An old photo of Bethune sqaure with a damaged belfry on the left. A hand written message to Mrs Capell. Bethune A vintage postcard from the 1920s, depicting the Belfry of Bethune and the paved square around it. £2.00 Quantity: at £2.00 each Add To Basket This vintage postcard has a black and white image of the main square at Bethune in France, with the belfry prominant near the middle. At the top the postcard has text in French and English which reads: Bethune (Renaissance) - La Place du Marechal-Petain et entree de la rue Sadi-Carnot. The Place of Marechal-Petain and entrance of the Sadi-Carnot Street". On the back are three French stamps in blue, and a written message addressed to Mrs Capell of Northampton, which reads: "71 Boulevard Victor Hugo, Bethune, Pas de Calais. I got across in great style. Emile met me at Calais in his car, and brought me home via Paris -Plage. Everything in the garden is lovely, more by letter. - H." There are two postmarks over the stamps but it's difficult to tell if the year is 1920 or 1928.