Another unusual hanky – this one has pretty colors and an interesting design! Hanky measures 14 ¾” x 14 ¾” and is in wonderful condition.
Isn’t this an unusual hanky? There are dark gray and light gray sections and the design is white lilacs. Hanky measures 13” x 13 ½” and is in excellent condition.
This is a lovely hanky – it’s yellow with a floral design of yellow mums and white carnations! Hanky measures 14 ¼” x 14 ½” and is in excellent, like new, condition.
Postcard from Veterans Administration Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana! Postmarked 1959 and has three cancelled one cent stamps.
Interesting postcard depicting Clark County Memorial Hospital! Postmarked 1958 and has cancelled 3 cent Liberty stamp.
Dated and postmarked July 27, 1923, this is an interesting postcard! It’s number “15168. Around the Mountain Tops, Pike’s Peak Auto Highway”.
Printed in Germany, this postcard has a country road and rural scenery. It has been mailed but has no postmark date and the one cent stamp was not cancelled.
Made in Germany, this adorable postcard was mailed in 1907 and has cancelled one cent stamp!
Two postcards were mailed (1954, 1962) and have cancelled stamps, the other postcards are unused!
The “Dog on Ice” postcard was mailed in 1907, the little girl with 5 puppies was mailed in 1925, and the other card was not mailed.
Six assorted postcards in this listing! They have postmark dates 1907 through 1952.
Neat postcard assortment in this listing! There are 4 that have been mailed (2 in 1909, 1913, 1923), one has handwritten “to” and “from”, and one is unused.
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.
There are 5 unused souvenir postcards in this listing! They are from Chinatown, Los Angeles.