Christmas Postcard Artist Ellen Clapsaddle Wolf Publishing Series 505 Child Holding Wreath
Ellen Clapsaddle established the Wolf Company backed by the Wolf brothers—a full subsidiary of the International Art Publishing Company of New York City. She was the first and only female souvenir/postcard artist of the era to establish her own enterprise. She was the sole artist and designer for this company.
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M ~ MINT : Card is in pristine condition like new with no writing, crisp corners, vibrant coloring (rare to find antique cards that fall into this grade)
NM ~ NEAR MINT : Nearly perfect postcard, corners are square and clean edges, no creases. Card could have slight natural yellowing from age. May be postmarked with writing on reverse
EX~ Excellent : Overall clean card with no creases, may have very tiny edge or corner wear, no ink bleed or distraction from image, may have some slight discoloring to paper from age, may be postmarked or have writing on reverse or at edge of front of card.
VG ~ VERY GOOD : This card is middle of the road with minor faults such as some corner wear and or edge wear. Postcard can be postal used or unused. Might have writing on front and or back, including light ink bleed that does not detract from image. This card could have some yellowing from age. There are no creases though the middle of card outside of edge areas, or if there is a crease it will be very slight or light, card could have very tiny edge tear, could have slight indentations in cards (album marks). The majority of cards fall into this grading area.
G ~ GOOD : This postcard shows more corner, edge wear and; or has more distinct creases. It could have a slight tear at edge areas. This card could be lightly soiled or more discolored from age and may or may not be Postal used.
F ~ FAIR : This postcard is damaged with a bad creases and wear. There could be a tear or missing corner. A postcard in this condition would be chosen for its image view to later be upgraded.
P~ POOR : This postcard is quite damaged with any or multiple issues of the following detracting from the card, tears, creases, stains, heavy discoloring or writing. This card is collected for simple rarity of the card or to be used for completion of a collection until the card can be found and upgraded at a later date. Also these cards can make good use for craft projects.
NOTE: Our cards are scanned at the highest resolution to detect any possible flaws and to give the most accurate representation of our cards, because of this, most cards actually look MUCH BETTER in person than on the screen, most discolorations, age spots and album marks are barely seen in person compared to to what the computer is picking up
Please examine photos carefully as they offer the best analysis for condition. All postcards are Golden Age size 3 1/2" by 5 1/2", unless otherwise noted in description above.
We make every attempt to accurately describe our items, please remember vintage and antique items are not usually in "perfect" condition. Normal age wear is expected. We also provide any additional photos and information upon request. we are always willing to entertain reasonable offers and discounts on multiple purchases, please feel free to contact us :)
RPPC Real Photo Postcard Court House Media PA 1920s
Condition: VG tiny tear at top edge
For Best Assessment of Condition Please carefully review images. Remember the pictures are part of the description and offer the best overall evaluation for condition, and one person's acceptable age issues with a vintage item can differ to the next.