French embroidered souvenir postcard

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Date:1914 - 1918 (c.)

Description:Embroidered voile, framed with embossed white card. Embroidered with a ring of flowers in blue, green, cream and purple with an embroidered inscription 'Ne m'oubliez pas' ('don't forget me'). Sent to the Smith family of Little Haywood during World War I.

From the Staffordshire County Museum collection.


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1790s
Needlework sampler by Frances Francis, aged 12
Needlework sampler by Frances Francis, aged 12

Linen background. Worked in cotton thread in shades of green, brown, red, purple, ...

1830s
Branch coloured on the spot
Branch coloured on the spot

A watercolour and pencil sketch of a birch log by Great Haywood born artist Thomas ...

1850s
Promethius Chained
Promethius Chained

Pen and wash drawing by Great Haywood born sculptor and artist Samuel Peploe Wood ...

1910s
Helena Mary Shelley, Little Haywood
Helena Mary Shelley, Little Haywood

This is believed to be a portrait photograph of Helena Mary Shelley of Little Haywood, ...

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Donor ref:75.069.0013 (37/27440)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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