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Most of these are American ones from the thirties and forties and printed in lithography technique. Lots of art deco style buildings and interior to feast the eyes upon – Ted

Most of these postcards were found on Paul Malon ’s flickr albums

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I love these old colour postcards and have collected digital images of them for ages. Here’s some of the ones I like the best – Ted

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Two postcards typical for serial produced Norwegian cards in the 1960s
Text in English on the back on the one at the top:
Victoria Hotel, Lillehammer, with open-air restaurant the “Terrace”
Text in English on the back on the one at the bottom:
View from the Peer Gynt road, Gudbarandsdal Valley
From my collection of old postcards – Ted

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The postcard is not dated but is most probably from around the turn of the last century. Behind the intoxicated slobs you can see the top of the national theatre to the right and parts of the university to the left. (Note: Christiania is not called Oslo)

From my collection of old postcards  -  Ted

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A post cards published by an animal rights organisation just after WWII, but from the picture it looks like the campers are in more need of help than the goats.

From my collection of old postcards – Ted

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Two old postcards from Christiania (now called Oslo), both showing the main street, Carl Johan’s gate. The one at the top is from 1910 and the one at the bottom fro 1909.

From my collection of old postcards – Ted

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