Two lovely postcards showing sailing vessels at Aberdovey, moored against the wharf. I have no information about either. The names of the vessels are not visible and there is no information on the postcards themselves, not even a postcard manufacturer name. As to a date, the postcards post-date the building of the wharf and jetty in 1885 and predate the conversion of the Pen Y Bryn chapel into a school inn 1894.
In spite of the lack of additional information, I love them. They are incredibly evocative of 19th Century and early 20th Century Aberdovey, when the village was an important trans-shipping port for for exports and imports. The symbiotic relationship between Welsh sailing ships and the growing network of railway lines, the juxtaposition of old and new, was all about using the best possible solutions for the growth of trade and communication both within Britain and across the Atlantic.
Both postcards were unused, and apart from the fact that they were printed in Saxony, there are no further details.