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RARE Set of 14 1920s/30s Art Romance Love Postcards, by John Neury of Geneva

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RARE Set of 14 1920s/30s Art Romance Love Postcards, by John Neury of Geneva 

Description

Set of 14 1920s/30s Art Romance Love Postcards, by John Neury of Geneva 

Approx. Size: 140x89mm

Please Note: These are NEW old stock postcards but have been sat about almost 100 years so do bear the marks of age and storage. These are not thought to be a complete or comprehensive set.

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Size: Standard (140x89mm)

Period: Post-War (1945 - Present)

Artist: Unknown

Modified Item: No

Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom

Postage Condition: Unposted

Publisher: William Foster Ltd

Number of Items: Collection/ Bulk Lots

Type: Printed

Features: NEW Old Stock, Collection of 32 cards, numbered 1 to 32


Size: Standard (140x89mm)

Period: 1920s/30s

Modified Item: No

Country/Region of Manufacture: Switzerland

Theme: Glamour

Number of Items: Set

Type: Printed

Features: Set of 14

Postage Condition: Unposted

Publisher: John Neury, Geneva