I had to focus on the wings because I could find no fairies.
This is a Donald McGill postcard, signed in the bottom right corner. Donald McGill was well known for producing "saucy" British seaside postcards. He himself divided them into mild, medium and strong. At the age of 80, in 1954, he was convicted of breaking the Obscene Publications Act. A few years later he gave evidence to a Parliamentary Select Committee to reform the Act.
His postcards now can fetch thousands of pounds. Some of his original artwork sold in 2006 and according to an Independent article at the time, was expected to raise £50,000. A museum in Ryde, IOW, has been opened to celebrate his work as shown in a BBC video.
A post for Sepia Saturday. A click on the button will take you to the blog.