Postcard 11 Postcards Tucks Jotter German Embossed Parrot Ship
Here are 11 vintage postcards circa 1910-1914, from the World War I era. All came from one estate sale, exchanged between 2 people, Harold and Della. All are postally unsent except one but they are inscribed on the backs. Seven are inscribed on front with the name Harold or with Harold's initials, neatly and in ink. All have worn or bumped corners, areas of browning on backs. Other condition details will be included next to each. They are as follows:
- 3 Tuck's: Raphael Tuck & Sons, All from "O'er Hill and Dale" Series 132, all are embossed. Inscribed on back (2 in pencil, 1 in pencil and ink) and lightly on front lower edge: Harold. 2 have a one creased corners. The one with a man walking on the road has white scratches on raised surface going from the man toward the right side.
- 1 "Jotter" - Back is marked with PFU logo No. 5118 ohne Goldschmitt and No. 5119 mit ". Inscribed on back in pencil and on front: Harold.
- 4 embossed German postcards, marked with PFU logo and SERIE 8554 (10 commandments) These are: shall do no murder, shalt not steal, shalt not commit adultery, and shalt not covet (has a crease bottom left corner. All are inscribed on back, 3 in pencil, but postally unsent. Commandment numbers in ink on front... not real obvious.
- Very detailed embossed parrot saying Hello, with glitter. American Eagle logo on back. Inscribed on back in pencil. Initialed on front in ink. Light brown circle stains in upper corner near Hello.
- Embossed sailing ship seen through window of rock with surrounding ivy leaves and flowers with blue and green tinting. Inscribed on back and initialed on front in ink.
- Birthday Greetings with ship, printed in Germany, Serie 5400 - Postally sent Feb 5, 1910. Initialed on front with Howard's initials.
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