The Detroit Hotel in St. Petersburg, presented in a somewhat fragmented state due to a printing error.
The Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia. I find printing errors on postcards amusing, and this one definitely suffers from some significant misalignment issues. The publisher/printer of this white border card isn’t indicated.
The headquarters of National Cash Register Co. in Dayton, Ohio. Notice something odd about this card? The sky is overflowing the white border! I love production errors.
If you ever wondered what sort of postcard Salvador Dali might have designed, well it could have resembled this curious example. Clearly something went amiss during the lithographic process, as the shades of black are drastically misaligned. And of course there’s that bird, who was certainly supposed to occupy a different postcard altogether. It’s interesting to note that someone actually mailed this flawed E.C. Kropp card, as the reverse bears a written message and a 1950 postmark.