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Other local multiviews
from this time


Decorative multiviews

Matlock Bath

Via Gellia

A number Edwardian multiviews were labelled Matlock and Matlock Bath, some of which were available as
both colour and sepia versions. These examples were published by Jackson & Son.

They show:
Rockside Hydro | The Bank | Smedley's Hydro
Pic Tor | Via Gellia | South Parade | Cromford Church | High Tor
Via Gellia | Grand Pavilion (4th image down) | The Wishing Stone

Below is a somewhat different design style, from the same publisher.

The images are, clockwise from top left:
Promenade and Heights of Jacob | River Derwent from Lovers' Walk (an image published
by a number of companies - see Derwent Gardens - from Lovers Walks, before 1905 and Just Images, no.14)
Pic Tor and Promenade | Dale and High Tor

Other cards had the title of Matlock or Matlock Bath, yet the images on them were not restricted to one place or the other.
All very confusing!
See a similar mutiview as the first two images, also of Matlock & Matlock Bath and also published by Jackson & Son.

1. "Matlock and Matlock Bath" (coloured multiview, 11 images). Published by Jackson & Son. Posted at Ticknall in 1917 and to Arnside Westmoreland - says "I am writing to ask you to send straps by return of post as I shall want them".
2. "Matlock and Matlock Bath" (multiview, 11 images). Published by Jackson & Son. Posted Sheffield in 1921 and sent to Wombwell near Barnsley.
Both the above images © Susan Tomlinson collection.
3. "Matlock and Matlock Bath" (multiview, 4 images). Published by Jackson & Son, Publisher, Grimsby. Jay Em Jay Series GY. No.278 Printed at our Works in Germany. Unused. © Ann Andrews collection.
Information researched, written by and © Ann Andrews.
Intended for personal use only.