This original 1910s paper romance postcard features a little girl and boy dressed as cowboys. Children are seated on a sign that reads, "When you're ready to run in double harness, gal. I'll shoot the question." A pair of cowboy boots, with spurs, in the bottom corners.
Published by S. Bergman. Card number 6203.
Card is written on with one cent stamp and 1914 Hoxie, Kansas postmark. Addressed to Miss Cora Simmons at Alexandria, Nebraska.
Condition is good with edge and corner wear, and crease upper left corner.
Vintage 1910s Cobb Shinn Fantasy Postcard featuring a woman in book. Pink hearts with arrows, and pink Roses at Corners.
Card is postally used with 1911 Salina & Oakley R.P.O. postmark. Mailed to Miss Cora Simmons at Alexandria, Nebraska. Condition is good with crease lower right corner, several other surface creases, and some edge and corner wear.
Vintage Art Nouveau romance postcard. Has cupid holding a photo of a young woman.
Reads: Advice to Girls. Learn to nag. It will come in handy if you ever marry.
Back has a lion head trademark with the number 112.
Card measures 5.5 x 3.5 inches and is used with 1914 Fairplay, Colorado postmark. Addressed to Miss Cora Simmons at Alexandria, Nebraska.
Condition is fair with creasing to three out of four corners, and edge and corner wear.
Vintage original postcard showing a woman kicking a man out of the house.
Reads: The Finishing Touch.
Card is made in U.S.A. SB publisher Series 73-12.
Card measures 3.5 x 5.5 inches and is unused.
Condition is good with crease upper right corner and light edge and corner wear.
Vintage World War I postcard featuring young lovers. Man is dressed in soldier uniform.
Card reads: I like to be by your side
Card is series 596 Soldier Lovers
Card is used with pencil writing on back and one cent stamp that has been removed. 1920 Ripley, Iowa postmark. Mailed to Miss Gertrude Ludke at Holland, Minnesota.
Condition is good with edge and corner wear and pencil writing above woman's head.
Vintage Romance postcard with Winsch back. Shows a young couple sitting on a rock, with fountain flowing near by. Lady is wearing Red Hat and Red Dress.
Reads, On the Fountain of Love.
Card is used with a 1911 Elizabeth, Colorado postmark. Mailed to Alexandria, Nebraska.
Condition is very good with bend upper right corner, couple of light surface creases, and some edge and corner wear.
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Vintage original 1910s Romance postcard. Shows a young lady in a boat, holding an umbrella. Reads: Somebody is waiting for you in Lincoln, Neb. There's a reason.
Published by Bamforth & Co. LTD. From the series "Local Lovers."
Card is unused. Condition is good with edge and corner wear and crease lower left corner.
Vintage 1900s romance postcard. Shows a woman talking on the telephone.
Reads: Hello? Take my advice. Don't Sow your Wild oats. They are bad Reaping.
Card measures 5.5 x 3.5 inches and is used with 1909 Alexandria, Nebraska postmark. Addressed to Mr. Theo Dean at York, Nebraska.
Condition is fair with surface crease running diagonally from upper right corner through lower center, crease lower right corner, and edge and corner wear.
Vintage original 1910s Romance affection spooning postcard. Shows a couple in love, embracing and spoon upper right corner. Reads, "Um-m-m Lovey, hold me close, A "spoon" can't be an overdose".
Used with 1910 postmark. Mailed to Helena Milius at Helvey. Has a one cent stamp.
Condition is good with edge and corner wear and crease lower left corner.