Postcards

£10.00

12 postcards with envelopes in a pack

A6 (105 x 148mm) cream postcards with C6 (114 x 162mm) cream envelopes

Publication date: 8th October, 2021

Free postage within the UK

The Trollope Society’s new set of Christmas cards, notelets and postcards celebrates the partnership between Trollope and Millais and features a selection of Millais’ most beautiful illustrations.

John Everett Millais illustrated four of Anthony Trollope’s most popular novels – Framley Parsonage, The Small House at Allington, Phineas Finn and Orley Farm, and provided a pictorial frontispiece for Kept in the Dark. Their collaboration began in 1860 and continued until Trollope’s death in 1882.

Pack of 12 postcards, with envelopes, featuring selected illustrations from Framley Parsonage, The Small House at Allington, Phineas Finn and Orley Farm.

Trollope and Millais Set

‘Was it not a lie?’ – Framley Parsonage

‘Lady Lufton and the Duke of Omnium’ – Framley Parsonage

‘”Mark,” she said, “the men are here”‘ – Framley Parsonage

‘Orley Farm’ – Orley Farm

‘Monkton Grange’ – Orley Farm

‘Never is a very long word’ – Orley Farm

‘You don’t quite know Mr Kennedy yet’ – Phineas Finn

‘I wish to regard you as a dear friend – both of my own and of my busband’ – Phineas Finn

‘And do be punctual, Mr Finn’ – Phineas Finn

‘So she burned the morsel of paper’ – Phineas Finn

‘Oh Phineas, surely a thousand a year will be very nice’ – Phineas Finn

‘Please Ma’am, can we have the peas to shell?’ – The Small House at Allington



Framley Parsonage reproduced from the Cornhill Magazine January 1860 – April 1861.

Orley Farm reproduced from reproduced from the first edition published by Chapman & Hall, Volume 1 December 1861, Volume 2 September 1862.

Phineas Finn reproduced from the first edition published by Virtue and Company in 1870.

The Small House at Allington reproduced from the first edition published by Smith, Elder & Co in March 1864.