Dating raphael tuck postcards
.00 a(w)st* POST CARD 7731."SHAKESPEARE'S COUNTRY.-- Leicester's Hospital, Warwick." with Fred Whitehead art, unused Tuck Oilette Postcard 7731 (Shakespeare's Country Series VI), printed in England, fairly fresh with good edges. On this bar were formerly exhibited the heads of traitors such as Llewellyn & the father of Edward IV. Unmentioned in our Lowe reference, but listed in a 1930 post card catalogue. "Sweets to the Sweet" signed HDS art depicting a black girl giving a black boy a taste of her cookie, Tuck Oilette Postcard 9049 (from a series that used a racial epithet in its name) mailed 1906, a few tiny speckles of cancel ink show in the sky, a little raindrop smearing of ink on the back, minor corner rounding. Tuck postcard 9274, unused, with trivial toning on the back, & a bit of wear at the upper left front corner. DEUTSCH'S AIRSHIP" claiming to show what was then the largest airship ever built; unused Tuck Oilette postcard printed in England, trivial corner wear, otherwise fairly fresh. Issued 1911-1914 with a red overprint 'CHRISTMAS GREETINGS'. Issued 1911-1914 with a red overprint 'A HAPPY CHRISTMAS'. Minor corner & edge wear, light album toning on the back. .00 ba(m)t Another printing, with more muted colors, shown right, unused, light toning on back. "THE HOWARD WRIGHT BIPLANE & YACHTS IN THE SOLENT" unused Oilette postcard printed in England, yellowish paste spots on back obscure the series number & other information, good edges. Wimbush art depicting a small steamer approaching passengers at the small village, unused Tuck Oilette post card 7687, printed in England, minor wear to 2 corners. / The Henllan Falls." unused Tuck Oilette Postcard 7742 with monogram signature of artist Edgar Longstaffe, printed in England, light album toning on the back, trivial wear to the bottom corners. 7787 (Series V York), unused postcard, small spot of light toning on back, minor corner wear. 'Over Soft Snow'" showing 2 cross-country skiers in vertical format, Tuck Oilette Postcard 7827 with caption on the back, name penned in address area, minor toning on back, minor corner rounding. "Kelso Abbey" color postcard with hard-to-read caption at the bottom right front, Tuck Rapholette postcard number 8014, mailed there 1910 (crisp cancel), considerable corner & edge wear, back paper browned with age. 8935, issued compliments of the Christian Herald, printed in England, good edges & fairly fresh. The railroad itself, begun in 1852 was the first railway on the African continent. DEUTSCH'S AIRSHIP 'LA VILLE DE PARIS'" claiming to show what was then the largest airship ever built; Tuck Oilette postcard with art prepared from a real photograph, fairly fresh with good edges. SANTOS DUMONT'S AEROPLANE." art showing his experimental flight on November 12 1906, Tuck Oilette post card with seldom-seen Tuck advertisement on the back for their Picture Puzzle Postcard 'society's latest pastime'! .25 a(t)tm POSTCARD SERIES 9857 (SHIPS OF THE AIR). Robert Mc Clure in Detroit Michigan (1 postage due), long upper corner crease, bottom corner bend, thin on the upper left of back, large scrap in center of clouds suggests a clumsy attempt at cancel ink removal there.
.50 aut"AN IMPERIAL AIRWAYS PASSENGER AEROPLANE". Unused regular-size sepia-tone Tuck real photo post card showing its Daimler Airways DH 34 (G-EBBY) parked on grass, 3 tiny spots of toning in the sky, paper starting to brown evenly with age--we're talking the 1920's here! .00 aut "Beach Road, Lagos" unused & unnumbered Tuck Sepia post card, specially published for the Church Missionary Society in Lagos Nigeria, printed in England, back paper browning with age, minor corner rounding. Bleriot's Aeroplane on which he crossed the Channel from Calais to Dover, July 25th 1909" as shown by Messrs. 0.00 a(p)ta, album adherences on front, album adherences on back. Fletcher Watson, signature hard to read) on an Oilette postcard mailed 1JU27 04 to Nottingham, light album impressions at the corners, mild corner & edge wear. Fletcher Watson art on an unused Oilette postcard, light toning both sides, minor corner & edge wear. "Cheapside, London" on a busy day with pedestrian & horse-drawn traffic, postcard mailed in London to Miss Gertrude H. "Town Hall, Liverpool" unused Oilette Postcard, printed in England, album impressions at the corners, very light toning on back. This pier was modified in the 1950's; but here we see the 1888 version. "The Cliffs and Steps to the Sands, Bournemouth." looking out to the sea, many gulls in the air; unused Tuck Oilette Postcard 1489 (Rough Seas), printed in England, very light toning on back, faint album marks at back corners, good edges. "Shakespeare Cliff, Dover." with many gulls & 2 small children for scale; Tuck Oilette post card mailed JUN 21 1905 from Monticello New York to Miss Celia Grinnell in Kings Ferry New York, trivial corner wear, a small spot of extra cancel ink on back obscures nothing. High School" printed at a slight tilt, Tuck Raphotype postcard No., 5698, undivided back, mailed JAN 20 1908 (clear BOS. Fulleylove art on unused Tuck Oilette post card 7321 (Edinburgh Series I), slight album impressions at the corners, good edges. "EDINBURGH.--View from the Castle" including a man & some pigeons for scale, J.
.00 ntr"Merry / Christmas / Greetings" art showing a church in winter surrounded by a frame of holly leaves & berries, undivided back Tuck 'Holly Postcard' (unnumbered), penciled message both sides, minor corner & edge wear, front lightly toned. There are white paper adherences at the lower front corners that partially obscure the caption; but there is no doubt what the caption is. The lower back corners have been thinned; at first I thought it was more adherences. "Sous le Cap / Quebec" with a few pedestrians & a dog; signed Charles Flower art in vertical format on an unused Tuck Oilette Postcard No. / 'Darby and Joan.' / 'Darby dear, we are / old and grey.'" hearthside with their dog; unused postcard with divided back printed in England, album impressions at the corners, top back corners thinned from album removal. Four post cards illustrating the song "Comin' thro' the rye" all unused with divided backs, printed in England, album impressions at the corners, top back corners thinned from album removal. Fletcher Watson art on an Oilette post card, divided back, printed in England, minor corner & edge wear. Bridgman in Keene New Hampshire, small upper corner bend, 2 short internal creases from the bottom edge not easily seen, small rubber band adhesion to the center lower edge. "Dove Holes / DOVEDALE" showing some of the limestone quarries; post card mailed NO 27 1905 from Warrington England (socked-on-nose cancel on one penny stamp) to Miss Nellie Ogilvie in Highland Park Illinois (receiving mark DEC 7), upper corner crease, minor corner wear elsewhere, lightly toned back. "SAILING BOATS, BLACKPOOL." being met by waders, spectators & a wagon; Tuck Oilette Postcard 1460 (Blackpool), mailed there 1905 to William H. in Philadelphia, bottom corners crease, other corner & edge wear is minor, toned back. "Bold Street, / Liverpool" with pedestrian & horse-drawn traffic; unused Oilette Postcard, printed in England, bottom corner crease in caption area only, trivial edge wear. .00 te(d)o POST CARD 1496 (ROUGH SEAS ON THE DEVON COAST). Torquay." unused Tuck Oilette postcard, light album marks at the corners, noticeable edge wear at the right front, trivial corner wear. cancel almost complete) to Miss Ethel Levy in Crestline Ohio; long upper corner crease, dark toning at the front edges. Third Street." Tuck Raphotype Postcard with undivided back, mailed to Miss Mary Caldwell in Coolville Ohio (RFD 3 9/20/07 12-M hand cancel in violet), mild corner wear & rounding, light toning both sides from album contract. Fulleylove art on unused Tuck Oilette post card 7321 (Edinburgh Series I), slight album impressions at the corners, good edges. / The Humboldt Glacier, North Greenland / 200 feet high, 60 miles long.
We have seen cancelled cards from this series mailed 1906. If you have the patience to remove the front adherences and don't mind the back thinning, you will have a fine looking card. / Quebec." with a few pedestrians & a horse-drawn cart; signed Charles Flower art in vertical format on an unused Tuck Oilette Postcard No. 1042 (Quebec), minor corner wear, faint album marks on back corners. .00 each, or all 4 for .25 tm POSTCARD 1163 (IN DICKENS LAND). .75 te(d)o POSTCARD 1498 (ROUGH SEAS IRISH COAST). Wheeling Wharf." near a bridge, with a sternwheeler alongside; Tuck Raphotype Postcard No. The informational printing on back misspells the word curios as 'curious', so we suspect the life of this version was short. The Royal Institution & National Gallery are in the distance.
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Album Marks - Discoloration or heavy indentations on the corners of the cards from the acid, leaching out of the antique album pages, or from weight. Antique Postcards - Although the word Antique is generally considered to mean an item over 100 years old, many collectors use the term antique postcards to describe cards of the 1893 - 1920 period, also known as the Golden Age.
You can change your preferences any time in your Privacy Settings.Album Marks - Discoloration or heavy indentations on the corners of the cards from the acid, leaching out of the antique album pages, or from weight. Antique Postcards - Although the word Antique is generally considered to mean an item over 100 years old, many collectors use the term antique postcards to describe cards of the 1893 - 1920 period, also known as the Golden Age.