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POSTCARDS & PATRIOTISM POST CARDS
PATRIOTISMO / PATRIOTISAM / PATRIOTISMUS
PATRIOTISME / ISÃNMAANRAKKAUS
HAZASZERETET / FÖÐURLANDSÁST / PATRIOTA
PATRIOTYZM / PATRIOTIZAM / PATRIOTIZEM / GWLADGARWCH
Vittoria nei Cieli. La Victoire dans les Cieux." meaning 'Victory in
Heaven' in Italian & French, showing a sword in the hands of Italia Turrita
borne over mountains in an airship; signed Mastroianni allegory on postcard
mailed at Genova Italy 24 II 1916 to Mr. Emile Sabrio in New Orleans, small
bottom corner crease, back paper starting to brown with age. A patriotic
postcard during World War I. $6.00 a(m)p
"9K2ZZ / NLD" special prefix QSL card used 1992 during the celebration of Kuwait National and Liberation Day, confirmed by W8CNL. Patriotic slogans & indicia include "FREE KUWAIT" and "Kuwait is small but not alone", attractive and in excellent condtion. $4.00 kp
"'Adverse fortune ever fly thee, / No disastrous fate come nigh thee. / (Duchess of Malfi, Act III, Scene V) Webster. / UNION JACK INDUSTRIES LEAGUE. COPYRIGHT" with missing quote in caption as reported here, unused Milton patriotic World War I postcard, published by Woolstone Brothers (their Series No. 29), all British manufacture, trivial corner wear. Apparently rare. The only other example we found was in the Science & Society Picture Library, and there were no other offers. The archaic 'fly' from the 1613 tragic play would be today's 'flee', which may have been misunderstood by this postcard's more modern audience & account for its rare sightings. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. pwa(m)
Barr's Post Card News. June 20, 2016 (24 pages). Articles on soccer, Seagram's patriotic World War II posters & the Pony Express. $1.25 pps
"DISPLAY THIS BUMPER STICKER WITH PRIDE / SUPPORT OUR / TROOPS / REMEMBER / OUR VETERANS" ready to use, about 3.5" high x 9" long, flag display days listed on peel-off back. $1.00 p
"England ! / 'Through fire, air, and water, thy trial must be, But they that love life best die gladly for thee.' Robert Bridges, Poet Laureate." unused patriotic World War I postcard from the Dron Artistic Series No. 101, thick stock, toning on back suggests contact of another different postcard. Bridges served the position from 1913 - 1930. Very hard to find. $12.50 wpp NEW / UUSI / NOU
"Floral Flag / Roger Williams Park / Providence, R. I." with patriotic slogan 'LONG MAY / IT WAVE', unused Tichnor Lusterchrome postcard, tiny light spot of toning on back. $1.00 rp
"God Save the King" with the first 4 measures of music beneath, followed by the words in English then French; unused postcard from REX (their 601), very light album toning at the back corners, otherwise excellent condition. Emphasis was on English / French solidarity in World War I -- not French-Canadians, who resisted being drawn in. $10.00 mwp
"HOJ OTČINA! OTČINA! / ZBIŤ LEBO MRIEŤ! / VOJÁK ČESKOSLOVENSKÉ /: ARMÁDY VE FRANCHII : / 13" art depicting a soldier bayoneting a German solider; patriotic postcard issued by the Czechoslovak (military) Recruiting Office at the Tribune Building in New York, designed & printed by the Wentworth Institute, mailed 1918 to Oldrich Fouček 1382 First Avenue New York City, message in Czech to a local resident. [OTČINA means fatherland.] Unimportant toning, small bottom corner crease. Lists addresses of other such offices in red at the bottom front: Chicago, Cleveland, Pittsburg, Omaha, St. Louis & Rosenberg Texas. Seldom offered, in some important museums; a bit of history in your hands. 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 cn(n)p
"Hudson-Fulton / Celebration Commission / OFFICIAL POST CARD / NO. 43 / FLOAT--TITLE CAR, UNITED STATES AND MODERN PERIOD" post card, unused, fresh & appealing. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 277% of original area) & enhanced 120-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.75 ep
"IN FRANCE / WE'LL MAKE / HIM / DANCE" postcard mailed AUG 23 1918 from the Meade Branch of Baltimore Maryland, addressee's name erased, album marks at the back corners, cancel ink on the front, small tear at bottom center leads to a longer internal crease. As is. $1.50 pf(u)w
"I take the liberty." patriotic post card with art in color showing Miss Liberty at the typewriter with a bald eagle & American flag on her chair, mailed 1907, minor edge wear, cancel ink on front at bottom (fortunately). $5.00 tp
"It's a Long Way to Tipperary" & "England" patriotic pennants decorate a Harley Davidson motorcycle with side car occupied by 2 men & a baby. Necessarily World War I: see the song pennant artwork in gorgeous full-color depicting a German soldier knocked flat between a distant Russian bear, 'De-Fence of the Allies' with English bulldog & troops rushing at http://www.germanmilitaria.com/OtherNations/Photos/C051072.html. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. mp
"'Le glorieux retour, que l'Alsace attendait depuis 47 ans!'" celebrating the return of the region to France from Germany, English message over all the back refers to a great festival coming at Vichy, paper browning with age, well rounded corners. $5.00 pa NEW / UUSI / NOU
"'Long May She Wave" postcard with flag on a foil insert (stripes shine silver in the right light), mailed 1913 at Chicago Illinois, upper corner crease, shorter lower corner creases, two approximately 1" internal creases, toning both sides. As is. $1.75 pf
"NATHAN HALE SCHOOL HOUSE AND JOSEPH SPENCER MONUMENT, / EAST HADDAM, CONN." black & white post card mailed FEB 18 1954, a little extraneous writing on back, noticeable wear along one short edge. $2.00 cp*
"No. 418 UNLOADING PATIENT AT POST HOSPITAL--CAMP LEE, VA." from an ambulance, 2 nurses present; unused postcard published by Thompson & Company, 'Defend Your Country--Join the U. S. Army' slogan on back, light fingerprint toning on back, trivial corner wear. $3.75 v(c)m(a)m(p)p
"On every hand the flag still waves, / Kept flying by Britannia's / braves" unused post card from the National Series (No. 2472d), evenly divided back has a lot of spotty toning, small lower corner crease, minor rounding at all corners. Rare patriotic postcard from World War I. When we searched the Internet we found no other offers, past or present, and no recorded sales. $8.00 pf
"Pontoon Bridge, Camp Pickett, Va." being crossed by a truck & National Guard soldiers; unused Tichnor linen postcard, 'FOR VICTORY BUY UNITED STATES WAR BONDS AND STAMPS' in lower right back corner, lightly toned back, good edges. Often seen as Fort Pickett. $3.50 v(c)m(n)p
"PREMIUM INCENTIVE BUYERS - SHOW YOUR TRUE COLORS! / Personalized / Patriotic / LIMITED EDITION / Fine Art Print / ..." on unused business reply card offering United States flag art, circa February 1997, from Helmut Koller Studio in West Palm Beach Florida. $1.00 pf(w)f
Set of 4 official fund-raising postcards with unevenly divided backs urging Germans for patriotic reasons to remember zeppelin-building efforts in their wills (Zeppelin-Eckener-Spende). Rough translations follow. Upper left: One Zeppelin over German lands! Is that all we will ever see? No way! Upper right: All powers to the contrary, uphold the work! Lower left: Do German mothers want their children never to see one? Lower right: One German Zeppelin! That will happen again! Each front caption exhorting the recipient to remember the next Zeppelin building effort in their wills. The first truly successful zeppelin referred to by these postcards was the LZ3, which first flew on 9 October 1906. [The previous 2 crashed after a very few flights, discouraging most investors. The early LZ3 flights, while better, did not come up to military expectations.] The fundraising was therefore for the LZ4, first flown 20 June 1908. So the postcards date early 1907 to early 1908. All lightly toned on back from the printing process itself, all with good edges. Individually, they are seldom seen or offered; the group is unheard of. They belong in a museum. Set of 4: $50.00 bgp
"The Marines have landed and have the situation well in hand." patriotic postcard given out at WWI Marine recruiting stations so that senders could advise their recipients of their new Parris Island address. Signed art is dated 1913 & shows 2 Marines raising the flag. Special, because most of these were filled out and sent for their intended purpose. Browning paper with age, worn corners, one faint corner crease. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original area) & enhanced 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 m(m)pf
"Training to beat H---- / Yes, Hell was 'made in Germany' / Of that no proof we lack _ / Returning it's a duty, - so - / We're going to hand it back" with art showing US Army soldiers digging trenches, postcard from Series 590 Military Mottoes, mailed AUG 21 1918 to Mr. Robert Lafferre in Belleville West Virginia, 2 corners creased, light toning both sides, minor corner rounding. $2.75 pw
"u8CPQ" early Hamilton Ohio QSL card with medium-size patriotic eagle design, used 1927 by operator J. F. Hurley, tiny pinholes near edges & 1 edge ding due to pin, 2 small corner creases (both very faint from the front). $7.50 op
Uncle Sam drives a parade float pulled by 2 horses, loaded with young girls (each Miss Some State) & a US flag beside Miss Liberty, an unused & uncaptioned sepia-tone Azo (triangles all up) real photo postcard. Event was probably a circa-1910 Fourth of July in California, given the prominent position of Miss California in the center near the flag. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. upgp
"United, / We stand" with cute bunch of 7 dogs & cats in patriotic attire -- Uncle Sam hats, Statue of Liberty crown, flag, etc.; unused, copyrighted, not yet printed on back by the veterinarian (and seldom seen that way), near mint, a little longer than a regular-size postcard $2.50 vpu
"VICTORY IS OUR GOAL / ...- / V" large seal with E PLURIBUS UNUM held by eagle, large blue V, many soldiers with US flags; Tichnor linen post card from the Victory Series, scraped area in stamp box penetrates the front a little, light toning on back, back paper yellowing with age, as is. $1.00 (p)
"Vive la Classe / 1917" soldier stands with French flag near an artillery piece, hand-tinted patriotic postcard, extensive message on back to Mlle. Lea Chaillou in Pau. $7.00 yfp
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"W2DUN" QSL card with attractive patriotic eagle & flag design, mailed there 1947 by operator Fred W. Krohberger, a little cancel ink on front, minor wear to one upper corner. $1.75 n(b)p
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"Washington entering New York" patriotic art on an intricately embossed Tuck Series No. 156 post card, printed in Saxony, mailed 1907 in New Jersey, small but heavy bottom corner crease, all corners with mild wear, some extraneous writing near the left back edge. $2.25 pwtnb
"Yerri & Suzel / Ils prennet la pipe / Attendons la suite / Le Nouveau / Porte / Bonheur" hand-colored / tinted real photo postcard with 2 dolls & the Statue of Liberty, unsent soldiers mail to New Hampshire, fresh appearance. $15.00
Your mascot / Mary Ann Mayers" real photo postcard continuing on back 'Dear Friend / I hope you will like my picture. I am sending it to every body at Aircraft because you have been so nic to me. I don't like the Japs. I like our soldiers and sailors. Please make lots of planes for them. / Mary Ann'. Postcard mailed May 16 1942 at Akron Ohio to W. R. Johnson also at Akron, image beginning to oxidize, faint internal crease from the right front edge. $4.00 pgg
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