Postcards of the Casino in Monte Carlo are commonplace and many are extremely similar, with only the flower display in the garden to distinguish the years. This one, though, stands out because of the charabanc parked in front, either picking up or letting off its passengers. The difference between the picking up and setting down isn't as obvious as it is in my second card below.
The charabanc driver is seated on the right of the vehicle which would indicate it's a British charabanc but there are no distinguishing marks that I can see. I had hoped the fairly distinctive curved supports for the windscreen would help but after ploughing through an internet's worth of images, I am none the wiser.
I am not very proficient at dating cards from the fashions worn but I would guess that this may date from pre- First World War.
There are quite a few postcards using an image of sheep "before" and "after" visiting the Casino but this is the only one I own.
This is a post for Sepia Saturday