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1930 Risque Lady on Boardwalk Comic or Cartoon Post Card
Item #h040
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1930 Risque Lady on Boardwalk Comic or Cartoon Post Card
Risque   Pretty Lady   Flapper   Boardwalk   Amusement   Comic   Cartoon   Post Card   Canada   Canadian   Novelty   Nostalgic   Paper   Ephemera
The picture shows a front and back view of this 1930 Risque Lady on Boardwalk Comic or Cartoon Post Card. It is from a series of Bamforth Comic ''Vacation Don'ts'' postcards. The card was postmarked from Coaticook, PQ, Canada in 1930 It has a Canadian two cent postage stamp and it was mailed to a Norway, Maine mailing address. It has a colorful picture of a woman walking on a boardwalk with several men staring at her. It is marked as follows:

Don't swank too much.
They might think you're a lady
and be afraid to click with you!

The post card measures 3-3/8'' x 5-1/2''. It appears to be in good used condition as pictured.

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1930 Risque Lady on Boardwalk Comic or Cartoon Post Card

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