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Samson Brothers early divided back Gelatin Risque Glamour postcard, Trifle Busy,

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We are pleased offer for your consideration this early divided back gelatin Risque postcard which was published in 1913 by the Samson Brothers, who were in business from 1909 until 1919. They were a printer and publisher of artist drawn postcards that encompassed blacks, romance, greetings, holiday cards and humor. These ticolor cards were printed in the United States and were not known for their high quality. Many of their gelatins were hand colored. The front of this card features a dapper young gentleman in suit tie and hat. He has his arms around for young ladies, two of whom are showing a little ankle. The background is of draped wall with potted trees in front of it and an off-white tiled floor. The back of the card is narrowly divided back style with most of the back devoted to the address. The left margin bears the words made in Germany. The lower left corner contains the Samson Brothers logo, with the series number "177." following that. This postcard is in excellent condition with chipping of the gelatin surface at each corner. This postcard is postmarked 1913. This card will be an excellent addition to your collection of early 20th century glamour postcards and postcards of a slightly risquรฉ flavor.
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