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Kloster Ruine Limberg bei BAD DÜRKHEIM GERMANY Real Photo Postcard

Kloster Ruine Limberg bei BAD DÜRKHEIM GERMANY Real Photo Postcard

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Real photo postcard, "Kloster Ruine Limberg bei Bad Dürkheim" depicting Limburg Abbey, a ruined abbey near Bad Dürkheim at the edge of the Palatinate Forest in Germany. Built as a fortress in the 9th century and converted in the 11th century to a monastery with basilica, it existed until the mid 16th century.

The initials E.H.M are printed in the divided back line so the postcard may have been published by Emil Hartmann of Mannheim. The postage box imprinted with 4 123085 M/1320.

Black and white photograph with handwritten white ink caption.

  • Era: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC)
  • Location: Bad Dürkheim, Germany, 1935 - 1945
  • Publisher: E.H.M.
  • Subject: Castle, abbey ruins
  • Condition: Very good other than small chip in top border (see magnified photo)
  • Postmark: Unposted
  • Size: 5 ½” x 3 ½”

Packaged in protective postcard sleeve.

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