Here's a nice vintage unused postcard depicting the "Famous Concord Bridge" in Concord, Massachusetts.
The description on the back reads: Here the Patriots met the British on April 19, 1775 in the first engagement of the Revolution and fired "the shot heard round the world."
The card was published by "Bromley and Company, Inc., Boston 16, Mass. and bears the code number "MA1010".
Size: approx. 3½" x 5½"
Date:: Not dated, but pre-dates the "Zip Code" era and is probably from the 1950s.
Condition: Very good, I'd say. The card is unused, with bright, fresh colors and minimal wear to the edges. The back has a couple small spots of foxing near the bottom left and center. (Please see scans.)
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