Divided Back Vintage Postcard in Good, Posted in 1912 Condition.
Back of Card:
The Great Nile Bridge, Egypt - The Great Nile Bridge was built jointly by the British and Egyptian governments. It is a modern structure and is considered one of the greatest bridges in Egypt. The crowded condition of this bridge gives an idea of the enormous traffic and how necessary a bridge of this character was.
Genealogists and those interested in Genealogy, Card addressed to:
Miss Carrie Mild
2401 S. 11th St.
St. Louis, MO
About Our Postcards:
All items we sell come from a non-smoking home and are stored with loving care until they can be sent to their new owners. Scanning is 150% larger than actual card at 100 PPI resolution so you can see all the creases, bumps, bruises and warts. Wavy lines on chrome postcards are from my scanner and NOT on the actual card.
We go the extra mile in protecting your postcard. Your card is shipped in a rigid postcard holder, surrounded by card stock and posted with metered mail so minimum handling is needed by the post office.
We are happy to accept returns if notified within 14 days of receipt of the item, no questions asked! The item must be returned in the same condition as when shipped and buyer responsible for return postage.