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POSTCARD ERA [1939-1950] .
THE JOHN HANCOCK BUILDING and THE ARLINGTON STREET CHURCH.
MADE BY: Colorpictures,Boston.
Card Number: P3311
CONDITION: [ EX ] See Grading Listed below.
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ABOUT OUR ("POST CARDS") WE TRY TO FOLLOW THIS GRADING SYSTEM ADAPTED BY MOST DEALERS AND LEADING POSTCARD HOBBY PUBLICATIONS AS LISTED BELOW .
==M--MINT: A perfect card just as it comes from the printing press.No marks,bends,or creases. No writing or postmarks. A clean and fresh card. Seldom seen.<P>
==NM--NEAR MINT: Like Mint but very light aging or very slight discoloration from being in an album for many years.Not as sharp or crisp.<P>
==EX--EXCELLENT: Like mint in appearance with no bends or creases, or rounded or blunt corners. May be postally used or unused and with writing and postmark only on the address side. A clean, fresh card on the picture side.<P>
==VG--VERY GOOD: Corners may be just a bit blunt or rounded. Almost undetectable crease or bend that does not detract from overall appearance of the picture side. May have writing or postally used on address side. A very collectible card. <P>
==G--GOOD: Corners may be noticeably blunt or rounded with noticeably slight bends or creases. May be postally used or have writing on address side. Less than VG. <P>
==FR--FAIR: Card is intact. Excess soil, stains, creases, writing, or cancellation may affect picture. Could be a scarce card that is difficult to find in any condition.<P>