Dating postcards backs
Four datings, one in each corner, pointing up - Two postcards pointing 'up' and two triangles 'down' - Squares in each of the four corners.
Normally the view colors or images filled the entire card with no white border. All cards during this era had undivided backs of privately printed cards.
Although real photo postcards were made in a variety of ways, they hold one identifiable feature in common. The required postage was a 1-cent adhesive stamp.
Many other brands of photo paper were also manufactured in Europe but rarely left the continent. There may be an exact amount of how much postage required to mail the postcard printed on the back of the back in the stamp box.
The blank area on the front for messages was no longer included. Due to the relatively high cost of labor, along with inexperience and changes in public taste, the quality of the mass produced cards in this era began to decline. While many amateur photographers numbered their cards this was most often done by larger studios.
The style of these boxes varied over time. Black and white postcards were then coloured by adding printed colours to the card.
When France was at war with Germany, the Red Cross provided cards without stamps for the wounded to inform their family that they were alright.
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