When the Son of a Son of a Postcardist steps in, it’s the Postcardist’s turn in the interview chair. In this episode Stephen Roche (actually the Son of Postcardist, but we were going with the Jimmy Buffet reference) interviews host Frank Roche about these topics:
- York Postcard Expo
- Pinup postcards
- Cataloging postcard collections
- Beginner postcard collecting
- Postcardist vintage
- Collecting Pokemon cards
- The value of a collection over time
- Lenticular postcards
- Writing a short story on postcards
2 comments on E44: Son of a Son of a Postcardist
My impression of how “old-school” deltiologists define vintage is a 3 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ card. Most of the shows I’ve been to, anything 4″x6″ (continental size) or larger is in the clearance box, 25¢ or cheaper. If you ask anyone on postcrossing (aka “new school” deltiologists), vintage is anything which can not be currently purchased brand new. For the rest of us, vintage is somewhere in between – for me scalloped edge Continentals are vintage, but anything printed after that is not.
Thank you, Heidi. That’s a very helpful and useful definition I’ll use with attribution!