||WWI Japanese Army|
||Art Card 1914|
|Condition. (Please read key below)
|Publisher, Maker etc.
The information below mainly applies to the sale of Photographs and Postcards.
Postcard Type: RP = Real Photo, PR=Print ART= Artist Drawn.
Plain Backed: PB= Plain Backed Photograph. I generally use this on Transport themed photos produced from the 1950's onwards. The earlier ones are on heavier card, and date from c1960 to 1980. Later than this they look more like standard photos.
Non-Postcards: CDV= Item is a Carte de Visite. Cabinet= Item is a Cabinet Card. Photo= Item is a Photograph rather than a postcard. etc stc
Condition: (A-E. Much along the line of school grades)
A= Very Clean and almost Mint,
B= Minor Wear. Possibly with very small corner creases or very light creasing. Little Corner Wear.
C= Fair. Showing wear. May have small corner creases, minor album marks, postmark traces, medium corner wear, light foxing or small blemishes.
D= With Faults. Worn, Soiled, Creased or Clipped. May have small tear.
E= With Damage. Card may be Torn, Dirty, Heavily Creased, or Cut down in Size.
Has it been posted? If an item has been posted, and I can read the postmark, I will give a year of posting. eg p/m 1907
Is the card a genuine old card or a reproduction.? In the odd case that an item is a reproduction, that will be clearly stated.
Can I have an extra scan? Please avoid asking for this. In the first instance ask the question you need the answer to.
My aim is to give Five Star Service. If any aspect of my service is not worthy of a Five star rating, please let me know.
If you add extra items, and are paying for them in a combined lot, just pay single postage. If you are not sure how to do this, wait for a combined invoice from me, or you may pay more than you need to.