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#647  Unusual 23 Skidoo Ladies Leg !!!



Here is an unusual old postcard! It pictures a shapely ladies leg with stocking and garter. On her foot rests an owl? The card front reads "23 Skidoo". Back of card is undivided and is postmarked "Philadelphia PA Jul 23 1908" and has a super flag cancel. Condition-Good with some pencil writing on front, small crease at upper right corner

 

 
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#689  Unusual Man In Moon Smoking Pipe?



Another unusual vintage postcard view! This one wishes you "A Happy New Year" and features a heavily embossed man in the moon. He smokes a pipe. Back of card is divided and is postmarked "Lockport NY Jan 3 1910" with a super American Flag cancel. Caondition-Very good with cancellation marks on front as shown

 

 
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#354  Unusual Taxi Driver Postcard 1940's?



Here's a super 1940's era postcard sized card that has a cute poem about Taxi Cab Drivers! Although it has a non-postcard back, it is exactly postcard sized. It is printed with an image of a funny little man and has an unusual story/poem about the small town taxi driver. A neat old taxi related item! Back of card is blank. Condition is near mint to mint! Any lines or waves are from the scanner and not on the actual image.

 

 
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#36  Political Uncle Sam Statement



Here is an unusual old postcard! I'm sure it is some type of polical statement for the time. It pictures the North Pole of the earth, with Uncle Sam standing at the top. He looks off into the sky, where stars and clouds form an American Flag. It reads "You Can't Lose Me", possibly referencing the loss of the North Pole to another world power? A unique card! Back is copyrighted 1909 North Pole Series and is postmarked "Colorado 1910". Condition is faie with corner crease/wear as shown.

 

 
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