Wednesday, 2 September 2009

London photography greeting cards

This item for sale is a set of hand-made greeting cards with original photographs of London - some well known sights, some less well known. Click this picture to see them enlarged.

The photographs are (left to right, top then bottom):
St. James' Park, off Trafalgar Square
Regents Canal, Islington, NE London
All Soul's Langham Place, just north of Oxford Circle
Nelson's Column, Trafalgar Square
The "gherkin"
London underground station (Regent's Park).

Some of my London photographs can be seen here - if there are other photos you would prefer as cards, leave a comment - this is negotiable!

The photographs are printed in high resolution onto premium glossy photographic paper, and mounted on good quality white card with matching envelopes. The cards are blank inside for your own greeting, and they are approximately 5 inches/12.5cm by 5 inches/12.5cm.

This is not really an auction, as there is more than one set of these cards available - so,you're not bidding against anyone else. You can buy a set, for a minimum donation of $13.00.

Postage would be: UK - free; Europe - $1.90; Rest of the world - $2.40.

The sale of these cards begins at 9am Wednesday September 2nd, and will end at 9am, Friday September 18th, London time. The highest bidder before that time will win.

To bid on this item, please click on “PLACE YOUR BID” at the end of this post. Please bid in US $ Dollars. You don’t have to be a blogger to bid and you don't need a password or log-in. There are more instructions on bidding and payment to the right-hand side of this post where you will also find a currency converter, and a time-zone converter.

If you are the winning bidder on this item, please email us after the auction ends at - or, leave your email address in the comments/bidding section.

We will then contact you about payment and mailing.

Please click here for our terms and conditions, and returns information.
And if you have any queries, email us (as above) or leave your question in the comments.

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