This 1909 Thanksgiving postcard feature a young man in a card pulled by a large Tom Turkey. The colors are bright and shiny and the image is lightly embossed to enhance it. Thanksgiving Greetings is printed in the upper left corner. The corners are slightly bumped consistent with being mailed. There are no marks or tears on the face of the card.
The back of the card is divided and the card was printed in Germany. The lower left corner of the card is imprinted with No. 854. The card has been postally used with a canceled stamp and postmark. The postmark is dated Nov 23, 1909 Brooklyn NY. Station C. The address and message on the back are in the reverse places where they should be, but it appears that it got to the right place anyway!
The message is in pen: Your friend, Louis Rombils (?sp)
The card is addressed to Master Traty Miller. No. 514 First Str. Hoboken
I can ship many postcards for the same price as one as they are very light. If you purchase several, wait for me to send you a revised purchase order reflecting an appropriate shipping price before making your payment.
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1909 Thanksgiving postcard with Turkey Pulling a Boy in a Cart
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