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The company also published postcards under the label – a novel idea which was a set of picture postcards that could be played as 45rpm records which were manufactured by the Hardy Record Manufacturing Company of London. The company initially published its own hand coloured images of the landscape of south-west of England and later graduated to producing art reproductions.
Card by Margaret (Daisy) O’Keefe – MOK initials bottom right of picture.
The company’s photo archive is available at the National Library of Ireland.
Eason Photographic Collection The images in the collection were created for the Irish postcard trade by Eason & Son.
The cards are poor fare indeed but are probably all that could be afforded in those austere times. Initially they published greetings cards, but by 1947 they were also publishing postcards (initially under contract for W. Nigh & Sons Ltd) and in 1958 they added guidebooks to their range.
The company became part of the John Hinde Group in 1998.