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Don’t You Think We’re Fine

We’re a few months past the World’s Ugliest Dog competition, but back in the early 1900s this little guy could’ve been a contender. When I first saw this card, I immediately liked it because of how goofy this dog looks, … Continue reading

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South Jersey Postcard Show TOMORROW!

Tomorrow is my club’s annual postcard show in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. It is our second year at the Aloft Hotel (Fellowship Road & Route 73). The show will start at 9 A.M. and admission is FREE!! Come get some … Continue reading

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York Postcard Show Recap

More than two weeks have already passed since York happened, crazy! I got home that night, scanned everything in, and then left for Florida the next day. Rarest find- The Court of the Golden Fountains, Hippodrome, New York Hold to … Continue reading

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York Postcard Show Prep

In the spare time that I’ve had to work on postcards, I have been prepping for the York postcard show. I have never been to it before, and I believe it is the largest in the world. I’ll just be … Continue reading

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Mayer Shoes

A few weeks ago when I was antiquing I saw three postcards in a case that were for F. Mayer Boot and Shoe Co., in Milwaukee. What caught my eye is that the cards could be cut out and turned … Continue reading

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Ocean City Zoo

I was on the boardwalk in Ocean City a few weekends ago, and there is actually a collectibles store there amongst all the souvenir stores. The first postcard in the boxes I looked at was this one- a real photo … Continue reading

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Princess Theater, Chicago

The Princess Theater in Chicago had its grand opening on June 1, 1908. “A Stubborn Cinderella,” with the great actor John Barrymore, was the opening show. In the theater one could find new scenery, flowers, and pretty women in costumes … Continue reading

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Early Rare Dwig Series

This postcard is part of a very early Dwig series from 1902. The publisher is H.T.C. & Co., and unfortunately I can’t find very much information about them. The front of the card has print and was also written on, … Continue reading

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Funny Message: Grape Juice

“Dear Sis:- Please send me your recipe for grape juice, at once. Arrive in town today, will write more later. All are well, would like you all to visit us soon. Lovingly Anna.” I was looking through a 25 cent … Continue reading

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Indian Motorcycle Dog Card

My real photo cards of dogs with people are divided into multiple subcategories, one of which is dogs with bikes. Something caught this dog’s attention further away in the field, but I liked the card below because not only is … Continue reading

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