SWANSTON STREET, Melbourne, and KING'S DOMAIN GARDENS, Melbourne [two colour postcards]

By: Bill Ramsden and H L

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SWANSTON STREET, Melbourne, and KING'S DOMAIN GARDENS, Melbourne [two colour postcards] by Bill Ramsden and H L Chapman, colour photographers
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Murfett Publishers and Valentine's, Australia, n.d. Both postcards are un-used and are in VERY GOOD condition. (A) 'Swanston Street - Melbourne. A colourful night scene viewed from Princes Bridge looking north along Swanston Street', P54208, 3½" x 5½", Plastichrome, with straight cut edges. A full length evening shot of Swanston Street, Melbourne, probably 1960s, with blazing neon lights and Y&Js in left foreground. (B) 'Picturesque Gardens, King's Domain, Melbourne, Victoria', V.C.191, 3½" x 5¾", Valentine's Australia Post Card, deckle-cut edges. Undated, probably 1960s. Colourful gardens in full bloom, with exotic trees in background.

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