James Bamforth's series of classic saucy seaside postcards are being re-released to mark their 100th anniversary.
The cards, first published in 1910, could soon be returning to British seasides after the rights to them were bought by businessman Ian Wallace.
Could this lead to other old postcard designs being relaunched? We take a brief look at the history behind this British institution....
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