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POSTCARDS & POST CARDS
INTÉRIEURS / INNEREN / INTERIORI / INTERIORES
INTERIJER / INDRE / INWENDIGE / INTERIÖÖRI / INRE
BELFÖLDIEK / UPPLAND / INDRE / NOTRANJI
Subdivisions of interior postcards at this site: Castles / palaces,
Caves, Churches / temples , Homes / houses, Hotels / inns,
Miscellaneous, Restaurants & Stores / shops (below).
POST CARDS & POSTCARDS--STORES & SHOPS
LOJAS / ZALIHA / MAGASINS / MAGAZIJNVOORRAAD
OPMAGASINERE // SPEICHER / TARTALÉKOK / BIRGÕIR
COMERCIALE / BUTIKKER / MAGAZYNUJE / MAGAZIN
ZALIHA / VELEBLAGOVNICA / LAGREN / HYSTORAU
|"1325S / 'STAGECOACH STOP' / U.S. 12 - IRISH HILLS
" showing an interior of
Jeannie's Soap & Candle Shop, post card mailed 1994,
long vertical crease. $1.00 m(i)i(s)
"45743 / Interior View of the Retail Store, Florida Trunk Mfg. Co." including two clerks and some customers, circa-1908 (unevenly divided back) advertising for fancy leather & alligator goods over most of the message side, postcard printed in the United States, pencil writing on back, corner crease, internal crease, much corner & edge wear, lacks freshness. Still exceptionally interesting. $7.50 fai
"5586 THE ARCADE CLEVELAND, O. COPYRIGHT 1901 BY DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHIC CO." showing its interior on an unused undivided back postcard, very faint album toning at the back corners, good edges. Some of the signs in the foreground are readable & interesting: Edison Kinetoscope and Phonograph Parlor at the left, Berger Phonograph Co. Salesroom above it; etc. $7.50 o(c)i(s)dmm
"A corner of the / Piano Section of / Wanamaker's / New Building, / New York." referring to their 1907 building, not the one that opened in the 1930's; post card with undivided back mailed AUG 3 1907 in Lewiston Maine, upper corner crease, trivial edge wear. 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. i(s)m
"A section of J. William Stohlman, Jr.'s confec- / tionery shop and ice cream parlor. Originally installed in Georgetown, D.C., in 1900. Hall of / Everyday Life in the American Past, Museum of / History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution" chrome postcard mailed 1965 by a visitor who remembered such things in his childhood. $2.50 dmi(s)g
"BASKET VILLE / PUTNEY, VERMONT / World's Largest Basket Store / FLOWER ROOM" showing its interior, unused chrome postcard with color by Frank L. Forward, tiny corner bend, otherwise fairly fresh. $1.25 v(p)i(s)s
"BEAUTY · UTILITY · COMFORT / Exemplified in the / Electrical Fixtures / Sold by / H. T. SCHMIDT / Electric Co." unused Azo (triangles up & down) sepia-tone real photo with undivided back, tiny bottom corner crease, other edge wear is minor. The only mentions we found for this firm in the Davenport Daily Republican all dated 1902 - 1905. Rare: no other offers, recorded sales, or exhibits 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. i(d)i(s)eg
"Bronner's Family Christmas Wonderland In Frankenmuth. Michigan, U.S.A. / Features A World-Wide Selection..." unused chrome advertising card showing the interior of the store as seen from a high vantage point, no postcard back, minor wear at one corner. $1.25 m(f)i
"Christmas time at The Higbee Company, Cleveland, Ohio" postcard mailed NOV 1946 at Cleveland to Mrs. W. H. Hedges in Marion Ohio, slightly taller than regular size, minor corner wear, small smudge of cancel ink on back obscures nothing. Writer comments: 'The bells chime constantly & make everything seem very Christmassy. This picture was enclosed with my statement -- a new way of advertising I guess.' $5.00 o(c)i(s)c
"CN2JF" Temara Plage Morocco shortwave (18 MHZ) QSL viewcard used in the 1990 CN0A CQ World Wide DX Contest SSB expedition by operator Jack Fleming. A local grocery store interior is shown on front. Excellent condition & attractive. $4.00 mi(s)
"Compliments of / Peck's Flower Store / 442 Summit St., Toledo" store interior in black & white, framed by green, ad on back, fresh both sides. This shop, owned by S. N. Peck, was mentioned in a 1910 American Florist after it hosted a meeting the Toledo Florists Club (which it helped to organize). Any paper memorabilia from Peck's is scarce & hard to find. $13.00 fgoi
"'Creators of Reasonable Drug Prices' / ECKERD'S Modern Drug Store -- 1530 Main Street, Columbia, South Carolina" black & white postcard showing a long aisleway inside with counters & rack displays on each side, unused, fresh & interesting. $4.50 spi+
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EIGHTEEN MOTORCYCLE SHOP PHOTOS -
"FIRST BERRY-LINCOLN STORE AND U. S. / POST OFFICE, NEW SALEM STATE PARK / LINCOLN'S NEW SALEM, ILLINOIS" showing the interior of the store once partly owned by Lincoln, interesting unused chrome post card. $2.00 i(l)ilp
"GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES DISPLAY ROOM / THE PFARR & HOBART CO. 990 E. MARKET ST., AKRON, OHIO" sepia-tone advertising card mailed OCT 10 1912 at East Akron Station, high-quality printing that we at first mistook for real photo, slightly taller than a regular-size card, a lot of edge wear especially at the top, typed advertising in the message area. Rare: no other offers, no recorded sales & no exhibits when we searched the Internet. $12.50 o(a)i(s)af
"Geigenbauwerkstätte in Mittenwald. Echt Foto 72 Schöpfer der Oktavgeige" showing the old violin maker Johann Reiter at work in his Bavarian factory, real photo postcard with interesting composition & exemplary contrast, deckled edges as issued. The instrument name is sometimes seen as Oktav-Geige, and very few were ever made. It is shaped like a cello, but is the size of a 17" viola, with a narrow chinrest, and it can be played with a cello or viola bow. His instruments now fetch over 2,000 British pounds at auction. $20.00 bmi(s)p(v)g
"General Store -- located on the main street of 'Hell Roarin' / Gulch' at the World Museum of Mining, Butte, Montana, this fully stocked general store of the 1905 era..." unused chrome-era postcard from a photograph by Mike Parent. $1.25 m(b)i(s)p
"HEADQUARTERS / for Fine Chinaware, Cut / Glass, Rogers' Silverware, / Lamps, ... // MARKERT'S CHINA STORE / MARION, OHIO. / HAVILAND CHINA A SPECIALTY..." unused circa 1906 advertising Markert's Souvenir Post Card (yes it had its own 2-color undivided back), hint of album toning both sides, small indent into the right front edge. Held firmly in the ephemera collection of the Haviland Collectors Internationale Foundation; we could find no record of a previous offer. 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(m)gi(s)
"INMAN-MONARCH / GLASS SERVICE, INC. / ... / Highland Park, Illinois ..." with a view of a seating area in their showroom, unused chrome post card advertising their mirrors, patio doors, plate glass, shower doors, etc. Fairly fresh with good edges. $1.50 i(s)i(h)a
"Interior of a Chinese Store" from Mitchell, caption is preceded by number that is hard to read (1843?), circa 1912, corner & edge wear. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 (cim)
"INTERIOR OF ELECTRIC SHOP. / JACKSON AND MICHIGAN BLVDS., CHICAGO" postcard with their logo in green over the back message area, mailed APR 6 1914, long bottom corner crease. Rare: no other offers, recorded sales, or exhibits 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. i(c)i(s)e#
"J-13--Interior, New Juarez Market, Juarez, Old Mexico" including several customers at the booths, a few tiny speckles of cancel ink on front, minor wear at the bottom corners. Postcard 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 m(c)i(s)
"Jenning's RED BARN" unused chrome with 2 views--outside front & inside display of glass and candles. Owners were Mr. and Mrs. Don Jennings of New Martinsville West Virginia. $1.25 (wi)
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"JOHN LANG'S JEWEL BOX / ADJOINING THE NIXON APARTMENTS / MARYLAND AVE AND BOARD WALK, ATLANTIC CITY" color interior, trivial corner wear, couple tiny spots on back, otherwise fresh. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 (njig)
"Ladies' Rest Room--Balcony / THE F. & R. LAZARUS & CO., COLUMBUS, OHIO" unused black & white post card, lightly toned both sides (front mostly in the borders), minor corner rounding. How unusual! 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(s)o(c)
"LOVER'S LANE, SAINT JO. // IN THE UNION BANK OF LONDON / ARE FORTY POUNDS OR MORE, WHICH I'M LIKE TO SPEND, ERE THE MONTH SHALL END / IN AN ANTIQUARIAN STORE." with an inset of the poet Eugene Field who is not named in the caption or on his shoulder (the other versions of this postcard--so check your albums; postcard mailed 1909 to Mrs. Edsie Downing in Marengo Ohio, stamp removed, upper corner creased twice, small bottom corner crease, trimmed a bit at the right front edge. As is. $1.00 pi(s)
"MACY'S FAMOUS BUREAU OF STANDARDS, N. Y. . . . where trained scientists have made / 4 million tests to make sure the customer buys high quality for low cash prices" unused advertising postcard, copyrighted 1939, heavily toned back, minor corner wear, tiny closed pinhole at top center. Exceptionally interesting interior. $10.00 nasi
"MERCHANTS IN / BRASS & NAUTICAL / TREASURES" unused multiview postcard with 3 scenes--the Ship Wreck & Cargo sign outside, and 2 interiors of the shop, excellent condition. $1.25 m(p)i(s) NEW / NEU / NOVÝ
"MILLER BLACKSMITH SHOP (Interior) / NEW SALEM STATE PARK / Lincoln's New Salem, Illinois" unused chrome post card from Dexter Press, slight browning of paper with age, good edges. $1.25 i(l)i(m)
"NORTHERN INDIAN HANDICRAFT / Box 265 / Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan, Canada" mailed from Robinson Maine in 1975, scalloped edges as issued, upper corner crease. Back advertises the kinds of goods available there. $1.25 s(l)i(s)i(l)
"Once known as the C. F. Hamblen Store, this / one-stop community shopping center of the 17th / century is still standing open to the public as / FLORIDA'S OLDEST STORE, MUSEUM, ST. / AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA" unused chrome postcard, fairly fresh. $1.50 f(s)i(m)
"Packing Hanover Crackers, Smith & Son, White River Jc. Vt." showing 2 women & 2 men packing barrels, unused sepia-tone post card made in Germany, minor corner rounding. Circa 1909 postcard date, though the factory shown dates back to 1871. $11.00 v(w)fip
"PALS CABIN / Gourmet Shoppe / WEST ORANGE, N. J." showing the interior, unused chrome post card from Lewis Studios, near mint. $2.00 ni
"SMALLWOOD'S STORE OLE INDIAN / TRADING POST. / CHOKOLOSKEE, FLORIDA / 10,000 ISLANDS. A23A" showing an exceptionally interesting interior, unused real photo from L. L. Cook. $8.00 fi
"STONER'S STORE / 1202 Prince Edward St., Fredericksburg, Va. / ..." showing the interior of a 19-th century village general store, unused chrome post card, fairly fresh. $1.00 vi
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"Quebec. Tea Room at The Little Shop in the Duke of Kent's House. / Montreal Import Co., Montreal. No. 33." black & white with red caption on private post card with undivided back & yellowish paper, light toning both sides from album contract, small corner crease not into image. $8.50 qi(s)
"SUNVALLEY / CONCORD, CALIF." unused chrome-era postcard published bu R. & C. Hakanson in San Pablo, good edges, fairly fresh. Back claims it as the world's largest enclosed air-conditioned shopping center. $1.25 c(c)i(s)s
"THE GUILD INN" showing the interior of their craft display shop, unused real photo from Canadian Post Card Company, minor corner wear. The inn is in Scarborough Ontario. $3.50 oi(s)
"THE SIGHTS OF PARIS / A presentation of Models / in the Dress Department / 'Au PRINTEMPS' stores" unused black & white postcard from booklet, tiny nick on serrated edge from separation. Three models, three customers, & a sales clerk. $10.00 fif(p)
Uncaptioned sepia-tone Azo real photo postcard showing the interior of a clock, watch & china store. Two salesmen stand at glass counters displaying pocket watches & wrist watches; the display case at the furthest wall has china & small clocks that would be set out on a table. Good focus & composition, unused, slight oxidation, pre-World War I. $20.00 ci
Unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles all up) real photo with exemplary composition & contrasts, showing the interior of an automotive supply shop with an very old motorcycle on display, back shelves filled with Eveready batteries, Half Inch grease & motor oil cans; occupants oozing attitude. The name between the young lady and the steering column is not legible under high magnification; it has stumped the personnel of 2 noted motorcycle museums. The long footboard is reminiscent of a 1913 Scott. This is the oldest photograph we could find of a woman seated on a motorcycle. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. mi(s)
"Visit / BRONNER'S / CHRISTMAS / DECORATIONS / Frankenmuth / MICH." unused chrome advertising postcard, excellent condition, caption starts with red-on-white lettering. $1.50 mci. Same view but caption starts with white-on-red lettering, soft corner. $1.50 mci. Both for comparison $2.75 mci
"Visit / BRONNER'S / DECORATIONS / Frankenmuth / MICH. / ..." unused postcard picturing the store interior, a little wear along one edge is not too conspicuous. $1.00 m(f)i
"Warenhaus / Josef Bauer & Sohn - Victor Schwarz & Co. / Innsbruck, Maria Theresienstraße 33-35" Austrian advertising card the size of a regular postcard but with all-over-back printing listing the types of goods available; ending with assurances in German that French, Italian & English are spoken. $8.00 ai(s) NEW / NEU / NOVÝ
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