USA - Florida - St. Augustine - Treasury Street Postcard


Welcome to Florida! From Pensacola to Jacksonville, St. Petersburg to the Keys, come see all there is to see! This bright and beautiful postcard from the Divided Back Era features a spectacular hand-coloured photo print of a gentleman with outstretched arms, spanning the narrowest street in the US, Treasury Street, in St. Augustine, Florida! The Vedder Building, on the right, burned down in 1914.

Card was made in the US, and produced by W.J. Harris Co. Postcard measures 5.5" by 3.5". Vintage 1910s, postally unused.

Grade 1 - Mint condition. These postcards have perfect or nearly perfect corners and edges. Postcards of this grade may be postal used or unused and may have writing on front and / or back. There may be light yellowing from age or from being in an album.

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