Their cards were printed in both Saxony and Great Britain. This firm later went on to produce photochromes. Panek Frank Sternad Joyce Fischer John Parsons Bob Swanson Tom Fritz Alan Patterson Gretchen S. These stories are hilarious lol. Next is a Plastichrome postcard by Colourpicture with a more typical 1950s comic style. Designed to resemble a postcard album, the cards and their lengthy, informative captions are presented in a convenient topical arrangement.
Printer: Print Process: Postmark Date: No: 5308, 21058N, 27878 Published Date: Publisher: Levin Brothers. Is a wall calendar in the picture? Quick Reference Real Photo Old Postcard Dating Guide This chart is not as complete as the detailed information available in the Stamp Box links above. Initially issued as tinted halftones for the Panama Pacific International Exposition, this same name continued to be used on other cards including those printed as linens. The same theme is continued in various styles on the next two postcards. Tomikichiro Tokuriki 1923-1999 Kyoto, Japan A woodblock artist who produced both prints and postcards. While most of these cards have borders, some were also issued as bleeds.
At this time they began publishing postcards, many with unusual pictorial backs to promote their services. Since postcards originated in Austria, publishing companies formed in Europe before they did in America. The firm of Curt Teich flourished because of its line of linen postcards. According to site this type of logo was used between 1904 and 1918 No: Published Date: 1986 Publisher: Printer: Print Process: Kodak Postmark Date: May have Photo by H. Donna Pinckley highlights this issue by taking photos of interracial couples in the. The required postage was a 1-cent adhesive stamp.
To distinguish a printed postcard from a real photo postcard, examine it under a magnifying glass and you will see the dot pattern that is characteristic of printed cards. When Thwaites retired in 1932 he sold his business to Schallerer who ran it until its sale in 1965. With the declining sale of photographs and postcards during World War I and the introduction of new and cheaper printing methods, the Detroit Publishing Company went out of business in 1924; but not without first leaving an important imprint on the country. Do the buildings have window air conditioners? Some of the later chrome postcards included temperatures, either printed or as a blank that could be filled in. The codes appear either on the scenic side or in the postage box. They are most famous for publishing cards for the King and Queen of England. It had no information about tens of thousands of post offices that closed before that year or opened afterwards.
Before you write and tell us that we can negotiate a better deal than 5 percent, we know that. All cards were printed in color gravure and have white borders with an irregular edge. Print Process: Plastichrome Postmark Date: No: K-8824 Published Date: Publisher: Printer: Tichnor Bros. Kropp, Arthur Livingston, Ed Lowey, H. Compiled and edited by Topeka native Don Harmon, the book provides a pictorial view of the city's development and progress from the early 1900's forward. They also produced an early Tichnor Gloss series in offset lithography that was so heavily retouched they floated somewhere between being artist drawn and being a photograph. Over 500 high quality color images, offering 25 categories of Linen postcards, are included.
It was mailed from California in 1909. This episode's topics interracial dating, growing up with strict parents and first time expectations. As more research is done and corrections are made to data on the existing lists, we intend to make exchange upgrades available. The Reality Series consisted of greetings, children, actresses, and military themes produced as real photo postcards. T ips for determining when a U. More than two-thirds of those have been sold since it was published in February, 1996, and I do not plan to reprint it.
They were the owners to the American rights to a process for lithographically adding color to black and white negatives. The album divides an engaging assortment of more than 150 representative views from John Vander Maas' consummate collection at the University of Iowa Libraries into five sections: Trains and Rolling Stock; Depots and Railway Stations; The Railroad Corridor; People and Railroads; and the Lighter Side of Railroading. The next postcard is a Continental size card by Curteich. Aquarelle were made to imitated the look of hand coloring. They seem to have had an affinity with Orientalism, reproducing paintings in this genre and publishing artist signed cards of the Arabian Tales. However, it is important to remember that these dates and time periods are not concrete—they are only generalizations of trends in the postcard industry.
Another theme used more than once was skiing, contrasting water skiing in a warm place with snow skiing in a cold icy place. Their business name was changed to The Topps Co. Seckel, Souvenir Postal Card Company, Star Printing Company, Ferdinand Strauss, Universal Postal Card Company, and Walter Wirths, as well as numerous other smaller publishers. Postcard overprints are cross referenced with their original listings in the Comprehensive Catalog Chapter 3. The scenes are more creative than the typical orange, snowball, beach, skiing ones and are numbered 275 to 279.