10 Wrigley Field Stadium Postcards, Including 2 Pre-Linen and 3 Linen.
Lot 202. 10 Wrigley Field Stadium Postcards, Including 2 Pre-Linen and 3 Linen. This ball park has been home to the Cubs since 1916. The five earlier postcards provide an aerial view of the stadium. The five later chrome cards have photos from high in the stands. Pre-Linen: 1. No. 301, Max Rigot, “Century of Progress, Chicago World’s Fair 1933” on the back. Postmarked in 1933. The backs of the other postcards are unused. 2. No. 283, white border, brown roof, early smooth linen from American Colortype. Linen: 3. No. 243 from Aero, darker variation. 4. No. 61, 65902, green border, Tichnor and Union News. 5. No. 162, Curteich, normal number, no caption or distributor. Chrome: 6. P1557, Published by Cameo. 7. No. 731, George Tinker photo, exterior view with a sign for an Aug. 19 Pittsburgh game. 8. CK. 177, white border, Aero Distributing Co., Inc. 9. DT-87443-B, 3431 Irving Park address, from Cameo. 10. DT-91303-B, Cubs and White Sox ball parks, dated 1964, White Sox Park (Comiskey) on top, Wrigley Field on bottom, from Cameo. The first postcard is vg, and the others are vg-ex. Winning Bid $61.