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"$25.00 REWARD Stolen Automobile. / BUICK TOURING CAR, 1920 Model-K-45 / Stolen from Fourth and Elm Sts., July 9, 1921 ... / Address all Communications to / The Cal Crim Detective Bureau / ... 201, 202, 203, 204 TRACTION BUILDING, CINCINNATI, OHIO" with a detailed description of the auto & its distinguishing marks; government postal card mailed JULY 21 1921 to the Chief of Police at Noblesville Indiana, fairly fresh. SALE IN PROGRESS lo(c)g(c)a
"144--U. S. Supreme Court, Washington, D. C." postcard mailed 1957, ink smear on back. $1.25
"14.--La femme avocat. / Les hommes font-ils meilleure besogne en politique? Quel mépris nous vient au cœur pour eux devant let faits. / La France divisée en partis ennemis s'entredechirant, la haine des classes attisée, devenue en moyen de gouverneur, les / déclassés remplissant les villes et les campagnes manquant de bras; les sinécures, les concussions, les pots-de-vin partout; la / dette grossissant de milliard en milliard en pleine paix; à toutes les aventures. Hommes, il n'y a pas lieu d'être fiers de votre œuvre. / Je salue l'aurore des temps nouveaux, l'avènement aux affaire de la femme." Image of woman in lawyer robes standing behind a child. French is colloquial, argumentative & sarcastic-- something to the effect "Why not women lawyers? Men do a lousy job at it! Look what they have done in politics & public affairs ... I greet the advent of new times when women are in business." Undivided back postcard, mailed circa 1900 - 1903, small corner crease, minor edge wear, album impressions at the corners. The baby in the picture probably symbolizes the non-voting status of women under the Napoleonic code, under which they were essentially treated as children. Sold but front still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 splw(s)#
"17 -- MINIHY-Tréguier. Le Tombeau de Saint Yves -- LL." showing a woman in Brittany praying at the tomb of the patron saint of the professions of justice & the law; unused circa-1910 carte postale with divided back from Levy et Neurdein Réunis, minor toning on back, trivial corner rounding. An unforgettable image. $5.00 f(m)lc
"2011 / Seasons, sizes / and Creel Limits / POCKET GUIDE / ... / PENNSYLVANIA / FISH & BOAT COMMISSION" complete in fold-out with 10 panels, authoritative, exceptionally detailed & interesting. Shown are 3 panels including the seasons, minimum sizes & daily limits for dozens of species of fish (left & center) and how to report water pollution (right). Other panels list lakes by counties, catch & release regulations, life jacket laws, etc. $1.50 fp(p)l
"2241 to 47 Calumet Ave" real photo postcard showing it next to the Milton Bradley Building (school supplies) & Edwin Allen Company (booksellers & bookbinders) at the viewer's right, caption reversed left-to-right; regular postcard-sized real photo with handstamp of h. E. Williams 4559 Ellis Avenue on the back, small upper corner crease just into the image. One-of-a-kind. The 2241 address was once the residence of legal scholar Frank Hall Childs who wrote 'Childs on Suretyship', 'Childs on Personal Property' & more. 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 i(c)l
"36. LAWYER'S CLUB, U. OF M., ANN ARBOR, MICH." white-border era post card, unused, soft corners, couple tiny spots of toning near edges. $2.00 (mcl)
"527 SANTIAGO, Calle Estado Curphey y Jofré Ltda." with a Chilean traffic cop in the intersection & legible signs--Lenceria y Encajes, Omega, Cara Kardonsky / Brillantes Joyas; real photo postcard with clear 4 ABR 35 AMBULANCIA (mailed on train going to Osorno) hand cancel on 30-cts stamp franking it to Ohio, Valparaiso 6 ABR 35 transit marking in address area. Stamp overhangs the top edge so a couple of perfs got bent; tiny bottom corner crease nowhere near the image. Nice you-are-there type of feeling from the photography. $12.00 cgl-c
"641. Drive Way 74th St., Central Park, New York." showing an early auto, policeman on horseback & a horse-drawn buggy, postcard mailed 1907, a little extraneous writing on the back, 2 corners with minor wear, a hint of cancel ink in the front sky. Caption will test your eyesight in the dark areas, but we got it right under great magnification. Seldom offered; because of the caption problem, most dealers cannot tell you what it is. $7.00 n(n)l
"6. COURT HOUSE AND SHERIFF'S OFFICE, WARREN, PA." with 3 bicyclists paused at the curb, white-border era post card from Harry H. Hamm, mailed there 1918, tiny corner crease not into the image, a little cancel ink on front, 1/4-inch tear from the bottom center just into the image that closes well. $2.75 p(w)cl
"6969 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KENNEWICK, WASH." corner view, 6 gentlemen standing nearby, signage of MOULTON & HENDERSON / LAWYERS on the top floor; sepia-tone real photo postcard mailed MAR 12 1911, tiny bottom corner crease not in the image, other edge wear is minor. Hard to find! 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 w(k)nl
"79 TETUAN / OFICIAL DE LA GUARDIA / JALIFANA." showing a uniformed lawman with sword on horseback, sepia-tone tarjeta postal from an undisclosed publisher, very late usage at Monroe South Dakota, trivial corner & edge wear, a few dark tiny speckles at the top front which may be from cancel ink. $6.26 thl
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"8 - Flagrant délit de Braconnage // Nulle équivoque ! pris en fraude / Le délit est certain, flagrant, // C'est le rapport de la maraude, - / Tel qui croit attraper se prend !" showing French game wardens seizing a rabbit from poachers; unused carte postale with 4-line poem referring to the flagrant violation, back & front caption areas toned. Unusual subject matter. $8.50 hppl
"ALL STAR / DRUG / DETECTING DOGS / B.J. // TREASURY / U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE" 1992 card (about 1/2 the size of a postcard) showing the Labrador retriever that helped Los Angeles California authorities seize over $140,000,000 worth of narcotics. Numbered 12 in series of 24 put out by Milk Bone dog biscuits. $1.50 ldc(l)
"ALL STAR / DRUG / DETECTING DOGS / TIA // TREASURY / U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE" 1992 card (about 1/2 the size of a postcard) showing the Labrador retriever that helped Otay Mesa California authorities seize over $48,150,000 worth of narcotics. Numbered 5 in a series of 24 put out by Milk Bone dog biscuits. $1.50 ldc(o)
"A Member of the famous Royal Canadian Mounted / Police..." post card mailed 1972. $1.00
"AMERICA'S No. 1 HOME STUDY PARALEGAL PROGRAM..." unused 2-color business reply card. $1.00
Appam (registered 1913 to the British & African Steam Navigation Company, Limited). Uncaptioned sepia-tone real photo post card with good focus & contrast, ship's name prominent, toning in right front (not on ship), toning on corresponding back edge too, tiny corner crease. In 1916 this vessel was captured by the German cruiser Moewe and sailed to then-neutral United States. The US District Court ordered her return to the owning company, and it sailed as the Mandingo until the WWI armistice (after which she again became the Appam). Her case is still cited as an important one in international law. $8.00 s(b)lws(o)
"A Thorough Compilation of the Role of Statistics in Legal / Cases / STATISTICS AND THE LAW" unused business reply card from a December 1987 Wiley advertising campaign, excellent condition. $1.00 ml
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"BRITISH COLUMBIA / join us... / FOR TWO CENTURIES" showing RCMP officer and totem poles, postcard mailed 1970. $1.50
"C810 // SPEEDING? / I'LL BET YOU DIDN'T / THINK I'D MAKE IT / DID YOU? // 2C-H294" comic art showing woman emerging from service station ladies rest room while law officer is writing ticket, linen souvenir of the Chicago Cafe in International Falls Minnesota, post card mailed 1953, slight yellowing of the paper with age, tiny corner bend. $2.00 mcgl
"CAMERON, W. VA." unused government postal card with legal form of attorney Chauncey D. Hinerman. $2.50
"Carrie / Glaeden / FOR MUNICIPAL COURT / JUDGE" unused postcard in excellent condition, some text in color on back about FOP endorsement. Served for 2 terms on the Franklin County Municipal Court in Columbus Ohio, before losing to a Democrat in 2015. $1.25 lo(f)p
"Changing of the Guard at Government House Photo: Larry Win" showing the Royal Bahamas Police Band playing on a sunny day, unused Dexter Press continental postcard, scalloped edges as issued, 1964 copyright, excellent condition. $1.25 blm
"Charlotte Amalie Police Station Photo by John Penrod", continental post card from Dexter press, scalloped edges as issued, clumsy stamp removal causes multiple creases & striations visible from the front, as is. $0.50 vl
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"City Hall, Casper, Wyo." with a police patrol car prominently in the foreground, unused postcard from Bloom Brothers Company in Minneapolis, minor wear to two corners, two tiny spots of toning near the back bottom edge. $4.00 w(c)l
"CLYDE C. SHERICK / Judge Court of Appeals / SECOND TERM / Non-Partisan Judicial Ballot / Election November 6, 1934" picturing the judge and with a message to voters, mailed at Ashland. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 (olgp)
"Collection 'HUMOUR ET INSOLITE' (1re série) / 8. Marc Paygnard Joyeux Noël (1980)" unused black & white continental postcard showing Santa Claus on the back of a policeman's motorcycle, Editions Admira. (2 available) $1.50 each. ml
"Constables of Seycheles(sic) / Islands in Indian Ocean" two of them standing, another on a motorcycle, home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 at Millsboro Pennsylvania, a few tiny adherences from stamp perforations at the upper left front. $2.25 slm*
"DEAR SIR / THE IOWA JUSTICE..." 1874 notice from publisher that an issue would be delayed and stating why. Interesting, mailed in Des Moines. $12.00
"Den Haag, Vredespaleis" sepia-tone real photo postcard depicting the Peace Palace (then housing the Permanent Court of Arbitration & the Hague Academy of International Law, now also housing the International Court of Justice for the UN), very late usage at Hague Virginia, oxidation consistent with a circa-1920 age, light pencil line from the top border will probably erase with patience, small paper adherence on the sidewalk portion of the image. $3.75 lnu
"Den Huag(sic) - Vredespaleis" post card mailed 1922 to De Land Florida franked by a 12-1/2-cent stamp; all corners with small creases, a little cancel ink in the left front border, uncreased corner worn. This Peace Palace houses the International Court of Justice at The Hague, Netherlands. $2.25 nlc
"Denn da Auge des Gesetzes / wacht. / Schiller / JUNGGESELLEN-POSTKARTE Nr. 5./ Verlag Philipp & Kramer, Wien VI." showing a couple on bicycles being chased by a policeman on same, unused circa 1900 Postkarte with undivided back, odd spot of blue on front & showing on back of one corner (To hide wear? We do not do that sort of thing.), other edge wear is trivial. Rough translation: This 'bachelor postcard' admonishes that 'the eyes of the law are watching'. We have seen cards in this series go as high as $29.00 in auctions. $15.00 bl*
"Different styles of dress of the Zululand Police" with a photographer taking a picture of 10 natives near a fortification; postcard with undivided back mailed with a 1-d Natal King stamp to London England, small upper corner crease, noticeable edge wear, many tiny speckles of cancel ink in the front sky obscure nothing. Rare: when we searched the Internet no one else offered it, no one bragged about having sold it & no one was even exhibiting it. $14.00 zlp
"DODGE COUPE / Reward for information leading to recovery / DESCRIPTION / 1920 model, painted black ... / Owner, Robert Guinther, Akron, Ohio ..." postal card mailed 1921 to the Chief of Police at Noblesville Indiana from American Automobile Insurance Company in Cleveland, light toning at one back corner & along lower front edge. $10.00 ialo(a)g(g)
"E7108(?) POLICE HEADQUARTERS, BRIDGEPORT, CONN." with approximately 60 uniformed officers stand in front of the entrance, postcard made in Germany, mailed 1908, well rounded corners, long corner crease. Caption beginning is hard to read, so the publisher's number may be wrong. $4.50 cl
"Excuse haste (and a poor pen.) / NO. 25. CHRIS N. KROGSTAD, MENOMONIE, WIS." 1906 post card with signed Krogstad art, corner crease, corner wear & rounding, cancel on front. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 al-v
"Expert Guidance Without the Fees / PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS & TRADEMARKS" unused business reply card, 1991. $1.00
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"F. O. P. / BOOSTER...1998" unused sticker, slightly smaller than a post card, fresh. $1.00
"FREE! 16 PAGE / SPECIAL / REPORT / Learn The Secrets of Lawyers..." unused 1988 business reply card. $1.00
"FREE CHAIR CARS / on Limited Fast Express Trains / The Great Rock Island Route // Between " a well dressed man in an adjustable reclining chair next to an empty seat; circa-1888 advertising card on thin stock fashioned from a larger item bearing partial ad of another railroad on back, rounded corners. The Huntington Digital Library has a longer version in color with route specifics: Chicago, Kansas City, St. Joseph & Atchison via the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway. Such cars were better than first-class accommodations. A court ruled that a railroad could charge a reasonable sum extra for such accommodations in St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas Railway Company v. Hardy (55 Arkansas, 134) & that those accommodations were definitely not free to all passengers. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. ar(r)l
"HEADQUARTERS INDIANAPOLIS POLICE DEPARTMENT / $25.00 Reward by Owner / STOLEN--1917 6 MO. FORD ROADSTER / Send all information to / J. E. KINNEY, / ... Chief of Police" July 1921 government postal card mailed to the Noblesville Indiana chief of police, toning along 2 front edges. Owner was Bert D. Pierce of Indianapolis. $10.00 lig(k)g(p)a*
"HEADQUARTERS INDIANAPOLIS POLICE DEPARTMENT / $25.00 Reward for Recovery of Car. / $100.00 for Conviction of Thief. / STOLEN--1920 ESSEX ROADSTER / ... / Send all information to / J. E. KINNEY, / ... Chief of Police" July 1921 government postal card mailed to the Noblesville Indiana chief of police, one corner creased twice, another with a small bend. Owner was John E. Doyle of Indianapolis. Sold but front side still available for artistic study & reference as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 lig(k)g(d)a
"HEADQUARTERS SHELBYVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT / $50.00 Reward by Owner / STOLEN---1921 NASH SEVEN PASSENGER TOURING CARD / ... / This car will probably be driven by Walter M. Snepp, age 37... / for whom warrant / charging unlawful secretion of leased property is held by the undersigned. / Send all information to / MR. GEO. M. HAEHL / Chief of Police / August 22, 1921 ..." with detailed description of the car & the suspect, government postal card mailed to the Noblesville Indiana Chief of Police. $15.00 i(s)g(h)g(s)al*
"HELPFUL HOTLINES / Attorney General / Betty D. Montgomery" small card handed out at Ohio State Fair, no post card back, interesting. $1.00
"How the New Pay-as-you-go Tax Law Affects You" 1942 fold-out booklet explaining US withholding tax law for the first time, including detailed payroll withholding tax tables. Exceptionally interesting. Size approximates #10 envelope when displayed. $3.75 l
"I have the largest and oldest land / business of any person in the county. Send me your land to sell. Lands / bought and sold. ..." 1890 advertising of the N. F. Weber, Law, Loan & Land Office on government postal card, brownish paper. County referred to is Wright County Iowa. The front has the signature of N. F. Weber at the left edge. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 irl
"I hope I will be / able to get away." cartoon showing man being chased by policeman, postcard mailed 1907 but stamp removed. $2.75
"IOWA CITY, IOWA / OLD CAPITOL. / TOM JONES PUB. CIN. O." sepia-tone oval view of the exterior on yellowish paper with simulated wood grain, dark red caption; undivided back postcard mailed 1907, upper corner crease, ding at top due to push-pin, a little cancel ink on front misses the image. Interesting message explains that the building shown was then used as a law building (at the State University of Iowa, often referred to as the University of Iowa today). Iowa City was the second capitol of the Iowa Territory; and many capitol postcard collections miss this fact. $8.50 iccl
"Jordan's desert / patrolmen" rifles showing, mounted on camels; well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 from Stewart Mississippi. $2.00 jl
"Judge Thomas Giles / KAVANAGH / for / Michigan / Supreme / Court" matchbook cover, no wear on striker, matches removed neatly. $1.00
"JULIE / HUBLER / FOR JUDGE / COURT ROOM & BUSINESS EXPERIENCE / ... / FRANKLIN COUNTY COMMON PLEAS COURT" continental advertising postcard picturing her family in color on the back, long upper corner crease, otherwise fairly fresh. $0.75 lfo(f)
"KING GEORGE VI AND QUEEN ELIZABETH AND THEIR R.C.M.P. PERSONAL BODYGUARD ON ROYAL TOUR" show standing side-by-side, emphasizing the stature of the guards--each of the 4 lawmen at least a full head higher than the king. Circa 1941 postcard, very faint corner crease is small. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 lcr
"KLJ 8774" Richmond Indiana CB QSL card with an old auto illustrated, design prepared for Auxiliary Police member Glen Crawford & his family (Dorothy, twins Ricky & Randy), minor wear 2 edges. $1.75 i(r)l
"Les policiers de la / montagne, affectés / uniquement à la / surveillance du parc du / Mont-Royal. // Two Montreal mounted / policemen..." continental size post card mailed 1986 to the US with a 34-cent Christmas stamp, small lower corner crease, tiny upper corner bend. $1.50 q(m)lw
"LEXINGTON SEDANETTE--Motor No. 12289 / ... Stolen from Kankakee, Illinois, September 1, 1921 / FORD TOURING--Motor No. 4904549 / ... Stolen from Grant Park, Chicago, August 30, 1921 / $250.00 REWARD / $50.00 for Recovery of Either car; $200.00 for Conviction of Thief. // Auto Owners Protective Exchange / Telephone 90 Kankakee, Illinois" government 1-c Jefferson postal card mailed there 1921 to the Chief of Police at Noblesville Indiana, tiny upper corner crease, light toning near 2 front corners, heavy toning at 3 back corners. $9.00 i(k)la
"London Policeman, London R.F.43" real photo post card, with bus prominent in background, unused. $2.00
"MAKE 1928 Ford Coach / Owner P. H. Harmon / STOLEN Canal Fulton, Ohio 4-3-31 / $50 REWARD / ... / THE MERCER CASUALTY CO. / ... Celina, Ohio ..." postal card mailed APR 10 1931 to the County Sherriff at Lima Ohio, very light toning along left front edge. 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 lag(h)o(c)i
"Members of Chicago Fire and Police De- / partment engaged in the recovery of / bodies from sunken hold of Steamer / Eastland." a dead body being raised by rope, black & white. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 dis(l)lf
"Members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police with / their world-famous dogs trained for police work." unused chrome postcard from Dexter Press, mailed 1953, round corners as issued. $1.50 lcd
"Mr. John Patterson / The Hero and General of Rescuers / who himself risked his life to save / others; watching Heroic Workers / during Greatest Flood in Modern / History at Dayton, O., March 1913." black & sepia-tone on brownish paper with dark red caption, postcard published by Kraemer Art, unused, very light toning in back address & stamp area, good edges. Notice the policeman in the background ensuring that the spectators keep their distance. $9.00 kognl*-
"Norway, Kristiansted / Chief of police" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1962. $2.00"
"Nr. 5074 "Hipp, hipp, hurra, die Polizei war da" real photo postcard of a police van being towed, to the delight of the photographer judging by the caption. Small crease with wear at one upper corner, confined to border. An unusual gift for someone who has been towed recently? $1.50 la
OFFICE / CLERK IN CHANCERY / Trenton..." government postal card on a 1930 New Jersey court matter, lightly toned back, 3 small holes. $1.25
"OFFICE / CLERK IN CHANCERY / Trenton..." government postal card on a 1931 New Jersey court matter, lightly toned back, 3 small holes. $1.25
"OFFICE / CLERK IN CHANCERY / Trenton..." government postal card on a 1932 New Jersey court matter, heavily toned back, punched. $1.00
"PARIS MODERNE - CHAUFFEUSE D'AUTOTAX / Une Contravention au Bois / 2899 Notre pauvre Chauffeuse attrape une contravention pour avoir voulu donner satisfaction / à un client pressé qui lui demandait de la vitesse" showing a female taxi driver being ticketed for the speeding at the behest of her passenger, to the amusement of a passer-by. Unused carte postale with slight toning on back possibly from the printing process itself, minor corner rounding. We have seen another one of these in an auction, mailing date 1909. $30.00 f(p)ptla
"Police are here shown recovering bodies / from between decks of the ca sized(sic--missing p) / Steamer Eastland" with a man's body being hauled up with the aid of a rope, Chicago River Illinois. Black & white post card sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $2.00 dlis(l)m
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"Rembrandt van Rijn. / Ne Nachtwacht. / The Night-watch. / La Ronde de Nuit. / Die Nachtwache." showing a group of civic militia guards & one girl, unused briefkaart in color, fingerprint toning on back, noticeable corner & edge wear from the front. This dates to the pre-1940's--before a heavy coat of varnish was removed, revealing that the painting was not a night scene! $1.00 a(r)l
"Rear View of Slave Quarters / Chief Justice Taney House / Frederick, Maryland" unused real photo postcard with minor oxidation, publisher not given, some album paste adheres in the back address section, slight curl to the paper. Roger Brooke Taney was the fifth Chief Justice of the US, who delivered the majority opinion in the 1857 Dred Scott case that African-Americans could not be considered citizens. Apparently no one objected at the time to his obvious conflict of interest, illustrated by this postcard: a slave owner ruling on whether his slaves were citizens! Amazing stuff! $10.00 bm(f)l
"ROBERT E. McCLURE AND ALFRED McCRAY ANNOUNCE / THAT THEY HAVE FORMED A PARTNERSHIP FOR THE / GENERAL PRACTICE OF THE LAW ... / 802 CONOVER BUILDING, DAYTON, OHIO. / JANUARY 1, 1909 ..." advertising card on which a congratulatory personal message was written & then posted from Cincinnati. $7.50 lo(d)g
"Royal Canadian Mounted Police" showing one using a lance from horseback, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1963 from Indiana, small RCMP illustration on the back, minor wear to one corner. $2.00
"Royal Canadian Mounted Police" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1963, showing several on horseback. $1.50
"Royal Canadian Mountie 28 / K2999" showing one on horseback with a lance, unused linen post card. $2.50
"Runaway Scene in Central Park, New York 96-68" signed art (R. Rosenbaum?) depicting a mounted policeman attempting to stop a runaway horse team as they make their way through other horse-drawn vehicles; post card mailed 1910, toning on back (rain water?), some cancel ink shows in the front sky, mild corner rounding. Unusual subject matter. Not as common as the black & white version of it. $5.00 lhn(n)
"SAULT. STE. MARIE, ONTARIO, CANADA" showing an RCMP patrol boat with 4 officers. Unused chrome postcard. $3.00
"SHERMAN HESS / Capt. Norco Fire Police--Chan. 7 / Pres. Chester Co. Fire Police / KMG-0141" Pottstown Pennsylvania QSL card picturing him in uniform at his equipment, neat writing on back, good edges. $3.75 p(p)p(c)lgf
"SOUVENIR DES 'TAUBEN' / Gavroche. - Eh!... Dites donc, là-haut!... La Municipalité défend de cracher sur les trottoirs.. / 8. - L. E. - Déposé." signed Moriss humorous art depicting a newsboy remarking how there are laws against spitting on the sidewalk, wondering what bodily fluids are coming from the aircraft overhead, and whose caption recalls what the pigeons do without consequence. Unused carte postale with divided back, minor wear at 3 corners. $8.00 a(m)l
"Spain's Civil Guard" close-up of a uniformed man with his rifle, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1964 at South Holland Illinois. $1.75 sl
"STOLEN FORD // Motor No. 5739110 / License No. 97-978 // REWARD FOR INFORMATION TO US LEADING TO RECOVERY OF CAR / ... When stolen / car contained 2 Trombones, 4 Overcoats, 1 heavy 'Slicker,' 1 white Sweater. / Stolen between 2:00 and 3:45 p. m., during foot-ball game at Fort Collins, Colo., October / 14th, 1922. Geo. Butler Owner. // AUTOMOBILE INFORMATION AND ADJUSTMENT BUREAU, INC. / ... 767-69 Gas and Electric Bldg., DENVER, COLO." postal card mailed at Denver OCT 20 1922 to County Sheriff in Blair Nebraska, light toning & surface abrasions both sides, good edges. The contest referred to would undoubtedly have been a Colorado State University football game. $8.50 als(f)c(f)n(b)*
"STOLEN / Buick Touring car Factory No. 201722 / 1918 Model ... / Notify THE OHIO CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY or / Chief of Police Charles H. Stricker, Hamilton, Ohio" offering a reward of $25.00, postal card mailed SEP 7 1921 at Hamilton to the Chief of Police at Noblesville Indiana, good edges. $10.00 o(h)lg(s)ai%
"Stolen PAIGE // Model Year / 1920 // ... / REWARD --Notify Chief of Police (or Royal Insurance Co., Lt., Main 4131, Plain Dealer Bldg.) Cleveland, O." card with another notice on back "Stolen FORD // Model Year / 1920 / ..." with same contacts given. Appears to have been separated from more at the top & the bottom (not by us!) $5.00 lo(c)a
"SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY / Office of the Clerk" 1949 legal notice on mailed government postal card. $1.25
"The Court of Common Please of Cuyahoga County, Ohio / INFORMATION FOR TRIAL JURORS / / Approved by: / THE CLEVELAND BAR ASSOCIATION / THE CUYAHOGA BAR ASSOCIATION" 19-page booklet, circa 1972, writing on back. Exceptionally interesting--distinguishing both civil & criminal trials in Ohio. Size approximately a #10 envelope. $3.75 l
"The former Columbus Barracks is now the Fort Hayes / Metropolitan Education Center in the Columbus City School District." continental postcard from a photo by Richard Arthur, #8 in a continuing series done for the Heart of Ohio Postcard Club. Near mint. Last military use was for the Military Police Battalion & the 375th Criminal Investigations Division of the US Army Reserve. $2.00 o(c)em(a)l
"The Garden -- Sir Charles Fitzpatrick's Residence, Murray Bay, Canada" sepia-tone postcard with very late usage at Fitzpatrick Alabama, bottom corners with small creases (one of which is faint). Sir Fitzpatrick was the Chief Justice of Canada, and was formerly the Solicitor General of Canada. $2.75 qgl
"THE LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. / DAYTON, O. // REWARD / AUTOMOBILE / STOLEN // INFORMATION / ON / OTHER SIDE" describing a 1921 Dodge Roadster stolen at Portsmouth Ohio on the other side, postcard mailed June 22 1921 to the Chief of Police at Nobelsville Indiana; 2 corners creased, other corners with minor wear. Sent when J. R. Jones was Secretary of the Company. The company still operates, headquartered in Boston. $10.00 io(d)la
"The Monument seen in the forefround(sic) marks the spot of the Haymarket Riots of May 4, 1886, in which several policemen were killed by dynamite bombs... / Haymarket Square, Scene of Riot, Chicago / No. 78. V. O. Hammon Pub. Co., Chicago" post card mailed MAR 27 1912 at Chicago's Canal Station to Mr. Robert Lohm in Pittsburg Pennsylvania, long upper corner crease, small bottom corner crease. Rare: quite possibly because of the misspelling of the word foreground in its first line, and certainly not what you would want tourists to think about! $10.00 i(c)lsh NEW / NOU / OPKOMEND
"THEY'RE BRINGING IT ALL BACK ... / POLICE ON THE / HOMEFRONT / A Collection Of Essays Compiled by NARMIC" paperback book copyrighted 1971 by authors who were uncomfortable with what they saw as militaristic trends in planning, training, weaponry, communications & intelligence systems for use in policing America. Parts of the book are in small print, and a former owner's name appears twice on the outside. 134 pages within the covers. $2.00 ip
"This is m/t Trans Holm ex m/s Estrella ... taken in Jössingfjoden Norway, on the South-West Coast, near Kristiansand. Regards, Arild Frengen, Capt." continental size Kodak photograph annotated by her captain on the back. This Norwegian chemical tanker has since been scrapped in Denmark by the Fornaes Shiprecycling Company. The dark area at the left & center shows a plaque mounted on a jagged rock, fixing the place precisely in Norwegian: 'Her fant kampen sted mellom deN britiske destroyer cossack og det tyske hjelpeskip den 16 febr. 1940' -- referring to what is now known as the Altmark incident in which a British destroyer boarded a German ship carrying many British prisoners who were liberated in neutral Norwegian waters. Several interesting points of international law were raised by the incident. All edges are fine; the left edge looks ragged because the rock in the foreground is ragged, not the edge. Rare. $12.50 ns(o)lhg
"TRAFFIC POLICE / BROAD ST., BRIDGETOWN, B'DOS" at the corner where Knights is, post card mailed to New York City (12-c flying fish stamp with light Christchurch hand cancel). $1.75 bl-f
Uncaptioned AZO (squares in corners) real photo postcard of a traffic cop under an umbrella. $3.50
Uncaptioned chrome post card showing a London bobby stopping a bus for a boy who is dragging a toy bus behind. Mailed there circa 1970. $1.25 (lb)
Uncaptioned photo of an Indiana sheriff in his patrol car talking to a standing nude woman. (Seeing is believing!) no postcard back, unusual subject matter. $3.75
Uncaptioned printed photo of a clothed police officer peeling potatoes in a nudist camp. no post card back, unusual subject matter. $1.50
"W9ABB" Hobart Indiana QSL card including an illustration of an Indiana State Police Service bade, mailed there 1949 by operator Paul W. Hinkle, trace of cancel ink on front, toning near left front edge, tiny bottom corner creases. $1.50 i(h)l
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"WARNING / Don't Feed The BearS" unused continental postcard promoting the use of radar detectors throughout the United States, from a Tipp City Ohio organization. Cartoon art depicts a bear in police vehicle with a fist-full of citations. Excellent condition. $2.00 loe
"Warning of approach / Art IV.(5). He shall / give audible and sufficient warning .. when overtaking / foot passengers .. / ..." with signed Chas. Crombie (Charles Edward Crombie) comic art depicting a motorcyclist using his horn to warn pedestrians, a pig & some ducks of his approach along a country path; postcard from the Reo Series, printed in Germany, former owner's handstamp neatly on back, minor corner wear. The law quoted was the British Motor Car Act of 1903 (which went into effect in 1904). It differentiated for the first time between motorcars and motorcycles. A bell was another approved method spelled out in the law for warning pedestrians, but we wonder -- if the pedestrian could not hear the motorcycle, why would the horn or bell be heard? It is on such absurdities that comic postcards are made. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. a(c)mlc
"Water Police, Durban" shown in 6 small boats grouped together, town in the distance; black & white circa 1908 postcard with red caption, slight yellowing of the paper with age, tiny ding at top edge, unusual subject matter. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 lss(c)n#
"WB6VXZ / ... / CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL" shortwave (28.5 mc) QSL card mailed there 1970, trace of cancel ink on front , good edges. From Jerry Henness. $2.50 cl
"WD6L" QSL postcard used 1987 by operator Bob Hinshaw, ARRL logo & Los Angeles Police badge pictured on front, rounded corners as issued. $2.00 c(c)l
"Where Ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise / 712" lovers necking in an old auto are unaware of the policemen aware of the goings-on, black & white post card mailed 1909 in West Virginia but stamp removed, minor corner & edge wear, light toning along top back edge. Front surface has numerous tiny speckles of white that suggest the printer under-inked the run. $6.00 all
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