HONG KONG CHINA 1930 PHOTO ALBUM ROYAL NAVYGreetings! The bidding is on a photo album from 1930 which appears to have been kept by someone in the Royal Navy. Most of the 195 photos are identified, and names, places and images include: Dora Stewart, Lt. Worrall, Tavia, Capt. Morris, Taikoo Bungalow, Capt. Bakewell, Peggie Chubb, HMS Moormen, Tsing Shan Monastery, Tamar, Repulse Bay, lots of water skiing or surfing photos (including a man standing on his head), Rear Admiral Hill, Darcy Baker-Carr, Happy Valley Race Course, Aquaplaning in Junk Bay, Aberdeen Bay, Joss House Bay, Chinese Grave, diving, Deepwater Bay, Mt. Austin, etc. Most photos measure about 3" x 4" with a few full page photos that appear to be taken from parties (maybe on board a ship). A few photos have corner chips and about a handful are missing. Lots of scans below. Please note that some scans are enlarged to show better detail. ** All Photos are Original photos, unless otherwise stated** If your feedback is 0, please email me before bidding. Note to International Buyers: Import duties, taxes and charges (typically collected upon delivery or pickup) are the buyer's responsibility and are NOT included in the item price or shipping charges. Please check with your country's customs office prior to bidding/buying to determine what these additional costs will be. Most items are sent by First Class or Priority Mail. Media Mail will be used for books, but sometimes takes a long time. If you are in a rush, please specify that you want first class, and shipping charges may be adjusted. Shipping outside of the United States will be more, figured upon end of auction. Payments MUST be received within 10 days after auction ends. Shipping discount available for multiple wins.
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