Shakespeare Cards Published by Raphael Tuck
A Boy and a Girl. 761. "The course of true love never did run smooth."
A Gretna Green Elopement. 9649. "Alls Well That Ends Well."
Animal Studies, Series 1352. "I would be friends with you." "Make use of time."
Art Postcard Series 966. "How shall we beguile the loss of time if not with some delight."
Art Postcard. No. 3684, (I would be friends).
Asti. 6295. Juliet.
At the Tryst. 8063. "The course of true love."
British Character Studies. 6389. An English Rustic ("I earn that I eat"). A Chelsea Pensioner ("For mine own part").
Calendar Postcard, sepia-tone. No. 286. Romeo and Juliet, III, v. No. 5883. Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, III, v; Ferdinand and Miranda, The Tempest, III, i; Titania and Bottom, Midsummer Nights Dream, IV, i; Imogen in the Cave, Cymbeline, III, v; Othello and Desdemona, Othello, V, ii.
Christmas Series. No. C1848, "I wish you all the joy." No. C2016, "I wish you all the joy." No. C3739, "Health and fair time of day." No. C4052, "Health, peace and sweet content." C5190, "Frame your mind to mirth and merriment."
Connoisseur Series. 2731. Beatrice.
Coronation Postcard. Series 610. "All days of glory, joy and happiness." "Many years of happy days befall!" Series 608 I. "God and his angels guard your throne." "God give your graces both a happy and a joyful time of day." Series 611. "Long live our sovereign, Englands king."
Diabolo. 9564. "How shall we beguile the loss of time?"
Diabolo. N49. "Diabolo Ho!"
Dream of Fair Women. Series I. No. 2942, "See how she leans her cheek upon her hand." Series III, No, 2944, "Shes beautiful; and therefore to be wood."
Early Victorian. 3810. Series III. Romeo and Juliet, painted by Jennie Harbour.
Empire Postcard. 239, "She shall be the happiness of England." 249, "Fortune and victory sit on thy helm." 609, "All days of glory" (three generations of royal family).
Empire Postcard. No. 1435, "Health and fair time of day." No. 1436, "God give your graces both." No. 1411, "Ay, every inch a king!" No. 1412, "The dews of heaven fall thick" (Queen Alexandra).
Empire Postcard. Series 859. "I had rather have such men my friends" (De Wet, Botha, Delay).
For the Governors, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon. Six cards of original theatre and the memorial art gallery.
Forest Whispers. No. 8676, "To Bee or Not to Bee?"
Happy Hours Series of New Year Post Cards. No. 602. "Now stand you on the top of happy hours" (Shakespeare).
Heraldic cards (no name). 21c (Cowper: "Slaves cannot breathe"). 22c (Tennyson: "O loyal to the royal in thyself"). 19d (Scott: "To horse!"). 21a (Shakespeare: "This precious stone set in the silver sea"). 20c (Crabbe: "Soldiers in arms!"). 20e (Cowper, "He holds no parley with unmanly fears"). 20b (Shakespeare: "It is most meet we arm").
Humorous. 6086. Shakespeare Illustrated (Fuller). "Fly further off, my lord" (Julius Caesar). "Past, and to come seems best; things present, worst" (Henry IV, pt. 2). "Will this year neer be mended?" (Troilus and Cressida).
Humour of Life. 6440. "Bait the hook well, this fish will bite."
Kings and Queens of England, Series 617. Edward VII ("Long live our sovereign, Englands King"). Edward VII ("Ever beloved and loving may his rule be"). Edward VII ("Good morrow to my sovereign king.")
Landscape Christmas Series, No. 537. "And frame your mind to mirth"
Little Hollanders. 906. "For the rain, it raineth every day."
Men of Letters, Series I, Postcard 2698. Shakespeare
Newyear Series. N1848. "Nothing gainst Times scythe." N1849. "I count myself in nothing else so happy."
No. C2005 ("Hath not old custom made this life more sweet?").
Norfolk Broads. 9708. (set of six, just one Shakespeare). Fritton Decoy.
Oxford Pageant. Series III. 9518. Visit of James I to Oxford.
Phil May. 1295. "I like your silence" (Winters Tale, V, iii). "Pray thee, take pains" (Merchant of Venice, II, i). "I am thy fathers spirit" (Hamlet, I, v). "Fairness which strikes the eye" (Cymbeline, V, v). "How sad sweet music is" (Richard II, V, 5).
Real Photograph Postcard. No. 3, Violet Vanbrugh.
Rembrandesque. Series 829. Lady Macbeth.
Sailor Laddie. 6415. "Blow, blow, thou winter wind."
Shakespeare Illustrated by Phil May. 1771. "For whom this hungry war opens his vasty jaws." "Heavens, how deeply you at once do touch me."
Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, For the Governors. After the Water Colour Drawing of Charles Cattermole, R.I. (? cards in the set) May Day Sports at Shottery--Shakespeare the Victor. Shakespeare Hunting by Moonlight. Shakespeare before Sir Thomas Lucy. Shakespeare Leaving Home--the Farewell. The Christening at Stratford-on-Avon. Shakespeare Meets the Strolling Players. Ben Jonson Visits Shakespeare in London. Shakespeare Acting before Queen Elizabeth. In the Green Room. Shakespeare Reading "The Merry Wives of Windsor" to Queen Elizabeth. Shakespeares Return to Stratford-on-Avon. Shakespeare with His Friends at the New Place. Shakespeares Last Hours at the New Place.
Shakespeare Postcard. No. ?, "Theres rosemary, thats for remembrance." No. 845, Hamlet, "To be be or not to be." No. 846, II,2 (Hamlet and Polonius). No. 847, Hamlet, "I knew him, Horatio." No. 850, Hamlet, "The Friends thou hast. . . ." (Polonius). No. 851, Hamlet and his fathers ghost, II.5. No. 852, Hamlet, "I have remembrances of yours." No. 853, Ophelia in the stream, IV,7. No. 854, The guards and the ghost, I.1. No. 856, "The plays the thing." No. 849, Hamlet and Claudius, III, 3.
Shakespeare Up-to-Date. 958. "Why art thou thus attired?"
Shakespeares Country. 7442. Series III. Old Cottage, Welford-on-Avon. Anne Hathaways Cottage. Glove-Makers Cottage, Broad. Marston. Old Cottage, Wixford. Old Pebworth
Shakespeares Country. 7492. Series IV. Anne Hathaways Cottage. Stratford-on-Avon. Mary Ardens Cottage. Holy Trinity Church. On the Avon. Warwick Castle
Shakespeares Country. 7526. Series V. American Memorial Fountain. The Avenue, Holy Trinity. Harvard House. Stratford-on-Avon Chapel Street. Chancel, Holy Trinity Church. Grammar School and Alms House.
Shakespeares Country. 7646. Series VI. Welford, summer evening. Welford, Lych Gate. Welford on Avon.
Shakespeares Country. 7731. Series VI. The Beauchamp Chapel. St. Marys Church. Guy's Cliffe Mill, Warwick. Leicesters Hospital. Warwick Castle. The Dole, St. Marys Church. Hayfield, Warwick.
Shakespeares Country. 7732. Series VII. Anne Hathaways Cottage. Anne Hathaways Cottage (woman knitting). Grammar School. Stratford, view from the river. Birthplace. Stratford, the hotel
Shakespeares Country. 7733. Series VIII. Five-Gabled House, Long Itchington. Maxstoke Castle. Rugby School. Compton Wyngates. Arbury. Berkswell.
Shakespeares Country. 7734. Series IX. Aston Cantlow. "Haunted" Hillborough. Little Walford, Manor House. The Lion Inn at Dunchurch. Dunchurch. Bidford Bridge.
Shakespeares Country. Oilette. 1468. Guys Cliff Mill (summer). Warwick Castle. Guys Cliff House. Guys Cliff Mill (winter)
Shakespeares Country. Oilette. 6172. Kenilworth Castle. Adelaide Bridge, Leamington. Warwick Castle from the Bridge
Shakespeares Country. Oilette. 6173. Guys Cliff Mill. The Grounds, Warwick Castle. Warwick, Castle, from the Bridge. Kenilworth Castle
Shakespeares Country. Oilette. 7860. Series X. Shakespeares Birthplace. Holy Trinity Church.
Shakespeares Heroes and Heroines. No. 1276 "Ill see before I doubt" Othello, III.iii. Portia: "The quality of mercy is not strained." Hamlet, "To be or not to be." Series No. 1277. Florizel and Perdita: "Daffodils. . . ." Rosalind: "I cannot be out of the sight of Orlando." Series No. 1278 Juliet: "O, Romeo, Romeo!" II, ii. Olivia and Maria: "Why, whats the matter?" III, iv. Romeo and Juliet, "I will omit no opportunity. . . ." Kate: "Why, sir, I trust I may have leave to speak." Petruchio: "What masking stuff is here? Whats this? A sleeve?"
Shakespeare. Merry Wives of Windsor. 467. "Lets be avenged on him," II, i. 469, "Better three hours too soon, than a minute too late," II, ii. 470. "Master Shallow, you have yourself been a great fighter," II, iii. 471. "She shall not see me," III, iii. 472. "Help to cover your master, boy," III, iii. 473. "And tis the very riches of theyself that now I am at," III. iv. 474. "In my house I am sure he is," IV, ii. 475. "Out, out! Ill conjure you," IV, ii. 476. Better a little chiding," V, iii. 477. "Pinch him, fairies, mutually," V, v.
Sir Henry Irving. 6671. Statue of Henry Irving as Hamlet.
Stage Favorites. 2192. E. H. Sothern as Hamlet.
Stratford-on-Avon. 5592. Multiview of Stratford.
Stratford-on-Avon. Glosso. 5618. Series II. Memorial Theatre
Stratford-on-Avon. Oilette. 774. Shakespeares Birthplace. Holy Trinity Church. The Avon, from Memorial Theatre Tower. Anne Hathaways Cottage, Shottery. Memorial Theatre. Birthroom [Two types of 774: one has smaller illustration and a description on the back].
Stratford-on-Avon. Oilette. 7179. Library, Grammar School. Washington Irving Room, Red Horse Hotel. Masons Court. Portrait Room, birthhouse. Bedroom, Shakespeares house. Old Houses, Sheep Street. Old Court, Sheep Street.
Stratford-on-Avon. Oilette. 7920. Guild Chapel and School, High Street. Shakespeares birthplace. Stratford Church, from an unused lock
Through the Woods. 9706. (set of six, one Shakespeare). "The weary sun hath made a golden set."
Victorious Peace Series. Postcard No. P3261. "The day is ours, Salutation and greeting to you!"
Warwick. 7957. West Gate and Leycester Hospital.
White World. 5325. Series II. "Lusty winter." "Regions of thick-ribbed ice."