Original old vintage embossed paper postcard. Features a large white and red rose with dew, on a light green background.
Reads: Happiness be yours from day to day.
Raphael Tuck & Sons Post Card. Embossed Floral Greetings Series 121.
Measures 3.5 inches wide x 5.5 inches tall.
Divided back postcard dating to circa 1910.
Card is used with pencil correspondence written on the back. Has a one cent stamp and Waterville, Kansas postmark.
Addressed to Miss Sophia Bartels at Bremen, Kansas.
Condition is good with edge and corner wear, light soiling, and light album impressions at each corner. Also has a birthday greeting penciled on the lower right front corner.A very pretty card!
Antique 1912 Postcard Guide and History View Book of Old St. Augustine Florida.
Published in 1912 by H.J. Usina of St. Augustine.
Softcover book measuring about 5 3/4" wide x 7" long.
38 pages of history and black and white photos, along with 10 postcards included in the back. Postcards are perforated so they can be removed from the book and mailed.
Book shows wear, soiling, and some creases to the upper corner, on the last couple pages and lower right corner of each lower postcard (2 postcards per page at the rear).
Overall fair to good used condition.
Lot of 10 vintage original Arkansas postcards. All are unused. Dates range from the 1930s to the 1960s.
Cards each measure approximately 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches.
Condition is good with some signs of wear, which may include creased corners, edge wear, and or light soiling. One has tape residue on the back.
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You will receive all 10 of the exact cards shown in the photos.
Nice Arkansas travel lot!
Original antique greetings postcard. Features a tipped bowl filled with red and pink roses. Upper right and lower left corners have the look of lace. All on a soft green background.
Reads: Best Wishes
Dates to circa 1910.
Printed in Germany. Series 7026.
Card is unused.
Condition is good with album impressions at the corners, some cracking of the gel surface near the center and a pink spot at the upper right edge of the center circle.