Harlech Castle, Wales - an "Oilette" postcard published by Raphael Tuck & Sons
On the Front of the Card: "Harlech Castle."
On the Back of the Card (at the top): "Tuck's Post Card"
On the Back of the Card (at the top of the left side): "Harlech Castle was built in the reign of Edwared I, by Henry de Elrevon, and stands on an ideal place for fortification. It is most prominently placed and protected at each of the four corners by a strong tower. Like many other Welsh castles, it has been the scene of numerous sieges, from 1401, when it was taken by Glyndwr, up to the Civil War."
On the Back of the Card (at the left edge): Picturesque North Wales, Series IV. Raphael Tuck & Sons "Oilette" (Reg'd) Postcard 6233. Art Publishers to their Majesties the King and Queen.
On the Back of the Card (at the bottom left): Printed in England.
Stampbox: Raphael Tuck trademark insignia.