• NEXT MEETING: FIELD TRIP to COLBORNE LODGE

    Saturday, June 10th, 10:30am – A field trip to High Park to the 1837 home of John Howard, one of Toronto’s first architects, a City engineer and surveyor, and founder of the park. After our tour, we will retire to the nearby Grenadier Restaurant for a presentation on the area by TPC Member Joe Rozdzilski using postcards from his collection.

    For more information, see CLUB MEETINGS.

Postcard Publisher Checklists

Several years ago, Toronto Postcard Club members started a list of postcards of two prolific publishers of Canadian postcard views. Below are the links to those lists. About the lists … the lists have been ‘filtered’. Click the arrow button to open the menu of categories within a column. If you are unfamiliar with how to use Microsoft Excel Autofilter, a Google search using these words will provide several how to references. The ‘all’ choice in each column will reset the list to remove the filters.

If you have a postcard that belongs on this list, but isn’t listed let us know by emailing us at info at torontopostcardclub.com. We require the manufacturer name, postcard number (usually on the view side), the title as written on the postcard and if posted, the date of use.

Valentine & Sons

of Dundee was once Scotland’s most successful commercial photographer. In 1907, at the height of the postcard revolution, the photographs they published showed scenes from around the world. more …

Valentine & Sons Canadian Postcard List – Feb. 2017

Warwick Bros. & Rutter

published over 7,024 picture postcards during what is known as “The Golden Age of Postcards” (1901-1913). Although the firm was an Ontario based company, more …

Warwick Postcard List – February 2008

One Comment

  1. George Schnitzer Jr.

    Is there a checklist for Canadian Post Card Company’s real photo exaggerated postcards taken from images by William H. Martin from Ottawa, Kansas, USA. I believe these cards were first released in 1910 and continued for some time. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thank you,

    George Schnitzer Jr.

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