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If you are investing large sums of money in postcards for your collection or dealer's stock, fireproof file cabinets or a vault is advisable.
In the collection of the Denver Public Library, but seldom offered.
Intended for silver mining & the tourist trade, the line went bankrupt in 1911.
Historians and genealogists use vintage postcards to document historic events and family genealogy, while the philatelist (stamp collector) often collects old postcards for their DPO (dead post office) and RPO (railroad post office) cancels, or for attached Christmas seals.
Often, philately and the interests of the deltiologist overlap.