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Nom de l'objet : Postcard
Titre : May a glorious Easter..
Numéro d'accession : BR2013.2.61
Date de début de production : 1900
Date de fin de production : 1920
Date absolue : Early 20th Century
Description : A blank postcard printed on white paper cardboard. Front has an image of vase of flowers of different shapes and colours: yellow, pink and blue. The vase is sitting below a tree branch with yellow and green leaves. The postcard has a blue background and a golden finish at the bottom and sides. Marked in black text beside the vase are the words: 'May a glorious Easter through It's blossom day gay, its sunshine bright and renewed hope so true bring peace and happiness to you'.;;Black of postcard printed in black ink with section on 'For Correspondance' and a section divided into 'For Address Only'. A small square box found on top right hand corner for a stamp to be placed. No publisher or manufactures information found except for text 'Made in U.S.A.'.
Fonctions : Postcards are quite collectible and have appraisal values based on specifics of the postcards. Information to note about a postcard is its publishing information, copyright dates, an artist's signature, a series number, and/or subject matter. Greeting postcards are especially worth noting, for specific holidays such as Valentine's Day, Hallowe'en, etc. For further research on the value of postcards, see J. L. Mashburn. 'The Postcard Price Guide: A Comprehensive Reference' Third Edition. Enka, North Carolina: Colonial House, 1997.
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Province de l'établissement : Ontario

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