Set of 4 Xmas cards produced by Rhymney Valley Miners Support Group in South Wales during the strike of 1984-85. Images on the outside and writing by miners on the inside. Black & white scans.
PM me if you want the absurdly-high resolution versions of these.
Thanks, these are amazing!
How creative!! These are fabulous.
The one titled "Death of a Lady" is superb. Really hits home as it rings true for the Rhondda Valleys, where I'm from, too!
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