1. 10161. Old Faithful Geyser - 150 Ft., Haynes, 1929 (Brown Back Linen)
2. 17406. Yellowstone Lake, Haynes, 1929 (Brown Back Linen)
3. 17311, Grand Canyon from Grand View, Haynes, 1929 (Brown Back Linen)
NOTE. The first linen postcards published by Haynes were brown back linens in 1929. They are called brown backs because the printing on the back is brown. These cards are very hard to find and are highly sought after by advanced collectors. The condition of these three cards is excellent.
Condition: See scanned images. Sold as is.
Description: These 3 postcards are by Jack Haynes. Brown back Haynes postcards were only published in 1929. They are hard to find, especially in good condition. These cards are in excellent condition and are from the Haynes estate. These cards are called "brown backs" because the printing on the back side is a brown color. If you want to collect uncommon Yellowstone postcards you should consider this group.
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Dating the postcards: Go to postcard articles under INFO on the header for a description of the different eras the postcards were published. The era of each card is listed after the publishing date.