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How to Get the Most Out of Your Mexican Visit

By: AUTHOR UNKNOWN

Price: $3.00

Publisher: Mexico, Publisher Unknown:

Seller ID: 053803

Condition: About VG


Brochure promoting travel to Mexico. Unfolds to 10.5" by 14.5", printed on both sides. Lots of explanatory information, plus, approx 14 small, arrtist drawn scenes. Advert to rear panel for Monte Carlo cigarettes. Undated but circa 1937 by external information. Average condition, no major faults. Ships at cost via inexpensive Canada Post Lettermail. View more info

Birthday Greeting, Antique Postcard; Dated 1908

By: AUTHOR UNKNOWN

Price: $4.00

Publisher: Origin Unknown, Publisher Unknown: 1908

Seller ID: 053490

Condition: VG+


Attractive, antique postcard of a youth carrying two baskets of flowers on a yoke with 'Birthday Greeting' in gilt letters below. No publication data shown. Design is embossed, color lithographed with gilt detailing. Slight wear to tips of corners. Postally used in 1908 within Britain. Shipping via inexpensive Canada Post Lettermail. View more info

Dore & Totley; Real Photo Multi-View Postcard

By: AUTHOR UNKNOWN

Price: $8.50

Publisher: UK, Publisher Unknown:

Seller ID: 054505

Condition: VG+


Real photo postcard showing 9 views of Dore & Totley located in the southwest of Sheffield, West Yorks Each of the 9 mini-views were probably issued as a separate postcard. Postally used, stamp removed. Long message and address in pencil. Cancel a little hard to make out but seems to be 1915. Eligible for inexpensive Canada Post Lettermail rates within Canada, and to the USA and other Countries. View more info

'Greetings from Melbourne'; Card and Strip ofViews

By: AUTHOR/PUBLISHER UNKNOWN

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Australia, Publisher Unknown: 1934

Seller ID: 053174

Condition: Very Good +


Small Christmas/New Year's greetings Card hand-dated 1934 also containing a concertina-style strip of photo views of Melbourne. The folding strip of b&w views contains 12 different photo. Front panel has cut-out window in the shape of Australia. Size - 5" by 4". Clean, bright condition. May be eligible for inexpensive Canada Post Lettermail to Canada, the USA and other Countries. View more info

Views of the Dayton Ohio Flood [of 1913]

By: UNKNOWN AUTHOR

Price: $9.50

Publisher: USA, Publisher Unknown: 1913

Seller ID: 048622

Condition: About VG


Anonymously published booklet of views showing the great flood of 1913 in Dayton, Ohio. Expanding concertina-style are are 8 connected panels with a printed photo view each side giving a total of 16 photo views. The whole can be sent through the mail. All panels are well connected and are clean and unmarked. The rear, blank leaf has become detached and is reattached with acid-free tape, Weight, 24g. View more info

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Ungarn Magyarorszag

By: UNKNOWN AUTHOR

Price: $9.00

Publisher: Budapest, Hungary, Unknown Publisher:

Seller ID: 051547

Condition: Very Good


Tourist-Travel Literature from pre-WWII Hungary. 20pp, photo illustrated, map to front wrapper. Folds to 4" by 8.75" Minor wear to edges. Sound binding. Unmarked. Undated - 1930s. Inexpensive Canada Post Lettermail rates apply to most locations. View more info

Comic Black 'Birfday Card'

By: UNKNOWN AUTHOR

Price: $5.00

Publisher: USA, Publisher Unknown:

Seller ID: 052159

Condition: VG+


Comic birthday card featuring a Black Bellhop on the front and a Black Girl & Boy eating a Watermelon on the inside. Typical racist imagery of the period - 1930s. Used, with inscription. Very bright and clean. This item weighs 5g and qualifies for inexpensive Lettermail postage both to Canada, the USA and other parts of the World. View more info

Lot of Nine Postcards Showing the Interior of the Royal Mint in London, circa 1912

By: UNKNOWN AUTHOR

Price: $15.00

Publisher: U. K., Publisher Unknown:

Seller ID: 054379

Condition: Fine


Lot of nine different postcards showing views of the interior of the Royal Mint in London. Grest shots of the men and machinery at work in the various parts of the Mint. Identifying captions to the front of ech postcard, but no publication data, date etc to the rear. One card has a caption with a date of 1911. We image that ll of the cards date from that pre-WWI period. All a very clean and bright with sharp corner. None are marked. We use both the Canada Post and the U... View more info