How to buy postcards, stamps and stamps-style stamps from the ’50s and ’60s
A decade ago, Postcards were all the rage, with the first printing being done in the 1960s.
Today, Postcard is the industry’s most popular postcard format.
But there were a few things that made the Postcard the most popular in the early ’50’s and ’61.
The first thing to note is that Postcards weren’t made in bulk.
Postcards from the 1950s and 1960s were printed at home, but the Postcards of the 1960’s were printed on large sheets of paper.
This meant that you’d need a special tool for stamping, which made them more expensive than a paper-based postcard.
Another big difference is that the Post Card was the first postcard to come with a postage stamp.
This stamp would go on the back of the card and be the first thing you saw when you opened the postcard or opened the envelope.
The stamp would help you determine if it was an original or a copy.
Postcards were printed with a special type of stamping ink, which is known as a paper stamp.
The ink used on Postcards was also used on stamps in other postcards.
In the 1950’s, Post Cards came in different sizes, so each Postcard came with a different stamp size.
The size of a Postcard also varied depending on the postmark.
The Postcard stamp sizes range from 0.75″ to 3.5″.
Each stamp size was produced in batches of 50.
The first stamp was 0.50″.
This stamp size would go onto the back side of the PostCard.
The second stamp size, 0.25″, would go to the back, middle and lower corners of the back.
The third stamp size 0.15″ would go along the middle of the bottom of the stamp.
With the advent of the digital postcard in the ’60’s, there was an explosion in demand for Postcards.
Today the demand for a PostCard has been so great that many manufacturers have created new stamps to go along with the old Postcards that you can still buy today.
Here are some of the best Postcards you can buy today: For more information about the Post Cards, visit our Postcards section.