This is a vintage postcard from Memphis, Tennessee. The picture is over-looking Confederate Park, the Post Office and the Mississippi River. The postcard is postmarked January 5, 1946, from Memphis Tennessee. There is a very nice canceled 1¢ stamp on the postcard.
This is a vintage postcard. The caption at the card’s bottom reads, "Fishing off a Swinging Bridge in Southwest Virginia." The postcard was published by Curtech of Chicago, Illinois. The postmark is from Coeburn, Virginia, dated October 21, 1955. There is a nice 2¢ canceled stamp on the card.
This is a pretty old postcard titled "Moonlight." It shows Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania.
The card is to Betty Jane from Shirley saying how much she is enjoying her vacation in Pennsylvania. The postcard has an August 1941 postmark from Conneaut Lake. There is also a very nice 1¢ canceled stamp.... Click for details
This is a vintage Christmas postcard inviting Sharon to Sunday School. The card is from Mrs. Frisbie with a Fort Worth, Texas, postmark dated December 23, 1950. The Hermitage Art Company of Chicago printed this postcard.
The Postcard is in good condition but has darkened some by age. There is some slight wear to the edges and corners. ... Click for details
This is a vintage postcard showing the Howard Platt Gardens, Union Pacific Depot in Boise, Idaho. It is an air photo by Wesley Andrews.
The postcard is in good condition with some wear to the edges and corners. It has a linen finish and has a postmark from Boise, Idaho, dated 1942. The card is addressed to Fort Worth, Texas. The back has ... Click for details
I love this postcard! It shows a down-on-his-luck fellow looking up at a bird in the nearby tree. As you can see, the little bird has made a deposit on the man’s hat. Realizing that perhaps he has not received the same treatment as one in a better financial situation tells the birdie, "And for the rich you sing!"
This listing is for a vintage postcard - one you would purchase and send to a friend or relative to brag about the Keno jackpot you just won.
The front of the card shows a "caller" yelling out "EeeO-Leven." A man stands up and yells, "KENO!" to the dismay of the surrounding players. The bottom of the card says "I won" and has a blank where you can put the amount of money you won. Underneath this is another blank for... Click for details