Philip Boileau's designs of beautiful women are some of the most recognized and admired from the era during the early 1900's when postcards were at the height of their popularity. His beautiful ladies were actually admired world wide. The foreign versions are much more rare. This "Peggy" card was issued by German publisher Friedrich O. Wolter of Berlin. It was titled "Studie" and had the number 1058 printed on the card. The front of the card has little wear other than to the top left corner and a few tiny specks of paper loss. The reverse is age toned with darker markings. The card was not written on and was not posted. Please examine the photographs as they are part of the description. Thank you for looking
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