Looking at this fascinating early 1900’s postcard, you'll find it with lovely
letter to her sister on Thanksgiving of 1913.
One cent George Washington stamp has perforations on all four sides, face
appears longer with more details than other one cent varieties.
✿ Postcard lower right corner says J.Herman 1912. Along the back of the
postcard is stamped November 1913 (unusual ink stamp date (month and day)
portion are in reverse, but year is correct). Card has a US postage George
Washington 1 cent stamp. George Washington has olive branches on both sides of
his head. I am not a stamp expert, I cannot guarantee it’s assessed value.
✿ Measures approximately: 5.5” wide x 3.5” tall
✿ Look at the pictures closely, before making your final decision. All vintage
items are sold as is and final sale. Front and back postcard covers have some
discoloration, scratches, scuffs. Postcard is has writing along back and has
postage stamp. Excellent graphics and color.
✿ Feel free to contact me if you need more information about an item or
general questions before making your final decision.
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