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TREE POST CARDS
& FOREST POSTCARDS
ALBERI / Árbol / ÁRBOLES / ARBRES / Àrvule / BÄUME / BOOM
Crann / Drvo / Drzewo / Koks / Puu / STANDING TIMBER
Træ / Tre / Tré / WOODS / Yiri / Zuhaitz / ಮರ / Дерево / மரம்
Several more can be offered--please inquire!
"117 THE OLEANDER TREE / WITH ITS BEAUTIFUL BLOSSOMS IN THE SUNSHINE STATE, FLORIDA" unused linen postcard. $1.00
"2053 ROYAL PALMS AND PURPLE BOUGAINVILLEA / IN THE SUNSHINE STATE, FLORIDA" linen postcard mailed 1956, small corner crease. $1.00
"322 - Seven Palms and Mt. San Jacinto, near Palm Springs, Cal." unused sepia-tone AZO (triangles both ways) real photo post card, some oxidation in the dark areas, slight curl to the paper, tiny bottom corner crease, 2 tiny edge scrapes. $3.25 c(p)tdm
"336 PALISADES PARK, SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA" looking through palm trees towards the Pacific, unused linen post card in excellent condition, 2 short marks in the upper left front corner are printer's guides. $3.00 c(s)t
"3--'SURRENDER OAK.' Citronelle, Ala. Last surrender of the Civil War, included troops and munitions of / war of Ala., Miss. and East La. Lieut. Gen'l Richard Taylor to Maj. Gen'l Edward R. S. Canby on May 4, 1865. / PUBLISHED BY N. L. SEELEY" postcard mailed there MAR 26 1909 to Eugene Morrison in Butler Pennsylvania, album marks at the back corners, minor corner wear, very light toning on front. The oak was destroyed in a 1902 hurricane. Historians would dispute the word 'last' in the caption as 2 surrenders occurred latter. $7.00 a(c)cht
"405 Flamboyant Tree, Victoria Parade, Suva, Fiji / 8A-H1178" as it looked circa 1938, unused linen postcard with deckled edge as issued, small corner crease not into the image, slight scrape in the lower front border, very lightly toned back. $3.75 ft
"-43- Spring" sepia-tone real photo post card showing an orchard of fruit trees in bloom. Message on back from R. H. Hedrick, 29th & Faraon St., St. Joseph: "have been so busy since last Aug. that I have not had time to eat (all I want).' Trivial edge wear, uneven toning on back from album contact. $5.00 m(s)tga
"55 A TOUCH OF SCENERY ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF HAVANA, CUBA / 110623" showing palm trees beside a small stream, white-border era postcard, corner crease, corner & edge wear, mailed there 1926 to Pennsylvania. $3.50 ct ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
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"610--BANANA TREES IN PERSHING SQUARE / 'VICTORY SQUARE' LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA" showing an open-air branch of the public library, unused linen, soft corners. $3.00 (ct)
"619 A BEAUTIFUL PEPPER TREE DRIVE IN CALIFORNIA / EUCLID AVENUE, ONTARIO 6A-H2635" as it looked in 1936 with red peppers in abundance; unused linen post card from Western Publishing & Novelty, slight yellowing of the paper with age on back, minor wear at one corner. Shown left. $2.75 ct. Same postcard, a different printing, tape adherences at 3 front corners, one front corner damaged by tape removal, light toning along one short back edge. Shown right. $1.75 ct. Both for $4.00 ct.
"70 ROYAL POINCIANA TREE, FLORIDA" postcard mailed 1933, tiny spots on back. $1.50
"© WILLARD / PAM CANYON, NEAR PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA 1A-H201" including many fan palms, circa-1931 postcard with scalloped edges as issued, mailed 1937 (light RPO cancel) to Mrs. C. V. Beazell in Elyria Ohio by her niece Nellie, light spotty toning near the top front edge. $2.50 c(p)g(b)t NEW / NOUVEAU / NOU
"800 AN ARBOR OF BOUGANVILLEA, FLORIDA" post card mailed 1933, corner & edge wear, several small toning spots along right front border. $1.00
"826 COCOANUT TREES ALONG THE COAST OF FLORIDA" unused linen postcard with good color. $1.25
"828 A TREE LOADED WITH COCOANUTS IN FLORIDA" linen post card on grayish paper, toned back, corner wear & rounding. $1.00
"84 PICKING ORANGES, FLORIDA" postcard mailed 1933, soft corners, 1 / 2-inch tear at top center. $1.25
"844--RICHARDSON GROVE STATE PARK, CALIF. / Situated nine miles south of Garberville..." showing a redwood grove & building, unused chrome post card with fresh appearance. $1.00 ct
"AC-102 SUNRISE THROUGH CARIBBEAN PINES IN FLORIDA" post card mailed 1950 at Astor. $1.00
"AIX-LES-BAINS (Savoie). -- The Lamartine Chestnut trees" with signed art of Pierre Comba, unused carte postale, trivial corner & edge wear, back paper browning evenly with age (circa 1910). $6.00 fta
"A Peek through the trees, Prospect Park Brooklyn, N.Y." black & white post card mailed there 1908, scraped area on front, slight browning of the paper with age. $2.00 nt
"A ROW OF ROYAL PALMS, FLORIDA" postcard mailed 1933, corner crease, toned spot on back. $1.50
"Arthur, Nebr. The Hay Bale Town. / The cotonwood(sic) trees and bleached / buildings of Arthurs(sic) Main Street give / the town the feeling of an oasis in the desert." with gorgeous reproduced art attributed to Edwin Fulwider, post card mailed there 1958. $2.50 nta%
"Aspens' ivory columns / near Taos, New Mexico" home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962. $1.50
"A typical Connecticut scene of the flowering Pink and White dogwood Trees in full bloom. Nationally acclaimed..." with a church spire in the distance, unused chrome from Dexter Press, excellent condition. $1.00 ct. Same post card, but round corners as issued. $1.00 ct.
"AVENIDA ROOSEVELT, BALBOA, ZONA DEL CANAL / ROOSEVELT AVENUE, BALBOA, CANAL ZONE / 4B-H292" as it looked in 1944, with well-matched trees lining it; unused linen post card from I. L. Maduro booklet, a little roughness where separated & a tiny ding in the opposite edge, otherwise fairly fresh. $1.75 crt
"Avenue of magnificent Royal Palms, typical of / the many beautiful thorofares " postcard mailed 1977, minor corner wear & rounding. $0.75 Mailed 1983, edge wear. $0.75
"Banana Grove, Woombye, North Coast Line, S.Q." black & white postcard issued for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915, writing on back, mild corner wear. In 1913, some 7,400 acres had similar plantings in Queensland. $5.50 qeta*
"Beautiful Azalea Garden and Palms in Florida" linen postcard with good color, mailed 1964. $1.25
"BIRCH GROVE, LAKE MARANACOOK, ME" sepia-tone real photo postcard, mailed there circa 1926, slight oxidation, soft corners. $8.00
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"Blossom Time, Hemet, Calif." looking up at several trees, DOPS real photo post card with writing on back, fresh appearance. $3.00 ct
"Blühender Flügelfruchtstrauch, SWA/Namibia / Bosdoring / Phaeoptilum spinosum" showing a flowering tree in a rocky landscape, unused continental postcard, copyrighted, fairly fresh. $1.00 st
"Buell's / MOTEL / GREENSBURG, INDIANA" unused linen postcard, tiny bottom corner crease, linear mark into the back bottom edge may erase. Part of back text advertising: 'See The World's Eight Wonder - The Tree On Court House Tower'. Offered elsewhere as high as $8.00, be we only need: $3.50. i(g)mt
"Cabin Among The Birches At Vermilion / Beach Resort. Tower, Minn. " caption ends with number that is hard to read, unused DOPS real photo postcard with good contrast & focus, small yellowish spot at one front corner, noticeable wear to another. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 mt
"CABIN MARIPOSA GROVE" in Yellowstone National Park, sepia-tone Azo (triangles up & down) real photo postcard, unmailed, some pencil writing on back might not erase well. The photographer (not credited) did a fine job of conveying the feeling for what it is like to be there among the giants. $6.00 yt
"Cedar Tree / 69 Feet in / Circumference / Near Seattle / Washington" color post card in vertical format, mailed 1908 but stamp removed, back paper browning with age, 3 corner creased, corner & edge wear. $2.50 w(s)t
"Cherry of Sakurababa Omura near Nagasaki." followed by caption in Japanese, circa 1908 hand-colored (and, hence, unique) carte postale, back commentary supplies detail about the surroundings of the scene that is shown. $7.00 tj!
"Collection 'ASPECTS DU PAYSAGE' (2e série) / 6. Bernard Descamps El Goléa, Sahara (1983)" showing an S-shaped palm tree in a central Algerian desert grove; unused continental real photo post card from Editions Admira, minor wear at 2 corners. $1.25 adpt ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"CYPRESS TREE / Monterey Peninsula, Carmel, Calif." showing it lit by moonlight in a Gerald French photo, unused continental postcard from Smith Novelty Co. $1.00 pt
"Cypress Trees and Knees / In Florida Cypress Gardens" unused circa 1939 linen post card, tiny bottom corner crease with wear, small light smudge near the stamp box. Shown left. $1.50 f(c)t. Same except a different printing without the corner crease, pencil writing in stamp box should erase. Shown right. $1.75 f(c)t
"Cypress Trees of 17 Mile Drive" unused color postcard in vertical format, signed William Adam art, copyrighted by Palace Drug Company, back paper starting to brown evenly with age. $2.75 at
"D314-A MAGNIFICENT ROYAL PONICIANA(sic) TREE / IN BLOOM, / FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA // © R. E. Simpson" poinciana misspelled in the caption, unused linen postcard in excellent condition. $2.25 f(f)t NEW / NOUVEAU / NOU
"D. C. 141--Avenue of Australian Pines / and Hibiscus in Florida" linen postcard mailed from Miami Beach Florida to Mr. & Mrs. Lester Martz in Washington D. C., cancel ink in the front sky, minor wear at one upper corner mostly shows on back. $1.50 f(u)t NEW / NOUVEAU / NOU
"Djibouti" unused continental multiview post card with 6 forest scenes from Forêt du Day, near mint. $1.50 dt
"DOGWOOD TIME on Greenfield Hill, Fairfield, Con- / necticut" including a church steeple in the distance, unused chrome post card in excellent condition. $1.25 ct%
"ECUADOR" map on 1889 advertising card of Arbuckle Bros. Coffee Co. Depicts tapping of India rubber trees & the volcano Mt. Cotopaxi. $3.75 eamt
"Enjoying a Spanish Dinner Under the Pepper Tree / at Casa Verdugo, Cal." including a waiter & guests seated at 3 tables outdoors, post card made in Germany circa 1910, Newman published (their number 5342 on back), faint album impressions at the corners, one album corner mark noticeable on front, back paper browning evenly with age. Casa Verdugo was a restaurant near the mission, and patrons would use the Pacific Electric Railway to get there. Hard to find. $10.00 c(s)t
TOWER (SAINT LOUIS COUNTY). "First Growth White and Norway Pines / Sou. End Isle of Pines IDLEWILDE / Lake Vermilion - Tower, Minnesota / 4-10-27" sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed 1936 at Minneapolis, small corner crease, front toned in several places, two large spots of toning on the back. $2.00 mt ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"Florida's Beautiful Royal Poinciana Tree" postcard mailed 1968, 3CC. $0.50
"Florida's Jacaranda Trees in Bloom" unused chrome post card post card with fresh appearance. $1.00
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"Forest nursery at / Watersmeet, Mich" including 4 workers, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1963 at Bessemer. $2.00 m(w)t
"G207:-A PERFECT HIGHWAY TRAVERSES CALIFORNIA'S REDWOOD EMPIRE. REDWOOD GIANTS ALONG THE HIGHWAY. / ©CALIFORNIANS INC." linen postcard mailed 1950 at Eureka California, minor wear at 3 corners. $1.75 tc(n)
"G515 OLEANDERS IN FULL BLOOM IN THE SUNSHINE STATE, FLORIDA" unused linen post card with fresh appearance. $1.00
"Garden of Gethsemane, oldest olive tree / Garten Gethsemane, ältester Oelbaum - Oliver de Gethsémané" sepia-tone from Fr. Vester & Co., No. 67, unused post card with light toning on back. $2.75 pg
"Giant Banyan Tree in Tropical Florida" linen postcard mailed 1958. $1.00 (ft)%
"Greetings from CALIFORNIA / 304:-SANTA ROSA AVENUE 'A MILE OF CHRISTMAS TREES' PASADENA, CALIF." Also showing a Star of David, unused postcard with much pertinent information on back. $2.25 (c(p)t)
"H - 233 Outrigger Canoe - Hawaiian Islands" amidst several palm trees, sepia-tone Ekc real photo post card with good composition & contrast, a little writing on back, tiny pinhole in top center border. $12.00 hs(c)t
"Happy Arbor Day!" unused continental post card publicizing the Arbor Day Festival at the Dawes Arboretum in 2005, trees photographed by Chance Brockway Jr., near mint. $2.00 ot
"Harvesting Oranges in Florida" unused linen postcard. $2.00
"Hello Kid this is for your post card album. I got it off a birch tree. How do you like it? Your Bad Brother." Home-made (and, hence, unique) birch-bark post card mailed APR 20 1908 from Hancock NY to Miss Hellen Howe in Herrick Centre PA, vertical crease near center, some separations along the grain as are common with these. $8.00 t
"Hellow - Thought I would like some birch bark. Coming back Saturday. Be good. So Long J. K." home-made (and, hence, unique) birch-bark postcard mailed APR 24 1915 from Bradford PA to Clint Liter in Findlay Ohio, slight curl & short separations along the grain as are common with these. $10.00 t
=> Special: Both of the above birch bark postcards for $16.75 t <=
"Hyde Park and East End Tornado, Sunday, March 11, 1917, Cin., O." showing trees down before & upon a house, black & white postcard from Geo. W. Harriman, light toning on back, light toning on front, minor wear one edge. $7.50 od. Similar except minor corner wear & rounding. Cincinnati Ohio. $7.00 od
"HSC-F22 / Stately Royal Palm trees along a typical Florida avenue" chrome post card with writing on back. $1.00
"Indiana / Fall Color Guide / WHAT A LOUSY / TIME OF YEAR / TO BE AN / EVERGREEN." fold-out brochure with interesting but simple map & information (types of trees in what areas, local festivals, etc.) Paper separation at some of the folds. $1.00 mt
"Joshua Cactus Trees in Red Rock Canyon, California 7156" linen post card mailed 1940 from Los Angeles, 2 small spots of light toning in front borders. $1.50 c(r)td
"L -15 - Liban - Les Cèdres" showing cedars in Lebanon, sepia-tone real photo postcard, Edition Gulef, unused & beautiful. $4.25
"Liban - Les Cèdres" showing cedars in Lebanon, unused real photo post card from Photo Sport, fresh appearance. $2.50
"LIMBER PINE TREE / Grand Teton National Park, Wyo." unused continental post card distributed by George Mc Cammpany, numbered 110729 in stamp box, uneven edges as issued. $1.00 wt
"LIVE OAKS DRAPED WITH SPANISH MOSS, IN BEAUTIFUL FLORIDA--F85" unused linen post card with fresh color. $1.25
"Logan Elm, / Near Circleville, Ohio. / ... / Message of Logan, / the Mingo Chief, to the White Men, / Delivered / under this tree in 1774 / ..." continues quoting the speech in full; postcard printed in Germany (n. N. 1835/1), mailed at Circleville circa 1910 to Mr. Don Eli in Galion Ohio, lightly toned both sides, trivial corner wear. This historic tree succumbed to Dutch Elm Disease & storm damage in 1964. The quotation is thought to be the most famous speech ever uttered by a Native American. Hard to find! $7.50 o(c)i(m)th NEW / NOUVEAU / NOU
"LONESOME PINE / M. T. C. NEWTON HAMILTON, PA." black & white post card in vertical format, mailed there 1954, corner crease not into image, light cancel ink at one front corner. $1.75 p(n)t
"M-140 ROYAL PALMS, FLORIDA" unused linen postcard with good color. $1.25
"M555:-CHERRY BLOSSOMS, TIDAL BASIN BRIDGE, WASHINGTON, D. C. / 40823" showing the trees given by the Japanese Government, planted to line Riverside Drive; copyrighted linen post card, visitor's name on back (Charles La Pointe of Keene New Hampshire), unimportant small smudge on back. $2.00 dt
"Monarch or Tunnel Tree / Discovered 1919, Length about 300 ft. / 8 ft. diameter - age 3000 years / Buried six million years. / Petrified Redwood Forest / 11 miles from Santa Rosa / 5 miles from Calistoga" including a man with shovel for scale, unused Kodak real photo postcard, light toning on back, good edges. $4.00 c(c)t
"M. O. P. No 30 / MADEIRA. / Bananeiras. // Registado" showing a grove of banana trees with fruit, postcard with undivided back, mailed from Madeira with Funchal 20-réis King stamp (indistinctly canceled) to Ohio, small corner crease not into image, mild edge wear. $5.00 mta
"Motoring Thru Palm Bordered / Orange Groves In Tropical Florida" mailed linen post card with one badly creased corner. $0.75
"Muir Woods" showing a lady in a grove of redwood trees, unused post card, fairly fresh. $1.00 ct
"MUIR WOODS / California" showing redwoods, unused chrome postcard published by Muir Woods Inn, fresh appearance. $1.00 ct
"NEISSE Partie im Stadtpark / R. Sponer, Neisse. 1903." showing paths crossing in the woods of the Polish state park, postcard with undivided back published by Carl Dittmar (Breslau), writing on front, long horizontal internal crease. Neisse is also known as Nysa Luzycka. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 pt
"No. 17 ON 6th AND WASHINGTON THE NIGHT OF THE STORM, LORAIN, OHIO" black & white postcard showing the aftermath of the 1924 tornado on a house & 2 large close-by trees, unused, published by Hamm, light toning both sides, trivial wear at one corner. $6.50 o(l)td NEW / NOUVEAU / NOU
"No. 234. Palm Trees, Syria" black & white, unused post card, album adherences on back. $1.25 (st)
"Oak Tree coming through rock, Waterbury, Conn." color postcard in vertical format, made in Germany, mailed there, writing on back hard to read, mild corner wear. $3.00 ct
"'Oh! You Elm Tree' / Catholic Summer School, Cliff Haven, N. Y. / 25205" color from undisclosed publisher, unused, minor wear on one corner, faint toning on back from album. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 ntc
"Old Monterey Cypress" unused color post card, faint corner crease, another more evident but small, copyrighted by Palace Drug Company, back paper starting to brown evenly with age. $2.25 at
"OLD WILLOWS AND WELL. GRAND PRÉ, N. S." unused sepia-tone Azo real photo (squares at corners) post card, yellowish paper, small bend at one corner. In Nova Scotia. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 nt
"One of the Largest and Oldest Oak Trees in Florida" unused Curteich linen postcard. $1.25 (fst)
"On the way to Cape Alava through / a dense Olympic rain forest / Washington" showing 2 hikers, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1956 from Clallam Bay Wash., small upper corner crease, slight curl to the paper. The Quinault Rainforest is known for record-size trees. $2.00 w(q)t
"Orange Harvest Time in Florida" unused linen post card. $2.00
"PA0GAM / ST2" Sudanese QSL postcard used 1989 by operator Geert Heemstra, excellent condition. View in monochromatic yellow-green on front shows baobab tree near El Obeid. The operator was a long-time force in the Dutch Amateur Radio Society. (2 available) $4.00 each. st
"Palms and Lilies in the Park at Long Beach, Cal." post card with undivided back, fairly fresh overall, minor corner wear & rounding, trivial wear to the top edge, Reider published (their No. 689), light back toning caused by the publishing process itself. $5.00 c(l)t
"Palm trees take on a special kind of beauty in a / spectacular Florida sunrise " postcard mailed 1979, creased badly. $0.50
"PAKENHAM OAKS, CHALMETTE, NEAR NEW ORLEANS, LA.--83" Unused linen postcard, fairly fresh, minor edge wear. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 l(c)t
"PICKING ORANGES IN SUNNY FLORIDA." Unused linen post card with soiled back. $1.00
"PLANTATION OAK Jekyll Island, Georgia / Largest and oldest tree on Jeckyll(sic) Island" chrome postcard mailed circa 1977. $1.00 gt
"Poinciana Regia., Hope Gardens, Jamaica. The Flamboyante, covered with Old Man's Beard lichen" unused postcard from Aston W. Gardner & Company, one corner with trivial wear, light toning near one back corner. $4.75 jgt
"RAINIER NATIONAL PARK / T-28 BIG DOUGLAS FIRS 1098-29" unused white-border era post card in vertical format, one corner with noticeable wear & a tiny crease, otherwise fresh. $2.50 w(r)t
"Raoul Dufy: The Palm. 1923. Watercolor / ..." printed in Germany for The Museum of Modern Art, post card mailed 1955 at Mac Mahan Maine, a little extraneous writing on the back, two tiny ink spots at very edge of wide right front border. $1.25 at
"ROYAL ARCH OAK, FLORIDA" white-border era post card mailed 1930, a little corner & edge wear, partial cancel on front. $1.25
"Royal Palms, Botanical Gardens, Suva, Fiji" black & white, unused 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 ft
"Royal Palms, Porto Rico / Waldrop Photo Co., / San Juan, P. R." color on post card with undivided back from United Art Publishing, unused. Dark color at lower right edge is misregistered grass from printing process, which was at a slight tilt that would otherwise not be perceived. 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 pt
"Royal Poinciana Tree Amidst Majestic Royal Palms, Florida" linen postcard mailed 1949, soft corners. $1.00
"ROYAL POINCIANA TREE IN FLORIDA" post card mailed 1952, round corners as issued. $1.00
"RUBBER TAPPING, CEYLON." showing several workers extracting sap from the trees, unused real photo postcard of British manufacture, good edges. 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 cpt
"S-11C Date Gardens of the Coachella Valley" unused linen postcard, very light fingerprint smudge on back, otherwise excellent condition. The date palms shown were imported some 20 years earlier. $2.50 c(c)ta
"Sea coconut of Seycheles(sic) / Islands, the largest tree fruit" showing a native gathering it; home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 from Rillton Pennsylvania, two short internal creases are hand to detect from the front. $1.75 st NEW / NOUVEAU / NOU
"Second or third-growth timber now / stands on the battlefield of / Chickamauga..." showing woods with well-spaced trees, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1962 from Joppa Maryland, minor wear at one corner & small edge ding at top. $1.75 mct
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"S. HIGGINS LAKE STATE PARK, MI." attractive chrome postcard showing a clump of birch trees in autumn, mailed 1978. $1.00 mt
"Silk Cotton Tree, Nassau, Bahamas" unused post card, slight browning of the paper with age, corner crease misses image. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 bt
"SILK COTTON TREES, BARBADOS" including two women for scale, color postcard from W. L. Johnson & Company, circa 1915, corner wear & rounding, 2 corner creases, a little extraneous writing on back, small ink smear on back. $2.50 bt*
"Site Pittoresques de Franche-Compté. / 1279. - Forêt de la Joux. - Maison Forestière de Chevreuil." sepia-tone post card with green back, very late usage at Denney Kentucky, one uneven edge (from booklet separation). The forest is known for its beautiful & large pine trees. $2.50 f(f)t
"Sitting Soft in Dixieland" showing a smiling black youngster seated on a pile of cotton out in a field; on back of another image "Live Oak Trees Draped with Spanish Moss / SOUTHERN REGION--U.-S. FOREST SERVICE PHOTO"; no postcard back. $1.00 bt
"SMOKE TREES ON THE DESERT" of the Coachella Valley in California, early chrome post card from Petley, writing on back, small pinhole. $0.75
"Spruce Log at Palmer / Park, / Detroit, Mich." with 3 people near it for scale, unused circa 1912 postcard, tiny light spot in message area, minor edge wear. Offered from $8.00 to $12.50 elsewhere, but we need only $5.00 m(d)t
"SPRUCE LOG, PALMER PARK, DETROIT, MICH." with many people nearby for scale, unused post card from an undisclosed publisher, numbered 19320 on back which also gives some information about the park, one bottom corner creased twice, minor wear to 2 other corners, a little toning on back from album contact. $3.00 m(d)t
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"SWEET MEAT VENDORS / Under the shade of a Flamboyant
Tree..." unused chrome post card, interesting. 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 fpt
T & G AVIATION. Unused regular-size postcard in color showing its Douglas DC-7 (N98002) while on contract to the US Forestry Service at Chandler Arizona November 1984, near mint. $7.50 a(p)ta
"Talcott Park. Rockville, Conn. / Published by F. A. Randall, Rockville, Conn." undivided back postcard mailed SEP 16 1909 at Worcester Massachusetts, lower corner crease not into the image, minor corner & edge wear, unevenly toned back. Surprisingly hard to find. $8.00 c(r)t
"The Barrowdale Birches--near Keswick" in England, color postcard, circa 1908 card but very late usage in the United States. $3.00
"The famous gardens of Charleston SC. / Cypress and azaleas at Cypress / Gardens." with art attributed to 'Char. McCallum' on back but signed 'HALSEY' on front, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1960 from Piedmont Wyoming, minor corner & edge wear not into the image. Art of this quality deserves correct attribution. So we looked into it, and the handwritten caption should read Corrie McCallum, an impressionistic watercolorist who married William Halsey, & who taught at the College of Charleston. $3.00 s(c)a(m)gt
"The Florida coconut tree Color by Larry Witt" continental post card mailed 1980, scalloped edges as issued, minor corner & edge wear. $0.75
"The Man of the Woods, / Cedar Point, Ohio." color postcard in vertical format, made in Germany, published by Alexander Mfg. Co., numbered C9391 on back, mailed 1910, toned back, a little cancel ink in the sky, mild corner & edge wear, toning at edges of upper front left corner. $6.00 o(c)t
"The maples at a sequestered temple backward(sic) / Buddhist Temple Kiyomidzu-dera Kyoto" backward for backyard, black & white post card, corner crease, long crease, very late usage in the United States, minor corner wear & rounding. $1.50 jt
"THE OAKS / Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina / From a water colour by Eliot O'Hara" signed art, unused lithograph postcard in color, tiny spot of light toning near upper back edge. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 ast
"The Pakenham Oaks, New Orleans, La." Unused linen postcard, fairly fresh. $1.75 lt
"The Pines 545 / MLPhoto" real photo postcard published by C. R. Childs in Chicago, mailed from Oregon Illinois 8-27-25, damaged 1-c postage due stamp applied at Delaware Ohio, lightly toned back, slight curl to the paper (no problem in an album). $4.00 t NEW / NOUVEAU / NOU
"THE POINCIANA is recognized as one of the most / beautiful trees in the world " unused continental post card from the Hawaiian Series, fresh appearance, trivial upper corner wear. $0.75 h
"'The Whispering Oak' Eaton, Ohio / Painting by Delano P. Foote " well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1958 from West Elkton. $2.00
"TREE FERNS ON VOLCANO ROAD, HAWAII" white-border era post card, neatly separated from a booklet, unused, published by Maehara, one uneven edge (from booklet separation), fresh both sides. $2.00 ht
TUCK POSTCARD 1532 (PICTURESQUE ENGLAND). "OLD OAKS ON WICKHAM COMMON, KENT" after the original painting by S. Johnson; Oilette postcard with light album impressions at the corners, light toning on both sides of one lower corner, good edges. $5.50 tta(j)e(w) NEW / NOUVEAU / NY
"TUNG TREES IN BLOOM, MISSISSIPPI // MISSISSIPPI / THE MAGNOLIA STATE" with an inset showing the flowers close-up, unused linen post card, small corner crease hard to notice from the front. Tung oil is refined in quantity in this county. $2.75 m(p)t
Uncaptioned scene with signed A. Walton art showing apple trees in blossom beside a small lake with rowboats, numbered 844 on back, very late usage at Moosup Connecticut. $1.50 at
UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE. Unused continental Ilford real photo postcard showing its Curtiss C-46 (N155Z) parked, undisclosed publisher, well composed with good focus & contrast, near mint condition. Rare. $7.50 a(p)t
UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE / USFS. Unused continental Ilford real photo post card showing its Douglas DC-4 parked, well composed with exemplary focus & contrast, aircraft type neatly written on back, otherwise excellent condition. We have also seen this airplane typed a Douglas DC-3. Rare. $5.00 a(p)t
"UPSON PHOTOGRAPH COPYRIGHT 1929 / OGLEBAY PARK WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA MANSION ENTRANCE AND LAWN" sepia-tone postcard with Arbor Day overprint in green, 2-cent Arbor Day stamp neatly cancelled on front, sent to a local address. Nice. $5.00 w(w)t
"Vinterbild från Humlegården Stockholm" showing deep snow on evergreen trees & a man in the foreground for scale, color Postkarte with undivided back, mailed circa 1906 in the US. mild corner wear & rounding. $6.00 swt
"Vista del Rio Camuy, Camuy, Puerto Rico" with many palm trees by the water's edge, colorful linen post card mailed 1960 from San Antonio, trivial corner wear. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg (311,276 jpg) or .tif format. $1.75 pt
"Walk Leading to Lost Lake, Pitman, N. J." showing a tree-lined path, post card mailed AUG 10 1909 (gorgeous strike of PHILA. & MILLVILLE R.P.O. RMS hand cancel) to Mr. Charles Devlin in Point Marion Pennsylvania, minor corner & edge wear, very light toning on back. $3.25 n(p)t-r NEW / NOUVEAU / NOU
Wanted to buy--post cards showing the Banyan Tree restaurant (corner Lakeview Drive & South Olive Avenue in West Palm Beach Florida) and / or the adjacent banyan tree after which it was named. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! *c
"Whispering Palms on the Florida Coast / Color Photograph by H. W. Hannau" unused chrome postcard with deep colors. $1.00
"Willow on the breakwater. / This is a glorious place..." sepia-tone real photo postcard captioned by hand, mailed at Cedar Grove Maine in 1908. $8.50 m(c)t*
"WORLD FAMOUS TREE HOUSE, TREE HOUSE PARK, REDWOOD HIGHWAY, CALIFORNIA 851 / 9A-H2570" featured by Robert Ripley as the 'tallest one-room house in the world', unused circa-1939 linen postcard in excellent condition. In modern terminology this attraction is on the Avenue of the Giants in Humboldt Redwoods State Park. $2.25 c(r)c(h)ts NEW / NOUVEAU / NOU
"Yellow maples near Keene / Valley, Adirondack Mountains, / N. Y." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1956 from Paradox, tiny corner bump, small scrape at top front center separates the paper. $1.75 n(k)t ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK. / 303. MARIPOSA GROVE OF BIG TREES." including a cabin in use, white-border era post card mailed there 1922, 1 / 5" tear at top that closes well, 2 corner creases (one badly), as is. $1.25 cyt%
FLORIDA TROPICAL TREES
Lot of 23 Florida postcards depicting various tropical trees that grow there-- many palms, mangos, oak, poinciana, etc. Good variety & colorful. Ideal for decorating. Wholesale priced at only $9.00 for all. ftw
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