Here is another Photoweigh photo from the UK. It shows a pretty young woman sporting a very typical hairstyle of the era, albeit with just one Marcel wave, where mostly one would see multiple waves. August being a holiday month in the United Kingdom, one imagines this was taken at a holiday resort, probably a seaside one.
The place where the photo was taken, was either never printed on the photo or has faded from the blank space at the top. At the bottom the writing says Have an Enlargement Made only 3d (3 pennies or thruppence). I have no idea if that was a bargain price or quite expensive for the 1930s. I imagine there was further information on the booth itself about where one needed to go to get the enlargement done, or possibly the service was offered on the spot by an attendant stationed at or near the booth.
Most of these photos were poorer quality than the Photomaton machines produced, although they were printed on heavier, more durable card stock. Most have faded dramatically over time, as you can see in this example and in my other posts about Photoweigh photos.
The image measures 40 x 85 mm.