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VALENTINE'S "A" SERIES POSTCARDS

The Devil's Elbow

Title: The Devil's Elbow. by Geo. Melvin Rennie
Publisher: Valentine & Sons Ltd., Dundee and London ~ No. A.646
From an original water colour with POST CARD divided back
Code: PC-VAL-0646 ~ Grade: B+ ~ Price: 1.00 ~ SOLD

The Devil's Elbow. - This famous bend on the road situated between Spittal of Glenshee and Braemar, was originally cut through the wild mountain pass, for military purposes, by General Wade and his soldiers, who encountered great hardships and sacrifice of life in its construction.
It is the highest public road in Great Britain, altitude 2199 feet above sea level. Two great mountains, Glas Maol and Cairnwell, stand either side of the pass.

Valentine's "ART COLOUR" Postcards ~ Printed in Scotland

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