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Old 08-27-2017, 02:33 PM
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Framing postcards has become a serious affliction!

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sweet postcards! I honestly thought that my c1913-15 Comet Photo Studios Maranville was unique, but it looks like you have one as well.

Nice looking postcards you've got there! Congrats!
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Jim, that looks beautiful. You have some wonderful post cards. I have daydreamed of doing something like that, but certain fears have always shut down the idea. My only concerns are that they are easy to steal (rather than in a safe or safety deposit box), and the possibility of fading due to light exposure. I applaud your bravery, and love that you truly enjoy your cards in a way most of us cannot. Did you address these issues by taking any special precautions like a special tint on the glass, alarm system, bolting to the wall, etc?
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Derek, that is a Comet Photo Studios Maranville that you spied. It is partially affixed to scrapbook material and may have come from the Maranville family. My photo is taken from afar, but you might be able to to make out what I believe to be his signature on the left side of his PC. I think at least 6 to 8 of the RPPCs shown are unique to the best of my knowledge, but I wouldn't mind being proven wrong on here.

Orlando, I share your concerns and have done my best to address them. I am a judge by profession and they hang in my chambers behind armed bailiffs at the courthouse entry and in the courtroom. No guarantees, but I think they are as safe there as anywhere. As for the light issue, they are behind TruVue Museum glass that supposedly blocks 99%+ of the UV light, I have hung them in the darkest corner of the room and I plan to rotate out my collection through them at least once a year. Ultimately, I take little joy in that part of my collection that is locked away. The risks I take are outweighed by the pleasure I take in seeing them daily.
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Nice displays! Can you tell me who is in the bottom frame, top row, second from the right? And where was the photo taken at? Looks very similar to some of my RPPCs of Brooklyn players at Hot Springs.
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That is Maranville, I am not sure of the location but it is circa 1912-1914. Derek may be able to tell us more.
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That is Maranville, I am not sure of the location but it is circa 1912-1914. Derek may be able to tell us more.
Nevermind, I found the image online.

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Here's a nice, clean 1907-09 Dietsche Cubs Postcard of Mordecai Brown.
Great photo of 3 finger Brown.
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That is Maranville, I am not sure of the location but it is circa 1912-1914. Derek may be able to tell us more.
FWIW, I'm pretty sure it's from 1913 as the Comet Photo Studios marking on the back is the same marking that is on the July 1913 Maranville Day Postcard that Jeff Prizner now owns.

Jim - Even cooler that yours may have been autographed by Maranville as well!
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