The Dance of the Chase represents the Indian in costume with Buffalo Head and Bow and Arrow, other with Antlers carrying a stick in each hand to appear four footed, adorned with Fox Skins and Eagle Feathers. They publishes the official card set for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in 1904. Dickerman, and the New England News Company. Condition is good with very slightly rounded corners and a tear at the left edge. Its colors are bright and so flat that they almost resemble screenprints. Condition is very good with slightly rounded corners. It is post marked 1910.
This card is in fair used condition with slightly worn corners and 3 light creases. The above images were a part of an article in the British periodical Leisure Hour reporting on the Smithsonian Report. Genuine Buffalo heads and skins form part of the costume. In this case some of the subjects coming into the spotlight are film, furniture, wine, maritime disasters, and artists. These cards were all published by C.
This card is in very good to excellent unused condition. Similar cards of other types of cutout toys were also made. Some of their view-cards display coats of arms for both the town and county. American Art post card, spotty toning. Their service was interrupted between 1904 and 1905 when their fleet was put into military use during the Russo-Japanese War. Lowe Divison Pacific Electrie Railway, Los Angeles, Cal. James Hotel, Davenport, Iowa This post card is post marked 1908.
Yes, we said creased--seeing is believing! Tattersall captured many images of views and types and when Davis died he continued printing his negatives. At one time the plains were literally blackened with their vast numbers. Army and Navy Hospital, Hot Springs National Park, Ark. The thing I find most interesting is how they selected colors. The Steam Ship has the name S.
It is postmarked but, there is no date. These cards were printed through the tricolor process in England. . Post marked 1907 - Public Library. These were largely monochromatic cards ranging from pale grey to bluish green issued with and without borders under the C. Condition is good with slight edge wear.
Their photochomes went under the trade name Lusterchrome. Evans, interesting pertinent information on back, good edges. They produced around 60,000 postcards which were mostly printed in Germany and France. The Orthochrome Series were also of views and greetings but printed in tinted halftone. The Curt Teich Company employed various credit lines, including Curteich-Chicago, C. They had designed and published many of their own Christmas cards since 1879.
When Thwaites retired in 1932 he sold his business to Schallerer who ran it until its sale in 1965. These cards were printed in Saxony. After 1931 they closed and reopened a number of times under different names. Series B, E, K Miniature postcards. This card is in very good to excellent condition. It is in good condition with very lightly worn corners, poet mark ink and writing on the front.
Condition is good with very lightdirt and slightly rounded corners. It has an undivided back and is post marked 1907. Wittemann, and owned by Herman. This card is postally unused. Condition is good with rounded corners, a crease at the bottom left corner, some light post mark ink on the front and writing on the front.
Another set of cards in halftone lithography were printed in a wider range of colors using a very bright pallet. Source: Art Manufacturing Company Originally based in Amelia, Ohio this company operated between 1908 and 1915. This wonderful post card is numbere 98787. Wanted to buy--postcards from there. Patrick's Post Card, Christmas Post Cards, Thanksgiving Post Card, New Years Post Cards, Clapsaddle Post Card, Brundage Post Card, Tuck Post Card, Postcard, Vintage Postcard, Antique postcards Categories Postcards U.