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I have these black & white real photo postcards which document a stay in France. I can't read the dates but they are Turn of the Century photos of an individual and her friends in France.
A few are unused, others have notes and stamps. Don't really know much about post cards but these are pretty unique. Anyone have any comments on these?







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LOL Margo - they are called "Real Photo" postcards! Are they just ladies dressed up and so forth? They may interest historican's that work with dress/costumes and or jewelry. Most of this don't sell for very much though.
Yes, dressed in imitiation of famous characters: Carmen, Thais, Sautuzza. A couple are photos of the house where the one young lady who is the author of all the postcards is living. But I would agree with you, they best depict clothing and costume of the era.
Just call them RPPC (Real photo post card) or Real photo

Real Photos are generally worth more BUT it depends on the postcard. If you have a child riding a bicycle (real photo) it is worth more because of the bicycle. It just depends on the subject...

Thanks


Kim

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