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DALMATIA POSTCARDS
& DALMATIAN POST CARDS

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DALMATIA POST CARDS & DALMATIAN POSTCARDS
Dalmácia / Dalmácie / Dalmacija / Dalmācijas / Dalmaçya /
Dalmatia / Dalmatie / Dalmatië / Dalmatien / Dalmatija /
Dalmatinska /
DALMAZIA / Dalmaziako / Далмація /
Далмация / 达尔马提亚 / Δαλματία / ダルマチア / 달마 티아 /

Now on their own webpage. Please click here to visit it.
See also Jugoslavian post cards.


"HVAR" showing the coastline there, continental postcard mailed there 1962 with Jugoslavian stamps (1 removed neatly) to New Orleans Louisiana, trivial corner wear. Now off the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. $1.00 cd
NEW / NOV / NOVÝ / NOWY

"KORCULA. Panorama" in color, from Markovic, very late usage at New Vernon New Jersey, corner & edge wear, ugly cancel on front. $1.25 d

"MAKARSKA. Panorama" as seen from the water, color from Markovic, very late usage at Crummies Kentucky, faint corner crease, minor edge wear. $2.50 d

Jugoslavia_SplitFracuska-200small.jpg Dalmatian postcards available from Judnick.com


"Split. Vrata 'Argentea' / Spalato. Porte 'Argentes'" showing a sidewalk café & a tower with a clock, unused postcard with much corner wear & rounding, light toning on back. $1.75
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"Types de peuples austro-hongrois, serie XXVII. / 2 /  ...  / Costimi nazionali del circondario di Zara (Dalmazia)." showing a man with pipe & a woman with chickens. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 (dc)

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"Types de peuples austro-hongrois, serie XXVII. / 9 /  ...  / Costimi nazionali del circondario di Zara (Dalmazia)." showing a man standing by the water. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 (dc)

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                                                 HISTORICAL NOTE
 In 1918--after the surrender of Germany, Austria-Hungary & its allies--
a number of after-war boundaries remained to be settled. Italy, an American ally, had ambitions to gain territories along the Dalmatian coast, where they had a minority population. But President Woodrow Wilson proposed boundaries along majority-language lines instead. A number of confrontations resulted among forces that were recently allied. In little-known maneuverings, the American forces ousted the Italian military from the island of Trau / Trogir & adjacent areas of the Dalmatian coast (now in Croatia). All this was prior to Wilson's stroke and the treaties that settled most of these lands as Jugoslavian. The following extraordinary sepia-tone real photo postcards were taken & annotated by a US sailor during that period, November 1918 - May 1919, Among other things, they document the enthusiastic reception given to the Americans by the majority populace there. When we searched the Internet we were unable to find the likes of these photos from any source. Presented in chronological order, rather than by caption, these surviving photos present exceptionally interesting history. We offer them as a group at the end.








"83 Chasers in Spalato 1st time 11-17-18" showing some military ships near shore, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"85 Crowd in dock Spalato 11-17-18" with a distant view (presumably the ship coming into port), Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).


"87  On the dock at Paludi" in Calabria Italy,
Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, light toning near the back edges, good edges, slight waviness to the paper itself.

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"90 The water front Spalato" fairly close showing some masted ships, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"92 The Square in Spalato" showing a sailor & some local people in Split, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).


"96 Paludi Bay"
similar to 87 above, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, light toning near the back edges, good edges, slight waviness to the paper itself.

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"110 Largest cement plant in Dalmatia" caption from writing on back, unused AZO real photo (triangles point both ways), tiny spot on front, low-contrast  /  grayish.

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"112 Clissa & the old castle" the Italian name, now Klis in Croatian or Kilis in Turkish;
unused AZO real photo (triangles point both ways) postcard with good focus & contrast & composition, very light toning near the back edges.

Jugoslavia_127Trau-200_small.jpg Dalmatian postcards available from Judnick.com
"127 At Trau" showing a Trogir waterfront scene with a couple of small boats, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"137  Milina  338 at the dock" a confusing caption & numbering, in Serbia if correct; Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"140 Spalato from the Tower" showing a view of Split, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"158  Austrian Kids in Trau" Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat). Trau is also known as Trogir.

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"160 Fishing village Seghetto near Trau" including several small boats, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

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"161 Fish Market. Trau" Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat). Trau is now Trogir.


"162 Trau from the Island"
Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on toned back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat). Trau is now Trogir.

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Jugoslavia_165Spalato-200_small.JPG Dalmatia photos available from Judnick Postcards
"165 Wood market - Spalato" showing it from a distance, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"175 French Admiral's Yacht. Spalato" with a good side view, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"209 Church Parade in Marina Trau" showing many participants, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"Tribunal steps _ Trau 255" showing a Naval officer posing with some local citizens, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"265 At Trau 5-2-19" shows crowd with 2 tuba players (presumably greeting a ship), Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, tape mending corner.

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"Concert in Square. Trau. 5-2-19" showing sailor band entertaining the local citizens, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

Jugoslavia_266Trau-200small.jpg Dalmnatian photographs available from Judnick Postcards

"In the Square on Sunday. Trau. 5-4-19 266" Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

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to other Dalmatian history & paper collectibles webpages.
Collector, museum & club links are especially welcome.

Jugoslavia_267ChurchParade-200_small.jpg"267 Church Parade Trau" including many priests (probably from the Benedictine monastery there), Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

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"Church parade. Trau. 5-4-19 268" showing a street filled with people, sepia-tone Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

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"270 The Little Canal Trau" showing a religious procession in the foreground, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"271 Church parade by Canal Trau 5-4-19" with good view of both, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"Spalato Square 280" with a street scene from Split, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) postcard with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

"Court yard - Municipal Bldg - Trau 286" showing a long staircase with some people for scale, Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with caption from writing on back, slight waviness to the paper (won't lie perfectly flat).

All 28 of the above postcards for $375.00 jcdh
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