Sunday, October 15th 2017 @ 9:14pm EDT
An antique 1917 chromolithograph postcard of the Eiffel Tower with a handwritten note. This planographic postcard features a colorful image of the Parisian landmark against a blue sky. Boats float in a canal in the foreground. The back of the postcard features a note of handwritten correspondence in French, which translates to “Do you always gladly sing?”. The print is presented sandwiched between glass panes with a white mat in a two-sided black wood frame. There is a sawtooth hanging bracket mounted to the verso.
- good; very minor scratches on frame
12.5" W x 14.5" H x 1.0" D
- measurement of frame; visible postcard measures 3.25 × 5.25