All cards during this era had undivided backs and only the address was to appear on the back. A circa photochrom print of Shelbourne Hotel. Four triangles, one in each corner, pointing up. The postal rate was raised briefly from 1 cent to 2 cents in and in ; the conclusive raise to 2 cents was in These were very popular and proved to be a great success. Our Web Sites use different shopping carts and have to be ordered separately.
Variants of the spelling exist, both in English and in German. Most of their cards were printed and hand colored by the Albertype Company. They eventually sold off their own printing department to Herman Vogel who renamed it Quadricolor Press. A commercial photographer who opened a photo studio in Pasadena in Then a solvent such as turpentine was applied to remove the unhardened bitumen and retouch the tonal scalestrengthening or softening tones as required.