(POSTCARD DEPARTMENT OF JUDNICK.COM)
How to Order
Articles Discount Policy Return Policy Consignments
Shipping/Handling Other Postal Services Shipments Abroad
Abbreviations Explained Search Whole Site Appraisals
Shows Customers Write Unique Gift Ideas Links
TAXIDERMY ON POSTCARDS & POST CARDS;
ALSO, TECHNOLOGY PUBLICATIONS
What's new? Items
marked NEW / NOUVEAU / NUEVO.
A more compact format has been adopted throughout.
Friend us or follow us on Facebook.com at Judnick Postcards.
Follow us on Twitter.com @PostcardBill for special offers & news!
Reminders: All items are offered
subject to prior sale.
Quantities available: one each unless stated otherwise.
We reserve the right to correct typographical errors.
Unless noted, prices do not include postage or insurance.
E-mail any questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
CARDS & TASMANIAN POSTCARDS
TASMANIE / TASMANIEN / TASMÁNIA
Australia has less geographically specific cards,
pertaining to the country as a whole.
|"A shepherd in Tasmania" well done
home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1962 at East Waterford Pennsylvania. $1.50
"AT NEW NORFOLK" with a steamer underway with passengers, unused photograph the size of a regular-size postcard, blank back upon which is written 'New Norfolk is 25 miles up the Derwent River from Hobart', lightly toned. Hard to find. 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 ts(r)
"BEACH AT SANDY BAY. HOBART. TASMANIA. VALENTINES SERIES. M4631" unused circa-1923 sepia-tone real photo postcard, printed at a tilt with respect to its good edges. Rare, possibly withdrawn after the misprinting. In any event, no other offers, no recorded sales & no exhibits when we searched the Internet. $18.00 t NEW / NOUVEAU / NUEVO
"Derwent Valley Tasmania" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1962 at Shileysburg Pennsylvania. $1.50 t%
"HOBART, FROM BELLERIVE, TASMANIA" unused sepia-tone real photo postcard with glossy finish & low contrast, back says 'Issued by the Government of the Commonwealth of / Australia to the Officers and Men of the American Fleet. / July - August, 1925', 2 back corners with tiny album adherences, good edges. $5.50 t*
Please E-mail us to
propose reciprocal links
"Rich fleece of a Merino / ram in Tasmania." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 in Heilwood Pennsylvania. $1.50 t%
"Tasmania's scenery" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 at Kirkwood Pennsylvania. $1.50 t%
"Tasmania wool brings eager buyers." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1962 at Ernest Pennsylvania. $1.50 t
"THE ROSE SERIES P. 12348 THE LILY POND, BOTANICAL GARDENS, HOBART, TAS." real photo postcard with good contrast & composition, fresh appearance, slight oxidation. $3.25 t*
"T.S. TAROONA, RIVER TAMAR, TAS. Purling Series A710" unused Kodak Australia real photo post card with pleasing contrast & good edges, autographed on the back by the assistant purser M. Robertson & the purser R. E. Hawson. Despite the word River in the location name this body of water is actually tidal & saline over its entire length; hence the ship is a coastal ship. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 ts(c)g(h)g(r)
"VK7EQ" Sulphur Creek shortwave (14.026 Mhz) QSL card used 1990 by operator Steve Bush, 2 small QSL labels on back. $2.00 t
To order from this
POSTCARDS & POST CARDS
See also Tatarstan postal history.
TATTOO POST CARDS
TATUAGGI / TATUAJES / TAPTOE
"A NIGHT OF UNDEFEATED HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONS" continental publicity card for a
Columbus Ohio event promoted by Powers Championship Boxing, near mint. Pictured on front
are Wes Caldwell, Stephan Pryor, Colin Bumgarner, Billy Evans (center, arms heavily
tattooed), Tim Riggs, Kevin Brown & Eric Deer. $2.50 sot!
Wanted to buy--exceptional or early real photo postcards of tattooed men & women and/or tattoo artists. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio. *c
"'arms around us' / S.F. tattooists: Bill Salmon / and Junii " from a color photograph © 1991, post card autographed on the back for us by the photographer (back shown lower left).
"'bill and junii III' / S.F. tattooists Junii and Bill Salmon" both nude from the waist up, from a black & white photograph © 1991, postcard autographed on the back for us by the photographer (front shown above right).
"'loving flesh" couple both nude from the waist up, from a black & white photograph ©1991, post card autographed on the back for us by the photographer (front shown above left).
"'the sword and the snake'" shows arm with snake tattoo superimposed on image of Mideastern dancer balancing sword on her head, from a black & white photo © 1991, post card autographed on the back for us by the photographer.
The above 4 postcards plus "Gypsy Caravan / Quest" (front shown bottom right), an advertising card with corner crease for the photographer's studio in Portland Oregon. $12.50 tpo
To order from this
TAXI POSTCARDS &
TAXICAB POST CARDS
CABS / TASSI / TÁXIS
|"#542 / CLEVELAND HOPKINS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT / Cleveland Ohio / The new terminal, which serves 3,150,000 people / annually..."
including 6 yellow taxicabs, unused chrome postcard from Dexter Press, fresh appearance.
"101Z--GENERAL MITCHELL FIELD / AIR TERMINAL / MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN" including 3 yellow taxicabs, unused chrome post card from L. L. Cook Company, fresh appearance, good edges. $1.50 awt%
"1/2/7 - Rinehart's Bus - at Clifton" approximately 2.5" x 4.5" in winter, photograph captioned as quoted, neat violet handstamp of Rapid Photo Service Inc. & faint glue striping on back. We realize there are several localities named Clifton. But, considering our source, we believe that this was a taxi service from Dayton Ohio to outlying communities such as the village of Clifton. We take the date to be 1917, not 1907, after comparison with other taxi images. $8.00 o(c)btg
"3226 / GRAND UNION HOTEL, SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y." with a couple of horse-drawn taxis waiting near the front entrance; circa 1912 postcard from the Ullman Manufacturing Company, very late usage at Galway New York, small upper corner crease, all corners with noticeable wear & rounding, couple tiny spots of toning show in the front borders. $4.00 n(s)t
"53 GRENOBLE. -- La Gare -- LL." Showing many horse-drawn carriages awaiting fares in France, sepia-tone post card with green back, unused, album marks on back. $4.25
"921. PARIS-Moderne - Les femmes cochers / Hé cochčre ! Ętes vous libre? C. M." man hails a female driving a fiacre, asking if she is free; carte postale with subtle colors mailed 1909 from Paris to Portland Maine, stamp removed with slight thinning to the back paper, light toning both sides. The question in the caption is the beginning of at least one French joke: when the cabby replies that she is, the rejoinder is 'Alors, vive la liberté!' or 'Then long live liberty!' with so many double-entrendres that we dare not list them here. $16.00 tf(p)h
"'Am Potsdamer Platz' Dienstmann. Droschkenkutscher. / No. 626. D. R. G. M. s. Neuheiten Vertrieb Novitas, Berlin S. 42" showing cabby & bellman outside a hotel, sepia-tone postcard with red caption, undivided back, unused, good edges, unusual subject matter. $25.00 gtp
"ARE YOU GOING TO RAISE / YOUR FORD TO BE A JITNEY // OH! YOU / JITNEY BUS!" with signed Cobb X. Shinn art depicting a farmer's comment on a passing vehicle hitting a rock & propelling the back-seat riders upward; unused circa-1916 post card, mild corner rounding, light toning both sides. In addition to a bus, a jitney can also be considered as a shared taxi. $5.00 a(s)abt
"CAMEL CARRIAGE (INDIA)" post card mailed there 1961 to New York, minor edge wear. $3.75 t
"DERNED IF THET / AIN'T MORE'N I'D / GIVE FER IT" says old traveler pondering a nickel taxi ride in a Ford; signed Witt art on an unused post card from the Auto Comics series, spotty toning both sides, minor corner wear. $3.00 a(w)act NEW / NOUVEAU / NUEVO
To order from this
"Dresden. Hôtel Kaiser Wilhelm. / (Inh. Albin Pansdorf.)" including 2 cabbies waiting nearby for a fare (they had to keep their distance until called, these 2 were the next in line). Postkarte from Wilhelm Hoffmann in Dresden, hand-colored appearance. Interesting but unrelated message all over the back in English details the life of composed Carl Maria Von Weber. Small chip out of the upper left front corner, other corners with minor wear. $2.50 tpe%
"Model T. Ford, the old / reliable. Painting by Glenn / McNutt..." depicting people about to enter an old open-air taxi, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1960 from Dover Delaware, one corner worn. Different scene than the two below. $2.00 at
"Old reliable - Model T Ford / Painting by Glenn McNutt / ..." depicting an open-air taxi to the Café de la Paix, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1960 from Newark Delaware, one corner badly creased. $1.75 at. Another view of the same vehicle mailed 1960 from Georgetown Delaware, minor edge wear. $2.00 at
"PARIS MODERNE - CHAUFFEUSE D'AUTOTAX / Une Contravention au Bois / 2899 Notre pauvre Chauffeuse attrape une contravention pour avoir voulu donner satisfaction / ŕ un client pressé qui lui demandait de la vitesse" showing a female taxi driver being ticketed for the speeding at the behest of her passenger, to the amusement of a passer-by. Unused carte postale with slight toning on back possibly from the printing process itself, minor corner rounding. We have seen another one of these in an auction, mailing date 1909. $30.00 f(p)ptla
"... Pilgrims at the Shrine, Gougane Barra" in west Cork, honoring St Fiacre (patron saint of gardeners & Parisian cabbies!); unused color post card printed in Saxony, back paper browning evenly with age (circa 1905 - 1910), mild wear at the bottom left front corner. $7.00 ictg
"Sample of Sepia Style E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis." showing a Bauer Cab Co. vehicle from the side, brownish paper with light toning both sides. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 tsa
"Union Depot, Lewiston, Idaho" including several people, horse-drawn wagons (taxis) & old autos outside it; unused post card from Sprouse & Son (their 11246), surprisingly fresh for its age (circa 1910). 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 itr(u)
"Use this / Pakistan" unique printer's proof with selection note for a real photo post card (good contrast & focus) depicting a young man wearing rain gear operating a motor-scooter taxicab. Detail is good, the license numbers can easily be read. Obviously unique because the caption has yet to be added. $15.00 pt
Install this webpage as a Favorite now
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How are the captions listed?
What do the abbreviations mean?
What do the letters after the prices mean?
In what currency are the prices?
Can I spot better items quickly?
How do I order? Do you also buy?
How can I tell a friend quickly?
Do you accept wantlists?
Will you help me find something?
Can I create a shortcut to here?
Do you have a suggestion box?
Do you accept advertising?
Can I make this page easier to read?
How can I ask another question?
ANSWERS APPEAR IN ANOTHER WINDOW
SO YOU WILL NOT LOSE YOUR PLACE
CARDS & TAXIDERMIST POSTCARDS
TAKSIDERMI / TAXIDERMIA / TAXIDERMIE / TASSIDERMIA
"3. ENTERING MOMBASA HARBOR" showing 4 men--Roosevelt, Selous (famous African
hunter), Mearns (Smithsonian representative in charge of
expedition taxidermy) & Kermit Roosevelt; post card mailed 1913, stamp damaged, considerable
corner & edge wear, light cancel ink on front, tiny scrape on front, as is. $4.50 rthk*
"Ward's Natural Science Establishment, Rochester, N. Y., July 30, 1884 // We are well supplied with Herkimer Co. crystals but could use some good groups and crystals with water in them, and would exchange the minerals for them. We do not care for more clay concretions unless something unusual, Truly yours, Ward Howell" communication on postal card from a taxidermist & supplier of mineral samples & plaster casts to museums, addressed to Edgar J. Kloek Esq. in East Schuyler New York, fairly clear (N. Y. & CHI. R.P.O. TR14 MID. DIV. hand cancel, trivial corner wear. The Herkimer Company crystals mimicked diamonds. Ward's morphed into an educational supplier that operates today out of Henrietta New York. Fascinating, a conversation between a supplier & its supplier, the likes of which is seldom seen. Sold but both sides still available for scholarly study & research as enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scans in .jpg format. $2.00 any one, or $3.75 for both. tmn(r)
TCHAD POST CARDS & CHAD POSTCARDS
|"42 Région de Daba (Tchad) / danses aprčs la
récolte du coton" showing natives dancing to celebrate the cotton harvest,
photographie véritable from Robert Carmet, unused real photo postcard with good
composition & contrast & focus, good edges too! $7.50 td
See also Chad postal history.
TECHNOLOGY REVIEW MAGAZINE
March 2004 Technology Review: "Search Beyond Google: Upstart Rivals Promise Better Answers, Faster"; "Translation in the Age of Terror", The Virtual Heart." & much more. $2.50 t
May 2004 Technology Review (Invention Issue): "Why Big Companies Can't Invent", "Kurzweil's Rules of Invention", "Sparking the Fire of Invention", "Microsoft's Magic Pen" & much more. $2.50 t
March 2005 Technology Review: "The Human Genome, Take 2", "Ascent of the Robotic Attack Jet", "Cybercash on Vacation", "Engineering Climate" & much more. $2.50 t
May 2005 Technology Review: "How Your Brain Thinks about Money", IBM's R&D Revolution", "Environmental Heresies", "10 Emerging Technologies / They're raw. But they'll transform the Internet, computing, medicine, energy...". $2.50 t
October 2005 Technology Review: "Browse the Earth / Digital Cartography and Location-Aware Devices are Putting the Web on the Map", "Robot Helicopters", "Better Cancer Detection", "Podcasting Takes Off" & much more. $2.50 t
December 2005 Technology Review: "Imaging Brain Disorders", "The Internet Is Broken / It's time to replace it.", "Material Alert / Smart Clothes to Aid Soldiers" & much more. $2.50 t
March / April 2006 Technology Review: "The Knowledge / Advances in biotechnology have put bioweapons with the reach of terrorists...", "Light Bulbs Reinvented", "The Fountain of Health / Antiaging Research..." & much more. $2.50 t
May / June 2006 Technology Review. "Inside the Spyware Scandal", "Stem Cells Reborn", "Nanocrystal Displays", Photo Essay--Catching the Flu" & much more. $2.50 t
July / August 2006 Technology Review. "It's Not Too Late / The Energy Technolgoies that might forestall global warming already exist / Cleaner coal, smarter nuclear, bioengineered ethanol, and more..." a special report. Also, "Imagining Pain" & "Reverse-Engineering the Brain". $2.50 t
September / October 2006 Technology Review. "Exclusive Photos from the Space Shuttle", "Inside the Hundred-Dollar Laptop", "Ethanol bs. Biodiesel", "Ultrasonic Tourniquet" & much more. $2.50 t
November / December 2006 Technology Review. "Will This Save the World? / The $100 Laptop", "Freeman Dyson at War, 1943", "How to Steal an Election / Researchers at Princeton hack a Diebold voting machine" & much more. $2.50 t
January / February 2007 Technology Review. "China's Coal Future", "Alchemy in the Kitchen", "Special Software Issue / Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Meta", "Peering Into Cellular Worlds" & much more. $2.50 t
March / April 2007 Technology Review. Ten emerging technologies: peer-to-peer video, quantum-dot solar power, neuron control, metamaterials, nanohealing, optical antennas, compressive sensing, & much more. $2.50 t
May / June 2008 Technology Review. Brain trauma in Iraq; low-cost laptop computer rolls out in Peru; the electric car of 2010 & much more. $2.50 t
November / December 2008 Technology Review. Engineers & open-source hardware, cheap phone solution for impoverished India, hydrogen fuel from water & sunlight (!), and much more. $2.50 t
January / February 2009 Technology Review. A grid for green energy; an oral history of space tourism; What we Don't know in Physics; & much more. $2.50 t
November / December 2009 Technology Review. Natural gas changes the energy map; The Secret of Intelligence; Apollo's Rocket Scientists; & much more. $2.50 t
January / February 2010 Technology Review. Security and Cloud Computing; Trading Shares in Milliseconds; Lithium Rush in Bolivia; How Match.com Suggests Potential Mates; Medicine Meets Simulation; & much more. $2.50 t
March / April 2010 Technology Review. Can Twitter Make Money?; Autism Research at MIT; The Most Innovative Companies in the World; Reinventing the Commercial Jet; & much more. $3.00 t
July / August 2010 Technology Review. How China Became the World's Solar Leader; The iPad Hacked Open; Which Countries Have the Fastest Broadband; Can AIDS Be Cured; & much more. $3.00 t
September / October 2010 Technology Review. Bill Gates on Energy; Pioneers of Information Technology; Discovering the Gene Behind Diseases; 4chan's Radical Opacity; How to Hack a Car; & much more. $3.00 t
November / December 2010 Technology Review. How to Hack an ATM; HTML5 Rewrites Our Most Important Shared Technology; Nuclear Power's Bad Economics; Brain Control with Light; & much more. $3.00 t
March / April 2011 Technology Review. Imitating WikiLeaks; The 50 Most Innovative Companies; Energy Miracles; New Money Square from Twitter; Google Says the Web Too Slow; & much more. $4.00 t
May / June 2011 Technology Review. Special issue on Emerging Technologies; Facebook Makes You the Ad; MIT Celebrates 150 Years; Spain on the Fat Track (High-Speed Transportation); & much more. $4.00 t
November / December 2011 Technology Review. Decoding Social Media; Can Nokia Be Saved?; The Data Surveillance State; Stuck with Oil Sands; and much more. $4.00 tc
July / August 2012 Technology Review. Why You Will Wear Google Goggles; Will Germany's Clean-Energy Gamble Sink Europe?; What Facebook Knows; and much more. $4.00 t
abbreviations explained in English
| Abkürzungen erklärt auf Deutsch,_
| lühendid eestikeelsete selgituste
lyhenteet suomenkielisin selvennöksineen ja esimerkein
The above 4 features are
especially designed for users
Other users (having
wide monitors &
CLICK HERE TO SELECT OTHER POSTCARD
FROM OUR ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO POSTCARDS
CLICK HERE TO SELECT PHOTO WEBPAGES
FROM OUR INDEX TO PHOTOS
CLICK HERE TO TO SELECT COVER WEBPAGES
FROM OUR INDEX TO COVERS & POSTAL HISTORY
CLICK HERE TO SELECT STAMP WEBPAGES
FROM OUR INDEX TO STAMPS & PHILATELIC LITERATURE
CLICK HERE FOR JUDNICK'S ANNUAL GUIDES
TO POSTCARD VALUES OFFERED ON CD'S:
Judnick Guide To Postcard Values CD
© Judnick Postcards, 1999-2013,
All Rights Reserved
Registration in Progress