Small Christmas card produced for the Australian Comforts Fund, Christmas 1918. Christmas & New Years Greetings, 1918-19, with scenes of battles at Villers-Brettonneux and Hamel, and views of a captured tank and a 14cm. gun. Produced by Raphael Tuck & Sons, Publishers to the King and Queen.These cards were sent by service personal serving overseas to family members back home.l
Sent by J.L.Mcintre while on active service in France to his loved ones back home.
Christmas card with blue and black lettering Australian Comforts Fund Christmas & New Years Greetings, 1918-19, Produced by Raphael Tuck & Sons, Publishers to the King and Queen. The card depicts four scenes from the First World War: Australians Advancing from Villers-Brettonneux August 8th 1918, A German tank captured by the Australians near Villers-Brettonneux, Capture of Hamel Village July 4th 1918 by Australians assisted by a detachment of Americans, Captured by The Australians a 14 C.M. German Naval Gun intact with its Train & Equipment.
Inscriptions & markings
Australian Advancing from Vlllers-Brettonneux.August 8th 1918. From Original specially painted for the Australian Comforts Fund by Captain Will Longstaff.A.I.F.War Artist.