Oak Park Tourist Court in Brunswick, Georgia (Linen Postcard) For Sale
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Oak Park Tourist Court in Brunswick, Georgia (Linen Postcard):
This Oak Park Tourist Court (Quality Courts and AAA approved motel it says) on US Highway 17 in Brunswick, Georgia, is a standard-sized multi-view (room interior) linen roadside postcard (approximately 3½” by 5½”).
I have many linen Roadside postcard sales on right now with a flat $1.65 rate shipping (see below). You can click on the “See other items” link at the top right of this listing to view all of my sales.
Postcard Condition: I use the Picture Postcard Grades definitions published on the Barr’s Postcard News web site. See below the horizontal line. All of my postcards are scanned front and back. This postcard is in excellent condition with almost no corner or edge wear.
Shipping Cost: the buyer will pay $1.65 for first class mailing of any number of standard-size postcards in the USA if you make just one payment. I only ship to the USA.Picture Postcard Grades Summary from the Barr’s Postcard News website:
- Near Mint: No marks, bends or creases. No writing or postmark. There may be very light aging or very light discoloration from being in an album for many years.
- Excellent: Like mint in appearance with no bends or creases, nor rounded or blunt corners. May be postally used or unused and with writing and postmark only on the address side. It is a clean, fresh card on the picture side.
- Very Good: Corners may be just a bit blunt or rounded. There may be an almost undetectable crease or bend that does not detract from the overall appearance of picture side. There may be writing or postmark on the address side. This is a very collectible card.
- Good: Corners may be noticeably blunt or rounded with noticeably slight bends or creases. May be postally used. Postcard is less than Very Good.
- Average: Creases and bends are more pronounced. There may be writing in the margins on the picture side. A postmark may show through from the address side but not on the main portion of the picture. Corners are more rounded.
- Poor: Card is intact. Excess soil, stained or cancel may affect the picture with writing on either side. The postcard could have heavy creases.
- Space Filler: Poor condition as above and may have corners torn or missing and breaks.
I will never use meaningless phrases such as “excellent condition with corner creases” or “very good condition with postmark ink bleed” or “good for its age” that are used to inflate the apparent quality of a postcard. Note with this authoritative grading system that if there is any cancellation ink visible on the front of the postcard, the postcard is, at best, in Average condition.