Postcard: Tower of London.- Eastern Basement of the White Tower
Illustrated in the postcard in the basement foreground are cannon, one is displayed and another appears to be on the right in a recessed area with a ledge above. The middleground is another cannon with one opposite on the right en a recessed space with a ledge over it. In the background is a small door or perhaps there are steps leading down to the door. A picture is hanging on the wall left of the door, cannot distinguish what it is. The room appears to be a hallway with arches and ledges, pipes in the ceiling going to the left. The internet says the White Tower was used for armouries in the early years.
*Printed on the front in black ink: 4955 /"Tower of London.-Eastern Basement of the White Tower."/ The Indian Cannon are lent by H.M. The King./ Photo Gale & Polden
*Printed on the back in brown ink: Post Card. (between the two words is a round ciricle with G P in the middle/ (For Address Only.) Gale & Polden/ Printers/ Printed in England.