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Pringle house  charleston 1 1
Pringle house  charleston 1 1

Antique, Souvenir Post Card Co., printed in Germany, Undivid

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We are pleased to offer for your consideration this lovely, full color, halftone post card, featuring the Pringle House in Charleston, SC, published by the Souvenir Post Card Co. of New York and Berlin. The Souvenir Post Card Co. was in business from 1905 until 1914 and they were a major publisher of a variety of postcard types. They used three different printers over the course of their business, which changed the look of their cards. Some of the early cards were printed with the name E. Frey (owner?) on them. The company was purchased by Valentine and Sons in 1914, and they produced cards in America under the name Valentine-Souvenir Co. This particular card was printed in Germany. The Miles Brewton House, also known as the Pringle House is a colonial house distinguished for its architecture and history. The house has descended through five generations of the same family. It was the home of Colonel Miles Brewton and of Mrs. Rebecca Motte. It is now open to the public for an admission fee of one dollar. It served as a British Headquarters 1780; and again as a Federal Headquarters in 1864, right after the Union defeated the Confederate forces in Charleston. The front of this card features a a half-tone color print of the house front, street and trees. There is a small area to the right for a brief message and at the top of the white area is the caption, "1612 -- Pringle House, Charleston, S.C." The back is an undivided back postcard with the Publisher's info along the left hand margin. This card is unused and is in excellent condition with crisp, sharp corners and no writing on it at all. No creases or flaking of the front finish is anywhere on the card, front or back. This card will be the perfect addition to your collection of antique, undivided postcards, views of Charleston, SC, and colonial era architecture.
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