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Pictorial Publications and Postcards

To order items from the shop please complete the order form on our main shop page and send with payment to the museum.

Wimbledon Historical GlimpseB12     Wimbledon Historical Glimpse
This book shows through pictures the history of Wimbledon. It enables you to trace the changes that have taken place over the years to the area.
£0.20 each






Mitcham FairB24 Mitcham Fair
A look back at the history of Mitcham Fair in photographs, some over a 100 years old.
£0.20 each






Waddon PondsC1       Waddon Ponds
This is a postcard showing a view of the ponds in the 1970’s.
£0.20 each





C2       Young's Brewery
A series of five postcards showing (1) The Tack Room, (2) The Shire Show Team, (3) Wandle Buster and (4) The Copper Hops. Each sold separately.
£0.20 each



Wandle BusterThe Copper Hops








WimbledonC3       Pastime Postcards
Sets of postcards showing views of Wimbledon, Morden or Mitcham. Each set contains four postcards of the individual area.
£0.20 each












Culvers MillC4       Wandle Postcards
A series of seven postcards showing views of the River Wandle through early photographs and paintings. Views are Culvers Mill, Middle Mill and Windmill at Wandsworth, Deeds Mill, Surrey Iron Railway Terminus, Croydon Church, Croydon Old Palace and The Watermeads. Sold separately or as a set of seven.
£0.20 each


Middle Mill and Windmill at Wandsworth

Deeds Mill







Surrey Iron Railway Terminus

Croydon Church







Croydon Old Palace

The Watermeads







African MarigoldC6       Morris Photo-cards
This is a series of eight photo-cards showing patterns from William Morris & Co. They include: Lodden, Wandle, Strawberry Thief, The Forest, Rose and Lily, Kennett, Cray and African Marigold. Sold separately.
£0.30 each. Full set of all eight cards £2.00













WandleThe ForestCray

Rose and LilyStrawberry Thief

Wandle Tapestry PostcardC7     Wandle Tapestry Postcard
This is a postcard of the tapestry that hangs on the wall of the Mayor of Merton’s office.