Vintage postcard dating
Before every little post office in America was given a ZIP Code, big cities were given a postal code. If your card is from after 1952, the cost of the stamp may help you date the card.Remember, though, that the card may have been produced many years before the stamp was placed.Almost all Curteich Company postcards have numbers either on the back middle, front lower right or stamp box (newer cards).You can find the corresponding dates by looking for charts published by Refried Jeans or the Lake County Forest Preserves. Other companies may have this information listed as well.I found a William Jennings Bryan poster in the window of one real photo of a house once.I've seen other campaign headquarters signs for local politicians or a couple of times for the Bull Moose Party.1914.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.
Only on rare occasions would a re-release throw you.Sometimes billboards and signs may advertise a 1957 Chevrolet or announce the 1938 County Fair.If you know even a little about cars that can help you date the cards, at least within a 5-10 year period.Of course, the Volkswagen Beetle didn't change much between the 1940s and 70s so that won't help too much ("The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same"). Leisure suits were in fashion during the late 1970s.Occasionally, you may even be able to read the year on a license plate! Flapper hairstyles were only popular for about four years (1923-1928). Most men wore suits and hats in public until well into the 1960s.