PORTRAIT OF AN ADORABLE CHILD IN KLADNO, CZECHOSLOVAKIA

This carte de visite portrait features an adorable child sitting on a wooden bench next to a toy dog. The child is wearing a cute sailor style outfit. The photograph was taken by the Jiri Lomicek studio in Kladno, Czechoslovakia. Kladno is a city in the Central Bohemian region of the current Czech Republic. It is located 16 miles northwest of Prague. This cdv is in very good condition (see scans).

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PORTRAIT OF AN ADORABLE LITTLE GIRL WEARING A GREEN DRESS

The little girl in this vintage real photo postcard is absolutely adorable. The “look” she is giving the photographer is priceless. The child is wearing a pale green dress and is sitting on a carved trunk, or table. She is playing with wooden building blocks and has already used the toy to build a structure. The postcard was printed in England and published by Rotary Photo (London). This beautiful card is part of a series (no. 1684). The postcard is from the very early 1900’s. The postcard is addressed to Middleton, which is located in Greater Manchester, England.  SOLD

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CUTE LITTLE GIRL SITTING BESIDE HER DOLL IN IN A TOY STROLLER (VINTAGE REAL PHOTO POSTCARD)

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This is an unusual vintage real photo postcard featuring a young girl and her doll. The relatively unique aspect of this portrait is that the doll is sitting in a toy stroller. The child in this photograph is well dressed and well coiffed but appears either fatigued or none to happy to have a camera aimed at her. She holds the handle of the cart-like stroller in one hand and steadies the stroller with her other hand. Note the design of the stool that she is sitting on. This postcard has an AZO stamp box which indicates that it was produced sometime between 1918 and 1930.

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TWO GIRLS RIDING A LARGE TOY AIRPLANE: RARE IMAGE OF AN ANTIQUE TOY (VINTAGE REAL PHOTO POSTCARD)

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This vintage real photo postcard features two young girls playing with a large toy airplane. The plane is very detailed. Note the front wheel and propeller. This image of a vintage, possibly homemade toy airplane, is rare. The postcard’s AZO stamp box indicates that it was produced sometime between 1924 and 1949.

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YOUNG CHILD AND WOODEN HORSE IN RECKLINGHAUSEN, GERMANY

A not too happy child is photographed with a beautifully carved wooden horse in this cabinet card. The toy horse is mounted on a wheels and the horse has a mane, bridle and reins. The child appears to be holding a horse whip. The photograph is by Victoria of Recklinghausen, Germany. Recklinghausen is located in the North Rhine-Westphalia region of Germany.

 

 

 

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MARCUS AINEY AND HIS TRICYLCE CAPTURED BY A TRAVELING PHOTOGRAPHER

A young lad, Marcus Ainey poses for his Cabinet Card photograph for the Hawkins Brothers who were traveling photographers. Marcus is looking quite serious as he rests his arm on the handlebars of his prized tricycle. He is dressed up for the occasion wearing an interesting cap and outfit. He has his handkerchief neatly tucked into his pocket ready for any nasal emergencies.

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VICTORIAN BOY WITH STICK AND HOOP TOY

boyandring_0002This Cabinet Card is a portrait of a young boy and his hoop toy. He is also holding a stick which may be used in conjunction with the hoop. Note his fancy clothing and nice boots. His corn hat is on the ground next to him. The photographer and location of the photographers studio is unknown. Penciled on the reverse of the card are some identification information but not enough to be useful. The subjects name is Earle and he is the son of Lillian and the grand-nephew of Permalia  S. Brittell.

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