Six neat cards with postmarked dates of 1907, 1908, and 1909 (one date is not legible. One has been written on but was not mailed!
Neat postcard with “copyrighted 1907, D. Millson” on front! Mailed from Budsin, Wis. To Wantona, Wis. And has postmark date of 1908 with cancelled one cent stamp.
Neat postcard! This one is postmarked 1908 in Kansas and addressed to Huffman, Indiana. Stamp is missing and there is a 1” tear on one side but the verse is neat – “A man’s nature runs either to herbs or weeds. Let him seasonably water the one and destroy the other.”
Neat verse and cute kids on this postcard! Postmarked 1910 and has cancelled one cent stamp.
There are 5 postcards in this listing! One “Why don’t you write?” is postmarked 1908, one “Sincere Greetings” that is unused, two “Greetings from” (one dated 1907, the other not mailed but has handwritten “to” and “from”), the last one is “Greetings” postmarked but is not legible.
This listing has 2 unused souvenir postcards from Boca Ratan Cabana Club!
There are 5 unused souvenir postcards in this listing! They are from Chinatown, Los Angeles.
Two neat souvenir postcards in this listing! These are from the Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn, Frankenmuth, Michigan and have not been used!
This jewelry listing is so pretty! There’s a heart shaped pin with garnet red rhinestones. It measures 1 1/8” x 1 1/8”. There is also a gorgeous pair of pierced earrings! They have a dark red heart dangle, earrings are ¾” long.
I’ve grouped these two lovely Easter postcards together because they appear to be part of a series – one is numbered 3117, the other is numbered 3123! Neither card has been mailed although the one with the girls has a “to” and “from” – the other has no writing on it. Neat!
This listing has four New Year’s postcards! Two postcards were printed in Germany, are postmarked 1907, and have cancelled one cent stamps. The other two have also been mailed – one is postmarked 1909, the other 1922 and both have cancelled one cent stamps.
These Christmas postcards have pretty verses! All have been mailed but only one postmark date is legible – 1925 and it has a cancelled two cent stamp. the other two have cancelled one cent stamps.