Saturday, May 14, 2011

About Postcards - Embossed and Calendars

Embossed Postcards - A much used process where areas within the card are molded or raised. in order to highlight the design. This results with an indentation on the back of the postcard.

This embossed Birthday postcard is published by John Winsh in 1915


Calendar Add-Ons Postcard - Miniature Calendars are attached. If there is a hole punched at the top it usually means commercially assembled. This calendar postcard is for the year of 1913 The center of this postcard, the star is also embossed as seen on the back of the postcard. It was mailed in 1912

1 comment:

Christine H. said...

That embossed star is beautiful and unusual.

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