Nerlich & Co.

Toronto from St. James Cathedral, Toronto, Canada


This patriotic postcard shows the skyline of Toronto taken from the top of St. James' Cathedral. It features a Union Jack, a lion and crest, and the crests of the nine provinces and the Yukon Territory. Newfoundland did not join Canada until 1949. The card was postally used on October 15, 1907 from Toronto with a 2¢ King Edward VII stamp (Scott no. 90) to Guernsey, Channel Islands.

This card by Nerlich & Co., Toronto

is designated as NER1-079 by Michael J. Smith in his

The Canadian Patriotic Postcard Checklist, 1898–1928

Below, the detail of the card showing a detailed view of the Toronto skyline looking northwest from St. James Cathedral.