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29/12/2019

 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

POSTAL STATIONERY POST CARD

 

This postal stationery post card was posted from America to the UK in 1893. It was originally addressed to a Bedford address, but the recipient had clearly either moved on or was away for an extended period-of-time as the card was then forwarded to Basingstoke, Hants. A card with nice usage, although the American cancel is feint and can not be clearly made out, but the boxed circle ‘Bedford’ cancel is nice and clear and fully dated 27th April 1893.

 

29/12/2019

 

THE WOMEN’S INSTITUTE

MEETING HALL,

LLANFAIRPWLLGWYNGYLLGOGERYCHWYRNDROBWLL-LLANDYSILIOGOGOGOCH

Printed by

E.T.W. DENNIS & SONS LTD

Published by

MRS. B. L. ROWLANDS

 

A simple postcard issued by what I believe to be a member of the Women’s Institute in question. A not uninteresting postcard, but one made extremely more interesting by the cachet applied to the reverse side.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

This has a lovely large red coloured cachet for this town with its famously long name. 

 

29/12/2019

 

CARTE ILLUSTREE AFFRANCHIE

Printed Illustrated Card’

Official Pre-Paid Postal Stationery Post Card

Switzerland – Helvetia

 

The front of this modern postcard clearly depicts an old postal card of some sort, one with a cancel that is dated before the very first postcard, which was released in 1869, whereas the date on the mark on this card seems to be 67, but is this a postal mark or a receipt mark?

Text on the item reads as:

 

ECHANGE INTERNE. INNERER VERKEHR. SCAMBIO INTERNE

GELDANMEILUNG

MANDAT DE POSTE – VAGLIA POSTALE

 

The top line reads as ‘Internal Exchange’ in three languages, and the ‘Mandat de Poste’ means Postcard, or more likely a card that can be posted, which is technically something different, not a true postcard. This looks like a card that needs more investigation, but it makes for an interesting card.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

As you can see, this has a pre-printed postal marking, one which is exclusive to postal stationery post card.

 

29/12/2019

 

PLAIN BACKED OFFICIAL AUSTRIAN

POSTAL STATIONERY POST CARD

 

This official pre-stamped postal stationery post card has a flower stamp printed upon it. This has been cancelled with a special hand stamp which reads:

 

100 JAHRE SOZIALDEMOKRATIE IN OSTERREICH

1150 WIEN ABSVWERBESCHAU

11-11-1988  

‘100 Years of social democracy in Austria

1150 Vienna Absvwerbeschau

11-11-1988’

 

I bought this one for the special handstamp, which appealed to me and I do like picking up these cheap cancelled cards.

 

PLAIN BACKED OFFICIAL AUSTRIAN

POSTAL STATIONERY POST CARD

 

This is a second postal stationery post card used with a similar themed cancel to the one above:

 

100 JAHRE EINIGUNGSPARTEITAG DER

OSTERREICHISCHEN SOZIALDEMOKRATEN

IN HAINFELD

BRIEFMARKENSCHAU

‘100 Years of unification party the

Austrian social democracies

In Hainfeld.

Stamp Show’

11-11-1988

 

29/12/2019

 

LIMOUSINE FIAT MOD. 24/32 CV. 1904

Published by

CASE EDITRICE CAPITOL – BOLOGNA (ITALY)

 

I found three postcards in this series in a cheap box at a postcard fair earlier in the year. I like older motor cars and often visit car rally’s and old car events. So, when I find anything like this, I tend to pick it up.

 

METALLURGIQUE – MAYBACH 1907

Published by

CASE EDITRICE CAPITOL – BOLOGNA (ITALY)

 

AUSTRIAN DAIMLER 27/80 HP – 1912

Published by

CASE EDITRICE CAPITOL – BOLOGNA (ITALY)

 

29/12/2019

 

WORLD’S FINEST

Hand Painted Limited Edition

Promotional Advertising Postcard

For the

CLAMPETT STUDIO COLLECTIONS

Home of the Warner Bros.

Gallery Program

 

You can find a number of these advert postcards depicting hand painted cells being offered up for sale. Often signed by the artist or someone connected with the character(s) depicted. This one was signed by Bruce Timm who is an animator who works within the DC animated world, where Batman and Superman reside. I have a specialised collection of Batman postcards and always buy new ones when I come across them. This one cost me £1.50.

 

TRUTH, JUSTICE, & THE AMERICAN WAY

By

GLEN ORBIK

Hand Painted Limited Edition

Promotional Advertising Postcard

For the

CLAMPETT STUDIO COLLECTIONS

Home of the Warner Bros.

                                                        Gallery Program

 

29/12/2019

 

LEEDS CITY VARIETIES

‘FESTIVAL SPECTACULAR’

Published by

THE BADGER PRESS

Westbury, Wiltshire

Ref: A BADGER POST CARD

L 12

 

This company has produced a large range of postcards depicting promotional posters and flyers from old theatres and shows up and down the UK and across many years. This one I wanted because it has a strong television connection, and it would therefore make an unusual addition to my collection. If you look at the top right box containing the name of a performer you will find ‘Sooty’ and Harry Corbet. Sooty I believe still holds the record in the UK as being the longest running children’s TV character.

 

29/12/2019

 

IN MEMORIAM

ACTOR, SINGER

GORDEN KAYE

1941 – 2017

RENE ARTOIS – ‘ALLO ALLO’

Published by

CoIR. CARDS

Ref: 2017.CR.220

 

Somewhere in my collection I have a card signed by Gorden Kaye because I was a big fan of the television series ‘Allo Allo’. For anyone who was not brought up in UK and missed the long running TV series ‘Allo Allo’ it was a comedy series based in France (but filmed here in the UK, mostly in studios) about the French resistance during WWII, and despite the subject matter seeming to be an unusual topic for a comedy programme it was extremely popular and managed not to be disrespectful with its content. This postcard here is almost certainly the only card to be issued upon the death of the actor Gorden Kaye in 2017.

 

29/12/2019

CHRISTMAS PODCAST

 

Some of you may remember me mentioning heading up to London and recording a podcast in a studio up there. This was a few months ago now. Well, the podcast was put out on Christmas day and can be reached via the following:

 

https://aca.st/131636

 

Unfortunately, you will have to listen to me, but fortunately the editor of Picture Postcard Monthly, Mark Wingham is also on the podcast

 

 

29/12/2019

 

MARVEL

80 YEARS

PHILATELIC FOLDER

Published by

POS MALAYSIA

(The Official Postal Authority for Malaysia)

 

This Folder contains the following contents:

  1. Two exclusive shaped postcards (Spider Man & Iron Man)
  2. Three large stamp sheets, two containing five stamps each and the third containing just one stamp
  3. Two first day covers with five stamps from each sheet on each cover

All items are packaged in their own individual cellophane packet within the folder

 

This folder of philatelic items was unique to Malaysia and was issued in a limited edition earlier this year on the 3rd July 2019. The problem with obtaining one of these is that they were not available to buyers outside of the country, which meant that if someone like me wanted one of these they had to either know someone in the country who could order one for them or buy a folder from one of the dealers within Malaysia who obtained copies. Some have appeared on eBay priced anywhere between £40 and £75 (with the price slowly creeping up). I have seen just the two first day covers at £24 and the two postcards priced at £15 (for the two), and the three stamp sheets being sold together for £44, so this is not a cheap collection to buy, but this is a cracking collection.

 

LARGE FOLDER COVER

 

POSTCARDS FROM ABOVE FOLDER

 

(TOP)

SPIDER MAN

 

(BOTTOM)

IRON MAN

 

These two postcards, along with all the contents of this folder are exclusive to the folder, meaning that you cannot officially buy these items separately from the Malaysian post office (obviously some buyers have separated the items for individual sale on eBay, but again, obviously, at an increased price). It was these two postcards that gave me a reason to seek out one of these folders, but fortunately I also collect superhero themed stamps as well, so all the items are of interest to me. I think items like this folder are some of the unusual sources of what eventually become very collectible postcards.

 

REVERSE SIDES OF THE ABOVE TWO POSTCARDS

 

TWO FIRST DAY COVERS

FIVE STAMPS ON EACH COVER

 

Cancelled first day of issue with an exclusive first day of issue ‘MARVEL COMICS – KUALA LUMPUR – 03-07-2019’ special hand stamp. The stamps used here are taken from two of the special stamp sheets which also come in the folder (see below)

 

STAMP SHEET

 

Five different Marvel character stamps incorporated into the sheet:

 

CAPTAIN AMERICA

THOR

IRON MAN

THANOS

THE HULK

 

STAMP SHEET

 

Five different Marvel character stamps incorporated into the sheet:

 

LOKI

SPIDER MAN

BLACK PANTHER

DOCTOR STRANGE

BLACK WIDOW

 

STAMP SHEET

 

Single 60 Sen ‘MARVEL 80 YEARS’ imperforate stamp on very large stamp sheet

 

This has become probably the largest single stamp sheet in my whole collection. Technically, as the stamp is imperforate, i.e. has no perforations allowing easy removal from the sheet, the whole sheet becomes the stamp, although also, technically, you could cut the stamp itself from the sheet, but who is going to do that?

 

INSIDE OF STAMP FOLDER

 

With all the items in their cellophane packets in the pocket inside the folder.

 

If you like superhero philatelic material then I recommend trying to obtain one of these folders, but I also recommend doing so quickly as I suspect (although it is no guarantee) that these are going to become more expansive as time moves on and more people become aware of this folder and decide they want one, especially as it was not publicised outside of the country of origin.

 

29/12/2019

DOCTOR WHO

UNCUT POSTCARD PRINTERS PROOF SHEET

Autographed on the front by

CY TOWN

 

The four postcards depicted here on this uncut printer’s proof sheet are postcards which were given away free with a copy of the Doctor Who magazine some decades ago. The postcards appear quite often and are easy enough to pick up, but this is the only printers proof sheet I have come across.

The bonus here is the autograph of the actor Cy Town who was a Dalek operator who worked on every Dalek story from Frontier in Space (1973) to Remembrance of the Daleks (1988). This period had eight Dalek stories in it:

FRONTIER IN SPACE

PLANET OF THE DALEKS

DEATH TO THE DALEKS

GENESIS OF THE DALEKS

DESTINY OF THE DALEKS

RESURRECTION OF THE DALEKS

REVELATION OF THE DALEKS

REMEBRANCE OF THE DALEKS

To have this sheet signed by probably the best known of the Dalek operators is a nice touch. I did once meet Cy Town at a Sci-Fi fair signing session and I obtained his autograph on a postcard then, but this autograph here was obtained by someone else, but is genuine. I thought this was a great item for my Dr Who collection.

 

 

28/12/2019

 

KLM’s DOUGLAS DC-8 INTERCONTINENTAL JET

Official KLM Promotional Postcard

Printed in the Netherlands,

Planeta, Haarlem, 4180

 

Personally, I prefer the painting styled aeroplane promotional postcards to those that depict photographs. I just think that an artist, in this case someone called ‘Trip’, can catch the essence of an aeroplane in flight so much more expressively than a mere photo. This one here is a smashing image and when it originally came out, I think it was a great postcard which was probably free as well (especially if you were flying with KLM).

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

28/12/2019

 

POSTCARD COLLECTING IS MUSHROOMING

POSTCARD CENTENARY

1894 – 1994

By

TOM SWEENEY

Published by

PH TOPICS

Ref: No. 195

Limited Edition of 550

 

A large selection of postcards was published in 1994, for what was then the postcard centenary. I was an avid collector of these and am only missing one card known to me. This card was issued in what was a low print run of just 550 and it sold out at the time. This copy here has the 25p ‘Pictorial Postcards Centenary’ postage stamp applied which has been cancelled with the special ‘BRITISH PICTURE POSTCARD CENTENARY – 1894-1994 – WESTMINSTER, LONDON SW1’ cancel dated 1st September 1994. This cancel was the official cancellation used for the PICTURE POSTCARD SHOW which was held in London to celebrate the centenary. This usage on the postcard adds some value to what was already, a nice and relatively hard card to source.

 

28/12/2019

 

LONG REACHED [Sic] GERMAN GUN,

SETTLED IN THE GERCOURT WOOD,

AND SHOOTING ON THE DEAD MAN

AND HILL 304

Unknown French Publisher

 

A nice military world war 1 postcard depicting a captured German field artillery gun. I do like these WW1 postcards when they depict pieces of war machinery like guns, tanks and aeroplanes, all of which I find hard to resist when I see them. Normally these are quite cheap, but I paid a little more for this one because I bought it from a shop in France close to the WW1 battlefields, and cards are always more expensive when they are sold close to what they depict.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

The text across the top of this postcard reads:

 

AUCUNE INSCRIPTION N’EST ADMISE DU COTE DE LA VUE

‘No registration is allowed on the side of the view’

 

It is printed text like this on early postcards which gives us some of the rules related to the use of postcards at the time the specific postcard was produced. For those only interested in the picture side this is not of interest, but for people like me, who are interested in all the facets of postcard usage, the production, printing, companies, postage costs and usage then these text areas can be very interesting.

As you can see, this one cost me 4 euros, in what I believe was 2004.

 

28/12/2019

 

PARIS… EN FLANANT

LA PLACE DE LA CONCORDE

Published by

EDITIONS D’ART YVON

Ref: Serie 3

58

 

A nice image of the famous ‘La Place de la Concorde’ in Paris. This is another example of what could be considered-to-be an OK postcard, nothing too fancy or valuable, catalogue wise, but a nice simple little postcard non-the-less. Yet again though, as I am sure you have worked out, there is something on the back of this postcard that appealed to me much more.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

Whoever sent this postcard forgot to place a postage stamp on it so therefore it was subject to a postage due fee. A 2d POSTAGE DUE stamp has been applied but unfortunately the year on the cancellation is unclear although I think this is from the 1920’s period. Besides the stamp, which is nice on its own, this also has a lovely 2d I. S. F. large postage due cachet in black. The cachet is a nice addition to this postcard and was the reason I bought this one.

 

27/12/2019

 

QUEEN VICTORIA HALF PENNY

POSTAL STATIONERY POST CARD

Official GB Postal Stationery Post Card

 

A nice clean used example of this early UK postal stationery post card. The pre-printed half-penny Queen Victoria stamp has been cancelled with a LONDON XO cancel of a type called a Scroll, or ‘Hooded’ or sometimes ‘Crested’ Circle. This one is dated the 7th August 1889. There is a little damage across the top centre of this card but otherwise, as stated, this is a clean and nicely used copy, but it has an advert on the reverse side which makes this a little more special.

 

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTAL STATIONERY POST CARD

 

This has a great advert on this side which is also linked to one of the great early exhibitions:

 

Have you ever seen a

MILLING PLANT

at work?

 

If not, see BEYER FRERES exhibit

at the Paris Exhibition.

 

FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO MARTIN PERLS & Co., 63, BASINGHALL STREET, LONDON, E.C.

 

This nice added advert adds a little value to the postal stationery post card as well, especially as there is a dedicated band of people who collect material related to Exhibitions. This card cost me £5, but I think it was reasonably cheap for what it is.

    

 

27/12/2019

 

PEPSI-COLA

Published by

CLASSICO SAN FRANCISCO

Ref: 184-002

 

Personally, I like Pepsi-Max, but before they made this Pepsi-Max I was more a Coca-Cola man. Having said this, I do like the look of these old bottles and I think this postcard would fit nicely into any advertising or food and drink collection. The old labels and posters for both Pepsi and especially Coca-Cola are much collected in America where this card was produced and originally issued, although copies did also come out here in the UK.

 

27/12/2019

 

SHETLAND

CULLIVOE, YELL

Published by

WHITEHOLME (PUBLISHERS) LTD, DUNDEE

Ref: A ‘HAIL CALEDONIA’ POSTCARD

7108X

 

This postcard has been through the postal transmission wars. It has a poorly applied dot-matrix machine applied mark across the front and vertical areas down the centre where the image has been worn away (this happen when the card gets caught going through the cancellation machine and the rollers erase the area they travel over repeatedly. So, normally I would expect this card to be binned, perhaps, without any other reason, this is what I would have done too. But there was a reason to save this one I thought… see below

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

The sender of this card forgot to apply a postage stamp, which was a bit mean as it was an entry to a competition with the Radio Times. The card was properly cancelled with a SOUTHALL,  MIDDLESEX wavy line machine cancel dated 1st March 1996, but as there was no stamp there was a ‘To Pay’ fee applied which was noted on the card by the application of a large red boxed cachet. The postage required was 19p upon which was added a surcharge fee of 15p making a total fee to pay of 34p. I like postage fee items,  mainly stamps, but I do also like these cachets which can be harder to find on postcards than envelopes.

 

27/12/2019

 

PROSIEBEN

‘KRALLEN SIE SICH WAS SPANNENDES’

‘Claw something exciting’

FREIE WILDBAHN FUR DEN FRUHLING!

‘Free Wild Railway For Spring’

Published by

EXTRACARD

Free Rack Card

 

I have loved this series since first coming across these a few years ago. The designs touch on two of my most important collecting themes in my own collecting history. The first is Wildlife, which I started out collecting as a child, and the second is Television which is my favourite collecting theme. The cards are advertising postcards for a German TV station.   

 

PROSIEBEN

‘HIER LAUFEN DIE BESTEN STREIFEN’

‘The best stripes are here’

FREIE WILDBAHN FUR DEN FRUHLING!

‘Free Wild Railway For Spring’

Published by

EXTRACARD

Free Rack Card

 

PROSIEBEN

‘TALK UND SHOW, DAB ES BRUMMT’

‘Talk and show there is buzzing’

FREIE WILDBAHN FUR DEN FRUHLING!

‘Free Wild Railway For Spring’

Published by

EXTRACARD

Free Rack Card

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARDS

 

27/12/2019

 

“WE ARE DROPPING YOU A LINE!”

By

TROW

Published by

C. RICHTER (PUBLISHERS) LTD., LONDON. N.W.6

Ref: 11987

 

I hope everyone sent out their Christmas cards and postcards in good time before the big day. Although I also hope you addressed it properly and with a little more than ‘TO YOU’ as appears on the envelope being posted by this little well-dressed boy.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

26/12/2019

 

CHRISTMAS IN DROBAK

By

EVA L. JOHANSEN

Printed by

TRINE SUBHAMMER TRYKK DESIGN

 

The Christmas festivities are all but over now, but before we race towards New Year’s Eve, I wanted to post one more Christmas themed postcard. This one is a large A5 sized postcard which was posted to me and Jo from the Norwegian town of Drobak by our friends Les & Arlene. Drobak is a tourist spot which is visited by cruise ships (Les & Arlene were on a cruise).

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

The stamp has been cancelled with a nice Drobak cancel which has an elf riding a pig illustration at the top. However interesting the cancel is it is the stamp which is extra special. There is a CEE app which you can download to your phone and use to scan this ‘particular’ stamp. When you do this, you hear the bird depicted sing. I love unusual and this stamp nicely fits that bill. So, again I have to thank Les and Arlene for adding to my collection and my entertainment.

 

26/12/2019

 

THE PRINCE OF WALES

WITH

PRINCE ANDREW AND PRINCE EDWARD

AT SANDRINGHAM

Published by

A COTMAN-COLOR SERIES POSTCARD

Printed by

JARROLD & SONS LTD, NORWICH

Ref: SH 5

 

The Royal family have a very traditional Christmas, with the Queen’s speech being broadcast on Christmas Day (yesterday). The last month or so has not been a good time for them what with all the controversy surrounding Prince Andrew and his relationship with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. It will be interesting to see how this story progresses through 2020 and how this impacts the public’s view of Prince Andrew. Will this also affect the collecting of postcards which depict him? I shall watch with interest. This picture here was taken in much happier times when Prince Andrew was still a child. Although this looks like a natural image, I strongly suspect it is a posed publicity image for general media consumption and postcard depiction.

 

25/12/2019

 

“DU BIST MEIN VATER!”

“MIST”

“You are my father!”

“Damn”

By

RALPH RUTHE

Published by

MODERN TIMES

Ref: “CARTOONKAUFHAUS”

Best.-Nr. 1115-9070

 

This postcard nicely sums up my Christmas Eve last night. In what has almost become a family tradition my daughter and I went to the cinema last night to see the new film STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER. I had read some mixed reviews of the film, but I am a massive Star Wars fan having been one of those school-playground kids who saw the original film back in 1977 and was hooked immediately. I have seen every film since in the cinema, even the updated ones with new CGI.

So, I had to see this new one, and, to be honest, I really enjoyed it and thought it was a nice conclusion to the latest trilogy. So, I post this very funny postcard in memory of a great night at the cinema.

 

25/12/2019

 

HAPPY CHRISTMAS

I hope everyone has a great day.

To celebrate Xmas Day here is a selection of Father Christmas “Santa” Postcards from my collection

 

 

THE SEASON’S GREETINGS

Publisher Unknown to me

(But there is a company logo bottom left on reverse side which has the letters ‘MAB’ combined within an upside-down diamond shape – see below image)

Made in Germany

Sold and Posted in the USA

 

This was one of the major finds on my last, recent, holiday in Florida. This smashing embossed early Father Christmas postcard cost me just $1, which I thought was one excellent bargain. I have struggled to wait until Xmas to show you this smashing postcard.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

This card was posted from Akron, Ohio, USA on the 19th December 1910 with a wavy line machine cancellation which has a ‘1’ and a ‘C’ embedded in the lines.

 

WHOR WEIBT DU SO VIEL UBER MICH?

ICH SAFE MIR FACE-BOOK!

‘How do you know so much about me?

I use my FACE-BOOK!’

By

PETER GAYMANN

Published by

DISCORDIA

Ref: Best. Nr. PG2142

 

“He’s making a List. He’s checking it twice”. Although apparently not anymore! Santa just checks you out on facebook!

 

FROHE WEIHNACHTEN

WENN MAN MORGENS DEN KAFFEE DURCH GLUHWEIN ERSETZT,

WIRD ES AUF DER ARBEIT GLEICH VIEL LUSTIGER!   

‘Merry Christmas

When you replace coffee with mulled wine in the morning,

It’s much funnier at work!

Artwork by

FRIELINGHAUS DESIGN

Published by

KUNST UND BILD GMBH – BERLIN-GERMANY

Ref: “HAPPY LIFE”

Bestell-Nr. 848104

 

PACKETDIENST

‘Delivery Service’

By

HENRIKE WILSON

Published by

INKOGNITO

Ref: 29347

 

Having dumped Rudolf and the other reindeers Santa decides to use a German postal ‘Deutsche Post’ delivery van instead. That’s the ‘Deutsche Post’ logo on the door and yellow is their colour, as used on vehicles and their post box’s. A clever and funny idea.

 

WEIHNACHTEN VOR DER TUR

‘Christmas in front of the door’

By

HENRIKE WILSON

Published by

INKOGNITO

Ref: 33079

 

JOYEUX NOEL ET MEILLEURS VOEUX

‘Merry Christmas and Best Wishes’

Design by

PATRICK HAMM

Published by

PATRICK HAMM

Ref: Carte No. 565

Limited Edition of 1500 postcards

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

Nicely used with a special Christmas themed cancellation dated 30/11/1996. The stamp used here is the same one as appeared on the French maxi-card I depicted the other day (top of previous webpage page). I think this is a delightful combination.

 

HAPPY CHRISTMAS

Unknown Publisher and Printer

 

A nice early golden age Father Christmas postcard in the classic style of the time. Here Father Christmas can be seen coming out of the front door (did this cottage have no chimney?)

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

24/12/2019

For those who like something different for Christmas I have placed two postcards in the Censored section of the webpage. Yes, I know, censored ‘Christmas’ themed postcards!!! Just click on the Censored tab and then the highest numbered Censored page tab.

 

 

24/12/2019

 

CHRISTMAS 2019 COUNTDOWN

CHRISTMAS POSTCARD SELECTION

 

INGLE ELLS,

INGLE ELLS

 

WHAT WOULD CHRISTMAS BE WITHOUT…

Advert for JB whisky

Published by

CARD GUIDE STOCKHOLM

 

Brilliant, just brilliant. A really clever piece of advertising and a very funny Christmas carol themed connection.

 

REVERSE SIDE OF ABOVE POSTCARD

 

MERRY & BRIGHT

Published by

THE ART FILE

Ref: AFPX25

 

Let’s hope Santa sticks to the more traditional reindeer tonight!

 

RENTIERSTEAK,

ICH NEHME RENTIERSTEAK, UND DU?

Ill have a Reindeer steak, and you?

By

GERHARD GLUCK

Published by

INKOGNITO

Ref: 6016

 

Tactless Santa, just tactless… Another great INKOGNITO cartoon art postcard. I love this companies output and have picked up quite a few over the years.  

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