This bon marche batch of postcards is mostly French but a couple are from Germany (the "mermaid" hanging on the boat.) Most are from WWI or before; several are from 1903 or earlier (undivided back). The Agnes Sorel postcard is a newer; I'm guessing circa 1950 or '60??
What these postcards lack in color they more than make up for it in design, image and style! All black and white (and shades in betweeen) but still a delightful variety.
I'm letting the pictures do the talking for these bon marche batches. There's one group shot containing all the postcards you'll receive plus an upclose shot to show off the detail, quality, colors, etc.
Each card is about 3.5 by 5.5 inches. Some of the cards have color stickers verso as shown in the last photo. Several in this batch are unused.
Many uses from scrapbooking, altered art projects to wall art -- a mat and frame does wonders to hide blemishes on antique cards. Or, turn into digital art! Another option: use hole punches and turn the cards into gift tags!
Any questions, feel free to send me a message and I'll reply within 24 hours. But please don't ask me to break up the lots:) It is very time consuming to scan and photograph individual postcards, calibrating the colors to look just right plus writing up an indepth description with the postal cancellation dates and such. By offering these antique beauties in batches, I'm saving myself lots of time and saving you lots of money!
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