UNUSED postcard featuring PORTLAND HEAD LIGHTHOUSE
FIRST LIGHTHOUSE ERECTED
BY THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
PORTLAND, MAINE - The first established beacon light upon the New England Coast, lighted for the first time January 10, 1791 - The first light keeper was appointed by George Washington. Portland Head, on which the light is situated, gave the name to the city of Portland.
Color by Eva Luoma.
Nice early chrome card with scalloped edges
PUBLISHER: Made by Dexter Press Inc., West Nyack, New York
Pub by Eastern Illustrating Co., New London, N.H.
POSTCARD ID #: M-1702 and 18537-B
Unused postcard in great shape. Good edges and corners. No stray marks.
Each postcard is sleeved in a clear 2mil sleeve made out of polyethylene, polypropylene and polyester. All of these materials have passed the Photo Activity Test (P.A.T.) certifying that they are safe for long-term storage.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 27 December, 2017.