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Vintage Postcards from Vanity Fair: One Hundred Classic Covers, 1913-1936 Cards – October 19, 2011
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Vanity Fair magazine was launched in 1913 by the publishing magnate Condé Nast. Graydon Carter has been the editor of the magazine since 1992.
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Art Deco and the playful illustrations of the 1920s have always appealed to me, so I guessed I would like this set. What I couldn't tell from the photos is that the front of these are coated, but the back is not. Perfect for writing with a regular pen! Sometimes one finds that the more beautiful postcards require a permanent marker pen for writing. (Here's my hint to you would-be postcard writers: turn the card sideways to write your message. You'll have a bit more room than if you try to parallel your text with the address.)
I received these yesterday and have already snuck time to write out three of them! Very glad I bought two boxes.
They're also made of a thick cardstock with a matte finish. The weight is pleasing and the texture divine!