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English: Russian Empire postman. The text on the postcard says: "Greetings from Kharkov!" ("Privet iz Kharkova!"). Russian Empire postcard, Kharkov.
Русский: Открытое письмо. Почтальон (сумка спереди; на фуражке значится № 60). Надпись на открытке: "Привет из Харькова".
Date 1900s
date QS:P,+1900-00-00T00:00:00Z/8
(early 20th century)
Source A reproduction of the postcard dated early 20th century, own scan of the original postcard / Репродукция почтовой карточки начала XX века, свой скан бумажной открытки
Author unknown and is not indicated on the postcard / на открытке не указан
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