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Linen card is in good condition with wear around the edges. It is not stamped, postmarked or used.

On the back it says:
The South Platform in Winter
View showing the South Platform with battery of French 18th Century six pounder cannon and South Barracks.

Fort Ticonderoga was built by the Canadians and the French, between 1754 and 1757. The fort was abandoned in 1781. In 1785, the fort became property of New York State. The Pell family restored the fort and opened it to the public in 1909. It is now a very popular tourist attraction.


I started collecting vintage postcards a couple of years ago. I hope you love them as much as I do!

Each order comes with a bonus random card from my collection.

SALE 1930s Vintage Linen Postcard: The South Platform in Winter, Fort Ticonderoga, New York

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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