Postcard find


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I hope you can help. I recently came in to possession of a postcard which has a stamp and post mark for 1912. The sender of the postcard inscribes 'that it is a quick line to let you know that I am still living. I'm off to Portsmouth to find work'. The name of the sender is not legible though the address is .... 41 Royal Oak Mews, Eaton Square, London SW. Could it be from a survivior of the titanic since the front has a picture of the ship and a note that 1635 people perished I may wish to sell it

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Dave Gittins

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I can tell you that none of the crew lived at that address at the time the crew signed on.

I believe these old cards can fetch a fair amount, even if they are not directly connected to a survivor. Somebody more expert might like to comment.
 
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