Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Day 27

Vintage postcards.

7 comments:

  1. Oooooh, loving today's collection! It's one of my favorite things to look for at antique stores!

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  2. I love your blog - inspired me to collect and display all kinds of wonderful things! I think a year of collections is wonderful and can't wait to see everyday's new one!
    Love today's !

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  3. i collect vintage postcards too..i especially love them if they've been written on and postmarked..love the history!

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  4. postcards, especially RPPC (real picture postcards) are my favorites. I have a set from someone's vacation to paris in the late 50s, its my favorite.

    I hope that you have seen or read everything's illuminated, because it's one of my favorites and jonathan would love this blog.

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  5. Reminds me of the postcard correspondence of my mother's family, starting in 1902. My grandmother was the French Governess to an aristocratic family in Amsterdam received cards from friends both at the house in the city (now the mayor's residence) and the country house, a small castle in 'sGraveland, her sister held the same pssition with another family which also traveled back and forth between both places. They each married one of two brothers.

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  6. Lisa,
    I'm glad I stumbled over here. Wonderful collections; I look forward to coming back.

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