Stereoscope card with a black and white photograph of Porte de Guise in Calais, France. Photographed and published by S.I.P., C. Bonfort, Marseilles, c.1900.
Since the 3rd of January 1558, Calais has been French. Before that it was a continental port for the English, bearing the brunt of many wars (See FLM22.232). The Porte de Guise is named after the Duke de Guise, who was there to see the British finally leave.
In good condition.
Weighs 0.5 oz. and measures 7 x 3 3/8 inches.