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500 Agriculture Entires/Postal Stationery
Lot No Type Description Price
3001 ENT image U.S.A. (1898) Man with wings* holding corn cob* emitting rays of light*. Statue of Liberty*. Extraordinary used advertising cover for McFaden & Gorman in Walla Walla, Washington. The corn cob represents the lamp held by the Statue of Liberty in New York. Fantastic cover for its symbolic representation of agriculture! Exhibition item!
AVAILABLE AT $75
3002 ENT image U.S.A. (1899) Timothy. Clover. Straw. Corn. Postal card (O) with printed price list for various crops of different grades. Pitt Bros & Co General Commission Merchants. Not easy to find!
AVAILABLE AT $15
3003 ENT image U.S.A. (1900) Hay. Postal card (O) with printed ad on back showing grades and prices of hay, also gives estimate of the hay crop in the US. N. A. Fuller Co, Commission Merchants. Some light toning on one edge. Hard to find!
AVAILABLE AT $15
3004 ENT image U.S.A. (1902) Corn. Oats. Bran. Hominy. Cottonseed meal. Hay. Postal card (O) with printed price list for various agricultural products on reverse. Vertical crease.
AVAILABLE AT $20
3005 ENT image U.S.A. (1910) Plow*. Seeds. Postal card (N) with printed ad on reverse for Joesph Breck & Sons Seeds, Agricultural Warehouse, Woodenware.
AVAILABLE AT $15
3006 ENT image U.S.A. (1912) Corn. Oats. Wheat. Postal card (O) with market prices printed on reverse for different types and grades of corn, wheat and oats. Interesting use of terminology, for example, "Turkey grades" of wheat. Vanderslice-Lynds Company. Hard to find!
AVAILABLE AT $15
9002 ENT image U.S.A. (1895) Boxes of popcorn*. Clover. Timothy. Postal card (O) with detailed ad for various types of seed, peas, flax, beans, etc. Albert Dickerson Co.
AVAILABLE AT $15
9003 ENT image U.S.A. (1899) Corn. Postal card (O) with printed price quote list for different types of corn: Dry 3 High Colored, New Mixed, etc. Postal service must have been a lot faster back then because quotes are guaranteed open till 9:30 Chicago or 10:30 Toronto time.
AVAILABLE AT $12
9004 ENT image U.S.A. (1931) Sacks of flaxseed*. Postal card (O) with illustrated ad for Kellogg's Pure Flaxseed.
AVAILABLE AT $12
9023 ENT image INDIA (1977) Oil seed. Postal card (O) with printed advertisement on back for an oil seed merchant. Hard to find!
AVAILABLE AT $12
12001 ENT image U.S.A. (1892) Plow*. One cent postal card (O) with illustrated ad for Chattanooga Plow Co.
AVAILABLE AT $30
12002 ENT image U.S.A. (1904) Sack of hard wheat* illustrated with globe*. 2 cent bicolor postal stationery (O) with advertising. "B. Stern & Sons." Attractive cover!
AVAILABLE AT $50
12003 ENT image U.S.A. (1925) Wheelbarrow*. Illustrated 1 cent postal card (O). "Lansing Company, New York City."
AVAILABLE AT $40
12004 ENT image RUSSIA (1930) Tractors plowing field*. Wheat*. Postal card (O) with illustrated advertising "Agricultural Credit Association."
AVAILABLE AT $50
12005 ENT image RUSSIA (1930) Farmers bringing grain to grain elevator*. Postal card (O) with illustrated advertising "Peasants! Bring Grain to the Collective!"
AVAILABLE AT $50
12006 ENT image RUSSIA (1931) Man carrying sacks followed by huge tractor*. Postal card (O) with illustrated advertising "Successful spring sowing comes to all by means of continuous collectivization. That will be enough to eliminate the Kulaks as aclass!""
AVAILABLE AT $50
12008 ENT image RUSSIA (1931) Wheat*. Numeral "5"*. Recycling. Postal card (O) with illustrated advertising "Gather and collect for the State all sorts of old and useless things: books, papers and cardboard to aid in completing the Five Year Plan in four years!""
AVAILABLE AT $50
15000 ENT image U.S.A. (1864) Farmland. Postal stationery envelope (N) with corner advertisement for farm land near Philadelphia. "Good loam soil, highly productive for Wheat, Corn, Grass, Fruits and Vegetables." Prices are $25 to $35 an acre. Fascinating bit of agricultural history.
AVAILABLE AT $25
15001 ENT image U.S.A. (1874) Hoe. Interesting postal stationery envelope (N) with advertisement for some type of mechanical hoe, it reads: "The teeth of this machine drop in outward curves. It can be run much closer than any other, fairly hoeing any properly planted crop, and 10 acres a day, Then the ad just ends. Looks like only part of the entire ad was printed on the envelope. Perhaps there was supposed to be a picture also. Interesting!""
AVAILABLE AT $15
15002 ENT image RUSSIA (1930) Farmer standing over fields. Illustrated postal propaganda card (O). Boosting Productivity!
AVAILABLE AT $50
15004 ENT image RUSSIA (1932) Tractors spraying fields. Insect pests. Illustrated postal propaganda card (O).
AVAILABLE AT $50
15005 ENT image RUSSIA (1932) Farming families at work. Illustrated postal propaganda card (O). Farmers, wives and children engaging in work.
AVAILABLE AT $50
15006 ENT image RUSSIA (1933) Man pointing at collective farm. Illustrated postal propaganda card (O). He who does not pay on time is the enemy of the 5-year plan and agriculture!.
AVAILABLE AT $50
15009 ENT image RUSSIA (1934) Tractors working in field. Illustrated postal propaganda card (N).
AVAILABLE AT $50
15010 ENT image RUSSIA (1935) Man pointing at silo. Horse. Illustrated postal propaganda card (O). Take care of the collective farm!
AVAILABLE AT $50
15011 ENT image U.S.A. (1935) Plow*. Seeder*. Sled*. Postal card with illustrated ad printed on back for agricultural implements. Scarce!
AVAILABLE AT $25

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