Last updated March 31 2017

BONUS MATERIAL ...

Since I started collecting postcards I have always been fascinated by the linen postcards. Talking about linen cards it's hard to avoid talking about postcards produced by the Curt Teich company. They are not only colorful and nice, but they are also easy to date through their numbering system.

The linen cards from Curt Teich (indicated with an "H" in their numbers) were produced between 1931 and 1957. A five-color process was used on black and white original photos. In this period 50.796 postcards were produced. The top year was 1937 with 3989 linen postcards. The last year of production, 1957, only 92 were produced. These cards are also knows as "Art-Colortone".

Marked on back of the postcard as follows:

or

***

But Curt Teich Co is not only about linen postcards.

In 1949 the natural color reproduction postcards came into production (indicated with a "K" in their numbers). By the closure in 1978 45.235 postcards of this type had been produced.

Marked on back of the postcard as follows:

or

or

In my collection I also have "dash P" numbered cards, "P" as Photocrom.
They were as the linen cards produced on black and white originals, but using a four-color process. Most of the card in series is said to be re-prints of earlier Teich cards. These cards were produced between 1951-1956. In total 1652 cards were produced.

I also have "dash N" numbered cards. The cards I have are both in color and black & white. They belong to 0A to 8DK series of postcards.

Marked on back of the postcard as follows:

or

In 1974 the Teich Company was sold to Regensteiner Publishers also in Chicago. The Teich Company continued to operate in the same building and continued printing Teich postcards until 1978 when the plant closed.

I do also have one "Giant Post Card" belonging to the "D" series dated from 1947. The "D" series consists of different kinds of printed pieces like brochures, pamphlets, souvenir booklets, foldout postcards, and obviously giant postcards. The series starting with no. D1 in 1929 and the last piece printed in the factory before closing down in 1978 was D20363.

Out of these ~98.000 Curt Teich postcards many have aviation motives. On this page you find a fraction of these cards. There are very dear to me but NOT a prioritized collection area of their own. But as soon as I buy one produced by Curt Teich Company it ends up on this page.

Enjoy!

1931 | 1932 | 1933 | 1934 | 1935 | 1936 | 1937 | 1938 | 1939

1940 | 1941 | 1942 | 1943 | 1944 | 1945 | 1946 | 1947 | 1948 | 1949

1950 | 1951 | 1952 | 1953 | 1954 | 1955 | 1956 | 1957 | 1958 | 1959

1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969

1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978

Number of postcards: 101

PS!

Extra bonus material - Linen cards published by Harry H. Baumann

Extra extra bonus material - Florida linens published by Thomas R. West

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1931

In 1931 ...

565 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 1A-H1 to 1A-H565.

But none so far in my collection.

1932

In 1932 ...

1082 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 2A-H1 to 2A-H1082.

But none so far in my collection.

1933

In 1933 ...

1656 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 3A-H1 to 3A-H1656.

But none so far in my collection.

1934

In 1934 ...

2223 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 4A-H1 to 4A-H2223.

4A-H901
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Forty Passenger Clipper Ships at Pan-American International Airport, Miami, Florida
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
4A-H902
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Pan-American Airways
International Passenger Terminal,
Miami, Florida
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
1935

In 1935 ...

2701 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 5A-H1 to 5A-H2701.

5A-H145
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago

Administration Building,
Municipal Airport,
Omaha, Neb
VC
5A-H743
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Pan American Airways 32
Passenger "Flying Clipper Ship"
off to West Indies and South America from Miami
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
5A-H744
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
All Aboard for South America! Miami, Fla.
Giant 32 Passenger Pan American Flying Clipper Ship
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
1936

In 1936 ...

2913 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 6A-H1 to 6A-H2913.

6A-H28
Curteichcolor
Port Columbus,
Columbus, Ohio
VC
W. E. Ayers
Columbus, Ohio
6A-H613
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Pan-American Airways "China Clipper" arrives at San Francisco from the Orient
---
---
VC
Stanley A. Piltz,
San Francisco
6A-H718
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
"Arrival of the Clippers", the Queen of the Air dips in salute to the Clipper of the Seven Seas, entering the "Golden Gate", San Francisco, Calif
VC
Stanley A. Piltz,
San Francisco
6A-H1406
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
"Flying home from Rio". Pan American Terminal, Miami, Fla
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
6A-H1459
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Eastern Air Lines' Douglas
against
New York's
ever thrilling skyline.
VC
6A-H1643
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Huge Globe of the Earth, Pan-American Airways Terminal, Miami, Fla. The globe is 31½ ft. in diameter and weighs 6,500 lbs.
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
6A-H1645
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
An afternoon crowd of sightseers at Pan-American Terminal, Miami, Fla. Showing portion of a 19 ton, 40 passenger "Clipper".
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
6A-H2369
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
"All Aboard" for South America. A 40 passenger Clipper Ship preparing to depart from Pan-American Terminal, Miami.
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
1937

In 1937 ...

3989 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 7A-H1 to 7A-H3989.

7A-H3
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Hugh crowds visit Pan-American Airways Terminal daily at Coconut Drive, Miami,
Fla.
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
7A-H4
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Tractor hauling out a Clipper ship, Pan-American Airways Terminal, Miami,
Fla.
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
7A-H6
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Towing giant Clipper to hangar, Pan-American Air Terminal, Miami, Fla. U. S. Coast Guard Air Base in background
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
7A-H725
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Chicago Municipal Airport
The Center of Air Transportation
of the Nation
VC
7A-H2706
Curteich
Terminal and Waiting Room, Allegheny County Airport, Pittsburgh, Pa
VC
Minsky Bros. & Co., Publishing Division, Pittsburgh, Pa.
7A-H3466
Curteich
Newark Airport
Newark,
N. J.
VC
The Ruben Publishing Co., Newburgh, N. Y.
1938

In 1938 ...

3291 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 8A-H1 to 8A-H3291.

8A-H1074
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Miami Terminal of
Pan-American Airways
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
8A-H2758
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Eastern Air Lines plane
over Miami, Florida.
VC
1939

In 1939 ...

2637 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 9A-H1 to 9A-H2637.

9A-H1382
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Peter O. Knight Airport
on Davis Islands, Tampa, Fla
VC
Hillsboro News Co.,
Tampa, Florida
9A-H2018
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
La Guardia Air Field,
New York, N. Y.
VC
Alfred Mainzer,
New York City, N. Y.
1940

In 1940 ...

2755 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 0B-H1 to 0B-H2755.

0B-H248
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago

A Transatlantic Clipper
at Miami, Fla.
VC
Thomas R. West,
Miami
0B-H1902
Curteich-Chicago
Barry Field,
Nashville's Municipal Airport,
Nashville, Tenn
VC
Capitol News Co.,
Nashville, Tenn.

I also have two black & white postcards numbered as 1940 postcards. They are both produced with the "C. T. Photo-Cote" process (whatever that is ...). If this is "one-of-a-kind" or a larger series I don't know.

0B564-N
Curteich-Chicago
Chicago & Southern Air Lines
VC
0B565-N
Curteich-Chicago
Chicago & Southern Air Lines
VC
1941

In 1941 ...

2693 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 1B-H1 to 1B-H2693.

1B-H59
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Kent County Airport,
Grand Rapids, Mich
VC
Shaw News Agency,
Grand Rapids, Mich
1B-H194
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Boeing B-17
"Flying Fortresses"
VC
xxx
yyy
1B-H651
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
California Clipper
VC
1B-H906
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Pan-American International
Airways Terminal,
Miami, Fla.
VC
Dade County Newsdealers Supply Co., Miami
1B-H1128
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Formation - Boeing B-17's "Flying Fortresses" over East River.
New York City
VC
The
Union News Co
1B-H1552
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Washington National Airport, Washington,
D. C.
VC
Scenic Art Series, B. S. Reynolds Co., Washington, D. C.
1B-H2275
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Washington National Airport, Washington,
D. C.
VC
Scenic Art Series, B. S. Reynolds Co., Washington, D. C.
1B-H2277
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Terminal,
Washington National Airport, Washington, D. C.
VC
Scenic Art Series, B. S. Reynolds Co., Washington, D. C.
1B-H2414
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
W. W. Howes Municipal Airport, Huron,
So. Dak.
VC
Genuine
Curteich-Chicago postcard
1B-H2481
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Land Plane Administration Building, New York Municipal Airport, New York City
VC
Interborough News Co.,
New York, N. Y.
1B-H2617
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Terrace Dining Room
Washington National Airport, Washington, D. C.
VC
Scenic Art Series, B. S. Reynolds Co., Washington, D. C.
1942

In 1942 ...

1581 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 2B-H1 to 2B-H1581.

2B-H319
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Municipal Airport,
Administration Bldg.,
Jacksonville, Fla
VC
Duval News Co.
Jacksonville, Florida
2B-H1306
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Municipal Airport,
Kansas City. Mo.
VC
Max Bernstein,
Kansas City, Mo.
2B-H1307
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Municipal Airport,
Kansas City. Mo.
VC
Max Bernstein,
Kansas City, Mo.
1943

In 1943 ...

1722 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 3B-H1 to 3B-H1722.

But none so far in my collection.

1944

In 1944 ...

1657 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 4B-H1 to 4B-H1657.

But none so far in my collection.

1945

In 1945 ...

1509 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 5B-H1 to 5B-H1509.

But none so far in my collection.

1946

In 1946 ...

2667 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 6B-H1 to 6B-H2667.

6B-H497
Curteich-Chicago
Knoxville Municipal (McGhee Tyson) Airport,
Knoxville, Tenn
VC
Standard News Agency
Knoxville, Tenn

In 1946 ...

492 "printed pieces" in the D series, among them postcards, were produced,
i.e. number range D8001 to D8492.

D-8489
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT, WASHINGTON, D. C.
VC
Scenic Art Series, B. S. Reynolds Co., Washington, D.C.
1947

In 1947 ...

2149 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 7B-H1 to 7B-H2149.

7B-H400
Curteich-Chicago
Mid-Continent Airlines
Kansas City,
Mo
VC
Max Bernstein,
Kansas City, Mo
7B-H632
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Rochester Airport,
Rochester,
Minn.
VC
Rochester News Agency,
Minn.
7B-H842
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
CAPITAL AIRLINES
Gives You a Bird's-Eye View of Eveything Along the Way
VC
1948

In 1948 ...

1993 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 8B-H1 to 8B-H1993.

But none so far in my collection.

1949

In 1949 ...

1904 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 9B-H1 to 9B-H1904.

9B-H1192
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Minneapolis - St. Paul
Metropolitan Airport,
Wold Chamberlain Field
VC
St. Marie's,
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.
9B-H1292
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
TACA AIRWAYS SYSTEM GUATEMALA,
"'The Land of Eternal Spring", ...
VC
9B-H1863
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
W. W. Howes Municipal Airport, Huron,
So. Dak.
VC
Dakota News Agency,
Sioux Falls, S. D.

In 1949 ...

129 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 9B-K1 to 9B-K129.

But none so far in my collection.

1950

In 1950 ...

2125 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 0C-H1 to 0C-H2125.

0C-H1192
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Pan-American International Airways Terminal, Miami, Fla.
VC
xxx

In 1950 ...

448 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 0C-K1 to 0C-K448.

0C-K74
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Municipal Airport,
Kansas City. Mo.
Showing Downtown Skyline
VC
J. E. Tetirick,
Kansas City, Mo
1951

In 1951 ...

1937 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 1C-H1 to 1C-H1937.

But none so far in my collection.

In 1951 ...

580 photocrom postcards were produced, number range 1C-P1450 to 1C-P2030.

But none so far in my collection.

In 1951 ...

305 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 1C-K1 to 1C-K305.

1C-K213
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Airport
Albuquerque New Mexico
VC
Southwest Post Card Co., Albuquerque, N. M.
1952

In 1952 ...

1680 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 2C-H1 to 2C-H1680.

2C-H1358
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Broome County Airport.
Serving the Triple Cities - Binghampton, Johnson City and Endicott, N. Y.
VC
Walter R. Miller Co.,
Binghampton, N. Y.

In 1952 ...

638 photocrom postcards were produced, number range 2C-P2001 to 2C-P2638.

But none so far in my collection.

In 1952 ...

401 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 2C-K1 to 2C-K401.

But none so far in my collection.

1953

In 1953 ...

1433 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 3C-H1 to 3C-H1433.

But none so far in my collection.

In 1953 ...

254 photocrom postcards were produced, number range 3C-P2001 to 3C-P2254.

3C-P2137
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
(based on same photo as
1B-H59)
Kent County Airport,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
VC
Shaw News Agency,
Grand Rapids, Mich.

In 1953 ...

1548 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 3C-K1 to 3C-K1548.

But none so far in my collection.

1954

In 1954 ...

909 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 4C-H1 to 4C-H909.

But none so far in my collection.

In 1954 ...

109 photocrom postcards were produced, number range 4C-P2001 to 4C-P2109.

But none so far in my collection.

In 1954 ...

2194 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 4C-K1 to 4C-K2194.

4C-K776
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Chicago
Midway Airport
VC
Aero Distributing Co., Inc., Chicago, Illinois
4C-K1943
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
La Guardia Airport
New York
VC
Alfred Mainzer,
New York City, N. Y.
4C-K2155
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Standiford Field,
Louisville, Kentucky
VC
Readmore Distribution Co., Louisville, Ky.
1955

In 1955 ...

705 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 5C-H1 to 5C-H705.

5C-H565
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Municipal Airport
Administration Building,
Sioux City, Iowa
VC
Olson News Company,
Sioux City, Iowa

In 1955 ...

49 photocrom postcards were produced, number range 5C-P2001 to 5C-P2049.

But none so far in my collection.

In 1955 ...

3091 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 5C-K1 to 5C-K3091.

5C-K65
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
New York
International Airport Idlewild,
Queens
VC
Alfred Mainzer, Inc.,
Long Island City, N. Y.
5C-K2046
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Un Unusual View of Jacksonville's Majestic Imeson Airport, Jacksonville, Florida
VC
Duval News Co.,
Jacksonville, Florida
5C-K2869
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Minneapolis - St. Paul
Metropolitan Airport,
Wold Chamberlain Field
VC
Universal Photo Service,
La Crosse, Wis
5C-K2949
Curteichcolor
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, KANAWHA AIRPORT
CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA
VC
A. W. Smith News Agency
Charleston, W. VA.
5C-K2988
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Miami International Airport,
Miami,
Florida
VC
Gulf Stream Card & Distributing Co., Miami, Florida

I also have one postcard numbered as a 1955 postcard. It's produced with the "C. T. American-Art" process (whatever that is ...). If this is "one-of-a-kind" or a larger series I don't know.

5C227-N
Curteich-Chicago
Proposed Miami International Airport
VC
Gulf Stream Card & Distributing Co., Miami, Florida
1956

In 1956 ...

228 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 6C-H1 to 6C-H228.

But none so far in my collection.

In 1956 ...

22 photocrom postcards were produced, number range 6C-P2001 to 6C-P2022.

But none so far in my collection.

In 1956 ...

3110 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 6C-K1 to 6C-K3110.

6C-K13
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Where East meets West. Albuquerque Municipal Airport, Albuquerque, New Mexico
VC
Southwest Post Card Co., Albuquerque, N. M.
6C-K914
Curteichcolor


TEAL Hibiscus Service
VC
Stinsons, Ltd,
Suva, Fiji
6C-K1878
Curteichcolor


Administration Building
Cleveland Hopkins Airport,
Cleveland, Ohio
VC
George R. Klein News Company
Cleveland, Ohio
6C-K1879
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago


North Concourse,
Cleveland Hopkins
International Airport
VC
George R. Klein News Company, Cleveland, Ohio
6C-K1881
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago


Part of Loading and Runway Area, Cleveland Hopkins
International Airport
VC
George R. Klein News Company, Cleveland, Ohio
6C-K1882
Curteichcolor
Passenger Loading Area with Administration Building and Operations Tower in Background, Cleveland Hopkins International
Airport
VC
George R. Klein News Company
Cleveland, Ohio
6C-K2674
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
HOUSTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Houston, Texas
VC
A & J Speciality Co.,
Houston, Texas
1957

In 1957 ...

92 linen postcards were produced, i.e. number range 7C-H1 to 7C-H92.

7C-H58
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Weir Cook Munucipal Airport, Indianapolis, Indiana
VC
Koch News Co.,
Indianapolis, Indiana

In 1957 ...

3151 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 7C-K1 to 7C-K3151.

7C-K798
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Douglas Municipal Airport, Charlotte, N. C.
VC
Dixie News Co.,
Charlotte, N.C.
7C-K1140
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, California
VC
Ed Christensen,
San Mateo, Calif.
7C-K2639
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
O'Hare
International Airport
VC
Aero Distributing Co., Inc.,
Chicago, Illinois
1958

In 1958 ...

3280 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 8C-K1 to 8C-K3280.

8C-K823
Curteichcolor
Arrival Building
New York International Airport
VC
Alfred Mainzer, Inc.,
Long Island City, N. Y.
8C-K1867
Curteichcolor
ORLANDO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
VC
Orange News Co.,
Orlando, FLA.
8C-K2759
Curteichcolor
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, PORTLAND, OREGON
VC
Anderson Scenic Postcards, Portland, Oregon
1959

In 1959 ...

3023 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 9C-K1 to 9C-K3023.

9C-K409
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Williamson-Johnson Municipal Airport, Duluth, Minnesota
VC
Zenith Interstate News Co.,
Duluth, Minn.
9C-K466
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Chicago Midway Airport,
Observation Deck
VC
Aero Distributing Co., Inc.,
Chicago, Illinois
9C-K1350
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Jet 707 Flagships at the Los Angeles International Airport
VC
Western Publ. & Nov. Co.,
Los Angeles, Calif.
9C-K1476
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago


Midway Airport,
Chicago
VC
Aero Distributing Co., Inc., Chicago, Illinois
9C-K1989
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago

SOUTH CONCOURSE,
STAPLETON AIRFIELD,
DENVER, COLORADO
VC
Cooper Postcard Co.,
Lakewood, Colo.
9C-K2258
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago

Portland Municipal Airport,
Portland,
Maine
VC
Portland News Co.
Portland, Maine
9C-K2419
Curtteichcolor (R)
View of Portland, Oregon International Airport, showing United Jet Plane, in front of Terminal Building
VC
Anderson Sundby Co.
Portland, Oregon
1960

In 1960 ...

2443 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 0DK-1 to 0DK-2443.

0DK-30
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Standiford Field,
Louisville, Kentucky
VC
Readmore Distribution Co., Louisville, Ky
0DK-774
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Broward County International Airport, Ft. Lauderdale
VC
Gulf Stream Card & Distributing Co., Miami, Florida
0DK-1149
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Peoria Airport,
Peoria, Illinois
VC
Hartman Bros.,
Peoria, Illinois
1961

In 1961 ...

2385 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 1DK-1 to 1DK-2385.

1DK-777
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Atlanta's
Beautiful Multi-Million Dollar
Airport
VC
Book Sales Co.,
Atlanta, Georgia
1DK-1255
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
James M. Cox
Dayton
Municipal Airport
VC
Miami Valley News Agency,
Dayton, Ohio
1DK-1817
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
View of Cleveland Hopkins Airport showing Control Tower,
Cleveland, Ohio
VC
George R. Klein News Company, Cleveland, Ohio
1962

In 1962 ...

2073 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 2DK-1 to 2DK-2073.

2DK-1292
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Bradley Field,
Windsor Locks,
Connecticut
VC
H. P. Kopplemann,
Hartford, Conn.
2DK-1421
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
O'Hare
International Airport
Jet-Away
VC
Aero Distributing Co., Inc., Chicago, Illinois
2DK-1464
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Greater Pittsburgh Airport from over the wing of a DC8 jet, Pittsburgh, PA
VC
Charmcraft Publishers,
Pittsburgh, PA.
2DK-1465
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
United Airlines Jet and Greater Pittsburgh Airport,
Pittsburgh, PA.
VC
Charmcraft Publishers,
Pittsburgh, PA.
1963

In 1963 ...

2035 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 3DK-1 to 3DK-2035.

3DK-75
Curteichcolor
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
VC
St. Marie's Gopher News Co, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota
3DK-1368
Curteichcolor
HARRISBURG-YORK STATE AIRPORT
VC
St. Marie's Gopher News Co, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota
1964

In 1964 ...

1936 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 4DK-1 to 4DK-1936.

4DK-87
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Tulsa International Airport
VC
Oklahoma News Co.,
Tulsa, Okla.
1965

In 1965 ...

2006 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 5DK-1 to 5DK-2006.

But none so far in my collection.

1966

In 1966 ...

1957 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 6DK-1 to 6DK-1957.

But none so far in my collection.

1967

In 1967 ...

1795 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 7DK-1 to 7DK-1795.

7DK-66
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
U. S. AIR FORCE-1
VC
Burrell-Ford Co.,
San Antonio, Texas
7DK-982
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
'Busiest in the World'
O'Hare International Airport,
Chicago
VC
Aero Distributing Co., Inc.,
Chicago, Illinois
7DK-984
Curteichcolor
Concourse and News Stand
O'Hare International Airport,
Chicago
VC
Aero Distributing Co., Inc.,
Chicago, Illinois
7DK-1671
Curt Teich & Co., Chicago
Plane at
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
VC
George R. Klein News Company, Cleveland, Ohio
1968

In 1968 ...

1477 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 8DK-1 to 8DK-1477.

But none so far in my collection.

1969

In 1969 ...

1330 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 9DK-1 to 9DK-1330.

But none so far in my collection.

1970

In 1970 ...

885 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 0EK-1 to 0EK-885.

But none so far in my collection.

1971

In 1971 ...

785 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 1EK-1 to 1EK-785.

But none so far in my collection.

1972

In 1972 ...

699 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 2EK-1 to 2EK-699.

But none so far in my collection.

1973

In 1973 ...

561 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 3EK-1 to 3EK-561.

But none so far in my collection.

1974

In 1974 ...

392 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 4EK-1 to 4EK-392.

But none so far in my collection.

558 3-D natural reproduction postcards (in international size) were produced,
i.e. number range 4ED-1 to 4ED-558.

But none so far in my collection.

1975

In 1975 ...

537 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 5EK-1 to 5EK-537.

But none so far in my collection.

981 3-D natural reproduction postcards (in international size) were produced,
i.e. number range 5ED-1 to 5ED-981.

But none so far in my collection.

1976

In 1976 ...

689 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 6EK-1 to 6EK-689.

6EK-435
Curteichcolor
Isla Verde, Puerto Rico
VC
Caribe Tourist Prom,
Carolina, P. R.

954 3-D natural reproduction postcards (in international size) were produced,
i.e. number range 6ED-1 to 6ED-954.

But none so far in my collection.

1977

In 1977 ...

454 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 7EK-1 to 7EK-454.

But none so far in my collection.

368 3-D natural reproduction postcards (in international size) were produced,
i.e. number range 7ED-1 to 7ED-368.

But none so far in my collection.

1978

In 1978 ...

116 color postcards were produced, i.e. number range 8EK-1 to 8EK-116.

But none so far in my collection.

187 3-D natural reproduction postcards (in international size) were produced,
i.e. number range 8ED-1 to 8ED-187.

But none so far in my collection.