Winner's Unlimited 112

Eretz Israel and Zionism, Anti-Semitsm, Holocaust and Sheerit Hapleta, Postcards and Photographs, Posters, Maps, Judaica, Seforim, Manuscripts, Letters from Rabbis and Rebbes

January 21, 2019
Opening $ 150
Estimate $ 300 - $ 400
Sold for $ 183
Including buyer's premium

Diverse collection of 40 Shanah Tovah postcards by American publishers, some were printed in Germany. Early 20th century.

Various publishers: Rephael Tuck & Sons [Rephael Tuck was an English Jew who was one of the most important publishers in the world of postcards in the early 20th century. His factory opened in London in the early 1870s, and in the merit of the beautiful postcards he produced on general topics, he was selected to supply postcards to the British royal court. His official title as it appeared on postcards he published was: "Art Publishers to their Majesties the King and Queen." In the final decade of the 19th century, Tuck's agency opened a branch for the distribution of its merchandise on Broadway Avenue in New York, and in 1900 it moved its permanent office to 122 Fifth Avenue. It then began to produce postcards and greeting cards for the Jewish New Year.] There are also postcards published by F&G [New York], Rich. Bahendt [San Francisco], Hebrew New York Cards, and more.

27 were sent in the mail. Overall fine-very fine condition.