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  • New York City Postcards | Best of Series | Set of 12

    New York City Postcards | Best of Series | Set of 12

    • Set includes 12 of our best selling postcards of New York City — one of each design.
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  • New York City Postcards | Volume 1 | Set of 18

    New York City Postcards | Volume 1 | Set of 18

    • Set includes 18 postcards of New York City — one of each design.
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  • New York City Postcards | Volume 2 | Set of 18

    New York City Postcards | Volume 2 | Set of 18

    • Set includes 18 postcards of New York City — one of each design.
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  • New York City Postcards | Volume 3 | Set of 18

    New York City Postcards | Volume 3 | Set of 18

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  • New York City Postcards | Volume 4 | Set of 18

    New York City Postcards | Volume 4 | Set of 18

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  • New York City Postcards | Volume 5 | Set of 12

    New York City Postcards | Volume 5 | Set of 12

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  • Central Park New York City Postcard

    Central Park New York City Postcard

    Established in 1857, New York City’s beautiful Central Park park features over 840 acres of landscaped lakes, ponds, woodlands, lawns, and meadows. Designated a National Historic Landmark, the park is the most visited urban park in the United States and … Read More

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  • Manhattan Aerial View York City Postcard

    Manhattan Aerial View New York City Postcard

    One World Trade Center rises prominently above downtown Manhattan. Recognized as the most densely populated urban area in the world with real estate among the most expensive, New York City is the cultural, financial, media, and entertainment capital of the … Read More

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  • Manhattan Bridge New York City Postcard

    Manhattan Bridge New York City Postcard

    Opened to traffic in 1909, the Manhattan suspension bridge connects New York City’s boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn as it crosses the East River. The bridge features two decks, with the upper level carrying four lanes of traffic, while the … Read More

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  • New York City Boroughs Vintage Map Postcard

    New York City Boroughs Vintage Map Postcard

    Situated on one of the world’s largest natural harbors, New York City consists of five boroughs: Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, The Bronx, and Staten Island—with hundreds of distinct neighborhoods throughout the boroughs, many with a definable history and character to call … Read More

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  • New York City Fireworks Postcard

    New York City Fireworks Postcard

    A dramatic display of fireworks explode over the Statue of Liberty as One World Trade Center and the dramatic New York City skyline rises prominently in the background. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Heavy-weight cardstock Finish: Matte finish for a classic look and easy … Read More

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  • New York City Vintage Map Postcard

    New York City Vintage Map Postcard

    Streets are the lifeblood of any city, and in 1811 a plan was put in place to prepare Manhattan for its unimaginable growth. Known today as the grid street system, it took about 60 years for the grid to be … Read More

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  • Statue of Liberty New York City Horizontal Postcard

    Statue of Liberty New York City Horizontal Postcard

    A gift to the people of the United States from the people of France, the Statue of Liberty is an icon of freedom and of the United States, welcoming visitors entering New York Harbor since 1886. Designed by French sculptor … Read More

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  • Times Square New York City Postcard

    Times Square New York City Postcard

    Times Square’s brightly adorned electric, neon and illuminated signs—at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Ave in Midtown Manhattan of New York City—forms one of the world’s most visited tourist attractions, and is the site of the annual New Year’s … Read More

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  • Top of the Rock View New York City Postcard

    Top of the Rock View New York City Postcard

    Considered the best panoramic views of New York City, the observation deck atop 30 Rockefeller Plaza—dubbed “Top of the Rock”—provides sweeping and unobstructed views of midtown Manhattan. The centerpiece of Rockefeller Center, the Art Deco skyscraper is most famous for … Read More

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  • Yankee Stadium New York City Postcard

    Yankee Stadium New York City Postcard

    One of the most successful sports clubs in the world, the New York Yankees have won 18 division titles, 40 pennants, and 27 World Series championships. Based in the Bronx of New York City, many Yankees players have been inducted … Read More

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  • Yellow Checker Taxicab New York City Postcard

    Yellow Checker Taxicab New York City Postcard

    The most iconic of American taxicabs, the beloved Checker Motors taxicab was renowned for its long durability under heavy use in urban traffic. With wide rear doors and large rear seats and trunks, the taxicab was a favorite among passengers. … Read More

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  • Apple Store New York City Postcard

    Apple Store New York City Postcard

    An architectural icon in New York City, Apple’s Fifth Avenue store features a patented glass cube entrance designed in part by Peter Bohlin. Located near the south-east corner of Central Park, a spiral glass staircase leads to the spacious store … Read More

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  • Brooklyn Bridge New York City Postcard

    Brooklyn Bridge Skyline New York City Postcard

    When opened in 1883, the bridge provided the only land passage between New York City’s boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Conceived by German immigrant John Roebling, the hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge is one of the oldest roadway bridges in the United … Read More

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  • Brooklyn Bridge Sunset New York City Postcard

    Brooklyn Bridge Sunset New York City Postcard

    When opened in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge provided the only land passage between New York City’s boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Conceived by German immigrant John Roebling, the hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge is one of the oldest roadway bridges in the … Read More

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  • Chrysler Building New York City Postcard

    Chrysler Building New York City Postcard

    Considered a stunning example of Art Deco architecture, the Chrysler Building in New York City is renowned for its terraced arches and spire. The world’s tallest building in 1930, it was surpassed the following year by the Empire State Building, … Read More

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  • Colorful Manhattan Skyline New York City Postcard

    Colorful Manhattan Skyline New York City Postcard

    One World Trade Center rises prominently above the city’s iconic skyline. Considered the cultural, financial, media, and entertainment capital of the world, downtown Manhattan is one of the most densely populated areas in the world with real estate among the … Read More

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  • Empire State Building City Lights New York City Postcard

    Empire State Building City Lights New York City Postcard

    The Empire State Building rises 102-stories above the busy streets of New York City below. Located in the cultural, financial, media, and entertainment capital of the world, the building is the 5th-tallest skyscraper in the United States and is featured … Read More

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  • Flatiron New York City Postcard

    Flatiron New York City Postcard

    One of New York City’s iconic skyscrapers, the 22-story triangular steel-framed building in the borough of Manhattan was once the tallest building in the city. Designed by Chicago’s famed architect Daniel Burnham, the building features Beaux-Arts style terra-cotta tiling. Completed … Read More

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  • Ghostbusters Firestation New York City Postcard

    Ghostbusters Firestation New York City Postcard

    Built in 1903, Firehouse, Hook & Ladder Company 8 of the New York City Fire Department in Manhattan served as the set for exterior scenes of the Ghostbusters headquarters in the 1984 blockbuster comedy film under the same name. Size: … Read More

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  • Grand Central Terminal New York City Postcard

    Grand Central Terminal New York City Postcard

    The cavernous Main Concourse in Midtown Manhattan is filled with bustling rail commuters. Covering 48 acres, the station includes 44 underground train platforms—more than any other railroad station in the world. This National Historic Landmark features an elaborately decorated astronomical … Read More

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  • Madison Square Garden New York City Postcard

    Madison Square Garden New York City Postcard

    Situated atop Penn Station in New York City, “The Garden” is a world-class venue for all forms of sports and entertainment performances—hosting over 300 events a year. Home to the New York Rangers and New York Knicks, it is the … Read More

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  • Manhattan Skyline from Ferry New York City Postcard

    Manhattan Skyline from Ferry New York City Postcard

    Before New York City had a bridge or tunnel crossing, a network of ferry routes traversed the waters around the city. In the early 1900s, over 140 ferry services operating in the surrounding waters only to be superseded by bridges, … Read More

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  • New York City BroadwaySubway Station Postcard

    New York City Broadway Subway Station Postcard

    Opened in 1904, the New York City Subway is the largest rapid transit system in the world by number of stations, and third oldest in the United States. Connecting the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx through 472 … Read More

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  • New York City Firefighter Memorial Postcard

    New York City Firefighter Memorial Postcard

    The FDNY Memorial Wall honors the 343 members of the NYC Fire Department—and volunteer firefighter Glenn J. Winuk—who lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The 7,000-pound bronze bas-relief memorial is bolted to … Read More

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  • New York City Street Vendor Postcard

    New York City Street Vendor Postcard

    With more than 20,000 street vendors in New York City, the streets come alive each day as hot dog, flower, t-shirt vendors, street artists, and food truck vendors sell their wares while working long hours under harsh conditions. Size: 4″x6″ … Read More

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  • New York City Subway Cars Postcard

    New York City Subway Cars Postcard

    Opened in 1904, the New York City Subway is the largest rapid transit system in the world by number of stations, and third oldest in the United States. Connecting the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx through 472 … Read More

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  • New York City Washington Square Postcard

    New York City Washington Square Postcard

    Located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan, New York City is an open space park dominated by the landmark Washington Square Arch and a large fountain. To celebrate the centennial of George Washington’s inauguration as president of the … Read More

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  • New York Stock Exchange Postcard

    New York Stock Exchange Postcard

    Home to the world’s largest stock exchange by market capitalization, the NYSE trading floor at 11 Wall Street in Lower Manhattan has helped New York City become the most economically powerful city and leading financial center of the world. Size: … Read More

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  • Radio City New York City Postcard

    Radio City New York City Postcard

    Entertaining audiences since 1932, the 5,960-seat auditorium located at Rockefeller Center in Midtown Manhattan is home to the Rockettes precision dance company. Designed in the Art Deco style, the auditorium was the world’s largest when it opened and is home … Read More

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  • Rockefeller Center Ice Rink New York City Postcard

    Rockefeller Center Ice Rink New York City Postcard

    Ice skating at the base of the iconic Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center is one of New York City’s most celebrated traditions. A temporary rink was installed in 1936, which was warmly welcomed by New Yorkers. In 1939, a permanent … Read More

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  • St Patrick's Cathedral Exterior New York City Postcard

    St Patrick’s Cathedral Exterior New York City Postcard

    The seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, the Gothic-style cathedral is a prominent landmark in Midtown Manhattan. Work began in 1858 but was halted during the Civil War and resumed in 1865. When the … Read More

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  • Wall Street Charging Bull New York City Postcard

    Wall Street Charging Bull New York City Postcard

    The 7,100-pound bronze sculpture by famed artist Arturo Di Modica depicts a bull—a symbol of aggressive financial optimism and prosperity—a favorite Wall Street icon symbolizing Wall Street and the Financial District of New York City. Di Modica unofficially installed it … Read More

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  • Yellow Taxicab New York City Postcard

    Yellow Taxicab New York City Postcard

    A widely recognized icon of New York City, taxicabs come in two varieties: canary yellow and apple green. Yellow taxis are able to pick up passengers anywhere in the five boroughs, while the green taxis operate outside the Manhattan central … Read More

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  • Bethesda Fountain Blossoms Central Park New York City Postcard

    Bethesda Fountain Blossoms Central Park New York City Postcard

    Located in New York City’s beautiful Central Park, the Bethesda Fountain features an eight-foot bronze angel who stands above four small cherubim representing health, purity, temperance, and peace. The fountain sculpture was unveiled in 1873 and design by Emma Stebbins, … Read More

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  • Brooklyn Bridge Walkway New York City Postcard

    Brooklyn Bridge Walkway New York City Postcard

    When opened in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge provided the only land passage between New York City’s boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Conceived by German immigrant John Roebling, the hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge is one of the oldest roadway bridges in the … Read More

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  • Central Park Benches New York City Postcard

    Central Park Benches New York City Postcard

    Designed for the 1939 World’s Fair, these iconic benches with green paint and rounded hand rests are one of four styles used throughout New York City’s Central Park. An Adopt-a-Bench program has led to the adoption of over 4,000 benches … Read More

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  • Central Park Bethesda Terrace Arcade New York City Postcard

    Central Park Bethesda Terrace Arcade New York City Postcard

    The arched walkway in New York City’s magnificent Central Park features over 15,000 handmade encaustic tiles – typically used to cover floors, including the US Capitol Building. Designed by Jacob Mould and built in the 1860s, Bethesda Arcade is the … Read More

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  • Central Park Bow Bridge New York City Postcard

    Central Park Bow Bridge New York City Postcard

    Reflected in the waters of New York City’s beautiful Central Park Lake, the Bow Bridge is crafted of cast iron and designed with Classical Greek refinement. The bridge spans 60 feet with a walkway constructed of ipe, a South American … Read More

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  • Central Park Mall in Snow New York City Postcard

    Central Park Mall in Snow New York City Postcard

    Running through the middle of Central Park in New York City, the snow covered Mall once accommodated horse-drawn carriages passing through the park. Today, the Mall is a popular gathering place and shaded by two avenues of American Elms—one of … Read More

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  • Central Park Mall New York City Postcard

    Central Park Mall New York City Postcard

    Running through the middle of Central Park in New York City, the Mall once accommodated horse-drawn carriages passing through the park. Today, the Mall is a popular gathering place and shaded by two avenues of American Elms—one of the largest … Read More

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  • Downtown Manhattan New York City Postcard

    Downtown Manhattan New York City Postcard

    Considered the best panoramic views of New York City, the observation deck atop 30 Rockefeller Plaza—dubbed “Top of the Rock”—provides sweeping and unobstructed views of midtown Manhattan. The centerpiece of Rockefeller Center, the Art Deco skyscraper is most famous for … Read More

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  • Empire State Building Morning Haze New York City Postcard

    Empire State Building Morning Haze New York City Postcard

    The Empire State Building rises 102-stories above the busy streets of New York City below. Located in the cultural, financial, media, and entertainment capital of the world, the building is the 5th-tallest skyscraper in the United States and is featured … Read More

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  • Empire State Building Sunset New York City Postcard

    Empire State Building Sunset New York City Postcard

    Completed in 1931, the 102-story Art Deco skyscraper in New York City stood as the world’s tallest building for nearly 40 years and is 5th-tallest skyscraper in the United States. An American cultural icon, the building has been featured in … Read More

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  • Manhattan Sunrise New York City Postcard

    Manhattan Sunrise New York City Postcard

    One World Trade Center rises prominently above the city’s iconic skyline. Considered the cultural, financial, media, and entertainment capital of the world, downtown Manhattan is one of the most densely populated areas in the world with real estate among the … Read More

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  • New York City Charles Street Subway Station Postcard

    New York City Charles Street Subway Station Postcard

    Opened in 1904, the New York City Subway is the largest rapid transit system in the world by number of stations, and third oldest in the United States. Connecting the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx through 472 … Read More

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  • New York City Dog Walking Postcard

    New York City Dog Walking Postcard

    Many dog owners in New York City don’t have backyards for their dog to run about and rely on dog-walking services to walk their dog during the day while the owner is at work. Today, the dog-walking business is worth … Read More

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  • New York City Elevated Subway Stairs Postcard

    New York City Elevated Subway Stairs Postcard

    Opened in 1904, the New York City Subway is the largest rapid transit system in the world by number of stations, and third oldest in the United States. Connecting the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx through 472 … Read More

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  • New York City Skyline from Jersey City Postcard

    New York City Skyline from Jersey City Postcard

    The sun rises above the outlines of New York City’s magnificent skyline as seen from the peaceful J. Owen Grundy Park along the New Jersey shoreline. This area west of downtown Manhattan and across the Hudson River is sometimes referred … Read More

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  • New York Stock Exchange Trading Floor Postcard

    New York Stock Exchange Trading Floor Postcard

    Home to the world’s largest stock exchange by market capitalization, the NYSE trading floor at 11 Wall Street in Lower Manhattan has helped New York City become the most economically powerful city and leading financial center of the world. Size: … Read More

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  • New York Yankees Jacket Postcard

    New York Yankees Jacket Postcard

    One of the most successful sports clubs in the world, the New York Yankees have won 18 division titles, 40 pennants, and 27 World Series championships. Based in the Bronx of New York City, many Yankees players have been inducted … Read More

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  • Rose Reading Room New York City Library Postcard

    Rose Reading Room New York City Library Postcard

    The majestic Rose Main Reading Room at the New York Public Library features a 52-foot-tall ceiling displaying murals of vibrant skies and billowing clouds. The private, non-governmental, independently managed library is the second largest public library in the United States, … Read More

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  • Statue of Liberty Close-up New York City Postcard

    Statue of Liberty Close-up New York City Postcard

    A gift to the people of the United States from the people of France, the Statue of Liberty is an icon of freedom and of the United States, welcoming visitors entering New York Harbor since 1886. Designed by French sculptor … Read More

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  • Statue of Liberty in Clouds New York City Postcard

    Statue of Liberty in Clouds New York City Postcard

    A gift to the people of the United States from the people of France, the Statue of Liberty is an icon of freedom and of the United States, welcoming visitors entering New York Harbor since 1886. Designed by French sculptor … Read More

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  • Tribute in Light New York City Postcard

    Tribute in Light New York City Postcard

    In remembrance of the September 11 terrorist attacks on New York City, eighty-eight 7,000-watt xenon light bulbs create two vertical columns of light representing the Twin Towers. Repeated every September 11th since the attacks, the art installation has become an … Read More

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  • Atlas the Titan Rockefeller Center New York City Postcard

    Atlas the Titan Rockefeller Center New York City Postcard

    Commissioned by the Rockefeller family, the Rockefeller Center is a large complex consisting of 19 commercial buildings covering 22 acres in Midtown Manhattan in New York City. The Atlas statue in the International Building’s courtyard shows Atlas the Titan, with … Read More

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  • Central Park Bethesda Fountain New York City Postcard

    Central Park Bethesda Fountain New York City Postcard

    Located in New York City’s beautiful Central Park, the Bethesda Fountain features an eight-foot bronze angel who stands above four small cherubim representing health, purity, temperance, and peace. The fountain sculpture was unveiled in 1873 and design by Emma Stebbins, … Read More

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  • Central Park Lake Rowboats New York City Postcard

    Central Park Lake Rowboats New York City Postcard

    Located in New York City’s beautiful Central Park, the 18-acre lake was once a large, untamed swamp. After being excavated in the 1850s, the lake opened for ice-skating in the winter and boating in the summer. Today the lake is … Read More

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  • Central Park Sailboats New York City Postcard

    Central Park Sailboats New York City Postcard

    For over 140 years, model sailboats have been plying the waters on New York City’s beautiful Central Park’s Conservatory Water. During the summer months, children and boat enthusiasts come to navigate remote controlled wind-powered sailboats across the shimmering waters. Size: … Read More

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  • Lincoln Center New York City Postcard

    Lincoln Center New York City Postcard

    The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is a 16-acre complex of buildings in New York City and includes 30 indoor and outdoor performance facilities. The Center serves as home for eleven resident arts organizations, including the New York Philharmonic, … Read More

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  • Macy's New York City Postcard

    Macy’s New York City Postcard

    An American department store chain with over 650 locations in the United States, with the Herald Square flagship store located in New York City. Covering almost an entire city block, the store serves as the endpoint for Macy’s annual Thanksgiving … Read More

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  • Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City Postcard

    Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City Postcard

    Simply called “The Met”, it is the largest art museum in the United States with a permanent collection containing over two million works. Opened in 1872 on the eastern edge of Central Park, the permanent collection features works from classical … Read More

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  • New York City Oculus Postcard

    New York City Oculus Postcard

    The World Trade Center Transportation Hub replaces the train station that once stood at this location before being destroyed during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The centerpiece of the new station is the Oculus, a glass-and-steel structure designed by Spanish architect … Read More

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  • New York City Public Library Postcard

    New York City Public Library Postcard

    The New York Public Library system is the second largest public library in the United States, with over 50 million items in their collections spread across more than 200 library branch locations. Opened in 1911, the Main Branch flagship building … Read More

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  • New York City Trinity Church Postcard

    New York City Trinity Church Postcard

    For over 300 years, Trinity Church has been a significant part of New York City’s rich history. An active Episcopal Parish, the first building was erected at the head of Wall Street in 1697. Destroyed by fire during the Revolutionary … Read More

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  • St Patrick's Cathedral Interior New York City Postcard

    St Patrick’s Cathedral Interior New York City Postcard

    The seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, the Gothic-style cathedral is a prominent landmark in Midtown Manhattan. Work began in 1858 but was halted during the Civil War and resumed in 1865. When the … Read More

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  • St Patrick's Cathedral Organ New York City Postcard

    St Patrick’s Cathedral Organ New York City Postcard

    The seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, the Gothic-style cathedral is a prominent landmark in Midtown Manhattan. Work began in 1858 but was halted during the Civil War and resumed in 1865. When the … Read More

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  • Staten Island Ferry New York City Postcard

    Staten Island Ferry New York City Postcard

    The iconic orange Staten Island Ferry provides free transportation between New York City boroughs of Manhattan and Staten Island. Running over 5 miles in New York Harbor, the ferry operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is … Read More

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  • Subway Station New York City Postcard

    Subway Station New York City Postcard

    Opened in 1904, the New York City Subway is the largest rapid transit system in the world by number of stations, and third oldest in the United States. Connecting the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx through 472 … Read More

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  • Times Square McDonald's New York City Postcard

    Times Square McDonald’s New York City Postcard

    The largest metropolitan McDonald’s in the United States, the 17,500-square-foot restaurant located in the theater district of Times Square features a full-length theatre marquee with 7,500 light bulbs, over 200 seats, a Statue of Liberty replica, and diorama of New … Read More

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  • Washington Park Piano Player New York City Postcard

    Washington Park Piano Player New York City Postcard

    New York City street performers are a defining characteristic of Washington Square Park located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan. One of New York City’s best known public parks, the open space park has a tradition of celebrating … Read More

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  • Central Park Belvedere Castle New York City Postcard

    Central Park Belvedere Castle New York City Postcard

    Created to serve as a “Victorian Folly”—a fantasy structure that provides a great backdrop and views—the castle is a stunning attraction in New York City’s Central Park. The Castle includes a visitor center, gift shop, and the Henry Luce Nature … Read More

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  • Chinatown New York City Postcard

    Chinatown New York City Postcard

    New York City has nine Chinatown neighborhoods, with Manhattan’s Chinatown being home to the oldest and highest concentration of Chinese population outside of Asia with an estimated population of over 90,000 people. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Heavy-weight cardstock Finish: Matte finish for a … Read More

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  • New York City Baseball Hats Postcard

    New York City Baseball Hats Postcard

    The most densely populated city in the United States, New York City has been described as the cultural, financial, and media capital of the world—exerting a significant impact upon commerce, entertainment, research, technology, education, politics, and sports around the world. … Read More

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  • New York City Federal Hall Postcard

    New York City Federal Hall Postcard

    One of the most important sites in the foundation of the United States government, it was here that the first capitol building of the United States once stood, George Washington was inaugurated as the first President of the United States, … Read More

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  • New York Mets Stadium Postcard

    New York Mets Stadium Postcard

    Founded in 1962 to replace New York City’s departed National League professional baseball teams—the Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Giants—the New York Mets are based in the borough of Queens and are winners of two World Series championships. Size: … Read More

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  • New York Times Building Postcard

    New York Times Building Postcard

    Founded in 1851, the newspaper based in New York City has worldwide influence and readership. Winning over 120 Pulitzer Prizes—more than any other newspaper in the world—it has the largest combined print-and-digital circulation of any daily newspaper in the United … Read More

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  • Streets of New York City Postcard

    Streets of New York City Postcard

    Streets are the lifeblood of any city, and in 1811 a plan was put in place to prepare Manhattan for its unimaginable growth. Known today as the grid street system, it took about 60 years for the grid to be … Read More

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  • United Nations General Assembly New York City Postcard

    United Nations General Assembly New York City Postcard

    All 193 member states of the United Nations are members of the General Assembly and meet in the 1,800-seat General Assembly Hall at the UN Headquarters in New York City to discuss and vote on resolutions. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Heavy-weight cardstock … Read More

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  • United Nations Headquarters New York City Postcard

    United Nations Headquarters New York City Postcard

    The United Nations is headquartered in New York City, yet the land where the buildings stand are considered United Nations territory. The 39-story Secretariat Building was completed in 1952 and houses the administrative functions of the UN. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Heavy-weight … Read More

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  • Woolworth Building New York City Postcard

    Woolworth Building New York City Postcard

    A National Historic Landmark in Manhattan, New York City, the neo-Gothic style Woolworth Building was built for F. W. Woolworth Company’s new corporate headquarters. On completion in 1912, it remained the tallest building in the world until the construction of … Read More

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  • World Trade Center Transportation Hub New York City Postcard

    World Trade Center Transportation Hub New York City Postcard

    The World Trade Center Transportation Hub replaces the train station that once stood at this location before being destroyed during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The centerpiece of the new station is the Oculus, a glass-and-steel structure designed by Spanish architect … Read More

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  • New York Mets Citi Field Ballpark Postcard

    New York Mets Citi Field Ballpark Postcard

    Located in the New York City borough of Queens, the stadium is home to the New York Mets Major League Baseball team and can seat over 41,500 fans. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Cardstock — 21-105 | © Christopher Arndt Images. Artwork used … Read More

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