Postcard value UK

Found an Old Postcard and wonder if it has any value?

In General it will only be worth a few pence up to a few pounds

There are of course some that will be valued at hundreds of pounds

Art Deco / Art Nouveau Cards can fall into this range it all depends on the Artist

There will be a form below to send a picture of your postcard for users of the site to view and comment on the market value

Remember 10 different dealers / Collectors will ask 10 different prices for the same card, but you will be albe to get an idea if it's a few pence or much better...

Please try to photograph or scan both the front of the Postcard and the back of the Postcard much of the information is in most cases on the back of the postcard

The Early Cards Pre 1902 had a plain back, but will still have been used after this date

After this the UK was the first country to divide the back of the postcard to allow for the address and message to be on the same side.

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