1 postcard that consists of a white border around a black and white portrait photograph. The bottom of the border reads, "60 A / EARL ROBERTS / ROTARY PHOTO. E.C. / COLONEL-IN-CHIEF OF THE FORCES FROM OVERSEAS." The image consists of a man wearing a highly decorated military uniform standing beside a wooden chair that has white feathers hanging from one arm. The mustachioed man's military jacket is decorated with multiple medals and badges, ornate epaulettes and cuffs and a prominent aiguillette. The man is holding a baton in his right hand with the bottom of the baton resting on his thigh. His left hand is resting on the hilt of a sword that sits in its sheath. The man is wearing white trousers and tall shiny black boots that go above his knees.
The reverse of the postcard consists of text written in pencil that reads, "6- / 46." The printed text on the reverse reads, "Printed in Britain / POST CARD / The Address only to be / Written Here / This is a Real Photograph." The text printed vertically on the left side of the reverse reads, "ROTARY PHOTOGRAPHIC SERIES / R."