Antique / Vintage Stereograph Cards

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Antique Vintage Stereographs Cards Stereography, Color Tinted, Black & White, Carded, Humorous, Stereogram, Stereoptican, or Stereo View Cards

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Antique Hand Tinted Stereograph Card "Moonlight Reveries" by B. Vintage Labels, Vintage Postcards, White Mountains, Large Plants, The Brethren, Lazy Sunday, Vintage Advertisements, Moonlight, Craft Supplies

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Antique Hand Tinted Stereograph Card "Moonlight Reveries" by by B.W. Kilburn Slightly warped horizontally but other than age in good condition. A little bit of history... Edward and Benjamin West Kilburn began their careers as a supplier of views of the White Mountains and New Hampshire scenery in the 1860’s. The brothers quickly expanded and by 1869 had a large plant with many titles for sale. When Edward Kilburn retired, Benjamin took over full operations including all photography. James…

Antique Stereograph Card "When looks were fond and words were few" by B. Vintage Labels, Vintage Postcards, The Brethren, Lazy Sunday, Vintage Advertisements, Craft Supplies, Black And White, History, Antiques

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Antique Stereograph Card "When looks were fond and words were few" by B.W. Kilburn Copyright 1905 #16664 Slightly warped horizontally, some marks, but other than age in good condition. A little bit of history... Edward and Benjamin West Kilburn began their careers as a supplier of views of the White Mountains and New Hampshire scenery in the 1860’s. The brothers quickly expanded and by 1869 had a large plant with many titles for sale. When Edward Kilburn retired, Benjamin took over full…

Antique Stereograph Card "A pressing engagement" by B. Vintage Labels, Vintage Postcards, Lazy Sunday, Vintage Advertisements, All Things, Engagement, Black And White, Antiques, Shop

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Antique Stereograph Card "A pressing engagement" by B.W. Kilburn Copyright 1897 #11553 Slightly warped horizontally but other than age in good condition. A little bit of history... Edward and Benjamin West Kilburn began their careers as a supplier of views of the White Mountains and New Hampshire scenery in the 1860’s. The brothers quickly expanded and by 1869 had a large plant with many titles for sale. When Edward Kilburn retired, Benjamin took over full operations including all…

Antique Stereograph Card "Sealing their bliss" by B. Vintage Labels, Vintage Postcards, The Brethren, Lazy Sunday, Vintage Advertisements, Bliss, Craft Supplies, How To Make Money, Black And White

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Antique Stereograph Card "Sealing their bliss" by B.W. Kilburn

Antique Stereograph Card "Looking down upon his luck" by B. Vintage Labels, Vintage Postcards, Look Down Upon, The Brethren, Lazy Sunday, Newborn Gifts, Vintage Advertisements, Craft Supplies, History

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Antique Stereograph Card "Looking down upon his luck" by B.W. Kilburn

Antique Stereograph Card "Asleep on the bosom of the law. Vintage Labels, Vintage Postcards, The Brethren, Lazy Sunday, Vintage Advertisements, Law, Black And White, History, Antiques

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Antique Stereograph Card "Asleep on the bosom of the law." by B.W. Kilburn - This one is so fun! Copyright 1907 #16903 Slightly warped horizontally, but other than age in nice condition. A little bit of history... Edward and Benjamin West Kilburn began their careers as a supplier of views of the White Mountains and New Hampshire scenery in the 1860’s. The brothers quickly expanded and by 1869 had a large plant with many titles for sale. When Edward Kilburn retired, Benjamin took over full…

Antique Stereograph Card "May your life like the lily be pure and bright" by B. Vintage Labels, Vintage Postcards, Large Plants, Lazy Sunday, Vintage Advertisements, Craft Supplies, How To Make Money, Lily, Bright

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Antique Stereograph Card "May your life like the lily be pure and bright" by B.W. Kilburn