- Publisher: Dover Publications Inc.
- Format: Paperback | 6 pages
- Dimensions: 100mm x 138mm x 4mm | 18g
- Publication date: 1 February 2000
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0486287742
- ISBN 13: 9780486287744
- Sales rank: 92,505
Six cards depict winged sprites amid lavish displays of trumpet vines, morning glories, waterlilies, and other beautiful blossoms.
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By Ammy 20 Feb 2012
These "postcards" are each 14.5 x 10.3 cm. They are of standard postcard thickness. One side of each card is a dotted line for you to tear them out of the book they are stapled in. This is a rather crude way of getting them out, which damages each card slightly whenever you try to remove it.
The cards are glossy on the picture side and smooth on the side you write on. However the side you write on has absolutely nothing printed on it, except for the title and other details of the picture, in the bottom left corner of each card. As such, it doesn't seem like a postcard, but rather just a plain ol' card per se, with a picture printed on one side. I'd say it's more like a book of art prints rather than postcards.
The dotted side of each card definitely has to be trimmed if you want the card to look decent enough to send. At this price for this kind of quality, these cards are definitely not worth the money.