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Animals in alphabetical order by type, then by caption:
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ORANGUTAN / ORANG UTAN / Orangutang. "No. 1008 D. Polly and Dohong; Chimpanzee and / Orang Utan / New York Zoological Park" unused black & white post card with undivided back, official, made in Germany, just a little edge wear & a tiny brown spot near the front center. Hard to find & seldom offered. $15.00 n(n)a(o)
OXEN. "MEXICO. 'CARRETA" showing a covered wagon drawn by 2 oxen, sepia-tone real photo, minor corner wear. Post card sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 m(g)ua
OXEN. "OX CART IN OLD MEXICO" Colorful linen mailed 1936. $1.50
OXEN. Uncaptioned hand-colored real photo Kodak tarjeta postal showing a boy seated on the yoke connecting 2 oxen, undisclosed publisher. We have seen different captioned photos with similar coloration from Mexico. $2.50 ba
OXEN. "Unloading Sugar Cane. Barbados. / J. R. H. Seifert & Co., Ltd, Barbados" including wagons drawn by oxen, black-and-white post card with dark red caption, unused, album impressions at the corners, slight yellowing of the paper, good edges. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 bfa
PICA. "Pica of our mountains" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1966. $1.50
PIG. "1 / JÃNNER / Herzliche Neujahrsgrüsse" art showing 2 small pigs jumping over a calendar pad surrounded by 4-leaf clovers, postcard numbered 603 on the back, mailed Austria to Iowa., good edges. $2.50 np
PIG. "Eagle One / KGV7347 / Momma Hog Jaws" Columbus Ohio QSL card with commissioned Runnin' Bare cartoon art, for operators Billy Joe & Nancy Wright, fresh appearance. $2.00 op
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PIG. "Hog Hoist, U. S. Y., Chicago" black & white postcard, circa 1908, writing on back mentions someone having typhoid fever, unusual subject matter. $20.00
PIG. "HOTEL CASTLE / FOR BEST FOUR / POLAND-CHINA / SOWS / Bred and owned / by / Exhibitor / NATIONAL SWINE SHOW / 1917" real photo post card of trophy cup whose inscription we use as a caption, clear focus & good contrast, corner crease, small corner crease, toning from contemporaneous pencil writing on back, mild corner wear & rounding. An Iowa State University Animal Husbandry Department webpage states that the show started in Des Moines in 1919 but, based on this evidence we must respectfully disagree. $25.00 ap
PIG. "I TAKE MY PEN IN / HAND / It is about time for you / to do the same / M. S." leather postcard showing a farmer holding a small pig, with caption completed by hand; hand-colored. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 lp
PIG. "Little Chef & Chef's Helper" humorous Dearborn Michigan QSL card with Runnin' Bare art commissioned by Ron & Judy Nowinski, Artist Series #89, backstamp & autograph for a collector in Alaska. Chef's helper takes the credit for the stuffed pig that his wife actually prepared. $2.00 m(d)cp
PIG. "Pig Pen Special" QSL card with Runnin' Bare style commissioned art showing doctor with hypodermic giving people flu shots (a take-off on the swine flu topic), 2 cards that join together for a complete image. $4.00 a(p)m(p)
PIG. Postcard Collector. January 1992 (Volume 10 Number 1). Features on Rockefeller Center, Chateau Frontenac, pig post cards, holiday real photos & more. $2.50 p,p
PIG. "S1053 / FELIX AND HONEY. Painting by Ray Wolf. The King of Clowns / Felix Adler ... with his trained little piggie that / likes to drink milk." unused postcard with wonderful signed art, circa 1947 - 1952, trivial corner wear, otherwise fresh. Frank Bartlet Adler performed with Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey for 28 years & was subsequently inducted into the International Clown Hall of Fame. $3.50 cpg
PIG. "The Potter Ranch, eight miles from the hotel, / near Santa Barbara, Cal." including many pigs feeding a 3 troughs, postcard mailed 1908, a couple of light smudges on the back, and a surprisingly inappropriate message congratulating a young girl who had just graduated from grammar school. $9.00 gc(s)p
PIG. "'Tis me greetings / to ye because 'Tis / St Patrick's Day." with art depicting leprechaun & running pig, published by Gibson Art Company, mailed 1914 from Yonkers New York, corner & edge wear, partial cancel on front. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg (147,348 bytes) or .tif format. $1.50 sp
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PIG. "WN6SPF" shortwave (7.105 MHz) QSL postcard with pig cartoon art mailed 1973 by operator Pat Patton, tiny corner bend, partial cancel on front. $2.00 cp
PIG. "Wild animals I have / known" showing pigs & a horse & a little boy, a little hand-colored / tinted on leather post card, mailed Waverly Ohio 1906, faded front. $2.75
PLATYPUS. "AUSTRALIAN SCENE: / Lillypilly and Platypus." In color, issued by Novelty Card Co., unused. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 (aa(p))
POLAR BEAR. "JW0C" shortwave (18 mc) Barentsburg Norway QSL card used 1992 by operator UB5MVJ. Attractive multicolor art on front for the first Russian amateur radio club station in the Spitsbergen Archipelago depicts a polar bear, small bottom corner crease, neat violet handstamp of the N7RO DX QSL Service. Map on the other side shows the location of this small (population about 500) coal mining settlement in relation to Longyearbyen, Sveagruwe, Belsund & Horsund. $5.00 nrmma& NEW / NOV / ÚJ
POSSUM. "Carols Ring-tailed possum / of New Guinea" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1961 in the United States. $1.75
PRONGHORN ANTELOPE. "VE5IN" QSL postcard with art in silver tones depicting pronghorn antelope grazing near Indian teepees, grain elevators in the distance; QSL postcard mailed 1963 by operator Russ Allen from Fort Nelson BC to Pennsylvania, small upper corner crease, light toning on back. $2.50 sa
PRONGHORN ANTELOPE. "W7VJI" Rock Springs Wyoming QSL card with pronghorn antelope art. mailed 1970, trace of cancel ink on front , 2 faint corner crease. $1.25 wa
RABBIT. "685 - RABBIT DRIVE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA" showing hundreds penned up, post card mailed 1921 at Long Beach, long creases, corner & edge wear, small spot of toning in address area, as is. $3.75 hac(s)
RABBIT. "Bark Dust & Cottontail" Hood River Oregon QSL card with Runnin' Bare style commissioned art depicting a rabbit & cactus, fresh appearance. $2.00 oa
RABBIT. "Copyrighted Photograph, 1909 by Wm. H. Mortin", exaggeration real photo showing two hunters carrying giant rabbit through the snow, slung on a pole between them; published by North American Post Card Co., mailed 1909 at Doniphan Nebraska, trivial corner rounding, light toning on back from album contract. $9.50 ehap
RABBIT. "Easter / GREETING" two rabbits drive an auto laden with large egg & small flowers, embossed, postcard mailed 1907 at East Stroudsburg Pennsylvania, minor corner wear. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 feaa
RABBIT. "Lapin" QSL card with commissioned art, used with 2 handstamps. $1.75
RABBIT. "RABBITS, FOREST PARK, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. / 62782" 9 in all; unevenly divided back postcard, mailed JUL 29 1910 (bold BOS. TROY & ALBANY TR10 R.P.O. RMS hand cancel) to Miriam & Anson Wilbor in Hartford Connecticut, small spot in message area obscures nothing, mild corner & edge wear. $4.00 m(s)a(r)
RABBIT. "White Rabbit" drawn QSL card, unused. $1.00
RABBIT & SNAKE. "D-80 A Desert Tragedy" unused Curteich linen. $1.75
RABBIT & TREE SPARROW. Well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard fashioned from 2 large 1957 National Wildlife Federation labels, mailed. $2.00
RATTLESNAKE. "Tucumcar(i) / Nicoley / Studio" unused DOPS real photo of a coiled rattlesnake, small paper adherence in one back corner, focus a little fuzzy-- perhaps the cameraman was worried! Tucumcari is in New Mexico. $5.00 an
RAZORBACK. "FLORIDA WATER FOWL AND A RAZORBACK / ON A FLORIDA RIVER" In color, circa 1912, worn corners. $2.00
RED FOX. "RED FOX / ANCHORAGE PHOTO SUPPLY #2" black & white continental-size real photo with a good close-up, scalloped edges & no postcard back as issued, several small indentations near lower edge, wavy paper, lightly toned back. $1.00 aa
RED TREE MOUSE. "Nest of red tree mouse / of the West Coast" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962. $1.50 %
RED TREE MOUSE. "Red tree mouse / of the West Coast." well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962. $1.50
REINDEER. "Reindeer in Lapland / Norway" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1964. $1.75
RHINOS. "5047. B - TWO-HORNED AFRICAN RHINOCEROS / NEW YORK ZOOLOGICAL PARK" being fed, unused postcard, official because it was issued by the park, tiny chip out of a back lower edge does not show through to the front, otherwise fresh & appealing. $10.00 n(n)p(z)a(r)
RHINOS. "VQ4RF" QSL viewcard showing a charging rhinoceros, used 1961, via RFB Featherstone Nakuru. $2.25 ka***c
ROOSTERS. "2165 A COCK FIGHT IN MEXICO" with a group of men watching intently, unused postcard, 4 tiny pinholes near the sides (1 with a tear to the edge that closes well), upper corner crease, long horizontal crease. As is. $2.75 m(g)a
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SALAMANDER. "Coral red salamanders" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962. $1.50
SEAL. "RESTAURANT TERRACE and SEAL POOL / Central Park Zoo N.Y.C." before its renovation, Mainzer real photo postcard mailed 1960 at Depauville New York, long bottom corner crease, noticeable edge wear especially at the top. $7.00 n(n)a
SEAL. "Sea lion Rock in the / Bering Sea." including many seals, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed NOV 15 1961 at Shungnak Alaska (clear hand cancel ties 4-c communications stamp). $1.50 a(b)a
SEAL. "White Seal" QSL card with original art, fresh appearance. $1.25
SEA LIONS. "California sea lion" art on well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962. $1.50
SHEEP. "161 UNE FOIRE EN BASSE-NORMANDIE. -- Le Marché aux Moutons // ND / PHOT" showing a sheep market, black & white carte postale with green back, very late usage at Doty Washington, minor wear at one corner, small upper corner crease, light toning in the front caption area. $17.00 f(b)a
SHEEP. "202. - CORSE - Ste MARIE SICCHÉE" including a herd of sheep in the foreground & the very small commune in the distance; circa-1920 postcard with green back, very late usage at Urbana Kansas (2 different postal markings), hint of cancel ink in the sky. $4.75 ca(s) NEW / NOV / ÚJ
SHEEP. "A Devonshire Lane, Nr Lynton." black & white show man & dog herding sheep down a path, mailed 1909, bold Ilfracombe cancel. $5.00 ea. Same, but a different printing with lighter contrast, unused, lightly toned back. $4.00 ea%
SHEEP. "AFGHANISTAN - Kochi" "AFGHANISTAN - Kochi" showing a shepherd kneeling to examine his flock, a woman in the background looks away; excellent condition. $3.75 aap. Same oversize post card except design has an odd partial inset at the upper right [Were they copying from a book?] and light marks from the printing process on the back. Shown. The Kochi are a small nomadic ethnic minority that has sporadically waged war against the Hazara people there. $3.50 aap
SHEEP. "A FLOCK OF FINE SHEEP // JOHN JONES / OWNER / MARTEL O." including the owner, his dog & a horse; unused Azo (triangles up) real photo, low-contrast / grayish, good edges. There are 2 men, a sheep dog & a horse included in the image. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 oag
SHEEP. "A PYRENESE SHEPHERD" unused Stengel postcard on thick stock, minor wear to one upper corner, light album toning on the back. Rosa Bonheur, the artist, is the most popular painter of animals in the modern French School. $3.00 sa(b)a(s)p
SHEEP. "BAND OF SHEEP / IN JEFFERSON NATIONAL FOREST, / MONTANA" unused linen with Northern Pacific Railroad advertising of its North Coast Limited printed on the back, slight browning of the paper with age. $2.75 mra* Same but with edge wear & a tiny scrape near the top edge. $1.50 mra*
SHEEP. "BARBADOS, WEST INDIES / Picturesque Bathsheba on the Atlantic coast in the / parish of St. Joseph -- some of the island's famous / Black Belly Sheep in foreground" unused chrome postcard with 1975 copyright, bend at 1 corner, lightly toned back. $1.25 ba
SHEEP. "'BESIDE STILL WATERS' / IN CALIFORNIA" showing a flock at a watering spot, unused DOPS real photo with nice composition. $3.75 ac%
SHEEP. “DONALD EVANS 1945-1977 / nadorp, schaapherder met kudde / nadorp, shepherd with flock” unused continental postcard, copyrighted, excellent condition. $1.25 a(e)a
SHEEP. "England" showing women feeding one, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1964. $1.50
SHEEP. "Elizabeth Park. Hartford, Conn. / No. 187 The Chapin News Company (Incorporated)" showing a herd of sheep grazing there, black & white postcard mailed there 1905, internal crease of about 1-inch shows in sky, noticeable corner & edge wear. $8.00 ca& NEW / NOV / ÚJ
SHEEP. "Fontaine des Eaux Douces d'Asil. Constantinople / Editeur Max Fruchtermann, Constantinople. 1149. Photogr. Abdullah." with 6 sheep grazing & a man selling what looks like pretzels from a small portable stand, color on unused undivided back, light album marks on front, small corner bend. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a 75-dpi (slightly larger than full-size) .jpg scan. $1.50
SHEEP. "Greetings From CORNING, Ohio" showing several sheep in pasture, Photo Brown Farm Scene Series No. 54, unused, considerable corner wear. $1.50 oa
SHEEP. "In length'ning rows prone / from the mountain run / The flocks -- their fleeces / glist'ning in the sun / RICHARD SAVAGE" showing a flock of sheep, Tuck Photochrome Series 4463 (Animal Studies), numeral written in the front sky, back toned in places. Savage was an English poet who lived 1697 - 1743. $3.00 tpa
SHEEP. "Killing Sheep, U. S. Y., Chicago" black & white, circa 1908, unused, minor corner & edge wear. $20.00
SHEEP. "LOCH CORUISK, SKYE" including some sheep, Valentine's Colourtone, mailed 1958 but probably very late usage, edge wear. Note the sheep in the foreground; this Scottish island has many distinctive breeds of sheep. $2.00 sa(s)
SHEEP. "Nepal, Himalayas" showing a herdsman with his flock of sheep in mountainous terrain, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1966 at the Avonbell Station of Amarillo Texas. one corner creased & worn, cancel on front. $1.50 na
SHEEP. "Scott's Country / Melrose Abbey" including a small flock of sheep grazing near the finest ecclesiastical ruin in Scotland, unused Tuck Oilette post card, printed in England, small corner crease, noticeable wear at the top edge. $2.75 sta
SHEEP. "Sheep" embossed Tuck series 400 (Domestic Animals), writing on back, corner & edge wear, pinkish stain on back. $1.75
SHEEP. "Sheep camp & corral / Artesia, N. M." writing on back explains that the people are Mexicans, and the animals are Angora goats. sepia-tone SOLIO real photo. $16.00
SHEEP. "Sheep in the Blue Mts. Oregon" showing a large flock, sepia-tone real photo mailed at The Dalles 1943, slight oxidation, mild discoloration along one back edge. $3.75 oa
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SHEEP. "Shepherd and Flock, Druid Hill Park-Baltimore, Md." black-and-white, unused undivided back, faint album impressions at corners, light toning along the top front edge (darker in the thumbnail than it actually is so you can locate it & see its extent). One of our favorite cards from this city, even though it is not rare. Note the collie dog. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 mpa*
SHEEP. "THE SOUTH DOWNS, NEAR WORTHING, SHOWING CHANCTONBURY RING 52856" showing shepherd with flock in England, phototype mailed 1958, wear at top corners. $4.00 ea
SHEEP. "Veemarkt. Sneek" post card showing the sheep pens of J. Baarda at the market there (in Holland), writing on back dates to 1947, minor wear at 2 corners. Post card sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg (228,505 bytes) or .tif format. $1.50 nga
SIBERIAN TIGER. "SIBERIAN TIGER / (Panthera tigris altaica). / Largest of all living cats." unused postcard from the World Wildlife Fund, photo copyright Bruce W. Bunting, excellent condition. Numbered WFE 106 on back. $2.00 eap
SKUNK. "WA8PUU" unused QSL postcard for operator Albert E. Catron, with amusing drawing of skunk, fresh appearance, good edges. $2.00 oa
SKUNK & FERRET & RACCOON. "Home of Quality Domesticated Baby Skunks in six colors... / ...Ferrets in five colors, / Mutation Raccoon." unused chrome multiview post card publicizing Taylor's Pets Incorporated. Most unusual subject matter. $5.00 ma
SKUNK. "Little Stinker / John Cook unit 195 P.O. Box 90 / Nolalu, Ont. Canada" art depicting a skunk taking a bath on an unused QSL card from the Runnin' Bare Artist Series #806 copyrighted in 1978, fresh colors & good edges. $1.25 o(n)a(s)
SNOW LEOPARD. "SNOW LEOPARDS / MILWAUKEE COUNTY ZOO" postcard mailed 1979, striking image from zoo setting. $1.50
SQUIRREL. "'BILLY' One of the Pets in Capitol Park, Harrisburg, Pa." corner & edge wear. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg (158,934 bytes) or .tif format. $1.50 (ap)
SQUIRREL. "GREETINGS FROM WISCONSIN" over a large dark magenta squirrel eating an acorn, unused wooden post card from Vandercraft in Prineville Oregon, small area of price sticker residue in address area on back. $4.50 ww(u)a
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TAPIR. "Dead tapir on the Amazon / saved Orelana's men from starvation" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1963 in the United States. $1.75
TIGER. "11. Axel, Tigres en famille" unused continental post card with saturated colors. $1.50
TORTOISE. "Giant tortoises of Seycheles(sic) / Islands in Indian Ocean" showing two moving through rocks & brush; home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1962 at Rea Pennsylvania, paper separation at one bottom corner. $1.75 sa
TURTLE. "Announcing / Tuttle / Tuesdays / at 10!" cartoon art of a cute turtle, unused continental postcard, near mint. Listing dates some performers (Leslie Zak, Prairie Orchard, e.g.) will appear on its back--e.g., Prairie Orchid & Leslie Zak. (2 available) $1.25 each. o(d)a(t)a
TURTLE. "Soft-shelled eggs of the / Seycheles(sic) giant turtle." home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1962 at Madison Pennsylvania, a little wear at the upper edge, bottom corner bend not into the image, a few tiny adherences from stamp perforations on front. $1.50 sa
TURTLE. "Stacked like dishes on a drain- / board, green turtles of Seycheles(sic)" home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 at Hostetter Pennsylvania. $2.00 sa
UNIDENTIFIED. Fox-like animal on a leash in a zoo setting, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962. $1.25
VICUÑA. Uncaptioned real photo of a vicuña, mailed 1978 from Peru to the United States, 2 stamps. $3.00
WALRUS. "Arctic Walrus" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1961. $1.50
WATERBUCK. "Defassa waterbuck, Africa" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1964. $1.50
WATER BUFFALO. "Water buffalo in Indonesia / in a flower-strewn bath" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1960. $1.50
WHITE-TAILED DEER & PRONGHORN ANTELOPE. Well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard fashioned from 2 large 1960 National Wildlife Federation labels, mailed. $2.00
WHITE TIGER. "NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK / ...Mohini. The female white tiger..." Friend of the National Zoo cachet in blue, mailed, corner bend. $2.00
WILD PIGS. "Fütterung der Wildschweine Moritzburg" showing wild boar that had been rounded up in East Germany, monochromatic dark green with red caption on yellowish paper, ad for Adam's Gasthof on back, mailed in Dresden 1900 to Maine. corner & edge wear (including 2 small corner creases nowhere near the image), light toning on front, unusual subject matter. $8.00 ae+
WILDCAT. "Born Bree" QSL card with original art, unused, fresh appearance. $1.25
WILDCAT. Stylized quality art on a well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962. $1.50
WOLF. "This wolf was killed Jan. 22 1917 by a posse of men near our place ..." in Fremont Ohio (northwest part of the state) real photo postcard with our capition taken from the hand-written message, mailed April 12 1917 to Mr. and Mrs Will Ehler in Mansfield Ohio by 'Avilda H.' (Avilda Havens). Definitely a wolf; you can tell by the head shape. Definitely unusual then & there. And the posse comment is consistent with the well-known difficulty of hunting them--due to their sharp senses, endurance & ability to kill dogs. $50.00 o(f)a
WOLVERINE. "Wolverine" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1958. $1.50
WOODCHUCK. "No. 62 / The burly Woodchuck -- star performer on Ground Hog / Day" mailed 1958. $1.50
YAK. "Ó Thomas Laird / Snowfall on yaks / in Solu-Khumbu, Nepal" as they stand outside a small building, unused continental postcard, light toning on back possibly from the printing process, slight bending of a top corner, long upper corner crease, internal crease near the right front center edge. $1.00 nwa
ZEBRA. "WILDLIEF--DIERELEWE / Zebra trio at a waterhole..." continental postcard mailed from South Africa. $1.00
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