Postcard featuring a blue-black sketch of the southern facade of the Royal Exhibition Building, made in 1980 and published by Honey Clarke. The postcard shows two children in the foreground holding a banner and was made to celebrate the building's centenary in 1980.

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Cream card with a blue-black & white line drawing of the southern facade of the Exhibition Building. In the foreground on the left there is a girl in 1880s fashion holding a hoop and on the right there is a boy standing on a skateboard wearing 1980 fashion. The two children are holding a banner between them. In the upper left hand corner there is a hot air balloon. On the reverse of the postcard there is text explaining the history of the Exhibition Building, space for a message, an address and a postage stamp. The card is unused.

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