[Editor: This postcard (unused), which incorporates a photo of two Australian soldiers (one of whom is a corporal), is from the era of the First World War (1914-1918). The postcard is undated.]
Two Australian soldiers
[Front of postcard]
[Two Australian soldiers (one of whom is a corporal), posing for a photograph.]
[Reverse of postcard]
R. Guilleminot, Bœspflug et Cie — Paris.
Dimensions (approximate): 90 mm. (width), 140 mm. (height).
This postcard was made by a French postcard manufacturer, R. Guilleminot, Bœspflug et Cie (located in Paris, France). It has been marked (in the top-right corner on the reverse of the card) with the stamp of Léon Caron (1841-1919), who ran a photographic business (located in Amiens, France).
See: 1) “R. Guilleminot, Bœspflug et Cie”, Dumbarton Oaks Archives Ephemera Collection
2) Lee Ann Daffner, “About the Hub”, Museum of Modern Art (New York) [regarding R. Guilleminot, Bœspflug et Cie]
3) “Léon Caron”, Portrait Sépia [French language site]
4) “Léon Caron, Amiens, Portrait de jeune fille adolescente, circa 1870”, AbeBooks [listing for a portrait photo, taken at one of the photographic studios of Leon Caron]
The soldier on the left is a corporal (with two stripes on the sleeve of his jacket).