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Antique New Year Post Landscape Scene With Violets ## For Sale
From our inventory of over
100,000 post cards, the cards we select for sale or sale are selected not
for physical perfection of the postcard (although nearly every one of our cards
is in good to very good condition), but for poignancy, beauty, quality of the
artwork, historical significance, and/or for the feeling the card brings
to our hearts. My main goal is to provide excellent service, from the time you
make your offer until you receive your item. If there are questions along
the way, please email us.
This is a antique pre-linen post card, captioned “New
Year Wishes”. The embossed design features
an inset landscape scene with an apple tree in bloom, framed with gold foil,
and adorned with a bouquet of violets. Gold
foil trim on the card.
Scenes and Flowers Series 461
Good condition, light corner and edge wear.
IMPORTANT REBATE INFORMATION. Your card(s) will be mailed in a
secure, rigid, cardboard mailer and will have tracking information uploaded to
the item number at the time of shipment. Because I can ship multiple
cards in one mailer (no limit on number of cards), I will rebate you
$1.64 for each card that you purchase over and above your initial purchase on
that day. You can include any combination of "store"
and "sale" cards. I will refund your money, in the form of a
paypal refund, at the time of shipment. If you would like to
accumulate your wins/purchases and pay on a weekly basis, just let me know and
I'll be happy to send you a weekly invoice.
SHIPPING: All post cards are shipped FREE OF CHARGE, no
later than day after payment is received, except for Sundays and
Holidays. Your item will be insured, free of charge, for all purchases
greater than $100. Post Cards (protected by a plastic sleeve) and paper
items are shipped in secure, rigid, cardboard mailers.
Here is how I grade my cards: If you are a repeat customer, you will
know that I am a conservative grader of cards. I would rather have you be
pleasantly surprised than disappointed when you receive your card(s). "Good"
may mean lightly bumped or faintly creasedcorners, and/or light edge
wear, and/or light soiling. "Good" can also mean the card is clean,
with no apparent faults. Good is the highest rating Igive my
cards. "Fair to Good" means corner wear, edge wear,
soiling, and a slight tear or some faint creasing. "Fair" means
corner wear, edge wear, soiling, and more than one tear orcrease.
"Poor to fair" means corner wear, edge wear, soiling, and moderate to
significant creasing. "Poor" is a quality that I seldom
use. It means the card is right on the brink of being tossed in the trash,
and is only offered for sale becausethe cardis unusual or unique in
some way, and someone may need it for a collection until a 'better' one comes
along. I never use "mint" as all my cards are used in some way,
and even though they may look perfect, I can't vouch for how someone else will
see the card. I sometimes will use "virtually no sign of wear"
to indicate a card that looks unused, and is uncreased and squeaky clean.
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Antique New Year Post Landscape Scene With Violets ##: $4