This beautiful Postcard dates to the 1920's. It shows a picture of a beautiful woman just wearing a slip dress. She is smiling while touching her neck and looking to the side.
The photographer is noted as J. Mandel. And the model number is 264 AN.
The postcard is unwritten
About J. Mandel:
Julian Mandel (1872 Alsace –1935 Paris), also Julien Mandel (French spelling) was one of the best-known commercial photographers of female nudes of the early twentieth century. He worked in Paris and his signature photography became known in the 1910s and was published through the mid-1930s by such firms as Alfred Noyer, Les Studios, P-C Paris, and the Neue Photographische Gesellschaft.
He produced erotic postcards. The models often are found in highly arranged classical poses, and were photographed in-studio and outdoors. The images are artfully composed with exquisite tones and soft lighting— showing a particular texture created by light rather than shadow.
Condition is in good, with a just little wear. (PLEASE SEE PICTURES)
Size: circa 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch
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