Postcard: The Military Airship "Patrie"
Foreground is a green valley, stream flowing to the right, small hills in background. The airship in the sky is named the "Patrie", the basket or whatever it is called, hangs below the ship attached with cables, other cabels hang from the ship. At the read a flag is suspended from one of the cables. Ship itself looks like a giant torpedo.
*Printed front bottom left, black ink: "THE MILITARY AIRSHIP 'PATRIE'
*Printed back left vertically, brown ink: "Raphale Tuck & Sons 'OILETTE' Postcard 9095/ ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN"
*Printed back left of line, brown ink: "The 'Patrie' was one of the results of many experiments in areal navigation which have been inaugrated by the French Government. It was a navigable airship built by M. Henri Julliot, and was fitted with Panhard and Levassor motors."
*Printed back across top, brown ink: "TUCK'S POST CARD"
*Printed back left side of line, brown ink: "CARTE POSTALE"
*Printed back right side of line, brown ink: "POSTKARTE / (For Address Only)"