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SERIES II. "THE GUARDS' CHAPEL. THE GREAT WAR MEMORIAL." showing the doors made in the Lord Roberts workshops, unused sepia-tone Tuck photogravure post card, minor corner rounding, back paper browning with age. The war was, of course, World War I. For some reason an uncommon card. $5.00 wt
SERIES 2. "ON AN IRRIGATION CANAL. CAIRO." art including a man, a woman & a sheep; unused Egyptian Gazette Tuck Oilette post card (Series No. 2), minor toning on back, trivial corner wear. The Gazette is the oldest English-language newspaper in the Mideast. Seldom offered. $10.00 nte
SERIES 2. "THE PYRAMIDS OF GHIZEH, CAIRO" unused Egyptian Gazette Oilette postcard (Series No. 2) published by Tuck, minor wear on upper edge & lower left front corner, light toning near 2 back edges. The Gazette is the oldest English-language newspaper in the Mideast. Seldom offered. $9.50 nte
SERIES 3. "WATER CARRIERS ... NEAR CAIRO" showing 4 women balancing large buckets on their heads, unused Egyptian Gazette Oilette post card (series No. 3) from Tuck, printed in England, tiny paper separation at one upper corner, otherwise fairly fresh. The third word in the caption is very hard to read. $10.00 nte
SERIES 8. "Lots ob good things / Christmas time, / Christmas turkey / an' Christmas wine, / Punkin, mine an' / apple pie--" showing a black butler bearing a tray full of food & more poetry, Tuck Leatherette Post Card Series No. 8, printed in Saxony, mailed 1911 in Michigan, minor corner & edge wear, couple inconsequential tiny ink smears in address. The light-color curve from the turkey & down towards the left edge is either an artistic representation of the food dripping as he is moving forward or a very light scrape that leaves color on the card. $10.00 bctfp%
SERIES 9. "La Republique" Tuck Educational Series of Post Cards No. 9 'Aviation', extensive writing over back in English, bottom corners noticeably worn, small lower corner crease. This short lived (1908 - 1909) semi-rigid airship was built for the French Government by Lebaudy Brothers. $18.50 zt
SERIES 11 (FLORAL MISSIVES). "With / Valentine Greetings." extensively embossed girl riding in a floral boat, Brundage art(?), post card printed in Saxony, tiny nicks in edge, album marks on front corners, mailed 1909 in Ohio, light toning & a few tiny speckles of cancel ink on front. $7.00 tgv
SERIES 43. "A Merry / Christmas / to you" art in vertical format portrays a woman gathering at the shore, small children in the background & a sprig of violets; Tuck Christmas Post Card Series No. 43, chromographed in Bavaria, mailed 1911, tiny crease hard to see in the embossed border, cancel ink on front. $1.50 ct
SERIES 102 (CHRISTMAS POST CARDS). "A Peaceful Christmas" with embossed holly & wise men, Tuck postcard mailed 1908, toned back, small corner crease. $4.00 With embossed holly & shepherd & sheep, 2 corner creases. $3.75
SERIES 103 (VALENTINE POSTCARDS). "Valentine Greetings / Git a move on - - git a move on. / Dark clouds am passin' by." showing 5 black men in overcoats & slouch hats, each carrying a bag; Tuck postcard from their Series 103, mailed 1907 in Washington State, 2 corner creases--one small, one tiny; small numeral written in upper left front corner may erase. We are told this is unsigned Frances Brundage art. In any event, one of the strangest Valentine postcards we have ever seen. $30.00 bvt*
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SERIES 105. 4 DIFFERENT TUCK "BIRTHDAY" GREAT ART (BRUNDAGE?) Three mailed 1908-1910, Other Pencil writing on back. Two Have Corner Creases, Rest Just Minor corner & edge wear. Themes: Children, Doves in Heart, & Flower Baskets with Birds (2). All 4 for $13.50.
SÉRIE 105 (MONT-BLANC). No. 14 "ASCENSION du MONT-BLANC OBSERVATOIRE et REFUGE VALLOT" including the cabin built by Joseph Vallot near the mountain's summit for meteorological & scientific study at the end of the 19th century; unused Tuck Oilette postcard, minor corner wear. The observatory shown later fell. $6.00 tmm
SÉRIE 109. "PARIS. JARDIN DU LUXEMBOURG" unused Tuck Oilette post card (Série 109 No 62, Collection 'Villes de France'), minor corner rounding, otherwise fairly fresh. $4.75 gf(p)t
SERIES 109 INDEPENDENCE DAY. 9 different Tuck postcards with great Brundage art, 3 mailed 1908-1912; one writing on back, rest unused. One with Small Tape Repair on Back (shown fight), four with considerable corner wear & rounding (shown left), another with small corner crease. Rest with Minor corner & edge wear. $75.00 postpaid & insured to a U.S. address
SERIES 111. "EASTER GREETINGS" an embossed "EASTER POST CARDS". While the marvelous art is not signed or attributed, it is a Brundage. (The Lowe reference lists many Tucks which he did in this timeframe.) Mailed Grand Rapids, Michigan 1908. Small and inconspicuous corner crease at upper right. Overall, an attractive card that could be framed. $4.00
SERIES 111. 4 different Tuck postcards from the "EASTER" Series. Great art probably Brundage. All Mailed 1908-1912, 3 small corner creases, two with light toning on back, all with minor corner & edge wear. $20.00
SERIES 111 (VUES DE PARIS). Card No. 74, Collection Villes de France, "LE ARC DE TRIOMPHE" Unused Tuck postcard with a small corner crease. $5.00
SERIES 123. "Thanksgiving Day" embossed unsigned R. T. Wealthy art showing a parade of turkeys (toms & hens) coming toward the viewer down a dirt path, from Tuck series 123, mild corner & edge wear, mailed 1909 in Pennsylvania, toning from cancel ink in upper front. $2.75 tt(s)a. Same post card but mailed 1908, minor corner & edge wear, some cancel ink on front. $2.75 tt(s)pa
SERIES 134 RELIGIOUS TEXT. "The Lord reigneth: / let the earth rejoice / Psalm 9,1" embossed floral design, message printed on back is CHRISTMAS GREETINGS AND ALL GOOD WISHES, Tuck postcard mailed 1908 in Iowa, corner crease, edge wear. $4.25 t*
SERIES 136. "Best Christmas Wishes" angel near tree with three young children playing, embossed postcard from Tuck series No. 136, mailed in the United States circa 1908, much edge wear with 1 corner chipped away. $1.25 at
SERIES 139 (NEW YEAR POST CARDS). Embossed horseshoe, champaign bottle, shamrocks & pink flowers, Tuck postcard mailed circa 1910, stamp badly damaged, noticeable corner wear, faint corner crease. $4.00 nt
SERIES 159. "BETSY ROSS MAKING THE / FIRST AMERICAN FLAG 1776" art within a firecracker border, all intricately embossed; small bottom corner crease, toned back with pencil writing, noticeable corner rounding, from Tuck's Independence Day Series of Post Cards No. 159. $3.75 hffft%
SERIES 159 (INDEPENDENCE DAY). "MINUTE MEN / AMERICAN REVOLUTION" extensively embossed Tuck postcard with art showing several soldiers within a large firecracker border, printed in Saxony, unused, a small piece of one corner is gone, other corners with noticeable wear. $5.00 tf
SERIES 160. "Hallowe'en" elaborately embossed art depicting a witch about to stir her cauldron, 2 devils & 3 pumpkin/squash creatures seated at a table behind her, black cat in the foreground; from the Tuck & Sons Post Cards Series No. 160, mailed circa 1909 at Unionville Center, minor edge wear, 1/6" tear at bottom closes well, roughly 15 tiny spots of color missing from the higher embossed areas due to abrasion. 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 ht(s)d
SERIES 169. Wanted to buy--postcards from Tuck patriotic Series 169. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! *c
SERIE E WAR EINMAL NO. 241B VERGESSEN. "In der Baumen rauscht ein weches Klagen / Durch die öden Hallen streift das Leid, ..." with 3 more lines of German poetry on the back, unused Tuck Oilette Postkarte, small upper corner crease, mild edge wear. $5.00 tpo
SERIES 254B (AUS DEM SCHWARZWALD II). "Plauderstündchen" with 2 women having a cozy chat inside a Bavarian home, unused Tuck Oilette Postkarte with J. A. Heyermans art, light fingerprint toning on back, mild corner & edge wear. $7.50 tbia
SERIES 500 (HOLLY LEAVES & BERRIES). "A / Merry Christmas" embossed post card mailed 1909 without postage at Hartford Connecticut, 1910 Creston Ohio auxiliary marking 'This is the mail for which / you sent stamps' in violet, mild corner wear & rounding, short thin linear scrape on front, lightly toned both sides. Part of the bottom border was inadvertently cropped in the scanning process but it is there. $2.25 tc-o
SERIES 500 (HOLLY LEAVES & BERRIES). "A / Merry Christmas" embossed postcard mailed 1909 by C. M. Beers in Jamaica New York to Mrs. Charles Wilkinson at Oyster Bay Long Island, a lot of wear at one bottom corner, other edge wear is minor, some cancel ink shows at the upper left front, several tiny surface abrasions show in the leaves. $1.75 tc
SERIES 500 (HOLLY LEAVES & BERRIES). "Wishing You / A Merry Christmas" with embossed art from Tucks Holly Leaves & Berries Series of Christmas Post Cards No. 500, mailed 1909 to Mrs. Agnes Stewart of Reynoldsburg Ohio, minor corner & edge wear, some light cancel ink on front. $2.25 ct
SERIES 500B. "LENKBARES LUFTSCHIFF des GRAFEN ZEPPLIN(sic) bei nacht" unused Tuck Oilette Postkarte (Serie No. 500 B Luftschiffe) with signed Hans Stövhase art, lightly toned back mild corner & edge wear. Title translates 'Guidable airship of the Count Zeppelin at night'. Hard to find! $25.00 za(s)t
SERIES 500B. HANS STÖVHASE. "LUFTSCHIFF im SCHNEESTURM" with signed Hans Stövhase art showing a zeppelin flying in a snowstorm, unused Tuck Serie 500B Oilette Postkarte with minor corner & edge wear, small light spot of toning near the upper back edge. Difficult subject matter for any artist. $25.00 za(s)tw
SERIES 502 (CHRISTMAS TEXT). Joy attend you, Peace divine / On your household fall, / Heavenly blessing freely given, By the Lord of all." embossed Tuck postcard printed in Saxony, minor corner & edge wear, hint of cancel ink on front. Poetry attributed to Gertrude de Moore. $4.00 tcp
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SERIES 509 (WINTER GLORIES). "A Merry Christmas" embossed Tuck post card mailed 1910 at Punxsutawney Pennsylvania (stamp removed), noticeable corner & edge wear, internal crease. Shown left. $1.25 tc. Same series & caption, mailed 1911 at Mansfield Ohio, minor corner & edge wear. Shown right. $2.50 tc
SERIES 516. "Keep your face / always / towards the / sunshine, and / the shadows / will fall / behind you. / M. B. Whitman // A Merry / Christmas" from The Poinsettia Series of Tuck Christmas Post Cards, mailed circa 1909 in the United States, noticeable corner & edge wear, some cancel ink on front. $1.75 tc
SERIES 517. "Christmas Greetings. / Sing, oh, sing this blessed Morn; / Unto us a CHILD is born, / Unto us a Son is given, / GOD Himself comes down from Heaven; / Sing, oh, sing, this blessed Morn, / JESUS Christ to-day is born." with an embossed art frame, postcard from Tuck's Christmas Hymns Series No. 517, mailed 1911 with the Red Cross Christmas seal in the message area, heavily & unevenly toned back, minor corner & edge wear. $1.50 ct
SERIES 523 POINSETTIA SCROLLS. "Yule-tide Memories / Old memories come back to me, / Old tunes my heart is singing, / Ah, Yule, no joy can sweeter be ..." with 3 more lines of H. M. Burnside poetry on an embossed Tuck post card mailed 1912 at Milford Pennsylvania, mild corner & edge wear. $3.00 tcp
SERIES 587. "NOTRE-DAME. La cathédrale de Paris est / une des merveilles de l'achitecture gothique ..." unused Tuckcarte postale No. 2 from the series, 2 corners creased, lightly toned back, minor corner rounding. $1.75 tfc
SERIES 610 (HAPPY HOURS). "A / Happy / New / Year // January / 1 / Take from my / mouth the wish / of happy years. / Shakespeare" unused Tuck postcard, tiny rub spots on one wing, lightly toned back. Shown left. $2.25 tn. Another example, a few more tiny rub spots on 2 birds, slightly more toning on back. Shown right. $2.00 tn
SERIES 635B (DÜSSELDORF). "DÜSSELDORF, RHEINUFER UND RHEINBRÜCKE." showing the banks of the Rhein River & a bridge over it; signed Charles F. Flower art on a circa 1912 unused Tuck Oilette Postkarte, very light album impressions at the corners, fairly fresh with good edges. Offered elsewhere as high as 12.50 Euros(!), but we need only $4.00 tna
SERIES 643. "I hardly know how / to commence" says a shoe-shine boy to a hobo requesting service, post card from Tuck Write Away Series 643 on brownish paper, signed Lance Thackeray art, unevenly divided back, mailed 1905 at Springfield Massachusetts, light album marks at the corners, couple spots of light toning & a few small scrapes that mostly miss the art on front. Check your image: there is a knock-off unsigned version of this one; but ours is the original! $6.50 a(t)ct
SERIES 651. "Paris. Bois de Boulogne." with art showing horse-drawn carriages & pedestrian traffic, unused Tuck Raphaëlette carte postale, small ding in the top edge closes well, other edge wear is minor. $2.50 tfh
SERIES 700 (EASTER POST CARDS). "Easter / Greetings" embossed art on a Tuck postcard printed in Saxony, showing two children with several baby chicks, mailed 1909 to Mrs. Minnie Glade in Holly Michigan, minor corner & edge wear, trace of cancel ink at the top front. Shown left. $4.00 tce. "Easter Greetings" with embossed art depicting several chicks & their nest, mailed 1910 from Ontario to Miss Mildred Lonenze in Detroit Michigan, mild corner & edge wear, light toning shows in the front borders, shown right. $3.00 tce
SERIES 700 (EASTER POST CARDS). "To Wish you / a Happy Easter" flocked & embossed art on a postcard printed in Saxony, neatly pencilled message on back to Ida Catt in Lake Odessa Michigan, faint album marks at the corners, fairly fresh. $4.00 tge
SERIES 706 (EASTER GREETINGS). "All / Easter Joys / be Yours" embossed art with 2 chicks, eggs & flowers on a Tuck postcard printed in Saxony, mailed APR 1911 to Mrs. Allie Kunkle in Ashtabula Ohio, a few tiny scrapes in the dark green background, otherwise fairly fresh. Shown left. $1.75 te. Same caption but 3 chicks, mailed APR 14 1911 at Ardmore Pennsylvania to Dr. N. A. Arnold there, tape repair to 1/2-inch tear at bottom is well done, cancel ink in the front right border, small circular scrape in the green background. As is. Shown right. $1.00 te
SERIES 710 (BLOSSOMING SPRING). "To Wish You a Happy Easter" embossed art shows little girl outdoors, printed in Saxony, pencil writing on back, trivial corner wear, tiny ding. Shown left. $3.50 egt. Similar Tuck post card but apparently a different printing with brighter colors, 1912 ink writing on back smeared in spots, edge wear more noticeable. Shown right. $3.00 egt
SERIES 711 (JOYOUS EASTERTIDE). "A Joyous Easter // May He pour / upon your path / His choicest / blessings." embossed art with a cross & violets on a Tuck postcard mailed APR 13 1911 to Kelly's Island Ohio, tiny speckles of cancel ink on front, light album impressions at the corners, mild corner wear & rounding. $1.75 te
SERIES 715 (EASTER GLADNESS). "Easter Happiness" pink dirigible without visible means of propulsion fails to lift a gondola full of 4 chicks from the ground; intricately embossed Tuck post card, mailed APR 3 1912 from Brooklyn New York to Mrs. Reed in Upper Montclair in New Jersey, upper corners creased, minor wear to the bottom corners, small light spot of toning near the stamp. $4.00 fet NEW / NOUVEAU / NY
SERIES 726 (OBERAMMERGAU). "Oberammergau. Blick von der Kreuzigungs- / gruppe. Vom schöngepflegten Wege zur ..." unused Tuck Postkarte, Verlag von Ludwig Rutz, lightly toned both sides, minor corner wear & rounding. $2.75 tb
SERIES 757 (CHICKS AND RABBITS). "A Joyous Easter" art within an embossed border pictures 4 rabbits, holiday greeting penned neatly over all the back, tiny upper corner crease, other minor edge wear, Tuck postcard, back toned more than front from album contact. $1.50 te
SERIES 760 (SPRING FLOWERS). "Peace be / yours / this Easter" signed EDS (monogram at left center) art depicting flowers, Tuck Series No. 760 Spring Flowers postcard mailed MAR 29 1914 (clear PITTS. & ST. LOUIS TR13 R.P.O. hand cancel) to Mrs. George B. Wilson in Columbus Ohio, heavily toned back, lighter toning shows in the front borders, tear at left center closes fairly well, spot in the lower left front corner is actually the Tuck trademark. As is. 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 cw
SERIES 763P (MONTE CARLO I). "PRINCIPAUTÉ DE MONACO. - LE PALAIS DU PRINCE ET LA TÊTE DE CHIEN" unused Tuck Oilette carte postale from Collection Villes de France, light album impressions at the corners, minor wear to one upper corner, lightly toned back from album contact. Shown. $4.00 tm. "MONTE - CARLO. - TERRASSES DU CASINO" art showing many elegants outside, most women with parasols; Oilette postcard from the same series, writing on back, light album marks at the corners. $4.00 tm
SERIES 767P (CANNES II). "CANNES. - LES ROCHERS DE LA BOCCA" as seen by moonlight, a couple on the beach for scale; unused Tuck Oilette post card, light album impressions at the corners, slight corner & edge wear, a little toning from album contact on back. $3.50 tfrm
SERIES 936P (BIARRITZ). "BIARRITZ. / PASSERELLE ET ROCHER DE LA VIERGE." showing the footbridge to the rocks on which a statue of the Virgin Mary has been erected; unused Tuck Oilette carte postale, album toning both sides (back more so than front), minor corner & edge wear. $3.00 tfr
SERIES 948P (MARSEILLE II). "MARSEILLE. CASINO. PLAGE." Tuck Oilette carte postale mailed without stamp at s'Gravenhage The Netherlands 13 NOV 07, message & address mostly erased on the back, French 1-c stamp affixed & tied to the front apparently a postage due usage. $3.75 tf
SERIES 951 (PARIS). "PARIS. LA MADELEINE" Unused Tuck Oilette carte postale with a brief history on back in French, a few small spots of light toning on back, approximately 3/4" internal crease obscured by the trees, small bottom corner crease. $1.75 tf
SÉRIE 995. "SAN-REMO. La Vieille Ville. / Campanile di SAN-SIRO." art showing the bell tower & a woman hanging out wash in the foreground; unused Tuck Oilette Postcard Série 995 No. 131, back text also in French, a few letters on back did not print, corners worn & rounded. $4.00 it
SERIES 1007. "GREATER NEW YORK. GRAND CENTRAL STATION--42nd STREET" corner view, sepia-tone on undivided back with yellowing paper from Tuck Post Card Series No. 1007, album impressions at corners, faint internal crease, corner crease, light toning on front. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50
SERIES 1007. "Quebec-Weaving Homespun Cloth. Cape a L'Aigle" color showing an elderly woman at work, Tuck Charmette Series No. 1007, unused, slight browning of the paper with age. $8.00 wtq
SERIES 1014. "'Little Italy'-- / Fresh Bread" leaving us wondering to which NYC neighborhood they refer, boy selling out of a wicker basket perched on a curb; unused postcard from Tuck Postcard Series 1014 'Cosmopolitan New York', undivided back, toned front, upper corner crease, minor corner & edge 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. n(n)tf
SERIES 1034. "GENEVA, N.Y., SENECA LAKE" including a small lighthouse on some rocks, Tuck undivided back (Series 1034) in black & white, mailed 1905, minor edge wear, slight yellowing of the paper with age. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 n(g)t(s)ln(s)
SERIES 1037 (EASTER). "A happy Easter" embossed art picturing 3 chicks swimming & 3 floating in a basket, Tuck post card mailed APR 7 1909 at Hoboken New Jersey to Mr. J. D. Chism in Albany New York, long faint upper corner crease, small bottom corner crease, several tiny speckles of cancel in in the upper left front. $2.00 te
SERIES 1038 (GREATER NEW YORK). "Greater New York. / Brooklyn Bridge" spanning the East River, shown on a moonlit night; unused undivided back Tuck postcard, faint album marks at the corners, short linear scrape in the top front sky, otherwise fairly fresh. $2.75 tn(e)bm
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SERIES 1055. "TUXEDO PARK, N. Y. A MOUNTAIN DRIVE / ...Printed in Germany" black & white post card with undivided back, from Tuck Series No. 1055, some extraneous writing on the back, minor corner wear & rounding. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 n(t)t
SERIES 1058 "Springfield, Mass. Art Museum." Good color on undivided back Tuck post card, series number 1058, mailed there 1905, minor corner wear, small corner crease. $4.25 mt
SERIES C1066. "Christmas Greetings" picturing a robin perched in snow near holly; Tuck Oilette postcard with embossed lettering & unsigned Maude Scrivener art (compare to Series C1058 above), mailed DEC 23 1909 from Toronto Ontario to Miss B. Crone in Flint Michigan, good edges, upside-down postal receiving mark (the same day!) in the front sky. Hard to find! $5.00 tbca
SERIES 1068 COSMOPOLITAN NEW YORK. "Cosmopolitan / New York. / 'Chinatown.' / Kerbstone Traders" Tuck postcard dated November 1903 & November 1904 in the front caption area, light album toning at the corners, minor corner & edge wear. $5.00 tn(n)
SERIES 1738 (EASTER). "Easter Greeting" a gondola with 3 chicks suspended from a balloon in 3 sections wrapped with flowers; intricately embossed postcard from Tucks Series No. 1738, Chromographed in Berlin, corners worn & rounded, a little toning shows in the front borders. $4.50 fet NEW / NOUVEAU / NY
SERIES 2035. "Albany, N. Y. N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Depot." including the nearby hotel, color postcard from Tuck Series No. 2035, mailed there 1907, slight yellowing of the paper with age, much wear along bottom edge, corner crease. $4.50 nt
SERIES 2035. "ALBANY, N.Y. State Street from Eagle Street." including some distant streetcars, color post card with undivided back from Tuck Series No. 2035, mailed 1907, yellowish paper, corner crease, partial cancel on front, mild corner & edge wear. $5.00 nt
SERIES 2038. "CHAUTAUQUA, N. Y. Clark Street" including several well-dressed pedestrians, from Tuck Post Card Series No. 2038 with undivided back, mailed there, light rubber band mark on back, light toning in the front caption area, mild corner & edge wear. $5.00 n(c)t(s)
SERIES 2039 (NIAGARA FALLS). "Niagara Falls. Horseshoe Falls from Canada." Tuck postcard photochromed in Saxony, interesting information printed on divided back, mailed there, 2 small bottom corner creases. Shown. $3.00 tw. "NIAGARA FALLS from Goat Island" post card photochromed in Saxony, minor wear at one corner, otherwise quite fresh. $3.50 wt. Both $6.25 tw
SERIES 2074. "Macon, Ga. Poplar Street, Looking South." including many bales of cotton, color from Tuck Series 2074, mailed there 1911, small spots of dark toning in sky & small light spots of toning in caption area. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 gt
SERIES 2077. "GREETINGS FROM ASHEVILLE, N.C. The Beautiful Swannanoa" with nice color, Tuck series 2077, unused, a little corner wear. toning on back from album contact. $6.00 nt
SERIES 2077. "GREETINGS FROM ASHEVILLE, N.C. The Beautiful Swannanoa" with nice color, Tuck series 2077, postcard used circa 1908, small corner crease, tiny ink smear on back. $5.00 nt
SERIES 2080. "MONTICELLO, VA. Home of Thos. Jefferson" color post card from Tuck's Landmarks of Virginia, on undivided back, mailed 1908 with writing both sides, light toning near back edges, minor corner & edge wear. $6.50 vt
SERIES 2081. "RICHMOND, VA. St. John's Church" including cemetery by its side, circa 1908, unused, Tuck series no. 2081, album impressions at the corners. $4.50 Similar postcard, but undivided back mailed 1905, corner crease, light toning on back. $4.25. Another mailed there 1905 by Milton Vipond to his mother in Hyattsville Maryland, small corner crease, corner wear & rounding, brownish paper on back. Shown. $4.50 v(r)tg(v)c
SERIES 2100. "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
SERIES 2108. "New Orleans, La. Creole Milk Maid" on a horse-drawn cart with 2 large jugs, address on side looks like '12th & Washington St.', from Tuck Post Card Series No. 2108 printed in Germany, mailed at New Orleans 1910, tiny bottom corner crease, minor corner & edge wear, back paper browning evenly with age. 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 l(n)htp
SERIES 2122 "Indianapolis, Ind. Soldiers Monument" color on undivided back from Tuck, post card series no. 2122, corner crease, corner wear. $3.25 it
SERIES 2125. "WACO, Tex. Young Ladies' Boarding Hall. Baylor University." postcard mailed 1906, from Tuck Series 2125, traces of cancel ink in the front sky, minor corner wear. 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 t(w)tc
SERIES 2176. "CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. Orchard Knob" showing a cemetery, pedestrians & a horse-drawn buggy; postcard, unused, Tuck Series No. 2176, pinhole near bottom, album marks on front, one corner with a heavy crease. 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 t(c)ct(s)
SERIES 2198. "CATSKILL, N. Y. THE OLDEST FRAME HOUSE STANDING IN THE CATSKILLS. D. D. Hortoa, Souvenirs." black & white on undivided back postcard from Tuck Post Card Series No. 2198, unused, light toning on back, minor corner wear. $6.00 nt
SERIES 2222. "NORFOLK, Va. / Public Library" color postcard from Tuck Series No. 2222, undivided back, mailed 1908 at Orange, light toning on front, minor corner wear. $6.00 vt
SERIES 2234. "U. S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing Press Room. / Printed in Germany" with many small hand presses, each with a plate printer & woman assistant press feeder, turning out postage stamps & currency; postcard with undivided back from the Tuck Post Card Series No. 2234, mailed from New Providence New Jersey APR 12 1917 to Miss Katharine K. Reeve in Brooklyn New York. This view is included in a detailed article about the deplorable working conditions, entitled 'Sweatshop: The Bureau of Engraving and Printing c. 1905' at streetsofwashington.com. The women were to organize into a union in 1909. $8.00 dppntu
SERIES 2267. "Atlanta, Ga. Fort McPherson." showing people near the entrance & a horse-drawn wagon, undivided back postcard from Tuck Series No. 2267, printed in Germany, mailed 1907 to Ohio, album marks at front corners, inconspicuous internal crease, one corner multiply creased, mild corner & edge wear. $4.75 gt
SERIES 2289 "NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO. THE LAST OF THE 'PIONEERS'. Frank C. Rea, Druggist" showing man in rocking chair outside his small log home, Tuck Post Card Series No. 2289, undivided back, writing on front, writing on back, light toning on front, 3 corner creases (one tiny). $10.00 ot%
SERIES 2308. "SUMMIT HOUSE, MT. WACHUSETT. A. P. Lundbeorg, Worcester, Mass / Printed in Germany" black & white on undivided back but very late usage at West Wareham, Tuck Post Card Series No. 2308, light album marks on front, minor corner & edge wear. $5.00 mt*
SERIES 2322. "WEST POINT. Tennis" showing 3 games in progress on 4 courts, Tuck Post Card Series No. 2322 Life at West Point, undivided back mailed 1906, a little extraneous writing on back, heavy cancel impression, minor corner wear & rounding. $6.50 s(t)tnm(a)
SERIES 2397. "Gettysburg, Pa. Gen. Robert E. Lee, / his Headquarter and two Confederate Monuments" multiview Tuck Series No. 2397 post card mailed there 1910, photochromed in Saxony, tiny bottom corner crease, light album toning at the front edges. 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 p(g)mct
SERIES 2405 "LOUISVILLE, Ky. 'Big Four' R. R. Bridge." color from Tuck post card Series No. 2405, album marks on front, faint album marks on back, minor corner & edge wear, spot of toning in sky. $3.75 kt
SERIES 2453 "University Girls". Wanted to buy--post cards from this series in presentable condition. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! *c
SERIES 2463. "Chattanooga, Tenn. Engine 'General' Standing in Union Depot" unused postcard with divided back from Tuck Post Card Series No. 2463 (Chattanooga, Tenn.), faint tiny bottom corner crease, trivial corner wear elsewhere, lightly toned front. $4.00 t(c)r(w)ct
SERIES 2469. "GENEVA, N. Y. Looking North on South Main Street." postcard, Tuck Series No. 2469, undivided back, album marks on front. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 nmt
SERIES 2486. "Chimney Rock, N. C." color postcard from Tuck Series 2486, used 1907, toning near 2 back edges, a little corner wear & rounding. small spots of toning & small scrape in sky. $2.25 nt
SERIES 2521. "NORFOLK, Va. A Picturesque Nook in Lafayette Park" with penned-in geese & ducks near a pool & fountain, from Tuck Postcard Series No. 2521, mailed there SEP 1907 (Jamestown Celebration complete over Captain John Smith stamp) to Miss Pauline Curten in Columbus Ohio. The "small menagerie" referred to in the back printing has grown into the current Lafayette Zoological Park, minor corner wear, very light toning on back. $4.50 v(n)t
SERIES 2523. "Rear View of Jamestown Church Tower, Va. (Showing Original Foundation) / Photo only Copyright 1906 by Jamestown Official Photo Corp'n" postcard from Tuck's Landmarks of Virginia Series No. 2523, noticeable wear at corners, dark spot of toning at one edge affects both sides but trees obscure it well in front, paper remnants on back at the 2 corners nearest the stamp. $2.75 v(j)t
SERIES 2625 "University Girls". Wanted to buy--postcards from this series in presentable condition. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! *c
SERIES 2629. "HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. Stone School House / Geo. A. Ross, Hoosick Falls N. Y." with an exterior corner view, caption at the bottom, color photochrome postcard from Tuck Series No. 2629, unused, slight browning of paper on back, mild corner & edge wear. $3.50 nt!
SERIES 2647. "Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital - Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H." Tuck series 2647, postcard mailed 1910, much corner wear & rounding. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 nmtc+
SERIES 2681. "BELLINGHAM, Wash. P. A. F. Cannery." postcard from Tuck Series No. 2684, photochromed in Saxony, mailed 1910 to Columbus Ohio, upper corner crease, cancel ink in the sky, noticeable corner wear. Surprisingly hard to find in any condition. $5.00 w(b)ft
"Loving / Easter / Greetings" two large chicks ride a gondola suspended from an improbably small blimp, within an intricately embossed border; Tuck Gem Photochrome Series E.3724 processed in Saxony, mailed APR 15 1911 from Norwich Connecticut to Mr. Eugene Fanning in Newton Upper Falls Massachusetts, tiny upper corner bend, small bottom corner crease. $4.00 fet NEW / NOUVEAU / NY
SERIES 4115. "The Pet of the Family. R. Epp." art showing the feeding of a baby by its mother, unused Tuck post card chromographed in Saxony, mild corner & edge wear. $3.75 ft
SERIES 4463. "In length'ning rows prone / from the mountain run / The flocks -- their fleeces / glist'ning in the sun / RICHARD SAVAGE" showing a flock of sheep, Tuck Photochrome Series 4463 (Animal Studies), numeral written in the front sky, back toned in places. Savage was an English poet who lived 1697 - 1743. $3.00 tpa
SERIES 4750. "FORT AUGUSTUS. / S. S. CAVALIER PASSING THROUGH THE LOCKS." of the Caledonian Canal, color Tuck Photochrome postcard from Series 4750, unused, light toning on back, mild wear to the bottom corners. This lake mail steamer ran the Fort Augustus - Inverness route, and also carried passengers for pleasure. $7.00 sts(l)-s
SERIES 6705 "Ye Royal Courte / in Ancient Days. / Lady in Waiting" signed, Tuck series No. 6705, mailed 1907, brownish paper, minor corner wear. $4.00 at
SERIES 7270, 7304, 7305, 7325, 7329, 7359 & 7360. Wanted to buy--postcards from these Tuck series. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! *c
SERIES 7666 & 7879. Wanted to buy--postcards from these Tuck series. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! *c
SERIES LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY. "ROCKET AND TENDER" with the railroad's logo at the upper left, early Tuck postcard (photo London, typo Berlin, L.N.W.R. Series), unused, spotty yellowish toning on back, minor wear to an upper corner. The original Rocket, designed by Stephenson, was made in 1829 and influenced railroad engine design for over a century. $7.50 r(l)t
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