Greetings from postcard
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Production Date: 1938 Source Type: Postcard Publisher, Printer, Photographer: Western Publishing and Novelty Company, Curt Teich (#523, #8A-H538) Postmark: March 20, 1949, Inglewood, California Collection: Steven R. Shook Tenney and Hilbert Published Market Price in 2009: $4-$8 Source: Tenney, Fred, and Kevin Hilbert. 2009. Large Letter Postcards: The Definitive Guide 1930s to 1950s. Atglen, Pennsylvania: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. 176 p. Copyright 2010. Some rights reserved. The associated…
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Austin has so many great Instagram spots, especially all of the amazing street art you can find around downtown. Some of the most famous murals in Austin include the I Love So Much wall on South Congress, the Austin postcard, and You’re My Butter Half on the East side, but there are plenty of other Instagrammable murals you can find too. Here’s some of the best mural photo spots and their exact locations in downtown Austin!
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wordsandeggs: Vintage large-letter linen postcard greetings, via Uppercase.
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From our collection of vintage large letter, linen postcards from the 1930s and 1940s: Greetings from New York City. The postcard has been carefully scanned and retouched to look beautiful at even the largest print sizes.
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‘Large Letter’ was the name of a popular style of postcard design throughout mid-20th century. Often accompanied by the words “Greetings from…”, these postcards presented the name of a place with faux 3D type effects and featured a variety of pictures of that locale clipped within the text face of each letter. The style has […]
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Production Date: Circa 1950 Source Type: Postcard Printer, Publisher, Photographer: Alfred Mainzer, Colourpicture (#326, #K6196) Postmark: None Collection: Steven R. Shook Remark: There are at least three known versions of this particular postcard design, all with different stock numbers published on the front. Tenney and Hilbert Published Market Price in 2009: $6-$12 Source: Tenney, Fred, and Kevin Hilbert. 2009. Large Letter Postcards: The Definitive Guide 1930s to 1950s. Atglen…
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