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Ideas On What Kind of Postcards Should I Collect?

Posted by David Shedlock on

Ideas On What Kind of Postcards Should I Collect?

I'll use this blog post to offer suggestions about the possibilities of starting a new postcard collection or items to an old one. Home Schooling families could use them to learn geography or 20th Century History. Of course, you could collect your hometown. Some towns have thousands to choose from such as Post Offices, Libraries, Schools, Main Streets, Laundromats, Bakeries, Churches, Colleges, Drugstores, etc. Series postcards are collected by many: Numbered Curteich or other Large Letter Linens, the Artist Ken Haag State Flowers & Birds from the 1960s (All 50 States) Jewish postcards, (especially by Artist Morris Katz) could be...

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Rotograph Postcard Checklist

Posted by David Shedlock on

Rotograph Postcard Checklist

The Rotograph Company published postcards from about 1901-1914. Many were made in Germany until the beginning of the First World War (The Great War).. The insignia is a red sun-shape with the words "Sol Art Print" on the back. Woburn MA Civil War Soldiers Monument     A1729 Hartford CT Post Office, Downtown Stores     A1765 Syracuse NY Statue on Onandaga St (Now Gone) E 2161 Syracuse NY !3 Miniature Accordion Views    #2177a Greenwich CT Civil War Soldiers Monument     D3222 Gettysburg PA Carlisle Street   E3703 Akron OH The Big Falls G4483 Hammondsport NY Churches on Keuka Lake    #5126 Keuka...

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Other Townview Postcard Publishers, Dealers & Photographers

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Other Townview Postcard Publishers, Dealers & Photographers

Here is a checkist of Publishing Companies, Dealers and Photographers of American townview postcards listed. Most publishers names are found on the back side (address side) Acmegraph A H Co (c1910) Albertype, Brooklyn ANC Special Colored, New York (Printed in France) Beauttell Brothers of Dubuque Iowa (c1915) Colourpicture, Boston, MA (Plasticolor, Shinicolor 1950s) LL Cook (Real Photos) Curteich (Previously Curt Teich, 1900-1978) CT was the most prolific company in printings postcard since the turn of the 20th century.The most sought after cards are the Large Letter Linens (LLL)- which placed different scenes within the letters of the city. There are checklists...

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