Tag: Tuck postcards

  • G. W. Bonte’s Tuck Postcards

    G. W. Bonte’s Tuck Postcards


    [elementor-template id=”3378″] G.W. Bonte’s Tuck Postcards Stan Davidson died at his Massachusetts home in 2012 and left his postcard friends to wonder how we would ever replace him. So far, it hasn’t happened. If you knew Stan, you were aware that Stan was the most deliberate checklist writer of anyone in our hobby. He was…

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  • Admire Her Beauty, for a biography is wanting

    Admire Her Beauty, for a biography is wanting


    It appears that there is no American postcard of Miss Mabel Hirst. In the UK, yes, but no Americans. Which is a shame because, as you can see, she was a great beauty. And mysterious, because there is no biography. Which makes her all the more interesting to try to collect.

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  • A Day at the Burnham Beeches

    A Day at the Burnham Beeches


    Collecting sets of postcards can be both a thrill and an anguish. The emotions are strongest when you find a set you knew nothing about, but the images remind you of a wonderful experience. Such was the case with the cards of Raphael Tuck & Sons set #6219.

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Past Article

Editor’s Staff


We present this article today with great deal of pride. It is the first article to appear in the second year of our publication. It is also a pleasure that we were able to have Mr. Shav LaVinge from the San Jose Postcard Club partner with us in its publication. Thank you, Shav. And, I’m sure I speak for Shav and all of us at Postcard History when I say Thank you to our readers who have been so loyal in the past year.

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