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EL-SALVADOR / LE SALVADOR / এল সালভাদোর / Сальвадор /
ཨིལ་སལ་ཝ་ཌོར། / Ελ Σαλβαδόρ / 엘살바도르 / अल साल्वाडोर /
এল সালভাদর / এল সালভাদর / სალვადორი / एल साल्भादोर / エルサルバドル
"Apulo beach resort --- Lake Ilopango near San / Salvador, El Salvador, C.A. ..."
chrome post card printed in the US, faint corner bend. Sold but still available for scholarly
study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in
.jpg or .tif format. $1.50 e
"El Salvador" showing 2 young women standing with a large assortment of flowers on their heads, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1966 from Perrytown Arkansas (2 different cancels). $1.75 e-a
"El Salvador" showing a cathedral & people nearby, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1965 at Westport Connecticut (2 different cancels), long bend near bottom edge. $1.25 e
"El Salvador" showing a man casting a net near a bridge, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1965 at Okawville Illinois. $1.50 e
"El Salvador" showing many people on horseback with a cathedral in the distance, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1966 at Lexington Illinois. $1.50 e
"El Salvador" showing several women in traditional costume crossing a street. well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1966 at Baden Pennsylvania, cancel on front. $1.25 e
"El Salvador" showing some people on horseback near a large building, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1966 from Crystal Lake Illinois. $1.50 e
"Henequen (sisal) from El Salvador" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1966. $1.75 (e)%
"HU1FT" San Salvador shortwave (10 MHz) QSL card used 1992, attractive art on front, verified by DL7FT, rounded corners as issued. Shown. $1.75 e. Same but (28 MHz), light toning near one call letter. $1.50 e. Both for $3.00 e. ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"Izalco, El Salvador" showing a cathedral with a few people outside it, the volcano of the same name in the background; well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed in 1965 from Chesterfield Indiana. $2.00 ev
"Pesando el Café Para la Exportación" showing coffee being weighed for export by 3 workers & a supervisor, color tarjeta postal, paper lightly browned with age muting the colors. mild wear at the corners (including 2 small creases not into the image). Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 ep
"REPUBLICA DE EL SALVADOR, C. A. / LAGO DE COATEPEQUE Y VOLCAN STA. ANA 6B286-N" linen post card mailed 1992, 3 small spots of toning in the sky on front. This post card was first printed in 1942 & was reprinted later, as we see here. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.75 ev
"San Salvador" showing 2 young men & young ladies, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1965 at Virden Illinois. $2.00 e
"San Salvador" showing 2 young women carrying many different types of flowers in baskets on their heads, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1966 from Gladwyne Pennsylvania. $2.00 ef ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
TACA / TRANSPORTES AEREOS CENTRO-AMERICANOS. Continental black & white photograph showing its Douglas DC-4 being serviced, well composed with good focus & contrast. Rare. $5.00 a(p)e
TACA AIR CARGO (El Salvador). Continental black & white Ilford real photo postcard from an undisclosed publisher showing its Lockheed L-188 (YS-07C) parked, exemplary focus & contrast, near mint. $7.50 a(p)e NEW / NUEVO / NY
TACA AIRLINES / TACA INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES. Color continental Fujichrome photograph of its Vickers Viscount (YS-08C) parked near a building, good focus & composition & contrast. Rare. $5.00 a(p)e NEW / NUEVO / NY
"YS1AG" colorful San Salvador shortwave (10.1 MHZ) QSL tarjeta postal used 1993 by operator Dr. Andrés Göens, yellowish spot in the back message area obscures nothing, good edges. Shown. $2.00 e. Different design on yellowish stock, used 1991, no postcard back. $1.75 e ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"YS1DRF" shortwave (28 MHz) San Salvador QSL card with logo of the Long island DX Association logo in purple, used 1992 by operator Richard Dandine, excellent condition. $1.75 e
"YS1GMV" shortwave (28 MHz) San Salvador QSL card used 1990 by operator Mario Maran Vega, fairly fresh. $1.50 e
"YS1RA" San Salvador QSL card mailed 1949 to the US (but stamp removed), 2 corners multiply creased, another short crease is internal. $1.00 e
"YS1ZG" San Salvador QSL card used 1948 by Paul J. Boet at the American Embassy; wider than most continentals, it has multiple tears and creases along its short borders. Mr. Boet later became a businessman and entrepreneur who repaired electronic equipment and sold records there in 'Kismet' stores. As is. $1.50 e
"YS3TM" Usualtin QSL card mailed 1959 (2 different stamps, 6-c & 10-c hotel, lightly cancelled) to Illinois by operator Tomas Meardi. $2.25 e
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