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Mercedes Gleitze (1900-1981) - British professional swimmer Featured Oysters Print

Mercedes Gleitze (1900-1981) - British professional swimmer

Mercedes Gleitze (1900-1981) - British professional swimmer. She was the first person to swim the Straits of Gibraltar and the first British woman to swim the English Channel. All the funds from the sale of this specific postcard were donated to the Mercedes Gleitze Fund for Destitute Men and Women to establish a home for those in poverty. The name of Mercedes Gleitze was used to market Rolex's new waterproof case, the "Oyster". Date: circa 1930

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Traditional Japanese Woodblock print of Pearl Divers Featured Oysters Print

Traditional Japanese Woodblock print of Pearl Divers

A fantastic provocative print by Utagawa Toyokuni (1769, Edo - February 24, 1825, Edo) also often referred to as Toyokuni I, to distinguish him from the members of his school was a great master of ukiyo-e, This image shows two pearl divers, ( Ama divers ) one standing on a rock wringing out her clothes with a knife in her mouth and the other holds a large oyster shell ready to be openend. the large rock has a flock of Starlings swarming around whist on the horizon the sails of Junks can be seen.This print forms part of my personal collection

© BernardAllum

The Channel Islands - Rozel Bay Cottage Featured Oysters Print

The Channel Islands - Rozel Bay Cottage

The Channel Islands - Rozel Bay Cottage - People looking at red -roofed single storey building. Part of Box 234 Boswell Collection - The Channel Islands. Rozel is an area on the north east coast of Jersey in the parishes of St Martin and Trinity, a small sheltered cove that was home to a small fishing fleet and in 1829 a harbour was built for the increasing numbers of vessels involved in the oyster dredging fishery which eventually collapsed at the end of the 19th century. Date: circa 1900

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans