Here's a nice old ad postcard view! It pictures a pair of vintage salt and pepper shakers, fashioned from Pecan nuts! Front of card reads "Novelty Pecan Shakers, 50c a pair, Mrs. Ruth S Jones, (S. S. E. 977) Box 76, Palmer Texas". Back of card has handwriting from the merchant that reads "Dear friend, thought you might like a set of these shakers I make, War savings stamps accepted as cash, Sincerely Ruth Jones". Back of card is divided and postmarked "Palmer TX Jan 23 1946". Condition-Very Good
Here is an interesting old advertising postcard! It advertises Walk Over Shoes and pictures a man serving a tennis ball at a shopper. He catches one in the mouth! A man stands in a doorway with a shoe. Front reads "Quick Service". Back is divided with store details. Card is divided and postally unused. Condition Good w/light corner wear at upper left
This is a beauty! If you're a fan of vintage linen postcards, this is a nice one! It advertises Pastel Swann Hats from Louisville Kentucky. Front shows a man with 5 hat varities. Back has ordering info, is divided and postally unused. A Curteich linen postcard. Condition-Mint
This is nice! It is a 1950 era chrome postcard. Front of card pictures an old factory with pop out windows for ventilation. A vintage 50's station wagon is out front. A man waits by the car, while a woman in a uniform greets another woman on the steps. A sign on the building reads "Avon". A nice sharp Cosmetic / Perfume related postcard view! Back of postcard is divided and postally unused. Card has printed details of the "Avon Cosmetic Laboratories of Suffern New York". Describes the companies products, visitor center etc. Condition-Excellent
Here is a neat advertising trade card! It is from the Atlantic Refing Company of Toms River NJ. It has a cartoon oil can w/broom on front with tons of advertising. Back has a 1 cent green Jefferson printed stamp. Condition-Excellent
This is a unusual one! It is a 1920s era black and white postcard. It pictures a wrought iron stair tread or step. The front of the postcard reads "Irvings's Safety Stair Steps, Pat. May 20, 1919, Send for a catalogue A 62, Irving Iron Works Co., Long Island City, N.Y.". Back of card is divided and postmarked "Long Island City N.Y.". Card has no postmark date??? Condition-Good w/writing on face as shown.
Here is a nice one! It is a bifold advertising postcard, probably from the 1940s. It advertises the Brighton Laundry on West 6th Street In Brooklyn New York. Front has a caricature of a laundry worker, back a view of the factory. Condition-Very Good & Unused.
Here is a collectible Lego toy postcard. These are tought to find! It is dated 1999 and advertises the Lego Star Wars line of building toys. Continental size card has a divided back and is postally unused. Condition-Very Good To Excellent
Here is a beauty! It pictures three interior views of the Newark Pool Table Manufacturing company of Newark NJ. Images show the showroom with billiards tables in a view, a closeup of one of their models and a factory view of them assembling the pool tables themselves! Back of card details their products including pool *& billiard tables, bars, dice tables, poker tables, stud tables and ping pong tables. Card back is divided and postally unused. Condition-Near Mint To Mint