1981 postcard of "Leadin' Loose," a limited edition of 1,500 signed & numbered prints by Robert Summers, 16" by 24" image size.
Old postcard, no identifying markings.
Dated March 2, 1912
1936, autographed postcard. Vance Swift, smallest American Man with Rose's Royal Midgets.
Card no. 839. Edition Stehli, printed in Switzerland. Siged E. Bachmann P.
Printed in Switzerland, card no. 1080 Viola tricolor - Stiefmutterdren, Pensee-Pansy-Panzea. Signed Thor E. Gyder, Adelbowen, Switzerland.
Print of signed (unreadable) painting of colored trees by a stream. Card no. 402, Edition Stehli, printed in Switzerland.
Edition Stehli, printed in Switzerland, card no. 485. Print of painting signed by H. Winkler.
Card no. 417 Une rue a Entreves (Courmayeur), printed in Switzerland, Edition Stehli.
Card no. 827 Arbon. Edition Stehli, printed in Switzerland.
"The original soft sculptured Cabbage Patch Kids (tm), designed by Xavier Roberts at Baby Land General (r) Hospital, Cleveland, GA.. 1984 Original Appalachian Artworks, Inc." Postmarked 1986.
Card no. 487. Edition Stehli, printed in Switzerland.
Color photo by Herbert Lanks, A Mike Roberts Color Production, Berkeley 2, Calif.
Black Stallion, High in the Rockies. Card no. K479. Full color reproduction of an oil painting by Vern Parker
Penny Postcard Revalued by P. O. Dept. to two-cents.
The Dancing Princess "A scene from Metro-Gldwyn-Mayer and Cinerama's presentation of George Pal's production "The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm"
Quiz Kids - Sponsored by One-a-Day (Brand) Vitamins and Alka-Selzer.. ABC Network - Sunday Evenings" Ca. 1940s
"Rags" N-4 -- "I Want My Mama" "When the photographer found this baby burro and its mother out on the hot desert--it was an effort to separate them. The baby would call pitifully for it MAMA. One-cent postcard
Air Mail - Postal Card. Postmarked Aug 12, 1953.
"No. 50 Linarite, Malachite, Fluorite & Quartz from Bingham, New Mexico. Blue crystals of Linarite are a sulphate of lead and copper, green crystal tufts of malachite are copper carbonate, cubes of white fluorite on white quartz. Picture three times actual size of specimen." Card No. S-441021.
Two-cent Postal Card.
Postmarked August 3, 1962.
"THE LAST SUPPER" in dramatic, life-size, natural color wax figures, can be seen in Santa Cruz, California, at the Galleries of the Santa Cruz Art League, Inc., 526 Broadway.
"THE LAST SUPPER" in dramatic, life-size, natural color wax figures, can be seen in Santa Cruz, California, at the Galleries of the Santa Cruz Art League, Inc. Copyright 1951, Webber Photo.
Three-Cent Post Card
Two-cent Postal Card.
One-cent post card No. 131567. "Men hang out their signs indicative of their respective trades . . . --Daniel Webster"
American Art Post Card, Boston, Mass. "To the Wayfarer. . ."
Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card No. 4A-H1326. "To the Wayfarer . . ."
"37. Sentinel Pine On Flune-Pool Trail 15' 9" in Circumference." Copyright 1934 C. T. Bodwell.
Color Photos by Herbert Lanks.
"The Twilight Hour." Copyright, 1906, American-Journal-Examiner. One-cent post card.
Artist: Byron Wolfe. Post Card No. 42320.
No. 16 -- Copyright 1940 by L. H. Larsen. "Range Feud. Taken from an original oil painting by the noted cowboy artist and poet, L. H. "Dude" Larsen. One cent Post Card No. 12969.
No. 4 -- copyright 1939 by L. H. Larsen. "Gathering Wild Cattle" Taken from an original oil painting by the noted cowboy artist and poet, L. H. "Dude" Larsen. One cent Post Card No. 10709.
No. 14 -- Copyright 1940 by L. H. Larsen. "The Roundup" Taken from an original oil painting by the noted cowboy artist and poet, L. H. "Dude" Larsen. One cent Post Card No. 7608.
"36--Marie-Antoinette Et Ses Thois Enfants." Carte Postale
"40 -- Madame Elisabeth"
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