1 First World War postcard that consists of a white border on the bottom that reads, "Bystander copyright. / THE PROFESSIONAL TOUCH / 'Chuck us out that bag o' bombs, mate ; it's under your 'ead." The front of the postcard consists of a black and white cartoon drawing showing a man wearing a scarf, coat, half-hand covered gloves, trousers, puttee leg wraps, and boots holding his hand out to a man lying on top of a pile. The man lying down has tussled hair, a moustache, and squinted eyes. Behind these men is a wall made out of bags and above this are two barren trees and wooden barriers with barbed wire attached to them. On the left is a bag pinned to the wall by a small sword or dagger. The bottom left corner of the cartoon is signed, "Bruce Bairnsfather" in cursive.
The reverse consists of text at the top centre that reads, "POST CARD / The Address only to be here / Printed in England." Above this it reads, "8-," hand written in pencil. Written vertically along the left hand side it reads, "'Bystander's' Fragments from France. Series 8" At the centre of the reverse written vertically it reads, "'Bystander' Copyright."