Newly added items
Payment & Postage
Pakistan 1919 Old Tuck's Postcard Double Deckers Peshawar, General View PanoramaVintage Old Postcard. Tuck's Collo-Sepia Style No. 893. Peshawar. Pakistan British India Indian. Double Deckers, Peshawar, General View Panorama. Street Scene. Postally Used in 1919 with King George 5th 1a stamp.
Publisher: Raphael Tuck & Sons Collo-Sepia Style Peshawar
Series No: 893
Faults: Minor creases or wear at 3 corners, spots
Sent from: India
Addressed to: England
Stamp: KGV 1a
Background: Peshāwar is the capital of the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan. "Peshawar" literally means High Fort in Persian. The area of the city has been ruled by numerous empires including the Afghan, Persian, Greek, Maurya, Scythian, Arab, Turk, Mongol, Mughal, Sikh and the British.
Browse in related categories: