(POSTCARD DEPARTMENT OF JUDNICK.COM)
How to Order
Articles Discount Policy Return Policy Consignments
Shipping/Handling Other Postal Services Shipments Abroad
Abbreviations Explained Search Whole Site Appraisals
Shows Customers Write Unique Gift Ideas Links
ON POSTCARDS, TRADE CARDS,
QSL CARDS, POSTAL CARDS & POST CARDS
What's new? Items
marked NEW / NOV / NOWY.
High-resolution thumbnails are now used throughout.
A more compact format has been adopted throughout.
Reminders: All items are offered
subject to prior sale.
Quantities available: one each unless stated otherwise.
We reserve the right to correct typographical errors.
Prices do not include postage or insurance unless noted.
E-mail any questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
POSTCARDS & POST CARDS
cartes à jouer / kartanje / kortavimas / mängukaardid /
pagdula og cards / pelikortit / speel kaarte /
Spielkarten / spila á spil / spillekort / トランプ / 카드 놀이 /
խաղաթղթեր / ігральныя карты / 打牌 / παίζουν χαρτιά
"10993 NAVAHO INDIANS GAMBLING, ARIZONA FRED
HARVEY" in the open playing cards with onlookers, color Phostint
postcard from Detroit
Publishing, unused, album impressions at the corners, fairly fresh.
Sold but still available for scholarly study &
research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi
scan in .jpg format. $1.75 apdfi!
"143 Jeu de cartes." showing a card game in progress with 3 Arab onlookers, sepia-tone post card on brownish paper from L. & L., trivial corner wear. $5.00 ap
"1914 A Happy Moment U.S.S. DELAWARE" several sailors relax by playing cards & listening to a phonograph; unused Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, aminor corner rounding. This dreadnought battleship served in the Atlantic Fleet throughout World War I. In 1914 the USS Delaware was part of the intervention at Veracruz Mexico to protect American citizens. Probably one of a kind: handwritten caption, no photographer or publisher credit. 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 wg(c)g(t)m(v)
"6 LL. PIETER DE BLOOT. -- Bauernstube WALLRAF-RICHARTZ MUZEUM, KÕLN" showing a group of revelers with instruments, playing cards strewn at their feet; sepia-tone postcard, writing in front caption area dates to 1907, back paper browned evenly with age. $1.50 a(d)p*
"A Yukon sourdough drowns / Klondike memories in solitaire" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1962 from Eska Alaska, small faint upper corner crease, bottom corner with 2 creases, other bottom corner with small paper separation. $1.50 py
"'BICYCLE' Playing Cards are used / in Clubs every-where. Their excellent / qualities are known the world over. / ..." mechanical advertising card with numbered rotating wheels (for use in a game of chance?), rounded corners as issued, works fine. Cards were made by the United States Printing Company in Cincinnati Ohio. About 3-1/2" high. 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 bpao(c)
"En Guerre - une bonne partie / The War - A joyous party" Serie A No. 5, color postcard, mailed from France to the United States, stamp damaged, toned back, edge wear. $4.50 p
"HOPALONG CANASTA" showing a 3 of diamonds playing card, a September 1992 calendar & a cowboy who might be Hopalong Cassidy, unused continental postcard published by Postcard Collector Magazine, corner bend. $1.00 ccp*
"K1QFD" North Kingstown Rhode Island QSL postcard mailed 1972, design shows a queen of hearts playing card, faint cancel on front. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 rp*
"OA4AK" Lima Peru QSL post card mailed 1948 to Michigan, illegible postmark, playing card design showing 4 aces & a king. corner crease. $2.00 *. Another, same design, 4 tape remnants on back, small bottom corner crease. Shown. $1.75 pp
"Serie A No 5 / En Guerre - Une bonne partie / The War - A joyous party" showing cavalry soldiers playing cards while their horses rest, carte postal mailed in France during World War I to Elida Ohio, stamp with worn top, unevenly toned back, 2 corners with small faint creases, mild corner & edge wear. $5.00 pw
"Solitaire Anyone?" showing a porpoise playing solitaire at Miami's Seaquarium, chrome post card mailed 1964, corner crease & wear along one short edge. Shown cards include the King of Clubs, Jack of Diamonds, Queen of Hearts & Queen of Spades. Most unusual. $2.50 pf
"SOUVENIR OF / SILVER / SPRINGS / FLORIDA / NATURE'S / UNDERWATER / FAIRYLAND" folder copyrighted 1935 by Curteich with 16 back-to-back images including 2 mermaids playing cards underwater (shown)--the only mermaid item. A good variety of views from the area, including some Seminole material. $5.00 mfc NEW / NOV / NOWY
"The / FUNKY / CHICKEN / CLUB // popdomm Sa.17.08.02" bathing beauty popping out of her bikini top on unused continental-size publicity card with the Ace of Clubs design, back lists the artists expected to perform at Köln Germany, near mint. (2 available) $2.00 each. pna*
Uncaptioned postcard, series number on back hard to read because of writing, unsigned art shows clothed boxer(?) sitting at a table with playing cards & knife, noticeable corner & edge wear, mailed in the United States 1908 (RPO cancel that can be figured). $10.50 (pd)
CONTRACT BRIDGE PUBLICATIONS
"COBA CHRONICLES" Volume 1 Issue 1 (August 1992) official newsletter of the Central Ohio Bridge Association, complete in 12 pages. 8-1 / 2"x11", folded once for mailing. The hardest issue to get. $2.50
"The Bridge World" 48 monthly issues from November 1971 through November 1975 [missing only March 1974 for completion]. The American publication on contract bridge, published by the American Contract Bridge League. Seldom offered. $92.50
To order from this pricelist, please
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How are the captions listed?
What do the abbreviations mean?
What do the letters after the prices mean?
In what currency are the prices?
Can I spot better items quickly?
How do I order? Do you also buy?
How can I tell a friend quickly?
Do you accept wantlists?
Will you help me find something?
Can I create a shortcut to here?
Do you have a suggestion box?
Do you accept advertising?
Can I make this page easier to read?
How can I ask another question?
ANSWERS APPEAR IN ANOTHER WINDOW
SO YOU WILL NOT LOSE YOUR PLACE
abbreviations explained in English
| Abkürzungen erklärt auf Deutsch,_
| lühendid eestikeelsete selgituste
lyhenteet suomenkielisin selvennöksineen ja esimerkein
The above 4 features are
especially designed for users
Other users (having
wide monitors &
CLICK HERE TO SELECT OTHER POSTCARD
FROM OUR ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO POSTCARDS
CLICK HERE TO SELECT PHOTO WEBPAGES
FROM OUR INDEX TO PHOTOS
CLICK HERE TO TO SELECT COVER WEBPAGES
FROM OUR INDEX TO COVERS & POSTAL HISTORY
CLICK HERE TO SELECT STAMP WEBPAGES
FROM OUR INDEX TO STAMPS & PHILATELIC LITERATURE
CLICK HERE FOR JUDNICK'S ANNUAL GUIDES
TO POSTCARD VALUES OFFERED ON CD'S:
Judnick Guide To Postcard Values CD
© Judnick Postcards, 1999-2019,
All Rights Reserved
Registration in Progress