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Old 11-29-2017, 07:50 PM
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Old 11-29-2017, 07:59 PM
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The "This Side for Address" would seem to indicate the postcard stock was from early 1907 or earlier.
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Old 11-29-2017, 08:01 PM
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With a 1910 image.
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I am new to PCs, but was curious about a back that looks to me like it ought to have an RPPC front but instead seems to have a lithograph like an Exhibit.

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The back would suggest a litho card and not a real-photo one.

Have many other concerns about it though.
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Have many other concerns about it though.
Me too. Not to mention it looks 100% even rounding on all 4 corners.....
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Thanks for correcting me Jeff. Can you tell me why it suggests a litho to you?

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Just from the known rppc backs/stamp boxes.
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Thanks for the input. The images posted were sent to me by a collector asking if I was familiar with the card and value.

Without having the card I can't respond to the the questions raised. However Jeff's observation that the image is 1910 is interesting especially when put together with the postcard's undivided back which should date no later than 1907. (Is this true of Exhibit Card Postcards too?)

Several years ago I came across a number of B&W postcards featuring high demand subjects, Indian Motorcycles, Carnivals, Baseball Subjects...I bought a Jim Thorpe hunting postcard....when received I realized that the front was a copy of a Thorpe photo adhered to a postcard. There were a couple give a ways, the front photo was very grainy, the backs were not consistent with the supposed age of the image/postcard and the postcard felt thicker than an original postcard. May be this is similar, without the card I can't be sure.

I'll send a link for this post to the collector for his review and response.

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Looks like a Frankenstein piece, front from a newspaper or magazine glued to a postcard back to try and make something worth $20,000. Just a hunch, I could be wrong but I doubt it. BTW I think that is a Van Oeyen image.
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