A RENE CLOKE POSTCARD - "THE LOG GATHERERS". Published by J. Salmon, 1935. No 4624 in the "BOYS AND GIRLS IN THE COUNTRY" Series. The card depicts three barefoot children gathering logs in the woods. Two rabbits are watching. Ink mark on stamp area otherwise in fine unused condition.
A fine UNUSED color POSTCARD: HOME OF BETTE DAVIS. NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA. Manufactured by the Longshore Card Co., circa 1940s. Card #814. The card shows a color photograph of a Tudor style home with well manicured lawns. Inset, into a circle on the upper right corner, is a photo of Bette Davis. In fine UNUSED condition.
"Polo Grounds, New York City" Vintage Linen Postcard. Located at 155th and 8th Avenue, the world renowned home of the New York Giants has a seating capacity of 45,000 persons. Condition Excellent, Normal Aging, Unused. Curt Teich
Authentic Vintage Linen Postcard. Excellent Condition, Used. Circa 1953
A fine CHROMOLITHOGRAPED VALENTINE POSTCARD by MARY ELEANOR GEORGE. London, Ernest Nister & New York, E.P. Dutton. Printed in Bavaria (full color chromolithographed illustration). #1860. The card is captioned: "My Valentine. Come Live With Me And Be My love". It depicts a boy in a blue sailor suit arm-in-arm with a girl wearing a pink and white dress and Mary Jane shoes. In NEAR MINT and UNUSED condition. The card measures 5 1/2 inches by 3 1/2 inches.
Genuine Curt Teich Linen Postcard, Elco Yacht at RCA Exhibit, New York World's Fair, Postmark 1939. Front Excellent Condition. Back Condition Pictured.
CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. RING-A-ROSEY. Bon Ton Art Co., 1912. The card depicts a winter scene with white-robed children dancing around a snowman. Gilt background. Postally used.
Authentic Vintage Linen Postcard (circa 1948), As Featured in the Book "Linen Postcards Images of the American Dream" (p.141). Excellent Condition, Unusued. Capital Souvenir Company, Inc.
"At the end of the Rainbow" Vintage Linen Era Postcard. Condition Very Good, Unused. Tichnor
"Sightseer Cruiser" Vintage Linen Postcard. Three cruises daily from Cold Spring Dock at historic Cape May; past New Jersey's noted fishing fleet, the Hotel of Presidents, famous lighthourse and concrete ship, then along the World's finest and safest bathing beaches at the Wildwoods. Excellen Condition, Unused. Curt Teich
LOUIS WAIN "BLACK CATS" POSTCARD. Raphael Tuck & Sons, "OILETTE" #3345. Divided back -postally unused but with ink inscription. The card features four smiling black cats each wearing a colorful bow. The card is captioned: "SMILE AWHILE!/ AND/ WHILE/ YOU/ SMILE/ ANOTHER SMILES!/ AND LIFE'S/ WORTH WHILE/ BECAUSE/ YOU SMILE!". Unsigned but guaranteed to be Wain. In good condition.
Saucy Sailorette, Atlantic City N. J. 1941.
Curt Teich,Vintage Linen Postcard, As Featured in the Book "Linen Postcards Images of the American Dream" (Pg 73). Condition Excellent, unused
Curt Teich Postcard, "Graumans Chinese Theatre" Vintage Linen Postcard, As Featured in the Book "Linen Postcards Images of the American Dream" (Pg 89). Condition Excellent, unused.
Vintage Linen Postcard, The Miami Parrot Jungle, Woman in Leopard Swimsuit in Tree with Macaws and Cockatoo.
Authentic Vintage Linen Postcard As Featured in the Book "Linen Postcards Images of the American Dream" (p. 37). From the back: "Featuring Florida's most beautiful Cabana Club, Olympic Swimming Pool and spacious Private Sand Beach." Great addition to Miami Beach Deco collections. Excellent Condition, Used. Majestic Press, Inc.
"Berry Field, Nashville's Municipal Airport, Nashville, Tenn." Vintage Linen Postcard. Berry Field, Nashville's Municipal Airport, was named Berry Field in honor of Colonel Harry S. Berry, State W.P.A. Administrator. The total cost of construction will be about $2,500,000- and is conceded to be one of the most outstanding airports of the United States...
A fine Mabel Lucie Attwell postcard. Valentine's "ATTWELL" Series. Number 105, 1920. The signed postcard depicts a chubby-cheeked girl holding a large pair of scissors and is captioned: I'LL CUT YOU OFF/ MY LIST OF FRIENDS/ IF YOU DON'T WRITE ME SOON. Further captioned below in French. Pictured on page 42 of John Henty's book "The Collectable World Of Mabel Lucie Attwell". Measures 5 1/2 inches by 3 1/2 inches. In fine unused condition.
"Chicago" Vintage Linen Postcard, As Featured in the Book "Linen Postcards Images of the American Dream" (Pg 96). Condition Excellent, unused.
Curt Teich 1950