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#1537 Early Dreamland Coney Island NY
This is a nice one!!! It is a vintage 1910 era postcard view. It pictures a beautiful image of an arched entranceway. A marble statue stands at center. The front of the card is printed and reads "Dreamland Entrance, Coney Island , N.Y.". Condition-Excellent
Here is an early Monorail type attraction at Wildwood By The Sea! It looks 60's vintage, and is a Disney type monorail that runs on a track. It actually goes out over the ocean. The sky ride can be seen at left. A neat amusement attraction image! Back is divided and unused. Condition is excellent!
Here is an unusual Coney Island card! Its highly embossed! It pictures the famous Tower at Dreamland Coney Island. A beacon at top shines a light in the distance. A super view! Back is undivided and postmarked "Oct 4 1907 Brookly NY" and has a "Station C" flag cancel. Condition is fair to good with two album marks at top as shown and a small crease at lower left corner. A neat piece!
#395 Early Concert Audience Willow Grove Park PA 1906
A nice early view, circa 1906 or so, showing the Afternoon Concert Audience at historic Willow Grove Park. Back is divided and has :Willow Grove Park Post Card" printed on back. Card is postally unused, Condition-Very Good
Here is a super vintage amusement park postcard from Virginia! It pictures an image of the old Ocean View park in VA. You can clearly see the rock ship swing ride and the fun house. Looks to be 50's or 60's vintage. Back is divided and postally unused. Condition-Very Good
These are two nice 50's era amusement park views from a park called Wonderland. Kids swing around in an airplane/spaceship type swing ride. Umbrellas and a sign in a distance read "Wonderland". Condition-Excellent
This is a nice one! It is an original 1904 postcard view from Coney Island New York. It pictures an unusual theater like attraction called The Galveston Flood. Apparently you would buy a ticket and sit in this theater with miniature sets of Galveston Texas and wait for the flood to wipe out the city! Front of postcard reads "Scene from the stupendous reproduction of the great tidal wave, The Galveston Flood at Coney Island, Opposite Culver Depot, Showing a small portion of the immense scene of the City Of Galveston, After the flood". Back of postcard is undivided and postmarked "New York NY, Jun 23 1904, Station W". Card has a flag cancel! Condition-Good, with only light corner wear as shown