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Item 226368    
Penang Hill Old Real Photo Postcard Police Station Street Scene Child Playground

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Straits Settlements Malay Malaya. Penang Hill. Police Station, Street Scene, Children Playground 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:£19.99€25.99US$27.39
Item 226255    
Penang Hill Railway Old Real Photo Postcard Tunnel Bridge Tram Train Approaching

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Straits Settlements Malay Malaya. Penang Hill Railway, Train Tram Approaching. Bridge, Tunnel. 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$13.69
Item 226124    
Penang, Free School Old Postcard Straits Settlements Malaya Malay M.J. No.183536

Vintage Old Postcard, Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang, Free School Building. 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 M.J. Penang

Price:£16.99€22.09US$23.28
Item 226073    
Penang Old Postcard Ayer-Etam, Palm Trees, Boys Children A Kaulfuss Penang No. 7

Vintage Old Postcard. Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Penang. Ayer-Etam, Ayer Etam, Palm Trees, Boys Children A Kaulfuss Penang No. 7. 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.
Published by A. Kaulfuss Penang

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.69
Item 226070    
Penang, Greetings from Old Postcard Hindu Woman Lady Girl Straits Settlements 11

Vintage Old Postcard. Malaya Straits Settlements Malay. Penang. Ethnic Life. Hindu Woman Lady Girl. 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:£14.99€19.49US$20.54
Item 226061    
Penang Tortoise Pond Ayer Itam Temple, Turtles Tortoises Old Real Photo Postcard

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Picture Postcard. Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Penang - Tortoise Pond. Tortoises, Turtles. Turtle. Chinese Temple. AYER ITAM TEMPLE. Aier Itam Temple 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 The Federal Rubber Stamp Co. Penang S.S.

Price:£11.99€15.59US$16.43
Item 226023    
Penang Hill Railway Crossing Upper Section Trains Old Real Photo Postcard No.521

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Malaya Straits Settlements Malay. Penang Hill Railway Crossing Upper Section, Train Trains. 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$13.69
Item 226018    
Penang Old Postcard Government Post Office Street Scene Cattle Carts M.J. Penang

Vintage Old Postcard. Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Penang - Government Post Office, Street Scene, Cattle Carts. Rickshaw Coolie. Ethnic Life. 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 M.J. Penang

Price:£16.99€22.09US$23.28
Item 225950    
Penang Straits KE7 3c Postage Due 1904 Old UB Postcard Village Houses Palm Trees

Vintage Old Undivided Back Postcard. Ethnic Life. Penang. Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Native Village Houses Huts, Palm Trees. Postally Used in 1904 with Straits Settlements King Edward 7th 3c stamp, tied Calcutta. Addressed to Northumberland England with Postage Due Dues 2 F.B. T in circle. 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.S. Mahomed Assan & Co. Penang

Price:£22.99€29.89US$31.5
Item 225786    
Penang Water Supply Reservoir Old Postcard Palm Trees Gazebo Pavilion Bridge M.J

Vintage Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. The Reservoir of Penang Water Supply. Pavilion. Gazebo. Palm Trees. Bridge. Tank. 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 M.J. Penang

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.54
Item 225785    
Penang Old Postcard Hongkong and Shanghai Bank Street Scene Rickshaw Coolie Cart

Vintage Old Postcard, Malaya Malay Straits Settlements, Penang. Hong Kong Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, Banking Corporation. Street Scene, Rickshaw, Coolie, Carts. 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 M.J. Penang

Price:£25.99€33.79US$35.61
Item 225545    
Penang India KE7 1a Sea Post Office 1904 Old UB Postcard Elephant Rider Mountain

Vintage Old Undivided Back Postcard. Ethnic Life. Penang. Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Elephant Rider, Native Houses Huts, Mountains. Postally Used in 1904 with British Indian King Edward 7th 1a stamp, tied Poss Road and Sea Post Office. 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.S. Mahomed Assan & Co. Penang

Price:£22.99€29.89US$31.5
Item 225544    
Penang KG6 10c Forces Mail 1919 Old Real Photo Postcard Tanjong, Bungah Village

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Ethnic Life. Penang. Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. Tanjong Tanjung Bungah Village, Penang. Palm Trees, Boats, Canoes. Postally Used in 1919 with Malaya Penang King George 6th 10c stamp, tied Penang 25 FEB 19. Forces Mail Air Mail. Sent from Penang to Birmingham England. KGVI 10c
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:£25.99€33.79US$35.61
Item 225517    
Penang Harbour Old Colour Postcard Boats Steamers Steam Ships Pier Jetty, Malaya

Vintage Colour Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang Harbour - Shipping. Boats, Steamers Steam Ships, Pier Jetty. 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$16.43
Item 225452    
Penang Old Real Photo Postcard Botanical Garden Botanic Gardens Entrance & Trees

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang, Botanical Garden, Botanic Gardens, Entrance and a Large Tree. 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$10.95
Item 225451    
Penang Old Real Photo Postcard Botanical Garden Botanic Gardens, Road Path Trees

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang, Botanical Garden, Botanic Gardens, 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:£5.99€7.79US$8.21
Item 225449    
Penang Old Real Photo Postcard Reservoir Botanical Garden Botanic Gardens Bridge

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang, Reservoir in Botanical Garden, Botanic Gardens, Palm Trees. Bridge. 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$16.43
Item 225444    
Penang Malaya Old Real Photo Postcard Street Scene, Tanjong Beach Batu Ferringhi

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malay Malaya. Singapore. View of Malaya. Palm Trees. Ethnic Life. Cart. Native Houses, Street Scene. Road sign : To Tanjong Beach Batu Ferringi. Batu Ferringhi. George Town. 檳城. Batu Ferringhi is a beach resort northwest of George Town, on Malaysia’s Penang Island.

Price:£16.99€22.09US$23.28
Item 225443    
Penang Old Real Photo Postcard Chinese Temple Ayer Itam Temple, Palm Tree Steps

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard, Malay Malaya Straits Settlements - Penang, Chinese Ayer Itam Temple, Aier Itam. Buddhist Temple. Chinese Temple. Steps. 極樂寺 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:£1.99€2.59US$2.73
Item 224610    
Penang Old Colour Postcard Landing Pier Ships Boats Harbour Natives, A. Kaulfuss

Vintage Old Colour Picture Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay Penang. Ethnic Life. Ships & Boats in Harbour, Native Men and Boy. 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:£11.99€15.59US$16.43
Item 224581    
Penang Old Tuck's Oilette Postcard Ditch of Fort Cornwallis, Bridge, Clock Tower

Vintage Old Colour Artist Art Drawn Tuck's Oilette Picture Postcard, Ditch of Fort Cornwallis, Bridge, Clock Tower, River. Malaya Straits Settlements, Malay. 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:£7.99€10.39US$10.95
Item 224580    
Penang Old Tuck's Oilette Postcard Ayer Itam Temple W. Wide World Series II 8962

Vintage Tuck's Oilette Art Artist Drawn Colour Old Picture Postcard. c.1920. Malaya Malay Straits Settlements. Penang. Ayer Itam Temple. 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:£7.99€10.39US$10.95
Item 224043    
Penang Old Postcard 3 Native Malay Boys by Traveller Tree Traveller's Palm Trees

Vintage Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang - Ethnic Life. 3 Native Malay Boys, Children, standing by Traveller Tree, Traveller's Palm. Travelling 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 M.J. Penang

Price:£9.99€12.99US$13.69
Item 223870    
Penang The Town Hall Old Postcard Tuck's Sepia No.893 Malaya Straits Settlements

Vintage Old Postcard, Tuck's Sepia No. 893. The Town Hall. Building. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. / 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 Sepia For Lock & Co. Penang

Price:£19.99€25.99US$27.39
Item 223869    
Penang Old Tuck's Oilette Postcard Victoria Pier Clock Tower Native Boats Harbor

Vintage Tuck's Oilette Art Artist Drawn Colour Old Picture Postcard. c.1920. Malaya Malay Straits Settlements. Penang. Victoria Pier. Native Boats, Harbour, Quay. Clock Tower. / 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 Keda, 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 Oilette Wide Wide World Penang Series II

Price:£16.99€22.09US$23.28
Item 223837    
Penang TANJONG BUNGAH, Beach Palm Trees Rocks Seaside Old Real Photo Postcard RP

Vintage Real Photo Photograph Photographic Old Postcard. Penang. Malaya Malay Straits Settlements. TANJONG BUNGAH. Palm Trees, Rocks, Beach, Seaside Panorama. 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$8.21
Item 223821    
Penang Malay Tiger 20c Old Tuck's Postcard Supreme Court, Street Rickshaw Coolie

Vintage Tuck's Old Postcard. Malay Malaya Straits Settlements. The Supreme Court. Penang. Street Scene, Rickshaws and Coolies. Ethnic Life. 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 Sepia Series Penang C.A. Ribeiro & Co. Ltd.

Price:£14.99€19.49US$20.54
Item 223819    
Penang Cricket Club Malaya Old Tuck's Oilette Postcard Sport Sports Artist Drawn

Vintage Old Colour Artist Art Drawn Postcard, Tuck's Oilette. The Penang Cricket Club. Sport. Sports. / 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 Wid Wide World Penang Series I.

Price:£22.99€29.89US$31.5
Item 222402    
Penang Straits Settlements KE7 3c 1911 Old Postcard Victoria Pier, Boats Harbour

Vintage Old Postcard. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay Penang. Victoria Pier, Native Boats in Harbour. Postally Used in 1911 with Straits Settlements King Edward 7th 3c stamp. Addressed to Holmfirth Yorkshire England. 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:£22.99€29.89US$31.5
Item 222397    
Penang Batu Ferringhi Feringgi Beach Palm Trees Panorama Old Real Photo Postcard

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Picture Post Card. Straits Settlements Malaya Malay. Penang. Batu Ferringhi Feringgi, Beach, Palm Trees, Seaside Panorama. Batu Ferringhi is a suburb of George Town in Penang, Malaysia. Located along the northern coast of Penang Island, it is the prime beach destination in Penang among locals and tourists. To cater to the influx of tourists, several major high-rise hotels have been established along the 4km stretch of beaches, including the Hard Rock Hotel.

Price:£11.99€15.59US$16.43