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Audimas / Kudumine / SPINNEN / Szövőgép / TECER / నేతపని /
Teixidura / Tejeduría / TEJER / Ţesătură / TESSITURA /
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MARRAKECH -- Tisserands Marocains" showing weavers working on a long piece
outdoors; sepia-tone carte postale mailed there 1928 with 2 Moroccan stamps
(15-c & 75-c) to Mrs. Fern Myers in Wilkinson Indiana, trivial corner & edge
wear. $5.00 wm
"2213 A MEXICAN ZARAPE WEAVER AT HIS LOOM" also including an assistant & examples of their work, color post card circa 1915, H. S. B. 2213, unused, minor corner wear. Interesting. $7.50 m(g)w
"2219 A MEXICAN ZARAPE WEAVER / WORKING AT HIS LOOM PRODUCING WHAT IS COMMONLY CALLED TEXCOCO ZARAPE / ...IN THE VILLAGE OF TEXCOCO / SITUATED IN THE VALLEY OF MEXICO" unused divided back postcard, numbered 113421 on back, trivial wear at 2 corners. $6.00 wm(m)
"A MEXICAN ZARAPE WEAVER AT HIS LOOM" unused linen post card, numbered 2550-30 on back, hardly noticeable corner wear. Interesting scene with equipment & finished example of their work. $5.00 m(g)w
"Bali, Indonesia" with a close-up of a lady weaving" what might well be a red cepuk used to protect deities in village temples; well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1965 at Saint Clair Michigan, faint small corner crease. $1.75 iw
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"Gwau â gwydd llaw, Ffatri Wlan Esgair... / Weaving on a hand loom, Esgair Moel / Woollen Mill at the Welsh Folk Museum, / St. Fagans" unused continental post card, WFM No. 66, interesting. $1.25
"Habitant Life in the Province of Quebec, Canada. Weaving the yarn" color showing a woman at work, from the Canada Steamship Lines Limited, unused postcard, minor wear to 2 corners. $4.25 wq. Same but minor wear to all corners & edges, very lightly toned back. Shown. $3.75 wq
"HOW NAVAJO INDIAN RUGS ARE MADE 27 / SEE OTHER SIDE © 3A-H710" showing weaving in progress outdoors, linen post card in vertical format, much pertinent information on the back, mailed 1941. $4.50 iw
"Kirgiz women weaving / straps for the yurt." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 in the United States. $1.75
"LES GOBELINS / Atelier du Tapis dit La Savonnerie" black & white work scene, unused post card, faint album marks on back, unusually detailed. $15.00 w
"MALI / L'art ancestral est perpétué par une / initiation, dčs le plus jeune âge, aux / traditions artisanales. / Photo Hoa-Qui, Paris" showing a woman introducing her young child to the weaving arts; unused oversize (would fit in a #10 envelope) post card printed in Spain, toning near the back edges, curl to the paper. Hard to find! $3.75 mw
"MARTHA WASHINGTON'S SPINNING ROOM, MT. VERNON, VA." also including a loom for weaving, unused Tichnor Quality View post card with fresh color, numbered 117927 on back, trivial corner wear. $2.50 wsw
"M91 TETUAN UNA SASTRERIA MORUNA" showing a group of weavers at work, being watched by a boy; unused real photo tarjeta postal with glossy finish, from Colecciones Loty, very late usage at Seatonville Illinois, trivial wear at one corner. $7.50 tw
"No. 703 / Gabbeh weaving, Fars Province" unused continental post card, photo by A. Bakhtiar, near mint & interesting. (3 available) $2.00 each ipw
Postcard Collector. June 1991 (Volume 9, Number 6). Features on Navajo weavers, Hieronmyus Bosch, Florence Upton & more. $2.50 p,w
"Quebec-Weaving Homespun Cloth. Cape a L'Aigle" color showing an elderly woman at work, Tuck Charmette Series No. 1007, unused post card, slight browning of the paper with age. $8.00 wtq
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"Spinning and Weaving Exhibit / Williamsburg, Virginia" showing a lady working the loom, unused chrome postcard, interesting. $1.25 Mailed 1971. $1.25
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"TELARES DE LA ESCUELA INDUSTRIAL OAXACA MEX. A. 114" showing a woman working at an industrial loom, sepia-tone Kodak real photo, excellent focus & composition & contrast, some oxidation, very late usage at Lake City Minnesota, ding in right edge closes well, spot of light toning on back. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 wm(o)
"Thai-silk is also woven at home / in Thailand" showing a woman at work, unused chrome post card, fairly fresh. $1.75 tw
"The Loomcrofter's Studio, Gagetown, N. B." / All types of hand weaving, / " unused chrome post card showing a lady & 3 children in woven tartans by the oldest building on the St. John River -- where the R.C.A.F. & New Brunswick tartans originated. Tiny spot of toning on back. $1.25 tnw ILLUSTRATION ADDED RECENTLY
"Weavers House / Jocotepec Mex." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1955 from Buckeye New Mexico, slight curl to the paper. The art is by John Russell Clift from his 1953 article promoting the area as a retirement haven. $2.50 m(j)wa(c)
"Weaving the Yarn, Quebec, Canada / Le tissage de la toile, " color from the Post Card & Greeting Card Co. Ltd., made in Canada, unused, minor wear at 2 corners. $7.00
"Women weavers at a textile / mill in Tarsus Turkey" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 at Stanton North Dakota. $2.00 tw*
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