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  • The Lipman Postal Card

    The Lipman Postal Card

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    [elementor-template id=”3378″] Bob Toal The Lipman Postal Card The granddaddy of the American Mailing Card is the Lipman Postal Card of 1872. It is the first private postcard successfully marketed to businesses for mailing advertisements. It also represents the first fully illustrated private postcard in America. As such, this card is historically significant. It is…

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Ray Hahn

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Some would say, “Desert plants should be left in deserts.” “No!” says the gardener who likes low maintenance landscapes. This may be another way to agree that variety is the spice of life. Postcards showing cacti, date palms, and yuccas are very collectible. One recently examined collection contained almost 250 cards.

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