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Charmouth Postcards c.1906 by Stengel & Co. Ltd.

The Dresden-based firm of Stengel & Co, founded in 1889, was the largest producer of postcards in the world. The Postcards were produced between 1902-6. after which it stopped publishing cards in Britain. The cards are often hand tinted using just 3 colours. The cards shown below are in rough order and are all I have found so far, but there may be more as there seems to be gaps in the route taken of views of the village, probably in the same year. I also have located some of surrounding towns, which I will add to when more are found.

The Old Lyme Road, lost in 1924
Higher Sea Lane, Charmouth
The Street , Charmouth
Charmouth House, The Street , Charmouth
Luttrell House, The Street,Charmouth
St. Andrews Church,The Street,Charmouth
St. Andrews Church,The Street,Charmouth
Interior of St. Andrews Church,The Street,Charmouth
The George Inn,The Street,Charmouth
The Street,Charmouth
The County Bridge ,Charmouth
Newlands, Bridport Road ,Charmouth
The Beach, Charmouth
The Beach, Charmouth
The Beach, Charmouth
The Beach. Charmouth.
The Beach. Charmouth. (hand coloured).
These are some more Stengel Postcards of West Dorset
Lyme Regis.
Broad Street. Lyme Regis
Church Street. Lyme Regis.
Lyme Regis Railway Station
Harbour from Cobb Road. Lyme Regis.
St. Michaels Church. Lyme Regis.
St. Albans College. Lyme Regis.
Parade looking West. Lyme Regis.
Lyme from Holmbush.
The Cobb. Lyme Regis.
The Harbour from West Cliffs. Lyme Regis.
East Street Station. Bridport
South Street. Bridport.
West Bay Harbour. Bridport.
West Street from Market House. Bridport.
King Charles II Stone. Lea Lane. Bridport.
Bridport Mill
St.Mary`s Church. Bridport
Old Mill. Bridport.
Victoria Grove, Bridport
Happy Island, Bridport.
Happy Island, Bridport.
Bridport from Whatton Hill.
The Pavillion. West Bay. Bridport.
Loders Village. Near Bridport.
Chideock Village.
Pymore near Bridport.
Burton Bradstock near Bridport.
Eype Village near Bridport.