A early Edwardian Error (Inverted "Henley Bridge" printed on Dovercourt, plain back card) posted in 1902.
Wrong Name Place
An early "schoolboy" error with the wrong name place on the card. East Promenade at Clacton, incorrectly placed as Dovercourt on the postcard.
Many Publishers decided that the original postcards needed a makeover for one reason or another. In this example the original postcard published in 1922, included both children and a family with a "very tired" Dad. When the photo was used a second time, both had been removed, to suit the publisher, possibly to promote a "less busy" beach, or it didn't send out the right message to the public at that time.