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Item 203917    
Penang Colour Postcard Chinese Temple Ayer Itam Pagoda, Bird's Eye View 梹城亞逸淡極樂寺

Colour Postcard, Malay Malaya Straits Settlements, Chinese Temple, Ayer Itam Pagoda, A Bird's Eye View of this wonderful temple, a must in a tourist's itinerary when calling at Penang. Ponds. Palm Trees. Steps. 梹城亞逸淡極樂寺. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£3.99€5.19US$5.39
Item 203529    
Penang Old Real Photo Postcard Botanical Gardens Waterfall, Botanic Garden Falls

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Malaya Malay Straits Settlements. Botanic Garden, Botanical Gardens, Waterfall, Water Fall. Rocks. Penang. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by TH

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 203526    
Penang Hill Railway Viaduct Bridge Upper Section, Trains Old Real Photo Postcard

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Straits Settlements Malay Malaya. Penang Hill Railway, showing Viaduct Bridge, Upper Section, Train Trains. Panorama. 檳城. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 203025    
PENANG CRICKET CLUB Sports Sport Children Boys Old Postcard Straits Settlements

Vintage Old Postcard, Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. The Penang Cricket Club. Steps. Group of Native Children. Little Boys with bicycles. Sport Sports. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by W.N.E. Sold by S.K. Md. Yusoff & Co.

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 202562    
Penang Old Real Photo Postcard Rubber Collecting Native Tappers Dutch Method ONO

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard, Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Singapore. Penang. Ethnic Life. Rubber Collecting. Barefoot Native Tappers Tapping Rubber Trees using Dutch Method. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 202557    
Penang 1961 Old Real Photo Postcard Chinese Temple Ayer Itam Pagoda 梹城亞逸淡極樂寺萬佛寶塔

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard, Malay Malaya Straits Settlements - Chinese Temple, New Pagoda, Ayer Itam Temple, Penang. Steps. 梹城亞逸淡極樂寺萬佛寶塔 Written on back : Visited Boxing Day 1961. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£5.99€7.79US$8.09
Item 202556    
Penang Old Real Photo Postcard Chinese Temple Ayer Itam N Pagoda Tower Steps 132

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard, Malay Malaya Straits Settlements - Chinese Temple, New Pagoda, Ayer Itam Temple, Penang. Steps. 梹城亞逸淡極樂寺萬佛寶塔. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 202516    
Penang Hill Railway, Tunnel, Bridge, Tram Train Jan 1928 Old Real Photo Postcard

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Straits Settlements Malay Malaya. Penang Hill Railway, Train Tram. Bridge, Tunnel. 檳城 2 Jan 28. 1928. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£11.99€15.59US$16.19
Item 202515    
Penang Hill Railway, Tram Train, Palm Trees Forest 1928 Old Real Photo Postcard

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang Hill Railway, Rail, Tram Train, Palm Tree Forest in Background. Palm Trees. Sign. Penang Hills. 2 Jan 28. 1928. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£12.99€16.89US$17.54
Item 201540    
Penang, Greetings from 1905 Old UB Postcard Native House Women Girl Boy Children

Vintage Undivided Back Old Postcard, Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Greetings from Penang. Ethnic Life. Native House, Ladder, Women Girls Boys Children. Costumes. 1905. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 201506    
Penang KG5 4c 1928 Old Real Photo Postcard Native Houses Street Scene Palm Trees

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard. Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Native Man, Houses on Stilts, Street Scene, Palm Trees. Postally Used in 1928 with Straits Settlements King George 5th 4c stamp, tied Penang. Sent from Penang to Brighton Sussex. KGV 4c
Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by The Federal Rubber Stamp Co.

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 201449    
FMS 3c Tiger KL Penang 1914 Old Postcard Kampong Malay, Native Houses Palm Trees

Vintage Old Postcard, Straits Settlements Malaya Malaya. Federated Malay States. Native Houses on Stilts. Palm Trees. Kampong Malay. K.L. F.M.S. Postally Used in 1914 with F.M.S. Tiger 3c stamp, tied Kuala Lumpur 15 JY 1914, via Penang with 16 JY 1914, addressed to Newtonmore Inverness-shire Scotland. Sent from Kuala Lumpur. Published by Photo by M.S. Nakajima. K.L. Kuala Lumpur

Price:£19.99€25.99US$26.99
Item 200410    
Penang Old Tuck's Oilette Postcard Native Market Street Sellers Vendors Children

Vintage Tuck's Oilette Art Artist Drawn Colour Old Postcard. Novelty embossed surface patterns. c.1920. Malaya Malay Straits Settlements. Penang. Native Market. Street scene. Vendors, Sellers, Merchants. Umbrella. Ethnic Life. Children. Little Boys. Penang, the town and island which with Singapore forms the most important portion of the Straits Settlements. The island is about 15 1/2 miles long by 10 1/2 wide at the broadest point, and has an area of over 100 square miles. The town of Penang, built on a promontory at the point nearest to the mainland, possesses a European club, a race-course, and good golf links. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Oilette Wide Wide World Penang Series II

Price:£19.99€25.99US$26.99
Item 200409    
Penang c.1920 Old Tuck's Oilette Postcard Municipal Office and Vintage Motor Car

Vintage Old Colour Artist Art Drawn Tuck's Oilette Postcard, Novelty embossed surface patterns. c.1920 Malaya Malay Straits Settlements, Penang, Municipal Office, Street Scene, Yellow Vintage Motor Car, Rickshaw & Coolie. Penang, The official name of the island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited. Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Wide Wide World Penang Series I.

Price:£16.99€22.09US$22.94
Item 200407    
Penang Old Tuck's Oilette Postcard Supreme Court Law Courts Street Scene Coolies

Vintage Tuck's Oilette Art Artist Drawn Colour Old Postcard, Novelty embossed surface patterns. Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Law Courts - THE SUPREME COURT. PENANG. Horse cart. Rickshaw and Coolies. Street Scene. Penang, the town and island which with Singapore forms the most important portion of the Straits Settlements. The island is about 15 1/2 miles long by 10 1/2 wide at the broadest point, and has an area of over 100 square miles. The town of Penang, built on a promontory at the point nearest to the mainland, posseses a European club, a race-course, and good golf links. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Oilette Wide Wide World Penang Series II

Price:£19.99€25.99US$26.99
Item 200406    
Penang c1920 Old Tuck's Oilette Postcard General Post Office TRAM & Street Scene

Vintage Old Colour Artist Art Drawn Tuck's Oilette Postcard, Novelty embossed surface patterns. c.1920 Malaya Malay Straits Settlements. The General Post Office, G.P.O. GPO. Tram, Tramways, Street Scene, Coolie. Penang, The town and island which with Singapore forms the most important portion of the Straits Settlements. The island is about 15 1/2 miles long by 10 1/2 wide at the broadest point, and has an area of over 100 square miles. The town of Penang, built on a promontory at the point nearest to the mainland, possesses a European Club, a Race Course and good golf links. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Wide Wide World Penang Series I.

Price:£19.99€25.99US$26.99
Item 199062    
Penang Hill Railway Large Palm Tree Forest in Background Old Real Photo Postcard

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang Hill Railway, Rail, Large Palm Tree Forest in Background. Lots of Palm Trees. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 198568    
Penang Old Real Photo Postcard Kavadi Attam, Thaipusam Festival, Sacrifice Dance

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Malaya Straits Settlements Malay. Penang. Ethnic Life. Kavadi. Religious. Kavadi Attam (Tamil:காவடி ஆட்டம்) ("Burden Dance") is a ceremonial sacrifice and offering practiced by devotees during the worship of Lord Murugan, the Hindu God of War. It is a central part of the festival of Thaipusam and emphasizes debt bondage. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 198559    
Penang Old UB Postcard Jetty Temple with The Holy Cows Cow Native Man and Boy 18

Vintage Old Undivided Back Postcard. c.1900. Malaya Straits Settlements Malay. Penang. Ethnic Life. Animals. Jetty Temple with The Holy Cows. Cattle Cow. Native Man and Boy, Palm Trees. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by A. Kaulfuss Penang

Price:£12.99€16.89US$17.54
Item 196414    
Penang KE7 3c 1905 Old UB Postcard Malay Natives Native Men Women Children Girls

Vintage Undivided Back Old Postcard, Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Penang. Ethnic Life. Malay Natives. Group of Native Men Women and Children. Little Boy and Girls. Costumes. Postally Used in 1905 with Straits Settlements King Edward 7th 3c stamp, tied Penang. Sent from Penang to Penzance Cornwall England. KEVII 3c
Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by A. Kaulfuss Penang

Price:£16.99€22.09US$22.94
Item 196412    
Penang Old Tuck's Oilette Postcard The Town Club Street Scene Rickshaw & Coolies

Vintage Colour Art Artist Drawn Tuck's Oilette Old Postcard, c.1920. Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Street Scene, Rickshaw & Coolie. Ethnic Life. Penang - The Town Club. Penang, The official name of the island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited. Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by Raphael Tuck & Sons Wide Wide World Penang Series II.

Price:£19.99€25.99US$26.99
Item 196284    
Penang SS KE7 3c 1911 Old Postcard Chinese Pagoda Ayer Itam Temple Fountain Pond

Vintage Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang. Ayer Itam Temple, Chinese Pagoda. Fountain. Pond. 檳城亞逸淡極樂寺 Postally Used in 1911 with Straits Settlements King Edward 7th 3c stamp, tied Penang. KEVII 3c
Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 196283    
Penang Hill Railway Train Showing Tunnel in Distance Old Real Photo Postcard 503

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Malaya Straits Settlements Malay. Penang Hill Railway, Train and Train Driver. Funicular Railway, showing Tunnel in the Distance. 檳城. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 196078    
Penang Hill Railway Crossing Upper Section, Train Driver Old Real Photo Postcard

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Malaya Straits Settlements Malay. Penang Hill Railway Crossing Upper Section, Tram Train showing Driver. 檳城. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 195824    
Penang Old Postcard Light Street Scene, Hotel Rickshaw Traveller's Palm Tree WNE

Vintage Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang - Light Street, Street Scene, Rickshaw, a Traveller's Palm Tree at left. Hotel. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by W.N.E. Made in Germany

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 194326    
Penang Old Real Photo Postcard Buddha Statue in Chinese Temple Ayer Itam 極樂寺 彌勒佛

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Picture Postcard, Malay Malaya Straits Settlements - Penang, Chinese Temple, Ayer Itam Temple Interior, Aier Itam. Buddhist Temple. Buddha Statue. Buddhas, Deities. Flowers. Vases. Maitreya. 極樂寺 檳城 彌勒佛 彌勒菩薩. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.49
Item 194291    
Penang Old Postcard Native Malay Farmers, Picking Pine-Apples Pineapples, Ethnic

Vintage Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang - Ethnic Life. Native Malay Farmers, Picking Pine-Apples Pineapples, Fruits. Agriculture. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.24
Item 193408    
Penang Old Real Photo Postcard Chinese Temple, Pond, Gardens, Gazebo, Palm Trees

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang. Chinese Temple, Pond, Gardens, Gazebo, Palm Trees, Pots. 檳城. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 193403    
Penang RELAU Old Real Photo Postcard Snakes Snake Temple Interior 梹城清水祖師主人敬贈 415

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Post card. Malaya Malay Straits Settlements. Penang, Snakes, flower vases. Interior of the temple where a large number of live snakes are to be found. 梹城清水祖師主人敬贈. Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 193158    
Penang KG5 6c 1932 Old Real Photo Postcard Malay Sampans Native Boats Canoes Men

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang Shipping. Ethnic Life. Malay Sampans, Native Sampan Boats Canoes. Natives Rowing Boats. Men. Postally Used in 1932 with Straits Settlements King George 5th 6c stamp, tied Penang. Sent from Penang to London. KG5 6c
Penang (in Malay Pulau Pinang, Jawi:بينانج) is an island on the north-west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The offical name of the Penang island is Prince of Wales Island and the town is Georgetown, but neither of these names is in general use. Penang was founded 17th July, 1786, having been ceded to the East India Company by the Sultan of Kedal, in return for an annuity in 1785. At this time the island was almost uninhabited, Penang has an excellent harbour and is the centre of considerable trade.
Published by The Federal Rubber Stamp Co. Penang

Price:£16.99€22.09US$22.94