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SUBJECT: Once I attended an open house at a boarding stable and a pair of horses in a small round paddock caught my eye. They'd been trailered in earlier that day and were very anxious. They kept close to one another. When I found this old unused postcard, I thought of them instantly. That's how well the artist, M. Veit, captured similar expressions and stances in 1901, more than a hundred years ago. This uncommon and untitled postcard was printed somewhere in Europe by T.E.I., numbered S 923. It's remarkable.

HORSE NOTES: The banged tails and simple linen halter date the artist's work to the 1900s, but the eyes of the horses bring it right up to today, so unmistakeable, to me, are their expressions.

ITEM DETAILS: This vintage 1900s postcard measures 3.5 x 5.5 inches. It is in very good condition with minor corner wear, one thin scratch over the white horse's barrel, and a small chip at the upper right. It's otherwise crisp and tight.

SHIPPING & HANDLING: Paper items are wrapped with care in acid-free sleeves, placed between sheets of cardboard and shipped in secure packaging within two business days of purchase.

VINTAGE: All vintage and antique items have unique histories and are offered for sale in exactly the condition they were found. They are sold “AS IS.”

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BAREBACK - Keeping Close - Vintage 1900s Artist Signed Horse Postcard


Overview

  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: Card Stock, Vintage Postcard
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1652 reviews
  • Favorited by: 3 people