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This is an unusual embossed postcard of a horse drawn fire engine. It is titled "Engine Going to a Fire." The engine itself has silver tinting. It is also tinted around the necks of the three white horses.
It was mailed with a one cent stamp. The year is not clear on the cancellation stamp. It does show "Fire Dep't Series P1400" and "Printed in Germany" with a publisher logo of S.L. & Co. The logo is for Samuel Langdorf & Company of New York, in business from 1906-1918. Their postcards were often elaborately tinted and printed in Germany.
Condition: Normal handling wear but no damage. It does look like it was kept in an album at one time.
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Embossed and Tinted Postcard of Horse Drawn Fire Engine
$15 USD SOLD
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