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|ALABAMA. "U. S. POST
OFFICE, 5th AVEN. AND 19th ST. NORTH, BIRMINGHAM, ALA." corner view including
pedestrians & streetcar tracks, white-border era
postcard, C. T. American Art colored, back has
thin & album adherences over most of its borders, as is. $1.00 ap
ALASKA. "SELDOVIA / NEWS STAND / CARDS · GIFTS · NOTIONS// SELDOVIA / POST OFFICE" unused uncaptioned (so we used all of the signage) circa-1949 Kodak real photo post card with pleasing contrast & focus, thin yellowish chemical streak in the front center sky, good edges. Hard to find view of a very small town reachable only by plane or ship. $14.00 a(s)p
"ALGIERS, ALGERIA. 25 ALGER - La Nouvelle Poste" showing the exterior of the new post office, unused carte postale from a booklet. separation edge a little ragged, 5 past spots on back thinned a bit from album removal. $1.25 ap
AUSTRALIA. "1743 - G. P. O., Sydney." showing an exterior corner & several pedestrians outside, unused color post card from the Nature series, printed in Saxony, 2 small corner creases, mild corner & edge wear. $5.00 np& NEW / NOVA / ÚJ
AUSTRALIA. "VIEW OF BUNDABERG, FROM POST OFFICE TOWER, SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND." post card issued for the Franco-British Exposition of 1908, monochromatic dark violet, unused, minor corner wear, short linear mark in left front margin is same color as the view (the printer's doing). Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 eqp
BAVARIA. "GRUSS aus REGENSBURG" street scene within a border featuring the postman & an antique mailbox with times of day for pickups on its exterior; a quality Postkarte on embossed & pebbled stock, mailed there 28.12.1902 (5-c Bavarian stamp clearly cancelled & tied) to Nixdorf, minor corner wear & rounding, trace of cancel ink on front. Post card sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 gp-b
BAVARIA. "K. B. POST" with caption taken from the side of a mail car, real photo the size of a regular postcard, German message on back specifies Berchtesgaden 1912, addressed to München, back toned, trivial corner & edge wear. Quite possibly unique. $25.00 (pb-b)*
BAVARIA. "Philatelle-Ansichtskarte. Gesetzl. geschützt. D. R. G. M. 222744. Ottmar Zieher, München / Nr. 41" picturing the 9 different definitive stamps of Bavaria, a postman, its small heraldic crest, unused intricately embossed Postkarte, minor corner & edge wear. The cancel on the 10-pfennig stamp reads 'BESTEN GRUSS' or best greetings. $14.00 pbp-b
BREMEN STATE, GERMANY. "BREMEN GERICHTSGEBÄUDE HAUPTPOSTAMT" showing the courthouse & main post office; unused circa-1906 sepia-tone Postkarte, No. 38 Verlag v. Alb. Rosenthal in Bremen, fairly fresh with good edges. $4.00 bpc NEW / NEU / NOUVEAU
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CALIFORNIA. "Post Office, Roseville, Cal." when it shared a building with a men's furnishings store, post card circa 1910. 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 cp
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. "G. P. O. and Adderley Street, Cape Town" Color view published by Valentine & Sons, small piece of one corner gone, serrated edge from booklet. 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 cp
CHINA. "CHEFOO." showing the front of the Chinese Imperial Post Office there (sign in English & Chinese), black & white on brownish paper, postcard mailed 1909 at Scio Ohio, 2 corner creases, small corner crease. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 cp!
COLORADO. "15541. Postoffice and Federal Court House, Denver, Colorado" a corner view with a few autos nearby, unused white-border era postcard, tiny corner creases at the bottom, minor wear at one upper corner, fairly fresh. Back refers to the building as "new" and it was built in 1916. $4.50 c(d)pc
COLORADO. "N167:-U.S. POST OFFICE, DENVER, COLORADO" unused linen post card with fresh colors, back paper starting to yellow evenly with age, tiny scrape in sky almost blends in with a cloud. $1.50 c(d)p
CONNECTICUT. "A 9821 New Post Office, Waterbury, Conn." black & white Rotograph post card with undivided back, mailed there circa 1906, paper browning with age, toning on front, bottom edge uneven, mild corner rounding, as is. Postcard sold. 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 cp
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CONNECTICUT. "Post Office and Campbell Avenue, WEST HAVEN, Conn." including some pedestrians, a dentist sign & an ice cream sign; post card printed in Germany, mailed 1910, corner crease, small corner crease. Post card sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original area) & enhanced 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 cp!
CONNECTICUT. "Post Office at Plainfield, Conn." postcard mailed MAY 14 1951 to Mrs. Rebecca Sisson in North Lawrence Ohio on an exchange, small upper corner crease, minor corner & edge wear, undisclosed publisher, low printing quality. Rare: we found no recorded sales, no offers, and none exhibited when we searched the Internet. $12.00 c(p)p
CONNECTICUT. "POST OFFICE, BRIDGEPORT, CONN." as it appeared in 1934, postcard mailed there, spots of toning on back, small light but noticeable spot of toning in sky, corners worn & softened. $1.75 cp
CONNECTICUT. "Post Office Corner, Norfolk, Conn." black & white post card mailed AUG 6 1915 (clear NEWP'T & SPRING. R.P.O. S.R. cancel to Livingstone New Jersey, tiny corner crease, bit of cancel ink in front sky. $5.00 cp
CONNECTICUT. "UNITED STATES POST OFFICE, BRIDGEPORT, CONN." white-border era postcard mailed there 1937, stamp removed, 1 / 4" tear, toning at one front corner, minor wear at another corner. $1.75 cp
DELAWARE. "W-8 U. S. POST OFFICE, COURT HOUSE AND CUSTOM HOUSE, RODNEY SQUARE, WILMINGTON, DEL. / 7A-H1449" as it looked circa-1937, unused Curteich linen postcard printed for Lynn H. Boyer Jr. in Wildwood, minor wear to one upper corner, otherwise good edges. $2.75 dcp
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ENGLAND. "Post Office and New Street, Birmingham" Hartmann published post card, writing on back, album marks on front, tiny spot in front border, trivial corner wear. $2.00
ENGLAND. "THE POST OFFICE, ROUGHAM. Howells Series J. 6784." including a bicyclist & delivery truck nearby, unused Norvic Mill real photo postcard, good edges. The series number is conclusively indicates that this is the small village in Central Norfolk. 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 e(r)p!#
FLORIDA. "TAMPA, FLA. / Post Office and / Catholic Church." with a few pedestrians in the foreground, postcard photochromed in Saxony, Tuck Series No. 2100 (Tampa Florida), back paper browning lightly with age, 2 tiny spots of toning in address area, light toning in the front caption area. $4.25 f(t)pt
FLORIDA. "US Post Office - Fort Myers, Fla." black & white photo with good contrast & composition, slight curl to the paper, about half the size of a regular postcard. 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 fp
FRANCE. "132 LE MONT SAINT-MICHEL. - La Rue. -- LL" with many people, a post card stand, sign for La Mouton Blanc Alliaume, corner of the post office. black & white on green back with light browning of back edges, unused. Nice. $7.50 f
FRANCE. "Ch. D. Meaux / 4. Meaux - 26 Janvier 1910 -- Rue du Tan - Le courrier" showing a courier in a longboat being poled by 2 standing men because of the flood; black & white carte postale sent 5 -9 10 TCV to Indiana, 2 corners creased, both sides toned along one short edge. Unusual subject matter. $12.00 fpd
GEORGIA. "A-30 U. S. POST OFFICE BY NIGHT, ATHENS, GA." Unused linen from Asheville Post Card Co., fresh appearance. $2.50 gp
GEORGIA. "G-25 U. S. POST OFFICE AND FEDERAL BUILDING, GAINESVILLE, GA." Unused linen from Asheville Postcard, fresh appearance. $2.50 gp
GEORGIA. Wanted to buy--postcards showing post offices of small Georgia towns. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c
GERMAN SEAPOST. "Hamburg - Amerika Linie // Am Bord / des Doppelschrauben - Postdampfers / 'DEUTSCHLAND'" dated June 9 1904 by the sender, quality unsigned art showing elegants resting on deck, published by Mühlmeister & Johler in Hamburg, posted in New York City with a US stamp, faint album impressions at the corner, small upper corner crease tangential to the image. Slightly taller than a regular-size postcard. This twin-screw ship carried trans-Atlantic mail for the German post office. $20.00 s(o)p
GERMAN SEAPOST. "Hamburg - Amerika / Linie // Am Bord / des Doppelschrauben - Postdampfers / 'PATRICIA'" dated by sender 1904, quality unsigned art showing an elegantly dressed couple standing on deck, Postkarte mailed by Deutsche See Post to New York City, minor toning from album contact, one corner with several small stress marks, other corners with minor rounding, light writing in Germanic script. This twin-screw ship carried trans-Atlantic mail for the German post office. $20.00 s(o)p
GIBRALTAR. "3. GIBRALTAR -- Post Office and Main Street" including an old auto & office of the Cunard Line prominently, sepia-tone post card, unused. $5.00
GIBRALTAR. "Waterport Street with Post Office / Gibraltar" including several pedestrians, color postcard from Benzaquen & Co., unused, tiny corner crease. $3.00 gp
ILLINOIS. "199 / U. S. MAIL" uncaptioned sepia-tone real photo post card with good focus & contrast, showing mailman Julius Hoffman next to his horse-drawn delivery wagon number 199, mailed MAY 27 1912 from Canal Station there to his brother S. J. Hoffman in Sublette Illinois, minor wear at one bottom corners. The message ties it all together: "This is to show you, that I'm still 'on the job', in Chicago / Your Bro, Julius". 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)hp-i
ILLINOIS. "Chicago Post Office, Chicago, Ill." showing a corner view, sepia-tone postcard on yellowish paper, mailed 1909 to James M. Carmichael in Fairmont West Virginia, upside-down cancel on front, both sides lightly toned, 3/4" internal crease, 2 small corner creases both miss the image. $1.50 i(c)p
ILLINOIS. "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
ILLINOIS. "POST OFFICE AND COURT HOUSE, PEORIA, ILL.--10" corner view with autos parked nearby, unused linen postcard from Hartman News Agency, mild browning of paper on back, 3 corner creases (2 small, 1 tiny). $1.75 ipc. A better unused example, minor edge wear, a couple small light spots of toning on back. Shown. $2.25 ipc
ILLINOIS. "Series 1094 A. Government Building & New Post Office, Chicago. Davidson Brothers." sepia-tone real photo post card mailed 1907, corner wear. $6.50 ip
ILLINOIS. "This is the post office building in Sterling / This was taking on Soldiers Reunion Day" decked out with welcome banners & flags, a horse-drawn buggy paused nearby; uncaptioned (so we used the message text) sepia-tone real photo messaged SEP 13 1911 & mailed the next day at Sterling Illinois, small lower corner bend, faint short internal crease from the bottom edge, trivial corner wear. 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)ph
INDIA. "12. The Postman" with his mailbag, sepia-tone post card in vertical format, very late usage at Mantoloking New Jersey, minor corner rounding, back toned. $5.50 ipp&
INDIA. "GENERAL POST OFFICE, CALCUTTA." unused sepia-tone real photo postcard printed in Britain, heavily toned back, faint corner crease. $2.75 ip
INDIA. "GENERAL POST OFFICE, LAHORE / No. 16 Shunker, Dass & Co., Lahore" showing its exterior & a man carrying a ladder in the foreground, unused black & white post card, circa 1908 - 1910, good edges. At the time Lahore was in India, but it is now in Pakistan. $6.50 ipp
INDIANA. "6:-U. S. POST OFFICE AND FEDERAL BUILDING, / INDIANAPOLIS, IND." unused linen postcard from Craft Greeting Card Co., trivial edge wear, small letter penned into stamp box. $1.75 ip. Another example, mailed there 1950, small spot of cancel ink in the front sky. Shown. $1.75 ip
"E. C. LOWES, / RURAL CARRIER, ACTON, IND." in uniform, alongside his Reading Standard motorcycle, unused Azo (triangles up) real photo post card with contrast a bit high & oxidation appropriate for its age, light album toning near the back edges. Rare: no others found offered or exhibited when we searched the Internet. Mentioned as Earnest, married, in an1916 Indianapolis News obituary for someone else. 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(a)pgm
INDIANA. "Recorder Printing Office / W. H. CLARK / POST OFFICE / TIM McHENRY'S BUS LINE / RISING SUN & AURORA / U. S. M." uncaptioned (so we used all the signs!) sepia-tone real photo post card with excellent focus & contrast, mailed there JUN 2 1909, small bottom corner crease, oxidation consistent with age. This is Main Street, the wagon abbreviation is for U. S. Mail, the Presbyterian Church is at the right & the Recorder was the town newspaper. Mr. Clark once served as their Postmaster; he sold millinery & shoes out of the store shown at the left. 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(r)pngghb#
INDIANA. Uncaptioned undivided-back sepia-tone real photo postcard showing Main Street facing east in Rising Sun Indiana, the distinctive steeple (with spot of toning nearby) is the Presbyterian Church, the building to its left between the trees is a good look at its Post Office. Mailed JAN 16 1906 at Rising Sun to Miss Eva A. Downey in Jacksonville Florida (partial arrival marking on back), lightly toned back due to album contact. SALE IN PROGRESS i(r)mp
INDIANA. "U. S. Post Office, Anderson, Indiana / Public Library, Anderson, Indiana" unused linen multiview postcard from York News, trivial corner wear. $2.00
INDIANA. "U.S. Post Office, Connersville, Ind. / 0B418" black & white Curteich 'photo-finish' post card mailed there 1950 by Mrs. Marietta Holme, stamp damaged, mild corner wear, cancel on front. $1.75 ip
INDIANA. "U. S. POST OFFICE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND." white-border era postcard from Majestic Publishing, numbered 115 on back, unused, small corner crease, mild corner & edge wear. $2.25 ip
INDIANA. "U. S. POST OFFICE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND.--3" white-border era post card from E. C. Kropp, unused, small scrape near top of both sides. $2.00 ip
INDIANA. "POST OFFICE. NEW PARIS, IND." with many crowded outside, including 2 delivery wagons (one for RFD #3), sepia-tone real photo post card mailed there SEP 12 1911. The building itself was built in 1902 to house a drugstore (left) next to the MM Barber Shop (right), as we can see from the stonework overhead. 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(n)ppb-ri
INDIANA. "U. S. Post Office, South Bend, Ind." including a bicyclist in the foreground, color post card mailed there 1910, stamp removed, heavy internal crease from top center, date written in front sky, minor corner wear, odd handstamp repeated over most of back, as is. $1.75 i(s)pb
IOWA. "DONALD J. ANDERSON / Postmaster // Post Office - Kellogg, Iowa" unused black & white post card with his contact information on back (he was a dealer in historical Post Office Department items). Excellent condition. $3.75 i(k)pg-i
IOWA. "SCHULTZ / PHOTO CALMAR" showing a 1913 parade passing between the F. C. Smith general merchandise store & the Joe A. Huber grocery store across the street, part of the Fort Atkinson post office visible in the right foreground; sepia-tone NOKO real photo post card, odd light vertical line printed through the central image that is hard to explain, unused, slight oxidation, toned back corners due to album contact. $22.50 ippg(h)
IOWA. "SCHULTZ / PHOTO CALMAR" with man on horseback (possibly the parade marshal) preceding an adult band passing in front of the Fort Atkinson Iowa Post Office, definitely 1913, sepia-tone NOKO real photo postcard with good contrast & focus, slight oxidation, interesting writing on back (flying machine did not get up until half past 5, threshing might begin the last of the week, Bertha's heart problem...), toned back edges due to album contact, one corner creased twice but not too noticeable. $35.00 ipp& NEW / NOVA / ÚJ
KANSAS. "U. S. Post Office, Hutchinson, Kansas / 0B945-N" white-border era postcard with a corner view as it looked circa 1940, mailed in 1954, 2 corner creases (one faint), minor wear at 3 corners. $2.75 kp
KANSAS. "POST OFFICE, WICHITA, KANSAS" corner view on an unused linen post card from M-S News Company, slight yellowing of the paper with age, small tape remnant on back, front color is fresh. $2.25 kp
KENTUCKY. "U. S. Post Office, Maysville, Ky." a corner exterior view, unused linen post card with 2 small corner bends. $2.25 kp
MAINE. "The Post Office, Lewiston, Maine -- D-14" showing its exterior, unused linen postcard, light toning on back, 2 tiny spots on front, good edges. $2.00 mp
MARTINIQUE. "FORT-de-FRANCE. - Hôtel des Postes" post card showing the exterior of the post office, also showing the Pharmacie F. Lamy; green back with much brownish paper, writing on back dates to 1920, corner & edge wear, one corner creased twice. $3.25 mppg
MARYLAND. "U. S. POST OFFICE, HAGERSTOWN, MD. / 61" unused linen postcard from Marken & Bielfeld, good edges. $2.50 mp
MARYLAND. "United States Post Office, Silver Spring, Md. / 6B-H355" showing its front circa 1946, linen post card mailed at Washington Grove by Mrs. Stuart Trigger with an exchange suggestion to Anna D. Welch in Cincinnati. Upper left corner with multiple corner creases not into the image & 1 long internal crease into the sky. $1.25 m(s)p
MASSACHUSETTS. "POST OFFICE, BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS 5167" exterior circa 1950, unused black & white Photolux from American Art Postcard Company, tiny corner bend. $2.25 mp
MASSACHUSETTS. "U. S. Mail" with a mail carrier posed next to his horse-drawn delivery wagon; sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard from W. H. Parsons & Company, photographers at Roxbury Crossing Massachusetts, 2 corners creased, all corners with minor rounding, heavily toned back a bit of which shows to the front left & bottom edges, auctioneer's address label on back. Uncaptioned so we used the lettering on the wagon itself. Postcard sold front 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(r)ph
MEXICO. "159.-EDIFICIO DE CORREOS, MEXICO, D.F." showing the main post office & the traffic passing by, sepia-tone real photo post card with good depth of field, mailed 1952 to Washington, small spot of toning at one back edge. $2.50 mp
MEXICO. "Business Houses & Post Office, Tampico, Mex." in Tamaulipas State, including the shop 'Las Novedades', unused postcard circa 1910 - 1915, lightly toned back, 2 handstamps of a name on back. $3.50 m(t)p
MEXICO. "This view is on San Oni? de la Tran street, Mexico City. The building marked x is the Post office..." showing a busy street scene from a high viewpoint, sepia-tone real photo post card with caption from message on back, mailed November 1910 to Ohio, some oxidation, quite possibly unique. The word Oni is hard to read and may be something else. The post office, one of the more distant buildings, is marked by a small handwritten x. $7.50 mp
MÉXICO. "Veracruz Correos y Telegrafos / 47. Latapi y Bert. Apartado 922. México." showing the post office, unused tarjeta postal with undivided back & good edges, neat writing on front 'P. Office. One of the handsomest buildings in Vera Cruz". $4.00 m(v)p
MICHIGAN. "4--POST OFFICE, DETROIT, MICH." on Lafayette & Shelby, when it was new; linen postcard mailed there 1943, a little wear at the edges of 2 corners. The only post office with a marine mail delivery in the US at the time. $2.75 m(d)p
MICHIGAN. "Chippewa Lake, Mich." sepia-tone DOPS real photo postcard showing 3 autos parked outside the AC Store (meats & groceries) & Milletts US Post Office, with 2 pumps of the Standard gas station most distant. Unused. Sold but front still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 opg
"MAIN STREET, MACKINAC ISLAND, MICH. 5A-H718" with their post office on the left & Western Union on the right, linen post card mailed 1954 at Harbor Springs Michigan, 2 tiny corner bends at the left front. $2.75 m(m)mp NEW / NOVA / ÚJ
MICHIGAN. "POST OFFICE, FLINT, MICH. / 3A-H1512" showing the exterior as it looked in 1933, unused Curteich linen postcard, tiny corner crease, soft corners, tiny spot of light toning in upper front border. $2.00 mp
MICHIGAN. "Post Office Force, Lakeview, Mich." showing & naming the Postmaster, clerks, messengers & RFD carriers by route, postcard mailed there 1907 (straight-line cancel), minor corner wear & rounding. Marvelous! $47.50 (mpph-mr)
MICHIGAN. "Post Office, Officials and Employees, Jackson, Mich." corner view with numerous employees, several horse-drawn sleighs, etc.; postcard from Drake Brothers, unused, lightly toned back, soft corners. Circa 1910. $25.00 mph-m
MICHIGAN. "Post Office (right) and Michigan Avenue, Looking West, Battle Creek, Michigan / 8A-H2190" including the First Baptist Church across the street, linen post card used there 1946, small corner crease, mild corner wear, lightly toned back, trace of cancel ink on front . $2.00 mp
MICHIGAN. "United States Post Office, Saginaw, Mich. / 7A-H3132" unused linen postcard from Reid Paper Company, pertinent information on back, small spot in sky. $2.00 mp
MINNESOTA. "Captain Young Brings the Mail to Penasse, Northernmost U. S. Post Office" showing the skipper of the mailboat Resolute with mail bags standing near Postmistress Mrs. Fran Cole, home-made (and, hence, unique) post card fashioned skillfully from a clipping in black & white, mailed at Penasse Dec 17 1960 (clear postmark). The post office there was discontinued in 1969. $10.00 m(p)pg-m
MISSISSIPPI. "U. S. Post Office, Greenwood, Miss." exterior as it looked circa 1939, white-border era postcard mailed 1947 (then a Curteich reprint because of its popularity), small corner crease. $2.50 mp
MISSOURI. "U. S. Post Office, St. Louis, Missouri" linen postcard, unused, 1 pinhole at top, brownish paper. $1.50
MONTANA. "Historic / Virginia City, / Mont." street scene including the post office & drug store, unused chrome post card from Lauretta Studio, tiny corner crease. $1.75 mp
NATAL. "General Post Office and / Town Gardens, Durban / Copyright, N. 545" including several buses & rickshaws awaiting passengers, unused sepia-tone real photo postcard, slight curl to the paper, image is well composed but a bit dark. $3.25 np
NATAL. "Post Office and Natal Bank, Durban" unused real photo post card published by A. R. P. O., copyrighted, back lightly toned, good edges. $4.50 np
NEBRASKA. "Dedication April 7, 1962 / Compliments of / Clarke W. Kelley, Postmaster // Mrs. Ch. H. Feusner / Mrs. A. W. Kinsman, clerks // L. N. Mayo / F. E. Wilburn / Rural Carriers" black & white on postal card with yellowish paper showing the post office, mailed there March 1963, cancel ink on front, extraneous writing on back. $3.00 np-n
NEBRASKA. "Post Office and 16th Street, Looking South / Omaha, Neb." Unused circa 1910 postcard, fresh appearance on front, back paper browning a bit with age. $8.00 np
NEW HAMPSHIRE. "Post Office, Manchester, NH" a corner view, undivided back postcard made in Germany for H. C. Leighton Company, mailed AUG 30 1905 (ALB. & BOSTON TR.8 R.P.O. hand cancel clearly struck), spotty toning at the lower left back corner, minor corner wear, fresh colors on front suggestive of a new building, very light toning on front does not detract. $4.00 n(m)p
NEW HAMPSHIRE. "U. S. MAIL STEAMER UNCLE SAM, LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE, N. H. 1029" with a side view of the boat underway with many passengers aboard, unused sepia-tone, small silvery album adherences at front corners. Post card sold. 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 n(l)s(l)pu-n*
NEW JERSEY. "NEW POST OFFICE BUILDING, WILDWOOD BY THE SEA, N. J. W11" showing the exterior, in the distance is a giant Ferris wheel; linen post card from Colourpicture Publication, mild browning of paper on back, dated 1954 on back by writing. $2.50 np
NEW JERSEY. "UNITED STATES POST OFFICE, MILLVILLE, N. J." showing an exterior corner & open door, unused black & white Mayrose postcard, internal crease. The previous owner judged it to be rare. 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 np#
NEW JERSEY. "U.S. MAIL / R.F.D. / No. 2 / WESTVILL[E] / N. ..." // RURAL FREE DELIVERY" unused sepia-tone postcard with unevenly toned divided back, faint upper corner crease, minor corner wear. How do we know it is Westville New Jersey? The Westville New York post office was discontinued in 1907 (pre-divided back); there is no Westville New Hampshire; there is no Westville North Carolina; & there is no Westville North Dakota. That is how we know where this surprising scene actually was, even though they tried to obscure the last letters of the town & state abbreviation to keep us guessing. What fun! $9.00 n(w)phl*
NEW MEXICO. "Kit Carson Road in Taos, New Mexico, showing Kit Carson / Home, Kit Carson Memorial Building and the Taos Post / Office" including several automobiles, unused chrome-era post card published by Petley Studios, noticeable wear at 1 upper corner, small bottom corner bend. $1.00 np ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
NEW YORK. "BIG JOHN Store & Post Office / Bakers Mills, N. Y." on their Main Street (as explained on back), black & white postcard mailed there 1955 by postmistress Lillian E. Morehouse (her violet handstamp, postmark clear & complete). $4.25 npmg-n
NEW YORK. "NEW YORK POST OFFICE -- 31st to 33rd St.--8th to 9th Ave. ©LUMITONE - N.Y." unused white-border era post card published for H. W. Haberman, faint small corner crease, very light toning at right front corners. $3.00 np
NEW YORK. "Post Office, Stony Brook, L. I." exterior including the nearby real estate storefront in the Early Republican Shopping Center, postcard mailed 1963, yellowish paper, rough edges possibly as issued. $1.50 np
NEW YORK. "THE PARQUET POST OFFICE AND INLET SUPPLY CO., INLET, N. Y. HEAD OF FOURTH LAKE" unused white-border era postcard, published by Nolan & Prince, minor corner rounding, small thin on back near stamp box. $3.00 n(i)p
NEW YORK. "The Post Office Store, Fosterdale, N. Y." black & white postcard, mailed there 1915, long crease, uneven right edge, extraneous writing on back, minor corner wear & rounding. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 np
NEW YORK. "U. S. POST OFFICE, HUDSON, N. Y. 2" white-border era post card with very late usage at Wanakena New York, light toning near the back edges, minor corner wear, tear at top center affects the border only & closes well. $1.75 n(h)p
NEW YORK. "U. S. Post Office, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 3 / 0B-H2298" showing the exterior as it looked in 1940, unused linen post card from Ruben Publishing Company, minor wear at one corner, otherwise fairly fresh. $2.25 np ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
NORTH CAROLINA. "United States Post Office, Leaksville, North Carolina" including its flagpole, white-border era postcard from Graycraft, unused & fairly fresh except for slight browning of the paper. Leaksville is now part of Eden. $3.50 np+
OHIO. "8994. U. S. Post Office and Hartman Theatre, Columbus, Ohio" as seen from across the street, post card published by Haenlein Brothers, mailed there 1913 to Mrs. Frank Heckeman in South Bend Indiana, small upper corner crease, mild corner & edge wear, approximately 1" internal crease from the top edge, just a few tiny speckles of cancel ink show in the sky. Circa 1919 a knock-off of this postcard surfaced, and that is probably the one you have in your collection, not this one. Ours has a red caption at the upper left. $8.00 o(c)pt
"A Merry Christmas / Amos Wilson Kaufman / Rural Letter Carrier. Route
No. 2" circa-1910 postcard with 4-stanza poem printed on the message side,
addressed simply to 'Joe Wert and family'. Ordinarily items like this are
hard to place, because a location is not specified -- but not this one! The
carrier's name is sufficiently distinctive that only one such name is
found in a Google search: this man & his wife both buried in Oakland
Cemetery in Auburn Township, just outside of Tiro Ohio (Crawford County).
Cinching the deal is the addressing: there are many Wert families living in Crawford
County. So Amos Wilson worked out of the Tiro Post Office, most likely
servicing rural people he knew in Auburn Township.
OHIO. "Greetings from Edison O." unused Azo real photo (triangles up) multiview with 4 scenes--the depot & "Uncle Sams Force" (the RFD carriers with their vehicles) & looking south from the elevator & Williams Street--good contrast & focus, sound edges & fresh appearance. How nice can it get? $45.00 omp
OHIO. "MAIN ST / FEB. 15 09 / BELLEVUE O." showing an auto in front of the post office just after a winter sleet storm, Kruxo real photo post card, unused, both short edges toned on back. $15.00 op
OHIO. "MAIN ST / FEB. 15 09 / BELLEVUE O." showing an auto in front of the post office just after a winter sleet storm, Kruxo real photo, unused, both short edges toned on back. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 opwm
OHIO. "Post Office and Custom House, Sandusky, O." corner view including a lunch wagon out front, color, 11907 from Alexander Mfg. Co., made in Germany, album marks at corners of both sides, toning along back bottom border, small red check mark in ink at lower right back corner. Circa 1912 post card. $5.00 op*
OHIO. "POST OFFICE, GREENVILLE, OHIO / 3A-H1519" corner view as it looked in 1933, unused linen postcard from The R. E. Wenger Company, tiny spot of toning on front edge & another on the back, good edges. $2.25 op
OHIO. "Post Office force at Convoy Ohio / Owen" showing the postal workers with stuffed bags & their two motorcycles; Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good focus & contrast, writing on the back (addressed to Cara Ford) used for the caption, minor corner rounding. We are told that the motorbike at the left is an Indian. 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(c)pm
OHIO. "Post Office / Orrville, Ohio" unused Silvercraft post card, minor corner wear, light vertical rubber band marks on front. $2.50 o(o)p
OHIO. "Public Square Mt. Gilead O." including horse-drawn vehicles, and many signs--the post office, City Bakery, Kozy Korner Shoe Store, jeweller(sic) & Doctor Bennett; sepia-tone real photo with good composition & focus (which yield the details), mailed 1918, faint corner crease, minor corner & edge wear. $19.00 ogp
OHIO. "R. F. D. / № 9 / Eaton O." sepia-tone real photo postcard with good focus & slight oxidation, showing the mailman J. Albert Gardner standing next to his horse-drawn delivery wagon, mailed at Eaton circa 1910 (no year in clear SEP 3 cancel on 1˘ green Franklin stamp) to Mr. D. Hart in the same town. Uncaptioned, so we used the lettering at the side of the wagon instead. 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(e)phg(g)-r
OHIO. "U. S. Post Office, Findlay, Ohio" unused white-border era postcard from Findlay News Agency, minor bend at one corner. $3.50 op
OHIO. "U. S. / POST OFFICE, / FINDLAY, / OHIO--3" color post card circa 1918 from Findlay Printing & Supply, unused, minor corner wear. $2.50 op
OHIO. "U. S. Post Office, Marietta, Ohio" with portions of a nearby long bridge; unused post card mailed JUL 9 1914 (well-inked ZANES. & PARKERS. R.P.O. RMS hand cancel), ink fading on back, trivial wear at one corner, a few tiny speckles of cancel ink in the front sky. $3.25 o(m)p
OHIO. "U. S. Post Office, Marietta, Ohio / 8B-H1437" unused linen from Kelly News and Stationery Store, wear & bend at one corner, lightly toned back. $1.75 op. Same post card except no wear & bend at corner, trivial edge wear. $2.00 op
OHIO. "U. S. Post Office, New Philadelphia, Ohio / 2A724-N" unused Curteich linen postcard, soft corners. $3.00 op
OHIO. "U. S. Post Office, Ravenna, Ohio" unused Colourpicture postcard from the linen era, back paper starting to yellow evenly with age, good edges. $3.00 o(r)p
OKLAHOMA. "Post Office, PERRY OKLAHOMA" unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles both ways) real photo in good focus, good edges. Surprisingly hard to find! 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)p
OKLAHOMA. "THE FLXIBLE HIGHWAY POST OFFICE" side view in black & white of the vehicle, lightly cancelled postcard from its first trip Feb 20 1940 (Muskogee - Oklahoma City), bold violet commemorative cachet in back message area, courtesy of the Flxible Company of Loudenville Ohio. corner crease, small corner crease, internal crease, minor corner wear. $6.00 o(m)po(l)-h
ONTARIO. "1886-7 / A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR / ... / TORONTO LETTER CARRIERS" including a postman, mailbag, heraldic crests & a Canada Post Card, 5-colors (brown on sepia, dark violet, dark red & gold), toned back, mild corner & edge wear, long corner crease, small corner crease, lightly toned front. Handed out to "Their Friends Everywhere", no postcard back. As nice a precursor as you are likely to find. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 o-onpc
ORANGE RIVER COLONY. "Bloemfontein O. R. C. General Post Office" color postcard on undivided back with slight browning of the paper with age, mailed there 21 DEC 09 (gorgeous almost complete cancel on 1 / 2-d king stamp) to Lardysmith Natal, small corner crease, faint cancel ink on front, noticeable wear at one front corner, lightly toned front, lightly toned back, 2 ink smear on back in address. Publisher information is obscured on the back by a printed stripe. $6.00 op-o
OREGON. "POST OFFICE STORE - TWIN ROCKS, OREGON" discontinued post office with groceries & candy & tobacco being sold in the same building, unused Ekc real photo with good focus & contrast, fresh appearance. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 op-o
PENNSYLVANIA. "Main Street, Nurenburg(sic), Pa." including a sign for Golden Ice Cream, post card mailed there (Nuremberg spelling correct in cancel, of course) SEP 4 1958, handwritten note from their postmistress Timoria Warnick -- "Many of those beautiful trees were destroyed by hurricane Hazel ...". The tropical storm Hazel (to the residents it was a hurricane & it long remained so in their memories) hit the town in the fall of 1953, so the view is necessarily 1953 or earlier. A rare postcard as you might guess from the caption error, or possibly from the timing of bad weather after it was printed, or both! 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. p(n)mmp
PENNSYLVANIA. "POST OFFICE AND FEDERAL BUILDING, WILLIAMSPORT, PA. / 10743" unused white-border era postcard from N. P. Browne (No. 1301), light toning in back message area, small thin at bottom back edge, trivial wear to the bottom corners. $3.75 p(w)p
PENNSYLVANIA. "Post Office, Scranton, Pa." color post card from Scranton News Co., mailed there 1912, slight yellowing of the paper with age, 2 corner creases (one multiply), corner & edge wear, partial cancel on front. $4.75 p(s)p
PENNSYLVANIA. "POST OFFICE, WILKES BARRE, PA." an exterior corner view including a few pedestrians, postcard mailed there 1907 (Captain John Smith stamp), marks at the corners & toning both sides from album contact, minor corner & edge wear. $5.50 p(w)p
PENNSYLVANIA. "REQUEST FOR BETTER ADDRESS. / Post Office ALLEGHENY, PA. / ... / As the address and the party is unknown to us, we / are unable to deliver the letter, and have placed it in the General Delivery ... / The deliver of mail to transient parties would be greatly facilitated if / marked 'Transient.' / James A. Grier, , Postmaster ..." postal card mailed JULY 13 1900 on Post Office Department Official business (no stamp required) to Mr. C. S. Speaker in Lisbon Ohio, small upper corner bend with crease. $5.00 gpp-pu(o)*
PRUSSIA. "Gruss aus Altona / No 2 / Verlag v. H. Carly, Hamburg." showing the Central-Bahnhof and Post in color, mailed there 1 January 1898 to Tacoma Washington (2 5-pfg stamps with light hand cancels, JAN 18 receiving mark on front clearly struck), corners with small creases, small spots of discoloration at the top center & left front edges, minor edge wear. $10.00 gpp
QUÉBEC. "Bureau de Poste, St. Georges, Cté. Beauce, P.Q." white-border era postcard from Photogelatine Engraving Co., unused. corner crease, lightly toned back. $1.50 q
RHODE ISLAND. "CAPITOL // U.S. POST OFFICE, COURT HOUSE / AND CUSTOM HOUSE // U.S. POST OFFICE ANNEX" as they appeared circa 1940, with the 3 buildings labeled; unused linen postcard, good edges, buff-colored border. $3.00 rp. Same but whitish border. $3.00 rp. Both for $5.50 rp.
RHODE ISLAND. "Post Office and Broadway. (Olneyville / Providence, R. I." parenthesis missing in caption, color, long crease, writing on back. $1.75 (rp)%
SCOTLAND. "Charing Cross, Glasgow." including the post office in horse-drawn days; sepia-tone postcard, number 312 in the Caledonia Series, noticeable album marks at the corners. $4.00 sp
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SOUTH AFRICA. "POST OFFICE, BREE STREET, JOHANNESBURG" with many autos & pedestrians, unused black & white post card, copyrighted, very light surface abrasions on front, good edges. $3.25 sp
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SWAZILAND. Small black & white photo circa 18 April 1963 showing the small post office at Sicunusa. Most unusual. Sicunusa is a small town near the western border of the Shiselweni Region. 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 sp-s
SWITZERLAND. "Lausanne - La Banque Cantonale et l'Hotel des Postes / EDITIONS BURGY, LITH., LAUSANNE 2579" showing the cantonal bank & post office; high-quality lithographed carte postale with divided back, two corners with noticeable wear (one of which also has 2 small creases), very late usage at Rockland Texas. $1.50 sp
TENNESSEE. "FEDERAL BUILDING AND POST OFFICE, MEMPHIS, TENN. / SHOWING SKY SCRAPERS IN A DISTANCE FROM CONFEDERATE PARK" linen postcard mailed there 1947, cancel ink on front, bent corner, lightly toned back. $1.25
TENNESSEE. "Post Office, Huntingdon, Tenn." black & white post card mailed 1947, tiny corner crease not into image. $2.25 (tp)-*
TEXAS & ARKANSAS. "U. S. POST OFFICE BUILDING / TEXARKANA U. S. A., THE CITY OF TWO STATES" unused chrome postcard distributed by Parker News Agency, fairly fresh. $1.00 ap
UNITED AIR LINES. Regular-size post card with art signed Roy Anderson, pebbled stock, showing its Fairchild C082A Packet Flying Mail Car in flight, 1973 copyright, interesting information printed on back, a little pencil writing on back will probably erase well, good edges. $4.75 a(p)a(a)p
UNITED STATES (GENERALLY). "Compliments of the Season / Ed. R Wyrick, / Rural Letter Carrier. R. F. D. No. 1" with 16-line poem over all the back entitled 'To My Friends', art the horse-drawn wagon of a mail carrier, circa 1908, size of a regular postcard, light toning both sides from album contact. $4.50 phg-r
UNITED STATES (GENERALLY). "Compliments / of the Season / U. S. MAIL / Edwin E. Smith / Rural Letter Carrier / R. F. D. No. 21" circa-1910 card the size of a regular postcard, the entire back of which is covered by a 5-stanza poem entitled 'THE PENNIES IN THE BOX". In a surprisingly amusing way, It encourages recipients to buy their own stamps at post offices, especially during the winter months when the pennies for postage were hard to fish out the mail boxes with near-frozen hands. Gives a realistic glimpse into what it was like to be a letter carrier. $10.00 pg-r
UNITED STATES (GENERALLY). "Convenient and affordable. Easier to get. / Get your PO Box online at usps.com/poboxes" continental postcard sent by presorted first-class mail circa 2008 to a residential customer, publicizing their Internet site, excellent condition. $1.00 pc
UNITED STATES (GENERALLY). "FEEL FREE / TO SHARE / YOUR OTHER / ADDRESS. / GET A PO BOX™, / ONLY FROM THE / U.S. POSTAL SERVICE®." unused continental postcard distributed as pre-sorted first class mail to its customers in 2011, excellent condition. $1.00 p
UNITED STATES (GENERALLY). "HONORING / the / MAIL CARRIER / and / NATIONAL POSTCARD WEEK / May 7-13, 1989" showing a collage of 11 US stamps honoring the postal service, unused, from a limited edition of 1000 postcards, near mint. $2.00 pppp
UNITED STATES (GENERALLY). "Mailo" showing US sailors watching a postal vehicle unload bags of mail for their ship, sepia-tone Azo real photo (triangles both ways) post card with good contrast & focus, writing on back explains the scene, back lightly toned. Unusual subject matter! $15.00 s(m)p
UNITED STATES (GENERALLY). "WE / WHOOSH / YOU A MERRY / CHRISTMAS / EXPRESS MAIL" with eagle & USPS logo on front, unused continental postcard from a 1986 official business campaign, copyrighted, near mint. $1.25 p-u(o)
UNSPECIFIED LOCATION. "Merry Christmas / and a Happy New Year / Peter Cahill / Rural Letter Carrier Route No. 4" postcard with long poem pre-printed in the message area, partially erased pencil-writing in the address area, minor corner wear. $4.50 gp
UNSPECIFIED LOCATION. "THE SEASON'S GREETINGS // RURAL / FREE / DELIVERY '' ALBERT A. HASKELL / Rural Letter Carrier Route No. 1" postcard with long poem (written by an unnamed carrier) printed in the address area, no writing either side, good edges. $5.00 gpw
UTAH. "FEDERAL BUILDING, OGDEN, UTAH" corner view including a few parked autos, black & white postcard from Graycraft, mailed there 1951 (forest fire prevention slogan cancel, 'COME TO / CHURCH' seal), minor corner wear, faint corner crease. This building housed the Post Office, Bureau of Public Roads & recruiting stations for the armed services. $2.50 u(o)p ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA. "MURRAY VIEWS No. 8. POST OFFICE, BENALLA, VIC." real photo post card, fairly fresh, unused. SALE IN PROGRESS vp
VIRGINIA. "3 U. S. 250 OVER SHENANDOAH MOUNTAIN NEAR MONTEREY, VIRGINIA" unused linen postcard from Marken & Bielfeld, near mint. The route made famous by the Old State Coach of 'Trotter' mail carrier days. $3.75 vp
VIRGINIA. "SHENANDOAH CAVERNS INN, SHENANDOAH CAVERNS, VIRGINIA" including a sign for the US Post Office there, linen post card from Marken & Bielfeld, writing on back, minor corner wear. $2.50 vp
VIRGINIA. WASH. & HINTON TR.5 APR 20 1917 R.P.O. clear on 1-c Washington franking post card from Clifton Forge Virginia to Columbus Ohio. "The New Post Office Building, Clifton Forge, Virginia" corner view in color is the image side, postcard with minor corner wear, corner crease into stamp. $7.00 vp-r
VIRGIN ISLANDS (US). "Post Office and Custom House, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands" unused linen post card. $2.25
VIRGIN ISLANDS (US). "ST THOMAS, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS. / Main Street St. Thomas. U.S. Post Office to the / left. Duty free shopping straight ahead." Chrome post card mailed 1972 at Charlotte Amalie, fairly fresh. $1.00
WEST VIRGINIA. "U. S. Post Office, Guaranty Bank & Trust Co., and Hotel Prichard at Night, Huntington, W. Va. / 7B-H1944" unused circa-1947 (from printer's code) linen-era postcard with good edges & fresh colors, very light thin strip of toning along one short back edge. $2.75 w(h)p*
WEST VIRGINIA. "U. S. Post Office, Main Street, New Martinsville, W. Va." postcard mailed there 1953 to Sue Garrison in Triadelphia West Virginia on a Girl Scout exchange, traces of cancel ink in the sky. $3.00 w(n)ps NEW / NOVA / ÚJ
WISCONSIN. "POST OFFICE, MILWAUKEE, WIS." post card mailed there 1951 to Mrs. Rebecca Sisson in North Lawrence Ohio, small faint bottom corner crease, trivial wear at the other bottom corner, traces of cancel ink in the front sky. $2.25 w(m)p NEW / NOVA / ÚJ
WISCONSIN. "U. S. POST OFFICE, MONROE, WIS.--11" unused linen-era postcard with writing on back, toning at all back corners & the 2 bottom front corners. Tiny specks of toning probably from the printing process itself. $1.75 w(m)p
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