(Picture Postal Stationery) 1897 3c. Central American Exhibition card with printed image on front of local Indian with large backpack and New Years greeting, used from Quezaltenango; fine condition.
(Picture Postal Stationery) 1900 (Mar 6) 3c. card to London cancelled by violet octagonal Quezaltenango date stamp, Guatemala transit handstamp to left, arrival cancel at top, reverse with full blue image of Indian Woman holding a posy.
(Picture Postal Stationery) 1900 (May 8) 3c. card to Neuchatel, Switzerland cancelled by violet octagonal Quezaltenango date stamp, Guatemala transit on reverse, arrival cds at left, reverse with part blue image of two Indian Men.
(South) 1890s postal stationery postcard Essay (Amateur 13) hand-painted in black ink on card with stamp impression 1d. with Queen’s head and heading with Aboriginal flanked by Emu and Kangaroo, endorsed “Amateur” at bottom right corner; a couple of pin holes and slight central thinning, a scarce essay with Aboriginal representation.
1901 (May 13) card intended for internal use to Wernburg, Germany cancelled octagonal violet Quezalenango date stamps, octagonal Guatemala to left with arrival cds, reverse with full blue image of crowd scene in town by well and with a dog.