At the Well, Tuck

At the Well, Tuck

Series 7867 Wide – Wide World, Burma. Raphael Tuck & Sons “Oilette” from a painting by R. Talbot Kelly, R.A.
Publisher’s description on the back:
“A well is generally situated in the principal street of a Burmese village. It is surrounded by a wall and crossed by a heavy beam of wood to which pulleys are attached, through which run ropes with hooks at the ends, by means of which the water-pots are lowered.”

Printed in England, divided back, unposted.

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