THE FOLLOWING SECTION ARE OF POSTCARDS DEPICTING RURAL & HOP PICKING SCENES
Hop 1 Londoners on their way to the Railway Station, entitled Homeward Bound, "A" of the Young & Cooper series, postally used from Snodland in 1905. Postcard has corner creases bottom Left & Right.
Hop 2 "Set" of Pickers, "B" of the Young & Cooper series, postally used from Maidstone in 1904, Scratches on the picture which seem to be from the printing plate.
Hop 3 Interior of Oast House, showing the dried hops on the floor, "C" of the Young & Cooper unused.
Hop 4 "Group of London Pickers, "D" of the Young & Cooper series, unused.
Hop 5 Kentish Hop-Picking, Oast Houses and hops being taken for drying, "E" of the Young & Cooper series, unused.
Hop 6 "Set" of Hop-Pickers, "G" of the Young & Cooper series, uned from Maidstone in 1904. There is a crease across the left hand corner.
Hop 7 Poke of Hops on the way to the oast house for drying "i" of the Young & Cooper series, unused.
Hop 8 Group of Kentish Fruot Pickers "J" of the Young & Cooper series, used but postmark unclear.
Hop 9 Harvesting, Reaper and Self-Binder (After Work) "K" of the Young & Cooper series, used postally from Cranbrook in 1905.
Hop 10 Real photographic card showing Hop Pokes being delivered to the Oast, unused and no publisher.
Hop 11 Real photographic multi-view card showing Hop picking at Henry White & Son's farm, East Farleigh.
Hop 12 A printed advertising card for Hadfield's Special Manure depicting a hop-picking scene. postally used from Loughborough in 1909.
Hop 13 A coloured printed card depicting hops being loaded onto a train, published by Valentine, unused.
Hop 14 A real photographic card of the workers of F.A.White Ltd. Yalding, unused and no publisher.
Hop 15 A real photographic card of Measuring the Pick, published by E.A. Sweetman number 53690, unused.
Hop 16 A real photographic card of Families striping the hops
Hop 17 A real photographic card of Ladies in their Sunday best while in the hope garden.