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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING / ELECTRICITY / Electrónica /
Elektronik / ELEKTRONIKA / Électronique / Elektroonika /
Rafeindatækn / Електроника / 電子學 / इलैक्ट्रॉनिक्स / 전자공학
$5,000,000 Electrically operated Coal Loader #3. / This Loader can handle 60
90-ton Card per Hour or a Car per minute 9A-H2180" showing a ship
alongside in Sandusky Ohio, also an inset showing Dock No. 2 & Dock No. 1;
unused circa 1939 postcard, lightly toned back, small upper corner bend.
19 MAY 1908 ENID & WAURIKA R.P.O. cancel ties 1-c Jefferson stamp franking post card to Kansas City Missouri. Color view shows "DAM OF THE CHICKASHA ELECTRIC POWER PLANT, CHICKASHA, OKLA. All corners rounded, 2 corners creased but nothing affecting the stamp or cancel. $15.00 o(c)e-r
"52:--Mahoning-Hull-Rust, Largest Open Pit Iron Mine in the World, Hibbing, Minn. / Mammoth New Electric Shovel Loading Iron into Ore Cards, Minnesota Arrowhead Country." with interesting statistics printed on the back, unused white-border era post card published by Arrowhead Trading Post in Duluth, small paper separation at one upper corner, otherwise fairly fresh. $3.75 smme
"66 NIGHT SCENE ON LAKE, ELECTRIC PARK, KANSAS CITY, MO." from the lake, lit by approximately 100,000 bulbs, 2 towers framing the scene which includes the arc of the covered band pavilion towards the right--where Sousa, Sorrentino & Scariatti played at this former amusement park. Color postcard mailed there SEP 14 1908 to Miss Adah Dingey in Cloud Ohio by her cousin George, lightly toned back, small but conspicuous upper corner crease, long bottom corner crease hidden in a dark area, 1-3/4" internal crease vertically from the top edge. $4.75 m(k)gae
"ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN BEFORE MARRIAGE // WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY COMING HOME AT THIS TIME ETC.. YOU ETC. ETC. // GET AN EXTRA STRONG GRAMAPHONE(sic) TO LECTURE YOU FOR COMING HOME LATE IT WILL 'BREAK YOU IN'" unused comic postcard with unevenly divided back (circa-1908), minor corner & edge wear. The correct spelling of the product name is Gramophone, a trademark since 1887. $5.00 ec
"Air Cooled / Burns Kerosene / Knight Sleeve Valve Engine / Semi-Automatic / 32 Volts--750 Watts // Willys Light / POWER AND LIGHT WITH THE QUIET KNIGHT // CITY COMFORTS FOR COUNTRY HOMES // Electric Auto-Lite corporation / Willys Light Division TOLEDO, O., U. S. A. // COMMERCIAL COLORTYPE CO. - CHICAGO" unused circa-1920 advertising postcard printed for distribution at a fairground exhibit (per the printing on back), minor corner wear. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. eo(t)a
"AMERICAN ELECTRIC SWITCH CORP., MINERVA, OHIO / Photo: Byers Studio, Minerva" showing an exterior corner, unused post card, small light spot of toning in message area, light toning along short back edge near stamp box, good edges. $5.00 o(m)ie
"BEAUTY · UTILITY · COMFORT / Exemplified in the / Electrical Fixtures / Sold by / H. T. SCHMIDT / Electric Co." unused Azo (triangles up & down) sepia-tone real photo with undivided back, tiny bottom corner crease, other edge wear is minor. The only mentions we found for this firm in the Davenport Daily Republican all dated 1902 - 1905. Rare: no other offers, recorded sales, or exhibits when we searched the Internet. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. i(d)i(s)eg
"Birth place of Thomas A. Edison, Milan, Ohio" a not-often-seen inset portrait of him as a young man; postcard addressed & messaged on the back but not mailed, made in Germany for The Hugh C. Leighton Company in Portland Maine, back lightly toned, slight rounding to the corners. $10.00 eo(m)
"Boulder Dam Powerhouse--Nevada Wing / U. S. BUREAU OF RECLAMATION PHOTO 1B-H408" with a few people for scale, unused circa-1941 (from the printer's code) linen postcard, very light toning on back is from the printing process, minor wear to a bottom corner. $2.50 n(b)i(m)e
BROOKLYN EDISON EXHIBIT 1908
"ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCOLATOR / Coffee-making a dainty dining room pleasure / instead of a dirty kitchen task. Ask about it." unused real photo postcard with the following advertising text in the back message area 'SOUVENIR FROM THE BROOKLYN EDISON EXHIBIT AT THE 1908 ELECTRICAL SHOW , MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, OCT 3rd to 14th, inclusive'. That event was described & devices shown there were enumerated in great detail in the November 7 1908 Electrical World, starting at page 853. The 'coffee pot' mentioned on page 855 was built by the Simplex Heating Company. As far as we can determine, this is the only surviving postcard focusing exclusively on that device. $30.00 ean(b)f
"This toaster is one of my birthday gifts. It makes delicious toast and is great fun. I wish you had one. The Edison Company sell(sic) them. Jessica" real photo post card mailed NOV 25 1908 at Detroit Michigan to Mrs. Henry Keel in that city. This rarely-seen early design had the bread flat to the table instead of perpendicular to it--the same orientation that mimicked how toast was made over a fire since the Middle Ages! The manual flipping of bread, as seen here, in any kind of toaster was not eliminated until 1913. If you look closely in the background there are 3 other electrical devices; the middle one is the very electric coffee percolater seen on the postcard above! $30.00 eaf
keep these 2 postcards together, as they should be,
"Bryan-Marsh Company / Imperial Incandescent Lamps // DOUBLE FILAMENT LAMPS / THE MOST ECONOMICAL TO USE // THEY COST MORE PER LAMP / BUT YOU USE FEWER OF THEM" advertising postal card mailed SEP 10 1904 to Oneida Knitting Millis in Utica New York from a travelling salesman at the Hotel Hamilton in Holyoke Massachusetts, asking a customer to be more specific about the type of bulbs ordered. Bryan-Marsh lamps were second only to Edison in quantity worldwide at that time. They made over 100 styles, which occasioned the inquiry. $4.75 e
"CI8CW" QSL viewcard showing the ICOM radio equipment provided to the skiers in a joint Russian/Canadian expedition from Severnaya Zemlya Archipelago to Cape Colombia on Ellesmere Island which was successful. The March 10 1988 date is early, so their log book indicates they were heading towards Sredniy Island. Most unusual. $5.00 aers
"CLARENCE MILLER / He's Your Kind Of Congressman / • A native, former mayor and lifelong resident of / Lancaster / ..." listing more background & policy preferences, campaign postcard bulk-rate mailed from Lancaster Ohio (Permit No. 136), excellent condition. An electrical engineer by prior trade, he held patents about pumping of gas. $2.75 pfeo
"CLASS '08 / OHIO UNIVERSITY / ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEP'T" with each of the 19 portraits framed within an electric motor, unused Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard, small upper corner crease. 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 o(a)ec(o)
"CLASS '09 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEP'T / OHIO UNIVERSITY" with each of the 15 portraits framed by interconnected incandescent light bulbs, real photo postcard mailed JUL 1909, trivial corner wear. Writer comments: 'the two in cap & gown are grads of the scientific course as well'. A clever design: the wires cross in the center to give the class year. 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 ec(o)o(a)
"COIL WINDING SEC. 'E. WESTINHOSE(sic) E. & M. CO." meaning of course the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company in East Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, male supervisors & repairmen standing in the background; unused circa-1904 sepia-tone real photo with undivided back, trivial wear at the bottom corners, slight oxidation. A film was made in this section in 1904 which can be seen at the Library of Congress website. A rare postcard. Why? Company officials were surely not amused at how their name was spelled! Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. p(e)ie
"COLISEUM JANUARY 13th TO 25th / ELECTRICAL SHOW CHICAGO 1908 / THIRD ANNUAL ELECTRICAL SHOW" unused advertising postcard with unevenly divided back, minor wear at the bottom corners, just a few tiny spots of toning on back. While you can find this card on exhibit & a few reproduction offers as well, you will seldom see the real thing offered in nice condition, as we do here! $7.00 ei(c)i(m)
"Come over and hear our EDISON just received from Lit Brothers Edison Phonograph Distributors PHILA." unused & embossed advertising post card published by the Rose Company in Philadelphia, circa-1910 back paper has a little album toning & a small spot of paste adherence. Lit Brothers was a moderately priced department store that is now in the National Register of Historic Places. Seldom offered, seldom seen. $10.00 eap(p)
"COMISION FEDERAL DE ELECTRICIDAD / MEXICO / PLANTA HIROELECTRICA DE SANTA BARBARA, CAPACIDAD 65,575 Kw." Interior showing Westinghouse equipment, unused Kodak real photo postcard, trivial edge wear, low-contrast /grayish. Interesting. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 mie
"COPYRIGHTED 1913 BY H. M. ANSCHUTZ / POWER HOUSE, MISSISSIPPI RIVER POWER CO., KEOKUK, IOWA." unused post card published by C. H. Rollins & Co. in Keokuk, fairly fresh with good edges. $2.50 i(k)e
Copyrighted circa-1909 Parham & Shedd winding & connecting diagrams comparing the armatures for the General Electric 800 & Westinghouse-No. 3 railway motors in great detail, tear at bottom center closes well, corners chipped & rounded, back is blank. $5.00 er(m)
"EA3NY" Madrid bi-fold QSL viewcard used 1990, picturing the Kenwood electronics to be used at Barcelona Olympics in 1992, C.O.A.R. B'92 logo on multicolor back. Each side is the size of a regular postcard. Nice! $3.75 seo
"EDISON MAZDA LAMPS // Edison's Dream Comes True // EDISON DAY October 21st / 36th Anniversary of Incandescent Lighting // 'THE ELECTRIC SHOP / 405 Race Street" picturing the city of Cincinnati all lit up at night, blotter longer than a regular-size postcard, used for its intended purposes, several tiny speckles of light toning show mostly in the front borders. Eloquent in its testimony as to the significance of his invention. $4.50 o(c)e
"EK1AA" shortwave (7 MCS) Tangier International Zone QSL card used 1948 by operator A. K. DeVinney at RCA Communications there (part of the Tangier Radio Relay System so useful to link the New York to Moscow and New York to Bombay circuits), small upper corner crease, paper starting to show its age. $3.00 mte
"ELECTRICAL SHOW, COLISEUM--CHICAGO--JAN. 15-29, 1910 / The right place to see a Wright Aeroplane and everything else that's right electrical." postcard mailed JAN 15 at Chicago Illinois to Mrs. Addie Kiplinger in Morgan Park Illinois (where it arrived later that same day!), long vertical crease through the center of the card, lower corner crease, spots of reddish toning on back, small scrape at the edge about the stamp. This was their 4th annual electrical show. Rare. Sold but both sides still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scans (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75 either or $7.25 both. a(p)i(c)e
"Electronic / Film Imaging / Are you involved in LASER SCANNING, IMAGE / DIGITIZING ..." illustrated unused business reply card from a January 1995 ad campaign for Mekel Engineering Incorporated in Walnut California, excellent condition. $1.25 c(w)e
"ELIX" unused circa-1920 advertising postcard for incandescent light bulbs manufactured by Elix (Brussels, Belgium), slightly wider than regular-size, excellent condition. As always in advertising, sex sells: so the background coloration for the bulb invites you to compare its shape to the shape of the lovely lady's breast. There is no writing on the back, nor is there any toning. The stamp box is comprised of short dashed lines. The back is unevenly divided, with the address portion getting about 60% of the area. There are 5 horizontal lines in the address section: short left-justified at the top, 3 lines of full length, then a short right-justified line at the bottom. Rare! $22.50 eb(b)a
"From The General Electric Company, Limited, / 71, Queen Victoria Street, E. C / April 11th. '07. / Messrs Metropolitan Borough of Islington, / Head Office ..." illustrated (Mitton generators & motors, continuous or polyphase current, on back), postal card mailed APR 11 1907 with 1/2-p stamp, typed message apologizes for wrong size wire delivery corrected by messenger delivery that day. Interesting. $4.50 e(l)
"FT5ZB" shortwave (10 MHz) Amsterdam Island / Nouvelle Amsterdam QSL card with several commercial logos on front -- Antenne Tonna, Batima Electronic, Kenwood, Clipperton DX Club, AGRIMPEX, etc.; used 1998 by operator Dany (ex F6CZB & J28EI). $5.00 fe
"FY8C" continental Cayenne French Guiana QSL carte postale, used 1937 by operator C. Narolles, advertising for Philips Radio on both sides, very light toning. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 fera
"G2BRR" Swindon Wiltshire continental shortwave (14 mc) QSL post card used 1967 by operator Richard 'Dick) G. Rugg, attractive logo of the Plessey Company Limited, upper corner crease, small but noticeable wear and bends to the other corners, ding to the bottom edge, nonetheless attractive. This company was an international electronics, defense & telecommunications company until 1989. $2.00 e(s)ei
"GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY / OFFICE 10th FLOOR MONADNOCK BUILDING / WARE HOUSE 365-465 EAST ILLINOIS STREET // TELEPHONES / OFFICE HARRISON 1686 / WAREHOUSE RANDOLPH 4081" showing a GE delivery van in development for use in Chicago Illinois (given the addresses already on), sepia-tone real photo postcard with good focus & contrast, addressed to 'C. L. Draper / Office' (GE engineer with patents to his credit, worked there circa 1914-1921), slight toning shows in the front margins. The engine-under-the-seat design suggests that the manufacturer was Autocar. The absence of a cab is unusual, suggesting that the topmost structures were still to be added, so that electrical equipment transported would not be subjected to the elements. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. ai(c)e
"GM3AXX" Stewarton (Baile nan Stiùbhartach, Ayrshire) QSL postcard with exceptionally attractive hobby-related graphics & Pye Telecommunications Limited (Cambridge England) logo used 1993 by operator Alastair M. Fraser, excellent condition. $2.50 sqe
"GW3ZV" colorful & interesting Rhigos (near Aberdare South Wales) QSL card used 1948 by operattor John Banner MBE, logo of Sobell Radio (later Sobell Radio and Television Development Laboratory). Tape remnants in 3 spots, 1 small corner crease with nearby wear, slightly longer than a regular-size postcard. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 wre
"INTERIOR OF ELECTRIC SHOP. / JACKSON AND MICHIGAN BLVDS., CHICAGO" postcard with their logo in green over the back message area, mailed APR 6 1914, long bottom corner crease. Rare: no other offers, recorded sales, or exhibits when we searched the Internet. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. i(c)i(s)e#
"Jamestown / N. Y. July 7 1932" 5x7" sepia-tone photograph with good focus & contrast, showing 6 employees of the Niagara Hudson Power Corporation beside truck 765 bearing the company logo, electric power equipment in the background. Shortly before, in 1929, this company was incorporated combining 59 smaller entities; later it became Niagara Mohawk Holdings Inc. $10.00 n(j)et
"JOS. N. DAVIES / W8ANT / NEW AND USED TRANSMITTING EQUIPMENT / FOR / AMATEUR AND COMMERCIAL RADIO STATIONS. / EIMAC TUBES IN STOCK ..." advertising postal card mailed NOV 1 1935 from Cincinnati, citing a Mount Airy address, marked 'Return Postage Guaranteed / RADIO W8CXW / TRENTON OHIO' on address side, small bottom corner crease, a little cancel ink on front, paper browning with age. $5.00 o(c)o(m)ea
"K3HS" Dresher Pennsylvania QSL postcard with Reddy Kilowatt design, prepared for operator Harry A. Schools, exceptionally fresh & attractive. $2.50 p(d)e& NEW / NUEVO / NY
"K3SJL / 8 // 'One of the Hams at Heath'" Heathkit advertising QSL post card with color view of the North Pier Lighthouse at Saint Joseph Michigan, 2 small pinholes at top center, unimportant toning in address area on back. Used by operator Owen W. Cook. $3.75 mle*
"KA7IYS" QSL postcard with illustrations of the Marconi spark coil & Marconi spark gap, mailed 1981 by operator Jim Aigner, tiny corner bend, 4 small postal routing marks on front. $1.75 we
"KKG6185" unused Bridgeton New Jersey QSL postcard picturing 2 walkie-talkies in black & white, made for operators Al & Estelle Coombs, small bend at one upper corner, very light toning along one short back edge. $2.00 ne
"KL7CRE" territorial Anchorage Alaska QSL post card with Redi Kilowatt art, used by 1958 Philco techrep Dean W. Manley (APO942 address, good strike of its cancel on back), faint small bottom corner crease. $4.00 ae-a
"LA7IN" Karmoy Isle QSL card used 1972, all-over design shows an boat coming to service high-voltage equipment in a storm, tiny bottom corner crease, tiny spot of red color at left front edge. Interesting printed information about the island pasted to back. $3.00 ne
"LITTLE CHARLES RUBY / 31" the Purdue University AIEE homecoming parade float bearing an electrical motor, 2 gauges to measure its output & students from the Electrical Engineering Department; Charles Ruby being the instructor's name (mentioned in the 1910 Electrical Review and Western Electrician, Vol. 56 No. 2) who designed it & is probably on the float; unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard. Seldom seen; seldom offered. The place is Lafayette Indiana. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. epc(p)i(l)
Lot of 42 different business reply cards bearing ads targeted to electrical engineers, dating to November 1994, almost all near mint with fresh appearance. Good variety: portable data acquisition systems, controllers, transducers, instrumentation references, connectors & much much more. Interesting group. $12.00 e
Lot of 41 different business reply cards with ads targeted to electrical engineers, all dating to January 1995, almost all near mint with fresh appearance. Good variety: battery supplier (shown left), instrumentation, fuses, client / server manufacturing software (shown right), cable assemblies & much much more. Interesting group. $11.00 e
Lot of 46 different business reply cards bearing ads targeted to electrical engineers, dating to May 1995, almost all near mint with fresh appearance. Good variety: interconnect components (shown right), source-level debugger (shown left), data acquisition boards, waveform recorders, power supplies & much much more. $12.50 e
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"M & E 18700-8-10-14 10M / ... STANLEY & PATTERSON / Electrical Supplies / Downtown-District Store / 23 MURRAY ST.-27 WARREN ST. / ... / CENTRAL-DISTRICT STORE / 141 - 143 - 145 WEST 36th ST. / (JUST WEST OF B'WAY / NEW YORK / ... / NEW YORK AGENTS GENERAL ELECTRIC CO'S EDISON LAMPS" postal card acknowledging an order of the Lima Mattress company in Lima Ohio, mailed SEP 16 1914, upper corner creased & toned. $3.75 n(n)e
"Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.'s Home Office Bldg., N. Y. City. Corner of Engine Room. Electrical and elevator equipment the largest of any office building in the world." Undivided back postcard mailed 1907, album marks on back, corner wear & rounding, corner crease. $4.75 (nie)
"METALLUM / VACUUM / ½WATT / JOH. KREMENEZKY, WIEN / XX. DRESDNERSTR. 57 TEL. 42-0-60" unused advertising card for an incandescent light bulb business owned by Johann Kremenezky, founder of the Jewish National Fund and Herzl's financier; slightly taller than a regular-size postcard, small corner crease, other minor corner wear. Reverse side carries a handwritten message (spellings as found): 'Dear Sir - Enclosed I'm sending yoy the proposal that you have sended me, hopping that you will give me your agency to the Portuguese Colonys.' Yona Krementzky, another spelling of his name, headed the JNF-KKL. Among other things, he initiated the Golden Book, and the publication of JNF stamps. Tying all it together, and among his many honors, he was nominated as one of the Dignitory Citizens of Vienna. This document is not signed but it is obviously an attempt to further his business. $40.00 jea
"(M)OTEURS ELECTRIQUES / LMB / MAGNETO BELGE S.A. BRUXELLES" advertising carte postale for 4-horsepower electric engines, mailed 24.6.35 from the International Exposition at Brussels to a local recipient, 6 stamps tied with a fancy expo cancel, minor corner wear. Miscut at the printer but used anyway. $5.00 bae-eb
"N, L and O, POWER CO." uncaptioned (so we use the erroneously punctuated sign on the building) real photo postcard with good focus & contrast from Myer & Co. (photographers in nearby Jordan NY), mailed at Weedsport February 5 1914. This is the local office of the Niagara, Lockport & Ontario Power Company which used excess electrical generating facilities of interurban systems at night to provide electrical power for street lighting & for businesses with evening hours in a wide area. Note their specialized vehicle to ride the rails of the electrified trolleys which provided interurban service regionally; this was needed because the condition of the electrical lines over the rails was of paramount importance to them. The card has several creases which are surprisingly inconspicuous when viewed from the front. Rare & instructive. 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 n(w)eu
"NO. 33 ELECTROTECHNOLOGY DIVISION / NEW YORK MUSEUM OF SCIENCE & INDUSTRY ROCKEFELLER CENTER, N. Y." unused post card with paper starting to yellow evenly with age. Back mentions interactive exhibits & their Hall of Motion. Definitely hard-to-find! $9.00 en(n)m
WORKS, CIRCA 1917.
"OAKLAND LAMP WORKS / 1648 16th STREET / OAKLAND, CAL. / LUNCH ROOM" with approximately 100 female employees ready to eat; unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with high contrast, good composition & focus, trivial corner wear. $40.00 c(w)ie
"OAKLAND LAMP WORKS / 1648 16th STREET / OAKLAND, CAL. / SERVICE ROOM" luxuriously appointed in rattan furniture, unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with exemplary contrast, composition & focus, trivial corner wear. $15.00 c(w)ie
"OAKLAND LAMP WORKS / 1648 16th STREET / OAKLAND, CAL. / SERVICE ROOM" brightly lit & occupied by several dozen ladies, probably employees posing; unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with good contrast, composition & focus, trivial corner wear. $35.00 c(w)ie
"Service Room / Oakland Lamp Works / 1648 - 16 St. / Oakland Cal" luxuriously appointed & decked out for Christmas, unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard with exemplary contrast, composition & focus, trivial corner wear. $19.00 c(w)ie
"Official Souvenir / Post Card // ELECTRICITY BUILDING // SAMUEL CUPPLES ENVELOPE CO., ST LUIS-NEW YORK, SOLE STATIONERY LICENSEE" with signed C. Graham art, mailed 1904, minor corner & edge wear, light album marks at the corners. $8.00 e(4)mea
"OG1AD" Salo Finland multicolor shortwave (21 MHz) club QSL card used 1988. Advertising of Salora, a former consumer electronic manufacturer located there, then celebrating its 60th anniversary, small bottom corner bend, tiny spot on front obscures nothing, fairly fresh. $2.75 fe
"OKLAHOMA CITY 10 MILES // SOUTH WESTERN ELECTRIC Co." with 6 passengers within a photographer's prop automobile, circa-1905 unused sepia-tone real photo postcard with undivided back, trivial corner wear. From the days when companies such as General Electric were trying to finance electrical power systems & form operating companies. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. o(o)ae
"OUR TWO SERVICE DEPARTMENTS / APPLIANCE REPAIRS RADIO REPAIRS / ... / KELLOGG & BERTINE / 692 MADISON AVENUE / ... Near 62nd Street NEW YORK 21, N. Y." advertising postal card mailed 1954 (1-c stamp added), soiled front, vertical crease through center, as is. The location is the Lenox Hill neighborhood of Manhattan was there since at least 1919, but is now gone. Interesting: suggests rewiring appliances, comments on 1950 model radios; etc. $2.00 n(m)re
"PRACTICAL COMPONENTS INC." / ... / Dummy parts just go a whole lot smarter" unused business reply card from their November 1997 campaign offering their catalogue to electrical engineers. The firm is in Huntington Beach California. $1.00 ce
"Public Square at Night during / G. A. R. Convention, June 1908, Lima, Ohio" post card showing the large number of electric lights to great advantage, made in Germany, note on back dates to 1910, trivial corner & edge wear. The Grand Army of the Republic was a fraternity of Union Army veterans from the Civil War. $8.50 o(l)cfe*
"Secret Service / 'The Automatic Telephone is all there all the time.' / FEBRUARY 1908 / Compliments of Automatic Electric Company ~ Chicago ~ Electrical Show '08" with the months below undisturbed; postcard mailed FEB 4 1908 at Chicago to Mrs. Rufus Porter in Adamsville Massachusetts, hold at top to facilitate calendar use, long bottom corner crease with stress marks breaks the paper in spots but ironed out fairly well. $5.00 tci(c)e
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"SMUGGLERS NOTCH / LIGHT AND POWER CO. / PLANT NO. 1 STOWE VT / 3612" unused circa-1946 Dupont Photo Products real photo postcard in excellent condition. Surprisingly hard to find. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. v(s)e
"South Main Street, Adrian, Mich." prominently showing the A. B. Park Co. / Dry Goods & Carpets Building, the temporary large sign announcing the move in of the Robert Thomson & Co. with Up-to-Date Shoes next door 'about October 1st', horse & buggy & early auto at the curb, & 'ELECTRIC LIGHT / IS THE ONLY WAY' sign; unused postcard made in Germany, published for Farmer Fred in Battle Creek. Quite fresh for its age and rare! 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 m(a)fg(p)me
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"THE ELDORADO ELECTRIC AND REFRIGERATING COMPANY" with workers standing outside & a railcar nearby; post card mailed at El Dorado Kansas MAR 4 1908 to H. B. Cowley at the USA Hospital there by sister Maud, San Francisco transit & partial Yokohama violet receiving mark, long upper corner crease, 2 other corners creased but not into the image, all corners rounded, a little cancel ink in the front sky, unimportant toning both sides. Rare: when we searched the Internet no one was offering it, no one was displaying it & no one bragged about having sold it. $7.00 k(e)ie
"The NEW BLF Series / Surface Mountable Filter..." unused black & white business reply card from a CORCOM January 1998 ad campaign, fresh appearance. Device is illustrated. CORCOM is in Libertyville Illinois. $1.00 ie
"Thomas Edison. / Listening to a Master Record at the Edison Labratory(sic), West Orange, N. J. 1605" with the inventor at the right; unused postcard with undivided back, trivial corner wear. Rare: no other offers, one recorded sale & no other displays when we searched the Internet. Why? The discovery of the misspelling of the important word 'Laboratory' probably led to its early retirement! Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. n(w)e
"TUNGSRAM - DRAHTLAMPE / MIT GEZOGENEM DRAHT UNVERWÜSTLICH!" advertising postcard for incandescent electric lamps with supposedly indestructable tungsten wires, made by the Hungarian manufacturer Tungsram; postcard mailed 1917 at Ruse / Pyce Bulgaria, a few tiny speckles of cancel ink on the front, minor corner wear. The only comparable card we found --different art, same wording -- when searching the Internet fetched 100 Euros in a European auction. Sold but b0th sides still available for scholarly study & research as enlarged 300-dpi scans (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75 either or $7.25 both. eah-b
Uncaptioned & unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles up) real photo showing Main Street lit up at night during the Wright Brothers Celebration in Dayton Ohio (June 17 & 18, 1909), centered on sign 'ANYWHERE IN DAYTON / ELECTRIC / LIGHT & POWER / CHEAP / THE DAYTON LIGHTING...", oxidation consistent with age, back toned a bit from album & paper clip contact, good edges. $8.00 o(d)e
"U. S. 240. Block Island, R. I. Electric Horse Car." showing it fully loaded with passengers & conductor; miscaptioned because neither the car nor the horse was electric. Postcard mailed 1907 from Pawtucket to England with 2-c stamp, noticeable corner rounding, minor wear at top edge, front corners with light album toning, back toned especially near bottom edge. $22.50 rhe
"VE2PE1F" shortwave monitor / shortwave listener QSL card used 1961 by operator Andy Rugg, paper adherence with small bend at one corner, small bend alone at another. The PE in the call sign indicates issuance by Popular Electronics Magazine. $3.00 qqe
"W3BES" colorful QSL card of the Frankford Radio Club (in Philadelphia) with hobby-related art, mailed there 1935 by operator Jerry Mathis, very light toning both sides, trivial edge wear. Shown. $3.00 p(p)e. Similar front, used 1934, with violet handstamp on toned back advertising amateur and electrical apparatus from M. & H. Sporting Goods Company on Market Street. $3.75 p(p)e. Both for $6.50 p(p)e
"W3BXE" colorful QSL card of the Frankford Radio Club with hobby-related art, mailed there 1935 by operator Jack Du Bois, faint small upper corner crease, a little cancel ink on the front obscures nothing. $3.00 p(p)e
"W4AM / 807 Mississippi Avenue Chattanooga Tennessee" showing the ham radio equipment in the interior of the home that was built there in 1920, real photo QSL post card used 1934 by operator Bateman, pushpin holes at upper corners (1 results in paper loss), oxidation & slight paper curl befitting its age. This call sign is now used by a club, and may have been so used then. 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 t(c)i(h)e
"W3FAF/QRP" QSL postcard illustrated with a medallion of the David Sarnoff Radio Club which meets at the David Sarnoff Library in Princeton Junction NJ & a small RCA Victor logo, used 1986 by operator John H. Thomas giving a Holland PA address, excellent condition, attractive. Sarnoff, who is pictured on the medallion, pioneered in American radio & television, presiding over an important consumer electronics & telecommunications empire. $2.00 n(p)p(h)ne
"W4FIQ" Tavares Florida QSL postcard airmailed 1974 by operator Ken M. Aitken, RCA electronics advertising along the bottom front edge, correction on front, 2 long bends at a bottom corner, tiny edge ding above them. $1.50 f(t)e
"WANTED / EARLY BATTERY OPERATED / RADIOS / Loud Speakers, Telegraph Keys,... / W9FIW" Fort Wayne Indiana QSL postcard mailed 1972 by operator Stanley M. Johnson, illustrated with 2 examples of equipment sought, writing on front supplies call sign. $3.25 iegr*
"Warner Electric / Performance Plus™...a new family of / ceramic faced electric clutch/brake / packages" unused business reply card from a January 1995 ad campaign for Warner Electric in South Beloit Illinois, excellent condition. $1.25 i(s)e
"WARNING / Don't Feed The BearS" unused continental postcard promoting the use of radar detectors throughout the United States, from a Tipp City Ohio organization. Cartoon art depicts a bear in police vehicle with a fist-full of citations. Excellent condition. $2.00 loe
"Why are we happy? Because---" advertising card whose back continues '--everybody says we have the finest display of Chandeliers in the City of Pittsburgh. / The Pennsylvania Gas and electric Fixture Co. / The Cleveland Gas and Electric Fixture Co. / Fourth Floor Empire Building Fifth St. and Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh / For Store and Auditorium Lighting Use Our Tungsten Luminiers', several small creases ironed out well, all corners noticeably rounded, dark toning on back. We found mentions of those companies from 1911-1913, but no advertising offers of theirs whatsoever. $9.00 eo(c)p(p)
"XF3/OH2NSM" Cancun shortwave (10 MHz) QSL viewcard showing the operators on the beach in their sombreros, logos of the Northern California DX Foundation Inc. & SRAL on front, advertising for Elstar Oy Ltd. radio products on front. Excellent condition. $3.00 m(q)e
"ZB2BU" QSL postcard showing the equipment of the Gibraltar Radio Society in color with their logo on front in black, 3 corners creased (2 multiply), short tear at the left front edge. All-Kenwood equipment: TS-520S, SP-520, &VFO-520S & Digital Display. $1.50 ge
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