Vintage Linen Postcards Collectors Weekly Do you have a Postcard Checklist you would like to share with your fellow collectors? Shop for-and learn about-Vintage Linen Postcards. Linen postcards were printed in the United States from the 1930s until the 1950s. Contrary to their.
Dating Postcards Smithsonian Institution Archives We would like to start a library on our site for checklists of Vintage Postcards, to help in the research and study of postcards, and to further the hobby of deltiology (postcard collecting). There are several ways to date postcards that are seemingly undated. For example, a card printed on linen was most likely produced between 19.
Dating old postcards France zone at Any and all checklists - whether arranged by publisher, artist, subject, location, etc., are welcome. We don't have time to type these ourselves, so they should be emailed to [email protected] a Word or text file. Making sense of dating old postcards with a short general history of postcards. Most linen postcard production stopped in 1939 with the start of World War Two.
Identifying the Age of Postcards - Old Postcards We don't want to violate any copyrights, so make sure they are not copyrighted. The dating of the postcard for years or eras of issue can be accurately. Publishers began using a linen-like paper containing a high rag content but used very.
Determining the Age of Vintage Postcards If they are from a publication, get their permission for us to reprint it on our website. If the postcard is used, the most obvious solution is to check the date on the postmark. Postcards from 1930 to 1944 were printed on a linen texture paper.