Postcards Views of Edinburgh

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List of Photographers/Publishers

Post Card Views of

 Edinburgh

Yellow background denotes an Edinburgh photographer or publisher.

Green background denotes  photographer or publisher from elsewhere.

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NMS Edinburgh

This illustration of  the Museum of Scotland in Chamber Street shows a cross-section of the new museum, with the frontage removed to show the interior.  This card has  been produced on behalf of the Board of Trustees of the National Museums of Scotland.

-  Museum of Scotland

NPO  Belfast

I have only seen one postcard by this publisher.  The series is 'NPO Dexter'.  It is described as 'Litho Canada'.  It is a view of the Floral Clock, photographed in 1963

- Floral Clock, Princes Street Gardens (RNLI)

-  National Library of Scotland  Edinburgh [Crown Copyright]

- Map of Lothians (J & C Bleau, 1654)

-  National Museums of Scotland

Reproduction of an old postcard.  The postcard below comes from  the collection of Malcolm Cant

- Shop at 73 Broughton Street   Not posted

-  National Trust for Scotland

The National Trust range includes cards from Dixon, Forbes, Stirling and others

On sale 2001

Also:

- North side of Charlotte Square

- J Naylor & Co, Pioneers  Leith, Edinburgh

Newhaen Road  -  One of the new electric trams in 1905

I have only seen two postcards by J Naylor & Co of Leith.  Both are of views in or around Newhaven.  One of them is illustrated above

Pioneer Series

- Newhaven Road:  one of the new electric trams  Posted 1905

- Annfield, Newhaven:  with electric trams  Posted 1907

-  Neilson Scott

I have only seen one card from Neilson Scott. It is a black and white 'real photo' card.

- Old stage road, Fountainhall

Nimmo  Leith, Edinburgh

Nimmo Postcard  -  Jock Howieson's House, Cramond Brig

1.

- George Street

- Scott Monument

- Canongate

- Lochend, Leith

- Edinburgh Castle (by Archibald Inglis)

Most of the Nimmo cards that I have were posted between 1904 and 1908.  One was posted in 1914.

2.  Ingle Series

- Princes Street

I have many more Nimmo postcards of Edinburgh, still to be added to the lists above.

3. Printed by Nimmo, Leith, Edinburgh

The Address side of the card below carried a message saying that the card was issued free with Shurey's Publications.

-  Dean Bridge, Edinburgh
-  Old Tolbooth, Canongate, Edinburgh
St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh
-  St Bernard's Well, Edinburgh  646
-  George Street, Edinburgh.  648
-  Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh. 649.

John McWilliam, Rainham, Kent, who told me of the Nimmo postcards produced for Shurey's Publications (above) tells me that the one he has seen is an artist impression rather than from a photographic source, and that it t is likely that all the Nimmo-Shurey cards were similarly produced.

- J Naylor & Co, Pioneers  Leith, Edinburgh

Newhaen Road  -  One of the new electric trams in 1905

I have only seen one postcard by J Naylor & Co of Leith.  It is illustrated above

- Newhaven Road:  one of the new electric trams

Posted 1905

North British Railway Company  London

This postcard comes from the collection of Malcolm Cant.

- North British Station Hotels, Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow  Posted 1909

 

 

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