(EX) Excellent Incomplete, image seriously affected. (P) Poor Just about in a collectable state. (F) Fair Noticeable defects, handling and wear apparent. (G) Good Minor defects such as album marks, signs of age and handling acceptable that do not detract from a visually pleasing card.
Also happy to keep an eye out for any specific paper related products you are after. I endeavour to get the cards to yourself, in the same condition you see in the photo. Uk - £1.10. However the cards you buy are the ones in the photos, so should be a minimal Issue.
Has some wear to the corners and some surface loss in the top left corner. Has a 12 mm crease in the bottom left corner, and a light 25 mm crease in the top left corner. Has a 1 cm crease and a 15 mm crease in the top right corner.
William Fitz-Ansculf, who held themanor in 1086 (in the grounds of which theNorman parish church was built), later became known as William Stoches or William of Stoke. Two hundred years after William, Amicia of Stoke, heiress to the manor, married Robert Pogeys, Knight of the Shire, and the village eventually became known as Stoke Poges.