I ran into all kinds of dead ends checking out these postcards. Too many Sidney Heberts of Paris. Too many Meiers. But what is known is that these beauties are quite lovely with the large flowers in their hair. They might be suffering a chill from the exposure but ... :) Three of the postcards are unused and in overall fine antique condition with minimal signs of age. The card written on with the rounded corners (beauty in blue) shows stain damage verso but it doesn't show on the front. Creased at the bottom; hand-dated Oct. 17, 1918.
Notice that the lady in pink with the hat is actually from another series, but still by the same artist "E. Meier."
Each card is about 3.5 by 5.5 inches. Superb colors. Verso it's called "polychrome" printing, which doesn't really mean anything to me except a hundred years later, the colors are still rich, so it must have been a good process.
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