"I heard what you said - Going to Pinch our Seats when we Left, eh?" Woman hits a man over the head with her purse as she leaves a theaterVintage
Linen postcards were printed in the United States from the 1930s until the 1950s. Contrary to their descriptive name, linen postcards were not made out of linen, which is derived from flax, but they did have a high rag content, which means the paper contained a certain amount of cotton fiber. Instead, linen actually refers to the surface texture of the postcard—prior to the early 1930s, it was not economically feasible to print anything of quality on embossed papers.
very light stain on back, no postmark, no stamp, no writing ****We try our best to list all aspects of the postcard's condition, but please check the photos carefully for details! The postcard photographed is the one you will receive. Please contact us if you have additional questions.****