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Colorful Old Unused Downtown Denver Colorado Linen Post Card
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The picture shows a view of this Colorful Old Unused Downtown Denver Colorado Linen Post Card. This color postcard is not dated but it is believed to be from the 1940s. It pictures many different old automobiles, stores, businesses, the State Capitol, and more. Some of the advertising signs include the following:

(clock)
PARAMOUNT
DIAMONDS
DENVER
FONTIUS
SARNOFF IRVING
ROGER'S JEWELERS
CLOTHES
URS

The caption or title reads as follows:

SIXTEENTH STREET LOOKING TOWARDS THE STATE CAPITOL,
DENVER, COLORADO

The card was published by the Elmer C. Clark of Denver, Colorado and made by E. C. Kropp Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The linen post card measures 5-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. It appears to be in mint unused condition as pictured.

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Colorful Old Unused Downtown Denver Colorado Linen Post Card


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