Here is another grouping of postcards featuring Paris storefronts by André Renoux (1939-2002), the "father" of the Paris School of Urban Realism. These cards show wear and/or are stained more so than the individual cards I have listed (which are in near mint condition). Two of these cards are very rare: the fox shop "Au Beau Noir Monsieur Renard" and Bistro du Beaujolais. The fox shop card is water-stained verso, which fortunately doesn't affect the front. Corner tips show wear. The Beaujolais card is also a harder-to-find one in the series, but alas, the former owner cut the bottom off (just about a quarter of an inch but it was the part with his signature)! Likewise, the fish shop, Poissonerie La Maree, has been snipped at the bottom, against, just about a quarter of an inch, the street pavement border. The wine and liquor shop also has stains verso and shows wear on the edges. None of the stains verso affect the front of the cards, which are all overall in fine condition, glossy with virtually no surface wear. If these cards were in near mint condition like the individual ones I have listed, these would total $70.
Another 'scratch and dent' batch is listed here. https://www.rubylane.com/item/274812-8676/Four-Paris-Storefronts-French-Painter-Andrxe9
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