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First Nataional Bank Real Photo Moulton, Iowa Postcard



ia_qq_9599: IA Postcard, Iowa Post Card Old Vintage Antique Collectables For Sale



Year Date of Postcard, or Postal Used / Year Used: Postal Used Unknown



Grade: 2



Size: R



Grading Scale:

Grade 1= Perfect corners

Grade 2= Very Minimal corner wear, no creases

Grade 3= Some corner wear, no creases.

Grade 4= Crease

Grade 5= A lot of damage to card.

*Grades reflect Corner and Condition of Card, and not whether the card is Postal Used.



Product Size Legend:

R=Regular Size Postcard - approximately 3 1/2 inch x 5 1/2 inch (9 CM x 14 CM)

C=Continental Size Postcard - approximately 4 inch X 6 inch (15 CM X 10.5 CM)

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