Seller: Ron & Carol Littlefield, Attic Heritage Auctions, NEW HAMPSHIRE, US Log in to ask the seller a question
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Price: $6.98 $3.49
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Welcome to Attic Heritage Auctions located in the land of many postcard views-- New Hampshire.
Please visit us often as we have thousands of postcards to share and our inventory will change as we go. Please note that all photos are scans that are presented here just as the scanner recorded them. Some do not accurately show the entire item but please note that all cards are intact in the proper size and are not actually cut off as the scan sometimes makes it appear. We never, ever enhance an image in any way. Additionally, we try our best to present an honest opinion of the card by following a grading standard. We all see things differently so bear in mind-- these are only our opinions based upon our experience. We've been collecting for over 60 years. We're a member of the International Federation of Postcard Dealers and numerous postcard collectors clubs across the USA and Canada.
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USA & Canada destinations: $3.00 USD for 1 to 9 items; FREE shipping for 10 or more items purchased from our store-- Attic Heritage Auctions (AHA). A Grab Bag counts as 1 item.
Other than USA or Canada destinations: $4.50 USD for 1 to 5 items; $6.50 USD for 6 to 9 items; $9.50 USD for 10 to 12 items; $13.50 USD for 13 to 20 items; $15.50 USD for 21 to 30 items; $17.50 USD for 31 to 40 items; $19.50 USD for 41 to 50 items; $21.50 USD for 51 to 60 items; $23.50 USD for 61 to 70 items; $25.50 USD for 71 to 80 items; $27.50 USD for 81 to 90 items; $29.50 USD for 91 to 100 items. Over 100 items, please inquire. A Grab Bag counts as 1 item.
We combine shipping for multiple purchases from our store-- Attic Heritage Auctions (AHA)-- in one transaction so make all your selections before checking out.
We usually ship within 2 business days. We always ship in rigid cardboard boxes or mailers boldly marked "DO NOT BEND OR CRUSH" to protect your cards.
The money you paid for the merchandise will be refunded if, within 30 days of your purchase, you safely return the merchandise. You pay only for the shipping and handling costs both ways.
.We also accept money orders and checks drawn on United States banks only.
Make payable to Ron or Carol Littlefield or Attic Heritage Auctions
(Returned check fee is $25.00.)
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We sell postcards only ONLINE. We don't solicit want lists. We don't sell on approval. We don't have a shop. We don't sell at shows. We don't buy on approval so do not send us cards-- inquire first. All of this helps to keep our overhead expense down and makes it possible for us to offer the best cards at consistently competitive pricing.
Grading of Postcards
MINT (M): Perfect condition, no apparent blemishes, flaws, postally unused, may have some writing on back.
NEAR MINT (NM): Like new, image is uncompromised, may have slight discoloration due to age, maybe postally used, possible one or two hardly noticeable signs of wear, maybe writing on back.
EXCELLENT (E): Like new, some signs of age, possible discoloration, may have album marks or residue on back, may have light crease, may be postally used or have writing on card but over all a super nice card.
VERY GOOD (VG): May have signs of wear, possible discoloration due to age, maybe album marks or residue on back, maybe postally used or written on, maybe minor soiling , possibly creases, small tears or chipping but image is still good.
GOOD (G): Signs of wear, maybe creases or tears, possible discoloration, maybe album marks or residue on back, possible writing on back, maybe postally used but better than average.
AVERAGE (A): Given its age and circumstances, average would generally apply to postally used cards with expected wear and tear. Still a decent find but not top notch.
POOR (P): We only sell cards in poor condition when we have fully disclosed their condition or as part of a "grab bag" group. These will always be at a very low cost and are sold "as is" and all such sales are final-- no returns on these.
AMB - Album marks on back including glue or paste residue possibly
AMF - Album marks on front
AQ - Aquabot or Paquebot (Cancelled aboard a vessel at sea)
AS - Artist-signed
C - Chrome
CH - Chip(s)
COF - Cancellation on face
COP - Copyright
CR - Crease(s) or bend(s)
CS - Continental size (4" X 6")
DB - Divided Back (post 1907)
DD - Dated
DPO - Discontinued Post Office
EMB - Embossed
FAB - Fabric on card
GLT - Glitter on card
HTL - Hold-to-light
KK - Kopper Kard
L - Linen
LEA - Leather card
PI - Postal ink on face
PM - Postmark
PMC - Private Mailing Card
PMI or PM? - Postmark Illegible
PS - Passed Censor
PU - Postally used
RPO - Railway Post Office
RPPC - Real Photo post card
SCT - Scott's Stamp Identification Number
SLD - Soiled more than average
SM - Stamp Missing
TR - Tear(s) or hole(s)
UB - Undivided Back (pre 1908)
UDB - Undivided Back (pre 1908)
UM - Unmailed, Unused postally
UN - Unused postally
WDN - Wooden card
WO - Written On
WOB - Writing on back
WOF - Writing on face
WS - With Stamp