Real photo postcards are actual photographs printed on postcard paper. There may be some indication on the back of the card about the type of photo paper used - this is often indicated by the stamp box, which will be visible if your postcard is unused. The postage stamp can help you figure out an approximate age of your postcard.
There may be an exact amount of how much postage required to mail the postcard printed on the back of the postcard in the stamp box.
In the Purell-on-every-street corner twenty-first century it can become easy to forget that the world was not always as clean and highly sanitized as it often is today.
I'd love some tips on how to wear them casually also.
And, you know, I think that humanity loses something on the personal fashion front because of that.
Historically, gloves served both a practical and visually appealing purpose alike.
Though cleanliness and warmth became less of a reason to sport gloves as the Edwardian era gave way to the 1920s and beyond, the latter point still rung true and most ladies did not consider their ensembles - baring those for very casual, beach or sporty settings - complete without a pair of gloves all year.
This mindset remained in place until the early 1960s, at which point in fashion history where gloves began to be seen less and less frequently (much like ladies hats).