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CARDS & PAKISTANI POSTCARDS
Islāmī Jamhūriya-i-Pākistān / Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Pakistán / Pákistán / Pakistanas / Pakitana / Paquistán /
পাকিস্তান / Пакистан / पाकिस्तान / Πακιστάν / 巴基斯坦 / ਪਾਕਿਸਤਾਨ
|"Afghanistan, King Zahir Shah with Pakistan
1958" black & white image in horizontal format within yellow border, 2002
copyright, unused oversize post card in near mint condition. $2.50 ahpr#
"Afghan pedlar(sic) on the / streets of Quetta Pakistan" displaying hats, furs & a rug; home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 from Burnettsville Indiana. Quetta is in Baluchistan. $2.00 pb
"A woman polishing her brass by rubbing sand on" caption from interesting message on back, showing a seated woman whose face is well covered, real photo post card mailed 8 June 1953 from Karachi to Indiana (clear POST EARLY slogan cancel ties 2-a & 6-a stamps). Minor corner & edge wear, 2 tiny spots in front border. Exceptionally interesting both sides. $6.00 p-p
"Baluchistan tribesmen" showing 2 women cooking near a tent, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 from Idaville Indiana. $2.00 bp
"Baluchistan tribesmen / on the move." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1962 from Chalmers Indiana. $2.00
"GENERAL POST OFFICE, LAHORE / No. 16 Shunker, Dass & Co., Lahore" showing its exterior & a man carrying a ladder in the foreground, unused black & white postcard, circa 1908 - 1910, good edges. At the time Lahore was in India, but it is now in Pakistan. $6.50 ipp NEW / NOUVEAU / NUEVO
"GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, LAHORE. / No. 19. Shunker, Dass & Co., Lahore" showing its exterior in vertical format, unused black & white postcard with brown caption, divided back, trivial wear at two corners, paper browning lightly & evenly with age. At the time Lahore was in India, but it is now in Pakistan. $8.00 ip
"GULABI GARDEN, LAHORE. / No. 6. Shunker, Dass & Co., Lahore" including a building there, unused black & white postcard with brown caption, divided back, trivial wear at one corner, paper browning lightly & evenly with age. At the time Lahore was in India, but it is now in Pakistan. $8.00 ip
"HAZURI GARDEN, LAHORE / No. 17. Shunker, Dass & Co., Lahore" including a building there, unused black & white postcard with brown caption, divided back, trivial wear at one corner, paper browning lightly & evenly with age. At the time Lahore was in India but it is now in Pakistan. $8.00 ip%
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"JAHANGIR'S TOMB, SHADARA, LAHORE. / Shunker, Dass & Co., Lahore" showing its exterior with tower, unused black & white postcard with brown caption, divided back, minor corner wear, paper browning lightly & evenly with age. At the time, Lahore was in India, but it is now in Pakistan. (2 available) $7.50 each. icp
"Karachi--Barber" unique printer's proof for a real photo postcard (good contrast & focus) that would eventually be entitled 'Karachi--Street Barber' (change noted on back), cropping lines on front to delimit the image ultimately shown, main image cut out & put on a grayish background to obscure unwanted clutter in the original shot. Obviously unique & exceptionally interesting. $15.00 pb
"Lahore. A Persian Wheel" unused black & white postcard with brown caption, undivided back, minor corner & edge wear, paper browning lightly & evenly with age. A Persian wheel is a device for extracting power from the passage of water; in this case, the water passes beneath the device. Many water mills work on this principle. Lahore was in India at the time, but is now in Pakistan. $10.00 ipw*
ORIENT AIRWAYS, LIMITED. Unused black-and-white continental postcard depicting its Convair CV-240-7 in flight over mountainous terrain, from a Convair photo, near mint. On 14 March 1953 this aircraft crashed at Kalasahar India; all 16 aboard perished. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.75 aipd#
PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES. Unused regular-size post card showing its Fokker F-27-200 Friendship at Karachi in November 1984, printed in Switzerland, slight curl to the paper, otherwise excellent condition. On August 25 1989 this airplane crashed at Gilgit Pakistan; all 54 aboard perished. $12.00 apd
PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES. Continental color photo showing its Fairchild-Hiller FH-227 (AP-BAL) ready to board, good composition & focus, contrast a bit low. Rare. $5.00 ap
PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES. Continental color photograph of its Lockheed L-1049 on the ground, good composition & focus. Rare. $5.00 ap
"Use this / Pakistan" unique printer's proof with selection note for a real photo postcard (good contrast & focus) that depicts a young man wearing rain gear operating a motor-scooter powered taxicab. Detail is good, the license numbers can easily be read. Obviously unique because the caption has yet to be added. $15.00 pt
"Village barber and customer, tribal area of / the Northwest Frontier of Pakistan between / Peshawar and Kohat." circa-1966 chrome postcard. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 pb-ap
Wanted to buy--better postcards from the Punjab province. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c NEW / NOUVEAU / NUEVO
"WAZIR KHAN MOSQUE, LAHORE. / No. 5. Shunker, Dass & Co., Lahore." including a market beside it, circa 1910 when still in India; black & white postcard with brown caption, trivial corner wear, otherwise surprisingly fresh. $8.00 ip
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