Law Courts, Victoria Coat of Arms. Court of Justice. Postally Used in 1902 with New South Wales 1d stamp, with Postage Dues N.S.W. T5 and 1d I.S.G handstrucks on back. Multiple postmarks, including Sydney, Gateshead etc. Sent from Australia to Gateshead England. 1d
Published by V.S.M. Series

Price:£19.99€25.99US$26.99
Item 190692    
Australia Old Postcard Lake Macquarie, Toronto, Lakeside, N.S.W. New South Wales

Vintage Australian Old Postcard. Australia - New South Wales N.S.W. NSW. Lake Macquarie, Toronto, Lakeside. Panorama. Black Dog. Toronto is a lakeside suburb within the city of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia, approximately 28 kilometres (17 mi) from Newcastle's central business district and is a commercial hub for the sprawling suburbs on the western shore of the lake.
Published by Perfection Series

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 189688    
TAHITI View from Venus Point Mountain Sep 1959 Old Real Photo Postcard R. Tillet

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Tahiti. Panorama View from Venus Point, Point Venus, Mountains Hills. Sept. 1 to 7 / 59. 1959. Point Venus is peninsula on the north coast of Tahiti, the largest island in the Windward group of French Polynesia. It is in the commune of Mahina, approximately 8 km east of the capital Pape'ete. It lies at the northeast end of Matavai Bay.
Published by Edition R. Tillet Tahiti

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 189536    
Fiji Old Postcard Mountaineer's House Native Fijian Man with Gun Woman Co Op 174

Vintage Old Postcard. Fiji, Ethnic Life. Native Fijian man with gun, woman. Mountaineer's House. Hut. Published by Co Operative

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 189534    
Fiji Old Postcard Native Fijian Girl Presenting Yagona Costumes Co Operative 181

Vintage Old Postcard. Fiji, Ethnic Life. Native Fijian Girl Presenting Yagona, Traditional Costumes. Published by Co Operative

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 189531    
Ceylon Aust 1/- 1955 Old Real Photo Postcard Bathing Beach Mount Lavinia Colombo

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Picture Post card, Sri Lanka Ceylan Ceylon. Palm Trees, Bathing Beach, Seaside, Mount Lavinia, Colombo. Postally Used in 1955 with Australia 1/- Lyre Bird One Shilling stamp. By Air Mail label. Airmail. Sent from Fremantle West. Aust. to England. 1/-
Published by Geo. A. Koch / Thomas and Hulugalle

Price:£3.99€5.19US$5.39
Item 189447    
New Zealand Old Postcard Kereru & Pohutu Geysers, Rotorua Whakarewarewa H. Carew

Vintage Old Postcard. New Zealand, Geyser Kereru and Pohutu Geysers, Rotorua, Whakarewarewa. Pohutu Geyser is a geyser in the Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley, Rotorua. Pohutu means "big splash" or "explosion".
Published by H. Carew, Bookseller Rotorua N.Z.

Price:£3.99€5.19US$5.39