This is an assortment of 10 Tuck and Sons postcards; 7 are from the Oilette series. Some are unused and others have stamps and writing on them. Some are in near mint condition and others show their age. Frankings include 1907, 1908 and 1910. The handwriting on the back of the river scene is gorgeous. Besides the Eiffel Tower card, my favorite is the lady in pink descending the stairs at Les Buttes-Chaumont. I'm offering these at what I like to think is a "buy it now" price: no hesitation cause it's a bon marche!
Trivia: the 75 on some of the backs of the postcards? That's not a price or ID number from a previous seller; that's the department number. France is divided into 96 departments and Paris is No. 75. Each card is about 5.5 by 3.5 inches.
Dear Customers: Your input and preferences are appreciated. Do you prefer batches of postcards or individual listings? Do you like postcards postally sent with franking for authentic verification or do you prefer no stamps on the front of your cards? How do you feel about writing on the front of a postcard? I'm happy to customize postings for you. Don't hesitate to let me know if you have a favorite artist or subject you like to collect. I just might have exactly what you're looking for in my 10,000+ postcard stash! And if I don't have it on hand, I can scour my French connections and get it for you!