Very rare Real Photo Postcard of four men dancing together as young maidens. Crowned with laurel or grape leave wreathes, they each carry a switch. For some reason, three have them have what look like pasties. Whatever they're doing they seem to be taking it seriously.
The sign at their feet places them at Beverloo Camp, created in 1835 after the independence of Belgium from the Netherlands. Addressed and postally used but the stamp has fallen off. Sadly there's no message.
5" x 3 1/2" dated 31 May, 1907.
Very good condition.