It is by Judges Limited, Hastings, numbered C785 and the card is in very good condition - no creases or obvious marks (other than a couple of very minor ones on the reverse), even the corners remain mostly sharp.
Arran, Goat Fell. I don't know the exact age of this card, but it looks like it is from the early to mid 1900s. It is by Judges' Ltd, Hastings, numbered 11459 and the card is in very good condition - no creases or obvious marks, with only very slight scuffing to some corners.
The publisher is Judge's Ltd, card number 28241. The card is in a very good minus condition. Very small rubs and tiny creases at corners, some tiny marks to sky area, light edge rubs, a small triangle of paper residue at each corner on reverse.
I don't know the exact age of this lettercard, but it looks like it is from around the early to mid 1900s. It is four pencil sketches published by Judges Limited, Hastings and the Letter Card is in very good condition - no creases (other than slight scuffing to some corners & edges) or obvious marks.
Picture / Image: Loch Ainort and Bleven, Skye. Thenormal route of ascent for walkers is from the east. A path leaves the B8083 on the shores of Loch Slapin about 4 km after the village ofTorrin. The path follows a burn, theAllt na Dunachie, into thecorrie ofCoire Uaigneich.