1907 Rotograph Fan / Pennant Postcards Set and Checklist
‘It’s In The Details’
|Title||Rotograph Fan / Pennant Postcards
|Size||3 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
|Number in Set
1907 Rotograph Fan / Pennant Postcards Overview
These unique postcards were similar to other issues, such as the R. Hill ‘Rah Rah’ postcards produced around the same time period. in fact, they are practically the same design and utilized the same layout.
Each postcard includes a female fan with a pennant, cheering on her team. The bottoms have a cheer printed in addition to the name of the school. They are copyrighted by The Rotograph Company of New York. A card number beginning with the prefix F.L. is also printed on the front.
Pre-war baseball fans might recognize the Rotograph name from the PC782 Postcards set.
Backs include a simple, traditional postcard layout with a divider line to separate the message from the recipient’s address.
1907 Rotograph Fan / Pennant Postcards Checklist
A complete checklist for this issue is not currently known. However, below are the issues I have seen. Because cards were printed in the 190s and then in the 460s, these could have been issued in multiple series.