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1/30/2017 11:28 am  #11


Re: Who was 'Jotter'?

Wow - scary stuff - like something from Lord of the Rings. How on earth did he manage such a vast output in his relatively short life? I had some correspondence with one of his descendants and they had started to try and collect every card by him but soon gave up such was the task!


 

 

7/10/2017 4:00 pm  #12


Re: Who was 'Jotter'?

My latest "Jotter" purchased on eBay last week; I had it on my eBay 'watch' list for at least two years and finally took the plunge. I haven't come across the same card anywhere else since I started collecting. While some of the Great Southern Hotels - Kenmare, Parknasilla and Killarney turn up quite regularly, the Caragh Lake and Waterville hotels do not. Another gem which cost me just shy of £14.

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11/27/2017 2:47 pm  #13


Re: Who was 'Jotter'?

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My latest "Jotter"- purchased on Delcampe for just £2.90 incl.p+p. One of a number painted by the artist along the scenic stretch of coastline between Dalkey and Dublin. Published by Arthur Burkart & Co.,London.- does anybody know where I might come upon an index of their cards?

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