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ENFANTS / KINDER / BAMBINI / CRIANÇAS / NIÑOS
Children with adults are in Family postcards.
Children with toys are in Toy postcards.
See also Birth announcement postcards,
Dutch children postcards, Girl postcards
& Boy postcards. Infants & boys with girls are here.
We have hundreds more--please inquire!
Items "circa 1890" are advertising cards / trade cards;
the rest are postcards.
"1 -- Alger - Mendiantes Mauresques / Louis Ledoux, editeur, Alger" showing girl beggars carrying infants, unused post card in monochromatic green, World War I era, even light browning of paper on back, good edges, trivial wear at 2 corners. $12.00 ac
"3453 CUPID OUT CANOEING" embossed art showing 5 Indian children, teepees on the background shore; 1904 Tammen copyright, unused postcard, exceptionally fresh for its age. $12.50 ic
"4378. 5" post card showing two girls and a boy with a doll in a wicker baby carriage, caption from back, writing on back, toned back. $5.00
"43 CONTREXÉVILLE. -- Le Jeu de Croquet. -- LL." with several players, mostly children; circa 1920 carte postale with green back, unused, album marks at the corners, reduced along left front edge due to poor separation from booklet. As is. $2.50 f(c)c
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"A Dog Cart group in Rural Quebec.-107" showing 3 carts (2 drawn by 2 dogs each) & children, postcard from Photogelatine Engraving Company, yellowish paper on back, unused. tiny corner bend, minor wear at another corner. $5.00 q(u)dc
"A Joyful Christmas / 'May you be as happy." as the children playing with their toys, signed Clapsaddle art on an embossed postcard mailed DEC 22 1909, printed in Germany, 2 corners with creases tangential to the design, one back corner toned, good edges. $7.00 a(c)cct
"Amish Children of Lancaster County, Penna." monochromatic dark blue continental post card from Landis Art Press, mailed 1959, brownish paper on back, tiny spot of toning in right front border. Image similar to the postcard shown below. $2.50 (ac)
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"'ANCHOR COFFEE' / IS THE BEST!" art shows boy and girl in elegant attire, caption from ad on back from Boos & Holbrook of Toledo Ohio, lightly toned back. $8.00 aoc+&
"Appoint a Meeting with this old Fat Fellow / MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR" postcard with embossed art showing two children steadying a large wishbone as a small turkey passes beneath it, minor corner wear, toning & a short light pen stroke in the white edges around the front design, minor stamp damage. $2.75 tc
"Arapahoe Children - Saint Stephens Mission / St. Stephens P. O., Wyoming" showing 5 children in traditional attire, black & white card circa 1958. This Catholic mission ministers to the Arapahoe & Shoshoni Indians from the Wind River Reservation. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 wci
"Aus Holland / Nach getaner Arbeit" showing several smiling children on a wagon near 2 farm buildings, unused, from a wonderful series depicting everyday-life scenes in color from Verlag Ludwig Simon, Serie 204 V. Caption means 'after work is done'. $12.00 nc
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"Birthday Greetings" signed art showing a child with a bunch of flowers, a country scene in the background panels; unused postcard, paper browning with age especially near the edges, soft corners. No you are not seeing double; this is a printing error from the publisher Gartner & Bender in Chicago, with the black color misregistered. $4.00 ecba
"B. Vautier / KATECHISATION" cabinet card (slightly wider than a continental postcard), toned both sides, rounded corners as issued. From the Cabinet-Collection, Verlag der Photographischen Gesellschaft, Berlin. Seldom offered. $5.00 r(a)c
"Calhoun Park, Springfield, Mass." Including several well dressed children near the water, black-and-white on on undivided back postcard mailed there 1908, part cancel on front, corner wear & rounding, light toning on back, a little extraneous writing on back. $4.50 mc+
"Cartagena.-Casa del Niño." with several Colombian children standing outside its office, sign reading 'JUNTA LOCAL / DE / PROTECCION A LA INFANCIA Y REPRESION DE LA MENDICIDAD' (local board of child protection and repression of begging); black & white postcard on paper yellowing with age, very late usage at Baughman Kentucky, 2 small corner creases. A rare piece of social history. 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 scc
C. BLUFF & K. CITY R.P.O. TR23 / JUN 4 1916 clearly struck as transit marking on post card mailed from 2 days earlier in Wyoming to Palmyra Missouri. Image side shows "Make me an / invalid for life" a line drawing of an injured little boy being tended to by a little girl nurse (named for each child neatly penned beside). One corner bend which does not affect the philatelic markings or the drawing. $15.00 cm-r
"CENTRAL PARK, MAY PARTY AND FOUNTAIN, NEW YORK CITY / © IRVING UNDERHILL, N. Y." white-border era post card mailed 1922 to Mr. Ezra McCulloh in Morrison Illinois, minor corner wear, a few tiny specks of toning mostly in the front border. These parties were events for children, who often dressed up on Saturday, danced around a May-pole & did homage to the May Queen. $6.00 n(n)c
"CHILDREN'S PADDLING POOL. CLEETHORPES 217953" in England, unused Valentine Carbotone postcard, minor wear at corners. $4.00 ec
"CHILDREN'S PLAY ROOM ADJOINING ROOF GARDEN. / H. C. CAPWELL CO., OAKLAND, CAL." post card from Smith Bros, unused, minor corner & edge wear, fairly fresh. One of the best early child care cards. $9.00 c(o)csi
"Convent of Jesus & Mary, Ipswich, The Little Ones' Dormitory" showing several beds close together in a room, postcard mailed there 1911, piece of one corner gone & additional edge wear. $3.00 (ei(o)c)
"Copyright Lester C. Nagley. HOOSIER POET WITH LITTLE FRIENDS, GREENFIELD, IND." unused sepia-tone postcard on yellow paper, faint small upper corner crease missed the image. The author is James Whitcomb Riley. $3.50 i(g)ac
"CRANE FARMS CHILDREN'S CAMP HEADQUARTERS" with several youngsters nearby, monochromatic gray-green postcard mailed SEP 6 1929 from La Grange Illinois to Miss Patricia Lipton in Muscatine Iowa by a child there. Long & conspicuous vertical crease parallels the left front edge, spotty edge wear. Located at the western end of the lake, now in Geneva. Rare: when we searched the Internet there were no other postcards or exhibitions. $10.00 w(g)cc
"CŠOD / Dnevni center Groharjeva hiša" continental Slovenian multiview postcard showing the Grohar House day-care center for children in Sorica Slovenia, excellent condition. Two views; young girl painting, young girl singing with youngsters in the background playing simple instruments. $2.00 smmc
"Die Entführung der Helena M. von Wunsch / Nr. 282" depicting children & a small boat, undivided back, undisclosed publisher, light album marks on front. Post card sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 a(v)c
"DR. BARNARDO'S HOMES.--The Gordon Ward in H.M. Hospital, Stepney Causeway." showing several beds for boys & 2 pediatric nurses in attendance, black & white post card, mailed 1906 but stamp removed, extensive light reddish toning near the back bottom obscures nothing, light toning on front, one small bottom corner crease (not into image) . Doctor Thomas John Barnardo was a Victorian social entrepreneur best known for rescuing homeless & afflicted children from the streets. He died in the year previous to this mailing, so the postcard may be part of a fund-raising campaign launched immediately thereafter to fill the void caused by the loss of his considerable fund-raising skills & connections. The first of many homes he established for such children was at Stepney Causeway. $10.00 spegcim(f)
"ELLIS & HELFER CO. / WHEELING, W. VA. / Log Cabin Kisses / Sparrow's Chocolates / Easter Candy Novelties / Soda Fountain Supplies ..." unsigned Frances Brundage art on a circa-1901 advertising card, as tall as most postcards but not quite as wide, very light toning. Rare: when searching the Internet we found no other advertising of any type for the firm--offered, previously offered, or exhibited. Mentions in official documents indicated a small operation employing about 20 people, in business from 1901 to 1920. 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 aw(w)a(b)cfe
"En Touraine" showing French children, signed, post card mailed at Filbert West Virginia (2 cancel types), uneven edges as issued, 2 corner creases. $2.75 acf
"FR9A" shortwave (28 MHZ) QSL postcard used 1989 by a member of L'Association des Radio Amateurs de Monaco et L'Amade (Association Mondaile des Amis de l'Enfance) publicizing the International Week for Children (7 - 15 Octobre 1989), 2 small bottom corner creases. $2.00 f(r)c
"Gare / à l'attelage! / Bonsoir, / ô bientôt // 637" hand-colored / tinted real photo postcard showing boy & girl aboard a flower-decorated wagon drawn by a toy horse, mailed 1907 in Belgium, brownish paper on back, edge wear. $12.50 tc*
"Garland Stove & Ranges" postcard showing child with extensive lace on clothes, backstamped Finzel of Monroe Michigan, fresh appearance. circa 1890. $12.00
"GOD'S OUT OF DOORS / THE METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME, WORTHINGTON, OHIO" including 2 children playing; postcard mailed FEB 1913 at Plain City Ohio to Mr. Wes Edwards in London Ohio from his cousin Lawrence, long bottom corner crease, a lot of spotty toning both sides. Rare: when we searched the Internet we found no other offers, no recorded sales & no exhibits. The facility, now called the United Methodist Children's Home, serves abused children & children with mental health problems (often both). $20.00 o(w)cs
"Greetings from Burma" appeal for World Vision, which ministers to children & needy lepers, Burmese stamp attached, but meter mailed from California, 1959 (meter reads 1995 incorrectly), black & white postcard, one edge nicked. $4.50 bcm(p)r
"Greetings / from / [Jacksonville Ohio]" fantasy generic postcard for the small village has art showing 2 beautiful children atop a shell being pulled by a very large fish caught by a ribbon, postcard mailed there AUG 20 1910 to Miss Vesta Morrow of North Berne Ohio, mild corner rounding, a light water stain at the top corners. The placename was penned by hand to complete the caption, and its ink has smeared just a bit. The embossing is quite detailed. $6.00 o(j)sffc Generic postcards explained.
Group of well-dressed children standing together outside a house, real photo postcard mailed at Manchester Iowa July 19 1908 (flag cancel). Writer lists the names, including Marguerite & Elva Madden, Dorothy R., Marjorie A., Amber D. & Ernest & Janette Kinne. The get-together was for Mr. Madden & the sender was Mrs. W. D. Horst. $10.50 ic
"Happy days -- Native children, Panama" color from I. L. Maduro Jr., numbered 70a on back, writing on back, light toning on back, good edges. $5.00 pc. Another, mailed 1908 to Lancaster Pennsylvania, clumsy stamp removal attempt by a certifiable cretin damaged the stamp, 2 small corner creases, lightly but unevenly toned back. $2.75 pc
"HENRI / Henri, vous saurez bien qui peut dans une fleur / En ce beau jour cacher un souhait de son coeur " with name in large letters & 3 more lines of French poetry starting with the letters from the name, hand colored / tinted real photo postcard showing 2 children resting on the crossbar of the letter H, mailed but stamp removed, long internal crease, long but light mark on front & other light toning. Nicer than it sounds. $3.75 (lcp)
"Here's the best Soda! / Established 1852 / De Land & Co's / 'Gap Sheaf Brand Soda / Fairport, N. Y." with a boy holding a package of baking soda, blank back, small corner crease, tiny tear in top margin, circa 1890. $5.00
"Hjertelig til Lykke paa Fødselsdagen" art depicts children boarding a propeller aircraft; postcard printed in Germany & airmailed to New York in 1946 (3 stamps removed), good edges. Danish translates roughly 'Heartfelt congratulations on your birthday'. $3.00 bdc
"How Many Girls Should Bathe Baby? / Kamehameha Schools Use Six / Seniors in home economic learn child care with a / live model. the infant, on loan from parents..." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1964 from Scotch Plains New Jersey, 3 tiny indents in the top border. Unusual subject matter. This is in a private school system established by an estate that is Hawaii's largest private landowner. Unusual subject matter. $2.25 h(k)ec
"HUMPHREYS' / WITCH HAZEL OIL / (COMPOUND)" reads the advertising banner borne aloft by a Wright flyer, unsigned art copyrighted 1909 by Humphreys' Homeopathic Medicine Company on an advertising postcard for W. H. Teague of Lewiston Maine, preaddressed to manufacturer in New York City & requesting a free sample, blanks on back not filled in unevenly toned back. Message area lists very detailed claims for the oil's applicability Surely one of the earliest suggestions that aircraft could carry advertising banners, but the placement of the banner would have made more sense trailing behind the fast-moving aircraft, rather than hanging straight below it as if there were no wind. Another variant of this card replaces the aeroplane with a kite having such text. Either way, it's a rare image. $13.00 m(l)g(t)ac
"Indianermissionsausstellung der Kapuziner, Altötting / Barspiel in Valdivia / P. Michael Schuster von Mauth mit spielenden Indinerknaben" postcard from A. Adolph in Passau. The Franciscan Order held this Indian mission fair in Valdivia Chile; one of the fathers is shown with native children who are playing stickball, fresh appearance & unusual subject matter. Marvelous! Post card sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 cc(f)c
"In this / mirror by / candle-light, / I'll see / my fate this / Hallowe'en / night." Art shows boy holding large pumpkin & girl with mirror & candle, mailed circa 1915 (Balboa commemorative stamp). Post card sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50
"J. & P. COATS 200 YARDS / BEST SIX CORD / WE BEAT THEM ALL" with boy riding locomotive towards viewer, interesting table of needle & thread numbers on back, copyright 1881. $7.50
"J. A. Sarkins Co's. / 'BORAXINE" / MAKES HOUSEKEEPERS HAPPY" with boy spinning a top on his hand, copyright 1882, blank back, light toning on back, circa 1890. $15.00
"'JUST FOUND HIS MAIL POUCH' / ANTI-NERVOUS -DYSPEPTIC / OVER // Valuable Articles / for users of MAIL/ POUCH / TOBACCO ..." circa-1890 trade card. There are many variants of the front & back of this card. For example: one front includes the word 'tobacco'; one back mentions the Bloch Brothers; etc. So be sure to check your albums. $9.50 atc NEW / NY / NOVO
"KHB 7569 / Barefoot Boy / Swiss Miss" QSL card with Runnin' Bare style commissioned art depicting children, fresh appearance. $1.50 wcq
"Lead, but never / Follow" with boy riding running rabbit, ad for Henry J. Mann of Monroe Michigan on the back, fresh appearance. circa 1890. $10.00
“LE BAIN DE BEBE / BABY’S BATH” showing a baby in a small tub being attended by a monkey, unused black & white continental postcard, copyrighted, excellent condition. $1.25 c
"Les Baisers / Comme des fleurs fraiches écloses, Et qui se frôlent doucement, / Le baiser de ces lèvres roses, / C'est le baiser innocent. / A. G." depicting a boy kissing a girl lightly on the cheek, poetry in French on a post card mailed TCV circa 1904 at Vienne France, toned back, front marred by numerous small scrapes. As is. $0.75 cp
"Lola / 45" showing a group of young children playing with a toy push-auto, hand-colored / tinted real photo postcard made in France for the New Athens Book Store in Boston, writing on back, front quite fresh, good edges. $12.50 tc
"Lyme Regis, England" showing young children playing on the sandy beach, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed in Uxbridge Massachusetts, 2 small corner creases. $1.50 ec
"Marcel Delboy, phototypie, Bordeaux / 61 -- ARCACHON (Gironde) - Les Enfants font des trous dans la sable M. D." showing several French children digging trenches in the sand near a pier, carte postale mailed 1911 to Ohio. $5.00 f(a)c
"MIDVINTERS" third series (1907), signed E. B. art showing 3 children in a rowboat, mailed 1908 from Stockholm Sweden, small corner crease, browning paper, partial cancel on front, writing on front includes names for the children. This postcard is full-size, suggesting that the uneven cut on the left edge was the printer's fault. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 asc
"MONROE COUNTY CHILDREN'S HOME, WOODSFIELD, OHIO" an orphanage; unused Photo Tone postcard with fresh appearance & good edges. In the Bowden Collection at Miami University, also the West Virginia & Regional History Center of West Virginia University. Seldom offered. $5.00 o(w)sc
"Motorcycling is great / sport in / Hamilton, O. / '674" unused postcard with unevenly divided back, minor wear to 2 corners, a few tiny spots of toning on back. Surprisingly hard to find for any town. The top 2 lines of the caption also accompany other drawings of the children (e.g. kissing); but they too are surprisingly hard to find. $7.50 mo(h)c
"NEEDLES AND PINS, NEEDLES AND PINS, WHEN A MAN MARRIES HIS TROUBLE BEGINS " wonderful bi-fold showing flowers on one panel & children in a kitchen scene on the other, illustrated ad for Michigan Stoves & Ranges, edge wear & a little separation at the crease, circa 1890. $15.00
"NOTHING / THANKS / IT'S JUST ONE OF THOSE STOPS" cartoon art shows car of children rushing to restroom while attendant looks on, post card from Noble, minor corner wear & rounding, small ding in the top edge, very light toning shows in the front borders. $2.00 gcc
"N. Y. K. LINE" intricately embossed color art on postcard showing the children's room aboard one of their ocean liners, mailed JAN 3 1937 with Japanese 5-sen stamp (tied by Shanghai PAQUEBOT cancel) to Lebanon Pennsylvania. The view side is hard to find ... and so is the cancel! $50.00 s(o)c-cpj
"Oh Mama! I need a Cascaret / over" advertising card thick stock (shown left) which when flipped over reveals "Cascarets / CANDY CATHARTIC / ALL DRUGGISTS 10¢ BEST FOR THE BOWELS / Mama! I feel much better now" (shown right), just a little toning & edge wear. Effective & made by Sterling Products Inc. in Wheeling West Virginia since 1896, it contained Cascara Sagrada (a Native American remedy from British Columbian tree bark). $8.00 acmw
"ONE BRANCH OF WORK OF THE CHILDREN'S MISSION HOME ' THE GUARDIAN ANGEL" beautiful art in vertical format showing an angel protecting 2 children, monochromatic dark gray-green postcard mailed 1915 from Dillsboro IN by 'Papa Simon' (who preached at Olean & Friendship Indiana) to Elizabeth (Mrs. J. B.) Adkins in Lima Ohio. Two corner creases not into the image, a little corner rounding. $4.00 acg(a)
"On the Sands, Carnoustie" with several people, including some children mounted on donkeys, mailed 1922 to England. Nice. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.75 sc
"OPEN CALL / FOR SUBMISSIONS / Bloomberg Emerging Artists / Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation Programme ..." unused continental post card, tiny corner bend, otherwise excellent condition. (2 available) $1.00 each. hc
“PUSHING BABY BACK HOME / PHOTOGRAPH BY BETSY CAMERON” showing a little girl pushing a stroller, unused continental postcard, copyrighted, excellent condition. $1.25 pc
"River Cliffs and Spring on Dug Road, Zanesville, Ohio" showing a boy & girl gathering water from the pipe there, unused color lithochrome postcard published by Claude Y Ross (his no. C13223), made in Germany circa 1908, light toning both sides, minor corner wear & rounding. This old spring gave rise to Zanesville's early name of Springfield Township; at that time the road was called Lovers' Lane. In our experience, most views of this location are scenic, rather than showing the spring in actual use. Providing an additional distinction from most children postcards, these youngsters are performing a chore suitable for their age, rather than just standing around looking cute. $8.50 o(z)c
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"Safety Village, U. S. A., Tampa, Florida" teaching children ages 6 to 12 the principles of traffic safety, chrome postcard mailed there 1977, small upper corner bend, unusual subject matter. Sadly, this facility has been demolished. $2.00 cf(t)
"SEE US FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT / THEO. BIEKER & SON / 4 MAIN STREET HAMILTON, OHIO" with black & white drawing of girl sewing up embarrassing tears in a boy's pants, undivided back mailed 1907, slight yellowing of the paper with age, corner & edge wear. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 ocs
"Slum Babies / Orange Box Nursery" showing numerous Salvation Army women standing next to several orange boxes serving as cradles for underprivileged babies; black & white postcard solicitation for the Salvation Army Home Service Fund, heavy pencil writing on back raises the front surface a bit, small corner crease, corner wear, toned back. Circa 1919, masterfully educating the public about the other work of the Salvation Army (just after their program of sending personnel directly to the American Expeditionary Force at the front lines in France provided the initial publicity so needed to raise millions instead of tens of thousands of dollars). An unforgettable & important image. $16.00 sc
"Squeeki De Clown / Not Just Another Pretty Face!" unused chrome advertising post card for a Columbus Ohio children's entertainer & magician, near mint. $5.00 mcoa
"Standard / Sewing / Machine / Co. / CLEVELAND, O." monochromatic green showing a girl being kissed by a baby she holds, circa 1890 ad card / trade card, ad of T. F. Sullivan of Lewiston Maine handstamped on back, light toning on back. $12.00
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"Tatry. Wykład historii Polski na Podhalu" showing children in traditional attire hearing a lecture on the history of women, location is Podhale in the Tatras; sepia-tone karta korespondencyjna mailed 2014 to Columbus Ohio (attractive 20-gr & 5 zł stamps), 2 small upper corner creases, small bottom corner bend. $1.75 pwcc
"THE ALLIGATOR EXPRESS, FLORIDA" showing a small unprotected child riding an alligator cart, postcard from the Florida Artistic Series, a little writing on the lightly toned back, small corner crease not into the image, mild corner & edge wear. Unbelievable that someone would put their child in such danger! $8.50 uac
"'THE ESTEY' ORCHESTRA CLUB / COPYRIGHTED 1897 BY TRAUTMANN BAILEY & BLAMPEY, NEW YORK" ad card the size of a regular post card, picturing the Estey Organ Works in Brattleboro Vermont on the back, toned back but the front has been spared. $6.00 amc NEW / NY / NOVO
"The Michigan / Stove Company / GARLAND STOVES AND RANGES / " bi-fold in monochromatic green showing two youngsters one dozing at a table, 2-color illustrated range ad on the back. Fairly fresh, circa 1890. $20.00
"THE WINNEBAGO INDIAN MISSION AND COMMUNITY CENTER" showing its exterior, black & white postcard, numeral written on the back may not erase well, minor wear at a bottom corner. The facility is also a children's shelter and is maintained by the Reformed Church in America. $5.00 nci
"THIS CARD / IS PERFUMED WITH / HOYT'S GERMAN / COLGNE / FRAGRANT & LASTING / Trial Size 25 Cts " with youngsters painting a fence in shade of an umbrella, copyrighted 1887, light toning on front, light toning on back, circa 1890. $6.50
"Travel in the Springtime, Travel in the Fall - / ... // Write for our beautiful Catalog. We send it free. It de- / scribes our perfectly appointed Pony Carts, Traps, Governess / Cars for Children ... / The Walborn & Riker Co., Dept. 3 Saint Paris, Ohio" circa 1906 - 1907 hand-colored advertising post card published by Adolph Selige, unused, faint internal crease, light toning on front, trivial corner rounding. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 o(s)auc
TUCK SERIES 700 EASTER POST CARDS. "Easter / Greetings" embossed art on a postcard printed in Saxony, showing two children with several baby chicks, mailed 1909 to Mrs. Minnie Glade in Holly Michigan, minor corner & edge wear, trace of cancel ink at the top front. Shown left. $4.00 tce. "Easter Greetings" with embossed art depicting several chicks & their nest, mailed 1910 from Ontario to Miss Mildred Lorenze in Detroit Michigan, mild corner & edge wear, light toning shows in the front borders, shown right. $3.00 tce
Uncaptioned & unsigned art showing a boy & girl seated around a table with the dolls they are playing with, unused, printed in Holland. $2.50
Uncaptioned hand-colored / tinted real photo post card of 2 young children trying a pipe, decorated with paste beads, ad for Clarinda Lawn Mowers' Easy Adjusting Line on the back, printed in Germany, fresh & unused. $10.00
Uncaptioned real photo post card showing three children on a horse, message mentions Chautauqua, mailed at Seven Mile Ohio JUL 18 1910 1908 (clear cancel) to Mrs. Ivea Jones in Hamilton Ohio. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. o(s)ch
UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund). There are some interesting covers on UNICEF themes in our United Nations postal history offers.
"Union Park, Akron, Ohio." with children enjoying the wading pool & beating the summer heat, under motherly supervision; post card mailed NOV 20 1912 (YOUNGS. & DAYTON R.P.O. cancel) to Toledo, toned back, noticeable corner & edge wear. An uncommon view that was shown (in black & white) in the Autumn 2008 newsletter of the Special Collections Division of the Akron0Summit County Public Library. $4.50 o(a)c
"Use Acme (CUT FULL POUNDS) BEST BAR SOAP MADE" with four girls & a baby & a parasol, blank back, fresh appearance. circa 1890. $6.50
"USE LAUTZ BROS. & CO.'s Acme Soap. (CUT FULL POUND) BEST BAR SOAP MADE" with boy & girl roller skating with arms entwined, circa 1890. $9.00
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"USE LAUTZ BROS. & CO's / Acme SOAP (CUT FULL POUNDS) / BEST BAR SOAP MADE" with boy whittling a stick, light toning on back, circa 1890. $8.50
"Use / LAUTZ BROS. & CO'S / 'PURE and HEALTHY SOAPS. / BEST IN THE / MARKET" with young boy kissing girl, fresh appearance. circa 1890. $10.00
Uncaptioned & unused Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard of the human flag formed by children for the Wright Brothers Celebration in Dayton Ohio, 1909; oxidation consistent with age, very light toning both sides, good edges. Possibly unique. $12.00 fc NEW / NY / NOVO
Uncaptioned, art showing a boy & girl seated in chairs outdoors, ad on back for Anchor Coffee from George W. Boos, toning along one back edge, also 2 small dark spots on back, circa 1890. $7.00
Uncaptioned, art showing baby by a large basket of flowers, ad on back for Lion Coffee from Woolson Spice Co. of Toledo Ohio, spot of toning on back, minor edge wear, circa 1890. $6.50
Uncaptioned, art showing boy and girl playing with a plate of cherries while seated, embossed floral border, circa 1894, postcard-sized but offer entitled Meditation fills the back, fresh appearance. circa 1890. $20.00
Uncaptioned, art showing boy in sailor suit with small net by the sea, ad on back from Woolson Spice Co. of Toledo Ohio, circa 1890. $10.00
Uncaptioned, art showing boy moving girl in wheelbarrow in fancy embossed border of moon and flowers, circa 1894, postcard-sized but offer entitled Meditation fills the back, fresh appearance. circa 1890. $20.00
Uncaptioned, art shows boy & girl with large egg on cart, Anchor Coffee ad from Boos & Holbrook of Toledo Ohio on back, brownish paper, circa 1890. $5.00
Uncaptioned, art shows seated boy with butterfly net and bottle, embossed, postcard-sized but ad for Lion Coffee from Woolson Spice Co. of Toledo covers back, small corner crease, circa 1890. $12.50
"Volendam" showing a circle of many children & a windmill in the distance; sepia-tone post card, Edition J. H. Schaefer No. 217, unused, just a little wear on the bottom edge. Shown left. $3.50 wnc. Another example, minor wear to 2 corners, very light toning near one back corner. Shown right. $3.25 wnc
Wanted to buy--French post cards postcards showing children at breakfast. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros. cc*c
Wanted to buy--Furman S. Baldwin's tinted photograph of "The Kiss", dated 1947. Pleas offer us an example in good enough condition to be framed, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio! *c
"We can shoe the children / with long wearing, perfect / fitting and stylish Shoes.../ A. W. FRIEND / Pleasantville O." advertising message on the back of a Statue of Liberty postcard, mailed at Pleasantville in 1908 (bold cancel). Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 oagfc
"Who could ignore / a child in distress? // Some in Washington are ignoring the health of our nation's children, especially / kids living with asthma, by attempting to delay necessary measures to / clean-up air pollution. // AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION / Fighting for air" unused continental-size card which continues all over the back explaining the importance of the Clean Air Act. Near-mint condition. (2 available) $0.75 each. cme
"WILLING PUPILS" art depicting 3 small children teaching their dogs how to sit up on a bench, one dog has small pipe in mouth; postcard mailed AUG 2 1908 (bold ASHLAND & MILW. TR.6 R.P.O. RMS hand cancel), 3 corners creased (2 are long), minor corner rounding, lightly toned both sides. $2.25 cd
"Will send you a card of my 3 grandchildren, the boy holding the colt is my hired hand ... love to my niece Aunt Jill?" [writer, unfamiliar with back message writing, ran out of room so her name is hard to read], divided-back sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed AUG 19 1907 at Lodi Ohio to Mrs. Maggie Duncanson in Lynchburg Ohio. $15.00 g(d)cho(l)
"Wishing you / a happy / New Year" embossed art depicts 2 children holding a horseshoe & some violets, from United Art Publishing, 2 small corner creases, postcard mailed 1907 from Chambersburg Pennsylvania (clear flag cancel), pencil writing on front may not erase completely. $3.00 mc
"Won't you be my Valentine / And exchange your / heart for mine?" embossed postcard with children, mailed 1915 from Roseville Ohio to Mrs. Emma Merckle in New Lexington Ohio by her cousin Amanda, Balboa commemorative stamp, light toning both sides, 2 short internal creases not into the design. $2.50 vcg
"Wouldn't you think it would be nice / To glide with me across the ice, / ..." Valentine poem with signed art showing child couple skating towards a dangerous spot on the ice labeled 'LOVE', Tuck Buster Brown postcard mailed 1908 in Kansas, toning near 3 front corners & the top edge, minor corner wear. $8.50 (a(o)vcps)
"Y. M. C. A. Play Ground, Flood at Hamilton, Ohio." including 3 bewildered children; with caption repeated at lower left corner, black & white postcard with sky tint, unused, from Feicke-Deach Printing Company, trivial edge wear. $7.00 o(h)fdc
"Your one vote makes a difference" 2 children, one in an Uncle Sam outfit holding a large rolled-up ballot, unused continental postcard from J. Kenneth Blackwell (Ohio Secretary of State), near mint. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 up(o)c
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