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Item 474

474. Set of 19 Bernhardt Wall post cards, as follows:

I Spill Only 70000 Beans A Week Into My Interior How’s That? [World War I Soldier]. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (Salt Lake City, Dec. 4, 1918), note in pencil, stamped and postmarked.

A Happy New Year To You [town cryer]. [German Embossed Series]. “Painting only copyrighted by S. Garre, 1909.” Printed in Germany. Colored, embossed. Used (Illinois, Dec. 23, 1909), used, note in ink, postmarked and stamped.

Let a shmile in your heart alvays break oudt on your face [little Dutch boy]. G. Bergman, © New York, 1912. Colored. Used (1915), note in pencil, stamped and postmarked.

Dear friend I send you greetings... [poinsettia and snow scene]. G. Bergman, © New York, 1912. Colored. Used (Philipsburg, Dec. -16), note in ink, stamped and postmarked.

I ain’t doin’ nothin’ ‘cept wishin’ you wuz here to cheer me up [small cowpoke]. Series G117. © N.Y. 1912. Hand-colored. Used (Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 1913), note in ink, stamped and postmarked.

 “I’d Sooner Be A Live Ass Than A Dead Hero” [head of ass]. Copyright 1910.

I have longed many longings yet.... [Dutch Kids] S. 24. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Printed in blue, blue checkered border. Used (Mapleplain, Minn., June 27, 1912), note in ink, stamped and postmarked.

Vell, py chiminy!.... [Dutch Kids] C.S. 24. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Colored, blue checkered border. [Sample] Printed on back: “Scenic Series No. 24 12 Designs Listed at $2.25 per M Samson Bros.”

Wishing you a prosperous NEW YEAR [child with trumpet and clock]. [German Embossed Series]. International Art Publ. Co., © 1908. Printed in Germany. Colored, embossed. Used (St. P. Hutchinson R.P.O.), note in ink, postmarked but no stamp.

O Leetle Card, So Nice Und Gay.... [Dutch Kids]. Printed in red and blue, blue checkered border, felt San Francisco banner. Used (San Francisco, Calif., 29 July), note in ink dated 7/29/17, stamped and postmarked, addressed to Anthony Kroll.

This is one of the bosses. [World War I Soldier] 1369. Illustrated Postal Card & Nov. Co., n.d. Colored. Used (Junction City, Kans, Funstonbr, June 10, 1918), note in ink, stamped and postmarked.

Macdougal Alley By Bernhardt Wall. Souvenir Postcard. Ferenz-Martini: New York City, 1919. Black and white. One of the series of Greenwich Village postcards reproducing a Wall etching.

Italian Church Minetta St. By Bernhardt Wall. Souvenir Postcard. Ferenz-Martini: New York City, 1919. Black and white. One of the series of Greenwich Village postcards reproducing a Wall etching.

My heart iss broke.... [Dutch Kids] S. 24. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Printed in blue, blue checkered border. Used (Minneapolis, Minn. Sep. 20 - 12), note in ink, stamped and postmarked.

I long to know, how long will you stay avay such a long vays, yet. [Dutch Kids] S. 24. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Printed in blue, blue checkered border. Used (Minneapolis Riversides, Oct. 4, 1912), note in ink, stamped and postmarked.

Miss Independence Born 1776 Yours Patriotically. Independence Day Series No. 122, Subject No. 2318. Ullman, n.d. Colored, embossed. Used (Brooklyn, N.Y., 1912), ink note, stamped and postmarked.

Ve don’t care vedder school keeps or nit. [Dutch Kids] S. 67. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Colored, blue checkered border. Used (Earling, Iowa, June 29, 1914), note in pencil, stamped and postmarked.

Dog gone it ain’t you ever coming? [dog and motto] 6510. S. Bergman, © 1913. Red, white & black. Used (Minneapolis, Minn., May 7, 1917), ink note, stamped and postmarked.

Beliefe me, sveetheart [Dutch Kids]. S 67. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Printed in blue, blue checkered border. Used (Minneapolis, Minn., Jul 9, 1912), ink note, stamped and postmarked.

Set of 19 post cards     $50.00

 

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Item 475

475. Set of 185 Bernhardt Wall post cards, including 54 duplicates, as follows:

ACH, HIMMEL. [Dutch Kids] S. 67. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Blue & white. Used (Kewanee, Illinois, 1912).

ALL I NEED NOW IS A GIRL. [Cute Kids]. Schlesinger Bros., n.d. Black & white. Used (Iowa City, Iowa, 1911).

All men are clay: but I’m a brick. [Cowboy Kids]. American Photo Color Co., n.d. Original hand coloring.

And dat’s wot we men go daffy over. [Cowboy Kids]. Amer. Photo Col. Co., n.d. Black & white. Used (Hanover, Illinois, date illegible). One small stain.

Beliefe me, sveetheart. [Dutch Kids] C.S. 67. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Colored, blue checkered border. Used (Barnum Minnesota, 1918?). Light soiling.

“BUY A PUP?” [Dutch boy]. 524. Ullman, ©1905. Colored. Divided back. Used (?, New York, 1908). Minor staining.

CHRISTMAS GREETINGS IN ALL THE YEAR THERE’S NO SUCH CHEER.... 7001. Bergman, ©1912. Colored, embossed. Printed in correspndence area: “Seaons Greetings from Watertown Lodge No. 838, B.P.O.E. 1913”. Used (Watertown, South Dakota, 1913). A few minor spots; lightly stained at corners where formerly in album.

CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TOYS, JOYS FOR LITTLE GIRLS AND BOYS.... 7001. Bergman, ©1912. Colored, embossed. Used (Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1913). Some staining.

CHRISTMAS TIDINGS. I COULD SEND YOU PRETTY TOYS.... 7001. Bergman, ©1912. Colored, embossed. Used (no postmark).

COULD YOU LOVE A RED-HEAD? [Cute Kids] Series 799-2. T-P & Co., 1911. Colored. Used (Houston, Texas, 1912). Staining from postal cancel on image.

DE HAPPINESS OFF MY HEART SPROUTS.... [Dutch Kids] S. 68. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Blue & white. Used (no postmark). Light soiling.

De luf-light looks me oudt of my eyes.... [Dutch Kids]. N.p., n.d. Black & white. Used (Santa Barbara, California, 1913). A few minor ink spots.

DEMOCRACY SACRIFICE HUMANITY. [Patriotic Themes] 1375. N.p., n.d. Colored.

Dere iss mutch emptiness.... 6200. [Dutch Kids]. Bergman, ©1912. Colored, blue landscape backgound. Used (no postmark). Slight spotting.

Don’t tell nobody never, ever. [Japanese Kids]. American Photo Color Co., n.d. Original hand coloring in yellow. Used (Skowhegan, Maine, 1912).

Dot letter has not yet came.... [Dutch Kids] 6200. Bergman, ©1912. Colored, blue landscape background. Used (Ames, Iowa, 1913). Postmark smear on image.

THE EASIEST WAY TO TAKE ON FLESH. Jolly Lovers Series 186, Subject 2867. Ullman, n.d. Red, black & white. Used (Hardy, Iowa, 1912).

Easter Greetings Don’d be so forlorn.... [Dutch Kids] C.S. 416. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Colored, blue checkered border. Used (Woodhull, New York, 1913). Minor staining.

EVE, ONE SEPTEMBER MORN. [September Morn Kids] 6500. Bergman, ©1913. Colored. Used (no postmark).

Everything is lonely.... [Keeping in Touch] S. 24. N.p., n.d. Black & white. Used (Stoughton, Massachusetts, 1912).

FEELING [girl in red dress] Senses Series No. 61, 1710. Ullman, ©1907. Colored. Undivided back. Used (Parker, Kansas, 1908).

FOOLISHNESS IS NEXT TO HAPPINESS. [Jackass Head]. [Publisher’s name obliterated], ©1910. Brown and white. Used (no postmark).

For a Merry Fourth [colonial lad and flags]. Independence Day Series No. 122, Subject No. 2316. Ullman, n.d. Colored, embossed.

FOR THE RED, WHITE & BLUE TRUE BLUE.... [Patriotic Themes] 1375. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (Memphis, Tennessee, 1918).

Gee! But I iss mighty lonely.... [Dutch Kids] Series 6108. Bergman, ©1912. Colored. Used (Maquoketa, Iowa, 1914). Lightly soiled.

GEE! YOU AT HOME WILL MISS ALL THE EXCITEMENT. [World War I Soldier]. Illustrated Postal Card & Nov. Co., n.d. Colored. Used (no postmark). Minor staining.

GO ON, I AIN’T SEPTEMBER MORN. [September Morn Kids] 6500. Bergman, ©1913. Colored. Used (Davenport, Iowa, 1914).

GOIN’ FISHIN’ IKE? NO, YOU WISE GUY.... Darnphool Series No. 167, Subject No. 2676. Ullman, n.d. Orange, black & white.

A HAPPY CHRISTMAS I’M SO GLAD THAT I CAN SEND.... 7001. Bergman, ©1912. Colored, embossed. Used (no postmark).

A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU [town cryer]. [German Embossed Series]. International Art Publ. Co., n.d. Printed in Germany. Colored, embossed. Used (Liverpool, New York, 1909).

HE WHO KNOWS AND KNOWS THAT HE KNOWS.... [Alcoholic Motto]. P. Riche, ©1910. Colored.

HELP YOUR UNCLE SAM TO DO THIS. [Patriotic Themes]. N.p., n.d. Colored.

HERE IS THE KEY TO MY HEART. [Cute Kids] Series 6101. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (no postmark).

Here’s a line to you. [Cowboy Kids]. American Photo Color Co., n.d. Black & white. Used (Winona, ?, 1913). One corner bent.

Here’s a line to you. [Cowboy Kids]. American Photo Color Co., n.d. Black & white. Used (no postmark). Company name in large and small caps.

THE HOME BAWL TEAM. Komic Kids Series 189, Subject 2882. Ullman, n.d. Red, black & white.

I ain’t good looking: but, I iss cute, vot? [Dutch Kids]. Gibson Art Co., n.d. Colored. Used, no postmark.

I can shoot the left eye out of a flea.... [Cowboy Kids] Series 6109. Bergman, ©1912. Colored. Used (no postmark).

I COULD CRY MY EYES OUT FOR YOU. [Vegetable Heads 316]. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (Hudson, ?, 1911).

I HAF YET SOME FUNNY FEELINGS IN MY HEART. [Dutch Kids] S. 68. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Black & white.

I have a sneaking idea, that you owe me a letter. [Animal Puns] Theochrom Serie 1325. [Theodore Eisman], n.d. Colored. Used (Brookings, South Dakota, 1912).

I have longed many longings yet.... [Dutch Kids] S. 24. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Black & white. Used (postmark illegible).

I HAVE MY EYES ON YOU. [Vegetable Heads] 316. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (no postmark). Slight creasing.

I hope you will have a HAPPY THANKSGIVING [child holding turkey]. N.p., n.d. Black & white. Used (no postmark)

I is comin’ to see U. [Cute Kids] 6321. Bergman, ©1913. Colored.

I iss glad for dis meeting...Easter Greeting. [Dutch Kids]. N.p., n.d. Original hand-coloring. Used (Kans. City & Tulsa, R.P.O., 1913).

I LOVE YOU JACK GIVE ME A BITE. [Cute Kids] Series 799. T. P. & Co., ©1911. Colored. Used (Springfield, 1912). Some ink staining from postal cancel, two corners reinforced with tape.

I luf my girl, yet. [Dutch Kids]. Schlesinger Bros., n.d. Black & white. Used (?, Pennyslvania, 1912).

I SPILL ONLY 70000 BEANS A WEEK INTO MY INTERIOR HOW’S THAT? [World War I Soldier]. N.p., n.d. Colored.

I vonder, vill he kiss me yet. [Dutch Kids]. Schlesinger Bros., ©1911. Black & white. One minor stain.

I vonder, vot feller is kissing her now. [Dutch Kids]. Schlesinger Bros., n.d. Original hand coloring in pastel. Used (Fitchsburg, Massachusetts, 1913).

I want what I want when I want it.... [Cowboy Kids]. American Photo Color Co., n.d. Black & white. Used (Traer, Iowa, 1912). Publisher’s name in upper and lower case.

I want what I want when I want it.... [Cowboy Kids]. Bergman, ©1912. Black & white. Used (Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin, 1917). Minor soiling to image.

I WILL STICK TO YOU FOR KEEPS. [Cute Kids] Series 6101. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (pen and ink cancel, n.p., n.d.).

IF YOU WANT A FRIEND—BE ONE. [Heads around Motto] 6209. N.p., n.d. Colored.

Iff you vill valk upright.... [Dutch Kids] C.S. 24. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Colored.

I’ll bring you back some Souvenirs. [World War I Soldier] 1369. Illustrated Postal Card & Nov. Co., n.d. Colored. Used (Battle Creek, Michigan, Custer Branch, 1918). Minor spotting.

I’ll bring you back some Souvenirs. [World War I Soldier]. N.p., n.d. Colored. Blanks corners bent.

I’m glad I’m thick undt fat. [Dutch Grown-Ups] S.69. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Blue & white. Used (Cherokee, Iowa, 1912). Moderately soiled.

I’M GOING TO BE AN EXPRESS WAGON WHEN I COME BACK. [World War I Soldier]. N.p., n.d. Colored.

I’m going to stay awhile. [Cute Kids]. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (Vandalia, Illinois, 1912). Slight ink staining from cancel.

I’M HENPECKED. Rooster Series No. 170, Subject No. 2689. Ullman, n.d. Red, black & white. Used (Dub. & Sx. City, R.P.O., Iowa, 1910). Some soiling.

I’M ONE, TOO [baby with Masonic badge]. Sepia-gravure Series 160, 2537. Ullman, ©1909. Brown & white. Used (Boston, 1910). (

I’m some Laundress. [World War I Soldier]. N.p., n.d. Colored.

I’M SOME PUMPKIN. [Vegetable Heads] 316. Serie 70-9. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Colored. Used (Placerville, California, 1912).

IN BERLIN, OUR ‘FRIEND’ THE ENEMY SAID.... [Patriotic Themes]. N.p., n.d. Colored.

ISN’T HE A BEAUTY? [Cute Kids] Series 760. T.P. & Co., ©1911. Brown & white. Used (New York City, New York, 1911).

IT BEATS EVERYTHING HOW PEOPLE WILL BORROW TROUBLE.... [Cowboy Kids] Series 6110. Bergman, ©1912. Colored. Used (Miles City, Montana, 1913).

It iss goot to haf a goot time.... [Dutch Kids] Series 6108. Bergman, ©1912. Colored. Used (Massillon, Ohio, 1913). Ink transfer stains from postal cancel.

IT’S HELL, pegging along in life’s race.... [Tramp Philosophy] Series 6107. Bergman, ©1912. Colored. Used (?, Montana, 1912). Some spotting and soiling.

JUST THINK, I WALK ONLY 100 MILES A WEEK. [World War I Soldier]. Illustrated Postal Card & Nov. Co., n.d. Colored.

LITTLE BREECHES SAYS, I WANT TO BE A FARMER WHEN I GROW UP. Little Breeches Series Number 74, 1873. Ullman, ©1906. Colored. Divided back. Used (Pomfret, Maryland, 1908). Chipped an soiled.

LITTLE BREECHES SAYS, I WANT TO BE A FIREMAN WHEN I GROW UP. Little Breeches Series Number 74, 1872. Ullman, ©1906. Colored. Divided back.

LITTLE BREECHES SAYS, I WANT TO BE A SOLDIER WHEN I GROW UP. Little Breeches Series Number 74, 1875. Ullman, ©1906. Colored. Divided back, with printed notice: “This space may be used for correspondence after March 1, 1907.” Used (St. Joseph, Missouri, 1907). Creased at lower right corner.

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, arrives at her grandmother’s house.... 1754. Ullman, ©1906. Colored. Undivided back. Used (Coronado, California, 1907). Creased.

THE LITTLE WATER CARRIER. In Holland Series 87, 1947. Ullman, 1907. Colored. Used (Rouleau, Saskatchewan, 1908). Lightly creasing and one corner bent.

Love me, and de world is our’n. [Cowboy Kids] 6203. Bergman, ©1912. Colored. Used (Albion, New York, 1913). Slight soiling.

May cheer & gratitude fill your THANKSGIVING DAY. 7032 Ullman, ©1912. Colored.

May choy abide Mit you, dear friend Dis Eastertide. [Dutch Kids] C.S. 416. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Colored, blue checkered border. Used (Harrisonburg, Virginia, 1913). Ink cancel on image.

May prosperity make cheerful and happy...THANKSGIVING [child talking to turkey]. 7033. Ullman, ©1912. Colored.

May you haf yet a Happy Easter Easter Greetings. [Dutch Kids] C.S. 416. BS [Barton & Spooner], n.d. Colored, blue checkered border. Used (no postmark).

ME IS TROOLY FOR OO. [Cute Kids] Series 6100. N.p., n.d. Colored.

MONDAY. [Sunbonnet Girls] 1409. Ullman, ©1905. Colored. Undivided back. Signed in pencil by Wall.

Nefer vorry over a ting dot nefer yet vos happened. [Dutch Kids] Series 6108. Bergman, ©1912. Colored. Used (no postmark).

NEVER TROUBLE TROUBLE UNTIL TROUBLE TROUBLES YOU. Colorgravure Series No. 138, Subject No. 2194. Ullman, ©1907. Colored.

NOBODY’S SQUAW. [Indian Kids]. Schlesinger Bros., ©1911. Black & white. Used (Toledo, Ohio, 1912).

O, I GOT MY I ON U. [Cute Kids]. Schlesinger Bros. , ©1911. Black & white. Used (Richmond, Virginia, 1913).

O Lordy, I’m a little lonely lad.... [Cowboy Kids]. Amer. Photo Col. Co., n.d. Black & white. Some staining & smudging.

OF SUCH ARE DREAMS MADE. Jolly Lovers Series 186, Subject 2868. Ullman, n.d. Red, black & white. Some abrasion to verso affecting a few printed words.

Oh joy! there will be one heap big time. [Indian Kids]. American Photo Color Co., n.d. Black & white. Used (Edwards, New York, 1913).

Oh wad some power the giftie gie us.... April Fool Series No. 156, Subject No. 2487. Ullman, ©1909. Colored. Used (no postmark).

OH, YOU. [Dutch Kids]. Schlesinger Bros., n.d. Black & white. Used (Enterprise, Kansas, 1912).

THE ONLY TWO ON EARTH. Automobile Series 184, Subject 2787. Ullman, n.d. Colored. Used (Portland, Oregon, 1911).

OUR OLD EAGLE WON’T SCREECH.... [Patriotic Themes] 1375. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (Stockton, California, 1918).

OVER HERE OVER THERE COOING WOOING...[couples: adult, child, cat, mouse]. Series 6103. N.p., n.d. Colored.

OVER THE TOP HURRAH. [World War I Soldier] 40. Illustrated Postal Card & Nov. Co., n.d. Colored.

SAY—I’LL BRING HOME THE BACON. [World War I Soldier]. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (?, Nebraska, 1920). Creased.

Say, it doesn’t take much to make me happy.... [Cowboy Kids] Series 6109. Bergman, ©1912. Colored. Used (?, Iowa, 1913). A few small stains.

7.A.M. BREAKFAST-TIME. Hours of the Day, Series Number 69, 1766. Ullman, ©1906. Colored. Small crease at lower left corner.

SMELLING [girl in red dress]. [Senses] 555. Ullman, ©1906. Colored. Divided back. Used (no postmark). Written message in Swedish. One minor abrasion and some light soiling.

SPRING [girl with large red hat]. Seasons Series Number 57, 1652. Ullman, ©1906. Colored. Undivided back. Used (Tacoma, Washington, 1907).

“A STRIKE” [alcoholic bowler]. 511. U[llman] Co., 1907. Colored.

TAKE NOTICE AN OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE HIGHLY IMPROVED PROPERTY.... Take Notice Series 138, Subj. 2828. Ullman, n.d. Colored. Used (Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, 1911).

TASTING [girl in red dress]. [Senses] 554. Ullman, ©1906. Colored. Divided back. Used (Connellsville, Pennsylvania, 1912). Slight soiling.

There is a man who never drinks.... Tramp Philosophy Series 173, Subject 2703. Ullman, n.d. Colored. Used (no postmark).

This is our alarm clock. [World War I Soldier] 1369. Illustrated Postal Card & Nov. Co., n.d. Colored.

This is our alarm clock. [World War I Soldier] 1369. N.p., n.d. Colored.

THIS MUST BE APRIL FIRST. Colored. April Fool Series No. 156, Subject No. 2489. Ullman, ©1909. Colored.

Two’s company, three’s too many. Jassack Series 188, Subject 2877. Ullman, n.d. Red, black & white.

Vacation. I’m the guy that’s going to kill care. [Vacation] 6318. Bergman, ©1912. Colored. Used (West Mansfield, Ohio, 1913).

Vishing you choy undt lots of good tings for Christmas. [Dutch Kids]. Bergman, ©1912. Original hand coloring. Used (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1914 & Evansville, Wisconsin, 1914). Some soiling, and short tear to blank margin.

Vonce upon a time. [Dutch Kids]. Schlesinger Bros., ©1910. Black & white. Used (postmark illegible).

Vould’nt ve make a dandy pair yet? [Dutch Kids]. Schlesinger, ©1911. Black & white. Used (Champaign, Illinois, 1913). Light ink staining from postal cancel and one short tear.

WE’RE HAPPY WHEN THE GHOST WALKS. [World War I Soldier] 12. Illustrated Postal Card & Nov. Co., n.d. Colored. Used (Jersey City, New Jersey, Merit Branch, 1918).

When you smile, another smiles.... Tramp Philosophy Series 173, Subject 2701. Ullman, n.d. Colored. Used (Big Springs, Texas, 1910).

WHY DIDN’T YOU CUT IT OUT? Colorgravure Post Card, Series 138, Subject 2769. Ullman, n.d. Colored. Used (no postmark).

WINTER [girl with large red hat]. Seasons Series Number 57, 1653. Ullman, ©1906. Colored. Divided back.

Wishing you a glorious 4th [bear with firecrackers]. Independence Day Series No. 122, Subject No. 2321. Ullman, n.d. Colored, embossed. Used (Tustin, California, 1912). Slightly worn along top edge.

WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR [adult trumpeters]. [German Embossed Series]. International Art Publ. Co., ©1908. Printed in Germany. Colored, embossed.

WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR [child trumpeter]. [German Embossed Series]. S. Garre, ©1909. Printed in Germany. Colored, embossed. Used (no postmark)

WISHING YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR [tobogganers]. [German Embossed Series]. S. Garre, ©1909. Printed in Germany. Colored, embossed. Used (Cherokee, Iowa, 1909).

Wishing you a most HAPPY NEW YEAR [clock and wishbone]. [German Embossed Series]. International Art Publ. Co., ©1908. Printed in Germany. Colored, embossed. Used (San Francisco, 1909). Tape repair.

Wishing you a prosperous NEW YEAR [child with trumpet and clock]. [German Embossed Series]. International Art Publ. Co., ©1908. Printed in Germany. Colored, embossed. Used (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 1909).

Wishing you a prosperous NEW YEAR [child with trumpet and clock]. [German Embossed Series]. S. Garre, ©1909. Printed in Germany. Colored, embossed. Used (Boston, Massachusetts, 1910).

Won’t you share my wigwam with me? [Indian Kids]. Amer. Photo. Col. Co., n.d. Brown & white. Minor chip at upper left blank corner.

XMAS WISHES THERE ARE THINGS I’D LIKE TO HAVE.... 7001. Bergman, ©1912. Colored, embossed.

Ye SHRINER’S Mecca. Colorgravure Series No. 138, Subject 2501. Ullman, ©1909. Colored.

YOU ARE THE APPLE OF MY EYE. [Vegetable Heads] 316. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (Bangor, Michigan, 1912).

YOU SENT ME AWAY WITH A SMILE I’M STILL WEARING THAT SMILE. [World War I Soldier]. N.p., n.d. Colored. Used (Soldiers Mail Capt. E.W. Hamlin, Q.M.H.Q.). Stained.

YU NEED A CRACKER FOR A GLORIOUS 4TH. Independence Day Series No. 122, Subject No. 2320. Ullman, n.d. Colored, embossed.

Set of 185 post cards     $500.00

 

476. IN MARK TWAIN’S MISSOURI...LIME ROCK, CONN, 1931. 12.5 x 7.5 cm. Signed on recto and hand-lettered by Wall on verso. Etched title card for post card series.     $35.00

 

477. IN MARK TWAIN’S MISSOURI...LIME ROCK, CONN, 1931. 12.5 x 7.5 cm. Signed on recto and hand-lettered by Wall on verso. Etched title card for post card series.     $25.00

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478. MARK TWAIN’S HOME IN HANNIBAL | Wall 1932. 12.5 x 7.5 cm. Slate green. Etched for In Mark Twain’s Missouri. Fine.     $30.00

 

479. OLD COVERED BRIDGE OVER SALT RIVER, FLORIDA | Wall 1932. 7.5 x 12.5 cm. Umber. Etched for In Mark Twain’s Missouri. Signed on recto and hand-lettered by Wall on verso.     $30.00

 

480. WE MORTALS ARE EVER INTERESTED IN THE IMMORTALS—WALL. Miniature etching .4.5 x 3 cm. Tan ink. Mounted within an etched ornamental frame border (7.5 x 6 cm.). Grey ink. Fine.    $25.00

 

481. WE MORTALS ARE EVER INTERESTED IN THE IMMORTALS—WALL. Miniature etching .4.5 x 3 cm. Tan ink. Mounted within an etched ornamental frame border (7.5 x 6 cm.). Grey ink. Fine.     $25.00

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