Vintage 1930s comic postcard. We Are "Sightseeing" Here. Features a group of tourist riding in a beer wagon. Brewery factories in the background.
Card is used with a one cent stamp Chicago Century of Progress stamp and July 12, 1933 Chicago Century of Progress cancel. Mailed to Miss Alma Jorn at Verdon, Nebraska.
Condition is fair with a crease upper right corner 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 circa 1940s linen comic postcard. I'm Stretchin' to Say Hello! How About You!
Features a giraffe stretching toward a bird in a bird house.
Card is used with a one cent stamp and 1946 Fairbury, Nebraska postmark. Mailed to Billy Gene Ehrett at Fairbury.
Condition is good with edge and corner wear, and small crease upper left corner.
Vintage Tichnor comic postcard. Features a man riding in a car shaped like a coin purse. Car has a tire punctured by tack.
Reads: Another Flat! I'll Need the Jack and Lots of it!
Sign at rear reads: Detour Rough Going
Side of car reads: Vacation Expense
Card is number 770. Measures 5.5 x 3.5 inches and is used with 1950 Friend, Nebraska postmark. Mailed to Miss Bessie Husa at Peru, Nebraska.
Condition is very good.