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PHILIPPINEN / FILIPPINE / FILIPINAS
"13. Our Lavenderas, Manila. / 83784" showing several washerwomen at work, circa 1908 postcard, unused, removed neatly from a booklet. $3.00 pp(w)
"14. Planting Rice, Bontoc, P. I." showing about 20 people bent over at work, color postcard numbered R-89785 on back, unused, 2 corners noticeably creased, minor edge wear. Different than the one held in the Otto Gmur Collection of the Filipinas Heritage Library & hard to find anywhere. $6.00 pa
"226 300 year old Philippino Cathedra(l)" black & white photo the size of a regular postcard, 3 short stray marks in the upper front border, small bottom corner crease, other corner wear minor. Possibly a proof or mock-up for a postcard. The caption would be a little easier to understand if 300-year-old was hyphenated. 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 pc
"8200. U.S.S. OREGON. COPYRIGHT 1906 BY DETROIT PUBLISHING CO." showing the ship which performed blockade duty during the Philippine Insurrection of 1899-1900, color with undivided back, unused, lightly toned back. Postcard sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 s(m)dp
"8. Pasig River, Manila. / 89779" including steamships & smaller native watercraft, circa 1908 color postcard from Denniston's, unused, detached neatly from a booklet, opposite edge has minor wear, long thin spot of toning along a back edge. $3.00 ps(r)
"A 101 - Rear of La Quinta Market, / Manila, Philippines" showing the side that could be approached by boat or ferry, bustling with activity; , post card mailed 1911 but stamp removed, 3 corners rounded, a small piece of the fourth corner knocked off, extensive toning on back. As is. $1.25 p
"A140 - Nipa Swamps. Philippines." color postcard, lightly toned back, corner & edge wear, front top edge & upper corners toned due to album contact. Circa 1908-1910. $2.50 p
"A33 - Curve in the Benguet Road, Luzon, Philippines.." with no traffic, post card in color, circa 1908-1910, toned back, small corner crease. $3.00 p
"American troops move into Intamuros section of Manila 2-23-45" showing a squad moving thru a rubble-strewn street, real photo postcard mailed with 1946 stamp to Ohio, trivial corner & edge wear. No Philippines cancel, but 'Missent to Akron, Ohio' and 'NOT FOR ROUTE 2' (from Sectorville Station at Portsmouth) confirm mailed status. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 ph-o
"A Popular Street Scene in the / Filipino District, Manila" showing a cockfight about to commence, post card from booklet, faint stress marks near one bottom corner probably due to removal, minor corner wear. 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 p
"Army and Navy Club, Manila" Cardinell-Vincent postcard with very late usage at Manila Kentucky, small scrape in the front sky, 2 corners with 2 small creases each. Check your albums: another version of this scene has the caption in the left front sky. $2.00 p
ATTACK TRANSPORT WOOD (APA-56), renamed USS LEEDSTOWN (APA-56). "S. S. EXILONA" Kodak real photo postcard showing the ship dramatically in silhouette against the sky, when owned by the American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, reliable penned identification on back from a seaman's collection. During World War II, this ship earned at least 4 citations, campaign ribbons & awards of which we are aware for the occupations of Marshall Islands, Guam, Western Caroline Islands & landings at Leyte & Lingayen Philippines. Rare: the only image of any kind for this ship that we have ever seen in anyone's stock. $12.50 s(m)s(a)mgcp
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"BALARA - SWIMMING POOL, (SUMMER RESORT) QUEZON CITY, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS" as seen from above, unused linen postcard with slight browning of the paper with age published by Goodwill Trading Company, minor corner & edge wear. $2.50 ps
"Cagayan Along the Road, P. I." showing a bullock cart in a village, color post card from Cardinell-Vincent Company booklet, very late usage at Loma Nebraska (DPO 1902 -1965, clear hand cancel), minor corner & edge wear. $4.00 p-n
"CARABAO FREIGHT CART, PHILIPPINES" showing a side view of an ox cart heavily loaded, unused color postcard from Philippine Education Company, rough edges as issued, quite fresh. $4.50 up
"Comm'dg. Officers Quarters and Parade. Zamboanga. Manila. P. I. / Photo Supply Co." post card, mailed 1910 from Rizal to Ohio but stamp removed, minor corner & edge wear, lightly toned front, small internal crease near a corner, longer internal crease near another. $4.50 p
"Crater Toal(sic) Volcano Manila, P. I. / Photo Supply Co." showing steam rising from the Taal volcano, unused post-card, minor wear to 2 corners, long upper corner crease is easy to miss because it is coincident with an album mark. $2.00 pv
"Cultural Center of the Philippines" exterior including the nearby fountain at night, continental postcard with uneven edges as issued, corner crease, mailed 1989 to Ohio, small US routing marks in sky. $0.75 p
"I HAVE SPENT FOUR YEARS FIGHT- / ING FOR OUR COUNTRY / I am coming soon to fight for your busi- / ness on the Merkle-Wiley Broom / Company's line of Brooms. / WM. HOPKINS, / Late Bugler--CO. F. 38th. U. S. Infantry. / Four years active service in Cuba and / the Phillipines(sic)." with his uniformed oval portrait, postcard with black & white front & blue BLU-J Brooms logo on back, unmailed, 2 corners creased, a little pencil writing in the front margin may erase well, light toning both sides. Marvelous & rare: true, BLU-J blotters are common, but not their salesmen's postcards! SALE IN PROGRESS m(a)g(h)cp
LAOAG INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE. Wanted to buy--more postcards & photos showing their equipment, so that we may restock. Please offer us some, priced in US dollar or Euros!
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LBC AIRWAYS. "RP-C693 (c/n 2043) LBC Airways. One of the last Philippine / assembled Islanders, seen at Manila, February 1995. / Photo by P. J. Bish / BNH011" Unused regular-size postcard showing its Britten Norman Islander (RP-C693) at Manila in February 1995, 1996 copyright, near mint. Hard to find. $7.50 ap!
"Mabuhay Ang Kalayaan!" unused continental multiview postcard showing 3 scenes from the political uprising of 1986. $2.00 ph
"MAGELLAN' CROSS / THIS CROSS OF TINDALO WOOD / ENCASES THE ORIGINAL CROSS PLANTED / BY FERDINAND MAGELLAN ON THIS VERY SITE ? APRIL 21, 1521" at Cebu Philippines, unused multiview continental-size postcard in excellent condition. $1.25 h(p)pc NEW / NOV / NY
MATS, INCORPORATED. Unused continental post card showing its Douglas DC-3C (RP-C81) at Manila in August 1989, published in Switzerland, small corner crease. In April 26 1990, this aircraft crashed near Manila following an engine failure; it was alleged that the aircraft was flying passengers without authorization at that time. $10.00 ap!
"Native Cocoanut Oil Factory" post card from E. C. McCullough & Company, pencil writing on back, corner crease, internal crease, corner wear & rounding, water stain shows at one back corner. Interesting & unusual subject matter. $3.50 p
"Native Village. MANILA, P. I." circa-1908 real photo postcard with unevenly divided back, a bit dark with low contrast, very late usage at Beach Haven Pennsylvania, oxidation consistent with true age, back corner toning from mounts. $8.00 p NEW / NOV / NY
"New Sta. Mesa Railway Station. / New Railroad leading to Antipolo, Manila" on the Philippine National Railways; black & white private mailing card, unused, one corner with noticeable wear, a little toning due to album contact. The platforms shown have since been extended & raised. Rare; seldom offered. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. rpp
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"No. 265 - Church at Daraga, buried in / Lava. Mayon Volcano in the distance. / Province of Albay, Philippines" postcard with 1909 date written in the sky & pertinent writing on the back, otherwise fairly fresh. This church, shown overgrown, contains archaeological relics such as religious seals & santos carved on the volcanic rocks. $3.00 pv
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PACIFIC AIRWAYS. "Pacific Airways / DHC 6-200 RP-C663 / cn 208 mfd 1969 / 11.4. 1999 Caticalan" Unused continental post card showing its DeHavilland Canada DHC-6 (RP-C663) at Caticlan in April 1999, near mint. Copyrighted but rarely offered. $7.50 ap!
"Parian Gate & View of Entrance, Manila, P. I." including people & 3 horse-drawn buggies crossing a bridge; from Photo Supply Company, postcard printed in Great Britain, unused, extensive water stain along back bottom edge, considerable corner & edge wear, as is. $1.25 pb
PHILAIR. Unused continental post card showing its Douglas DC-3 (RP-C287) at Manila in November 1979, excellent condition. In 13 December 1983 this aircraft crashed while making an emergency landing at Zapote, and was written off; there were no fatalities. $10.00 ap*^
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PHILIPPINES AIRLINES (Philippines). Unused continental postcard showing its DC-3 (RP-C148) at Manila in June 1976, excellent condition. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. This interesting aircraft crashed & was buried in snow on top of the largest glacier in Europe. It was towed down & flown to Reykjavik Airport in Iceland, registered as TF-RVP, converted to passenger configuration & then sold to Iberia. This information is from the Icelandic Aviation Historical Society. $1.50 api#
PHILIPPINES AIRLINES. Unused continental postcard showing its DC-3 (RP-C148) at Manila in June 1976, excellent condition. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 ap
PHILIPPINE AIRLINES. Unused continental post card showing it Hawker Siddeley HS-748-222-2A (RP-C1041) at Manila in May 1987, excellent condition. Rare. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 ap**
PHILIPPINE AIRLINES. Unused continental postcard showing its Nihon YS-11-125 (RP-C1416 at Baguio in 1980, excellent condition. Rare. $7.50 ap
PACIFIC AIRWAYS. Unused continental post card showing its DeHavilland Canada DHC-6 (RP-C663) at Caticlan in April 1999, near mint. Rare. $7.50 ap
"PHILIPPINE FRUITS / Abundant 'Lanzones' are gathered in Laguna / during August and September." unused chrome postcard from a color photo by F. D. Baet, fairly fresh. $1.00 p
"San Agustin Church / CEBU CITY, PHILIPPINES" including some vendors' stalls nearby, as seen from above; unused continental postcard with brownish paper from Kruger, rough edges as issued. $1.00 p
SEAIR. "SEAIR / Let 410 UVP-E RP-C748 / cn 892342 mfd 1989 / 23.4. 1999 Manila Domestic" Continental black-and-white real photo post card showing its Let L-410 on the ground, good composition & contrast & focus. Copyrighted but rarely offered. $7.50 ap!
SEAIR (Philippines). Unused continental post card showing its Dornier DO-28 at Manila Domestic Airport in August 1995, published in Switzerland, excellent condition. A building of Pacific (and) East Asia Cargo is in the background. $5.00 ap!
See also our Philippines stamps & philatelic literature.
"S.S. American Planter" showing the former Ormsby Class Attack Transport from the side, when transferred to the United States Lines & renamed; Kodak real photo postcard with identification penned in neatly on back (verifiable under magnification of the front), contrast a bit low. Participated in operations off the Gilbert Islands, Marshall Islands, Marianas, Western Caroline Islands, Philippines liberation, and Okinawa occupation -- and awarded at least 7 citations, ribbons & medals that we know of. Rare: the only postcard of her we have ever seen in anyone's stock. $15.00 s(m)gmmcpr
"Sunset at Tacloban. Manila, P. I" with missing period, postcard mailed from the Philippines to Ohio, stamp clumsily removed leaving water stain & a small thin on back, bottom corner noticeably creased, 2 other corners with minor wear. All that being said, it is still pretty. $1.00 p
"The old train from Manila to Malabon" with caption taken from the typing on the back, post-card size sepia-tone real photograph, circa 1900. Probably one of a kind, small faint bottom corner creases, slight rounding to the top corners, slight curl to the paper. We have seen a similar but different view made into a stereocard. 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 p*
"The Peaceful Revolution / People & Prayer Power / Feb. 22-25, 1986" unused continental post card from photographs by Sonny Camarillo, tiny bottom corner bend. The revolution pictured led to the departure of President Ferdinand Marcos. $1.75 p(c)ph
"This was taken at / Manila where we / were coaling ships / Don't we look dirty / like 4 bums." sepia-tone Velox real photo postcard with diamonds in corners (therefore World War I or earlier), much writing on back including quote used as caption here, heavily toned back, low-contrast / grayish, one corner chipped away, lightly toned front, corner wear & rounding, as is. Quite possibly unique. $11.50 p
"Unarmed Forces of the Philippines / People Power Revolution Feb. 22-25, 1986" unused continental multiview post card with 4 scenes photographed by Sonny Camarillo, fairly fresh. $2.00 ph
USS NEWARK (C-1) & USS CHARLESTON (C-2). "U·S·S· NEWARK· / Protected Cruiser / the White Squadron / U·S·S· CHARLESTON · / Prot· Cruiser· // Copyright, 1897, by American Souvenir Card Co. / 127 Duane St., New York." Patriographic® American-Souvenir-Card with undivided back, mailed JAN 17 1905 from McAlester Indian Territory to miss Nattie Macoubrie in Olathe Kansas, back heavily toned from album contact, recipient docketing "Ans. Jan 21-'05". Protected means that the ship had an armored deck just below the waterline to guard against fragments from exploding shells above, but to dispense with the side armoring which slowed the previous generation of cruisers. The Newark participated in the blockade of Cuba, the bombardment of Manzanillo & the Battle of Santiago de Cuba during the Spanish-American War. During the same war, the Charleston served in the Pacific, helping to take Guam & Subic Bay in the Philippines among its accomplishments; but it wrecked beyond salvage on a reef near Luzon November 2nd 1899. So it is the harder ship to find on postcard. $15.00 s(m)cgp-i
"U. S. S. OLYMPIA IN BOSTON HARBOR" with US flag in upper left front corner, unused post card with undivided back, toned back, well rounded corners, lacks freshness. This ship engaged Spanish forces at Manila Bay in 1898, for an immortal victory under Commodore George Dewey. She was at Boston from June 1899 till January 1902, so this is an old view! 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 s(m)pm
Wanted to buy--Philippines post cards published by Lambert & Springer. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c
Wanted to buy--postcards pertaining to a "Philippine Constabulary Band" or "Filipino Band". Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c
Wanted to buy--post cards with aerial views of Cebu City. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c
Wanted to buy--QSL cards from the Philippines, especially if they picture the ham radio operators. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars of Euros! *c2
WORLD FISH & AGRICULTURAL CORPORATION (United States). Unused regular size post card showing its Lockheed L-1049B (N4247K) at Manila in 1988, near mint. Flew tuna from Palau in the Caroline Islands to Japan in 1987 shortly before this was taken. $7.50 a(p)pfc
"ZAMBOANGA" multiview postcard with 3 scenes depicting boats with outriggers & striped sails, unused, small bends at bottom corners. $1.00 p*
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