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Historical Origin Of England

Understanding the historical origin of England cannot be done in isolation of Britain. Both tend to complement each other. It seems difficult to know when to utilize the term England or Britain. In this article, we shall be looking at the various historical events, periods that usher in present-day England. We shall be looking at the following:

  • Historical Origin Of England

  • Prehistorical Origin

  • The Anglo-Saxon Migration

  • The End Of Roman Rule In Britain

  • Norman Expedition invasion

  • Wars Of The Roses

  • Colonial England / English Civil War

  • Restoration Of The Monarchy

  • Glorious Revolution

  • Bill Of Rights

  • The Creation Of United Kingdom

  • Industrial Revolution

  • 20th and 21st Centuries

  • Modern England

Prehistorical Origin

This is the period before AD 43. Prehistory entails the period before written documents. This is the period of human history in England and beyond. The earliest known humans came into these lands within 800,000 years ago. Prehistory goes beyond the Roman invasion in AD 43. It involves a hundred thousand years before the commencement of history. The land now known as England undergoes huge climatic, political, societal, technological, geological changes.

The British became inhabited more than 800,000 years ago due to stone tools and footprints discovery at Happisburgh. The earliest evidence for early modern humans in northwest Europe. Human habitation in England dates back to 13,000 years ago towards the end of the last glacial period. This region has several remains like Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age, i.e. Stone Age, Iron Age. The south part of Britain was inhabited by the Celtic people referred to as Britons, Belgic tribes inclusive. In AD 43 the Roman conquest of Britain began. The Roman maintained total control of the province of Britannia till the beginning of the 5th century.

The Anglo-Saxon Migration

Due to the breakdown of Roman rule in Britain from the middle of the 4th century, present-day England was increasingly settled by Germanic groups which are popularly known as Anglo-Saxons. This comprises Angles and Saxons from what is now known as Danish/German border. The battle of Deorham established Anglo-Saxon rule in 577. Saxon mercenaries existed in Britain even before the late period of Roman rule. Nature and detail information about this invasion was not fully known.

There are seven kingdoms traditionally identified as being established by these Saxon migrants. Three were clustered in the South east (Sussex, Kent, and Essex). The midlands were dominated by the kingdoms of Mercia and East Anglia.


The End Of Roman Rule In Britain

The end of Roman control and subjugation in Britain facilitated the Anglo-Saxons origin. That is the collection of various Germanic people. Several kingdoms were established that became the primary power in modern-day England and some parts of southern Scotland. The old English language was introduced to replace the previous British language. The Anglo-Saxons battle with British successor states and other parts like the old north, western Britain. Until AD 800, the Norsemen settled in the larger parts of what we now knew as England. Several rulers try to unite the various Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. This action brought about the Kind of England by the 10th century.


Norman Expedition invasion

England was invaded and conquered in 1066 by a Norman. The Norman dynasty was established in England. This was carried out by William the Conqueror and ruled England. He ruled England for half a century. He stays till the period of Anarchy also known as the period of a succession crisis in 1135-1154.

Wars Of The Roses

England became under the rulership of House of Plantagenet (Kingdom of France). Magna Carta was signed. A succession crisis in France (1337-1453) led to a hundred years war. A series of conflicts of the same nations. England became embroiled with its own succession wars. The war between the House of York and the House of Lancaster both from the House Of Plantagenet.  Lancastrian Henry Tudor ended the War of Roses and further established the Tudor dynasty in 1485.

Colonial England / English Civil War

During the reign of Tudors and later the Stuart dynasty. England became under colonial power. During this period the English civil took place. This civil emanated among the Parliamentarians and the Royalists. This war resulted in the execution of King Charles I in 1649. This led to the creation of several republican governments, the first was a Parliamentary republic known as the Commonwealth of England between 1649-1653. Later the military took over, under the rulership of Oliver Cromwell known as The Protectorate between 1653 to 1659. In 1660 the Stuarts returned to power. The struggle for power and religion led to the deposition of another king, James II.

Restoration Of The Monarchy

In 1660 the monarchy was restored with King Charles Ii returning to London. However, the power of the crown was reduced before the civil war. in the 18th century, England rivaled with the Netherlands. In 1665 London was swept by the plague, and in 1666 by the Great Fire that lasted for 5 days which devastated over 15000 buildings making people homeless.


Glorious Revolution

In 1680, the Exclusion crisis was an attempt to deny James the heir to Charles II, from ascending the throne. Various fractions were formed to replace in by Mary Husband (Prince William III of Orange that became the Glorious Revolution. In November 1688, William invaded England and succeeded in being the crowned. James tried to regain the throne in the Williamite War, but he failed and was defeated at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690.


Bill Of Rights

This is the most important constitutional documents in the History of England that were passed in December 1689. This document or the Bill restated and confirmed many provisions previous Declaration of Rights, established restrictions and control on the royal prerogative. For instance, the Sovereign could not suspend laws passed by Parliament, Levy taxes without parliamentary consent infringe the right of petition, raise a standing army during peacetime or peace talk without Parliamentary consent, unduly interference with parliamentary elections, and more were checkmated.

In some parts of Scotland and Ireland, Catholics loyal to James refuse to accept King William as the crown king, this led to a series of bloody uprisings. The most popular example of this policy was the Massacre of Glencoe in 1692, Jacobite rebellions that continued till mid 18t century.

The Creation Of United Kingdom

In 1707 the Acts of Union between the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland were a pair Parliament Acts were passed by both Parliaments. This Act of Union dissolved the existing system. This usher in the kingdom of Great Britain governed by a unified Parliament of Great Britain based on the Treaty Union. This Acts combined the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland that were previously separated, with the separate legislature but the same monarch. Now one kingdom of Great Britain. On May 1, 1707, the Scots Parliament and the English Parliament were joined together to form Parliament of Great Britain. This Acts is also known Union of The Parliaments.

Industrial Revolution

In the late 18th century and early 19th centuries, technological advancement resulted in the Industrial Revolution which transforms the major part of the society. This period also launched in mechanization and dramatic social change. This period ushered in high productivity in the economy. There was an increase in output per worker. The numbers of factories increase, and there was a massive production. This industrial revolution is the period that cannot be forgotten in the historical origin of the United Kingdom. There was an increase in the Agricultural workforce, the workforce was moved from rural areas to the urban centers for high productivity.

20th and 21st Centuries

Due to the dramatic change in every facet of Britain’s economy that was preceded by the industrial revolution era. There became a prolonged agricultural depression in Britain at the end of the 19th century. There was also a high level of taxation in the 2oth century on inherited wealth. This put an end to agricultural land which is the primary source of wealth among the upper classes. Several estates were sold off and destroyed. This trend continued until the introduction of protection for agricultural tenancies thereby promoting and encouraging outright sales from the mid-20th century period.

Modern England

This involves the 18 to 19 century period. The Acts of Union made modern-day England a reality. Following the creation of the United Kingdom, the history of England is no longer the history of a sovereign nation, instead of the history of one of the countries of the United Kingdom. Today’s England has become a place to reckon with.


On the final note, above events, wars, habitation and more are the major factors that gave birth to present-day England. It should be noted that Britain and England’s historical origin cannot be discus in isolation of anyone. Both work hand in hand. Also, there are several periods, events that make England of today. In order to be a good history student or historian, there is a need to look at the above historical origin of England.

We have seen Many Old English  Vintage Postcards from England, and have been so amazed by their images.  In the United States, Pictures 200-330 years old is amazing but when you look into the History of England you have great respect for the Age and  World Changing History that has surrounded her.  At one time it managed a great portion of the world from its small shores.  Just to manage and handle that amount of territory gives a great amount of respect for their abilities.  Greg and I have dome Mission work in Guyana, South America, for 30 years.  When you talk to any of the older generations in that country.  When England managed the country, they remember a great time of Prosperity.  When we walked down the streets of Georgetown – you can see the magnificence of what was once there in the past

Below is a Large list of Antique English Postcards with current pricing.  You can view Major Cities of  England and we placed them from the Largest Population in descending order.  We also put a list of some of the Great Moments of History in the Last 200 Years.  Included is also a list of some of the Masters of Art and Photography that we can locate on so many British Vintage Postcards.  Enjoy Darlene

We are Going To Journey  back to early history of England just for a quick summary because England has such played such a part in shaping the whole history of the world as we know it today,  the way it’s managing and through its conquering and through all the fiscal responsibility that is taken has shaped many of the countries we  know including our own here in the United States, and many of the ones overseas another countries,

Ancient Old English Pre – Postcard History

This also includes the country of Ireland is part of the United Kingdom and so it’s one total nation we look at it today

Journeying Back over 2000 years ago England was inhabited by the Celtic population that lived on the island subjects of the Keltic population.   It was quite primitive but again it was a and had a great agricultural base in as far as growing in providing food.  Trade movie tween the island of England and also the mainland of Europe, and also unfortunately many times during their history of a lot of invading armies came from the mainland of Europe over to England going across during that time. There was much fighting among the tribes that lived on the island with many forts castles,  protective Fortresses and Moats to protect against the many inter-country Conflicts.

The Druids

Looking at the Countries religion, they practiced a Pagan Rites religion and it had its roots in the Druidism that was in the European country.   The Druids were involved politically they were involved religiously they were involved medically with many doctors, there were in their religion they were historians they were very much a group of elite people that ended up, looking over the nation.  Much of what we know is from history and archaeology that is showing that they use human sacrifice in their worship.

The druids are at that time getting really did not believe in writing anything down or any kind of handwriting or Cuniform or any type of hieroglyphs at all,  so everything was done by oral traditions. Much of what we know is to archaeology and also the Roman written records, They kept detailed records of the land called Britannia.

Roman Conquest of Brittany

In 55 BC Julius Caesar,  Julius Caesar I believe in 54 and also and 53  tried to invade England at the time for his political enemies back at home, to show his strength he tried to lay siege,  but he failed in both attempts to attack Brittany

In 43 AD 40,000 soldiers set sail for Britain from Rome, Claudius Caesar, Emporer at this time,  was the one who initiated the seige again for political reasons.  He was viewed as a very weak leader and wanted to show his strength.  he wanted to capture Britania.   England at the time was considered as the edge of the world.  So Many of the attacking soldiers became scared of demons and the like because of the superstitions.  When the Romans landed they received no opposition from the native coastal armies.   there were several tribes it could have but they thought that the Romans would turn and flee before they arrived. But the Romans did Land they conquered a small portion of the land they established the Fort and build an arch in a triumph of their victory.

Where they established and landed there and they set up there for it then he preceded to move inland to take more of the country of Brittany a thought in the name of the Romans.  Many of the tribes of Brittany quickly surrendered to the Romans even before any Britany battles took place, they had heard how fierce of the Romans were, and if you recall from history that the Roman military machine was used to take it over the world was a mighty force attacking Britains at the time?

When Claudius eventually arrived in Britain he came celebrating his victory in he came riding upon an elephant to show his might.  People within the tribes that were there, had never seen an elephant so it was a mighty powerful entrance.  At that time his conquest of all of England was now part of the Roman empire.

Romans Left great Infrastructure – Roads, Aqua ducts, and Military Example

With Romes help the control of Britanni began in approximately 410 AD so probably 450 to 500 years, was the span of their control.  That is quite along time when you think that the United States might be around 250 years old now.  As time went on the Roman Empire became weaker and weaker and it did not have the finances or the military might to can continue controlling a lot of its outlying Providence in so it basically withdrew from Britanni and leaving it in control of itself as the Roman Empire began to shrink.  One of the most powerful things in lasting memories of the Romans is they built my Stone roads, infrastructure aqueducts to carry water,  things that would continue to benefit written even after the Roman Empire had faded into the past.    As Roman surrendered control back to Britania you know many of the Romans were still there but they did not have the finances to continue the control of Britain was surrendered to its own will,  it slowly began to change back to what we know the beginnings of the country of England it will see now.  Even though Roman Control was relinquished,  they pleaded with the Roman Roman government to take back control, but Rome never did.

At this time they begin to even have their own military and of course, they patterned did off the Romans who had controlled the country for so many years.  Over the next years of internal wars began to take place in the country of England,  between the Britons and the Saxons in through many battles, eventually, the Saxons were defeated and this became the beginning point of what we know as England today.

King Arthur and Knights of Round Table

It is at this period in English history that we began hearing legends about the legendary King Arthur and his knights of the round table.

There in the next 400 years, England saw a great migration from people from the north and the islands and also from the Europe mainland migrating into Britain and becoming part of the population. During the seventh century is when the island of England began to convert to Christianity.  It was receiving its Christian influence from Ireland and from the mainland in Europe and all the outside areas around England are where Christianity was established and then it was slowly infant rating into England itself.

Is that at this time that we see the rise of the Sea Thriving Vikings that terrorizes the country for 200 years surrounding England in the countries around the coast coming from North Denmark   It was called the Viking age?

In 860 AD Vikings assemble an army to take over Britannia.  They continue to invade England made the larger sections of England surrender to them without any battles at all the size of the Viking force although it was mighty was very small under 1000 men.  It was very successful for its fierceness.   In  878 D Brittany begins to put up such a strong battle that it halted the Vikings and began to drive them back.  This time in point with the Vikings was being driven back their losing and they began their control of England and we start seeing the basis of what England is to develop and become.

It is at this time we see the rise of the King in England,  King Edward being the first.

In 1189 – we find  “King Richard the Lionhearted” was at this time.  King Richard spent very little time of his own it home barely 6 months the rest of his time was spent at home in England He spent most of his life in battles on the holy wars in France and Egypt.   On the battlefield and had a reputation even from an early age of being a strong Warrior.  He died from an arrow wound in 1199, that had become infected.  King Richards’s brothers were named John and later he succeeded Richard and became King John,   he had earlier led a  rebellion against his father and also King Richard in the past.  This is the time that we see the notable rise of the legend of Robin Hood.  He was fighting the battle against corrupt that King John who was stealing from the poor of the Kingdom.  He Robbed the rich to give back to the poor.

Black Death Hits Brittany

In 1348 Ad. This is where we see the beginning of the Black Death that would sweep across the nation so many people would die from the disease being carried by pest rats.  Claimed the lives of over 6,000,000 English men alone,  France also lost half of its population in as it subsided it came back also in the 1360s to it again

France’s Joan of Arc – 19 Year Old Girl Commander

Joan of Arc shows up at this time.  She was at this time the hero for the country of France in his battles against England.  She claims to have had a vision that it was her duty to drive English people out of France.  Through several successive victories and threw her prophesying over winning those victories Joan of Arc was made commander of the armies of France.  She had Gone from Farm Girl to Commander.  It was not long until she was captured at a very young age because she was only 19 years old when she was captured and turned over to English,  They then took Her and burned her at the stake.  Even though this was happening the french were winning the war.  England at this time lost all land in the country of France.

In 1553 Mary Queen of Scotts became Queen.  She now was a messenger of Catholicism.  She Burned 300 protestants alive to make that happen – So this is where she got the Term “Bloody Mary”  She was succeeded by Elizabeth would rule for 50 Years.  – bringing in the Golden Age – Called the Elizabethian Era.  She proceeded to move England back to Protestantism, opposite Queen Mary.    Elizabeth never married and got the title: The Virgin Queen”  The State of Virginia was named after her.  She did attempt to avoid conflict through her rule.

This is the Time period that Shakespeare did much of his literary work.  Also Francis Drake, and the defeat of the Spanish Armada.

In the Chart Below we are listing many of the Old Postcards people are collecting.  We have listed the major Cities in England.  They are sorted in descending order by Population.  It also has info on their current market value pricing.  You can use this table to Check Antique Value on This Website.

United Kingdom City Postcard Value Calculator - How Much is Postcard Worth

United Kingdom Cities PostcardsCountryAverage $$ Hi - LoNumber of PostcardsEbay Link to Postcards
Over 4 Million Cards
Birmingham England PostcardsEngland$ 6.50$ 496.78 / .992,821Postcards
Leeds England PostcardsEngland$ 6.61$ 92.43 / .21645Postcards
Glasgow Scotland PostcardsScotland$ 7.02$ 860.00 / .311,313Postcards
Sheffield England PostcardsEngland$ 14.99$ 87.43 / .017744Postcards
Manchester England PostcardsEngland$ 9.52$ 80.42 / .065,566Postcards
Edinburgh Scotland PostcardsScotland$ 5.99$ 76.48 / 1.692,060Postcards
Liverpool England PostcardsEngland$ 3.51$ 104.38 / .451,362Postcards
Bristol England PostcardsEngland$ 5.78$ 75.00 / .793,524Postcards
Cardiff Wales PostcardsWales$ 5.30$ 116.58 / .11386Postcards
Belfast Ireland PostcardsIreland$ 4.64$ 399.00 / .091,596Postcards
Leicester England PostcardsEngland$ 5.99$ 47.36 / .17465Postcards
Wakefield England PostcardsEngland$ 4.95$ 25.00 / .06690Postcards
Coventry England PostcardsEngland$ 6.88$ 53.99 / .06406Postcards
Nottingham England PostcardsEngland$ 7.03$ 37.09 / .25388Postcards
New Castle England PostcardsEngland$ 4.92$ 136.35 / >063,489Postcards
Sunderland England PostcardsEngland$ 8.00$ 95.38 / .11246Postcards
Brighton England PostcardsEngland$ 9.99$ 198.70 / .112,035Postcards
Kingston England PostcardsEngland$ 3.86$ 55.00 / .013,354Postcards
Plymouth England PostcardsEngland$ 9.00$ 66.00 / .116,144Postcards
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The next table we built is a table that is listing all the major events not all of them but most of the major big of major events that happened during the 200 years of English history surrounding postcard being printed and distributed.   You’ll be able to see the event,  the date that it took place,  you also be able to see the name and they’ll be a link on the backside where you can go to a specific search that will show you the eBay listings for that type of postcard under that great event that happened in England.

Old Postcards United Kingdom / UK/ England History

DateEventsDescriptionNumber of PostcardsEbay Postcards Over 4 Million PostcardsLink
1863First Underground Train - London PostcardsFirst In London8Postcards
1912Stainless Steel PostcardsInvented
1914English WWI Postcards
Enters WWI
Enters war228Postcards
1939English WWII Postcards
Enters WWII
Enters war69Postcards
1979Margaret Thatcher PostcardsBecome Prime Ministers6Postcards
1985Bradford Fire PostcardsStadium Fire3Postcards
1996UEFA Euro 1996 PostcardsEngland Host30Postcards
1997Tony Blair Prime Minister Postcards35Postcards
1997Diana Dies PostcardsPrincess Diana of Wales696Postcards
2003England Wins Rugby Cup PostcardsDefeating Austrailia36Postcards
2005Bombing Londons Subways PostcardsPublic Transportation30Postcards
20122012 Summer Olympics PostcardsLondon28Postcards

Vintage Postcard Major Events in English History

  • 1863 First Underground Train in London

    • At the beginning of 1863, January 10th. was when the first underground train in London.   It was actually not only the first subway in London but it was actually the first subway in the world.  Digging a hole underneath the city and sending a  train down in the tunnels seemed like far fetch future.  People simply thought that it would fail it cost about $100 Million if you converted the time the money that during that time in the hard currency of today so it’s was a very expensive project.  On January 10th at morning 30,000 people went down underground in the subway system to travel on that new train for a train ride of approximately 4 miles

    • It took 3 years to construct the underground railway. It was called the Metropolitan Railway.system.  At the time London was one of the largest cities in the world, and the population was so great that it was totally always in the state of congestion between all the traffic on the roads, the carts the horses, railways, the shop suppliers making it impossible to move around.   So it was a very great event that took place in the city officials hope that if it succeeded it would help start freeing up some of the congestion it was taking place daily in the city.

    • The original idea was from a man by the name of Charles Pearson and he had been lobbying for years for the idea of having an underground train.

    • Where the construction took place was in the middle of the roads.  The method at the time was to dig a tremendous hole then go and build a train tunnel then backfill the dirt back in.   Thay way they did not have to have to demolition large buildings.  After the initial trial, it was such a success that London began expanding the rail system and many many other tunnels begin to be under construction so they could expand the subway system but they had just an initiated.  The subway tubes were so successful that they were installing new subway lines and that made real estate very valuable in so you would see housing projects developments shopping centers all springing up around the new subway systems just like you would have any road was taken to a new area out the country.

    • after approximately 30 years of construction, the subway system had an increase to the approximate length of being 50 miles and links around London.

    • The girls around London it becomes so great that it was becoming impossible for them to dig holes and expand the system the way they did originally So what they did is they developed and invented the machine that they called the great head shield.  it only took approximately 12 men to operate it, they now went deeper so they could now tunnel under existing buildings and not disturb previous construction boring the earth like a giant nightcrawler expanding these subway tubes to as it expanded.

    • This construction method was so successful that they continued over the next 3 years expanding the subway system and it even got to the point that they borrow underneath the River that IM is in making trains going underneath the water.

  • 1912 – Invention of Stainless Steel by Harry Brearly

    • The invention of stainless steel took place in Sheffield New York shire in a man who is credited getting it started a was Harry Brearley and originally he had been invited down from his laboratory to an ammunition supplier because the gun barrels were rusty too much and fouling.  They asked him down for his advice.  The problem they were having is the barrels were beginning to rust,  they also would also have poor accuracy in the rifle   So he suggested was that they should change the quality of the steel that they were using to help solve that problem.

    • He eventually tried making this deal with more chromium and less carbon to it,   he used the electric arc furnace,  that had become available,  after his testing he made his first acid test using acid as the activating agent.  It would not make a mark.    He took it back and began testing it that the metal that he had made inside the arc furnace would not corrode.  What the discovery was not excepted most people had this grief about it and he continued to push it and eventually went to a knifemaker who agreed to give it a shot and try to make the stainless steel for him and they originally made it and like it when it was made,  it broke all the stamping machine dies that they were trying to manipulate the new steel with because it was so hard.

    • What they did was put it into stainless steel knives and cutlery for using in the kitchen, and when they start to ship them out they gave it a lifelong guarantee and asked anybody to return it if there was any rust or corrosion that happened,   all the knife blades they made they never received any back because of material was so hard and corrosive proof.

  • 1914 England enters WWI

    • At the time of England was entering World War I,  England was in control of massive amounts of land across the face of the globe approximately 25% of all the landmass was under British control.   it was England it was all the other countries, Canada, India, Australia, and some of South America.   Not only did they have a great amount of land but their financial interest across the world was amazing they had been industrializing third world nations and bringing finances and manufacturing and mining in different places all over the globe and so there industrialization of the world was very strong indeed.  That created a situation where they dominated the world is far as finances in the number of materials that were made all over the world for industrialization there was taking place across the world at that time they were a supplier of much of.

    • England’s global merchant fleet at that time was so great it is accounted for over of over moving 50% of all the resources around the world.  During this time. also, there was a great expansion of free speaking at the press communication,  you know it we’re talking about postcards here but the number of postcards being produced greatly increased.

    • As the time approaches them entering into World War I, the economic condition in England and changed it first it was the leader but now it was second to the United States and also Germany at that time.   At this time the British Navy was actually the largest Navy of the world.

    • Eventually, Germany and France went to war in 1913.  When  England entered the war and it had the most powerful Navy in the world but now the war is coming to the whole European continent.

  • 1939 England Enters WWII

    • After the fall in France,  England was left all alone to protect her self. at the time she was not able to get any help from any of the other countries around because they were in such devastation themselves.   England was preparing for the ultimate battle on her shores.  Germany’s giant war machine had been marching across Europe and not only was great in itself but as it captured more and more armies military equipment and other nations artillery that it made it stronger and stronger as it continued to move them forward.

    • Much of the fighting in World War II,  took place on the European continent,   then the fighting begins to happen on the English soil as Germany began to attack.  The whole country of England began working together as one group to survive, to produce the needed wartime materials, and manufacturing supplies, everything so they could be feeding their troops and protect their continent that was gonna be attacked.  The whole country had prepared for a war they had shore upon their coast.   they had geared up their manufacturing processes to produce more weapons for the battle that was coming to their home soil.  Hitler begins his initiative called Sea Lion to attack the coast of England.

    • Most of the Germans bombers were short-range but they had one bomber that was a long-range bomber and during that 2 year period, Hitler produced over 15,000 of that long-range bomber to be able to attack Brittan.

  • 1979 – Margaret Thatcher Becomes Prime Minister

    • Margaret Thatcher came to power after World War II,  and she began to shake up the entire English economy by bringing the free-market to the system.  She gave the English banking system with a flurry of deregulation which made it one of the most powerful financial systems in the world.  All areas of the business she tried to move the country into a free-market system that would benefit the country.  She is known for helping the country to modernize.  She helped restructure their banking system so it made it very appealing for the US,  and banks all across the world to bring their business to England.  Her time of the ruling in England brought a very prosperous time of the economy-boosting economy to the whole nation.

  • 1997 – Tony Blair becomes British Prime Minister

  • 1997 – Diana Princess of Wales dies after Road Accident

    • Princess Diana was known as of The Peoples  Princess, coming from the people of England themselves is known greatly for her charity work for helping children that are plagued with aids HIV and she also had a great campaign against trying to ban land mines that people would step on and blow up.

  • 2012 – Summer Olympics Held in London.

Old English Artist and Photographers

  • This is a list of Some of the most famous artists and Postcard Creators of the Postcard Period in England

  • The Table gives its Lifespan and Country of Birth.  The Link takes you to a search with Postcards that bear their name.

United Kingdom Postcard Artist

ArtistDateCountryNumber of PostcardsEbay Link Over 4 Million Postcards
Alfred Pearse Postcards1855 - 1933England30Postcards
Photochrom Company Postcards1856 - 1924England839Postcards
Jarrold & Sons. Postcards1745-1775England42Postcards
Rotary Photographic Co1901London England1,580Postcards
William Rothenstein Postcards1872 - 1945English7Postcards
Charles Houton Howard Postcards1899-1978American42Postcards
J. Salmon Postcards1844 - 1923England1,818Postcards
Joseph Mallord William Turner Postcards1771 - 1851England1,372Postcards
W.N. Sharpe Ltd. Postcards1950 - 2011England839Postcards
Fortunino Matania Postcards1881 - 1963Italian60Postcards
Christopher Clark, PostcardsPresent4,242Postcards
Philip Dadd Postcards1880 - 1916England11Postcards
Donald MacPherson Postcards1920 - 198630Postcards
Paul Thiriat Postcards1898 - 1970113Postcards
Harry Payne Postcards1858 - 1927England Military648Postcards
G.T. Clarkson Postcards166Postcards
Hans Bohrdt Postcards1857 - 1945German15Postcards
Bernard F. Gribble Postcards1872 - 1962England Marine39Postcards
R. Caton Woodville. Postcards1856 - 1927England150Postcards
John Valentine Postcards1730 - 1791Scotland125Postcards
Louis Wain Postcards1860 - 1939England295Postcards
Herbert Ward Postcards1883 - 1919England1,934Postcards
Louis Whirter Postcards1873 - 1932Scotland15Postcards
William Barnes Wollen Postcards1857 - 1936England563Postcards
Lawson Wood Postcards1878 - 1957England150Postcards
J.H. Roberts Postcards1884 - 1961England7159Postcards
Richard Caton Woodville, Jr
1856 - 1927England150Postcards
George Wright Postcards1860 - 1942England2,295Postcards
john Hinde Postcards1916 - 1977England948Postcards
Donald McGill Postcards1875 - 1962England569Postcards
Cyril Kenneth Bird
Fougasse Postcards
1887 - 1965English4Postcards
Akki Postcards11Postcards
David Low Postcards1891 - 1963New Zealand
Arnold Taylor Postcards142Postcards
Laurie Taylor Postcards147Postcards
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