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We source furniture and Decorative Items from both sides of the English Channel We are internet based because we are always roving across the Channel but we are on line and answer our emails daily. View Dealers Items Dealer favs. This is a tall Edwardian antique postcard display stand which is a great piece and so rare, this one was used on a shop counter offering postcards with Seaside Scenes to the visitors.
Display postcards or greeting cards on a countertop carousel for easy browsing and point of sale temptation. Our greeting card display stands offer both portrait and landscape display options and of course, if you buy more than two you are immediately eligible for our wholesale bulk special prices. Order today and these super postcard display stands could be with you tomorrow.
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Skip to main content Postcard Rack. In Stock. I use this for selling the postcards I make of my photography and other artwork. It is balanced and spins well, I particularly like the sign holder on the top as it fits my already existing signage.
Back in January of this year, I was thrifting at my local Habitat ReStore and spotted a multi photo frame that was in excellent condition. I would use it to display vintage Christmas cards or vintage Christmas postcards! My idea was to use this spinning frame to display some of my vintage Christmas postcards.
I have been collecting postcards all my life as my father did before me. I now have many thousands of them, both vintage and modern. Yes, I have thousands and thousands of postcards, and most of them are safely stored in albums or boxes and divided into themes or collections. I wanted to find a way to show off a few of the more individual ones that appeal to my eye but don't fit into a specific collection.