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a card for sending messages by post without an envelope

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| Advertising postcard for the Kinmel Bay Land Company, from the late 1920s, encouraging investment in this idyllic coastal development.
Many hundreds of different designs of postcards were issued of the Titanic - during her construction and her ports of call at Southampton, Cherbourg in France and Queenstown in Ireland.
This heralded an explosion in the production of picture postcards, and the appearance of a new hobby of postcard collecting, practised by "deltiologists".
The artists and photographers who produced designs and images for the cards are largely the unsung heroes of the industry, but Donald McGill (1875-1962) variously described as "the king of the saucy postcard", the "master of seaside sauce", the "Picasso of the pier", the "Munnings of Margate" and "the Leonardo da Vinci of the art form", is among a small number of exceptions.
Cooper, a novelist, auctioneer, antiques dealer, and curator who writes about art and antiques, collects about 300 postcards from the British Museum designed by modern and contemporary artists like Carl Andre, Eleanor Antin, Joseph Beuys, Tacita Dean, Gilbert & George, Richard Hamilton, Susan Hiller, Richard Long, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Dieter Roth, Gavin Turk, Mark Wallinger, Rachel Whiteread, and Hannah Wilke from the 1960s on, focusing on postcards as works of art rather than reprinted images of other artworks.
"As a part of the awareness program, we have made around 1 lakh one thousand postcards, which have been sent out to the first time voters.
"The fairs are interesting events, usually featuring old postcards in huge quantities - there will be 56 stalls on Saturday.
Seattle, WA, February 02, 2019 --( Postcardly is making it even easier for people to send postcards. In addition to its free iPhone app, Postcardly is releasing free apps forAndroidand iPadtoday, which people can use to snap a photo, write a message, and send a full-size physical, printed postcard to friends and family anywhere in the world.
Sunderland Road, Gateshead, c1910 (Angus Stephenson) N the early 20th century, postcards were all the rage.
Postcards were all the rage in the early 20th century.
Ellen Currie showcased "100 years OFWISHAW" before Jean Martin displayed historic postcards of Coatbridge showing how the town has changed over the years.
Jean Martin displayed historic postcards of Coatbridge showing how the town has changed over the years, while Ellen Currie showcased"100 years of Wishaw"with many historic views.
When we compare the postcards of Korea and Japan during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, we are often drawn to the differences of not only the subjects but also their colorization.
Two postcards sent some 75 years ago by a man to his family in Hungary amid the flames of the Holocaust were finally delivered this week to his descendants in Jerusalem.