(POSTCARD DEPARTMENT OF JUDNICK.COM)
How to Order
Articles Discount Policy Return Policy Consignments
Shipping/Handling Other Postal Services Shipments Abroad
Abbreviations Explained Search Whole Site Appraisals
Shows Customers Write Unique Gift Ideas Links
POSTCARDS, TRADE CARDS,
ADVERTISING CARDS & POST CARDS
What's new? Items
marked NEW / NEU / NOUVEAU!
A more compact format has been adopted throughout.
High-resolution thumbnails have been used throughout.
Please friend us or follow us on Facebook at Judnick Postcards.
Also, follow us on Twitter @PostcardBill for special offers & news!
Reminders: All items offered
subject to prior sale.
Quantities available: one each unless stated otherwise.
We reserve the right to correct typographical errors.
Unless noted, prices do not include postage or insurance.
HOLD-TO-LIGHT POSTCARDS & POST CARDS
Bicycle is not a Racycle. / Without Racycle Crank Hanger / Why is a CHEAP
bicycle like this Lady? / (HOLD TO THE LIGHT) / MORAL: / BUY A RACYCLE / The
Henderson Litho. Co. Col." sexist hold-to-light advertising card: when held to light
you see the woman's figure
in silhouette with exceptionally skinny hips & legs over the words (now
showing) 'A FINE FINISH BUT A POOR FRAME'. Slightly longer than a
continental postcard. Handstamped in violet on back: 'ED. BORDERWICH, / Sale
Agt. / 331 E. 8rd. St. DAYTON, O. / Telephone, 469'. Paper browning with
age, 3 horizontal creases so it could be folded into quarters. Rare: nothing
like it offered, or even displayed, when we searched the Internet. Sold but front
side still available for scholarly
study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced
200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00
"HOLD CARD TO LIGHT / Official Souvenir / POSTAL CARD / Machinery Building" from St. Louis Expo of 1904, mailed with light exposition cancel on 1-cent Livingston commemorative stamp, minor corner & edge wear, lightly toned back, cancel ink on front. Windows on building, the sun & some lights strung between poles light up. $35.00 (hem-e)
"HOLD CARD TO LIGHT / Official Souvenir / POSTAL CARD / Machinery Building" from St. Louis Expo of 1904, 1-cent Livingston commemorative stamp accompanied by "This is the mail for which you sent postage" auxiliary marking, minor corner & edge wear, lightly toned back, cancel ink on front. Windows on building, the sun & some lights strung between poles light up. The initial cancel where the stamp should have been is probably a Saint Louis duplex 1 handstamp-- probably, because the stamp is applied over some of it. The there is a NOV 15 1904 Saint Louis duplex 2 neatly which neatly ties the stamp. Then there is an Olathe Kans. NOV 16 receiving mark that just ties the stamp. In violet "This is the mail for / which you sent postage B" with all but 2 letters clear. Then in the lower left is a violet 2-ring circular "City Distribution Division // NOV / 13 / 1904 // St. Louis, Mo. (P.D.)" The name of the recipient is written twice in different inks--for which there are multiple possible explanations. $35.00 (he-u(p))
Postcard Collector. April 1988 (Volume 6 Number 4). Features on publisher Arthur Livingston, checklist of Koehler hold-to-lights, Louisiana & Texas postcard distributors & more. $2.00 p,h
"PRAY HOLD THIS CARD UP TO THE LIGHT / AND YOU WILL SEE A CHARMING SIGHT / Gloucester Cathedral from the Meadow Gloucester" English view on grayish paper, with subtle details in the clouds and elsewhere showing through when so held, unused post card, corner crease. $12.00 *
"To My Valentine / LOOK THRO" unused hold-to-light divided-back postcard printed in Germany, unexplained child at mailbox trademark near a back corner. Art depicts Cupid riding an improbable candle-shaped airship, pointing to the heart which, when held to light, reddens up appropriately & reveals a quality drawing of a man in formal attire smoking a cigar! Rare. $30.00 hv NEW / NEU / NOUVEAU
To order from this pricelist, please
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How are the captions listed?
What do the abbreviations mean?
What do the letters after the prices mean?
In what currency are the prices?
Can I spot better items quickly?
How do I order? Do you also buy?
How can I tell a friend quickly?
Do you accept wantlists?
Will you help me find something?
Can I create a shortcut to here?
Do you have a suggestion box?
Do you accept advertising?
Can I make this page easier to read?
How can I ask another question?
ANSWERS APPEAR IN ANOTHER WINDOW
SO YOU WILL NOT LOSE YOUR PLACE
abbreviations explained in English
| Abkürzungen erklärt auf Deutsch,_
| lühendid eestikeelsete selgituste
lyhenteet suomenkielisin selvennöksineen ja esimerkein
The above 4 features are
especially designed for users
Other users (having
wide monitors &
CLICK HERE TO SELECT OTHER POSTCARD
FROM OUR ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO POSTCARDS
CLICK HERE TO SELECT PHOTO WEBPAGES
FROM OUR INDEX TO PHOTOS
CLICK HERE TO TO SELECT COVER WEBPAGES
FROM OUR INDEX TO COVERS & POSTAL HISTORY
CLICK HERE TO SELECT STAMP WEBPAGES
FROM OUR INDEX TO STAMPS & PHILATELIC LITERATURE
CLICK HERE FOR JUDNICK'S ANNUAL GUIDES
TO POSTCARD VALUES OFFERED ON CD'S:
Judnick Guide To Postcard Values CD
© Judnick Postcards, 1999-2013,
All Rights Reserved
Registration in Progress