Japanese Poster Style Postcard China Dept 1920s
Very decorative propaganda postcard from Japan, promoting a “China Revolution Dept – campaign”.
The postcard shows a Chinese boy and silhouettes of workers and soldiers.
Printed text in Japanese at the reverse.
Very fine condition.
More old Japanese Postcards: HERE
Wiener Werkstaette Postcard. Wien: Die Michaelerkirche
Lithographed Wiener Werkstaette Postcard. Wien: Die Michaelerkirche. ( St. Michael’s Church )
W.W: Wien Nr. 140 ( Imprint in yellow at the back side ). Lithograph.
Sent to Mrs. Helene Hesshaimer, Kronstadt (the wife of the famous Ludwig Hesshaimer).
There is a nearly invisible 1 cm cut at the lover edge, corners slightly knocked, but no creasing.
Litho WW 134 Urban Janke.
1898: b/w postcard depicting German missionaries on the leave. German soldiers and Chinese seeing them off.
Attached is a German 10 Pfennig stamp with a China imprint, tied by a TSINTAU China 26/12 98 – cancellation. Wilhelmshaven arrival mark.
Slight wear, a few brown spots form aging at the top border.
More Postal History
China Boxer Rebellion: Scarce Mocking-Postcard. 1900.
Boxer Upraise in China: Litho postcard depicting German Marines as they beat up Chinese. At the upper right corner is a portrait of Klemens Freiherr von Ketteler, who has been assassinated in Beijing in June 1900 – the beginning of the Boxer Rebellion.
Very fine condition. Used as postcard in Germany in 1900.
More Chinese Vintage Postcards HERE
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