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The next card series began with either "A" or "R"* and were numbered from 1—124180.

From 1908 until 1913 production dates are not clear and were determined by copyright dates found on a few of the cards. After 1913, dates began to appear occasionally in the order books kept by the company and from 1922 on, production dates were well documented.

Postcard producers printed cards that followed the current trends of postcards.(This is mainly found with the very early Teich postcards and with V.0.Hammon postcards.) *There are a few hundred cards ordered by the Woolworth company that begin with a "W" instead of the more typical "A" or "R".The rate of postage for postcards has changed throughout time and can be used to find an approximate date for postcards.Not all postcards have the required postage amount printed on them, so this method can only be used in instances when the postage is known.

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