The Japanese Postcard – Part 3.

by Amy Collier

Red Cross Day: The 1934 First Prize Winner for Poster Design
赤十字 デー:昭和9年赤十字デー・ポスター懸賞募集一等当選
Japanese, early Showa era, 1934 | Artist Unknown

Commemoration of the Launch of the Seventieth Sea Cleaning Boat
Japanese, early Showa era, 1935 | Artist Unknown

Illuminated Sign “Bayer Aspirin” in Central Osaka
Dai-Osaka chushin no Baieru asupirin daidenshoku「大大阪市中心のバイエルアスピリン大電飾」
Japanese, Taishô-early Shôwa era | Artist Unknown

Advertisement for Maitsuki gan
Japanese, Late Meiji era | Artist: Saitô Shôshû, born in 1870

Advertisement for Formosa Oolong Tea with an Image of Mt. Fuji
Japanese, Taisho era | Artist Unknown

Japanese postcard
Japanese | Artist Unknown

Japanese postcard
Japanese | Artist Unknown

Tenth Anniversary of the Establishment of Insurance for Domestic Animals
Japanese, Shôwa era, 1939 | Artist Unknown
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A third installment highlighting the beautiful collection of Vintage Japanese Advertising Postcards at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. See my first and second installments here and here. More coming soon.

Browse the Lauder Japanese Postcard Collection here.

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