Printed in France for export to England and America, these titillating postcards were condemned as racy and immoral, all the more reason to be saved and treasured. These young Parisian lovelies provide a pictorial record of a turn-of-the-century passion: postcard collecting. Today they offer a charming glimpse of early 1900 French photography and the Real Photo genre.
|Presentation||Coloured black and white.|
|Out of print||No|