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Presbyterian Church Monticello, New York Postcard

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Presbyterian Church Monticello, New York Postcard

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Presbyterian Church Monticello, New York Postcardlt;brgt;
Monticello NYlt;brgt;
lt;bgt;Year Date of Postcard, or Postal Used / Year Used:lt;/bgt; 1905lt;brgt;
lt;bgt;Grade:lt;/bgt; 1lt;brgt;
lt;bgt;Size:lt;/bgt; Rlt;brgt;
Presbyterian Church in Monticello, New York vintage postcard from our collection of over 2 Million old antique post cards of US States, Cities and Town Views. County Buildings.lt;brgt;
From our collection of 2 Million Vintage Post Cards that date back from 1893 to the modern photo chrome era of the late 1970s.
Our inventory is sought by collectors of Art, Real Photo Photography,
History Ephemera, Antique Paper Memorabilia and Rare Old Vintage Antique Postcard Collecting.lt;brgt;
Grading Scale:
Grade 1 = Perfect corners
Grade 2 = Very Minimal corner wear, no creases
Grade 3 = Some corner wear, no creases.
Grade 4 = Crease
Grade 5 = A lot of damage to card.
* Grades reflect corner wear and condition of card, not if the card is postal used or not.lt;brgt;
Product Size:
R = Regular Size Postcard - Approximately 3.5 Inches x 5.5 Inches
C = Continental Size Postcard - Approximately 4 Inches x 6 Inches
S = Smaller Size then a Regular Size Postcard
Product Type:
1 = Chrome Era (1939 – Present Day)
2 = Linen Era (1930 – 1945)
3 = White Border Era (1915 – 1930)
4 = Divided Back Era (1907 – 1915)
5 = Undivided Back Era (1901 – 1907)
6 = Private Mailing Era (1898 – 1901)
7 = Pioneer Era (1893 – 1898)
8 = Real Photo

Presbyterian Church Monticello, New York Postcard

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