1 postcard that consists of a black and white bust portrait sketch of a mustachioed man wearing a military kepi styled cap and jacket decorated with pins and a strap across the chest. The bottom reads, "MARSHAL FOCH / Commanding the Allied Forces." To the left of this it reads, "Carbonette," written in cursive and to the write it is signed, "Vandyk [?]."
The reverse reads, "TUCK'S POST CARD / CARTE POSTALE." To the right of this is reads, "(FOR ADRESS ONLY)." At the top right corner is a square showing where to place a postage stamp. Inside this square is an emblem that is an easel that reads, "RTS," standing over a painter's pallet with paintbrushes to the right. The left side of the reverse reads, "5-," written in pencil and printed below this it reads, "By Appointment / To the superb strategy of Marshal Foch who was / appointed to the sole Command of the Allied Armies / in France and Flanders in April 1918, are due the unbounded thanks of the whole civilized world on / the consummation of the triumphant Victory by the / gallant Troops under his supreme direction. / Marshal Ferdinand Foch was born at Tarbes, / October 2nd, 1851. Adopting the Army as his career, / he early showed great strategic abilities and for / several years was Commander of L'Ecole de Guerre. / "Learn to think" were the words he addressed to / his pupils in that school, and it is Marshal Foch's / wonderful powers of mind that swept the Allies to / Victory. / His name will be handed down in History as the / greatest Leader in the Great War for Freedom." The left side has vertical printed text that reads, "BRITISH MAKE / The "Victorious Peace" Series / MARSHAL FOCH / Raphael Tuck & Sons' / Carbonette / Postcard P4978 / ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING & QUEEN."