Japanese Geisha Girls Playing Blind Man's Bluff New Year Postcard 1906


Item condition:
Used
Time left:
1d 12h 48m
Current bid:
$0.99 [1 bid] Place Bid
Shipping:
$0.89
Ships to:
Worldwide
Item location:
Syracuse,NY,USA
Item specifics
  • Era:
    Undivided Back (c. 1901-1907)
  • Occasion:
    New Year
  • Postage Condition:
    Posted
  • Type:
    Postcard

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This, Japanese Geisha Girls Playing Blind Man's Bluff New Year Postcard 1906, has some corner and edge wear and a small amount of creasing.  Its dimensions are 5 3/8 by 3 3/8 inches.

Please Note That The Following Shipping Information Pertains To Shipping Of All Of My Postcards, Photographs, Trade Cards, And All Other Paper Materials That Are Purchased:

ALSO: USPS POSTAL RATES FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS HAS CHANGED (see below)

Shipping:  ATTENTION:

  1.For buyers to USA destinations:

a.   All my postcards are designated with a $.89 shipping charge which provides for packaging that consists of a flexible envelope 9 inches by 6 inches.  This envelope will bend so that it can be machine cancelled.  I package the postcard between two pieces of file folder weigh paper or other suitable flexible paper material.  If you want to prevent possible bending or creasing of the postcard(s) during shipping, I can mail the postcard in a cardboard re-enforced envelope which help prevent the bending of the postcard. This will cost you a $2.67  (increased) shipping rate (this is the rate that the post office charges me).  This charge also includes tracking. If you want your postcards shipped using cardboard, please request that immediately after you have a winning bid, and I will provide you with an invoice with a shipping charge of $2.67.  I will also remind you on the invoice in the comments section of this option.  I offer combined shipping, however, a flexible envelope can only contain up to 2-3 postcards, and still be considered flexible by the post office.  For purchases of more than 3 postcards in one envelope, the envelope usually is not considered flexible and I therefore use cardboard and charge $2.67.

2. For buyers to international destinations:

  a.   I invoice all of my postcards that are mailed to international addresses for a USPS shipping 

        charge of $2.13 (2 ounces or less) which provides for a flexible envelope that WILL NOT

         PREVENT BENDING OR CREASING.    I package the postcard(s) between two

pieces of file folder weight paper or other suitable paper, to give very limited protection.  I offer     combined shipping to save on costs.

       b. For buyers who want to PREVENT POSSIBLE BENDING OR CREASING

of postcards, I will ship the postcard(s) between cardboard so as to prevent bending or

creasing of the postcard(s).  The USPS charges $13.50 (increased Feb 2016) for packages of up to 8 ounces. The US Post Office does not offer differentiated rates for lower weight packages as before.  I offer combined shipping.  If possible, depending on the amount of the total sale, I will try and assume part of the shipping cost. If you want your postcards shipped in this manner (using cardboard) please inform me immediately after your winning bid so that your invoice will reflect a $13.50 shipping charge.

       c. VERY IMPORTANT: Envelopes that have 4 or 5 postcards or more postcards are sometimes too thick in one envelope for the USPS to accept as a “letter” (flexible) and then charge the parcel rate ($13.50 as previously described for a cardboard reinforced envelope).  I am very willing to use more than one flexible envelope at $2.13 each to save you money. Therefore, for example, if a person buys 7 postcards, I would use 2 envelopes with 4 in one and 3 in the second envelope. The shipping charge would be $4.26.

ATTENTION:  If YOU HAVE WINNING BIDS ON MORE THAN ONE POSTCARD, PLEASE WAIT TO PAY UNTIL YOU RECEIVE MY INVOICE – I OFFER SOME COMBINED SHIPPING OPPORTUNITIES.


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