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arkliai / atlar / CABALLOS / cavalls / CAVALOS / CAVALLI /
CHEVAUX / dawakai / hestar / hevoset / hobused / konje /
konji / KUAJ / kuda / lovak / mahatchi / PERDE / PFERDE /
zaldiak / ձի / коней / ঘোড়া / 马匹 / άλογα / 馬 / жылқы / 말
Subdivided: Horse-drawn transportation postcards (separate page);
Named horses postcards & Unnamed horses postcards (this page).
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POSTCARDS & EQUINE POST CARDS--NAMED HORSES
Related locations at this site: Horses--unnamed,
Racing postcards & Racing topical covers.
"5093. 'Rocking Chair' Making Good His Reputation." having thrown a hapless cowboy, unused H-H-T Company postcard with divided back, light speckles of yellowish toning both sides. $2.25 ch
"BLUE SWORDS / Owner Allen T. Simmons / RADIO STATION WADC, AKRON, OHIO" unused postcard depicting the bay thoroughbred stallion born 1939, faint long corner crease. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg. $2.00 hg(s)o(a)r
"Bob Boden Leaving Mexico" showing the rider being thrown from that horse at a rodeo, unused linen post card with yellowing paper on back, Doubleday copyright, printed in 1939, trivial corner rounding. $4.00 cnhg
"BONNY GRAY JUMPING 'KING TUT' OVER AUTO, / CHEYENNE FRONTIER DAYS. (DOUBLEDAY) / 1926" sepia-tone SSSS real photo post card, unevenly toned back, slight oxidation consistent with age, trivial corner wear. Also known to have performed the feat at the Los Angeles Roundup. Note the blanket draped over the car underneath the horse. It probably masked the removal of the door there for the safety of both horse & rider. We have seen a sign draped there as well at other locations so it is hardly a coincidence. Rare. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. wch(n)
"BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY / MAN O'WAR, THE WONDER HORSE" with another view "Cumberland Falls State Park, Kentucky" on its back, removed carefully from a linen-era folder in color, regular postcard size. $1.25 rh
"CHEYENNE KAISER SHOWS HIS HEELS TO MARYANN / (© 1922 R. R. DOUBLEDAY)" the famous rodeo rider's shoulders hit the dirt forcefully as the horse rears up, unused sepia-tone Azo real photo (blank corners) post card, browning paper on back, mild corner rounding. $18.00 ch(n)g
"COLLEGE MAID 2:07˝" referring to her establishment of a world record time (by one-quarter second) for guideless pacing (no driver!) at the Pacific National Fair & Livestock Show (also called the Pacific National Show or the National Pacific Show for short) 9/21-26/08 in Portland Oregon. At the upper left is the grandstand of the Portland County Club & Livestock Association. The Morning Oregonian newspaper of 9/22/08 mentioned a time not quite as fast (on the 21st), so her record came on the 22nd or 23rd, before she was auctioned off on the 24th. Rare! $55.00 rh(n)o(p)
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"CORPORAL No. 62048 / Recorded by the Percheron Society of America / ... / CORPORAL will make the season of 1911, on the farm known as the Samuel Kyle Farm, on the Big Four Railroad, between Kyle and Monroe Stations / ... / J. W. KYLE, owner, Rural Route No. 1, KYLE OHIO" advertising & showing the horse with very detailed pedigree. Unused 1-cent McKinley government postal card, faint small upper corner crease affects nothing. Exceptionally interesting and rare, the card sheds light on the naming of the community, the Kyle family genealogy, and even the rates & conditions of stud service offered. 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 o(k)hga
"DAN PATCH 1:55" unevenly divided back postcard mailed SEP 4 1907 from Minneapolis Minnesota to Mr. Edwin Davis in Madelia Minnesota (next day arrival postal marking), trace of wear at the corners. The world record cited in the caption for this preeminent pacer was set in a 1906 time trial; it was tied 32 years later & broken 54 years later. 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 h(n)r
"DON GUERRO" winner of the 1973 Golden State Derby, 1974 AQHA Champion Aged Stallion, etc. Unused chrome from a painting by Darol Dickinson. $3.00 (ha)*
"ETERNAL LARK / Owner Allen T. Simmons / RADIO STATION WADC, AKRON, OHIO" unused postcard depicting the thoroughbred stallion, front in excellent condition. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scans in .jpg format. $2.00 for either, or both for $3.75. hg(s)o(a)r
"Founding Father of the U. S. Cavalry / Col. Com. Michael Kovats de Fabriczy" or more completely & accurately Colonel Commandant Michael Kovats de Fabricy who, together with General Casimir Pulaski are known as the Founding Fathers of the US Cavalry; unused copyrighted postcard issued on the occasion of the US Bicentennial, a detailed biography printed in the back message area, small bend on a bottom corner is noticeable from the back. The signed painting is by Zoltán de Bényey. The misspelling in his last name may explain why this postcard is hard to find. We did find one in the Zemplén Museum though. $4.00 hm(a)m(h)b
"Greyhound, Champion Trotter, 1:56, Lexington, Ky. / 8A-H586" side view of him in action circa 1928, unused postcard, good edges. Named 'Trotter of the Century'. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 rh(n)k
"GUTHRIE BUCK P-106306 / R.O.M. Cutting N.C.H.A. Cert of Ability 752..." chrome ad from Waterford Ontario with Darol Dickinson photo. Unused. $3.00 *
"Hauptmann Stubbendorff gewann die Gold- / medaille in der Vielseitigkeitsprüfung auf 'Nurmi'" real photo souvenir card showing the German Captain winning gold aboard his horse in the 1936 Olympics. Sammelwerk Nr. 14 / OLYMPIA 1936 -- Band II / Bild Nr. 183 Gruppe 61, no postcard back, much pertinent information on back. $5.00 oh(n)m(g)
"HOLEY SOX: Greatest son of Leo and a champion / in his own right. HOLEY SOX is the only horse / in the world with an AA rating and number 1 at cutting..." from a painting by Darol Dickinson, unused, excellent condition. (2 available) $3.00 each. ha*
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"J. S. WINGATE / GROCER / No. 332 Market St. Oxford" uncaptioned (so we used the horse-drawn wagon signage) sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good contrast & focus, slight oxidation consistent with circa-1909 age (we found mentions as early as 1906), light spotty toning on back. The 332 in the address could be 333; the fabric bows a bit there. Possibly one-of-a-kind: no caption, no photographer attribution, no publisher information. $25.00 p(o)hfg
"KE-16 BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY / MAN O'WAR, THE WONDER HORSE 3A-H230" unused linen post card with fresh colors, writing on back dates to 1950 but it was published more like 1933, good edges. $4.00 rn. Same but not quite as fresh, with a bit of corner wear & back paper yellowing a bit with age. $3.25 rn
"KENNETH HAYS ALMOST RODE 'BLACK DIAMOND' TRI-STATE ROUND-UP / (DOUBLEDAY) BELLE FOURCHE, S.D." catching his impact with the ground; sepia-tone Azo (triangles both ways, circa- 1920) real photo postcard, lightly toned back, minor corner wear. Rare: no other offers, no recorded sales & no exhibits when we searched the Internet. $16.50 cs(b)nh(n)
"KENTUCKY'S / FAME / BOURBON / SALVATOR 1.35˝" color multiview including a gun, Kraemer art number 5029, extensive stain along 2 back edges, trivial corner wear. In 1890, at Monmouth Park, Salvator established the world record for the mile (given on the card) that was to last for 28 years. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg (187,361 bytes) or .tif format. $1.5 hkk
"'MAN-O-WAR,' THE WONDER HORSE, BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY--K-15" being held by a black, mailed 1950 or 1956, light amount of cancel ink on front. $3.25 (rnb)
"'MAN-O-WAR' THE WONDER HORSE, BRED IN 'OLD KENTUCKY' -- K15" side view with a black handler, unused linen postcard, numbered 6023 near the stamp box, hint of corner wear. $3.50 rnb
"No. 1 Fire Department, Starting / for Fire, Sandusky, Ohio" with 2 horse-drawn vehicles passing before identifiable shops, color post card mailed there 1916, heavily toned back, mild corner & edge wear. $17.50 fho
"Officer Randy Fosson and Lee / Opera House" at 145 North Broadway in Lexington Kentucky, unused post card, tiny upper corner bend, otherwise excellent condition. Rare; we believe it is a proof for a series that was never printed! $7.00 k(l)lh(n)g
"PADDY RYAN ON 'BUCK SHOT' TRI-STATE ROUND-UP, BELLE FOURCHE, S. DAK. / (DOUBLEDAY)" unused circa-1919 sepia-tone Azo (triangles both ways) real photo postcard, light album toning on back, oxidation consistent with age. The photographer was Ralph Russel Doubleday. Rare: we could find no other offers, no other exhibits, and no recorded sales when we searched the Internet recently. $17.50 cs(b)nhp
"Pompey / SHOSHONE STUD (W. R. CO), LEXINGTON, KY. 122266" advertising his stud services in the white-border era, Minor corner wear, faint small corner crease. Won the Wood Stakes & held the 6-1 / 2 furlong record at Saratoga. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.75 hrk*
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"PRINCE DAVID ApHC 163,902 / 1972 Sorrel and White Leopard / 100% Wiescamp breeding..." unused chrome with an unretouched Dickinson photo. $3.00 (h)%
"PRINCE PLAUDIT--STALLION 55,156 / Foaled May 30, 1963. Concentrated breeding of Old Fred and Red Dog..." with a painting by Darol Dickinson. Unused, excellent condition. (2 available) $3.00 each. (ha)*
"RED SUBLETT LEAVING 'WHISKEY PETE' / (D. F. P. CO. INC.)" unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles both ways) real photo postcard, lightly toned front, album marks at the back corners, slight curl to the paper no problem for any album. Apparently a staged stunt; the rider was holding a sign with the horse's name. $13.50 ch(n)n
"RIDING VAMPIRE" showing a cowboy riding a bucking bronco with 3 mounted sidekicks looking on, sepia-tone postcard with undivided back published by R. C. Smith Company, even light browning of paper on back, good edges. $20.00 ch(n)
"SHIRLEY ANN KNOWLES and her high-schooled horse / Pinkey of Deloss Wilke's Sunny Hill Stables " in Stillwell Kansas, including a very fancy saddle, unused chrome. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 hkg
"SIR JAMES / Winner of Nala Challenge Cup--1910 / Copyright 1910 by T. P. & Co., N.Y." sepia-tone art signed George Smith showing its head with gear, mailed 1911 from Toronto Ontario, small internal crease, traces of cancel ink on front , minor corner wear & rounding. Seldom seen. The Nala Challenge Cup was for broad water jumping, a competition between US Army officers & cavalry officers from abroad, at the National Horse Show held at Madison Square Garden. Sir James was owned by Alfred G. Vanderbilt, president of the National Horse Show Association. $18.00 hna(s)
"SKIPPER W. / Sire: Nick Shoemaker Dam: Hired Girl..." from a painting by Darol Dickinson, unused, excellent condition. (2 available) $3.00 each. Same but one bent corner. $2.00 (ha)*
"Sporting / Ireland / Souvenir Horses / of" postcard with 5 captioned views mailed from Dublin 3 JUN 1957 to Chicago Illinois, curved approximately 1" internal crease that is hard to see from the front, traces of cancel ink on front, trivial corner wear. Tiny print captions: Over 500 horses are on view at the Royal Dublin Society's Show Grounds, International Teams compete in the Jumping Arena; Sales Paddocks, Royal Dublin Society, where a Derby winner can be purchased; Famous Irish Sweepstakes Drum, from which are drawn thousands of Prizes in connection with the Derby and other races; Irish Arctic Prince, winner of English Derby 1951, Irish bred colt owned & bred by Mr. Joseph McGrath, Director of Irish Sweepstakes; meet of fox hounds, Dunsany Castle. $9.00 ihmr
"SWAPS WINNER OF THE KENTUCKY DERBY" with a handler, unused chrome postcard from a photo by Skeets Meadors, numbered K-9406 in the stamp box, fairly fresh with good edges. (2 available) $3.00 each. rh
"The Roycroft Shop / in East Aurora / / Fra Elbertus / and Garnet" Unused private mailing card in black & white, undivided back, a very few tiny spots of toning both sides. Shows Elbert Green Hubbard, American writer, editor & printer of then-scandalous publications, who was also an accomplished horseman. He founded this shop to produce pottery, leather & metal work in the style of the Arts & Crafts Movement. $7.50 n(e)ahp
"THREE BARS / Artistically Reproduced" ad for Darol Dickinson lithographs on back. Unused postcard. $3.00 (ha)%
"Tonto Bars / Hank" two-time Quarter Running Champion, AQHA Supreme Champion, etc. Darol Dickinson photo, unused post card. $3.00 (h)*
"Two Eyed Jack AQHA Champion / Pitzer Ranche / Quarter Horses with..." unused chrome postcard, tiny corner bend. $2.50 (h)%
"WAR ADMIRAL 'IN OLD KENTUCKY'--K84" showing him from the side, unused linen post card, writing on back dates to 1950, otherwise fairly fresh. Voted the outstanding thoroughbred of 1937, he won the Eastern Shore Handicap, Pimlico Special, Whitney Stakes & many other races. $3.50 rh
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CARDS & POSTCARDS--UNNAMED HORSES
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|"126 CHARTRES. -- Marché aux chevaux. -- LL." showing a horse market
in France circa 1919, postcard with green back, unused. $20.00
"140. Sioux Indian Chiefs." standing alongside their horses, post card from the Hament Publishing Company intended for use by members of the United States Army (space for name & rank on back), very late usage at Sioux Falls South Dakota, both bottom corners with small crease, slight curl to the paper, noticeably toned both sides. $2.50 i(s)h
"3331. TONKIN -- Son Exellence le Kham-Saď / marchant contre le Dé-Tham (Été 1909)" black & white carte postale addressed & messaged in French, when the country was called French Indo-China. The campaign of His Excellency Kham-Saď (Governor of Tonkin, the man in the center, in distinguishing garb) in the summer of 1909 was not successful. Dé-Tham had a price put on his head by the French Governor-General Klobukowsky after an unsuccessful attempt to take Hanoi, but was beheaded much later in his sleep on March 18 1913 -- ending a conflict that had lasted a quarter century. The shoeless but medaled man on the right signals to the viewer that some of the Governor's best & fearless men were going on the mission. Tonkin now lies completely in North Vietnam. The horse shown is a Vietnamese Hmong, diminutive in size, thick mane cropped to form a crest, prized for sure-footedness in mountainous terrains where Dé-Tham was known to be hiding. Publicizing this ill-fated campaign, Frenchman Louis Toullaine addressed the postcard to his niece Mademoiselle Luçienne Toullaine in Paris. Seldom offered. 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 vhh
"488 N CHARROS. MEXICO" showing 3 people in fancy attire standing near a horse, real photo with slight oxidation, mailed 1958 in US but looks like an earlier card, small ink smear on back. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 mhc
"724 / HOME-MADE CART WITH WOODEN WHEELS, CAPE BRETON HIGHLANDS NAT. PAR. PHOTO. NAT. PARK BUREAU" drawn by horse, monochromatic green, made in Canada, unused. $7.50 nh
"79 TETUAN / OFICIAL DE LA GUARDIA / JALIFANA." showing a uniformed lawman with sword on horseback, sepia-tone tarjeta postal from an undisclosed publisher, very late usage at Monroe South Dakota, trivial corner & edge wear, a few dark tiny speckles at the top front which may be from cancel ink. $6.26 thl
"a bedouin and his pride" namely 2 horses, sepia-tone from Jamal Bros, numbered 53 & dated 1921 on back, unused, brownish paper. $6.00 ph
"Argentina's 'Pato', / basketball on horses" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1964 from Canal Fulton Ohio, smaller scene on stamp side too, trace of cancel ink on front . $2.00 ah*
"Argentina's 'Pato' / basketball on horses" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1964 from New Philadelphia Ohio. $2.00 ah*
"BAKER / ART / GALLERY / NEAR STATE & MILL STS." showing a dead horse in a pile of rubble in Columbus Ohio after the 1913 flood, unused Azo (triangles up) sepia-tone real photo postcard, small bottom corner crease, noticeable edge wear especially at the top & left front. Seen offered elsewhere as high as $34.99, but save you money here. $8.00 o(c)dh
Clear AU 10 1933 Columbus Ohio machine cancel ties damaged-in-opening 3˘ Washington stamp franking #10 envelope conveying 4 full-page letter on 2 illustrated letterheads from M. Mae Palmer to her husband A. T. Palmer (proprietors of the Maeland Stock Farm in Dublin Ohio) as he travelled with the Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus, next-day arrival marked by light violet double-ring Martinsburg WV hand cancel on back. These people trained and boarded horses & harnesses suitable for heavy circus work. Aside from personal remarks, the lady recounts in detail a fascinating & amusing bargaining session where a prospective customer tried to buy or rent "the tallyho" and harness for four. Their business did not last long, evidently succumbing during the Depression. We found no mention of their business at all when we searched the Internet. $19.00 o-ch NEW / NEU / NOUVEAU
"C. P. KLEIN" unused & uncaptioned (so we used the most prominent sign) Azo (triangles up) sepia-tone real photo postcard with good edges. Pictorial signage includes anvil, horseshoe & saw. Man holds 2 horses in the large entrance. Sign over the horses reads 'WOODWORK / FILING & GUMMING', the latter involves skillful grinding of saw teeth gullets to a desired shape. Small sign at right '... SHARPENED HERE'. $20.00 h(u)p
"Do you know these two men? They were taken the twentieth of November. Your niece, Elva" uncaptioned (so we use writing from the back) sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed JAN 23 1911 at Robinson Illinois to 'All Pogne, Fletcher Ohio' (a small village with more precise addressing unnecessary). $10.00 i(r)h
"Equine Insurance / JOHN MIDKIFF AGENCY / ... / PATASKALA, Ohio" credit-card size refrigerator magnet, holed for other means of suspension, toned a bit. As is. $0.50 rh
"Falconry in / Saudi Arabia" with unattributed art depicting 3 hunters on horseback with one hooded bird; home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 at Morrow Georgia, long upper corner crease through sky, the left front edge was cut in slightly at the top. SOLD shhb
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"Friedman Shoes" from sign on building, also including men wearing cowboy hats, some on horseback; real photo on backing measuring approximately 5-1/2"x3-5/8" (slightly larger than most regular size postcards). Business location was Lamar Colorado, as mentioned in the February 9 1910 Boot & Shoe Recorder, page 142. Rare. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. c(l)hg(f)
"Frischer Morgen" color showing two people in a horse-drawn wagon in winter, signed Hey art on undivided back, unused, minor corner & edge wear. $14.00 ahw
"GAFFIN & SPARKS. / LIVERY FEED & SALE STABLE." in Peebles Ohio; uncaptioned (so we used the sign) Azo (triangles up) real photo post card, minor corner wear. This is circa 1907, when the livery was a well-established business. A veterinarian sign is partially obscured by the horses head: Dr. A. P. To... . The buggy towards the right is that of The Culter & Seip Co. / Wholesale Boots Shoes and Rubbers / Chillicothe O. / Paramount Shoes (later signage under the man's extended arm) out of Chillicothe O. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. o(p)o(c)h
"Graeco-Roman Riding, Culver Military Academy, / Culver, Ind." action shot of a young man controlling 3 horses as they jump a low fence, other riders & the Riding Hall in the distance; unused circa 1907 - 1908 (unevenly divided back) postcard, short internal crease, minor corner & edge wear. There is a black & white version of it, but we have not seen this colorized version before. 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 i(c)h
"GREEN / RIVER // WHISKEY / WITHOUT / A / HEADACHE // 'SHE WAS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" 6-sided trade card for the Green River Distilling Company of Owensboro, black man with horse & jug as was on much of their advertising 1899 - 1906 (when another trade mark was registered), long internal crease from the bottom edge to a horse foreleg is not too conspicuous. Hard to find! Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 for either side or $3.75 for both. k(o)aabh
"HAPPY ACRES / Middlefield, Conn. / Miles of Bridle Paths in this Mountain-Lake Resort. / Write for color folder." with 3 horseback riders in the foreground, unused chrome postcard with round corners as issued, fairly fresh. Numbered 46302 on back. $1.25 c(m)h
"HERMITAGE FARM, Goshen, Ky. / Home of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Jones, Jr." with two grazing horses in the foreground, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1960 from Gloverport, yellowish paper. slightly uneven cut along top edge. $2.00 kh*
"HORSE GUARDS, LONDON 779 / The Changing of the Queen's Life Guard at Horse Guards, / Whitehall, London" unused chrome with rough edges as issued. $1.50 eh
"Horse Show, Warrenton, Va. / There are no Lonely Places in / Warrenton / When You are Here" real photo above yellow pennant, mailed there circa 1915, lightly toned front, corner & edge wear, internal crease. $5.00
" HUCULKA" with accent in L, also captioned in Cyrillic, art showing a man smoking a pipe while riding a horse, J.O.K. is the only printing on the back, worn corners & thinned along one back edge. $2.25
"K7CWP" Waterville (Douglas County) Washington QSL postcard mailed 1966, large & attractive drawing in silver of a horse-drawn covered wagon. $2.00 wh
"KE-18 Blue Grass Scene 'In Old Kentucky' / © CAUFIELD & SHOOK, LOUISVILLE 7A-H3278" linen postcard mailed JUL 8 1958 (clear CIN. & CHATT. TR 4 R.P.O. hand cancel) to Mrs. Irene Strieby in Indianapolis Indiana (a well-known pharmaceutical librarian), a little cancel ink at the bottom right front corner, good edges. $1.50 hk(k)
"La Calčche, Quebec, Canada" sepia-tone real photo from Librairie Garneau, mailed 1946, 2 corners worn. $3.75 qh
"LAMB BRO'S HORSE EXCHANGE / ALL KIND OF LIVE STOCK, / BOUGHT AND SOLD. // LAMB BRO'S STOCK YARDS // Baltimore O." with penned cattle in the foreground while an auction draws a crowd near the buildings in back; sepia-tone real photo postcard, mailed there DEC 8 1908, front oxidation consistent with age. The brothers referred to: C. F. Lamb, heading Real Estate Operations; W. H. Lamb, heading their Live Stock Department; & F. M. Lamb, heading their Horse Department. Rare: nothing else like this when we searched the Internet. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. o(b)hg
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"Märchen Nr. 309 Münchhausen" fantastic art depicting a rider jumping his horse through a carriage, postcard mailed MAJ 6 1919 within the Republic of Hungary, minor corner & edge wear, back paper browning a bit with age. The tall tales or fairy tales of the real-life Baron have been fictionalized & made into movies. $4.50 hf
"Marissa / March 10, '13" in St. Clair County Illinois, uncaptioned real photo postcard (so we took the salutation from the back), showing the writer astride her horse, mailed there the next day to Miss May McConnel (a friend in Xenia Ohio), slight oxidation, lightly toned back. Obviously unique & not commercially produced, the top & bottom front display portions of other images from the same roll of film. $4.75 i(m)h
"MENDOZA (Rep. Argentina) Parque Rondeau" monochromatic blue showing mounted horse (probably a policeman), horse-drawn carriage & early auto; TCV to Illinois (10-c General stamp with 1 pulled perf, 2 different cancels on front), faint corner crease, corner bend. $5.00 ah(u)
"MONTANA INDIAN MAIDEN" in full regalia standing next to a horse, unused chrome postcard in vertical format, fairly fresh. $2.00 i
"MORGENFAHRT" in color, showing two men on a horse-drawn coach (one about to use a small horn), signed Hey art on undivided back post card, unused. $15.00 mh
"Nordiska Museet. / Lifrustkammaren / GUSTAF II ADOLFS / STRIDSHÄST I / SLAGET VID / LÜTZEN" showing a statue of a horse with a very fancy saddle, unused, lightly toned back, album marks on front. $3.00 nmh"Nordkap. Midnattsol." showing a coastal scene with midnight sun, K. K. Bergen real photo post card, excellent condition. $3.50 nmh
"NORMAN MASON WINNER BUCKING CONTEST BELLE FOURCHE / 1919" riding, hat in hand, on a horse in mid-jump; unused Azo real photo post card (triangles both ways), considerable corner wear & rounding, soiled back, lightly toned front. Rare. $30.00 cghns
"Primitive Area / in Scenic Idaho / The Gem State" showing several people on horseback with pack horses wading a stream, unused chrome from US Forest Service, pertinent information on back. $1.00 ih
"'Riders of the Elements' / New York World's Fair 1939 A-38" showing a sculpture symbolizing man's conquest over natural obstacles, with the Aviation Building in the Background, small paper separation at one corner can be seen from the back, otherwise quite a fresh & appealing postcard. $3.25 ensh
"Riding the Athabasca Glacier, Columbia icefield" unused Velox real photo with good composition showing four people on horseback, numbered 119. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 bh
"Rosch Muldoon's Manual Training School, Purchase, N. Y." including several people mounted on horseback, black & white on undivided back mailed 1908, slight yellowing of the paper with age, a little extraneous writing on back, corner crease, lightly toned back, lightly toned front. $10.00 nh
"Royal Canadian Mounted Police & C. P. R. Hotel, Banff, Canadian Rockies. 41" hand-colored real photo postcard, unused, fresh appearance. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 alhh
"Runleigh's / REMEDIES / FLAVORING EXTRACTS/ GROUND SPICE" salesman with satchel by his horse-drawn wagon, unused Azo (triangles up & down) real photo post card with small bottom corner crease, rest of edges are good. The only mention we could find of his remedies was in a 1915 Medical Directory, so this particular business was short-lived. However, we are told that its successor business was long-lived. In particular the Rawleighs Company was large & very successful using direct marketing, and its Internet business survives today. Rare! Sold but its front is still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged & enhanced (publication-quality) 300-dpi scan in .jpg format. $3.75 mhg
"Silver City Cow boys, New Mexico" showing several lined up on horseback, circa 1908 postcard, short internal tear closes well, minor edge wear. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 nch
"S. K. H. Erbprinz Albrecht v. Bayern" side view of the Prince Albrecht of Bavaria mounted on a horse, unused sepia-tone real photo postcard, Percy Hein number 138, excellent condition. $15.00 bhr
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"So is this / Helen D. Scott / Kalispell Montana" uncaptioned (se we used all the message on back) Cyko real photo postcard with high contrast, small upper corner crease in border, small bottom corner bend, fingerprint toning on its divided back. $15.00 m(k)gh NEW / NEU / NOUVEAU
"SO YOU'VE BEEN / FOLLOWING THE / HORSES FOR / YEARS // YEA, BUT THE TROUBLE / IS, THE HORSES I / FOLLOW ALWAYS FOLLOW / THE OTHER HORSES" with copyrighted cartoon art depicting a horse walking along side a bettor, unused Curt Teich chrome post card, fairly fresh. Mount for a great gift! $2.50 rch
"Sunday May 4- / Kirkersville, O." uncaptioned (so we use all the writing on back) sepia-tone Kruxo (diamonds in corners) real photo postcard from photographer W. S. Clegg in nearby Newark Ohio, light toning on back. The day of the week & the oxidation suggests a 1913 age; May 4 did not fall on a Sunday from 1907 through 1912. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. o(k)h
"The Arab stallions. This breed specially belong / to Morocco. / ... A three dimensional embroidery / in Silk threads ... / on display a Kohinoor JEWELLERS / ... Agra-282 001 (INDIA)" unused advertising postcard, near mint. $2.00 ehij
"They are just harvesting their potatoes here so I thought best to send you a picture of a load these are about the average size" exaggeration real photo 2 horses drawing a wagon with about 6 potatoes, caption from writing on back showing how these were used, corner crease, lightly toned back. $8.50 eh
"'TOO LATE'" reproduction of a Heywood Hardy painting on a premium card from Honest Long Cut & Seal of North Carolina tobacco, brownish paper, album marks on back, corner crease. Scene explained on back: young couple leaving church where they were married are met by her distraught father and brother who have arrived too late to prevent it. $3.50 tah!
Uncaptioned multi-view real photo showing dog on sled and a man on horseback, mailed at Bartlett Ohio in 1907, writing on front comments on snowy weather. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.75 ohw
Uncaptioned real photo post card showing three children on a horse, message mentions Chautauqua, mailed at Seven Mile Ohio JUL 18 1910 1908 (clear cancel) to Mrs. Ivea Jones in Hamilton Ohio. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. o(s)ch
Uncaptioned sepia-tone Azo real photo (triangles up) showing a young man on a horse, with a wagon in the background, unused, low-contrast / grayish. $4.00 h
Uncaptioned sepia-tone Azo real photo (triangles up) shows woman in coat standing next to a horse reared up on his hind legs, writing on back dates to 1914, heavily toned back. $7.50 h
Wanted to buy--Tuck art postcards depicting horses or ponies, such as those done by Harry Payne. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c
"Will send you a card of my 3 grandchildren, the boy holding the colt is my hired hand ... love to my niece Aunt Jill?" [writer, unfamiliar with back message writing, ran out of room so her name is hard to read], divided-back sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed AUG 19 1907 at Lodi Ohio to Mrs. Maggie Duncanson in Lynchburg Ohio. $15.00 g(d)cho(l) NEW / NOUVEAU / NOVÝ
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