British Passport from early 20thC

Contributed by Howard_B

British Passport from early 20thC

A passport that has no photograph, and no biometrics, is valid for the carrier and was honoured all over Europe, many of the stamps on the reverse (not shown) indicate considerable travel at around 1909/1910, Mr A T Bradfield was my great grandfather

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Location
Culture
Period

1909

Theme
Size
H:
40cm
W:
20cm
D:
.02cm
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