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"Come all ye youths and maidens to ye / Sunday School / on ye / [Sixth] / day of [Sept.] / at / [9:45] / o'clock" with art showing a medieval herald on horseback with trumpet, for the Edgewood Presbyterian Sunday School Junior Department, mailed to John Davison in 1925, small top corner crease, paper starting to brown with age but still attractive. $3.00 rp(e)
"Step into our / TEACHER'S SHOES // We shall be -- / LOOKING FOR YOU -- / Next Sunday" back (shown) continues comparing a Sunday school teacher to a magician about to pull something from his hat; unused post card on brownish paper, published by All-Church Publicity Association in Wichita Kansas, minor edge wear. $3.75 rmk
"This is to certify that Gill Kovacs visited the Hebron United Presbyterian / Sunday School" on R. D. 1, Imperial Pa., as certified by the signature of their Secretary Constance White; illustrated post card with no writing on back, printed by D. C. Cook Company. Attractive. $2.50 p(i)rg
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REAL ESTATE POST CARDS & REALTOR POSTCARDS
the / Crowd!® // JUST LISTED" continental advertising postcard fro an
Absecon New Jersey ReMax realtor, mailed 1998, 2 tiny corner creases, scrape
on back from postal equipment. $0.50 r
"Another Home Sold!" continental advertising postcard fro an Absecon New Jersey ReMax realtor, mailed 1998, a little edge wear, trace of cancel ink on front. $0.50 r
"Another Smithville Listing 'Sold'" continental advertising post card for a New Jersey realtor, mailed to Ohio, minor edge wear, a little cancel ink shows in the front margins. $0.75 rn(s). Same, but less wear & less cancel ink on front. $1.00 rn(s)
"Earn a superior living--living in & selling / the finest quality, luxury model homes!" unused 6/97 business reply card to American Elite Homes in Kannapolis North Carolina. $1.00 (r)
"For Lease -- 155,00 S. F. (Will Divide) / I-75 and Needmore Road -- Dayton, Ohio / Mid-States Development Co. ..." unused real estate advertising postcard published by Barry Behrle (Vice President of builder Con/Steel Corporation), excellent condition. $2.50 ro(d)g
"FREE REAL ESTATE SAMPLER" unused color business reply card from United Country Real Estate in Kansas City Missouri, excellent condition. $1.00 r
Government postal card mailed FEB 14 1927 at Marcus Iowa by County Treasurer Ray Adsit , with his handwritten response totaling taxes on several properties for W. L. Gund (who had a real estate license). Slight smearing of request ink in a few places. $2.50 rg(a)i(c)
"GREENDALE AD. / 27th / & HARDESTY AV. / OFFICE / LOTS 40 ft. x 112 to 150 ft. / $160 to $360 / $10 Down & / $5 Month / T. J. - J. J. Green & Co. / 919 Baltimore" our caption from the real-estate salesman's shack, his horse-drawn buggy similarly signed; sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed AUG 30 1911 at Kansas City Missouri to Mr. J. C. Cripe in Berthold North Dakota by his nephew Bert, 2 stress marks near one bottom corner, slight oxidation consistent with age, light vertical rubber band mark above horse. The realtor is possibly Garrett Ellison who had his offices at 919 Baltimore Avenue; you can read a biography of him in the Missouri Valley Special Collections of the KC Public Library. Rare! Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. m(k)rhg(e)
"Happy Holidays!" refrigerator magnet 2002 calendar with multiple pages sent by a Hilliard Ohio realtor, a bit longer than a continental postcard so a little wear to the top edge. $1.00 rc
"Hotel Stonewall Jackson-San Benito, Texas 6-0-338" an exterior corner view including readable signage--The Parker Company Real Estate / Al & Lloyd Parker Co. and Dine / Dance / Patio; Kodak real photo postcard with writing on the back 'This is where I slave."; trivial wear at one upper corner, otherwise excellent condtion. $4.00 t(s)r& NEW / NEU / NOUVEAU
"HOW TO / Prepare & sell / your house / quickly / at top dollar" multicolor unused business reply card from a Gahanna Ohio realtor. $1.00 ro
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"I have the largest and oldest land / business of any person in the county. Send me your land to sell. Lands / bought and sold. ..." 1890 advertising of the N. F. Weber, Law, Loan & Land Office on government postal card, brownish paper, clear APR 22 1890 cancel of Clarion Iowa. County referred to is Wright County Iowa. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 irl
"Jalapeño cornbread / Serves 9. Nutrition per serving " unused continental Columbus Ohio realtor promotion from which the recipe can be separated. $1.00
"JOY DINGLER / JUST SOLD / ANOTHER HOME!" in Northfield New Jersey, continental realtor advertising postcard mailed 2002, address label scraped. $0.75 rn
"Just sold. / We helped your / neighbor sell their / property." continental postcard meter mailed from a Westerville Ohio realtor (about a Columbus Ohio property). $1.00 ro. Same but with a tiny corner bend. $0.75 ro
"JUST TO LET YOU KNOW" continental ad for Murray Realty in Columbus Ohio, mailed by permit, ink smear on back, trivial edge wear. $1.25 or
"LET EXPERIENCE WORK FOR YOU / OVER 25 YRS. IN REAL ESTATE / MARILYN HUGHES, CRS, GRI " refrigerator magnet with 1997 calendar, for realtor in Columbus Ohio, red & white, about continental size. $1.00 orc
"Market Street, Looking East, Warsaw, Ind." with a streetcar passing the real estate office of Hickman & Neff, color from W. R. Thomas, made in Germany circa 1909, long internal crease & 2 smaller ones, corner & edge wear, lightly toned front, initials in upper left front corner, as is. There is another real estate office on the opposite corner. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 isr
"OHIO COMPANY LAND OFFICE / This oldest standing building in Ohio and the / Northwest Territory is located on the terrace at the rear of Campus Martius Museum, Marietta, / Ohio." unused chrome postcard with good edges. $1.00 rmo(m)
"OTTAWA HILLS / THE E. H. CLOSE REALTY COMPANY / TOLEDO, OHIO // RESTING SPOT - HILLSIDE PATH / DESIGN BY JOHN J. WATSON" real photo postcard mailed 1918 at Perrysburg to Mrs. Willis Alden in Maumee Ohio by her daughter Myrtle, overpaid with a 2-cent stamp, oxidation consistent with age, upper corner crease partly within the border, message in pencil so just a little toning on back from that source. A real estate postcard purposed to display one of the amenities of that affluent bedroom suburb of Toledo, but put to private use. John J. Watson was a landscape architect who is most noted for his design of the 4 Ringling Isles of the Florida Keys. Rare: when we searched the Internet we found no other offers, no recorded sales, and no exhibitions of it. $20.00 o(o)rg(a)a
"Recipe of the Month Club" with a chef & serving platter in silhouette, for realtor in Columbus Ohio, unmailed bulk rate continental-size card that opens up, recipe for honey-pecan pork cutlets within, long but inconspicuous bend at one corner. $1.25 orrs
"ROASTED VEGGIES" continental with detachable recipe card, ad for realtor in Columbus Ohio, unmailed & fresh. $1.25 orr
"SOME INTERESTING FIGURES / ON THE OTHER SIDE // National / Photographic Company / Chicago / 3094" advertising agricultural Alabama real estate available from the Alabama Land & Lumber Company on Dearborn Street in Chicago, mailed MAR 7 1908 to C. J. Stackwell in Grand Ledge Michigan (where it was received the next day). One of 5 example offers: 40 acres near Citronelle, all level land for cultivation was $400. Rare: Nothing like it for sale or exhibited when we searched the Internet. $9.00 ra(g)i(c)a
"SPECIAL EXCURSION / MEXICO-AMERICAN LAND CO." sepia-tone postcard with red caption, mailed December 20 1910 at Bunkerhill Kansas by Mabel Ely to Mr. Don Ely in Galion Ohio, upper left front corner reduced slightly by sender's scissors cut to separate it from a panoramic view, hint of cancel ink on front. The company, based in Kansas City, was previously unsuccessful at establishing a canal across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in Oaxaca State. But this scene is not in Oaxaca. There are only 8 snow-capped peaks in Mexico. The silhouettes of the volcanic mountains in the distance definitively place this scene in Veracruz State, looking towards the west at the foothills & Volcán Citlaltépetl (dormant since 1687 & North America's third highest peak). Apparently the original panoramic view (of which this was part) was distributed to by-then quite probably disgruntled investors to prove there was land worth developing in Veracruz State -- with its flat terrain & reasonable roads having some appeal to farmers. Any material on this company is scarce: most of it is in Spanish, and images such as this are unheard of today. $37.50 m(v)rvg PRICE REDUCED RECENTLY
"STATE OF IOWA / Dear Sir: / Your application for a real estate license and your remittance / have been received. / ... / REAL ESTATE COMMISSIONER / James R. Leverett / Executive Secretary" printed form of government postal card mailed 1941 to W. L. Gund of Marcus Iowa, tiny corner crease, toning near one front corner. $3.25 rg(l)g(g)
"ST. CROIX BY THE SEAR / ERIK LAWAETZ -- Realtor-Owner / JOIN CLUB SANTA LUCIA / Charter membership " printed ad for a golf & beach club covers message side on this unused chrome postcard showing a swimming pool, fresh appearance. $1.25
"THE BLUFFS / The Bluffs is located on the Old Mission Peninsula, / 7 miles north of Traverse City..." with ad for Ed Petty Real Estate on back. unused chrome post card. (Multiples available) $1.25 each
"The Cliffs" unused continental advertising postcard for real estate in North Carolina & South Carolina, from the company at Travellers Rest South Carolina, paper bends along one short edge, toned lower left front corner, as is. $0.50 r
"TIMBER RIDGE--Beautiful mansard roofed " unused chrome advertising condo real estate in Carol Stream Illinois, fresh appearance. $1.50 ir
"VICTOR BUILDING / 10th and Main Streets / Kansas City, Missouri" post card mailed there 1908, handstamp of Willock Realty & Loan Co. on front (an occupant of that building) to Mrs. S. C. Willock in Kansas City Mo., album marks on back corners. $4.00 m(k)rg
"WE ARE NOW LEASING / COTTAGES AND BUILDING SITES AT THE / OLD DAM ON THE WABASH / ADDRESS CHARLES DAWSON, NEW HARMONY, IND. R. R. No. 1 1519-30" including a dog with a stick in its mouth, real estate advertising from Curt Teich & Co., unused, fresh appearance, good edges. $6.00 ird
"We make all / Kinds of Queens and Nassau / Searches for / Attorneys / And Real Estate / Brokers... / CLARKE & FROST / ... / 215 Montague Street, Brooklyn / ..." with other addresses given, printed ad on 1-c government postal card mailed 1916 from Long Island City, yellowish paper, tiny corner crease, cancel ink on front, lightly toned back. $1.50 n(b)r
"Winsted, Conn. 33 65 Acres. $2075 / A good house of 8 rooms, a good barn / for 9 head, new house 12 x 50 nearly com- / pleted, 22 acres in fields, cutting 20 tons hay, ... / E. A. STROUT CO., / F. N. MOORE, Agt., 119 Main St., Winsted, Conn." real photo postcard of the real estate with many additional details on back, such as equipment included; mailed circa 1910 to A. E. Leedle in Bedford Michigan, minor corner wear. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 c(w)rg(m)a
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