Interesting postcard. Printed in Germany, published in London. It’s pre-WWI. Addressed to a party in Gate City from “Guess Who” in Kingsport, but never mailed.
The “London E.C.” stands for London’s East Central Postal District.
B & D, Pictorial Post Card Pioneers, (Blum & Degan) operated in London from 1885 to 1908, when they went bankrupt.
At this time, the Kingsport Moose Lodge was located on Reservoir Road, in a location now crossed by I-26. It’s food and natatorium were much admired. In 1985, law officers raided the place and confiscated several slot machines.
On the back of this money clip, the logo “HIT”-USA is debossed. That company, as far as I can tell, is still doing business on line as Hit Promotional Products.