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Date Listed 20-Nov-16
Price
$10.00
Address Kingston, ON K7M7T1
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For Sale By Owner
More Info Vintage, Antiques

Ten (10) 1950s-1970s vintage colour unused photo ‘Montréal, Quebéc’ post cards plus two (2) 1943 and 1962 vintage colour double-sided photo letter card souvenir folders, all in very good condition. The 10 post cards and 2 folders are:

#1 - “Bonjour de Montréal, Quebéc” - displays views of (1) ‘Montreal Harbour’ and (2) ‘Lights of Montreal’. The circa 1969 post card measures approximately 6” x 4”.

#2 - “Bonjour de Montréal, Quebéc” - displays views of (1) ‘Downtown Montreal’, (2) ‘Montreal by Night’, (3) ‘The St. Lawrence River’ and (4) ‘The City from Mt-Royal Look-Out’. The circa 1969 post card measures approximately 6” x 4”.

#3 - “Marie Reine du Monde” - displays wiews of (1) ‘St. Peter’s Chair’, (2) ‘Bishop’s Burial Chapel’, (3)‘Basilica Cathedral of Montréal’ and (4) ‘Marguerite Bourgeois Painting by G. Delfosse’. The 1969 post card measures approximately 6” x 4”.

#4 - “Montreal 1976” – displays view of ‘St. Joseph Oratory’. The 1976 post card measures approximately 6” x 4”.

#5 - “Sherbrooke Street West, Montréal”. The early 1950s post card measures approximately 5½” x 3½”.

#6 - “Montréal from Mount-Royal”. The early 1950s post card measures approximately 5½” x 3½”.

#7 - “Victoria Bridge, Montréal”. The early 1950s post card measures approximately 5½” x 3½”.

#8 - “Jacques Cartier Bridge and the Old Fort on St. Helen’s Island, Montréal”. The early 1950s post card measures approximately 5½” x 3½”.

#9 - “Canadian National Railways Station, Montréal”. The early 1950s post card measures approximately 5½” x 3½”.

#10 - “Notre Dame Church, Montréal”. The 1969 post card measures approximately 6” x 4”.

#11 - “Montréal - Canada's Metropolis”. The circa 1962 souvenir folder measures approximately 6” x 4” and contains 13 views of ‘Montreal, Quebéc’.

#12 - “Souvenir Folder of Montréal Canada”. The circa 1943 souvenir folder measures approximately 6” x 4” and contains 18 views of Montreal, Quebéc.

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