Old fashioned ladies wearing elegant costumes (and a few men, too) is the theme for these wonderful antique postcards. You will find dates and other information for them below the images.
This card was sent in France. It had a date of 3/2/05 written on the front, which I removed in my paint program.
This card was postmarked in Belgium and dated 1911.
The postmark on this card is 1909. It says copyright 1909 N G Y on the lower left front, with a triangle around the G.
Postmarked in 1910, this card has no other information on it.
This one just says "Series 93 F" on the back. On the lower left front is a logo for Stecher Lith Co Roch NY
This card is postmarked in 1908 and says "Printed in Germany".
The postmark didn't print well, but looks like it might be 1910.
This card is postmarked 1912.
This card is postmarked 1908.
This card was never sent to anyone, but has "Printed in Germany" and "Meissner and Buch, Leipzig, Kunstler-Postkarten Serie 1557. Iris Serie, Miniaturen"Ges gesch."
This card was postmarked in 1903 and has "Printed in Germany".
This card was postmarked in 1913.
This card was never sent, but says on the back "New year cards series No. 1"
This card says, on the back, "Davidson Bros., London & New York, Printed in England" and "Serie 1247"
This card has a logo with the initials "P, F, and B" and says "Serie 7668"