Transportation Related Trade Cards

Advertising trade cards were popular through the late 19th century as a result of the development and refinement of the chromolithography printing process. Given away by companies and merchants the trade card was one of the earliest mass advertisng media.

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Click for Detail Brewster's Safety Rein Holder. Calvert's Litho F-VF (Stock number 50828788) $55.00 SOLD

Click for Detail (Die Cut) Budd Wheels for Balloon Tires. Official Service Station. James Pullar Company. Hartford CT. VF (Stock number 508 5220) $24.00 SOLD

Click for Detail (Realphoto Business Card) Ford Business Card. Marlar and Eymann, Dealers in Fords and Fordsons, Reedley CA VF (Stock number 5088688) $40.00 SOLD

Click for Detail Columbia Bicycles/Tricycles. R-adv. testimonials, high wheeler in use F-VF (Stock number 508tc028) $100.00 SOLD

Click for Detail Springfield Bicycle Club, Hamden Park R-adv. Wonderful card. minor tape and adhesions on back otherwise. F (Stock number 508tc027) $40.00 SOLD

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