George E See. Picker's ticket. 6d Reverse blank. Black on yellow card, rectangular, ca 57.7 x 50mm. Slightly grubby, creased, about Fine. Scarce. Unusually large.
Tydd St. Giles, the northernmost parish in Cambridgeshire, is a village situated 6 miles north of Wisbech. It was founded in the late 1000s. The Shire Drain divides it on the north and west from the sister parish of Tydd St. Mary in Lincolnshire. Although this stream has shrunk to a shadow of its former self but is nevertheless an important boundary, separating, as it has done, two counties, two dioceses, and in all probability two Anglo-Saxon kingdoms.
It has an average altitude of 0 metres.
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Fruit grower Picker's ticket or token - Tydd Saint Giles - Cambridgeshire