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Title: On the back it reads: "Tipo Vendedor de Comales, Mexico. The Comales Seller Mexico"
Description: The scene is of a Mexican Desert with Hispanic (mexican) peddler with a large back pack of what looks like bread. He has on a somberro and is walking with a walking stick. The colors look like watercolor, and it appears to be from a painting and is signed Hugo 1938. This is a very pretty postcard
Date: signed 1938
Publisher: Printed in Mexico; Cia Merc. "FEMA" S.A. Apartado 7190 Mexico D. F.
Artist: Hugo
Number/id:series: num 32
Stamp/handwriting: none
Condition: Very Good Plus or Near Excellent with age related toning or darkening noted mainly on the back. The front is still very bright. Very Nice!

Measurements:approximately 5 1/2" X 3 1/2"
estimated shipping weight: approx 2 oz

It is a soft style photo so there is shadow glare on the left from the sun on a couple of the pics. If you have any questions, please ask before buying. I tried to get it in the best lighting possible to show it as well as possible. there might be a slight variation of color because of the lighting so I took many pics.

The Listed shipping price is for USPS first class mail in the US including insurance for orders over $12.00 in purchase price. International price is as noted for 1st class

Please click on the policy & options tab below for further information. Please email me for a quote on other shipping options if you desire. You can convo message me too for any other questions you may have, prior to purchase.

The Comales Seller Mexico Vintage Postcard, Tipo Tipico


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: paper, card stock
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 509 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2 people