Antique Postcards – The Back Sides

I never tire of looking at antique postcards and I hope you don’t either, because today I’m bringing you some more.  Only this time – the back sides!
They are just as terrific as the front sides, and there are so many crafty ways to use them.
Just right-click, save & print!

 Antique Postcards {The Back Sides}

Love the way this one has aged to a yummy caramel hue.  It’s my favorite.

This one has several different languages on it.
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Here’s a French one.

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This postcard has lots of aging, but also shows the embossed areas from the front side.

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Love the typography on this one.

Here’s another one with heavy aging.

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Here’s the last one for today.  This one is from 1909 and I believe is German.

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I hope you can do something wonderful with them as well!

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Here’s something I think you’ll love!
Vintage American United States postcards


  1. Very cool postcards… thank you!

  2. Thanks for the lovely graphics!
    The Vintage Bag Lady

  3. I like the typography on these old cards. I found you through the “Grow Your Blog” Blog Hop and I’m your newest follower on GFC and LF. I would love a follow back if you get a chance. Hugs, Kim

  4. Awesome postcards. Thank You!!!!

  5. I have a not so secret passion for vintage postcards. these are wonderful.

  6. Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage says

    Wonderful graphics, Angie! And you’re right. No matter how you look at them, vintage postcards are terrific. Can’t wait to see your project with these images.

    Look forward to seeing you tonight at Time Travel Thursday. 😉

    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

  7. Thanks for sharing these wonderful graphics at my party. I’ve always loved old postcards. xo, Sherry

  8. Thanks for these postcard images–I love them!

  9. I love the nostalgia of old postcards. My family has some post cards written between our German ancestors. They are dated in the 1800’s. I should try to have one enlarged into a poster and frame it.
    Thanks for taking us back in time at Show & Tell, Angie.

    Sharon @ mrs. hines class

  10. I LOVE postcards! Both sides! I keep looking at rubber stamps that make the back sides. Thanks so much for sharing! I stopped in from Stuff and Nonsense!

  11. Thank you so very much. right now I am taking an online altered book course and will enjoy using these in that project. Thank you!

  12. Oh these post card images are really cool! Thanks for sharing!

  13. Hi Angie, thank you for these, I love them! I used one of your cards for a simple lockdown music video. Hope you will enjoy it in return. Love, Maaike

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