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ISLANDS POSTCARDS, PHOTOS & POST CARDS
LIAT / LEEWARD ISLANDS AIR TRANSPORT. Wanted to buy--postcards & photos of its aircraft, so that we may restock. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros!
See also Leeward Islands postal history. Shown is a 1937 first day cover.
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LEPROSY POST CARDS
& LEPER POSTCARDS
HANSEN'S DISEASE / Melaatsheid / Lepra / Cüzam / कुष्ठ /
Pital / Kusta / Lčpre / Ketong / Уяман / 한센병 / 麻瘋病
"A82GA" QSL viewcard used
1986 at the Ganta Leprosy Colony in Liberia. Black & white view shows many
people afflicted with the disease (some in wheelchairs). Back has an appeal for
funds. Verified by Carol at N5GAP. $25.00 mmll
"Greetings from Burma" appeal for World Vision, which ministers to children and needy lepers, Burmese stamp attached, but meter mail from California, 1959 (meter reads 1995 incorrectly), black & white postcard, one edge nicked. $4.50 (bl)
"THE ORIGIN / OF BATH / Bladud, the son / of a British King " with art illustration pertaining to leprosy, postcard with unusual subject matter, fairly fresh. That probably mythical king of the Britons was said to have contracted leprosy while being educated at Athens. He escaped imprisonment back home (for his condition) and discovered that pigs having mud baths did not suffer from skin diseases. Sold but front still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 le(b)mr^
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"7P8DP" Maseru shortwave (28 MHz) QSL card used 1987 by operator Scotty Deffendol, excellent condition. $3.00 l NEW / NOUVEAU / NEU
"7P8EN" QSL card used 1992 with neatly taped correction, fresh appearance. $3.00
"7P8FE" Maseru shortwave (18 MHZ) QSL card used 1992 by operator Heikki Keto, excellent condition. He became second in command at the UNHCR in Malawi in 1994, and in 1996 he was the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva Switzerland. $4.00 l
"7P8SR" Maseru shortwave (10.1 MHz) QSL card with quality art depicting a native hut, used 1991. $2.50 l
"7P8SR" Maseru shortwave (18.07 MHz) QSL card with quality art depicting a standing native couple in traditional attire, used 1991, thin reddish-orange stock with small corner bend. $2.25 l
"7P8SR" Maseru shortwave (18.07 MHz) QSL card with quality art depicting a standing native couple in traditional attire, used 1992, bright yellow stock in excellent condition. $2.50 l
"7P8SR" Maseru shortwave (10.1 MHz) QSL card with quality art depicting a native village, used 1993, bright yellow stock in excellent condition. $2.50 l
Special: All 4 of the above for $9.00 l
LESOTHO AIRWAYS CORPORATION. Continental color photo showing its DeHavilland Canada DHC-6 (7P-KAA) parked, good focus & composition & contrast. Rare. $5.00 al
LESOTHO AIRWAYS CORPORATION. Continental color photograph showing its Fokker F-27 (7P-LAJ) on the ground, good focus & contrast & composition, tiny corner bump. On June 11 2002 this aircraft was involved in an accident; we have no further information. Rare. $4.75 al
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More generally, see African postcards. Shown is Roosevelt hunting at an unspecified location in Africa.
See also Basutoland stamps. Shown is a block of 1947 Royal Visit stamps.
See also Lesotho postal history. Shown is a 1981 first day cover for a souvenir sheet.
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LIBERIA POST CARDS, PHOTOS
& LIBERIAN POSTCARDS
REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA / LIBÉRIA / Liberië / Liberiya / Лібэрыя /
Libeeria / An Libéir / Լիբերիա / リベリア / ലൈബീരിയ / Ліберія
See also Liberia postal history & Liberia stamps.
|"5L2GA" Monrovia QSL post
card used 1987 by operator Jim DeLoach of the American Embassy, attractive
world map design in front background, good edges. $2.50 l NEW
/ NOUVEAU / NEU
"5L7T / CQ WPX C / WORLD RECORD" Bongtown QSL card used 1987 by Yugoslavian operator Raša Zalarević, detailed information about the Youth Research Center at Petnica Serbia for extra-curricular education of gifted children on back, good edges. $4.50 lse
"A82GA" QSL viewcard used 1986 at the Ganta Leprosy Colony in Liberia. Black & white view shows many people afflicted with the disease (some in wheelchairs). Back has appeal for funds. Verified by Carol at N5GAP. $25.00 mmll
"Dear, Far-away Americans: This is a picture of my flock... / One Sent by the Church to / Those Who Are in Liberia" black & white showing a large group of natives before 2 large huts, printed on the Methodist Mission Press, sent to Ohio but stamp removed. corner crease. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 (lr)
"EASTERN STEAMSHIP LINES, INC. / ... / PIER 2 MIAMI, FLORIDA / S.S. NEW BAHAMA STAR / Registry Liberia ..." black & white postcard mailed 1969 by passengers Jerry & Ralph Bondurant, cancel ink on the front mostly in the sky. $1.75 s(e)lf(m) ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"EL2CX" Momba Point Monrovia shortwave (28 MHz) QSL card used 1989 by Carl Kratzer at the American Embassy, excellent condition. $2.50 l. Same but 1991 usage. $2.50 l. Special: Both for $4.50.
"EL2NA" continental Monrovia QSL postcard mailed from Washington DC in 1966 by operator G. Lee Miller, stamp removed, deckled edge as issued, 2 partial cancels mar the modern artwork on front, long bend near the top. As is. $1.00
"EL2F" Monrovia club QSL card used 1957, art in blue depicts native scene, Christian message on front, light but uneven toning. $1.75 l
"EL2Y" continental shortwave Monrovia QSL card used there 1968 by Gaspar F. Cayetano, corner crease, other corners with unimportant tiny bends. $2.00 l. Same but 1967 usage, trivial wear at one corner. $2.50 l. Same but 1969 usage, with only 2 tiny corner bends. $2.25 l
"EL3A" Monrovia QSL card used 1947 by Rupert A. Lloyd Jr., American Vice Consul there, slight reduction along one short edge obscures nothing. $2.50 l
"EL4A" Tournata Baffu Bay continental shortwave (7 MC) QSL card used 1960 by operator Ken Bale, light toning near the edges. $2.25 l
"EL8AF" Monrovia QSL card used 1964 by operator Gunnar Ensjö, 2 corners with tiny bends, overall fresh appearance. $2.00 l
"EL7X" Monrovia shortwave (28 MHz) QSL postcard mailed MR 6 1990 by operator Willy Lameree, simple decorative drawings of an elephant & African map decorate the front, several tiny speckles of cancel ink & a small violet US KA postal routing mark on front. Back has 35-c 10th Anniversary stamp well tied. $2.00 l-l
LIBERIAN NATIONAL AIRLINES. Continental color photograph of its Douglas DC-3 (EL-AZZ) parked, good focus & composition, contrast a bit low, Rare. Photo sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 400% of original print area) & enhanced 144-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 al
LWA CARGO. Unused color continental post card showing its Douglas DC-4 (EL-AJP) at Rotterdam in 1987, short faint pen mark at lower back, otherwise excellent condition. $4.50 aln
NAZDOROVJE. Continental color postcard showing its Antonov AN-8 (EL-WHL) on the ground, from a limited edition of 500 printed in the Czech Republic, country written on back, otherwise excellent condition & attractive. $5.00 al%
RENAN (Moldova). Unused regular-size post card showing its Ilyushin IL-18D (ER-ICJ) at Sharjah in December 1997, near mint. According to an article in the London Financial Times of October 21 2002, a United Nations investigation established that this aircraft was later leased by Liberia from this company to carry 112 tons of bullets to Liberia. $12.50 alsm%
"REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA / MONROVIA / 4006 - Broad Street / and Ducor Intercontinental Hotel" street scene from a high vantage point, continental postcard mailed there 1975 to Ohio, address marked out, 15-c Churchill stamp neatly cancelled, scissors cuts make top & bottom edge uneven, as is. $0.50 l%
SANTA CRUZ IMPERIAL. Unused continental post card showing its Ilyushin IL-18 at Sharjah in October 1997, published in the Czech Republic, near mint. On September 15 2002 this airplane crashed at Negazhi Airport in Angola without fatalities, but was written off. $10.00 a(p)lns%
SANTA CRUZ IMPERIAL. Unused continental post card showing its Antonov AN-12 at Sharjah in February 1998, published in the Czech Republic, near mint. $7.50 als%
"School House and Coffee Trays, American Evangelical Lutheran Mission, / Muhlenberg, Liberia, Africa" showing the exterior & several natives nearby, black-and-white, unused, from the undivided back era, light toning on front. 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 (lr)+
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"102--Library of Congress and Annex, Washington, D. C. / 8A-H2370" as seen from a high vantage point circa 1938, unused linen postcard, fairly fresh. $2.50 dl
"1151 PUBLIC LIBRARY, Sandusky, O. PUB. BY ILLUSTRATED POST CARD CO., 118 CHAMBERS ST., NEW YORK" color postcard, unused undivided back, grayish paper, lightly toned front, internal crease near top, mild corner wear & rounding. 1898 act of Congress cited on back, so early. Shown left. $7.00 ol. Same but black & white, unused, trivial corner wear, light album toning at corners. Shown right. $6.00 ol
"115--Folger Shakesperian(sic) Library, Washington, D. C. / 4A-H1791" showing the Folger Shakespeare Library; unused circa-1934 linen postcard from the Scenic Art Series of B. S. Reynolds, tiny bottom corner crease, tiny upper corner bend. Hard to find because (1) the Bard's name is misspelled in the caption, and (2) its name is actually the Folger Shakespeare Library. We doubt that its administrating Trustees of Amherst College were amused. $5.00 dclea NEW / NOUVEAU / NEU
1905. Public library, Marshalltown Iowa postcard. $5.00 (ml)
"2005 -- Columbia University Library, New York. / Souvenir Post Card Co., New York and Berlin" with glitter added to the edges of the building & street; undivided back post card mailed 1906 to Miss Mattie Murphy of Hartford Connecticut, mild corner & edge wear, faint upper corner crease. $4.25 nclg
"205. EAUX CHAUDES. Etablissement Thermal - Intérieur" showing patrons near the spa library & postcard sales area, black & white with red caption, unused, toned back, corner wear & rounding, 1 / 2-inch tear at bottom that closes well, as is. $3.25 fpls
26-6-02 partial LISBOA CENTRAL / 3A SECCAO cancel on 25-reis postal card to New Haven Connecticut, long noticeable creases & wrinkling near corners, clear NEW HAVEN, CONN REC'D YALE STA. arrival mark on July 11th, faint New Haven machine cancel same day. Request from a conservator at the National Library in Lisbon to a Yale College librarian for a copy of an article on Creole grammar that appeared in the Transactions of the American Philology Anociat[?] $2.00 p-l
"27. Carnegie Library, Marengo, Iowa." an exterior corner view & violet hand-stamped caption, sepia-tone Cyko real photo post card with writing both sides, slight oxidation, small spot of toning at top front border. Front message "1/2 blk east of Aunt / Mena's home north / side of street". $15.00 il
"33:-PUBLIC LIBRARY, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA" linen postcard from Craft Greeting Card, writing on back dates to 1951. $2.00 il Unused with small bend at one corner. $2.00 il
"33 PUBLIC LIBRARY, NEW YORK CITY / COPYRIGHT BY IRVING UNDERHILL, INC., N. Y." including pedestrian & auto traffic, linen post card mailed 1958 at Chase Mills (clear hand cancel). small corner crease. minor corner & edge wear. $1.50 nl
"4688 Carnegie Library, Alliance, O." postcard with undivided back made in Germany for the Rotograph Company in New York City, mailed MAY 291905 (clear PITTS. & CHI. TR22 R.P.O. RMS hand cancel) to Miss Helen F. Douglas in Pulaski New York (receiving mark 2 days later, tiny ding in the upper edge, one upper corner creased & bent, other corners with minor wear. $3.75 o(a)l
"5441. COPYRIGHT, 1900, BY DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. // LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, / NORTH HALL OF ENTRANCE / PAVILION." color post card mailed 1906 from Washington DC, back paper browning with age, mild corner wear especially at the bottom, light traces of cancel ink on front. $3.25 lddi
"615 - Carnegie Library, Manhattan, Kan." color postcard published by the Fleming Pharmacy circa 1910-1912, much pencil writing on the back, two intersecting approximately 1" internal creases in sky, good edges. $6.50 kl
"66399 / Portland, Me. Public Library." white-border era post card from The Eastern News Co., mailed 1921, long crease, small corner crease, corner wear, as is. $1.25 m
ADMONT ABBEY. "Bibliothek Admont: 'Die Hölle v. J. Th. Stammel" showing the interior of the old Admont Abbey (a Benedictine monastery) including a Stammel carving (entitled 'Hell', depicting a man struggling with the Devil), real photo Postkarte from a Conrad Fankhauser image, very late usage at Carlton Kansas, faint but long internal crease from the bottom edge, superb focus & contrast gives a 3-dimensional feel to the scene that importantly conveys a sense of size (largest such library in the world), trivial wear at 2 corners. $7.00 dlkcpa PRICE REDUCED RECENTLY
ADMONT ABBEY. "Ev'n das ist der ..." with a carving of the Devil gracing a library shelf of Admont Abbey, real photo Postkarte from a Conrad Fankhauser image, very late usage at Talmadge Kansas, small light fingerprint toning near the right front edge. $7.50 dlka
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"Alfred, Maine. Public Library" color postcard from Hugh C. Leighton, circa 1910 but very late usage at West Newfield, small corner crease, much corner & edge wear, small surface scrape in grass. $3.00 ml
"ASHLAND BOULEVARD / CHICAGO UNIVERSITY / Chicago I. / Public Library / Copyright, 1897, by American Souvenir-Card Co. / 127 Duane St., New York" unused multiview Patriographic post card, toning at the corners of both sides due to album contact, trivial corner rounding. $18.00 lmic
"A TRIBUTE OF LOVE / To / The Memory of my Parents / Both born in this village, ADAM W. WAGNALLS / Co-Founder of Funk & Wagnalls Co. / ..." commemorative plaque at the library in the Wagnalls Memorial, unused Kodak real photo postcard with exemplary focus & contrast, excellent condition. $2.50 o(l)l
"BIRCHARD LIBRARY, FREMONT, OHIO” linen postcard mailed 1959, several minor faults including a long crease & back water stain, as is. $0.75 o(f)l
"Blackstone Memorial Library, Branford Conn." post card with red caption at top, paper yellowing with age & dulling the front colors, 3 dark tiny spots in the sky, mailed circa 1914. The library memorializes James Blackstone, who was born 1793 in Branford. $3.75 clg
"CAMP LIBRARY, AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION / CAMP JACKSON, SOUTH CAROLINA" showing its exterior with their truck parked nearby; black & white post card mailed from the Jackson Branch of Columbia NOV 23 1918 (3-c Washington stamp overpays postage to Ohio), long creases in the sky, toned back, noticeable wear on one short edge, corner wear is minor. The Army camp was abandoned in 1922 but eventually became the Fort Jackson of today. SALE IN PROGRESS s(c)lm(a)
"Canton, Ohio. Public Library" corner view on Tuck Raphotype Postcard No. 5342 with undivided back, printed in Holland, mailed JUL 15 1909 (PITTS. & CHIC. R.P.O. cancel almost complete) to Miss Ethel Levy in Crestline Ohio; long upper corner crease, dark toning at the front edges. The informational printing on back misspells the word curios as 'curious', so we suspect the life of this version was short. $3.00 o(c)tl
"Carnegie Library, East End Pittsburg, Penn." showing its exterior, color litho-chrome postcard printed in Germany, mailed 1907 to West Virginia, upper corner crease, noticeable corner & edge wear. $4.00 p(p)l
"CARNEGIE LIBRARY, GREENVILLE, OHIO / 3A-H1520" exterior corner as it looked in 1933, unused linen post card from McClurg's Book Store, minor wear along one short edge. $2.25 ol
"Carnegie Library, Guthrie, Oklahoma--3" showing the exterior, unused white-border era post card from E. C. Kropp, writing on back & trivial wear at 2 corners. $3.50 ol. Same but mailed 1950, mild corner & edge wear. $3.50 ol
"CENTRAL BUILDING, BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY Kodachrome by Irene Strauss" early chrome post card mailed 1959 at West Eaton, noticeable corner crease in sky, pertinent information on back. $1.00 nl
"Christiansborg slot. H. M. Dronningens hándbibliotek. / Christiansborg Palace. H. M. the Queen's Library. / ..." including the balcony area, also captioned in 2 other languages, unused continental postcard from Gronlund Publishers, fresh appearance. $1.00 dl
"City Library, Springfield, Mass. / Published for Forbes & Wallace" showing its exterior in vertical format, unused black & white post card with undivided back, 3 small spots of ink at a back corner, paper browning evenly with age, light toning along bottom front edge. $9.00 ml
"COL. SETH WARNER MONUMENT AND HODGE MEMORIAL LIBRARY, ROXBURY, CONN." hand-colored (and, hence, unique) Collotype postcard published for Burton Hodge, mailed in the 1940's, several raindrop ink smears on back, stamp folded over the top edge with noticeable wear nearby. Warner was a Revolutionary War officer with brigade & regimental responsibilities having several important battles to his credit. Surprisingly hard to find. $8.00 c(r)chl
"CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY, / WASHINGTON, D. C. / ARTHUR LIVINGSTON, PUBLISHER, NEW YORK. No. 47" private mailing card mailed there MAR 9 1900 (clear COLLECT'N. & DIST'N / WASH'N D.C. / TRIP 1 / WAGON No 1 cancel!) to Miss Bessie S. Grumbine in Mount Zion Pennsylvania, minor corner wear, light toning on back. $10.00 dlp-d
"CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY WASHINGTON, D. C. / ILLUST. POST CARD CO., N. Y." black & white postcard with undivided back, mailed there 1906, water stain along one short edge. $4.00 dl. Unused, water stain along one short edge. $4.50 dl
"COPYRIGHT 1913 BY IRVING UNDERHILL, N. Y. / LIBRARY OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK" unused poly-chrome post card published by the Union New Company (their number 5033), minor wear at 2 corners, faint internal crease in the upper left sky. $2.75 n(n)cl
"CUIDAD UNIVERSITARIA DE MEXICO / Muros norte y oeste de la Biblioteca Central con / mosaico mural de Juan O'Gorman." tarjeta postal mailed from Mexico to New York City in 1962, rounded corners as issued. Surely one of the best looking libraries on the planet. $1.25 m(d)lc(c)
"D-70945 PUBLIC LIBRARY, BOSTON, MASS." unused Phostint postcard in color from Detroit Publishing, mild corner rounding. $3.25 mld. Similar, but small bottom corner crease. $3.00 mld
"Enoch Pratt Free Library, Cathedral, Mulberry and Franklin Streets, Baltimore, Md. 3A-H199" with an exterior corner view on an unused circa 1933 linen post card, minor wear to one bottom corner, couple very tiny spots on back. $2.75 m(b)l
"Firenze - 53 - Piazza S. Trinitŕ e Palazzo Ferroni" real photo postcard from A. Traldi, mailed from Florence Pennsylvania, English name of the city written neatly in one front margin. This palace is now occupied by a philological club, an alpine club & the large Vieusseux Library. $4.00 il
"For five years the members of this Club, The Athenians, of Bellefontaine, Ohio, have found the Traveling Library indispensible in / their work. For information concerning free use of books, address Ohio State Library, Columbus, O." unused post card, very light toning shows in the front borders, minor corner rounding. Seldom seen; 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 lo(b)o(c)
"G296 Public Library, Malden, Mass." color postcard with undivided back from the Rotograph Co., mailed 1908 from Malden Station of Boston (clear flag cancel), good edges, fresh appearance. $7.00 m
"G-78 MACK LIBRARY, BOB JONES UNIVERSITY, GREENVILLE, S.C." Unused linen postcard, fresh appearance. $2.00 Mailed 1963, light amount of cancel ink on front. $1.50
"Gen. Lew Wallace Library, Crawfordsville, Ind." color on undivided back postcard from Kropp, mailed there 1906, light album impressions at the corners, small corner crease, another corner crease, mild corner & edge wear. $4.75 il
"Gorin Library // Conservatory of Music / James Millikin University / Decatur, Ill. 150" showing their exteriors circa 1939, unused multiview postcard with 2 scenes in vertical format, 2 tiny spots of toning in the front borders. Shown left. $2.75 imclm. Another, tiny corner crease, tiny corner bend. Shown right. $2.50 imclm
"GREETINGS / FROM/ PICTURESQUE / AMERICA // MANTEL IN SENATE READING ROOM / CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY / WASHINGTON, D. C. // ARTHUR LIVINGSTON, PUBLISHER, NEW YORK. No. 87" red, white, blue & black image on private mailing card with very late usage at Ripplemead Virginia, small spot of ink on back due to sender's pen. $10.00 dlpi
"GREETINGS / FROM/ PICTURESQUE / AMERICA // MARBLE COLUMNS, SOUTH AND / WEST CORRIDORS OF CENTRAL / STAIR HALL, / CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY, / WASHINGTON, D.C. / Arthur Livingston, Publisher, New York. 191" red, white, blue & black image on post card with undivided back, very late usage at Palonian Springs Virginia, small corner crease, noticeable wear at the opposite corner. $9.00 dli
"GREETINGS / FROM/ PICTURESQUE / AMERICA // STAIRS TO ROTUNDA, CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY / WASHINGTON, D. C. // Arthur Livingston, Publisher, New York. 85" black & white & red & blue postcard with undivided back, very late usage at Owens Virginia, a few spots of light toning on front, overall impression from front is fresh. $10.00 dli
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"GREETINGS / from / WEST / VIRGINIA / UNIVERSITY" postcard with 3 views, including the library. fresh color. $2.50
"HAYES MEMORIAL LIBRARY, FREMONT, OHIO” unused white-border era postcard, several minor faults, as is. (2 available) $0.75 each. o(f)l
"HIEROGLYPHICS. EVOLUTION OF THE BOOK SERIES" with art by John W. Alexander, displayed in the Library of Congress; unused white-border era post card published by B. S. Reynolds Company in Washington DC, minor corner wear. $1.75 cdlna
"Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y. Chapel and Library" undivided back Poly-chrome postcard made in Germany & published by the Buffalo News Company, mailed JUN 4 1907 (clear N. Y. GENEVA & BUF. TR57 R.P.O. hand cancel) to Mrs. A. J. Hall in Patchin New York, minor corner & edge wear, very light toning on front. $4.75 n(g)lc-r
"HOYT LIBRARY BUILDING" with vertical caption, unused chrome postcard from Dexter Press, fresh appearance. In Saginaw Michigan. $1.00 ml
"INDIANAPOLIS PUBLIC LIBRARY, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIAN. 6" linen post card with bright colors from Standard Sales Company, pertinent writing on back. $2.00 il
"Indianola Iowa. Carnegie / Library." hand-captioned sepia-tone real photo post card mailed there AUG 6 1905 to Mountain Park Oklahoma, slight curl to the paper, some oxidation, very lightly toned both sides, good edges. Probably unique. $9.50 il PRICE REDUCED RECENTLY
"KEATS / ENDYMION. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, WASHINGTON, D. C." unused white-border era postcard with W. O. Walker art, published by B. S. Reynolds Company, soft corners. Offered as high as $7.00 at a popular auction site, but we need only $2.50 nld
"L-5 La Grange Public Library, La Grange, Illinois / 0B-H469" unused circa-1940 Curteich linen postcard, tiny upper corner crease, old price on back may not erase well. Shown. $2.50 i(l)l. Same except price on back lighter, light toning on back. $2.50 i(l)l NEW / NOUVEAU / NEU
"Library and Music Buildings, Lake Erie College, Painesville, Ohio / 2A310-N" post card published by Lightner's Book Store in Painesville, mailed JAN 27 1943 (clear N. Y. & CHI. R.P.O. M.D. RMS hand cancel) to Mr. Johnny Kramer in Canton Ohio by his Aunt Edith, minor corner wear, lightly toned back. $3.00 o(p)lgc
"LEWIS COUNTY WAR MEMORIAL AND LOUIS BENNETT PUBLIC LIBRARY, WESTON, WEST VIRGINIA" postcard mailed 1937. $2.50
"Library and Assembly Hall, Ball State Teachers' College, Muncie, Indiana / 4B-H333" showing its exterior as seen from a high vantage point, linen post card mailed there 1948. $3.00 i(m)cl
"Library, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio / 5A505-N" a circa-1935 corner view on a postcard mailed in December 1947 (light PITTS. & CHI. R.P.O. cancel) as part of an exchange, heavy crease within the upper left front border. $2.00 lc(b)o
"LIBRARY, MASONIC HOME, ELIZABETHTOWN, PA." White-border era post card but mailed 1960. $3.00
"Library, Museum, and Park, Dayton, Ohio" Litho-Chrome postcard made in German for The American News Company, mailed JAN 23 1910 (partial CLEVE. & CIN. TR18 R.P.O. hand cancel) to Miss Edna Kellenbarger in Troy Ohio, a little ink smear & a small spot of toning on back, mild corner wear & rounding. $3.00 o(d)l
"LIBRARY NELIGH NEBR. M169" unused Ekc real photo postcard from L. L. Cook, pleasing contrast, closed tiny staple holes at top center. $3.75 nl!
"LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, WASHINGTON, D. C. 'THE MARBLE COLUMNS' PUBLISHED BY MRS. HOWARD GRAY DOUGLAS / WASHINGTON D.C." color post card, unused, back misaligned (too high & a bit tilted), faint album impressions at the corners, good edges. $6.00 dli
"MAPPARIUM EASTERN HEMISPHERE / The world in colors on the interior of a globe 30 ft. in / diameter ..." on display at the Mary Baker Eddy Library in Boston, unused color postcard in vertical format, trivial wear at one corner, otherwise fairly fresh. $2.50 mm(b)l
"MELPOMENE, CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY, WASHINGTON, D. C. 65056" art showing the Muse of Tragedy, unused white-border era post card, back lightly toned (possibly by the printing process itself). $3.25 dl ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"Memorial Library" caption from large sign on only building in Cyko real photo postcard, unused, toned back corners due to album mounting. $5.00
"MINERVA, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, WASHINGTON, D. C. 65057" unused white-border era post card in color, small corner crease misses the Vedder art, 2 bottom corners with a little wear. Interesting explanation of the allegory on the back. Very attractive. $2,50 adl+%
"MONTPELIER / Memorial to Major General...The Library..." Lumitone photo-print post card, unused, fairly fresh, not many books in evidence in this view of the room. $2.00 ml
"MONUMENTAL BLDG. SIDNEY, O." including at interurban on nearby tracks, unused Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with oxidation consistent with age, 2 long creases all in the sky. The Gothic revival architecture commemorated the Civil War dead from that county. Among other things it housed the municipal court, public library, entertainment hall & a horse-drawn fire department. 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(s)clf
"MORGANTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY / Morgantown, W. Va." Unused chrome post card. $1.00
"'Muse of Lyric Poetry' Library of Congress." unused & in color, made in Germany for the Illustrated Postal Card Company of New York (210.-21), toning at the back corners, front colors are fresh, trivial edge wear. The artist is not attributed, but it is H. O. Walker. $2.50 pna(w)ld
"New Carnegie Library, Waterloo, Ind." black & white with dark red caption on yellowish paper, mailed 1917 ('BUY A LIBERTY LOAN BOND / Inquire at any bank or post office' violet handstamp ties stamp), minor corner wear. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 il
"No. 41. GIBRALTAR -- Commercial Square and Library" showing an outdoor market with many vendors (including one painter), black & white with red caption on unused undivided back postcard printed in Germany, light album marks on front. $9.00 gl
"No. Dak. A. C. Fargo, N.D." 6 color views include the Library & Francis Hall, post card mailed there 1913, much corner & edge wear, light amount of cancel ink on front. $3.75
"OAK PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY / Part of the Civic Center development..." unused chrome postcard, fairly fresh. (2 available) $1.00 each
"PUBLIC LIBRARY & QUEEN'S STATUE, PORT ELIZABETH." in Cape of Good Hope, unused sepia-tone post card from booklet, good edges. $4.50 cl
”PUBLIC LIBRARY, AND MC KINLEY MONUMENT, / DAYTON, OHIO” unused linen postcard, trivial edge wear almost unnoticeable on the front of this borderless card, very light spotting on back. $1.00 o(d)l
"PUBLIC LIBRARY AND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, STAMFORD, CONN. 29" white-border era post card, one bottom corner with very faint multiple creases, 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 or .tif format. $2.00 c(s)l
"PUBLIC LIBRARY, BELLEVUE, OHIO" color postcard from F. S. H. P. C. Co., unused, heavily toned back, 2 corner creases, much corner & edge wear, as is. $2.50 ol
"PUBLIC LIBRARY, BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS 5607" unused black & white Photolux from American Art Postcard Company, back paper browning with age. (2 available) $2.50 each. ml
"Public Library, Canal Cover(sic), Ohio" with Dover misspelled as shown in caption, unused color post card showing the exterior, made in Germany & published by J. Stuhlmiller, several small spots of toning on the back, tiny scrape at bottom front edge. This facility was replaced by the modern, more capacious building which the town enjoys today. It is unlikely that there are many such error cards. $6.50 ol
"PUBLIC LIBRARY, CHILLICOTHE, OHIO" postcard mailed 1921, faint corner crease, light amount of cancel ink on front. $2.00
"PUBLIC LIBRARY, EAST HAMPTON, L. I., N. Y." sepia-tone post card, mailed 1962 at Shirley, corner crease, other edge wear is minor. $3.00 n(e)l
"Public Library, Fond du Lac, Wis." undivided back postcard, one badly creased corner, another with a small crease, three small toned areas on back, soft corners, faint album impressions at corners (most detectable from back), brownish paper on back. $2.75 wl
"PUBLIC LIBRARY, FORT WAYNE, IND." corner view, color post card from the Independent Five and Ten Cent Stores, mailed there 1907, heavily toned back from album contact, minor corner wear, 2 small corner creases. $6.00 il
"PUBLIC LIBRARY FROM WAR MEMORIAL PLAZA, INDIANAPOLIS, IND / 41945" no period after abbreviation, linen postcard mailed there 1944, light toning at one front corner, minor corner & edge wear. $1.50 il
"PUBLIC LIBRARY, HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI" showing an exterior corner view, post card mailed 1945, two tiny spots on front probably from cancel ink, faint toning in the upper left front corner, back paper starting to brown with age. $2.50 ml
"Public Library, Kearney, Neb." postcard in color, mailed there 1917, light small toning spots on face, one small corner crease (image unaffected), another corner soft with wear. $2.00
"Public Library, / Lewiston, Me." white-border era postcard from James F. Snow, unused, 1-inch tear from top closes well, short back edge thinned by tape removal, edge wear, as is. $1.00 ml
"Public Library, Littleton, N. H." black & white post card mailed there 1956. $2.25
"PUBLIC LIBRARY, MARLBORO, MASSACHUSETTS" showing its exterior, unused black & white Photolux post card, fairly fresh except trivial wear at one corner. $3.50 ml
"Public Library, Moberly, Mo." Excelsior postcard No. A2205 published by the St. Louis News Company, mailed AUG 5 1908 (light DECATUR & K. CITY RPO RMS cancel) to Miss Vera Dinius in Fort Wayne Indiana, long but faint upper corner crease, toning both sides from album contact, minor corner rounding. $3.25 m(m)l
"PUBLIC LIBRARY, NEW YORK CITY / COPYRIGHT BY IRVING UNDERHILL, INC., N. Y." linen postcard with good color, mailed 1960 at Bouckville, edge wear & one bent corner. $1.50
"Public Library, Providence, R. I." white-border era postcard with good color, unused. $3.00
"Public Library, Providence, R. I." color postcard mailed 1909 (flag cancel but stamp damaged), corner crease with others worn, lightly toned front. $2.25
"Public Library, Springfield, Mass." Linen post card from Butler Paper Company, mailed 1958 at South Westport. $2.00 ml
"PUBLIC LIBRARY, ST. PAUL, MINN. / 6A-H1348" unused Curteich linen postcard, light toning on back attributable to the printing process, trivial corner & edge wear. $1.75 ml
"Public Library, Stoneham, Mass." color post card from Robbins Bros., mailed 1908 (Cambridge flag cancel), 2 corners with noticeable wear, very lightly toned back. $4.50 ml*
"PUBLIC LIBRARY / WAUSEON, O." an exterior corner view on an unused circa-1910 Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, approximately 1" internal crease in the sky, long vertical crease near center, 3 short stress marks in the glossy finish from the upper edge, several tiny dark speckles in the message area. Seldom often offered in any condition, we did find it exhibited at the Columbus Public Library website & a few reprint offers elsewhere. 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(w)l
"PUBLIC LIBRARY, WINDSOR, ONT., CANADA" with city's coat of arms, auto in front of building is gorgeous, postcard mailed there 1930. $3.75
"Public Library, Zanesville, Ohio" showing its exterior, white-border era post card published by Edmiston's, lightly toned back, good edges. $3.00 o(z)
"R.4:-John PRESTON MC CONNELL LIBRARY, RADFORD, VA. / 45617" unused linen postcard with good color. (2 available) $2.00 each
"Reflected in Mirror Lake is Ohio State University's / William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library, " chrome postcard with rich colors from Dexter Press, mailed there 1958, minor corner wear. $1.00 ocl
"RICHMOND MEMORIAL LIBRARY, BATAVIA, N. Y. 15" white-border era postcard from Tichnor, numbered 122528 on back, unused, slight yellowing of the paper with age, small light smudge in front left border. $3.00 nl
"ROMA - Biblioteca Vaticana" postcard in color, showing the library, Cesare Capello published, approximately 1" internal crease from the left edge, imperfectly rectangular but not scissors-cut (probably the end of a paper roll at the printer). $1.50 vli
"S-3 STATESVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY, STATESVILLE, N. C." linen post card from a photo by Stimson Studio, unused. $2.00 nl
"SB-37 LIBRARY--ST. MARY'S COLLEGE / South Bend, Indiana" including a nearby small bridge, unused chrome postcard with deep color from Acme Distributors, fresh appearance. $1.25 icl
"SHAKESPEARE'S HOUSE, STRATFORD-ON-AVON. THE LIBRARY. NO. 2. HB&S" unused sepia-tone postcard, fairly fresh, divided back. $2.00 al
"STATE LIBRARY, HARTFORD, CONN." white-border era post card mailed there 1922, cancel ink in left margin, minor corner wear includes a small bend in margin. Caption at top, no caption at bottom. $3.00 cl
"STATE LIBRARY, HARTFORD, CONN. 118592" white-border era postcard mailed there 1928 (2-c coil stamp), small corner crease misses image, other corner & edge wear is minor. $3.00 cl
"STUART HALL AND ANDERSON MEMORIAL LIBRARY / AT COLLEGE OF EMPORIA // H-1886 / Hand-colored" Fred Harvey post card mailed MAR 2 1922, back heavily toned, minor corner & edge wear. The colorized version we have is hard to find; without color they do come up occasionally. 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 fk(e)hcl
"The Alcott House / Concord, Mass. / Mr. Alcott in the Library" black & white postcard mailed at Blandford 1960, small corner crease, yellowish paper, small spots of toning in caption area. $1.75 (ml)
"The Jones Library / Incorporated / Amherst, Mass." pictured on thin stock the size of a regular postcard, a list of books printed over the back under the title 'TOWARD NEW HORIZONS--BEYOND THE WAR', trivial corner wear. $2.00 m(a)l NEW / NOUVEAU / NEU
"THE LIBRARY, ABBOTSFORD" showing its richly appointed interior in the former residence of Sir Walter (and quite a few of his descendants), near Melrose Scotland; unused postcard from the Reliable Series, good edges, fairly fresh. $1.75 i(c)ls
"THE LIBRARY AT MOUNT VERNON / Mount Vernon is owned and maintained by the Mount / ..." monochromatic dark green postcard, unused, small corner crease. $1.75 ml
"THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH PT28301" postcard from Colourmaster International, fresh appearance. $2.50
"The N. Y. Public Library and Fifth Avenue" crowded with autos & pedestrians, unused postcard, numbered N. Y. 428 on back, undisclosed publisher, one bottom corner lightly toned (probable water stain), trivial corner wear. $2.50 ln(n)%
"THE PICTOGRAPH. EVOLUTION OF THE BOOK SERIES." with art by John W. Alexander showing a Native American painting on a buffalo robe, as displayed in the Library of Congress; unused white-border era postcard published by B. S. Reynolds Company in Washington DC, trivial corner wear. $2.00 ndla
"VAN WICKLE MEMORIAL LIBRARY / Lafayette College -- Easton, Pennsylvania" chrome post card mailed there 1958, minor wear at one corner. $1.00 pl
"WESTERN STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, KALAMAZOO, MICH. E-222" Curteich white-border era multiview postcard including Library & Science Hall, unused, minor corner & edge wear. $2.75 ml*+ ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"Yale University Campus. New Haven, Conn. / CRITTENDEN LIBRARY" including a nearby fence in the foreground, unused sepia-tone postcard published by The Edward P. Judd Co., no faults to note. $4.50 c(y)c(n)l
LIBYA POST CARDS
& LIBYAN POSTCARDS
LIBYE / LIBYEN / LIBIA
SOCIALIST PEOPLES LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA
See also Libya postal history & Arab postcards.
|"5A3TX" Tripoli QSL card used 1968, fresh
KINGDOM OF LIBYA AIRLINES (Libya). Continental black & white photograph of its Fokker F-27-200 (I-ATIM leased) ready to board, good focus & composition, image a bit dark. Rare. $5.00 al
"LIBIA PITTORESCA / Un'indigena / Ein Landestyp." monochromatic blue post card showing the face and shoulders of a young man, ediz. R.E.I.C.A. (Milano), unused post card with fresh appearance. $4.75
"MISURATA - Moschee" sepia-tone postcard showing a mosque and some people outside it, foto Giordanella, unused post card, fresh appearance. $3.00
"TRIPOLI, FROM THE CAMANILE OF THE CATHEDRAL." unused real photo post card, Canadian Pacific Cruise post card, fresh appearance. $5.00
"TRIPOLI, THE GOVERNOR'S RESIDENCE" unused real photo, Canadian Pacific Cruise postcard, fresh appearance. $5.00
UNITED AFRICAN AIRLINES. Unused continental postcard showing its Canadair CL-44 (5A-00J) parked, bottom corner crease, other corner wear is trivial. Hard to find! $4.50 a(p)l
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